UTEP Volleyball Ready For Last Tournament and C-USA Opener

After a highly-competitive weekend against No. 12 BYU and No. 8 Colorado State, the UTEP Miners will head back on the road as they round out non-conference play with the University of Denver Invitational.

Aggie Pep Rally

The New Mexico State athletic department will be hosting a special “Beat UNM Luncheon” on Friday at Noon.

UTEP Cross Country to Run in Las Cruces

The UTEP men’s and women’s cross-country team will make the short trip up Interstate 10 to compete in the Kachina Classic held in Las Cruces, N.M., Saturday morning.

One Direction fans invade El Paso hotel hoping for sighting

The rain was not about to get in the way of One Direction fans Thursday night.

Matthew McConaughey out of 'Magic Mike' sequel

Channing Tatum's "Magic Mike" sequel has lost one of its star players.

Flu vaccine manufacturing plant will open in Texas

Texas Governor Rick Perry helped dedicate a national pandemic influenza vaccine manufacturing facility Thursday.

Warning about roofing scams on heels of storm

El Paso's County Attorney is issuing a warning to El Paso residents about possible roofing contractor scams.

Search in progress for Texas deputy swept away by flooding

Rescue teams in Austin are searching for a Travis County Sheriff's deputy who was swept away during a flash flood early Thursday morning.

Man charged in connection with Burges HS area park indecent exposure incident

El Paso Police have arrested and charged 23-year-old Paul Hubbard with indecent exposure in connection with a case that happened at a Burges area park late last month.

Three charged with forgery, abuse of corpse

Three El Paso area funeral home employees have been arrested and charged with multiple counts of abuse of a corpse, forgery, tampering with government records after a the El Paso County Clerk's department received a government document cont

Abbott, Davis to meet for high-stakes debate

They’ve sniped at each other from afar, blasted the airwaves with TV ads, held rallies, made phone calls and raised money.

Texas Supreme Court weighs oilfield fraud case

Texas’ drilling bonanza can mean long-lasting windfalls for mineral owners in the state’s hottest shale plays – if those lessors make sure oil and gas operators pay what they promise.

Staples to head Oil and Gas Association

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Video captures school bus crash into home

Newly released video shows a school bus as it was hit and sent careening into a home. Only the bus driver was onboard and no one was injured, Erin Coleman has the footage out of Clayton County, Georgia.

Several El Paso area schools sustain flood damage

Several El Paso area schools sustained flood damage overnight, especially in the Eastwood area in El Paso's east side.