The New Mexico State softball team fell 5-1 to I-10 rival UTEP (7-14) on Tuesday, March 4, snapping the Miners seven game losing streak to NMSU. The Aggies gathered six hits on the game, but drop the first game to the Miners since 2010.
Homeowners and ratepayers won't have to worry about seeing a hike in impact fees just yet.
El Paso City Council voted 7-0 on Tuesday to postpone raising impact fees on new developments for another year.
The New Mexico State softball team heads into the week with a single game versus I-10 rival UTEP at 6 p.m. on Tuesday in El Paso, Texas. The team then travels to Lubbock, Texas for the Jeannine McHaney Memorial Classic, March 7-9.