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Aggies fall to Wildcats in Tucson

The New Mexico State baseball team fought for nine innings but fell 6-2 to Arizona at Hi Corbett Field in Tucson, Ariz., Tuesday, March 3. The Aggies fall to 1-11 after the loss and U of A moves to 11-4 this season.

Montwood HS names baseball field

It was a surprise celebration at Montwood High School today as the baseball field was officially named in honor of the school's longtime coach.

Why Do I Stop Sneezing When It Rains?

Lots of people LOVE rainy weather. A good rain shower makes everything so fresh and makes the plants come alive with color. If you suffer from allergies, it's possible you love the rain even more!

DHS fight hits home in Texas border town

For residents of this town just across the bridge from Mexico, it's hard to understand how a Washington political fight could end up threatening the livelihood of people charged with securing the border.

NMSU tennis player named WAC Player of the Week

New Mexico State women’s tennis player Susana Alcaraz was named Western Athletic Conference women’s tennis Athlete of the Week for the second time this season, the conference announced on Tuesday.

Aggies to meet UTPA on Wednesday in delayed game

The New Mexico State Aggies (19-10, 11-1) have had to wait a few extra days, but will go for a 20-win season in the final regular season road contest at Texas-Pan American on Wednesday at 6 p.m. (MST).

NMSU baseball with five games in five days

The New Mexico State baseball team has five games in five days with two on the road and three at Presley Askew Field. The Aggies take on the University of Arizona in Tucson, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 3-4 with game time set for 6 p.m.

UTEP notes: Miners to host North Texas Thursday

UTEP (19-9, 11-5 C-USA) wraps up the home portion of its 2014-15 schedule by taking on North Texas Thursday (7 p.m.) and Rice Saturday (2 p.m.).

Adams named WAC Softball Player of the Week

New Mexico State softball third baseman Emma Adams has been named the Western Athletic Conference Player of the Week by College Sports Madness, the entity announced Tuesday.

Anonymous Texas priest offers snapchat confessions

Instead of turning to church to confess your sins, could you instead turn to your phone?

Central El Paso Traffic Alert

Road work is temporarily closing a central El Paso roadway. The intersection of Monroe Avenue and Cranfill Street will be closed to traffic starting Monday until Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

Health Check March 3rd

In Tuesday’s “Health Check,” we look at rheumatoid arthritis. More than a million Americans are affected by it and people with relatives who have RA have a higher likelihood of getting it than those who don't.

State waits for directions to declassify Colonias

 

Conservatives Join Push to Pay Care Workers More

Nearly every day for the past seven years, after dropping her daughter off at school, Maria Medina has driven to the home of Renee Lopez, a woman to whom she bears no relation but has come to know almost as well as family.

UTEP Begins Spring Drills

Spring Football is off to a soggy stat. At 8:15 Monday morning, Coach Sean Kugler blew his whistle and the first of 15 spring drills began despite a steady drizzle.