Local News + Statewide News

Could work-study jobs, Section 8 Housing help Students?

Longtime University of Texas at Brownsville President Juliet García — currently focused on creating a new academic institute in South Texas — is proposing two innovative ways to increase retention and completion among at-risk

Report: Abortion restrictions tied to poor health

States that put tight restrictions on abortion generally perform worse on women’s and children’s health outcomes, according to a new report released by the Center for Reproductive Rights and Ibis Reproductive Health, both groups tha

Honoring one of our nation's heroes

Wednesday's Service Salute was sent in by Robert Guile. He wanted to honor his son, AO2 Ryan L. Guile.

Tourist center begins shuttle service and guided trips to Juarez

If you've wanted to visit Juarez but want to travel there with a group, you're in luck. The official Juarez Tourist Information Center in El Paso is starting shuttle service to the city and is even offering guided tours.

Hospital worker at center of TB scare tested positive 10 years ago

An El Paso hospital worker with tuberculosis tested positive for latent TB more than 10 years ago, and was allowed to keep on working this July, even after coughing up blood during a routine screening.

NMSU tennis player falls in All-American Championships

Ashvarya Shrivastava of the New Mexico State women’s tennis team concluded play at the 2014 Riviera/ITA All-American Championships after losing a thrilling three-set match to the No.

EPWU to pay to remove vehicles from East El Paso reservoir

Looks like the drivers who got their vehicles stuck in an East El Paso reservoir won't have to pay to get them out. El Paso Water Utilities said Tuesday it will foot the bill to remove the truck and pair of SUVs.

Football players hit the dance floor, improve footwork

Rita Triana was drawn to spanish dance as a little girl. Flamenco comes from southern Spain, and has found a home in the borderland, even at UTEP.

Two UTEP runners named C-USA Athletes of the Week

For the second week in a row, the UTEP cross country team had two athletes selected as the Conference USA Athlete of the Week.

Blazers QB named Academy Sports Right Stuff Player to Watch in Week 5

Q Drennan, Americas senior Quarterback, has been named this week's Academy Sports Right Stuff Player to Watch for week 5.  In 2014, Drennan has 829 yards passing with six touchdowns, while rushing for 493 yards and six scores.

Bulldawg athlete wins Right Stuff Player to Watch for Week 4

Isaiah McIntyre, a senior receiver and defensive back at Las Cruces High School, was named Academy Sports Right Stuff Player to Watch for Week 4 of the high school football season.  In 2014, McIntyre has six carries for 64 yards for the 3-

CDC confirms first Ebola case diagnosed in U.S.

A patient being treated at a Dallas hospital is the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday.

School zone enforcement leads to more than 100 citations

The El Paso County Sheriff's Office “Back-to-School Blitz” netted more than100 child safety seat citations.

NMSU set to host Georgia Southern Saturday

The New Mexico State Aggies take on Georgia Southern Saturday, Oct. 4 at Aggie Memorial Stadium for the “Tough Enough to Wear Pink” game in the second game of the Sun Belt Conference season.

2014 Hyundai Sun Bowl tickets now on sale

Tickets for the 81st edition of the Hyundai Sun Bowl are now available for purchase.