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Saturday, January 24, 2015 - 3:15pm

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Aggies track & field heads to Albuquerque

The New Mexico State track and field team heads to Albuquerque, N.M. to compete in the indoor Lobo Collegiate Invitational on Saturday.

NMSU tennis to start spring at Arizona

The New Mexico State women’s tennis team is set to start their spring season Saturday on the road against No. 34 Arizona. NM State is looking to win its opening spring dual-match for the first time since 2008.

Predator drone crashes at Holloman

Officials at Holloman Air Force Base, just outside of Alamogordo (NM) say an unmanned Predator drone crashed early Friday morning.

9 Online- TLC's final album

It is still feeling like winter out there and yesterday's snow storm was definitely trending on social media sites, which means I want to keep sharing The Borderlands winter wonderland fun.

Out of Office, but Not Finished With Politics

Susan Combs, the state's comptroller of public accounts for eight years, left that post this month as quietly as you can leave statewide office.

Friday's Morning's Movie Review

     For an actor with leading man good looks, Johnny Depp plays a lot of "character" roles. He's famous for playing "Captain Jack Sparrow" and "Willy Wonka."

Free Help Signing up for Affordable Care

     If you're looking to sign up in the affordable care act, you better act fast. The deadline to sign up is February 15th.

TX-DoT crews will work through the night sanding icy roads

Texas Department of Transportation crews will work through Thursday night into Friday morning clearing icy roads. 

#24 Western Kentucky holds off UTEP women

Cameasha Turner (18 points), Lulu McKinney (career-high 16 points) and Anete Kirsteine (career-high tying 15 points) enjoyed big scoring nights but #24 Western Kentucky had just enough in its tanks to hold off UTEP, 80-74, at the Don Haskins Ce

Parade Saturday to honor Canutillo Eagles football team

A parade will be held this Saturday to celebrate the Canutillo Eagles historic football season. The Eagles made it all the way to the state semifinals, something no other team here has done before.

Aggies roll in Mullings return

New Mexico State used a fast start on offense and stifling defense to bounce Grand Canyon 85-63 Thursday evening in Western Athletic Conference action at a raucous Pan American Center.

Seven Straight for NM State Women

The New Mexico State women’s basketball team defeated the Grand Canyon Antelopes, 74-62, on Thursday night inside the GCU Arena.

People take advantage of the snow day in Las Cruces

 We don't get snow often in the Borderland, but when we do, people sure do take advantage of it

Parents react to schools districts' early release

Students across the Borderland braved the snow and went to school, only to leave early.  "We should be out of school. This is not safe, not safe driving conditions," said one EPISD student. 

UPDATE 3:38p - Transmountain Road now open

TxDoT: Loop 375 TransMountain Road now open. CLOSURES OR DELAYS (For FRIDAY AM) EL PASO UTEP - Delayed start Friday until 10 a.m. EPCC- Delayed start Friday until 10 a.