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Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 1:34pm

Local News + Statewide News

Chihuahuas groundskeeper has front row seat to World Series

It was a night baseball fans dream of. Game seven of the World Series. And the head groundskeeper for the El paso chihuahuas had a front row seat to all the action.

Oil and gas revenue could fund state transportation projects

Almost $2 billion dollars in oil and gas revenue may soon be used to fund transportation projects across the state, but that's only if the idea is supported by voters.

Santa Fe County Deputy charged with murder makes first court appearance

Tai Chan, a Santa Fe County Sheriff's Deputy, and his lawyer John Day made their first appearance in front a judge at the Dona Ana Magistrate Court Wednesday afternoon.

Aggies Close Out Home Schedule with Greek Night and Senior Day

The New Mexico State volleyball team (12-9, 6-3 WAC) concludes this season’s home schedule with two critical Western Athletic Conference matches, versus Seattle U and Utah Valley.

EPCC Women Win Regional Title

The El Paso Community College (EPCC) Cross Country team traveled to Hobbs, New Mexico on October 25th for the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region V & Western Junior College Athletic Conference (WJCAC) cross country m

UTEP To Wrap Up Regular Season At Old Dominion Thursday

The UTEP soccer team will play its regular-season finale at Old Dominion at 5 p.m. MT Thursday.

El Paso's first H&M opens today; line already formed

El Paso's first H&M store opens Thursday at noon at The Outlet Shoppes at El Paso, and customers are already lined up, ready to shop.

HS Volleyball Playoff Schedule

Below is the playoff schedule for high school volleyball: 6A BI-DISTRICT

UT/TT Poll: Conditional support for same-sex unions

 

Creepy cop busted

Texas authorities are looking for other potential victims after a Houston area school district police officer was accused of asking a woman for sexual favors in exchange for not taking her to jail.

Mother Nature's Trick or Treat

Halloween is the next big holiday coming up, if you consider Halloween a holiday. It's always a bonus when Mother Nature cooperates with us on the holidays, but this time it looks like that won't be the case.

New Mexico Senator to star in Discovery Channel reality show

They often spar on the floor of the U.S. Senate, but now two Southwest senators are taking their differences to the tropics.

Contract awarded for new crisis triage center

A new crisis triage center is one big step closer to opening in Las Cruces. Dona Ana County Commissioners Tuesday voted unanimously to award a contract to La Frantera to run the facility.

Crimson tops White in NMSU scrimmage

If the annual Crimson and White Scrimmage is any indication of the type of basketball that's going to be played by the Aggies this season, it’s going to be high energy, and extremely fun to watch.

Irvin-Andress consolidation one of many 'options' for EPISD

Some options are taking shape for El Paso's biggest and oldest school district, currently faced with aging campuses and declining enrollment.