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WBB: UTSA Edges UTEP, 55-53

In a back-and-forth game that featured nine ties and 19 lead changes, visiting UTSA made just enough plays down the stretch to hand UTEP a 55-53 defeat at the Don Haskins Center. Saturday afternoon.

NM State continues road swing at Seattle U

The New Mexico State Aggies (10-9, 2-0) continue their Western Athletic Conference road swing Saturday night at Seattle U. with an 8:30 p.m. (MST) contest.

Morris, Lang lead UTEP to win at UTSA

Earvin Morris scored a career-high 23 points as UTEP won for the 12th time in its last 13 C-USA road games, 73-55 at UTSA on Saturday afternoon.

How will Supreme Court decision impact Texas' own legal fight over same-sex unions?

The U.S. Supreme court decided Friday it agreed to take on, and likely decide, the issue of same-sex marriage in the U.S., once and for all. The court agreed to answer two questions:

Tony Harper gets career win 950!

The winningest active high school boys basketball coach in Texas just hit another milestone! Cathedral's Tony Harper notched career win number 950 Friday night in a 39-36 win over Mountain View.

Former UTEP long snapper headed to the Pro Bowl

Pro Bowl coach, and the leader of the Dallas Cowboys, handpicked Philadelphia Eagles long snapper Jon Dorenbos for the Pro Bowl.  Dorenbos will be making his second Pro Bowl appearance, his first came back in 2010.

Las Cruces police looking for 17-year-old accused of shooting neighbor with shotgun

We are learning new details about what may have caused the fight in Las Cruces that has one man fighting for his life and a 17-year-old on

Local 18-year old boxer has shot at Pan Am Games

Abel Mendoza loves boxing.  Now he could get a shot to box on the world stage.  Mendoza, an 18-year old senior at Jefferson High School, will travel this weekend to Spokane and the U.S.

Group of veterans hope to restore Shadow Mountain Lake

In its glory days, Shadow Mountain Lake was full of life. It closed after a change in ownership, over 25 years ago. It's located North of Horizon City. 

El Dorado grad MJ McFarland to transfer to UTEP

M.J. McFarland, one of the top high school football players to ever come out of El Paso, is returning home. McFarland confirmed with NewsChannel 9 Friday that he will transfer from Texas to play his final season of eligibility at UTEP.

Golden Gloves boxing returns to Coliseum

The 73rd annual regional El Paso Golden Gloves tournament is scheduled for January 16, at 7:00 p.m. and January 17 & 18 at 3:00 p.m. at the County Coliseum, 4100 E. Paisano Dr.

Miners to host UT San Antonio in coaches' return

UTEP (8-5, 3-1 C-USA) will open up its longest homestand in Conference USA action when it plays host to in-state rival UTSA (6-10, 1-3 C-USA) at 2 p.m. MST Saturday.

Canutillo to hold parade for Eagles football team

The Canutillo community will celebrate the history making CHS Football Team with a parade at 10 a.m., Saturday January 24.

Texas cold case cracked

Thirty years of police work went into a judge calling the name of Edmond Beauregard Degan, 57, in a downtown Houston, Texas courtroom Thursday. Degan is charged with the capital murder of Yleen Kennedy.