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Texas Urged to Crack Down on Employers That Misclassify Workers

Workers’ rights groups in Texas are revamping their efforts to increase protections for low-income laborers by urging lawmakers to crack down on employers that intentionally misclassify their employees.

Health Check March 16th

Are you noticing you're paying more at the pharmacy? Analysts say it may be just the beginning, especially for specialty medications.

Dairy Queen is giving away ice cream

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Here's a tasty way to start your week. Dairy Queen is offering free cones of vanilla soft-serve ice cream Monday in honor of its 75th anniversary.

NMSU to face Kansas in the NCAA Tournament

The New Mexico State University men’s basketball team now knows what team they are facing in the NCAA Tournament. The Aggies caught a No. 15 see and are going up against No. 2 seed Kansas.

UTEP men headed to NIT Tournament

In what felt like the eleventh hour for Miner fans, UTEP had their season extended after being selected into the field of 32 for the National Invitational Tournament.

NMSU given 15-seed, to face 2-seed Kansas in NCAA Tournament

For the fourth straight season New Mexico State was fitted with their dancing shoes as the WAC regular season and tournament champs drew at 15-seed in the Midwest bracket for the 2015 NCAA Tournament.

With a little luck of the Irish, we will see some Irish rain late St. Patrick’s Day and beyond!

Most of us know that Ireland is called the “Emerald Isle” because the grass and vegetation there are always a beautiful shade of emerald green because it rains all the time.

NMSU to hold NCAA Tournament selection show parties

Fans of New Mexico State basketball can welcome home the 2015 WAC Champion men and women on Sunday.

Aggies win WAC tourney, head to NCAA's

The New Mexico State Aggies made a statement Saturday night. The Aggies never trailed in beating Seattle University 80-61 and winning their fourth consecutive Western Athletic Conference Tournament.

Rhinos sweep Snipers on Teddy Bear Toss Night

The Dallas Snipers went toe-to-toe with the defending WSHL champion El Paso Rhinos for 40 minutes, but a disastrous start to the third period doomed the visitors' chances to extend their season.

Centennial, Mesilla Valley Christian crowned State Champs

Below is the complete results for Southern New Mexico: Boys 5A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP Saturday, March 14 #1 Centennial def. #2 Gallup, 52-38 at Wise Pise Arena, Albuquerque, NM

Rotich Finishes Third in the Indoor Mile at NCAA Championships

Anthony Rotich ran to a third-place finish (4:01.78) in the indoor mile at the NCAA Championships to earn All-America accolades for the ninth time in his career (three indoor, three outdoor and three cross country).

Boxing museum opens in West El Paso

There were no fights under the lights at the grand opening of a borderland boxing museum today.

NMSU women win WAC Title, 1st NCAA bid since '88

The top-seeded New Mexico State women’s basketball team rolled over third-seeded Texas-Pan American, 70-52, on Saturday afternoon inside the Orleans Arena to win the 2015 Western Athletic Conference Tournament, its first-ever conference t

No. 25 UAB Wins Two over UTEP

The UTEP softball team fell to No. 25 UAB in a pair of games, 7-2 and 3-2, on Saturday afternoon at UAB Softball Field.