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Toys for Tots battling major toy shortage

Christmas came early to students at Fabens Elementary School today. Toys for Tots today began delivering the thousands of toys its collected to kids in the Borderland.

Aggies Face ENMU Thursday, Rival UNM Sunday

The New Mexico State women’s basketball team (0-5) continues its six-game homestand by welcoming Eastern New Mexico and New Mexico to Las Cruces this week.

Mayors Make Friendly Wager on State H.S. Football Championship Game

Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima and Rio Rancho Mayor Gregg Hull have agreed to a friendly wager regarding the upcoming New Mexico High School 6A Football Championship Game between the Mayfield Trojans and the Rio Rancho Rams.

UTEP Soccer Places Two On All-Region Team

UTEP soccer senior Hannah Asuchak (second team) and sophomore Aleah Davis (third team) have been voted to the 2014 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division I Women’s All-Central Region Team, the organization revealed Wednesday.

Tickets Going Fast for UTEP-Arizona Basketball Game

Tickets are still available for the UTEP basketball team’s matchup with Arizona on Friday, Dec. 19 at the Haskins Center, but the game is expected to sell out and fans are encouraged to lock in their seats now.

Faces' keyboardist Ian McLagan dead at 69

Ian McLagan, a fun-loving keyboardist who played on records by such artists as the Rolling Stones, Lucinda Williams, Bruce Springsteen and his own bands -- the Small Faces and its successor, the Faces -- died Wednesday, according to a statement

Perry Stepping Up His Presidential Game

If he opts to run for president again, Gov. Rick Perry wants to ensure that his entry into the field bears little resemblance to 2011, when he jumped into the Republican presidential primaries with little preparation or forethought.

Perry Stepping Up His Presidential Game

If he opts to run for president again, Gov. Rick Perry wants to ensure that his entry into the field bears little resemblance to 2011, when he jumped into the Republican presidential primaries with little preparation or forethought.

El Pasoans react to Gov. Rick Perry's executive order

Governor Rick Perry's executive order now requires all state agencies to use E-Verify, a federal electronic employee verification system.

Perry to require state agencies to use E-Verify

Nearly two weeks after President Obama announced an executive order on immigration, Gov. Rick Perry announced an order of his own.

Lights of Love

Food, Entertainment and plenty of lights will be part of the 29th annual “Lights of Love” celebration scheduled for Wednesday, December 10, 2014 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm at the El Paso Ronald McDonald House at 300 E.

Federal Appeals Court issues stay for Panetti

      *Editor's note: This story has been updated.

Damsel in Defense

Maria Van Rossum shows us how to stay safe. For more information on her products go to her web page at http://www.mydamselpro.net/stungun

'Tis the season for passing along germs

 We are getting into the season when the flu and the cold are going to be very prominent. And it's also the season when you will be seeing your co-workers coming into the work place spreading their germs all over the place.

9Online: 'Frozen 2?'

Wrestling fans rejoice! the WWE has announced their stops for the live road to Wrestle mania and guess what? Las Cruces will be one of the them.