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Lawyers Seek New Exam for Death Row Client

A schizophrenic Texas death row inmate set for execution in December hasn't been evaluated in nearly seven years, and his mental state may not allow him to be legally put to death, his attorneys argued in an emergency court motion filed Mon

When do Mosquitoes Disappear, or Do They?

I spent all last weekend still swatting mosquitos and I think I lost at least 2 pints of blood to the little suckers!

El Pasoans Win Medals

Three El Pasoans returned to the Sun City from Arlington, Texas, with first-place medals around their necks following the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick Team Championships at the AT&T St

Kugler Praises Defense

UTEP Coach Sean Kugler wore a smile on his face during Monday's press conference. He discussed Saturday's 35-14 win against Southern Mississippi and previewed this week's game against Western Kentucky.

Texas coaches release regional football poll

Here is The Texas High School Coaches Association coaches poll released by The poll is voted on by a panel of THSCA members.

Miners earn national recognition

UTEP’s Autrey Golden and Roy Robertson Harris earned College Football Performer of Week recognition on Monday.

This week in NMSU Athletics

The New Mexico State University Athletics Department invites the entire community of Las Cruces, alumni of NM State, friends and family to join in the fun of Homecoming Week.

UTEP's Golden Named C-USA Special Teams Player of the Week

UTEP’s Autrey Golden was named Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Week on Monday.

JUDGE: Villegas' taped confession must be suppressed

UPDATE: Judge Sam Medrano has ruled that the taped confession from Daniel Villegas must be suppressed.

SpaceShipTwo disaster: 'Feathering' problems revealed

(CNN) -- It could take a year to figure out what caused the Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo to disintegrate in the sky, killing one co-pilot and raising questions about the future of commercial space flight.

Deer season underway in Texas

Well within the memory of many Texas Baby Boomers, some Hill Country schools used to give students a holiday on the first day of deer season.

Romo-less Cowboys struggle, lose second straight

The Dallas Cowboys, who were without injured QB Tony Romo jumped out to a 10-0 lead, but it all came tumbling down losing to the Arizona Cardinals 28-17 and falling to 6-3 on the season.

Dia De Los Muertos Celebration

This tradition has been in my family for many many years. It's the day we honor the dead, rather than grieve for them. We celebrate their "return" to earth for that one day.

Man stabbed during party at Lower Valley ballroom

El Paso Police say a man was stabbed during a fight at a Lower Valley ballroom early Sunday Morning.

UTEP picks up C-USA victory over LA Tech

The UTEP volleyball team (5-18, 3-9) claimed its third conference win with a four-set victory (25-19, 23-25, 25-20, 25-21) over the LA Tech Bulldogs Sunday afternoon.