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Why Do All These Leaves Have to Fall EVERY Fall?

Anyone with a yard and a tree (palm trees excluded) faces the exact same paradox every single November and December.  The fun part of the changing fall leaves is seeing all the brilliant yellow and orange and red colors.  The fall col

San Elizario ISD recognized for AP success

One Borderland school district now stands above the others in our area when it comes to its advanced placement offering.

Trojans prep for Rio Rancho in State Title game

The Mayfield Trojans prepare for the Rio Rancho Rams in the 6A State Championship game.  This is Mayfield's second consecutive state title game appearance, while this is the first in Rio Rancho school history. 

NMSU women's golf signs two recruits

New Mexico State women’s golf head coach Jackie Booth recently announced that two student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to attend and play for NM State starting next fall.

City Manager announces restructuring of city positions

City Manager, Tommy Gonzalez announced Tuesday, a restructuring of positions within the City. 

Lower Speed Limits Coming in Drilling Areas

With accident rates soaring on some roads in the state's bustling oil fields, the Texas Department of Transportation is stepping up efforts to lower speed limits on particularly dangerous routes.

Lower speed limits coming in drilling areas


VIDEO: Woman stabs people at random on New Orleans sidewalk

Editor's Note: This video contains violent material which may be considered graphic in nature.  Authorities are searching for a woman who was stabbing people at random in New Orleans.

Miners to play at Colorado State Wednesday

For the third straight game, the UTEP Miners will face a team that’s undefeated when they hook up with Colorado State on Wednesday at 7 p.m. MT in Fort Collins.

Nominations open for NMSU Athletic Hall of Fame

Nominations are now open for the US Bank/New Mexico State University Athletic Hall of Fame.

The Leaves Are Falling! How Do You Get Rid of Them?

I just moved into a new house with plenty of great shade trees in my and my neighbor’s yards. The temperatures have been dropping over the past month and leaves have been changing and now they are falling off the trees.

Caught on cam: Sleepy bandit

When an Austin, Texas business owner went into work this weekend he found more than he bargained for - a strange intruder. The owners are relieved he came for nothing more than a good night's sleep.

Texas Most Wanted: Violent sex offender sought by DPS

The reward for Jeffrey Ortiz, 37, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender and this month’s featured fugitive, has been increased to $8,000 for information leading to this capture if the tip comes in during the month of December.

Albuquerque Police seek mystery gunman

Police in Albuquerque, New Mexico turned up nothing Monday in their search for a heavily armed man that witnesses said was firing shots as he walked down a busy street.