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Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 10:42am

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Ysleta looking to continue success into District

The Indians are off and running to a strong start and hope to take their early success into the start of District play Thursday. Ysleta is 2-1 through the first 3 games and outscoring opponents 108-48 in the process.

UTEP Soccer Ready For Rebels

The UTEP soccer team will wrap up the non-conference portion of its schedule by challenging UNLV (5 p.m. Friday) and Northern Arizona (5:30 p.m. Sunday) as part of the 15th-Annual Border Shootout at University Field.

Is it time to ditch Texas' key man Grand Jury system?

When Texas Gov.

I-25 Rivalry Extends To Volleyball

The New Mexico State volleyball team (3-5) will participate in its final tournament before beginning conference play next week.  The Aggies travel to Durham, N.H., this weekend to play three matches during the Holly Young Invitational host

Paying it forward at Chick-Fil-A

Employees at one Abilene, Texas Chick-fil-A say they are used to seeing customers pay it forward, but they never expected to see such a large act of generosity as they did on Monday night.

Billy the Kid: New face from history

Search for authenticated pictures of Billy the Kid, and you're going to find one that you've probably seen before, because it had been the only authenticated one...until now.

Escalante Promotions set for "Southwest Showdown"

Sijuola Ade “Juice” Shabazz 4(4)-1-0 vs Keith Downs 3(1)-0 at 165lbs.

NM State Soccer Prepares for Rio Grande Rivalry

The New Mexico State soccer team heads north Friday to do battle with arch-rival New Mexico for the first installment of the 2014 Rio Grande Rivalry. The Aggies return home Sunday to face UNLV.

DACSO Deputies arrest La Mesa man after he flees from Park Rangers

A 30-year-old man was arrested by Dona Ana County Sheriff's Deputies after fleeing Leasburg State Park Rangers earlier in the afternoon Tuesday.

SpaceX one of two companies awarded NASA contracts

NASA announced on Tuesday that it will contract with two private companies, Boeing and SpaceX, to ferry astronauts to and from the International Space Station beginning in 2017.

Rain, wet roads call for safer driving

Potentially heavy rain forecast for southern New Mexico means motorists should be prepared for slick driving conditions, and the possibility of flooded roadways and arroyos.

Sixth Texas woman to face execution

 

Midland ISD developing "Petroleum Academy"

MIDLAND — As this Permian Basin city continues to thrive amid an oil boom transforming the region, local drilling companies have faced challenges in recruiting workers to come to West Texas.

A&M System launches think tank with eye on state policy

Earlier this month, the Texas A&M University System's board of regents approved the establishment of the cryptically named Area 41 Institute.

Law Enforcement groups come out for gay marriage

Two prominent county sheriffs and a group of law enforcement officers filed a brief in federal court Tuesday in support of gay marriage, saying the state has failed to give gay and lesbian first responders “the equal dignity and respect t