Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm

Local News + Statewide News

New climate report is in:severe risks to livelihoods around the world

Here is some scary news this morning. The world is getting warmer, and according to a new climate report commissioned by the World Bank, this isn't a good thing.

Rhinos down Blazers to move to second place

Jiri Pestuka scored twice in the first period, including the eventual game-winning goal, as the El Paso Rhinos dominated the Oklahoma City Blazers, 7-1, in the rubber match between the teams.

Weather changes and pesky allergies

The weather has been a bit crazy as the seasons begin change along with a constant variation in temperatures. For a lot of people this means the constant struggle with fighting off those pesky allergies.

Aggies to host Stetson Monday night

The New Mexico State Aggies (1-3) face their second game in eight days as they play host to Stetson at the Pan American Center.

Senior All-Stars rosters announced

The Greater El Paso Football Showcase has released East and West rosters for the 23rd Annual Showcase. The game will be played on Dec. 20, 2014 in the Sun Bowl.

Memorial for former UTEP coach & wife on Tuesday

A memorial service has been announced for the former UTEP football coach and his wife who were killed while crossing the street in West El Paso.

Rhinos Put Out Blazers, 6-2, to Even Series

Jiri Pestuka scored twice — notching the game-winner short-handed — as the El Paso Rhinos avenged a 5-2 defeat Friday night with a 6-2 win over the previously undefeated Oklahoma City Blazers Saturday at the Events Center.

Fire tears through Horizon City area pallet business

A pallet business just north of Horizon City was heavily damaged following a Sunday afternoon fire, according to El Paso Sheriff's investigators.

Miners Take: UTEP rallies to 77-76 win

Vince Hunter had a double-double for the second straight game, as UTEP rallied from a 15-point deficit to take the lead before holding on for a 77-76 triumph over NM State on Saturday night.

Keeping the Korean War legacy alive

 It has been called the "Forgotten War". The Korean War took place in between World War II and the Vietnam War. As such, it's not remembered in history as much.

Aggies Take: Aggies lose 15 point lead and fall to Miners

Four New Mexico State players scored in double figures, however, UTEP rallied late in the second half to defeat the Aggies 77-76 in Battle of I-10 Saturday night at the Don Haskins Center.

Saturday's High School Football playoff results and highlights!

Here are high school football playoff results: Friday, November 21: 5A Area Round Canutillo defeated S.A. Lake View, 27-10

El Paso Parks & Rec Henry Stokes Little Bowl results

El Paso Parks and Recreation Henry Stokes Little Bowl at Austin High School results from Saturday, November 22, 2014: Mighty Mites Division Southeast T-Birds`22 Muddawgs 0

Aggies fall on Senior Day despite Rose's 229 yds

Freshman running back Larry Rose III ran for 229 yards etching his name in the New Mexico State record book Saturday, Nov. 22 in a 30-17 loss to Louisiana Monroe in the Aggies’ final home game of the season.

What causes sniffles?

Yes its true! Aside from the wonderful Holiday's turkey stuffing celebrations and soon to be Christmas decorations comes the dreaded sniffle weather.