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School choice supporters to gather at Capitol


Religious protesters disrupt Muslim Day at Capitol

Religious protesters disrupted the biennial Texas Muslim Capitol Day as hundreds gathered on the south steps Thursday to meet with lawmakers.

The Journey: Texas Western's place in Civil Rights History

As the nation commemorates Martin Luther King Jr. day in January and Black History Month in February, NewsChannel 9 remembers UTEP and its place in history. One which championed tolerance, opportunity and perseverance.

NTSB says broken guardrail caused deadly bus crash

We now know what caused a deadly bus crash that killed eight prison inmates and two correctional officers bound for El Paso.

UTEP Rides Late Run to 71-69 Conquest of UAB

Vince Hunter scored six of his game-high 22 points during a 13-0 run late in the second half, as UTEP came from behind to top UAB, 71-69, on Thursday night at the Don Haskins Center.

UTEP women fall flat in second half vs UAB

A short-handed UTEP squad gave a good effort but couldn’t get enough shots to drop in an 67-52 loss at UAB Thursday evening.

Why Does Rain Make Us Feel So Good? Negative Ions!

Friday will bring not only a chance of rain but also the potential for heavy rain.  In addition to the amazingly fresh smell of rain, there's something else healthful and therapeutic about it:  NEGATIVE IONS?

NMSU to fill in Lottery Scholarship gaps

New Mexico State University announced Thursday that they will be committing close to $250,000 to try and make up for a shortfall in the New Mexi

The Big Game: Patriots WR owes his NFL career to a local coaches decision

Julian Edelman has become one of the most reliable receivers in the NFL with the New England Patriots, and he has New Mexico State head coach Doug Martin to thank.

McRaven Letter Takes Aim at Campus Carry

Allowing concealed weapons to be carried on college and university campuses would create "less-safe" environments, University of Texas System Chancellor William McRaven wrote in a letter to legislative leaders on Thursday.

NMSU Track and Field heads to Lubbock

The New Mexico State track and field team travels for the second time of the season to Lubbock, Texas to compete in the Texas Tech Masked Rider Open on Friday and Saturday.

Aggies tennis gears up for home opener

The New Mexico State women’s tennis team begins its home spring schedule against SUNY-Buffalo on Friday, Jan. 30 at 2 p.m. and versus Texas State on Sunday, Feb. 1 at 10 a.m.

Texans bag 'Boarzilla' in hunt

They're calling it "Boarzilla," a 790-pound hog shot in Comanche County. Blaine Garcia and Wyatt Walton killed the boar about three miles north of De Leon, Texas, their hometown.