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Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 1:34pm

Local News + Statewide News

McCoy leads Washington to win vs Dallas

Former Texas Longhorn quarterback Colt McCoy did not have much success in the NFL while in Cleveland, and it was thought he would languish behind Robert Griffin III in Washington...

Police ID woman killed crossing East EP street

El Paso Police have identified the woman struck and killed Monday night in East El Paso.

Beau's Best: Top plays from Week 9

Check out Beau's Best, the top plays from Week 9 of the high school football season, tune in! Please visit this link to our facebook page for the highlights! https://www.facebook.com/NC9Sports?ref=hl

Irish cross country celebrates state title winning team

This weekend, the Cathedral cross country team won the TAPPS 5A state championship in Waco, Texas.  Cathedral finished second to San Antonio Antonian in 2013, but outlasted Antonian this year, finishing second to the Irish.  Junior Er

UTEP football press conference quotes

UTEP Football Media Luncheon Quotes Oct. 27, 2014 Head Coach Sean Kugler (On Saturday’s 34-0 win at UTSA)

Las Cruces moving forward with $10.10 minimum wage, for now

Las Cruces City Council decided Monday to stay the course on a plan to push the city's minimum wage past $10 per hour.

Oil price tremors not rattling Texas. Yet.

With crude oil prices nose diving in recent months, unsettling fears of idled rigs and plummeting profits have begun creeping through companies and countries whose livelihoods are tied to oil production.

Texas Coaches Association's Week 9 football poll

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

NMSU to hold Crimson & White scrimmage Tuesday

The 2014-15 edition of the New Mexico State men’s basketball team returns to the hardwood Tuesday night at the annual Crimson and White Scrimmage at the Pan American Center. Tip is set for 7 p.m. and admission is free.

In El Paso, a Mirror of Catholicism's Challenges

El PASO — Under the watchful gaze of St. Jude and the Virgen de Guadalupe statues on Wednesday, religion and border culture meshed at central El Paso’s Our Lady of Guadalupe Church.

Aggies women's golf continues play in Nevada

The New Mexico State women’s golf team is sitting in 10th place after the first round at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown in Boulder City, Nev.

UTEP basketball to hold kickoff luncheon Tuesday

UTEP Athletics and the Miner Athletic Club will host the 2014 Hoops Tipoff Luncheon on Tuesday, Oct. 28 at noon in the El Paso Convention Center.

This week in NMSU Athletics

The New Mexico State athletic department has plenty of events this week with opportunities for supporters to join in on the fun.

New Cirque Du Soleil production coming to Don Haskins Center

Varekai, Cirque du Soleil's latest arena touring production, will perform in El Paso at the Don Haskins Center from March 18-22, 2015 for seven performances only.

Wedgewood, Montwood street closures begin today

Wedgewood Drive in East El Paso is getting a mile long, 11 million dollar makeover.