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First case of Enterovirus D68 confirmed in New Mexico

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed a case of Enterovirus D68 in New Mexico.

UTEP men's golf in 13th at Tucker Intercollegiate

UTEP opened up its third tournament of the year Friday morning and afternoon at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate. After 36 holes, the Miners sit in 13th place at 27-over par (299-304).

Aggies softball eager to begin fall season

The New Mexico State softball team kicks off its fall schedule this weekend with three games at the NM State Softball Complex.

UTEP softball to begin fall season

The UTEP softball team will open the fall season as it takes on Odessa College in a doubleheader starting at 11 a.m. on Sunday at the Helen of Troy Softball Complex. Admission is free to all fans.

NMSU tennis player ready for All-American Championships

Ashvarya Shrivastava of the New Mexico State women’s tennis team begins participation at the 2014 Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Championships on Saturday, Sept. 27, with play in the pre-qualifying round.

Commissioner Staples welcomes visitors to the State Fair of Texas

Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples today welcomes visitors to the State Fair of Texas — the Lone Star State’s largest fair — and encourages fairgoers to celebrate the best of Texas at the Texas Department of Agriculture&rsq

'Historical' heroin seizure at Presidio port of entry

Customs and Border Protection Officers at the Presidio Port of Entry seized what they call a 'historical' amount of black-tar heroin at the port Tuesday morning.

Free fishing day in New Mexico this Saturday

Saturday, September 27, 2014 is Free Fishing Day across the state and everyone is allowed to fish on public bodies of water without a fishing license. New Mexico State Parks invites you to enjoy a day of free fishing at a park near you.

Search for Hannah Graham continues

The man police say kidnapped a University of Virginia student will return to the state to face charges.

Texas' rising graduation rates spark renewed doubts


Experts say gas prices could continue to drop

As gas prices continue to drop across the country, drivers are getting some much needed relief at the pumps.  "It's going to put a lot more money in my pocket," said Daniel Madrid, an El Paso resident. 

Several facilities will be closed in Las Cruces due to the 2014 Whole Enchilada Fiesta

Several City of Las Cruces facilities will be closed in the Hadley Avenue Complex during the 2014 Whole Enchilada Fiesta Friday, Sept. 26, through Sunday, Sept. 28.

Rain brings plenty of weeds around town

There is a new infestation in the borderland. The heavy rain and flooding we saw the past few weeks gives the ground the perfect conditions to allow weeds to grow.

Coronado Wins in OT

There was concern at T-Bird field on Thursday evening.  A legitimate fear the scoreboard would blow a fuse from overuse. Coronado and El Dorado combined for 92 points before the T-Birds prevailed 50-42 in overtime.

Prosecutor: Reply to Perry Filing Likely to Come Next Month

Gov. Rick Perry's legal team was quick to challenge the criminal indictment against him in August, making its position known within days of the governor's booking.