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Aggie Football Adds New O-Line Coach

With the departure of former offensive line coach Walt Wells, who took an assistant head coaching job with Eastern Kentucky University, New Mexico State football head coach Doug Martin announced the hiring of a new offensive-line coach on Wedne

NMSU Baseball plays home opener Friday

The New Mexico State baseball team beings its 2015 home schedule against Incarnate Word on Friday, Feb. 27 at the newly renovated Presley Askew Field. The Aggies will host the Cardinals in a three-game series beginning on Friday at 6 p.m.

Aggie Softball Heads to Las Vegas for UNLV Tournament

The New Mexico State softball team continues pre-conference tournament play with a trip to Las Vegas, Nev., to participate in the Alexis Park Resort Classic hosted by UNLV, to be played from Thursday through Sunday.

Lawmakers Push "Right to Try" Experimental Drugs

It’s kind of like Dallas Buyers Club: A group of sick Texans is seeking to gain access to experimental drugs — only this time, a flurry of s

Lawmakers Want Property Tax Cut That Folks Notice

Nine years ago, Texas lawmakers cut school property taxes across the state. "This is a tax cut Texans can take to the bank and count on in the years to come," Gov.

9 Online: Giuliana Rancic apologizes to Zendaya

You may already know that Tom Hanks was able to " Run Forest Run" with a little help of his Nike Cortez sneakers. It appears Nike is bringing them back beginning February 28th.

Will It Work: Rotato Express

In Wednesday's Will It Work, Monica Cortez tested out the Rotato Express. Makers of the product claim you can peel and pare it in 10 seconds.

Did you see the purple clouds in the sky?

Many people across the borderland witnessed purple clouds Wednesday morning.

Salvation Army awards Canutillo student body with tickets

Major Michael Morton of the Salvation Army of El Paso, presented Canutillo A.D.

Jury finds Eddie Ray Routh guilty in 'American Sniper' case

A jury has found Eddie Ray Routh guilty of capital murder in the deaths of two men, including Chris Kyle, the author of the bestselling book "American Sniper." He was immediately sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of

Updated: Boys and Girls HS Basketball playoff results and schedules

High School Boys Bi-District playoffs begin Monday but a pair of tie-breaker games decided seeding in El Paso on Friday. Below are the results and schedules. Girls 6A REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS

Mayfield coach named Sectional Coach of the Year

Mayfield High School girls basketball coach George Maya was selected as a 2014 Sectional Coach of the Year by the National Federation of State High School Associations.

Clint sophomore named Athlete of the Week!

This week's Student Athlete of the Week, presented by Subway, is Clint sophomore track and field athlete Isabel Herrera.  Isabel won the 300M Hurdles and the Long Jump last weekend at the El Dorado High School track and field meet at t

El Paso City Council adopts 2015 public art plan

El Paso City Council today approved six new public art projects which will improve the visual image of neighborhoods across the city.

Abbott, Senate leaders tout road funding plans

The day before Texas lawmakers begin considering a major transportation bill, state leaders made a concerted push for the measure as part of a larger effort to boost much-needed highway funding.