Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm

Local News + Statewide News

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.

Fence jumping, tearful reunions at the 16th annual Border Mass

Hundreds gathered on both sides of the Sunland Park, New Mexico, Anapra, Mexico border for the 16th annual Border Mass.  Among the families and friends reuniting through the fence, was Georgina and her family. 

Miners finish 27th at NCAA Cross Country championships

The men’s cross country season came to an end Saturday afternoon at the LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course. This was the 17th appearance at the NCAA Championships for the men’s program.

2 men killed in Saturday morning double motorcycle crash

El Paso Police have identified two men killed in a double motorcycle crash early Saturday morning as 24-year-old Cody Wones and 27-year-old Gabriel Ortega, both from El Paso.

High School football results and highlights!

Here are high school football playoff results from Friday, November 21: Canutillo defeated S.A. Lake View, 27-10 Mayfield def. Clovis, 35-21 Rio Rancho def. Las Cruces, 41-23

Abbott: Obama's Order Violates Constitution

Minutes after President Obama doubled down on his promise to change the country’s immigration system through executive action, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott made a vow of his own: Expect a lawsuit from Texas.

Third deadly pedestrian accident in one week in El Paso raises concerns

Three pedestrians have died on El Paso streets in the past week, four in the past month.  The most recent deadly pedestrian accident happened Thursday afternoon on Mesa St.

UTEP Stumbles at Rice, 31-13

Mario Hull set a career high in receiving yards (150) on six receptions, while scoring a late touchdown as Rice took care of UTEP, winning 31-13 on Friday night at Rice Stadium.

Spaceport America requests emergency injection of funds from legislature

New Mexico's Spaceport America is struggling to survive, following last month's Virgin Galactic rocket crash in the Mojave Desert.

NMSU volleyballs' WAC Tournament run comes to an end

The New Mexico State volleyball team’s run at three-consecutive Western Athletic Conference championships ended abruptly on Friday after the second-seeded Aggies lost a highly-contested semifinal match to No.