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Abraham Lincoln memorabilia sells for $803,000 in Texas

A collection of Abraham Lincoln memorabilia, including a lock of hair, sold for more than $800,000 at auction Saturday in Dallas.

Man shot and killed by Border Patrol agents near Sierra Blanca

One person is dead following a pursuit by Border Patrol agents Thursday afternoon. A spokesman for the Border Patrol said a male driver failed to stop for inspection at the Sierra Blanca checkpoint.

Rhinos shut down Express, 7-2

Jiri Pestuka and Patrick Stancl each scored twice and the El Paso Rhinos skated by the Springfield Express, 7-2, in the second game of the teams’ triple-header.

NMSU crushes Utah Valley

Tshilidzi Nephawe scored a team-high 14 points on 7-of-9 shooting from the field to lead New Mexico State past Utah Valley 69-44 in Western Athletic Conference action Saturday evening at the Pan American Center.

A day of celebration for the Canutillo Eagles

It was a day of recognition for the Canutillo High School football team. The festivities kicked off this morning with a parade that started near Canutillo Avenue and ended at the Canutillo Middle School. 

Cruz, Perry make a splash at Iowa GOP summit


Rhinos Blank Express, 5-0

Goaltender Adam Vay stopped all 17 shots he faced and Kendal Craig scored twice as the El Paso Rhinos shut out the Springfield Express, 5-0, Friday night to open a three-game series in the Events Center.

Abie Han late replacement to face Sergio Mora on ESPN

Abie Han learned Saturday that he has 13 days to prepare for his next fight.

Marshall women hand UTEP 76-71 Setback

Junior Cameasha Turner scored 18 points and grabbed seven boards while freshman Lulu McKinney equaled her career high with 16 points but visiting Marshall outlasted UTEP, 76-71, at the Don Haskins Center Saturday afternoon.

1st place Aggie women win 8th straight

The New Mexico State women’s basketball made it eight in a row and 12 of its last 13 after a 68-58 win over Utah Valley on Saturday afternoon at the UCCU Center.

Miners stunned by Marshall

Justin Edmonds scored a career-high 20 points and hit five of Marshall’s 10 three pointers as the Herd shocked UTEP, 78-71, on Saturday afternoon at the Cam Henderson Center.

Protecting your skin and lips from harsh winter conditions

I always wondered why my hands get so rough and dryin the winter.  Dry skin causes you to itch all over in the winter.

Explosion near McGregor Bombing Range injures two people

The Otero County Sheriff's Office confirmed at least two women were injured Saturday after picking up scrap metal at the McGregor Bombing Range. A total of four people were at the scene; officials said they are all related.

Stranded vehicles delayed reopening of Trans Mountain Rd.

After clearing icy roadways, the Texas Department of Transportation reopened Trans Mountain Rd. shortly before 4 p.m. Friday.

Museum letting public view closed off collection Sunday

One Borderland museum is opening it's private doors and giving the public the chance to see all of their artifacts not on display - some of which have never been seen in p