Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 1:34pm

Local News + Statewide News

Applebee's NC9 Overtime: V for Victory!

Applebee's NC9 Overtime:  Check out our play of the week, Gadsden's Sergio Ramos to Josh Diaz who goes the distance, plus a look at District 2-5A, and a look ahead to next week, tune in!

NMSU soccer falls at Grand Canyon

The Aggie soccer team couldn’t overcome a slow first half and dropped a 3-1 decision to Grand Canyon Friday evening in Western Athletic Conference competition.

UTEP earns huge win over FAU

Kennadie Chaudhary (29:09) and Margaret Hadley (36:46) each scored and UTEP played with plenty of passion in a 2-1 win against Florida Atlantic on “Senior Night” at University Field Friday evening.

USA women headed to World Cup after 3-0 win vs Mexico

A focused and aggressive U.S. Women's National Team booked its seventh consecutive trip to the FIFA Women's World Cup with a 3-0 victory against Mexico in the semifinals of the 2014 CONCACAF Women's Championship at PPL Park.

El Paso natives hit the big screen

 Three El Paso natives will soon have their talents showcased on the big screen. Two separate films with their own twist on horror and drama will be making their way to your local theatre very soon.

New Mexico hospital sets up Ebola checkpoints

One Southern New Mexico hospital isn't taking any chances when it comes to Ebola.

The Guardians of the Garden: Praying Mantis

One of the many insects that have emerged since our heavy rains of September is what some call "The Guardian of the Garden:  the Praying Mantis.

Patient at Houston area Urgent Care with Ebola symptoms

A health facility in Texas is placed under quarantine, due to a potential Ebola scare. Officials at Intermediate Medical Care, in League City, said they treated a patient who was showing Ebola-like symptoms.

NMSU 2nd, UTEP 6th at Price's Give Em Five Invite

Price's Give Em Five Invite at Butterfield Trail Golf Club, El Paso, Texas.  Here are the updates after the first round:

Gas prices fall to a four year low

Gas prices fall to below $3 a gallon in most states, the lowest they've been in four years.  "[I probably save] $80 because I still have a truck so about 120 a week," said Jorge Peregrino. 

PETA asks Texas A&M to change tradition

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has asked Texas A&M to change one of its long standing traditions.

New Mexico middle school discusses drug testing its athletes

Middle school students who want to play sports in Ruidoso are facing the possibility of drug testing. Many parents and staff members admit there is a marijuana problem at Ruidoso Middle School.

First Tee of El Paso to hold skills session and tournament

The First Tee of Greater El Paso is adding skills classes for the fall.

Mustangs beat Jeff, while Hawks soar on Thursday

The Burges Mustangs won their first game of the year, 35-30, over the Jefferson Silver Foxes, while Centennial remained undefeated with a big 35-10 win vs Valencia at the Field of Dreams... Tune in for the highlights!

Texas takes last pass at Social Studies textbooks

Two hours into a meeting called to parse revisions to new social studies textbooks for Texas schoolchildren — and a month before the deadline for final approval — the