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As the deadline draws closer, the rush is on

The deadline to file tax returns is less than two days away. Over 100 million people have filed their returns already, but they are expecting another 35 million to file between now and the midnight deadline.

UTEP soccer player recognized as Top-10 Senior at UTEP

Miner soccer standout Tori Martyn has been recognized as a Top Ten senior at UTEP. She was officially presented the honor at the 2014 UTEP Honors Convocation at Magoffin Auditorium on April 13.

Fabens FD asks community for donations for family of 8 displaced by fire

Six children and their parents are without a home after a fire destroyed their Fabens mobile home Saturday afternoon. It happened around 4:00 p.m. near South East River Street in Fabens.

Outlaws racing returns to El Paso Speedway Park

After spending the month of March and early April in the western states, the World of Outlaws begins their trek toward the Midwest, but not before settling some unfinished business in Texas.

NMSU slugger earns WAC hitter of the week award

For the second time this season and in her career, junior outfielder/catcher Lacey Rother earned Hitter of the Week accolades from the Western Athletic Conference for her performance April 7-13.

This week in NMSU athletics

The New Mexico State track and field team continues its 2014 outdoor campaign when it travels to San Antonio, Texas to compete at the UTSA Invitational on Saturday, April 19.

Registration open for Miner Soccer Academy summer camps

Registration is underway for the popular Miner Soccer Academy summer camps which will be held in summer 2013. All camps are open to any and all entrants.

El Paso is one of the Sunniest Cities in the Nation

El Paso is one of the Sunniest Cities in the Nation How does El Paso rank in sunshine percentage compared to the other top Bright and shiny cities?

Coast Guard, Texas Parks and Wildlife locate, recover body in San Antonio Bay

A Coast Guard MH-65 helicopter crew located a body, Sunday, which fits the description of a man missing since Friday morning, in San Antonio Bay.

Transgender teacher to return to classroom

A transgender substitute teacher will return to the classroom. Some parents in Lumberton, TX had complained and called the teacher a distraction, Agustin Garfias reports.

Human remains are discovered on SeaWorld property in San Antonio

Authorities in San Antonio have a mystery on their hands. Human remains have been found on property at the theme park, Phil Anaya reports the discovery is making nearby residents nervous.

Texas banking chief issues rules for Bitcoin

 

El Pasoans react to fireball is the sky Saturday night

That "big bright flash" that seemed to stun so many El Pasoans was a meteor about foot in diameter. It was spotted all over the Borderland and even as far away as Phoenix.

Babcock raises level as 'dual sport athlete'

Jade Babcock was a three-year letterwinner for the UTEP soccer team, helping the Miners capture win over win over the last four seasons.  The Senior from Midland, Texas had a semester left of eligibility, and is planning on putting her bes

Boi George sings sweet tune in $267,651 West Texas Futurity (Grade I)

Boi George sang a sweet tune on Sunday and won the 56th running of the $267,651 West Texas Futurity (Grade I) at Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino.