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Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm

Local News + Statewide News

DuPont Tragedy One of Many Toxic Gas Releases

A Saturday morning tragedy introduced Texans to an invisible killer.

Aggies Win-Mullings Passes Lacy in Scoring

It was both a good and historic night for Daniel Mullings.  He led New Mexico State with 20 points and in the process passed Sam Lacy for 10th place in career scoring with 1,457.

El Paso man credits carbon monoxide detector with saving family

An El Paso man said a carbon monoxide detector in his apartment saved his family from carbon monoxide poisoning.

Miners Sparkle Against Lumberjacks

Sophomore Sparkle Taylor poured in a career-high 19 points, Stacie Telles added 10 and UTEP defended with a vigor on the way to downing Northern Arizona, 82-58, at the Don Haskins Center Wednesday evening.

UMC board member: 'I won't step down'

When it comes to overseeing the county hospital, Laura Ponce is one of seven appointed members to University Medical Center's Board of Managers.

Aggie Volleyball Wins Awards

The New Mexico State volleyball team picked up four individual conference awards on Wednesday as the Western Athletic Conference announced its All-WAC and All-Freshman teams along with the WAC Player, Freshman and Coach of the Year.

Oil industry knocking on El Paso's doorstep

Could El Paso become the state's next oil boom town?

Five people become alleged victims of a scam after paying deposits for the same house

Four upset people gathered at a home in Northeast El Paso. They all said they found the home for rent on Craigslist, contacted a woman, signed a lease and paid a deposit ranging from $800 to $1000. 

EPA Power Plan Would Save Texas Water

As state regulators fret about how President Obama’s effort to combat climate change would affect the Texas power grid, a new study says the rules would be simpler to adopt than those regulators suggest – and that it would save the

Families say goodbye as Iron Knights deploy for West Africa

It was mixed emotions for Lt. Col. Whitney Gardner, commander of the 2nd Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment. 

Aggies host Northern Coloado for home opener

The New Mexico State Aggies (0-1) play their third game in six days and second inside of 48 hours as they open the home season by facing Northern Colorado (1-1) of the Big Sky Confrence Wednesday night.

Quest for 3-peat Begins at WAC Tournament

The New Mexico State volleyball team (16-10, 10-4 WAC) heads to Bakersfield, Calif., this week to defend its back-to-back Western Athletic Conference volleyball titles.

Obama to announce immigration executive action in prime time address Thursday

President Barack Obama will unveil his long-awaited immigration plan Thursday evening, changing rules governing deportations that could affect millions of undocumented immigrants and setting off an explosive battle with Republicans.

Dismay rises as border agent hiring bogs down

 

UPDATE:Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull coming to town

UPDATE: Due to popular demand by super fans,the dynamic duo has announced they will be adding a second date in El Paso as part of their tour.