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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

Aggies set to host Utah Valley in WAC play

The New Mexico State Aggies (11-10, 3-1) face defending Western Athletic Conference regular season champion Utah Valley Saturday night in the second game of a three-game homestand at 7 p.m. in the Pan American Center.

El Paso hotels report a banner year in 2014

2014 was a good year for El Paso hotels, which reported their highest revenue ever.

Feds Tell Texas to Try Again on Teacher Evaluations

Imperiling the state's waiver from the federal No Child Left Behind Act — and potentially renewing a battle over local control of school district policy — the U.S.

UTEP women set to host Thundering Herd Saturday

UTEP (8-7 3-3 C-USA) will aim at getting back in the win column when it plays host to Marshall (11-6, 3-3 C-USA) in the finale of its three-game homestand. All tickets are $2.

Miners hope to rebound at Marshall

UTEP (12-6, 4-2 C-USA) completes a three-game road swing when it plays at Marshall (4-15, 0-6 C-USA) on Saturday. The game will be televised on the American Sports Network beginnning at 1 p.m. MT. -

Aggies track & field heads to Albuquerque

The New Mexico State track and field team heads to Albuquerque, N.M. to compete in the indoor Lobo Collegiate Invitational on Saturday.

NMSU tennis to start spring at Arizona

The New Mexico State women’s tennis team is set to start their spring season Saturday on the road against No. 34 Arizona. NM State is looking to win its opening spring dual-match for the first time since 2008.

Predator drone crashes at Holloman

Officials at Holloman Air Force Base, just outside of Alamogordo (NM) say an unmanned Predator drone crashed early Friday morning.