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Border Patrol agents rescue illegal immigrants hidden inside vehicle's speaker box

Two illegal immigrants were rescued and detained at northern checkpoint after they were found hidden inside a speaker box.

'White people only' stickers posted on Austin businesses

Someone is posting stickers that say "exclusively for white people" on businesses in the Texas capital of Austin. And the mayor is not amused.

Free Senior Health Screenings

The El Paso fire department is teaming up with the Health Department to offer free medical services for seniors.

Rural Hospitals Struggle to Keep Their Doors Open

It could have happened anywhere, but it was on the high plains of Guthrie, Texas — 90 miles east of Lubbock — where Dannie Tiffin suddenly collapsed of a heart attack last spring.

9 ONLINE:International Day of Happiness

Live Happy Magazine has joined the United Nations with a movement hoping to make the world a happier place using the hash tag happy acts challenge.

Coworker, friend of Officer Arellano react to his death

Sergeant David Cox said he's known officer Adrian Arellano for about 10 years. The 39-year old was a 10 year veteran with the El Paso Police Department and a Socorro High School graduate.

Miners celebrate 49th anniversary of '66 Championship

On special occasions, UTEP lights the pick at Miner Circle on the University campus. Tthere is good reason it's glowing Thursday. It was 49 years ago this evening UTEP won the NCAA Championship.

NCAA Tournament: NMSU takes court in Omaha

The New Mexico State Aggies are ready to face the Kansas Jayhawks in their opening second round play of the NCAA Tournament at the CenturyLink Center.

Aggie broadcast legend returns home for NCAA Tournament

The Aggies might not have the support in Omaha like other regional schools in Kansas, Wichita state, Indiana or Wisconsin But a local broadcaster is drumming up support from his hometown.

EPISD merge creates one school, two campuses

EPISD has taken the advice of a consulting group to reduce the amount of under-utilized schools in the district.

Sunland Derby Preview: Wheres the Moon

Some young horses learn their lessons early. Others, Like Where's The Moon, take a little longer. A combination of equipment, race distance, and training pattern have helped Where's The Moon turn the corner.

Sunland Oaks Preview: Callback

The $200,000 Sunland Park Oaks is the filly companion to the Sunland Derby. Six times in the past eight years, the trophy has gone to trainer Bob Baffert.

Killing a Tax Without Saving Taxpayers a Dime

Careful readers will find an Easter egg tucked in one of the tax measures approved by a Senate committee this week — a mostly unmentioned clause that would constitutionally ban taxes on real estate transactions.