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NM State Volleyball Begins WAC Play with Two Home Matches

The New Mexico State volleyball team (6-5) will begin defense of its back-to-back Western Athletic Conference titles this week as it begins conference play with two matches inside the Pan American Center.

Miners Travel to Albuquerque for William H. Tucker Invitational

Coming off a 12th-place finish at the Golfweek Conference Challenge, UTEP will head to Albuquerque for the 60th Annual William H. Tucker Invitational. The tournament will be held at the University of New Mexico Championship Course.

Suspect in Hannah Graham case caught in Texas

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Guadalupe Mountains National Park begins opening trails today

Guadalupe Mountains National Park Superintendent Dennis A. Vásquez announced that the Guadalupe Peak, Pinery, Devil’s Hall Trails have reopened, and the Salt Basin Overlook Trail is open from the Guadalupe Canyon Trailhead only.

Las Cruces man suspected of hosting lingerie parties with teens

Las Cruces Police have arrested a 38-year-old Las Cruces man suspected of having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl, providing alcohol and drugs to minors, and hosting provocative lingerie parties that featured teenage girls as model

Texas program offers classes for married couples

Wedding planning is hard, but marriage can be harder.

Texas program offers classes for married couples

Wedding planning is hard, but marriage can be harder.

Funeral Wednesday for Texas deputy who died in floods

Mourners will gather to remember a Central Texas sheriff's deputy who died after being swept away by floodwaters while checking low-water crossings.

Girl plays on Texas middle school football team

One East Texas teen is proving football isn't just for boys. Marlena Hamilton introduces us to a girl with so much grit she earned a spot on her middle school's football team as a linebacker.

Wild hogs invade Houston

They're big, destructive, and potentially dangerous, and right now wild hogs are causing problems all across the Houston, Texas area.

Police: Motorcyclists slammed into the back of car, leaving one seriously injured

El Paso police have released new information following a crash Tuesday, that left one man seriously injured and I-10 shutdown.

El Paso fire and health departments offer free medical services for seniors

The program “Vaccinations for Health” that teams up the El Paso Fire Department with the El Paso Health Department to provide free flu and pneumonia vaccines for seniors will continue on Thursday Sept.

West Nile cases in El Paso jump to 14

The City of El Paso Department of Public Health announced Tuesday the number of diagnosed West Nile Virus infections in El Paso has now reached 14.

Food prices on the rise in Texas

Texas shoppers will dig a little deeper in their pockets during their next trip to the grocery store, according to the latest Texas Farm Bureau (TFB) Grocery Price Watch survey.

Snake bites on the rise in the Borderland

Wind chimes are the only sound you'll hear more often than not on Lesa Andrada's six acre property near Las Cruces. That and her two dogs Tara and Shelby. But that wasn't the case a couple of weeks ago.