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Serious crash in Socorro sends three to the hospital

Three people are being taken to a hospital with unknown injuries after a crash in Socorro.

Debate over whether undocumented immigrants ever show up to court hearings

Thousands of immigrants set off on the dangerous and deadly journey to the United States, and for those who survive it, another lengthy and complicated process lies ahead.

El Pasoan hopes for increased role in MLS

Omar Salgado made a name for himself throughout El Paso with the Texas Fire and youth clubs with Chivas in Guadalajara.  Omar was the top overall pick in the 2011 MLS draft by the Vancouver Whitecaps, but it's been a bumpy road since t

Las Cruces man beats father with brick to get his prescription drugs

Andrew John Garcia, 34, is accused of hitting his father over the head repeatedly with a small brick after allegedly stealing his dad's prescription medication.

Baby Boot Camp readies future military parents

As the lead instructor of Army Community Service’s Baby Boot Camp, Cinthia Dillon is a drill sergeant of sorts.

Veteran turned speech therapist: Gives back, makes lives better

Beach balls bounce back and forth from one set of hands to another. High-energy music plays while people move to the beat. A man imitates an elephant for the enjoyment of those around him.

Pedestrian walkway installed at Las Cruces High School

 Las Cruces’ original high school is getting a multi million dollar makeover, and on Friday one of the highlights was set in place.

Mayapan Farmers Market's Seasonal Opening Celebration

La Mujer Obrera, a local women's empowerment and advocacy center is celebrating their 4th Seasonal Opening of the Mayapan Farmer's Market on Saturday, June 28, 2014.

El Paso Opera presents "Vidas Perfectas"

El Paso Opera and Ballroom Marfa are proud to announce the Texas premiere of "Vidas Perfectas," the Spanish-language production of the avant-garde American composer Robert Ashley's groundbreaking work of "Perfect Lives"

EP Downtown Farmer's Market events every Saturday

Join the El Paso Downtown Artist and Farmer's Market for food and free activities for the entire family!

UTEP assistant chosen to lead team on USVA level

UTEP assistant volleyball coach Julie Allen has been chosen to lead the Sun Country region High Performance team announced by High Performance Director Jim Giacomazzi on July 10.

NMSU tennis honored with All-Academic award

The New Mexico State men’s and women’s tennis programs were each honored with the Intercollegiate Tennis Association All-Academic Award, the ITA announced this week. The individual Scholar Athlete list was also released.

UTEP celebrates third annual "Pick-nic"

All UTEP alumnis will celebrate their miner pride at Memorial Park on Saturday, July 12 from 6 to 9 p.m.

Osaple shows off new El Paso shirt

“I Liked El Paso Before It Was Cool.” El Pasoans can now show their city pride with a white v-neck tee with that exact phrase. It was created by Osaple and is the fourth shirt in their series.