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SISD uses technology to enhance learning experience

It felt a lot like a holiday in the Socorro Independent School District today. Students were celebrating Digital Learning Day.

Ice and Snow in Dallas Could Mean Flight Delays Thursday

If you have to catch a flight Thursday morning, you should probably call your airline to see it there will be a delay.  Another major cold front is sweeping not only through Texas but much of the Midwest.

NM State Baseball Falls 10-0 in Tucson

The New Mexico State baseball team was shutout for the first time this season falling 10-0 to Arizona at Hi Corbett Field in Tucson, Ariz., Wednesday, March 4. The Aggies are now 1-12 on the season while Arizona moves to 12-4.

Facebook rolls out suicide prevention tools

 Last year 96 people commited suicide in El Paso, according to the County Medical Examiner's Office.   

Eastwood falls short in Regional Quarterfinals

The wild ride came to an end for the Troopers Wednesday as Eastwood fell in the Regional Quarterfinals, 75-55, to North Crowley in Andrews, Texas. The complete UIL schedule and results for El Paso area schools is below:

Aggies Wins 20th of Season

The New Mexico State Aggies had to spend four extra days in south Texas before playing Texas-Pan American, but Tshilidzi Nephawe made it payoff as the Aggies beat the Broncs 69-48 Wednesday night at UTPA Fieldhouse.

Las Cruces man to file $12.5 mil lawsuit over LCPD cell incident

A Las Cruces man and his attorney are preparing to file a $12.5 million lawsuit that accuses two LCPD officers of using excessive force during an incident inside of a department holding cell late last year.

Storytellers: the inspiration behind the hit songs

Storytellers is a unique event featuring three acclaimed artists who share the stories behind their award-winning songs, and then perform them in an intimate, acoustical setting.

Science of bowling exhibit opens at El Paso Exploreum

Just in time for the United States Bowling Championship at the El Paso Convention Center, a new exhibit is open for the kiddos at the El Paso Exploreum.

Rotich Named to the Pre-NCAA Indoor Championships Bowerman Watch List

Three-time national champion Anthony Rotich was named to the men’s Pre-NCAA Indoor Championships Watch List for the Bowerman as announced by the U. S. Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association on Wednesday.

UTEP Women To Play At North Texas Thursday

UTEP (11-14, 6-10 C-USA) puts the finishing touches on the 2014-15 regular season with a pair of road games this week. The Miners will play at North Texas (5-22, 4-12 C-USA) at 6 p.m.

Boxing returns to the Haskins Center

Tejanito Promotions and UTEP Presents “The Price of Glory” at the Don Haskins Center at 6:00 p.m. Saturday, March 28, 2015.

UTEP hosts crucial final homestand

After a challenging week on the road, the UTEP men’s basketball team returns to the Haskins Center for the final two games of the regular season with much at stake.

2015 USBC Open Championship Begins Saturday

What: The 2015 United States Bowling Congress Open Championships will begin its 128-day run at the newly transformed, state-of-the-art 62-lane bowling facility inside the El Paso Convention Center, where the first of more than 40,000 bowlers wi

Aggie Women Atop the WAC

It’s been a few days since the New Mexico State women’s basketball team clinched the outright Western Athletic Conference regular-season championship with a win over Texas-Pan American in front of over 2,000 fans inside the Pan Amer