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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

Fort Worth murder suspect captured in Las Cruces

A Texas murder suspect was arrested by Las Cruces Police Wednesday afternoon after a short car chase.

Texas Among States Facing "Raise the Age" Debate

  If you’re 17 years old and arrested for a crime, where you go depends mostly on what state you happen to live in.

UT Regents still eyeing President candidates

  Editor's note: This story has been updated to include official comment.

LCPD: ‘Spring Ahead’ Sunday with properly working smoke alarms

Daylight saving time begins Sunday and the Las Cruces Fire Department reminds residents to install fresh batteries in their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors when they spring ahead one hour.

Three LCPD officers cleared in deadly December shooting

The Dona Ana District Attorney's Office has cleared three Las Cruces Police Officers involved in an hours-long standoff resulting in the death of 29-year-old Jose Salas just days before Christmas.

Restoration bidding process to begin on historic streetcars

Nine historic streetcars which will soon be part of El Paso's Street Car Project have been relocated from their dusty graves and into the Global Reach Science and Technology Park on El Paso International Airport property in order to allow c