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Girl's dream fulfilled through Amigo Airsho

The Amigo Airsho returns this weekend, after a year hiatus and a new location. The Golden Knights, Thunderbirds, and a slew of others will be taking off from the Doña Ana County International Jetport Saturday.

From State of Pappy and Kinky, SpicyBrown Runs for Senate

    Green Party candidate Emily Sanchez has few resources in her bid for U.S. Senate.

Student's grieve a life taken too soon after Central El Paso shooting

Students at Irvin High School and Paso Del Norte Academy are grieving the death of Aaron Ochoa. He was a student at Irvin until about a month ago.

NMSU volleyball celebrates two seniors

Saturday’s volleyball match between New Mexico State and Utah Valley is important for a few reasons, it comes at the tail end of a very competitive Western Athletic Conference schedule and it is the final home match for the Aggies this se

West Texas oil drilling frustrates some farmers

Dennis Seidenberger has farmed cotton for 49 years in this close-knit community 40 miles southeast of Midland. Farming is a way of life that he passed on to his son, and one that he hopes will stay in the family for generations.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Saul Kleinfeld traffic impacted by installation of sewage line

El Paso Water Utilities will be installing an 18-inch sewer line to serve the new William Beaumont Army Medical Center, which will require the temporary closure of both southbound lanes of Saul Kleinfeld Drive between Kristy Weaver Dr.

UPDATE: Teen killed in central El Paso, three suspects identified

An El Paso teenager was murdered just a month after his 18th birthday Thursday afternoon.

EPCC invites community to annual Fall Festival on Halloween

Goblins, ghouls and grades? El Paso Community College is hosting their annual Fall Festival at the Valle Verde Campus Friday night and they're hoping the entire community will come out to enjoy the family-friendly event.

Five NFL Punt, Pass & Kick Participants to Represent El Paso at Cowboys Game

Five El Paso champions from the Price’s Creameries Give ‘Em Five NFL Punt, Pass and Kick will travel to Arlington, Texas, to represent the Sun City at the Dallas Cowboys game this Sunday.

UTEP basketball single game tickets on sale Monday

Tickets to seven UTEP men’s basketball home games in the months of November and December, including the Nov. 14 season opener versus Washington State and the Dec.

UTEP punter named Ray Guy award nominee

Sophomore UTEP punter Mike Ruggles was announced as a nominee for the 2014 Ray Guy Awary, which identifies the nation’s top collegiate punter, on Friday.

Fan Van hits UTEP, serves up sobering message

When it comes to football a lot of people have crazy rituals they might do for their team. 

Fan Van hits UTEP, serves up sobering message

When it comes to football a lot of people have crazy rituals they might do for their team. 

NM Press Association Foundation grant expands NMSU journalism project

Blending high tech and old school, New Mexico State University’s journalism department and the more than a century old New Mexico Press Association are partnering to help students and working professionals expand their skills.