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UTEP Stumbles at Rice, 31-13

Mario Hull set a career high in receiving yards (150) on six receptions, while scoring a late touchdown as Rice took care of UTEP, winning 31-13 on Friday night at Rice Stadium.

Spaceport America requests emergency injection of funds from legislature

New Mexico's Spaceport America is struggling to survive, following last month's Virgin Galactic rocket crash in the Mojave Desert.

NMSU volleyballs' WAC Tournament run comes to an end

The New Mexico State volleyball team’s run at three-consecutive Western Athletic Conference championships ended abruptly on Friday after the second-seeded Aggies lost a highly-contested semifinal match to No.

Local retailers begin preps for Black Thursday, Friday

With less than a week before Thanksgiving, retailers are getting ready for Black Friday deals and the crowds of customers. Walmarts across the country and in El Paso are prepping for the biggest retail event of the year.

UPDATE: Alleged scammer arrested for outstanding warrants

 The alleged victims of a home rental scam say they tracked down the suspected scammer and waited outside her house Thursday afternoon.

Black Friday Borderland Forecast and Shopping Tips!

Some years here in the Borderland and in other part’s of the country early bird bargain hunters freeze while they are waiting to save a few bucks to hundreds of dollars on items on their Holiday shopping wish list.

Students raise $3,000 to send diabetic kid to camp

El Paso Jewish Academy students participated in a walk-a-thon Friday to raise money to send a child with Type 1 Diabetes to Camp Sweeney. The students learned about the camp through one of their classmates, Madison Nadler.

Free health clinic this weekend

The Rotary Club of El Paso, along with Texas Tech physicians, have established a free clinic for our community.

Downtown El Paso mistletoe stolen, Grinch suspected

Chances are you've heard the story about how the Grinch stole Christmas. Now he's also being accused of stealing mistletoe.

Santa sets up shop for Claus and Paws pet photos

Christmas only comes once a year, and two El Paso area malls are hoping to spread some holiday cheer. You may know him as Santa Claus, but to cute and cuddly canines and fury felines, he might be known as Santa Paws!

Chico asks fans for gift donation

The El Paso Chihuahuas and the El Paso Fire Department (EPFD) are excited to announce that Chico, the Chihuahuas mascot, will be giving fans a photo opportunity in exchange for a Paws for Presents gift, a toy drive benefitting the Child Crisis

Suspect in Lower Valley murder identified by police

El Paso Police have arrested the man they say shot and killed another man in El Paso's Lower Valley early Friday morning.

Little Bowl championship football schedule

Here is the Little Bowl Championship football schedule for Saturday, November 22 at Austin High School: 9:00am: Muddawgs vs Southeast T-Birds (Mighty Mites) 11:00am: El Paso Bandits vs Westside Eagles (Minor)

Supreme Court declines to peek at "Pole Tax"

The Texas Supreme Court on Friday declined to review whether a $5-per-patron fee at live nude entertainment clubs is an occupation tax in disguise, letting stand a lower appeals court ruling that found alcohol-serving Texas strip clubs must pay

Texas approves new Social Studies texts — with changes

After adopting hundreds of pages in last minute updates and corrections, the Texas State Board of Education approved new social studies textbooks Friday.