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Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 10:42am

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Juárez bans drums inside city's baseball stadium

If you're a baseball fan in Juarez, leave your drums at home. That's the message from the city, which is now banning drums inside the Juarez Vive Baseball Stadium.

Aggie Volleyball Welcomes Top-15 Teams to Pan American Center

THIS WEEK: The New Mexico State volleyball team (3-3) will co-host the NM State/UTEP Tournament alongside Texas-El Paso this weekend. The Aggies and Miners welcome two of the best teams in the country, No. 14 Colorado State and No.

UTEP Soccer Looks To Keep Things Going On The Road

The UTEP soccer team will look to continue its best start to a season since 2005 when it plays a pair of road games this weekend. The Miners (5-0-1) will lock up with Utah Valley (3-2-1) at 5 p.m.

NM State Softball Releases Fall Schedule

The New Mexico State softball team will play eight games over a three-week period in late September and October as part of its fall schedule, head coach Kathy Rodolph announced Tuesday. All fall games are free to the public.

County of El Paso opens new Northwest Annex

Wednesday, County of El Paso officials held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the grand opening of its new Northwest Annex.

UTEP, NMSU team up for I-10 Blood Coalition

It is rivalry week in the Borderland as the New Mexico State University football team prepares to take on the UTEP Miners at the Sun Bowl in the Battle of I-10 on Saturday.

Suspect's friend speaks up about killing, in disbelief

Five people were arrested and charged in connection with a brutal downtown murder on Wednesday. We first told you about discovery last Friday.

History Scholars Criticize Social Studies Textbooks

Scholars recruited by the Texas Freedom Network Education Fund are criticizing social studies textbooks under state consideration, saying the books offer distorted views on history and current events.

The Borderland remembers September 11th

Several different organizations, businesses and schools are commemerating the lives lost on September 11, 2001   EL PASO

Construction begins on Digital Wall

Construction has started on El Paso's Digital Wall. The project, which is going up right outside the El Paso Main Library downtown, will be the second of its kind in the world and the first in the U.S.

Texas adds more private sector jobs than any other state in August

Texas added more non-farming private sector jobs than any other state last month, but still is falling short of the six-month average.

Five charged in connection with Downtown murder

El Paso Police have announced the arrest of five people in connection with the brutal beating murder of a man in downtown El Paso last week.

74 El Paso roadways listed as most gridlocked in Texas

If you feel like you're sitting in traffic too long on your commute each day, you may be right.

Five new West Nile cases reported in El Paso

Five new cases of West Nile were confirmed through the City of El Paso Department of Health last week, bringing the total of cases in 2014 to eleven.

El Pasoan a finalist in National Parks photo contest

An El Paso native is one of finalists in a nationwide National Parks photography contest running through September 26th on their website.