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How to catch a glimpse of asteroid flyby

A treat is in store for sky watchers Monday, as a large asteroid will fly close to Earth.

Nondiscrimination ordinance battle goes statewide

  As fights brew in several Texas cities over nondiscrimination ordinances protecting gay people, state lawmakers are poised to dive into the fray.

Man hit, pinned against building; Driver arrested

A 23-year-old man has been charged with aggravated assault with a vehicle, after he allegedly ran down a man on an Upper Valley sidewalk and pinned him to a building last week, according to El Paso Police. 

Man injured in 18-wheeler rollover crash

Police are investigating an overnight rollover crash near Clint. It happened just before 3 a.m. Monday on the Gateway West near I-10 and Clint. The semi-truck somehow lost control and rolled over.

Legislators' Expenses and Schmoozing, Linked

State ethics regulators are poised to raise the amount paid to Texas lawmakers for daily expenses during a legislative session — a decision that would also raise the amount lobbyists can spend wining and dining those legislators without n

Miners headed for Arizona Intercollegiate

The UTEP men’s golf team will head to Tuscon, Ariz., to christen its spring portion of the season on Monday and Tuesday (Jan. 26 and 27).

Rhinos complete sweep of Springfield

David Barbour and Jiri Pestuka each scored twice and the El Paso Rhinos swept the persistent Springfield Express with a 6-1 win in the third game of the series Sunday.

Miners Impressive in Season Opener at Lobo Invitational

The UTEP track and field team kicked their indoor season off with a successful performance at the Lobo Invitational.

NMSU Men’s Golf Opens Spring Season at Arizona Intercollegiate

The New Mexico State men’s golf team looks to start the spring the way it finished the fall opening the 2015 spring season at the Arizona Intercollegiate, Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 26-27 in Tucson, Ariz.

Bomb squad called to Socorro scrap yard

For the second day in a row, a bomb squad was called after the discovery of an explosive device in the Borderland.

I-10 reopen after vehicle fire near Fort Stockton

Interstate 10 is back open after being shut down Sunday afternoon because of a vehicle fire.

I-10 reopen after vehicle fire near Fort Stockton

Interstate 10 is back open after being shut down Sunday afternoon because of a vehicle fire.

Coronado grad's commercial could air during Super Bowl

Who doesn't love a little kid with a lemonade stand? David Horowitz produced a commercial centered around a little girl's lemonade stand for the 2015 Doritos' Crash the Super Bowl contest.

Abraham Lincoln memorabilia sells for $803,000 in Texas

A collection of Abraham Lincoln memorabilia, including a lock of hair, sold for more than $800,000 at auction Saturday in Dallas.

Elderly man reported missing in Anthony

Doña Ana County Sheriff’s deputies are asking the public for help in locating an Anthony, NM man who has been missing since Friday afternoon.