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Green flash spotted in sky from El Paso to Phoenix

The National Weather Service is looking into reports of a green flash that was spotted over parts of the borderland and even as far away as Phoenix.

Green flash spotted in sky from El Paso to Phoenix

The National Weather Service is looking into reports of a green flash that was spotted over parts of the borderland and even as far away as Phoenix.

High school students help clean up a forgotten cemetery

A small cemetery in Vado, New Mexico is the resting place of some of the state's history makers. But nobody has taken care of the graveyard in years.

EPPD Bomb Squad responds to Lower Valley neighborhood

The El Paso Police Department Bomb Squad was called out to a Lower Valley neighborhood Saturday after neighbors reported finding a possible explosive in a shed.

Hagerty relishing chance to call games for Chihuahuas

Everything about the El Paso Chihuahaus is brand new, except their radio play by play announcer, Tim Hagerty.  The native of Massachusetts has spent 10 years calling baseball games in the Minor Leagues, and started with the Padres organiza

Miners sweep doubleheader vs Middle Tennessee

The UTEP softball team showed up to Helen of Troy Softball Complex determined to end a losing skid.

Beamon speaks as UTEP finishes Springtime Invitational

UTEP dominated the competition at the 2014 UTEP Invitational as the Miners clinched nine crowns at the meet.

Raider Red Wins $77,052 Copper Top Futurity for colts & geldings

Raider Red pulled clear by 3 and ½ lengths under a virtuoso performance from jockey Alfredo Juarez, Jr. to win the $77,052 Copper Top Futurity for colts and geldings on Saturday at Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino.

Aggies Shatter WAC Records with 17-2 Win Over Bakersfield

The New Mexico State softball team scored a record-breaking 17 runs in the first inning on Saturday, April 12 against the Bakersfield Roadrunners to complete the sweep and improve to a 26-16 record this season and stay atop the Western Athletic

Police identify murdered Juarez student

Police have identified the student found dead yesterday in an empty lot in South Juarez.

Forum held for students interested in attending U.S. military academies

Students interested in attending one of the United States service academies received information at a forum Saturday held at the El Paso Community College Mission del Paso campus.

Can fracking lead to a major Earthquake?

I think it's safe to say we all saw this coming. For those who don't know what fracking is, it's hydraulic fracturing. But it's easier and more fun to say fracking.

Orange, Blue and You hosts over 1000 students

UTEP’s first open house hosted over 1,000 possible students and their families to learn what the campus has to offer. “Orange, Blue and You,” was an idea UTEP has wanted to make happen.

Davis: Abbott is backing away from pre-K plan

While addressing the Texas State Teachers Association’s convention in San Marcos on Saturday, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis accused her Republican opponent, Greg Abbott, of backing away from his early education policy pro

UTEP unveils 2014 fall soccer schedule

Twelve home matches, including renewing the battle of I-10, contests against Northern Arizona, UNLV, Weber State and a 10-game Conference USA slate highlight the 2014 UTEP soccer schedule, which was released by head coach Kevin Cross Friday aft