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NMSU junior guard named WAC Player of the Week

New Mexico State women’s basketball point guard Shanice Davis has been named the Western Athletic Conference Player of the Week for the week of Jan.

Low beam headlights in fog and other fog driving do’s & don’ts

We have already seen 3 to 5 foggy mornings across the Borderland this cold season. Last Thursday morning's fog was the thickest and longest lasting many of us have seen in years!

Tax exemption available for the uninsured

The affordable care act required nearly all Americans to have some form of health insurance in 2014 or pay a tax penalty. The great news is millions of Americans could avoid that fine.

Film incentive program fears guilt by association

     

Grateful Dead reuniting for 50th-anniversary shows

The Grateful Dead is planning on making one final splash -- or should that be "Ripple"?

Saying 'Thank You' to Texas police

A lot of tough, brawny Austin police officers were brought to tears Saturday by a sweet, 10-year-old girl from Tyler, Texas.

Man killed in motorcycle wreck

Las Cruces police are investigating a motorcycle crash that left one man dead.

The New Guys and an Election Four Years Away

This is insanely early, but if presidential races can go on for years and years, there is no reason to avoid talking about the 2018 race for Texas governor.

Biggest Loser Run/Walk comes to Las Cruces

 About 1,500 people spent their Sunday morning getting some exercise in at the Biggest Loser Run/Walk in Las Cruces including some of our v

NM State Opens Season at Texas Tech Open

The New Mexico State track and field team opened their 2015 indoor season this weekend with at the Texas Tech Open.

Winter Skin care tips

It may have been pretty warm this weekend but the past few weeks of winter weather here in The Borderland may have your skin feeling a little dry and sad.

Man taken to hospital after overnight stabbing in Central El Paso

One man was taken to an area hospital after an overnight stabbing in Northeast El Paso. The incident happened around 1:30 a.m. at the Rumor's Sports Club at 3317 Dyer.

Overnight stabbing in Central El Paso

One man was taken to an area hospital after an overnight stabbing in Northeast El Paso. The incident happened around 1:30 a.m.  at the Rumor's Sports Club at 3317 Dyer.

Aggie men drop first WAC game at Seattle

New Mexico State trimmed a 10-point second half deficit to just one with 4:56 to play, but were held to just four points the rest of the way as Seattle University snagged a 58-52 Western Athletic Conference victory Saturday night at KeyArena.

Group of women travel across country for racial equality

Six women with one mission as they travel from Berkeley, California to Jacksonville, Florida. They made their 7th stop in El Paso Saturday.