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Austin gay couple becomes first to wed in Texas

 

High School Seniors who fail exams may still graduate

  The roughly 28,000 public high school seniors who still need to pass a state exam to get their diplomas this May could get a lifeline from Texas legislators.

Live tweet transplant in Texas

Inside one of the most restricted areas of the hospitals, doctors performed a heart transplant operation...and all of twitterverse had a front row seat.

A shot at greatness: Canutillo basketball team manager soars on Senior night

It was one of those moments that remind us why we love sports. Friday night was senior night for Canutillo boys basketball, hosting rival Bowie to decide 2nd place in District 1-5A.

Half-naked woman found alive in box at Texas landfill

A woman walked out of a Dallas bar and woke up in a box at the landfill in Irving..

Uber now in Las Cruces, looks to bank an additional $1 billion

Uber has announced they are expanding the shuttle service to Las Cruces, NM. The ride service launched Wednesday. The service promises to offer rates up to 30 percent cheaper than taxi services in the city of the crosses.

Man injured in overnight shooting

A man was taken to the hospital after being shot in Downtown El Paso. It happened around 2:45 a.m. Thursday at the intersection of Father Rahm and El Paso.

Taking Lobbyists' Money, Ignoring Their Calls

Visiting hours for taxpayer-supported lobbyists might be limited at Konni Burton’s Senate office, but the bank window was open to them when she was collecting campaign contributions last year.

Animal fun, sports and music! Plan your weekend!

FRIDAY Janis Ian February 20 7:30 p.m. Rio Grande Theatre Las Cruces 211 N. Downtown Mall Tickets $34 - $45 

City's largest solar facility officially up and running

Upwards of 3800 homes in El Paso will soon be powered by solar energy.

Mayor Miyagishima delivers State of the City addresss

Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima praised the city's financial stability and enthusiasm as key factors in moving the city forward during today's State of the City address.

NM State Men’s Golf set for the Bayou City Classic

The New Mexico State men’s golf team is ready to play in the 2015 Bayou City Collegiate Championship Friday-Sunday, Feb. 20-22 in Humble, Texas.

EPISD Parent University this Saturday

What: EPISD Parent University •When: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 21 •Where: Bowie High School, 801 S. San Marcial •Cost: Free •Information: 230-2553

State scrambling to find housing for sex offenders

The state agency responsible for supervising, monitoring and providing treatment to sexually violent predators is facing a housing crisis, officials told state lawmakers on Wednesday.