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Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm

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Brothers killed in Texas chemical leak

The family and friends of two men killed during a chemical leak at a DuPont facility in La Porte, Texas are mourning the loss of their loved ones.

Beau's Best: Top high school football plays from the playoffs!

Check out Beau's Best, the top high school footbal plays from the first round of the High School football plays in New Mexico and Texas... tune in!

This week in NMSU Athletics

The New Mexico State athletics department has plenty of activities for Aggie fans to follow during the week of November 17-23. Fans can get all their Aggie information online at www.NMStateSports.com.

Man arrested after allegedly firing shotgun towards LCPD officers

A Las Cruces man was arrested late Friday evening after police say he fired a shotgun at two LCPD officers.

UTEP sophomore named C-USA Player of the Week

UTEP sophomore forward Vince Hunter was selected the season’s first Conference USA Player of the Week on Monday after leading the Miners to a victory over a Pac-12 opponent.

When will El Paso & Las Cruces see Our First Snow?

The Arctic cold front that dove in early Sunday brought 2” to 4” inches of snow to Cloudcroft. I posted a few photos on Face Book and it appears as if the Borderland lowlands are ready to see a “winter wonderland”!

Coronado High students gain recognition at journalism convention

Fourteen students from Coronado High School were recognized at the National High School Journalism Convention in Washington D.C in early November.   The students were accompanied by the school journalism teachers, Alexander Seufert an

Holly Day House features work of Picacho Hills artists

It is that time of year! The Artists of Picacho Hills invite you to their Holly Day House on Saturday, November 22 from 9am-5pm.

Manhunt Monday: Woman wanted after evading capture for over 11 years

The subject of this week's Manhunt Monday is a woman who has been wanted for over 11-years after she allegedly attempted to smuggle over 100 pounds of marijuana through the Ysleta Port of Entry in 2003.

Open enrollment off to a strong start in El Paso

 One year after a glitch-filled rollout, healthcare.gov has opened for business again. "We are experiencing absolutely no glitches at all on the internet website," says Roy Ortega of Project Amistad.

UTEP students hold fundraiser for area food pantry

In an effort to fight hunger in El Paso, UTEP's Ceramic Art Students Association (CASA) is sponsoring the fundraiser “Panza Llena, Corazon Contento” or Full Belly, Happy Heart on Saturday, December 6, 2014 from 11a.m. to 3 p.m.

Halliburton buys Baker Hughes in mega deal

As recently as Friday, merger talks between Halliburton and Baker Hughes weren't going well. But now, we have a deal. Halliburton said Monday it will spend $34.6 billion to acquire Baker Hughes.

Ebola's latest victim

Dr. Martin Salia, the third patient transported to Nebraska Medical Center to be treated for Ebola, has died. Salia contracted the deadly virus while treating patients in Sierra Leone.

Beat the Holiday Bulge: El Paso gym offers co-ed boot camps

Spectrum Fitness is trying to help "Beat the Holiday Bulge" by offering co-ed boot camps.  The six-week program is designed to give full body workouts made up of strength training, power training, and high intensity interval trai

CBP processing traffic at new Tornillo facility

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is processing northbound vehicular and pedestrian traffic at the new Tornillo international port of entry.