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Aggies head north to meet Utah Valley

The New Mexico State Aggies (17-10, 9-1) open a three-game road swing starting at Utah Valley Thursday night at 7 p.m. The Aggies downed Bakersfield 74-58 Saturday night, while the Wolverines (9-15, 3-6) lost at Grand Canyon 83-57.

Amber Alert cancelled, missing 7-year-old found safe

UPDATE: An Amber Alert that was issued Wednesday afternoon for missing 7-year-old Joseph Sullivan has been cancelled. The boy is reportedly safe, no other details were immediately available.   EARLIER:

Ash Wednesday or "Ash-tag" day?

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, a time when Christians fast, pray and sacrifice in the name of Jesus.

EPPD identifies man killed in Valentine's Day crash

El Paso Police have finally identified the drivers involved in a deadly crash early Valentine's Day morning along the 9000 block of Alameda.

Sun Metro detours routes for El Paso Marathon

The El Paso Marathon event will require Sun Metro to detour a total of 22 routes from 6 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 22.

More than 850,000 faulty Texas driver license cards mailed

The Texas Department of Public Safety says about 850,000 faulty driver license cards were recently issued.

LCPD: Suspect in hotel duct-tape robbery arrested

A desperate scream for help from a hotel guest resulted in the arrest of the woman's boyfriend in Las Cruces on Tuesday afternoon.

Vigil held for slain Texas high school football player

A prayer vigil was held Tuesday night for a Stevens High School senior who was shot to death on the city's far West Side.

NMSU Police search for man who made threat against DACC student

UPDATE: Classes will resume at DACC East mesa Campus Wednesday after a threat was made against a student on Tuesday afternoon. NMSU Police are now actively searching for the woman's ex-boyfriend, Jaime Duran.

Healthy Life, Happy Life: A former food addict shares her story

Healthy Life, Happy Life Tip - Common habits that can affect your health include eating in front of the TV or computer, eating when you are stressed, dining out, not being cautious of portion sizes, and rewarding yourself with food.

Faith Leaders Rally at Texas Capitol for Gay Rights

Faith leaders from across Texas gathered Tuesday at the state Capitol, urging legislators to lift the state's ban on gay marriage and pass laws forbidding discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

Faith Leaders Rally at Texas Capitol for Gay Rights

Faith leaders from across Texas gathered Tuesday at the state Capitol, urging legislators to lift the state's ban on gay marriage and pass laws forbidding discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

Dealers Reach Out, but Tesla Slams the Door

Would Tesla Motors stumble if it sold its high-end electric cars through franchised dealerships like every other car manufacturer must in Texas? Elon Musk, the company’s CEO and a champion of disruptive technologies, seems to think so. 

Saluting a National Guard member

Wednesday's Service Salute was sent in by Laura Pennington. She wanted to honor her daughter, Kayla Ambrose. We're told she is with the National Guard stationed in Nebraska. Kayla is also a junior at Doña Ana College.

Looking for work? Here's an opportunity

Workforce Solutions Borderplex is hosting a job fair. Wednesday's job fair is targeted in the transportation, governmental & agriculture industries. There will be more than 48 employers looking to fill more than 475 jobs.