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Planned hotel near Las Cruces Convention Center has city hopeful

More construction is in the works at NMSU. But this time it’s not a classroom building or a dorm that will be built. Plans to build a new hotel next to the Las Cruces Convention Center are underway.

Sculpture removed from Country Club roundabout

A $70,000 public art sculpture that includes hundreds of guns was set to be the finishing touch on a new Country Club Road roundabout. But it's already being removed.

Chapin State Champ named Athlete of the Week

Andy O'Brien became Chapin's first ever state champion in Wrestling...

UTEP promotes graduate assistant football coach

The UTEP football team promoted graduate assistant Weston Glaser to nickel and safeties coach on Tuesday.

Aggies Hold Pep Rally

All fans of the New Mexico State Aggies are encouraged to wish the team luck as the Aggies leave for their fourth straight NCAA Tournament on Wednesday morning.

Las Cruces PAL to 'Three Crosses Boxing Invitational'

The Las Cruces Police Athletic League (PAL) Boxing Club and the Fraternal Order of Eagles is proud to announce the “Three Crosses Boxing Invitational”, an amateur boxing event featuring youth boxers and open amateurs from around the

Decapitated body found floating near South Padre Island

A headless body was found by fishermen in the Laguna Madre near South Padre Island.

Aggies to host Miners in spring scrimmage

The New Mexico State volleyball team will host UTEP in a scrimmage on Thursday, March 19 at 6 p.m. (MT) in the Pan American Center.

Aggies host Western NM on senior day

The New Mexico State men’s tennis team will play its final home dual-match of the season against Western New Mexico on Wednesday at 2 p.m., at the NM State Tennis Center.

Alamogordo man suspected of embezzling funds from area Lodge arrested

An Alamogordo man has been charged with Embezzlement after someone reported a possible case of embezzlement at the Alamogordo Fraternal Lodge.

This week in NMSU Athletics

The New Mexico State athletics department has a lot of events to follow this week, highlighted by the 2015 NCAA Basketball Tournaments in which both the men’s and women’s teams will be participating in.

President Obama meets with Cabrera, other urban school leaders

Cabrera was one of eight superintendents who were invited by the President to discuss the reauthorization of the No Child Left Behind Act and other important education matters.

Bill creating Graduation Panels Passes Texas Senate

  High school seniors who have failed their state exams may still have a shot at earning a diploma. A bill providing them a way around the requirement continues to advance in the Texas Legislature.

UTEP named one of best colleges in the South

Students seeking an affordable, quality education may not need to look much further than their own back yard.