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Miners Notes: UTEP to face Murray State Tuesday

UTEP is one of 32 teams selected to the 2015 National Invitation Tournament (NIT). The Miners (22-10, 13-5 C-USA) are a sixth seed and will play at third seed Murray State (27-5, 16-0 Ohio Valley Conference) on Tuesday at 7 p.m. MT.

Small gas explosion in UTEP Union sends employee to hospital with minor injuries

A UTEP Facilities employee was taken to the hospital Monday afternoon after a small explosion inside of an oven in the UTEP Union East building.

Small gas explosion in UTEP Union sends employee to hospital with minor injuries

A UTEP Facilities employee was taken to the hospital Monday afternoon after a small explosion inside of an oven in the UTEP Union East building.

Matilda the beloved camel dies, Samson to carry on her mission

For almost a decade, she was an attraction within an attraction, but we have some sad news to pass along about the Borderland's most famous camel.

Sanctuary Cities bill back in play in Texas Senate

 

NMSU junior named WAC Hitter of the Week

New Mexico State junior softball player Fiana Finau has been named the Western Athletic Conference Hitter of the Week for the week of Mar. 9-15, the conference announced Monday.

Mexican national arrested after allegedly smuggling $160k worth of cocaine through Presidio port

A Mexican national was arrested at the Presidio port of entry Thursday evening after he allegedly attempted to smuggle over five pounds of cocaine through the port inside the battery of a 2002 Ford Escape.

Americans exposed to Ebola patient return from Africa for monitoring

Three more American aid workers who were exposed to Ebola in Sierra Leone are due to arrive back in the United States on Monday for monitoring. None of them are sick or known to be infected with the disease.

Bond reduced for Border Patrol agent accused of shooting man in the head

The bond was reduced from $300,000 to $50,000 Monday morning in Judge Luis Aguilar's 243rd District Court. $20,000 of that bond was a surety bond and $30,000 personal reconnaissance.

Real estate heir Robert Durst says he 'killed them all'

He admitted to shooting and dismembering his neighbor, but was acquitted of murder. He was suspected in his first wife's disappearance, but no one could pin him to it.

Texas Urged to Crack Down on Employers That Misclassify Workers

Workers’ rights groups in Texas are revamping their efforts to increase protections for low-income laborers by urging lawmakers to crack down on employers that intentionally misclassify their employees.

Texas Urged to Crack Down on Employers That Misclassify Workers

Workers’ rights groups in Texas are revamping their efforts to increase protections for low-income laborers by urging lawmakers to crack down on employers that intentionally misclassify their employees.

Health Check March 16th

Are you noticing you're paying more at the pharmacy? Analysts say it may be just the beginning, especially for specialty medications.

Dairy Queen is giving away ice cream

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Here's a tasty way to start your week. Dairy Queen is offering free cones of vanilla soft-serve ice cream Monday in honor of its 75th anniversary.