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Clint sophomore named Athlete of the Week!

This week's Student Athlete of the Week, presented by Subway, is Clint sophomore track and field athlete Isabel Herrera.  Isabel won the 300M Hurdles and the Long Jump last weekend at the El Dorado High School track and field meet at t

Want to sing the National Anthem at a Chihuahuas game?

The Chihuahuas are seeking National Anthem and God Bless America singers to perform at home games.

YISD students, teachers display artwork on hand-painted shovels

A group of hand-painted shovels are now on display at La Galeria De La Mision De Senecu, 8455 Alameda Ave

El Paso City Council adopts 2015 public art plan

El Paso City Council today approved six new public art projects which will improve the visual image of neighborhoods across the city.

Abbott, Senate leaders tout road funding plans

The day before Texas lawmakers begin considering a major transportation bill, state leaders made a concerted push for the measure as part of a larger effort to boost much-needed highway funding.

Texas Senate leaders propose $4.6 billion in tax breaks

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Contract employee dies in industrial accident at new WBAMC site

A contract worker with Midwest Steel, Inc. died this morning in an industrial accident at the construction site of the new William Beaumont Army Medical Center in East Bliss.

Americas HS students honor alumni with safe driving campaign

The Christmas Eve car crash that killed three young adults is the reason why Americas High School Students created a Safety Driving Campaign.

Santa Fe Street to close for resurfacing

Several projects currently underway along the Santa Fe Street Corridor in Downtown El Paso will improve the area’s visual image while enhancing pedestrian safety and connectivity.

Fort Hood soldier fatally shoots 3, kills self

A Fort Hood soldier killed two neighbors before fatally shooting his wife and then himself in an off-post domestic dispute, police said.

UTEP ready to defend Indoor T&F title

The UTEP track and field team will look to have its best performance of the indoor campaign this week at the Conference USA Championships held at the Birmingham CrossPlex.

Rhinos to host charity 'head shaving' event

The El Paso Rhinos hockey team in El Paso, Texas, will host a St. Baldrick’s Foundation signature head-shaving event to raise funds and awareness for lifesaving childhood cancer research on Saturday, Feb. 28.

UTEP volleyball to kick off spring 'friendly' season

The UTEP volleyball team will travel to Albuquerque, N.M. on Saturday to scrimmage the New Mexico Lobos starting at 11 a.m. MT in the Johnson Center.

NMSU swimming and diving gears up for WAC Championships

The New Mexico State swimming and diving team returns to the pool Wednesday, Feb. 25 for the first day of the 2015 WAC Championships at Palo Alto College.

City of El Paso breaks ground on Yucca Park basketball court

By this fall, residents of several Mission Valley neighborhoods will have a new place to play basketball, thanks to the latest project to enhance El Paso’s quality of life by improving Yucca Park.