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Monday, August 25, 2014 - 5:28pm

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Half a million fans attend Southwest University Park

With an announced attendance of 8,198, the Chihuahuas have reached a new milestone tonight, as they are proud to announce that more than 500,000 fans have officially entered the Southwest University Park gates to watch a Chihuahuas game, becomi

NMSU football takes Ice Bucket Challenge

The New Mexico State football team participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness for ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) after practice on Monday, Aug. 18.

A confident Rick Perry hits the road after indictment

Texas Gov. Rick Perry is scheduled to be in court on Friday, but he won't be there. Instead, he'll be testing the waters for a possible presidential run.

No charges filed in northeast El Paso stabbing

No charges were pressed in a northeast El Paso stabbing Tuesday. El Paso police officers said around 5:30 p.m. a 58-year-old man and 49-year-old man got into a fight at the apartment complex at 6350 Deer in northeast El Paso.

Second case of West Nile confirmed in El Paso

 El Paso residents should be aware of those pesky blood-suckers. The City of El Paso Department of Public Health has announced today that a second person has tested positive for the West Nile virus (WNV) infection.

Second case of West Nile confirmed in El Paso

 El Paso residents should be aware of those pesky blood-suckers. The City of El Paso Department of Public Health has announced today that a second person has tested positive for the West Nile virus (WNV) infection.

Social media outpouring of sympathy following ‘Candy Lady’ death

 A flood of sympathy poured through social media following the death of the beloved Downtown El Paso street vendor known simply as the 'Candy Lady’.

Social media outpouring of sympathy following ‘Candy Lady’ death

 A flood of sympathy poured through social media following the death of the beloved Downtown El Paso street vendor known simply as the 'Candy Lady’.

Horizon City residents speak out against steepest tax hike proposed in years

Taxpayers gathered Tuesday night at Horizon City Hall to discuss a budget proposal that would raise the property tax rate $0.11 for every $100 of a home’s value, from $0.32 to $0.43.

A&M announces Spanish sports radio network for Aggies

 

Operation H.O.P.E. continues to lend a helping hand to our community

Wednesday's Service Salute was a very special one. We honored members and volunteers with Operation H.O.P.E.

Getting you ready to head back to school with easy, healthy meals

We all know that school days can be busy, with everything from homework to parents at work. There’s not always time to make a hearty meal, but there are ways to make a healthy dinner even with all the rush. SIMPLE RECIPES:

Things to keep in mind as you drive through a school zone

Schools are back in session which means those school zones are congested in the mornings and in the afternoons.

UPDATE: Woman hit by vehicle has life threatening injuries

UPDATE: A woman is hospitalized with life threatening injuries early this morning at the intersection of Lee Trevinio and Edgemer at aroun 5:45 a.m.

Las Cruces teen headed to burn center following lightning strike

A 13-year-old Las Cruces boy will be transferred to a burn center following a lightning strike during 8th grade football practice at Picacho Middle School, according to police.