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Alcohol use in U.S-Mexico border states

The Borderland has a drinking problem -- and a UTEP professor is trying to find out why.

Alcohol use in U.S-Mexico border states

The Borderland has a drinking problem -- and a UTEP professor is trying to find out why.

Taxpayers foot the bill for undocumented immigrants emergency visits

With the flood of immigrants comes a flood of health problems. Many are being treated at the border after crossing in the U.S. and you, the taxpayer may be footing the bill.

One More 100º Hot Day Before Monsoon Storms Arrive!

El Paso hit º today  which is the 20th day we reached or exceeded the 100º mark fthis year, 19th day this month! We have already see a hot start to our summer and we are still behind in the rainfall department. Great News!

Supreme Court 'Hobby Lobby ruling' fueling debate in El Paso

A decision from the nation's highest court is stirring debate in the Borderland over women's rights.

POWER OUTAGE: Approximately 600 EPE customers without power in Central El Paso

El Paso Electric confirms that approximately 637 customers are without power at this hour following an outage in Central El Paso near Trowbridge and Montana.

El Paso's Anamarc College experiencing 'temporary cash flow' problems

Students at a local college say they're worried about their futures after their financial aid checks bounced. Anamarc college is a local two-year college which offers nursing and vocational nursing certificates.

Aggies get soaked for charity

New Mexico State women’s basketball assistant coaches Tamara Inoue, Cecilia Russell-Nava and Aarika Hughes were soaked with a cooler of ice cold water for the #Chillin4Charity Cold Water Challenge to raise money for the Kay Yow Cancer Fun

July 4th Borderland events

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NMSU biology professor helps students discover their potential

After 22 years at New Mexico State University, Regents Professor Elba Serrano’s philosophy about student success remains rooted in the beliefs that have nurtured her own career.

Body found near border ID'd as 11-year-old Guatemalan boy

A decomposed body found in Texas near the border with Mexico earlier this month has been identified as an 11-year-old undocumented immigrant from Guatemala, the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office said Monday.

79 Aggies named Academic All-WAC

The 2014 academic All-WAC baseball, softball, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams have been announced by the Western Athletic Conference, in ad

Oktoberfest returns to Fort Bliss, tickets on sale in August

Oktoberfest will continue at Fort Bliss this year, despite the exit of the German Air Force, which used to host the event.

EPFD truck causes partial collapse of EPPD Headquarters' garage

An official with El Paso Fire Department has confirmed that an EPFD Truck was involved in a partial collapse of the El Paso Police Department Headquarters parking garage located at 911 Raynor in Central El Paso.

UTEP runner named C-USA Male Athlete of the Year

Three-time national champion Anthony Rotich was named the 2013-2014 Conference USA Male Athlete of the Year as announced by C-USA Commissioner Britton Banowsky on Monday.