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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.

Deregulating Tuition Slowed Increase, Universities Say

Riled up about tuition costs at state colleges and universities, some lawmakers are eager to dump a 2003 law that allows institutions and university systems to set their own tuition.

Battle of I-10 resumes on the softball field

The UTEP softball team will renew its rivalry against NM State, as the two programs will meet for the 33rd time since the series started in 2004.

Miners ready to take on Murray State in NIT

The UTEP men’s basketball team will be making its first NIT appearance in four years this week, but there’s a totally different feel from the last time the Miners participated in the nation’s oldest college basketball postseas

NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament tickets on sale

Fans wishing to purchase tickets for Saturday’s NCAA Tournament women’s basketball game matching New Mexico State versus Maryland in College Park, Md., may do so at the Pan American Ticket Office beginning today at 11 a.m.

NMSU women's golf travels to Tucson for Wildcat Invitational

The New Mexico State women is sitting in eighth place out of 15 teams with a 297 after one round of play at the 2015 Arizona Wildcat Invitational in Tucson, Ariz.

In Texas, a Focused Jeb Bush Stood Out From the Crowd

Before Jeb Bush was a likely White House contender, or the governor of Florida, or a wealthy real estate broker, a banker, a college tennis player or even a pot-smoking prep school student — before all of that, he was in the newsp

Health Check March 17th

Scientists at Boston Children's Hospital say low vaccination rates are responsible for the spread of measles that began in Disneyland late last year. Plus, vitamins and supplements are not just for adults anymore.

Texas senate approves open carry of handguns

 

Children's home unveils new sports court

Some of the Borderland’s most vulnerable children now have a new place to help them forget about their troubles.

Second woman claims she was assaulted at Las Cruces senior living center

A second woman at a Las Cruces senior living center claims she was inappropriately touched by a man accused of raping a resident with multiple sclerosis.

Family and classmates of missing students in Mexico march in El Paso

Family, classmates and supporters are journeying across the US to bring justice for the 43 Mexican students who went missing in the state of Guerrero last September. One of the three caravans stopped in El Paso Monday. 

We'll Be Seein' Green... on the Radar!!

March 17th is St. Patrick's Day. It's the day we all become a little Irish and celebrate the Roman Catholic feast day of the patron saint of Ireland. St. Patrick died on March 17, 461.