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Saturday, December 27, 2014 - 4:10pm

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El Paso funeral director now facing 79 felony charges

An El Paso funeral home director was arrested for a second time Friday after more human remain allegedly turned up in cemeteries where they weren't supposed to be buried.

Tocando and soccer & reading club concert at Hart Elementary School

 On Wednesday, December 17, 5pm at Hart Elementary School, the Tocando Community Music Project and the Soccer & Reading Club will present a joint concert of music and readers’ theater.

UTEP women to meet New Mexico Sunday

After taking a break for finals, UTEP (3-3) will head up the road to play at I-25 rival New Mexico (1-7) at 2 p.m. MST Sunday December 14 inside WisePies Arena (The Pit).

Man charged with two counts of animal cruelty involving puppies

A west El Paso man is charged with two counts of Cruelty to Non Livestock Animals in two separate incidents.

UTEP football near top of most improved teams

The UTEP football team is headed to the ninth annual Gildan New Mexico Bowl. The Miners (7-5, 5-3 C-USA) will face Utah State (9-4, 6-2 MWC) on Saturday, Dec. 20 at 12:20 p.m. at University Stadium in Albuquerque.

20 undocumented aliens, 500 pounds of marijuana seized seized by Border Patrol

Border Patrol agents near Deming, New Mexico made a huge bust Thursday after they were able to intercept a stolen truck, 28 illegal border crossers and 500 pounds of marijuana near the Mexico border after a dramatic desert chase.

NMSU to conclude six-game homestand

The New Mexico State women’s basketball team (2-5) will cap off six-straight games inside the Pan American Center by hosting North Dakota State and Cal Poly in a span of three days.

Reel Review: 'Wild' and "The Theory of Everything'

With Awards Season right around the corner, each week, the cream will rise to the top in Hollywood with the finest movies of year set for launch.

Judge Allows Texas' Ban on Same-Sex Marriage to Continue

A judge on Friday declined to lift a stay that is preventing same-sex marriage in Texas.

Dia de la Virgen de Guadalupe festivities go from dusk to dawn

In El Paso masses and Matachine performances started before the sun came up.

Scholarship announced for departing NMSU A.D.

A new endowed scholarship was announced Thursday to honor retiring New Mexico State Director of Athletics Dr. McKinley Boston.

NMSU coaches to hold clinics at THE BASE

NMSU Head Baseball Coach and staff will be conducting BRIAN GREEN BASEBALL CAMPS at THE BASE on Sunday, December 14. This is an all skills 1-day camp from 10a.m. - 1p.m. Ages 12-18 Cost: $50

Rotich named C-USA Cross Country Athlete of Year

Anthony Rotich was voted the Conference USA Male Cross Country Athlete of the Year by the league’s head coaches as announced by the league office on Friday.

Teen suffers serious injuries after being struck in front of Ysleta HS

El Paso Police confirm that 14-year-old Paola Munoz, a freshman at Ysleta High School, was hit by a driver as she crossed the street in front of Ysleta HS Thursday night.