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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.

UTEP assistant marching band director receives state recognition

A UTEP faculty member is receiving state recognition for his work Assistant marching band director and horn professor Richard Lambrecht has been named Texas Bandmaster of the Year.

NM Senate passes bill easing weed penalties

Marijuana is now at least one step closer to becoming decriminalized in New Mexico. Over the weekend, the state Senate passed a bill, with a 21-20 vote, to reduce the penalties for having small amounts of the drug.

NM Senate passes bill easing weed penalties

Marijuana is now at least one step closer to becoming decriminalized in New Mexico. Over the weekend, the state Senate passed a bill, with a 21-20 vote, to reduce the penalties for having small amounts of the drug.

Price leads El Paso Athlete Hall of Fame inductees

Mike Price led UTEP football for nearly a decade, brought Washignton State to national prominence in the Sun Bowl and Rose Bowl, and leads a class of seven in this year's El Paso Athletic Hall of Fame class.

Special ed students to compete in annual James Butler Spring Games

The James Butler Spring Games, one of Socorro Independent School District’s biggest events of the school year, will be March 25 at the SAC.

Varekai descends into the Don Haskins Center

A dormant volcano, a mystical forest and an ancient prophecy... The adventure of Icarus begins.

Texas Senate Approves Open Carry of Handguns

A bill lifting some of the state's restrictions on handguns cleared the Texas Senate along a party line vote of 20 to 11 Monday.

First of 10 Apache units convert at Fort Bliss

There was major celebrations at Fort Bliss today, as the 1-501st Apache Battalion officially reflagged as the 3rd Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regiment.

Aggie women earn #16 seed in NCAA's

The New Mexico State women’s basketball team is officially dancing for the first time in 27 years as the Western Athletic Conference regular season and tournament champions were selected by the NCAA Tournament Committee as a 16th seed in

UTEP assistant takes job with the Vikings

UTEP assistant coach Robert Rodriguez announced via twitter Sunday night that he has accepted a defensive coaching position in the NFL with the Minnesota Vikings.  The Vikings head coach is Mike Zimmer, and the coaching staff features form

Miners Notes: UTEP to face Murray State Tuesday

UTEP is one of 32 teams selected to the 2015 National Invitation Tournament (NIT). The Miners (22-10, 13-5 C-USA) are a sixth seed and will play at third seed Murray State (27-5, 16-0 Ohio Valley Conference) on Tuesday at 7 p.m. MT.