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New Mexico woman wins car after living in it for 19 days

After a man and woman spent 19 days living together in the cramped quarters of a brand new Dodge Dart a winner has been declared.

El Paso residents already winterizing their homes

When it gets cold, business heats up for Jose Martinez. Freeze warnings issued for El Paso this week has residents and landlords wanting to get a head start on winterzing their homes.

Trakh signs two during early signing period

With the 2014-15 season opener days away, New Mexico State women’s basketball head coach Mark Trakh is already bolstering his lineup for next season, as Jeneva Toilolo and Brooke Salas both signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday t

New lanes will ease I-10 congestion in West El Paso

Drivers using I-10 in West El Paso will get some relief for congestion. TxDOT said they will be installing controller-distributor lanes between Mesa and Executive along both east and west bound lanes.

Delgado reinstated as NM State Soccer Coach

The New Mexico State University Athletics Director Dr. McKinley Boston announced the reinstatement of Aggie Soccer coach Freddy Delgado effective immediately. Delgado had been placed on administrative leave on Oct. 14.

Bowie HS teacher dies in Hudspeth County Jail

Robert Flores, a longtime Bowie English teacher, died while in the Hudspeth County Jail after an alleged public intoxication arrest earlier in the afternoon Tuesday.

Motorcyclist killed in Las Cruces crash identified by police

UPDATE: Las Cruces Police have identified 64-year-old Louie B. Espinosa of Las Cruces as the man who was killed when his Harley-Davidson crashed into a rock wall in the 1800 block of S. Main St. Tuesday night.

Man identified in Far East El Paso suspicious death

Police have identified the man killed overnight Wednesday as 36-year-old Edgar Lespron of El Paso.

Man identified in Far East El Paso suspicious death

Police have identified the man killed overnight Wednesday as 36-year-old Edgar Lespron of El Paso.

Odessa man arrested for allegedly stealing EPPD bait truck

A west Texas man was arrested in Downtown El Paso Tuesday afternoon after he allegedly took the bait, and stole a truck planted by El Paso Police in order to catch vehicle thieves.

Spreading cheer: Toddler raises awareness, money for rare genetic disorder

Lynette Sacks is just like any other toddler. She’s full of spunk and can light up a room. She also has a rare medical condition known as Chromosomal 9p deletion.

UTEP Basketball Inks Three to NLIs

The UTEP men’s basketball program added three players for the 2015-16 season and beyond on Wednesday as guard Lee Moore, forward/center Christian Romine and forward Paul Thomas signed national letters of intent with the Miners.

Appeals Court denies request to rehear Fisher v. UT

 

GRO El Paso: Free event celebrates community, culture and sustainability

The US Green Building Council in coordination with the Office of Senator Jose Rodriguez invites El Paso to a one-day sustainability outreach event called GRO (Growth, Resiliency and Opportunity).

Coldest air of season expected overnight, freeze warning issued

The National Weather Service canceled the previous Freeze Watch and has instead issued a Freeze Warning for most areas in the Borderland beginning at 3 a.m. Thursday morning and lasting until 10 a.m.