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NMSU baseball gives up two late runs and falls to #20 Oregon

The New Mexico State baseball team (0-5) gave up two runs late in the game to fall to No. 20 Oregon (4-1) by the score of 3-1 at PK Park in Eugene, Ore., Thursday, Feb. 19.

Aggies clinch top seed in WAC Tournament with victory

The New Mexico State Aggies used a 13-2 run over the last five minutes of the first half to break through a stubborn Utah Valley defense and never trailed again as the Aggies grabbed a 51-38 Western Athletic Conference victory Thursday night.

Windy Friday and Saturday? Blame the Jet Stream

The image above may seem like a beautiful piece of modern art that should be hanging in a fashionable museum, but to a meteorologist... it spells WIND.

NMSU women inch closer to a WAC title

The New Mexico State women’s basketball team defeated Utah Valley, 67-62, on Thursday night inside the Pan American Center to inch closer to its first conference title in 20 years.

State exams once again target of Texas lawmakers

Texas lawmakers took aim at the state's standardized testing system Thursday as they considered a proposal to allow high school seniors to graduate even if they fail state exams.

More than 5,000 El Pasoans to receive a pay raise

Hundreds of Wal-Mart employees in El Paso are getting a pay raise.

Traffic Alert: City closes Montwood between McRae and Wedgewood

The City of El Paso will temporarily close Montwood Drive to all traffic between McRae Boulevard and Wedgewood Drive beginning on Monday, February 23, 2015.

NMSU Baseball to face #20 Oregon tonight

The New Mexico State baseball team takes on No. 20 Oregon State this week in a four game series at PK Park in Eugene, Ore. Game one of the series is set for, Thursday, Feb. 19 at 7 p.m.

Biomedical Research facility breaks ground at Medical Center of the Americas

El Paso is taking its first steps in biomedical research.

Source: Layoffs and resignations impacting El Paso area University of Phoenix campuses

Layoffs and resignations are impacting an El Paso area college. Instructors at the University of Phoenix tell NewsChannel 9 that several top Administrators have either been laid off or have resigned in recent weeks.

Miners prepare to race past Roadrunners Saturday

Riding a season-long six-game winning streak, the UTEP men’s basketball team will play its first game in a week on Saturday when it hosts UTSA at 7 p.m.

US Bowling Congress to hold special events

2015 USBC OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS VENUE TO HOST SPECIAL EVENTS

Aggies to face top 25 teams in Arizona

The New Mexico State softball team hits the road for the first time this season as the squad heads to Tempe, Ariz., to participate in the Diamond Devil Invitational hosted by Arizona State University, Feb. 20-22.

DACC East Mesa Campus evacuated due to bomb threat

For the second time in a week, students at Dona Ana Community College East Mesa Campus are being asked to evacuate campus. This time, due to a bomb threat.

NMSU's #10 Equestrian team to host Alabama, West Texas A&M

The No.10-ranked New Mexico State equestrian returns to competition Friday and Saturday with exciting action against Alabama and West Texas A&M at the New Mexico State Equestrian Center.