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GECU presents 7th Annual Chalk the Block Public Arts Festival kicks off October 10th

On October 10-12, 2014, the City of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department (MCAD) in partnership with the El Paso Community Foundation will host the 7th Annual Chalk the Block Public Arts Festival sponsored by GECU.

NMSU guard named publication's Preseason WAC Player of the Year

College Sports Madness announced on Thursday that New Mexico State senior guard Daniel Mullings is its Preseason Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year.

Ebola test results come back negative on Dallas County deputy

UPDATE: According to DSHS, testing of the specimen submitted by Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital was completed on Thursday with a negative result for Ebola.

MountainStar Sports launches MLS campaign

MountainStar Sports Group announced today that it has gone live with initiatives aimed at fostering grassroots support to bring Major League Soccer (MLS) to the Borderplex region.

Iron Boy Fighters visit El Paso Children's Hospital

Today, four Iron Boy 16 fighters visited kids at El Paso Children's Hospital, and Iron Boy Promotions plans to make an ongoing commitment to assisting in hospital events and visiting the kids.

Ground breaks Thursday for Campbell Apartments near Downtown

A South El Paso neighborhood near Downtown will see a brand new apartment building rise within about twelve months, just one block south of Paisano Drive.

UTEP volleyball hits the road

The UTEP volleyball (2-14, 0-5 C-USA) team will round out a four-match road swing as it faces off against UAB on Friday at 6 p.m. (MT) and Middle Tennessee on Sunday at 12 p.m. Live stats

New Zealand volleyball star finds home at NMSU

At first glance, outside hitter Andrea Tauai (pronounced like Hawai’i but with a ‘T’ as she will let you know) of the New Mexico State volleyball team seems like just another solid addition to an already talented team, but a d

NMSU soccer preps for four game homestand

After a three-game road swing the New Mexico State soccer team returns to Las Cruces for a four-game home stand. The Aggies play host to Kansas City Friday afternoon for a 3 p.m. (MDT) start and Chicago State Sunday morning for an 11 a.m.

UPDATE: Motorcyclist dies from injuries sustained in crash

UPDATE: Las Cruces Police confirmed that 74-year-old Raymond H. Jones died on Wednesday afternoon at UMC in El Paso as a result of injuries sustained in the crash on Triviz drive last Thursday.

Auto thefts on the rise in El Paso

The El Paso Police Department say that auto thefts are on the rise in El Paso since the beginning of the year, compared with the same time period last year.

Two more babies test positive for TB, total stands at 8

Two more babies have tested positive for tuberculosis, bringing the total number of positive tests to eight, according to EP Public Health Officials.

Tricky Falls to host 'Gearage Sale' this Sunday

Musicians and gear heads are invited to participate in Tricky Falls ‘Gearage Sale’ where anyone that has music gear such as guitar amps, microphones, drums, guitars, DJ gear, PA systems, lighting, etc.

Probation officer killed in crash, union says supervisor partly to blame

An El Paso probation officer involved in a weekend crash has died , and representatives from the local union for probation officers say it's a crash that never should have happened.

Looking for something to do this weekend??

THURSDAY History Happy Hour October 9 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. El Paso Museum of History 510 N. Santa Fe St. $6 Admission Free for Members