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Aggies series in North Dakota cancelled

The University of North Dakota has announced that officials have deemed the Kraft Memorial Field unplayable after a recent storm dropped additional snow.

Easter chicks, turtles bring salmonella dangers

With Easter right around the corner, the City of El Paso Department of Public Health is urging residents to avoid purchasing chicks, ducklings, and turtles as pets for their children.

City of Anthony NM gears up for spring community cleanup

The City of Anthony (NM) is gearing up for their Spring Community Cleanup, which will be held on April 12th from 8:00 a.m. until noon.

Dallas Cowboys Preseason Schedule Released

The NFL released this year’s preseason schedule Wednesday, with many specific dates still to be determined.

Jury deliberations resume in Tinoco trial

UPDATE: The jury was sequestered Wednesday evening after a little under four hours of deliberations.

Miners to Hold Annual Spring Game on Friday

The UTEP football team will top off the 2014 spring season with the annual Orange and Blue scrimmage on Friday, April 11 at 7 p.m. in the Sun Bowl.

Chihuahuas pitcher LaFromboise recalled by Padres

LHP Bobby LaFromboise became the first El Paso Chihuahuas player called up to the Major Leagues when the San Diego Padres recalled him for today’s doubleheader against the Cleveland Indians.

Rodolph Rallies with Success

Being the coach of any sports team is hard work. It takes someone with tough skin and a compassionate attitude to be successful. Living proof is New Mexico State softball head coach Kathy Rodolph.

Community invited to meet new YISD Superintendent Dr. Xavier De La Torre

Ysleta ISD is holding a welcome reception for new superintendent, Dr. Xavier De La Torre Wednesday night.

Gila National Forest participates in Grant County Trails month

More than a dozen people joined the Gila National Forest and Grant County on interpretive hikes of the cultural and historic features found within the Fort Bayard Trail System, northeast of Silver City, Saturday, April 5.

NMSU Board of Regents to hold a special meeting April 16

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents will hold a special meeting at 9:15 a.m.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Multiple accidents on I-10 Westbound

UPDATE: We have confirmed that the accident that happened on I-10 west at Porifio Diaz involved a construction vehicle and a van carrying students from EPISD's Center for Career Technology Education who were on their way to the Northwest Wa

Lower Valley Health Fair this weekend

The largest and longest-running health fair in our region is taking place this weekend. Every year the Lower Valley Health Fair in Socorro provides free information, services, and screenings to more than 4,000 attendees.

NMSU hosts workforce development summit

New Mexico State University’s School of Social Work prepares social workers for the reality of possible complexities in their chosen profession. Social workers are often advocates for children or chronically ill patients.