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Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding coming back to El Paso

Bull Riding Icon, El Paso native, Tuff Hedeman, and Championship Bull Riding (CBR) will return to El Paso for the 10th year, Saturday, February 7th, 2015.

UTEP and NMSU to tangle in Las Cruces

The New Mexico State Aggies (3-5) continue Rivalry Week as they face the return game of the Battle of I-10 by hosting the UTEP Miners Saturday night at the Pan American Center.

Miners to host Houston Baptist Saturday afternoon

UTEP will play at home for the second time this week when it locks up with Houston Baptist at 2 p.m. MST Saturday. The Miners (3-2) downed Eastern New Mexico, 84-49, on Dec.

Woman killed in overnight crash identified as Arizona native

El Paso Police are investigating a serious crash that took the life of a woman overnight. Police say that 56-year-old Elizabeth Smoka-Korems of Mohave Valley, Arizona was killed in the crash.

Cold Weather Trapped Smog, Ugly & Unhealthy

I am sure you have noticed a smoky, light brown haze hanging over our city the past couple mornings. Yesterday, Thursday morning's smoky haze cloud was at its thickest because of the colder air that had settled in.

Former Texas justice of peace convicted of murder, could face death

(CNN) -- Eric Williams, a former justice of the peace in Texas accused of killing two prosecutors, could soon be sentenced to death after being convicted of capital murder.

As holiday travel amps up, so does demand for passports

An improving economy and lower gas prices have given a boost to the holiday travel season.

New Mexico Health Department reports third Hantavirus death

The New Mexico Department of Health announced today a 28-year-old man from McKinley County has died of Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS). A 49-year-old man from Otero County is still hospitalized with HPS but is improving.

Audio: Officials release 911 tapes in FSU shooting

Emergency calls detailed the frantic moments at Florida State University after a gunman started shooting last month.

Arizona murder suspect apprehended in Alamogordo

A wanted couple out of Tempe, Arizona were arrested in Alamogordo Thursday.

'Caring Santa' event for kids with special needs

Cielo Vista Mall invites children with special needs and their families for a special photo experience with Caring Santa in an environment set up to support the sensory, physical, and other developmental needs of kids with all abilities.

Dona Ana Community College selects new VP for Academic Affairs

Dona Ana Community College President Dr. Renay Scott today announced that Dr. Mónica Torres, has been selected as Vice President of Academic Affairs (VPAA) at DACC. She is 54 years old. Torres will begin December 16, 2014.

Tighter Spending Cuts May Keep Billions Out of Budget

 

Historic Governor's mansion to be tweaked for Abbott

 

Historic Governor's Mansion to Be Tweaked for Abbott