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Two new sports fields completed in East El Paso

Local leaders celebrated the completion of two sports fields in East El Paso Thursday. The two lighted fields are located near the baseball field at Blackie Chesher Park, and were built at a cost of about $1 million.

Texas Medical Board disciplines two area doctors

The Texas Medical Board released their July  2014 disciplinary actions report which shows one El Paso doctor is facing actions related to physician patient communication and alleged misuse of hospital equipment.

McNally named Socorro boys basketball coach

Socorro High School needed a boys basketball varsity head coach, and they didn't have to look far...

International Jugglers' Association selects El Paso as Festival Site

Destination El Paso is pleased to announce that El Paso has been selected as the site of the 69th Annual International Jugglers’ Association Festival, scheduled for July 24-31, 2016.

El Paso Artspace project receives funding

The Artspace El Paso project cleared a major hurdle Thursday afternoon at the Texas Capitol in Austin.

Green named new NMSU baseball coach

New Mexico State University Athletics Director Dr. McKinley Boston announced on Friday, July 25 that Brian Green will be the 10th head coach in NM State baseball program history.

Jones Garners All-C-USA Preseason Selection

Junior Talia Jones was selected to the 2014 Conference USA Preseason Volleyball team as voted by the league’s 15 head coaches, the league office announced Thursday.

Chihuahuas Win Second Straight in Las Vegas

Las Vegas native Donn Roach didn’t allow any earned runs in his 5.2 innings start at Cashman Field on Wednesday, as the El Paso Chihuahuas beat the Las Vegas 51s, 8-5.

NM woman claims ex stabbed dog, marinated it in Italian dressing

A New Mexico man is accused of stabbing a puppy to death and marinating its remains in the freezer. The man's ex-girlfriend said he's talked about barbecuing one of her dogs before, but she always thought it was a joke.

Fort Davis National Historic Site hosts living history museum grand opening

Fort Davis National Historic Site, one of the best remaining examples of a United States Army fort in the southwestern United States will be hosting a big festival at the end of August.

Donna Wagner named interim dean of NMSU College of Health and Social Services

Donna L. Wagner has been named interim dean of the New Mexico State University College of Health and Social Services.

Sandbags available at Las Cruces Fire Stations

The National Weather Service is calling for a 60 percent chance of precipitation through Saturday night and 50 percent on Sunday. In the event of flooding, the Las Cruces Fire Department is making sandbags available to Las Cruces residents.

Rule changes address contraceptive devices

 

Surgeon General issues skin cancer warning

Five million people are treated for skin cancer every year, more than any other cancers combined. 

Texas teen burned in 'fire challenge'

Bored teenagers and social media add up to a painful outcome for a 14-year-old boy in Crosby, Texas.