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Bond reduced for Fort Bliss soldier accused in Constable death

A Fort Bliss soldier charged in connection with the death of an El Paso county constable may soon get out of jail.

Mimbela takes on claims he's interfering with Villegas case

A big player in El Paso's construction world, John Mimbela's name can be found at work sites all over the Sun City.

EPPD identifies man killed while working on truck in Central El Paso parking lot

El Paso Police have identified the 31-year-old man killed while working on a truck in the parking lot at Providence Memorial Hospital on Monday as Jose Trujillo of El Paso.

LCPD searching for men who robbed victim at knifepoint

It has probably happened to you dozens of times, you're walking to your car when a stranger approaches to ask if you have any loose change.

Operation Desert Snow nets five Dona Ana County fugitives

Dona Ana County Sheriff's deputies in conjunction with the U.S.

Grant available for Las Cruces area filmmakers

Aspiring filmmakers may want to investigate the Roy W. Dean Spring Grant, which is now accepting applications. The deadline for grant applications is April 30.

Miners prep for first place showdown with LA Tech

After getting outclassed by the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs at the Don Haskins Center nearly two months ago, the UTEP Miners will look to return the favor when they make their first trip to Ruston, La. in a decade on Thursday night.

El Pasoan named to USA Under-17 national team

U.S. Under-17 Men's National Team head coach Richie Williams has named the 20-player roster that will represent the USA at the 2015 CONCACAF U-17 Championship. The U.S. opens Group A play against Cuba on Friday, Feb.

Indoor Conference Championships Slated to Start Thursday

After weather conditions postponed the start of 2015 Conference USA Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships today, events are slated to begin Thursday morning at 10 a.m. (MT).

Aggie Football Adds New O-Line Coach

With the departure of former offensive line coach Walt Wells, who took an assistant head coaching job with Eastern Kentucky University, New Mexico State football head coach Doug Martin announced the hiring of a new offensive-line coach on Wedne

SISD pays for all high school juniors to take SAT exam

Wednesday was a very important day for the Junior class in all Socorro Independent School District Schools.

NMSU Baseball plays home opener Friday

The New Mexico State baseball team beings its 2015 home schedule against Incarnate Word on Friday, Feb. 27 at the newly renovated Presley Askew Field. The Aggies will host the Cardinals in a three-game series beginning on Friday at 6 p.m.

Aggie Softball Heads to Las Vegas for UNLV Tournament

The New Mexico State softball team continues pre-conference tournament play with a trip to Las Vegas, Nev., to participate in the Alexis Park Resort Classic hosted by UNLV, to be played from Thursday through Sunday.

LCPD urging citizens to stop leaving keys in unattended cars on chilly mornings

Some Las Cruces residents are nearly giving thieves the keys to their cars.

Lawmakers Push "Right to Try" Experimental Drugs

It’s kind of like Dallas Buyers Club: A group of sick Texans is seeking to gain access to experimental drugs — only this time, a flurry of s