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Aggies finally pick up a road victory, 70-54 at Bakersfield

Senior Remi Barry collected 20 points and sophomore Ian Baker nailed 19 points in leading New Mexico State to its first road win of the season with a 70-54 Western Athletic Conference win at CSU Bakersfield Thursday night.

Immigration support groups rally against federal immigration lawsuit

The Equal Voice Network, a coalition of immigration support groups around the Rio Grande Valley, is let their voices be heard outside the Brownsville Federal Courthouse Thursday morning.

Parents organize to protest possible closing of Beall Elementary in South El Paso

Beall Elementary in South El Paso is one of the schools in the El Paso Independent School District at risk of being closed due to low enrollment

Local boxer could meet former champ on Friday Night Fights

Abie Han could be on the verge of a career defining bout.

Bowie set to host 37th Bowie Wrestling Invitational

The entire southwest is gearing up for one of the largest high school wrestling meets in the region.  Bowie High School will host the 37th Bowie Invitational, which will feature 35 schools from Texas, Arizona and New Mexico. 

Miners return to court with coach back from surgery

The UTEP women's basketball team picked up a stunning win at Southern Miss (71-59) Saturday, so stunning because the Golden Eagles were undefeated in Conference... and that the Miners were without their head coach.

NMSU track & field prepares for first indoor meet

The New Mexico State track and field team prepares to travel to Lubbock, Texas to compete at the Texas Tech Open for their first indoor meet of the season on Friday, Jan. 16.

'Sun City on Tap' beer festival this weekend

More than100 releases from some of America's best craft breweries will be on tap this weekend as part of "Sun City on Tap."  Attendees will receive 8 initial samples with their souvenir sampling glass and the opportunity to p

Immunize El Paso continues to offer flu vaccine county-wide

Based on historical data, flu infection rates have not yet reached its peak for influenza activity, however this season has already turned out to be the worst it has been in over 5 years.

The world's longest slip n' slide coming to El Paso for a day

You will soon be able to slide your way across part of the Sun City, as one of the world's largest slip n' slides is coming to town.

Boxer pleads not guilty in 4th DWI case

Boxer Antonio Escalante Jr. pleaded not guilty in court Thursday in his fourth drunk driving arrest of 2014. The boxer's latest arrest came in early December.

Secretary of Defense returns to Fort Bliss for farewell tour

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel visited Fort Bliss on Thursday, the last stop on his three day farewell tour.   He spoke the Sergeants Major Academy about the importance of leadership

Why Do Weather Guys Over 40 Give Blood?

Better question: Why should all men over 40 consider giving blood regularly? Easy... it helps men shed the extra iron that can build up in their blood.

Family displaced after fire engulfs Berino home

A Berino family is homeless today after a fire fully engulfed their home Wednesday morning.