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El Paso Rhinos capture first Thorne Cup Title since 2008

El Paso Rhinos had a three-goal lead after two periods and cruised the rest of the way en route to a 7-3 win over Idaho Junior Steelheads.

Reno bats pound Chihuahuas, 9-1

The Reno Aces scored in five different innings Sunday, beating the El Paso Chihuahuas, 9-1.

Aggie Baseball Comes from Behind to Sweep Northern Colorado

The New Mexico State baseball team used a four-run ninth inning to pick up a 12-9 win over Northern Colorado, Sunday, April 6 in Greely, Colo. The Aggies swept UNCO and are now 13-8 overall and 5-4 in Western Athletic Conference play.

UTEP Soccer Remains Unbeaten In Spring Exhibition Season

Angela Cutaia posted her second goal of the exhibition spring season to help UTEP secure a 1-1 tie at New Mexico Sunday afternoon.

Winning Merlot takes $208,965 New Mexican Spring Futurity

Winning Merlot served up a sharp upset win in the $208,965 New Mexican Spring Futurity at 300 yards.

Commissioners voting on $2 million border protection fund

The El Paso County Commissioners Court could dish out close to $2 million for border protection efforts Monday.

wo former UTEP players are finalists for 2014 Basketball Hall of Fame

A pair of former UTEP players might be headed to the Basketball Hall of Fame. Nolan Richardson and Tim Hardaway are finalists for the 2014 class that will be announced Monday.

Southern New Mexico vineyards doing better than most during drought

The severe drought in the Southwest shows no end in sight, but some Borderland farmers are doing their best to fight the lack of rain.

Davis Addresses Volunteers Ahead of Canvassing Efforts

Addressing hundreds of volunteers on Saturday, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis highlighted her efforts to mobilize Texas voters and once again attacked her Republican opponent, Attorney General Greg Abbott, for being what she cal

City looking to extend contract for star on Mt. Franklin

El Paso City Council is looking to make sure the star on El Paso's Mount Franklin continues to illuminate the Sun City for at least the next five years.

Man uses knife to rob a seven eleven store

El Paso police need your help finding a man who used a knife to rob a central El Paso convenience store.      This happened on Jauary 27, minutes after 1 a.m. at the Seven Eleven on Piedras and Lebanon.

Local girl launches project to help fight childhood hunger in El Paso

For most kids in the Borderland, Sunday morning means lacing up their sneakers to head outside and play. But 10-year old Eleanor Schoenbrun traded-in her weekend for something bigger than that.

UTEP to host screening of Ruben Salazar documentary

The University of Texas at El Paso is hosting a screening of the PBS documentary about Mexican-American journalist, and El Pasoan, Ruben Salazar.  The film is called Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle.

A bell rings 1,468 times to honor victims of crime

A bell was rung 1,468 times Sunday at the Crime Victims’ Memorial Service as each name engraved on the memorial was read off. The annual service kicked off national crime victims’ awareness week.

Is hairspray still bad for the environment?

Is it weird that I have gone my whole life without using hairspray until I got into this business? Well it's true. It's not until  7 months ago, that I was introduced to hairspray.