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NMSU offers university-wide sustainability minor

Beyond the growing trend of “going green,” New Mexico State University has caught on to the universal movement transforming the job market for graduating students – a movement that benefits the student, the university and the

Texans embracing snow despite frigid temps.

After the snowiest single month on record for New England, the west is receiving it's fair share of winter weather….but some Texans don't seem to mind.

UTEP Women win first Conference Championship in Program History

The UTEP women’s track and field team made history Thursday evening at the Birmingham CrossPlex; the women tallied 122 points, and cruised past second-place WKU (88 points) to take home the title.

Mass of Celebration will honor memory of Jesuit Priests buried at Concordia Cemetery

Twenty-eight men of the cloth. That is the number of Jesuit Priests and Brothers who are buried at the Jesuit Garden at Concordia Cemetery and this weekend, the second annual Mass of Celebration will be held in their honor.

Cascading "Foehn" Clouds over the Franklin Mountains

We have seen this cloud pheonomena a few times  in El Paso, Texas this year. Once again this morning the clouds were flowing down the western slopes of the Franklin Mountains, which divide our city.

Let's Cook: The Goat House American Craft Cafe

LET’S COOK - American cuisine with a twist. The Goat House American Craft Café is a café/coffee shop/live entertainment venue. Co-owner Jesse Maynes was in studio to share a delicious dish with us.

Ag Commissioner Says Consumers "Screwed"

Texas consumers are “getting screwed” by unscrupulous businesses — everything from gas stations to pawn shops — because the cash-strapped Department of Agriculture has not been able to perform many of its basic regulatory functions, according to n

EPFD responds to apartment fire in Central El Paso Friday morning

El Paso Fire Department responded to a condition 2 fire early this morning in Central El Paso.

Texans Split on In-State Tuition for Immigrants

In-state tuition for undocumented immigrants continues to split Texas voters on decidedly partisan lines, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.

Rose Garden opens for spring season

Spring is right around the corner which means El Paso's Rose Garden is gearing up to open its doors.

To conservatives, Cruz touts fights with own party

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — Delivering his presidential pitch Thursday to one of the largest annual conservative gatherings, U.S. Sen.

Voters will decide firefighters pay and health care benefits

Voters will decide the pay, health care insurance and drug testing for El Paso firefighters during the May 9th city election.

Thousands visit Digie during first week

El Paso’s new digital wall is proving to be a popular stop for those visiting the downtown area.

Donisthorpe Shuts Down Rebels; Aggies Win 1-0

The New Mexico State softball team kicked off play at the Alexis Park Resort Classic on Thursday night by defeating host UNLV 1-0 at Eller Media Stadium to improve to 9-7 on the season.

Living with an inmate: Part 2

Sergio Chavez and his mother Manuela say addiction has always been a problem for their family. It affected Sergio himself, and his brother Willie, now behind bars. Their saving grace, they say, is God.