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Supreme Court to decide what a billboard is worth

  It's been eight years since the state condemned land and cleared away two billboards standing in the way of an expanding Interstate 10 in Houston.

Lab supervisor who may have handled Ebola samples quarantined on cruse ship

A Dallas health worker is under voluntary quarantine on board a Carnival cruise ship in the Caribbean. The U.S. State Department says the person may have handled lab specimens from Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan, who died.

Who is the 'clipboard guy'?

He's been dubbed "Clipboard Guy", the man that stood, without protective gear, amazingly close to Ebola patient Amber Vinson as she was being transported to Atlanta's Emory Hospital.

Creative Italian dishes that are easy to make

Creamy Artichoke Sauce Ingredients: - 8 oz artichoke hearts, liquid reserved                  

Man arrested for allegedly performing sexual acts with toy at department store

A Florida man is behind bars after he allegedly performed sexual acts with a toy at a department store.

Team helps raise money for coach battling cancer

Rafa Tovar is the Blue Devils t-ball coach, and wont let anything stand in the way of him and his team. Not even cancer. Tovar has stage four lung, liver and colon cancer. He was diagnosed back in July 2012.

NMSU's band, wind symphony, and Sundancers to play half-time show at Broncos game Sunday

A group of New Mexico State University students are packing their bags and headed to Denver for the performance of a life time.

Aztecs get win over Montwood by shutout

For the first time since El Dorado high school opened in 2003, and since they started playing varsity football in 2005, the Aztecs can claim a win over rival Montwood.  El Dorado defeated Montwood 42-0 to improve to 6-1, 2-1 in District 1-

NMSU volleyball falls to UMKC in five sets

The New Mexico State volleyball team lost a heartbreaker to Missouri-Kansas City on Thursday inside the Pan American Center, 17-25, 20-25, 25-17, 25-23, 15-13, their first WAC loss at home in 12 matches.

Family of Las Cruces plane crash victim sues aviation businesses

The family of a Las Cruces plane crash victim is now suing several aviation companies, arguing the crash never should have happened.

Men in high heels parade through downtown El Paso

They may not have worn make-up, but hundreds of El Paso men did slip on a pair of high heels tonight, before a big night on the town. It was all a part of the YWCA's 5th Annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event.

UTEP tennis completes day two of regionals

Jeannez Daniel, Davina Meza and Duda Santos fell short in the round of 64 on day two at the USTA/ITA Regional Championships hosted by the University of New Mexico on Thursday afternoon at the McKinnon Family Tennis Stadium and the Linda Estes T

No closing arguments allowed in Villegas supression hearing

"Both sides Im sure worked very hard on the closing arguments and I would have liked to done it.

No closing arguments allowed in Villegas supression hearing

"Both sides Im sure worked very hard on the closing arguments and I would have liked to done it.

Miners receive votes in USA Today Coaches poll

The Miners are getting some national recognition.  With nine returning players, including four or five returning starters depending on who you ask, UTEP men's basketball received four votes in the USA Today Coaches poll released today.