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CDC arrives in El Paso following 5 positive TB tests

Representatives with the Centers for Disease Control were scheduled to arrive Sunday, a day after the El Paso Department of Public Health confirmed five local babies tested positive for Tuberculosis.

Cowboys Turn Saints into Aints

It was just three weeks ago Dallas fans were ready to release Tony Romo. Now they are ready to place him in the Ring of Honor. Such is the life of an NFL quarterback.

Chile Pepper Challenge held today in La Union, NM

If you were out near La Union New Mexico today, you probably saw hundreds of cyclists particpating in the 33rd annual Chile Pepper Challenge. This is the borderland's largest cycling event.

NMSU tennis player undefeated at All-American Championships

New Mexico State women’s tennis player Ashvarya Shrivastava won her third match in two days on Sunday at the 2014 Riviera/ITA All-American Championships to advance to the qualifying round of the tournament.

UTEP softball sweeps Odessa College in fall season

The UTEP softball team opened the 2014 fall season with a pair of victories over Odessa College. The Miners won game one, 16-5, while rallying to take game two, 10-6, on Sunday at the Helen of Troy Softball Complex.

Extended Forecast

The storm system containing severe weather won't pay us a visit today, (Sunday) but don't put your guard down, it could arrive on Monday.

NMSU women's golf second at Cowgirl Intercollegiate

The New Mexico State women’s golf team battled and finished in second at the Wyoming Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate, Sunday, Sept. 28 in The Classic Club/Toon Golf course, a par 72, 6,119 yard course in Palm City, Calif.

Miners volleyball swept by FAU

The UTEP volleyball team falls to the FAU Owls, 3-0 (25-11,25,12-30-28) on Sunday afternoon. UTEP is now 2-12 overall, and 0-3 in Conference USA as FAU moves to 11-5 and 2-1 C-USA.

UTEP Falls At UAB, 2-0

The UTEP soccer team sustained a 2-0 defeat in a physical game at UAB Sunday afternoon.

In Stick's DWI case, Perry critics see double standard


Oñate rallies late to spoil West Mesa Homecoming

For the second week in a row, Oñate staged a late rallie to win on the road and spoil Homecoming, this time a 29-23 over West Mesa. Watch the highlights above! The Black Knights came from behind last week to beat Hobbs on the road.

NM State Football Falls to No. 18 LSU, 63-7

The New Mexico State football team had four takeaways in the first half, but No. 17/18 LSU overcame the turnovers and defeated the Aggies 63-7 in front of 101,987 fans in Tiger Stadium, Saturday, Sept. 27.

NM State Volleyball Survives Early Battle for WAC Lead

It took five sets and a comeback from being down 2-1, but the New Mexico State volleyball team remains unbeaten in Western Athletic Conference play after defeating Bakersfield, 25-22, 18-25, 16-25, 26-24, 15-8, on Saturday afternoon inside the

El Paso Sheriff's Office burns your documents for free

Today the El Paso County Sheriff's Office held an event aimed at helping residents protect themselves against identity theft.