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El Paso man sentenced for stealing firearms out of EPPD patrol unit

 An El Paso man was sentenced to 46-months in federal prison for his role in the theft of two guns from an unmarked El Paso Police Unit in October of 2013.

This week in NMSU athletics

The New Mexico State has plenty of athletic events to follow this week. Below is a list of events the Aggies are participating in for the week of Sept. 29 through Oct. 5.

Patrick, Van de Putte set to take stage for debate

On the campaign trail, Texas lieutenant governor candidates Dan Patrick and Leticia Van de Putte have air

Analysis: Getting legislative permission to do business

When upstart competitors challenge established businesses, they often call on state lawmakers for help, creating the fight card for the next legislative session.

Debating what's more sacred: Private land or public beaches

Texas has long prided itself on its Open Beaches Act, which guarantees public access to beaches along most of the state’s 367-mile Gulf Coast.

Big changes at The Tombaugh Theater

By the end of this year, the Clyde W. Tombaugh Theater is scheduled to have the first phase of its facelift finished with the installation of a new all-digital large format projection system.

Save a life, adopt a pet this holiday season

ACTion Programs for Animals (APA) has teamed with thousands of animal organizations from around the world to participate in the annual Blue Buffalo Home 4 the Holidays pet adoption drive, founded by Helen Woodward Animal Center.  

UTEP Updates: Campus work centers on 'transformation' projects

The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) is gearing up for its Centennial Celebration, and crews continue their progress on projects around campus.

Another Union Plaza building may see renovation

Union Plaza, one of Downtown El Paso’s most unique neigh-borhoods, could see the renovation of another of its historic buildings according to concept images posted online.

Volunteers fix playground for children from violent families

Local volunteers spent Sunday morning fixing a playground for children from violent families. The Center Against Family Violence is a local organization with the goal of preventing domestic violence and sexual abuse.

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.

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.