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8 NMSU soccer players leave team after suspended coach reinstated

Freddy Delgado, the head coach for the New Mexico State University women's soccer team, was suspended late last year, but nobody knew why. When he returned to his job, players started leaving the team.

LCPS: Students looking to opt out of PARCC have 'major decision' ahead

It was back to school and back to protesting for some Las Cruces teens, one day after about 950 Las Cruces Public Schools students walked out of class in protest of New Mexico's new PARCC standardized testing.

Senators consider ditching business franchise tax

 

Eagles soar past Bel Air and into 5A Sweet 16

You may have to look pretty far back in the archives to find a bigger game than the Region 1 Quarterfinals coming up next week between #4 Bel Air and #5 Andress boys.

Johnson named Student Athlete of the Week

San Elizario runner Michael Johnson has racked up the awards over the years, including three state medals and a Cross Country State Team Championship with the Eagles, and now as a senior, Michael has the fastest time in the nation in the 800-Me

Aggies fall to Wildcats in Tucson

The New Mexico State baseball team fought for nine innings but fell 6-2 to Arizona at Hi Corbett Field in Tucson, Ariz., Tuesday, March 3. The Aggies fall to 1-11 after the loss and U of A moves to 11-4 this season.

Montwood HS names baseball field

It was a surprise celebration at Montwood High School today as the baseball field was officially named in honor of the school's longtime coach.

Montwood HS names baseball field

It was a surprise celebration at Montwood High School today as the baseball field was officially named in honor of the school's longtime coach.

Why Do I Stop Sneezing When It Rains?

Lots of people LOVE rainy weather. A good rain shower makes everything so fresh and makes the plants come alive with color. If you suffer from allergies, it's possible you love the rain even more!

School to start early for more young students in Las Cruces

More young students in Las Cruces will be able to get a head start on their education next school year. The Kindergarten through 3rd grade Plus Program provides an additional 25 days of instruction in early in August.

NMSU history professor receives NEH fellowship

A New Mexico State University professor has received a prestigious grant to spend her sabbatical completing her manuscript “Armchair Travelers and the Venetian Discovery of the New World.”

Miners Lose in Softball

The UTEP softball team was swept by New Mexico in a two-game series, 7-5 in game one, and 7-4 in game two on Tuesday at Lobo Softball Field.

Pro-Day at NMSU

Eleven former New Mexico State football players took part in ‘Pro Day’ showing off their skills to four different NFL scouts, Tuesday, March 3 at Aggie Memorial Stadium and th

Hueco Tanks in running for USA Today contest

Visit El Paso is pleased to announce that Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site is one of 20 finalists in the running for USA Today’s 10 Best State Parks Readers’ Choice contest.

DHS fight hits home in Texas border town

For residents of this town just across the bridge from Mexico, it's hard to understand how a Washington political fight could end up threatening the livelihood of people charged with securing the border.