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New Mexico Tops New Mexico State, 69-67

Sophomore Ian Baker scored a career-high 21 points on 8-of-11 shooting from the field, however, New Mexico State dropped a 69-67 decision to Rio Grande Rival New Mexico Saturday evening at the Pan American Center.

West rallies to top East in Greater El Paso Football Showcase High School All-Star Game

Despite a depleated roster and an 18-point deficit at halftime, West rallied to beat the East, 41-40 in the 23rd GEPFS All-Star Game. The win marks the second straight for head coach Don Brooks.

Man run over in El Paso Lower Valley; charges not expected

El Paso Police tell NewsChannel 9 the driver who hit a man late Friday night in the Lower Valley will most likely not face any charges.

Man run over in El Paso Lower Valley; charges not expected

El Paso Police tell NewsChannel 9 the driver who hit a man late Friday night in the Lower Valley will most likely not face any charges.

Aggies Pick Up Fifth Win of the Season, Defeat FAU

A day after watching its four-game winning streak come to an end, the New Mexico State women’s basketball team got back on the winning track by defeating Florida Atlantic, 57-44, on Saturday during the final day of the Beach Classic hoste

Miners Roll Over Prairie View A&M, 86-48

The UTEP women’s basketball team played with purpose and passion on the way to knocking off Prairie View A&M, 86-48, at the Don Haskins Center Saturday afternoon.

At least one dead after semi-truck rolls over on I-10

Doña Ana County Sheriff's investigators tell NewsChannel 9 at least one person was killed in a multi-vehicle crash along Interstate 10 just south of Las Cruces Saturday evening.

UTEP falls to Utah St. in Gildan New Mexico Bowl, 21-6

Utah State stymied UTEP’s vaunted ground game, and did just enough on offense to come away with a 21-6 win over the Miners in the ninth annual Gildan New Mexico Bowl on Saturday at University Stadium.

Miners fall to #3 Wildcats in sellout game

When Vince Hunter heard the whistle, he did not even realize its significance. The UTEP sophomore had just picked up his fifth foul of the second half and went to the bench 8:12 remaining in the game. 

NMSU Rally Falls Short

The New Mexico State women’s basketball team was down by as many as 19 points in the second half to Pacific, but rallied to cut the lead to as little as three with under three minutes left.

One of Borderland's last Holocaust survivors dies

One of the few remaining Holocaust survivors in El Paso has died. Sara Hauptman died Thursday at the age of 96.

Socorro to hold special election Saturday

While many people will be busy this weekend with last minute holiday shopping, some Socorro residents will be headed to the polls. The city is holding a special election Saturday to elect a new city council representative.

UTEP cheer coach arrested for DWI before bowl game

A UTEP cheerleading coach won't be on the field during Saturday's big bowl game in Albuquerque. David Vasquez was arrested Thursday night.

Large fire rips through Anthony, TX warehouse

Crews from nine different Borderland fire departments battled a large warehouse fire in Anthony, Texas Friday evening.