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Band needs your help finding Borderland woman dying of cancer

 A California cover band needs your help finding a mystery woman after they played a show in Las Cruces on January 24th at Hurricane Alley.

Band needs your help finding Borderland woman dying of cancer

 A California cover band needs your help finding a mystery woman after they played a show in Las Cruces on January 24th at Hurricane Alley.

NMSU women win WAC Title outright

For the first time in 20 years the New Mexico State women’s basketball team stands alone atop a conference as the Aggies won the outright Western Athletic Conference regular-season championship on Saturday after handling Texas-Pan America

Miners blow 24-point lead, lose at Southern Miss

Southern Miss ended the game with a 35-8 run, erasing a 24-point deficit and stunning UTEP, 63-60, on Saturday night at Reed Green Coliseum.

Sen. Rodriguez hopes to improve dental health in Texas

A bill hoping to improve access to dental care in Texas was introduced this week in the State Senate. El Paso Senator Jose Rodriguez along with Sen. Kevin Eltife of Tyler introduced SB 787 on Wednesday.

Miners snap 11-game skid

The UTEP softball team fell to Bryant University, 7-4, but ended a 11-game losing streak after defeating Colorado State, 9-8, on day two at the Wildcat Invitational in Rita Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium.

Aggie softball finishes tournament unbeaten

The New Mexico State softball team finished 5-0 at the Alexis Park Resort Classic hosted by UNLV after two final-inning wins on Saturday, first versus Wisconsin, 8-7, on a walk-off home run, and then against DePaul, 8-6, after two runs in the f

UTEP in Third Place After 18 Holes at National Invitational Tournament

The UTEP men’s golf team shot an opening round score of one-under par (287) to kick things off at the National Invitational Tournament.

NMSU Men's game postponed to Wednesday

The Western Athletic Conference announced that due to ice causing numerous flight disruptions in the Dallas area, Saturday’s scheduled men’s basketball game between the Texas-Pan American and New Mexico State has been postponed unti

UTEP Women says goodbye to seniors Sunday

UTEP (11-13, 6-9 C-USA) will lock up with Southern Miss (19-8, 12-4 C-USA) on “Senior Day,” at 2 p.m. MST on Sunday.

Price's Give Em Five High School Bowling City Championships Sunday

The Price’s Give Em’ Five High School Bowling City Championships will be tomorrow, Sunday, March 1, 2015 at the Downtown Convention Center at 12pm hosted by the local United States Bowling Congress.

EPPD officer hit by car on I-10 in East El Paso

An El Paso Police Department officer sustained non-life threatening injuries after he was hit by a car this morning on I-10 in East El Paso. The accident happened around 9:43 a.m. on I-10 East near Giles.

Tens of thousands of El Pasoans sign up for Obamacare in final weeks

More than 54,000 El Pasoans who didn't have health insurance a month ago are now covered under the Affordable Care Act.

Las Cruces schools bracing for Monday protests

Las Cruces Public Schools are bracing for protests and student walk-outs planned for Monday at schools across the city.

El Pasoan scores for Team USA in CONCACAF Championship

The U.S. Under-17 Men's National Team got off to a strong start at the 2015 CONCACAF U-17 Championship, earning a 5-0 victory against Cuba in the Group A opener at Estadio Francisco Morazán.