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Building destroyed by fire was scheduled for demolition

The owners of a building that was reduced to rubble in a large fire Tuesday were planning to demolish it to make way for family housing.

El Paso's digital wall website unveiled

You can now upload photos to the El Paso Museum of History's digital wall, with the click of a mouse.

Common Core Stymies Vote On New Textbooks

After an afternoon spent wrangling over the proper definition of jihad and the influence of Moses on the Founding Fathers, it was Common Core that ultimately derailed the State Board of Education’s initial vote on giving a stamp of approv

New school opens in El Paso to allow former Anamarc students to complete program

Several months after Anamarc College unexpectedly closed its three campuses in the Borderland, some of the students whose futures were left in limbo are back in the classroom and on track to graduate.

Border surge to continue through next August

Hundreds of National Guard troops and other law enforcement officers will remain at the the border longer than expected.

Memorial held for Bowie High School teacher

Students at Bowie High School gathered today to remember their teacher, Robert Flores. Dozens of students held blue and white balloons before they were released, with a single black balloon for the former English teacher.

Aggies Lose To Boise

Junior Shanice Davis scored a team-high nine points, however, New Mexico State struggled to find its groove and dropped a 70-45 decision to Boise State Tuesday evening at the Taco Bell A

Candlelighters holiday cards help families whose kids have cancer

Six artists were recognized today for their artwork featured on the annual Candlelighters holiday cards. One of the artists, 12-year-old Marina Frias, is a cancer survivor. Her drawing of a nutcracker was picked.

Judge rules he won't dismiss Rick Perry case over paperwork technicality

A state district judge in Texas has denied a defense motion to have two felony charges dismissed against outgoing Gov. Rick Perry.

NMSU invites fans to last football coaches' luncheon

The New Mexico State athletics department invites all Aggie fans to the last football coaches’ luncheon featuring NM State head football coach Doug Martin on Friday, Nov. 21 at 12 p.m.

Billboard takes aim at UTSA graduation rates

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MADD launches new campaign for the holiday season

Mothers Against Drunk Driving, MADD, are reminding drivers to stay sober this holiday season. Their campaign, 'Tie One On For Safety' urges drivers to tie a red ribbon onto their car as a reminder.

Texas Weather is "NUTS"... Literally!

As you look at this photo of Chuck DeBroder and me with all those peanut products, you're probably saying to yourself:  Yes, that picture IS filled with NUTS.  But if you look closer, you'll realize that all those peanut produ

UTEP women to host NAU Wednesday

UTEP will play for the third time in six days when it plays host to Northern Arizona at 7 p.m. MST at the Don Haskins Center Wednesday.

Rotich named Mountain Region Athlete of the Year

Junior Anthony Rotich was named the US Track & Field Cross Country Coaches Association Mountain Region Athlete of the Year for the first time in his illustrious career on Tuesday.