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Anamarc students enroll in other Borderland colleges

There's still no answers Wednesday night -- regarding the future of financially strapped Anamarc College but that should change come Friday.

Man sentenced to ten years for deadly West El Paso crash

An El Paso man was sentenced to ten years in prison in connection with a DWI motorcycle crash that killed his passenger, 26-year-old Diane Valdez Bernal on June 11, 2013.

Woman sentenced to twelve years for intoxication manslaughter death of Fort Bliss Soldier

An El Paso woman was sentenced to twelve years in prison for intoxicated manslaughter Wednesday afternoon in the 205th District Court for her role in the 2012 death of a Fort Bliss Soldier.

Las Cruces pair accused of shoplifting, contributing to delinquency of a minor

Las Cruces Police arrested two people who are suspected of shoplifting at Kmart while the woman's young daughter accompanied them on Sunday afternoon. .

Summer Weather Hair Damage

Weather impacts and affects every aspect of our lives. The summer late day storms can make driving more difficult with slick roads and  blowing dust.

Texas man dies in hiking accident

A Texas man fell 75 feet to his death Monday, while hiking in southern New Mexico. It happened in Rockhound State Park south of Deming.

Magic Johnson to headline Stars Scholarship Fund

Annually, Stars Scholarship Fund enlists the support of businesses and organizations to become a sponsor of our Extravaganzas. Our sponsors enjoy benefits such as being guests at the Extravaganza and year round media exposure.

NMSU Director of Golf headed to U.S. Senior Open

New Mexico State University Director of Golf Daniel Koesters is at Oak Tree National in Edmond, Oklahoma, this week to compete in the U.S. Senior Open golf tournament.

Two Miners named Scholar Athletes of the Year in respective sports

UTEP’s Tori Martyn (women’s soccer) and Camino Sardinero (women’s golf) have been named the Conference USA 2013-14 Scholar-Athlete of the Year for their respective sports, league commissioner Britton Banowsky revealed Wednesda

Cigarroa: Powers to resign effective June 2

University of Texas System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa issued a statement on Wednesday announcing that UT-Austin President Bill Powers will resign effective June 2, 2015.

President Obama heads to Texas

President Obama was in Texas Wednesday evening, epicenter of the immigration crisis.

Some worry traffic issues will stem Texas' growth

 

Movies in the Canyon set to begin Friday

The sixth season of Movies in the Canyon kicks off July 11 in McKelligon Canyon Amplitheatre.

DASCO: Man arrested after allegedly threatening to kill brother and nephew with knife

Doña Ana County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 39-year-old La Mesa man Tuesday after he allegedly chased his brother and nephew with a knife and threatened to kill them.

Mule deer poached near Carrizozo: Reward offered

The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is asking the public to help solve a recent poaching case involving three female mule deer.