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UTEP sophomore earns first weekly honor

Aiyanna Stiverne was awarded her first-career Conference USA Outdoor Track Athlete of the Week honor on Tuesday.

Minor League Baseball announces changes to game in 2015

Minor League Baseball today announced rules and procedures aimed at improving the pace of play in games at the Triple-A and Double-A levels.

Padilla adds national honor in softball

A day after being named the Western Athletic Conference Hitter of the

Aggies golf heads to final round of Lone Star Invitational

The New Mexico State men’s golf team fired a combined team score of 5-under-par 571 (285-586) after two rounds of play at the Lone Star Invitational that is being played on the 7,247 yard, par 72 Briggs Ranch Golf Course.

NMSU junior adds another WAC honor

The awards keep piling on for New Mexico State women’s tennis player Ashvarya Shrivistava.

Money Talk Monday 24th of March

In Tuesday’s Money Talk, if a spring cleaning of your pantry results in lots of food going to waste, there are ways to be smarter about re-stocking it.

Fallen EPPD Officer Arellano's funeral set for Tuesday

The funeral for fallen officer Adrian Arellano will be held Tuesday afternoon at St. Raphael's Church on El Paso's east side.

Health Check March 24TH

Broadway musical fans have a new way to get healthy; it's called “Broadway Fitness.” A new study reveals a diet high in whole grains and cereal fiber could help you live healthier and longer!

Man injured in Northeast El Paso stabbing

A man was injured after a stabbing in Northeast El Paso. It happened Monday night near the 5800 block of Dyer.

New Krispy Kreme location in the works

West El Paso may be getting a sweet treat. Krispy Kreme has applied for permits to open its fourth location at 3535 N. Mesa, that's near UTEP at Mesa and Sun Bowl.

Lawn Terror Alert: Crabgrass!!

There are two things that terrify my about gardening: Roses and crabgrass! (And disturbing a hive of killer bees. Okay, that's three things.)

City investigators point to gaps in payday loan ordinances

City investigators have only gotten one citizen complaint since the new payday loan ordinance went into effect. Though there were no violations regarding the terms of the loan, officials say the investigation was very revealing.

Cruz's presidential hype gives way to political reality

 

'Manhattan Heights Rapist' returns to courtroom for sentencing

A tense courtroom at the El Paso County courthouse Monday, as 13 witnesses testified in the sentencing of the so called "Manhattan Heights rapist," Arturo Valtierra-Payan. 

UTEP men's golf places 4th in San Antonio

After 36 holes, the Miners sit in fourth place at eight-under par (294-274-568). ROUND ONE