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Texas has highest number of unaccompanied minors being released to sponsors

4280 unaccompanied minors were released to sponsors in Texas through July 7th, the highest number in the country, according to data from the U.S. Health and Human Services Department.

NMSU names new dean for Honors College

New Mexico State University has selected Miriam Chaiken, a distinguished achievement professor and academic department head of the NMSU Anthropology Department, as the next dean of its Honors College. 

New Mexico HPV vaccine coverage above national average

The New Mexico Department of Health announced today that coverage levels for the three vaccines routinely recommended for adolescent boys and girls increased in 2013.

Sisters arrested for DWI; driver and passenger allegedly switched seats before being stopped

El Paso Police arrested two sisters on charges of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) after authorities say the driver switched seats with her passenger before being pulled over.

Police: Three teens stabbed at East Side house party

El Paso Police say three teenagers are recovering at a hospital after being stabbed at a house party on the East Side early Sunday morning.

Police: Burglars caught on camera stealing from Northeast recreation center

Two suspects are caught on camera breaking into a Northeast El Paso recreation center and now police need your help locating the suspected burglars.

Rocky Gale hits walk-off winner Saturday

Rocky Gale’s game-ending fielder’s choice gave the El Paso Chihuahuas an 8-7 win over the Fresno Grizzlies Saturday night at Southwest University Park. The game had six lead changes, including both teams scoring a ninth inning run.

Campaigns test conventional wisdom with summer ads

 

SISD opens new elementary school

The Socorro Independent School District has opened a new school. Parents and students attended Mission Ridge Elementary School's first open house on Saturday.

How long does it take to get sunburned without protection?

The sun here in the borderland is no joke as long time El Pasoans can attest to. But simple things, like putting on sun block, are steps that some of us are too busy to make time for.

Hundreds of El Pasoans gather to talk about health care problems in the Borderland

Texas is at the top of the list for having the highest percentage of uninsured people in country, but on Saturday, El Pasoans got together to do something about it.

Former Chihuahua Jeff Francoeur nostalgic about return to Atlanta

Jeff Francoeur has played at Turner Field since the Braves traded him to the Mets in July 2009, but this return to his hometown is not as uneasy as previous trips for the Padres veteran.

Borderland educators discuss issues, possible solutions

Lone Star educators met in El Paso on Saturday to identify and find solutions to the problems facing public education before the upcoming legislative session.

Vote Chico for Best Mascot

Chico is vying for your vote! He's running to be named the best mascot in Minor League Baseball. Sixteen other mascots are competing for the title.

Reusing and swapping: The 5th annual SISD uniform and supplies swap

What better way to save on some back to school spending than by reusing old items?