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Veterans Needed: El Paso non-profit organization donating home to vet

An El Paso non-profit has three homes available for veterans. One home will be donated, two others will be sold at a discount.  

El Paso author to release book of poetry next month

An El Paso author and former immigration attorney is having her first full-length book of poetry published next month. Donna Snyder, and her collection of poems in her book, Poemas ante el Catafalco: Grief and Renewal.

Popular West El Paso restaurant opens in new location

After 15  years at the same location, Mesa Street Grill reopened in a new location in West El Paso.

Bears hope the 'cubs' can mature for the 2014 season

The pride of the Segundo Barrio is back over recent football seasons at Baty-Simmang Stadium.

Head Coach Doug Martin has message for Las Cruces

The New Mexico State University football team practiced on the practice field, west of Aggie Memorial Stadium, Friday, Aug. 22 for approximately two hours.

Las Cruces woman charged for firing gun from SUV

A Las Cruces woman suspected of firing at least one round from a moving vehicle Friday morning has been arrested.

NMSU volleyball to play alumni match Saturday

New Mexico State volleyball fans will get their first look at the back-to-back Western Athletic Conference champions on Saturday, Aug. 23, as the Aggies take on former NM State players during the annual Alumni Match.

Teen struck by lightning is slowly making improvements according to his parents

The parents of a Las Cruces teen who was most seriously hurt after being struck by lightning earlier this week said he is slowly making improvements.

NMSU freshman running back named to Watch List

Aggie freshman running back Larry Rose III was named to the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Watch List Aug. 20, one of 43 players and one of only two freshman named to the list.

Hispanic Business names UTEP College of Business Administration #1 in the nation

The University of Texas at El Paso’s College of Business Administration and College of Engineering are rated among the best graduate schools in the country for Hispanics by HispanicBusiness.com.

UTEP volleyball to hold scrimmage Saturday

Fans can take their first look at the 2014 UTEP volleyball team at the annual Orange & Blue scrimmage on Saturday at 2 p.m. in Memorial Gym. Admission is free, and the doors will open at 1:15 p.m.

Perry lawyers will challenge indictment next week

A lawyer for Gov.

NMSU flagship radio station moving

The New Mexico State flagship radio station for football and men’s basketball is changing from 103.9 FM to 98.7 FM in Las Cruces. All football and men’s basketball games will be aired live and in their entirety.

Attorneys struggling to help migrants navigate legal system

As images of Central American minors huddled on detention center floors or crowded atop a northbound freight train are being replayed around the country, Texas immigration lawyers are scrambling to coordinate representation for the migrants.

NMSU golf course to host Sun Country PGA Pro Championship

The Sun Country PGA Professional Championship presented by Club Car, Mercedes-Benz, Omega and supported by Titleist FootJoy, Callaway Golf, Nike Golf, TaylorMade adidas Ashworth and the PGA Tour will take place August 25-26 and the New Mexico S