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USBC holds special events leading up to Open Championships

The El Paso Convention Center recently was transformed into a state-of-the-art bowling facility, and the special venue opened its doors for the first time this weekend, welcoming competitors for three special events.

More troopers, less surging under GOP border bill

 

Aggies finish 10th at NIT

The New Mexico State men’s golf team finished the 2015 National Invitational Tournament tied for 10th, Monday, March 2, which was hosted by Arizona in Tucson.

UTEP men's golf finishes 4th at NIT

The UTEP men’s golf team shot a final round of nine-over par (297) at the National Invitational Tournament. UTEP (287-290-297-874) finished fourth on the leaderboard.

The Borderland is in for an active week weather wise!

The Borderland saw a cloudy, cool Monday with on/off area light rain showers moving through a soaking down both large parts of both El Paso and Las Cruces.

Local high school dance team wins national championship

A local high school dance team is now national champions. We told you about the San Elizario Golden Starlettes and the national competition they were headed to in Orlando, Florida.

Local reactions to Israeli Prime Minister's upcoming speech to Congress

Israeli Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to speak in front of congress tomorrow. His speech is causing a stir among lawmakers. 

Las Cruces students walkout over controversial PARCC exam

Thousands of students across New Mexico got up and left the classroom Monday morning to protest a new state mandated exam, which determines whether or not they get their diplomas. 

EPCC takes part in national reading program; hosts students at Northwest campus

Educators at the El Paso Community College are enlisting the help of a famous series of books to get the word out about the importance of reading.

City of El Paso looking at easing billboard relocation rules

El Paso leaders are looking at possibly easing up on some rules when it comes to billboards in the Sun City. Specifically, signs installed in locations that might not make the most sense.

Army investigating death of Fort Bliss soldier who died in Africa

Fort Bliss officials confirm that the U.S. Army is investigating the death of a Fort Bliss soldier stationed in Eastern Africa.

Wyler Aerial Tramway celebrates 14th Anniversary

Wyler Aerial Tramway State Park will be celebrating its 14th year anniversary since its re-opening, and wants to invite the public to join the celebration that will take place Saturday, March 14th 2015 from 12:00PM to 5:00PM.

Countdown to Opening Day: Rangers big on taste

They say everything is bigger in Texas and that certainly holds true at Globe Life Park concession stands.

Texas GOP leaders say they won't expand Medicaid

 

NMSU freshman earns WAC Hitter of the Week

Freshman Corrin Green of the New Mexico State softball team has been tabbed the Western Athletic Conference Hitter of the Week, the conference announced Monday.