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Group of Sun City children prepare for Passover

A group of local children are preparing for Passover in West El Paso. The Chabad Education Center held a hands-on event to educate kids about the history and significance of the Jewish holiday of Passover and Matzah bread.

NMSU to take on I-25 rival Lobos in the Duke City

The New Mexico State softball team travels to Albuquerque, N.M. to take on the University of New Mexico Lobos at 4:30pm on Tuesday before beginning Western Athletic Conference play on Friday back in Las Cruces.

Boys and Girls HS Soccer Playoff Schedule

Here are the boys and girls high school soccer playoff schedule and results: 6A Boys Bi-District Soccer Playoffs

UTEP tennis finishes 8-1 at home

The UTEP women’s tennis team completed an 8-1 home record in 2015 after a tight 4-3 victory over Seattle U. on Monday at the El Paso Tennis & Swim Club.

EPPD responding to serious pedestrian crash in Northeast El Paso

El Paso Police are responding to a serious pedestrian crash on Alabama and Zion streets in Northeast El Paso.

Aggies' women's tennis heads to the Sunshine State

The New Mexico State women’s tennis team will travel to Miami, Fla., on Tuesday for the start of three dual-match slate.

NMSU senior earns WAC Hitter of the Week

New Mexico State softball outfielder Malena Padilla has been named the Western Athletic Conference Hitter of the Week for the week of Mar. 16-22, the conference announced Monday.

NMSU men's tennis heads to San Antonio

The New Mexico State men’s tennis team travels to San Antonio, Texas on Tuesday for two dual-matches before starting conference play on Friday in Helingen, Texas.

Motorcyclist killed Sunday in Las Cruces crash

A 37-year-old motorcyclist was killed late Sunday night on Highway 70 in Las Cruces after he slammed into the back of an SUV near Sonoma Ranch Boulevard.

AIGA El Paso announces chapter launch, free inaugural exhibition

AIGA El Paso is pleased to announce their official chapter launch event, Eye Opener, happening Thursday, March 26, from 6 - 9 p.m. at The Station, 500 W. Overland, Ste. 250.

Do Owl Decoys keep your yard & garden safe from pesky birds & animals?

Spring is upon us and the animals and bird are looking to mate nest and eat.

'Manhattan Heights Rapist' set to be sentenced in court

The so-called 'Manhattan Heights Rapist,' Arturo Valtierra Payan will be sentenced Monday in court after pleading guilty to three open counts of aggravated sexual assault in a second rape case.

U.S. Coast Guard pursues Mexican lanchas poaching off South Texas

The Coast Guard pursued two Mexican fishing crews in the waters off South Texas on Friday afternoon, interdicting one of them.

Spring hiking ideas

We finally said farewell to the Winter season and welcomed Spring with nice cool weather.