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Mesa Street Grill says farewell to old location

On Saturday, July 12, Mesa Street Grill will be closing the doors of their old location (2525 N. Mesa) in anticipation of opening the new Mesa Street Grill at 3800 N. Mesa.

Finalists named for dean of NMSU honors college

After an internal search, four New Mexico State University faculty members have been named finalists to serve as the next dean of the NMSU Honors College.

New PSAs warn Central Americans of the dangerous of crossing into U.S.

   A new dangers awareness campaign from the U.S. Government is looking to send a message and is reminding Central Americans that the journey from Central America to cross into the U.S. is a deadly one.

Immigrant rights groups participate in "border reality checkpoint"

Members of ACLU of New Mexico and Paso Del Norte Civil Rights Project hit the streets for a "border reality checkpoint".

Good Samaritans rescue Albuquerque girl from hot car

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Aftershocks continue to shake New Mexico - Arizona Border

Residents of Southern New Mexico and Eastern Arizona continue to report aftershocks in the wake of the 5.2 earthquake that struck just northwest of Lordsburg, NM on June 27, 2014.

Some worry traffic issues will stem Texas' growth

 

Campfires now allowed in Gila National Forest

If you plan on heading to the Gila National Forest anytime soon, you'll be able enjoy a campfire. The summer rain has prompted Gila National Forest officials in New Mexico to lift fire restrictions.  

Roll up your sleeves for a chance to win a new motorcycle

It's time to roll up those sleeves for a good cause. Barnett Harley Davidson is hosting a blood drive. It's the business' way of giving back to the community.

Fire officials investigate cause of duplex fire

Las Cruces fire officials are investigating the cause of a duplex fire. The blaze broke out on Tuesday night on the 2300 block of Dr. King Way in Las Cruces.

El Paso working to prevent mosquito-borne Chikungunya virus

The City of El Paso says it is already working to help keep an emerging mosquito-borne virus at bay.

'Dawgs top 'Topes for first win in Albuquerque

Albuquerque put two on base in the bottom of the ninth inning but Chihuahuas reliever Hector Ambriz left both runners on in El Paso’s 4-3 win Tuesday night at Isotopes Park.

Almost 200 manufacturing jobs coming to El Paso

An electric distribution equipment company is expanding in El Paso promising to bring almost 200 new manufacturing jobs to the city.

Task Force ‘Warhawg’ gets new commander

Just days before embarking on a yearlong deployment to Afghanistan, Lt. Col. William Stewart relinquished command of 5th Armored Brigade’s “Warhawg” Battalion to Lt. Col.

Despite success, some shortcomings in higher ed

For nearly 14 years, the state's higher education policy has been guided by a plan, adopted by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, called "Closing the Gaps by 2015." As the name suggests, time is running short.