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Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm

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Jordan Signs Four to 2015 Aggie Volleyball

New Mexico State volleyball head coach Mike Jordan announced the signing of four student-athletes for the 2015 season on Thursday, including two players from the state of New Mexico.

Chihuahuas Announce Inaugural Winter Banquet, A Night of Giving

The El Paso Chihuahuas will hold an Inaugural Winter Banquet, A Night of Giving presented by Team 600 ESPN El Paso on Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Centennial Banquet and Conference Center on Fort Bliss.

Miners Geared Up for NCAA Championships

The UTEP men’s cross country team will be making its first appearance at the NCAA Championships since 2007 this weekend in Terre Haute, Ind.

NM State Baseball to Host Camps in December

The New Mexico State baseball coaching staff and the team are set to host multiple camps from Dec. 20-23 at Presley Askew Field on the campus of NM State.

Vigil held in Downtown El Paso in support of missing Mexican students

A candlelight vigil was held earlier this evening in Downtown El Paso as anger continues over the disappearance of the 43 missing Mexican students.

Local reaction to President's executive order on immigration: 'not enough'

Presidential Executive Orders are usually steeped in controversy and President Obama's announcement Thursday night was no exception. The president is facing furious opposition from Congress.

Local reaction to President's executive order on immigration: 'not enough'

Presidential Executive Orders are usually steeped in controversy and President Obama's announcement Thursday night was no exception. The president is facing furious opposition from Congress.

More than a dozen impacted by electrical fire at apartment complex

A Canutillo apartment complex is uninhabitable after an electrical fire there Wednesday morning. El Paso County Sheriff's deputies responded to the 7000 block of First St. with the West Valley Fire Dept.

Former Las Cruces police detective sentenced to prison

A former Las Cruces police detective is headed to prison for sexually assaulting a teenage intern back in 2011. Michael Garcia was formally sentenced yesterday to 9 years in prison.

Obama immigration plan could affect thousands in Texas

  *Editor's note: This story has been updated throughout.

Former Miners football coach and his wife killed in accident

The UTEP campus is mourning the loss of a former football coach and athletic director tonight after he and his wife were killed while trying to cross a busy street.

Former Miners football coach and his wife killed in accident

The UTEP campus is mourning the loss of a former football coach and athletic director tonight after he and his wife were killed while trying to cross a busy street.

Paws for Presents: EPFD and Chihuahuas team up for toy drive

The El Paso Fire Department and the El Paso Chihuahuas have teamed together to make the holiday season brighter for children as they proudly present “Paws for Presents,” a toy drive benefiting the Child Crisis Center.

Obama Immigration Plan Could Affect Thousands in Texas

President Obama on Thursday made good on his promise and said he will use his executive authority to grant millions of undocumented immigrants a work permit and a reprieve from deportation proceedings.

How About Another 3 Feet, Buffalo?

It certainly has been cold around the Borderland this week.  Our lows Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday were 26, 28, and 25 respectively.  We've chilled down to 21 in Las Cruces two mornings this week, and Alamogordo woke up to 17!