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NMSU announces tailgating procedures for Aggie-Lobo football game

The fight for in-state bragging rights will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, at Aggie Memorial Stadium when New Mexico State University hosts the University of New Mexico in the annual football game.

EBT program deemed huge success at the Las Cruces Farmers’ & Crafts Market

Officials said Tuesday, the EBT program at the Farmers' & Crafts Market on Main Street reached its one year anniversary and continues to show promise for the community.

UTEP Women’s Golf Ties For 13th at Dick McGuire

The UTEP women’s golf team posted its best round of the young season on Tuesday and concluded the Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational tied for 13th place.

NMSU to host New Mexico in Battle of I-25

The New Mexico State football team goes head-to-head with their in-state rivals the New Mexico Lobos in the 106th meeting of the Rio Grande Rivalry Saturday, Sept. 20 at 6 p.m. (MT) in Las Cruces, N.M.

NMSU Equestrian ranked #9th in poll

The National Collegiate Equestrian Association on Tuesday announced its 2014-15 preseason rankings, as determined by the NCEA Selection Committee.

Video: Texas officers catch wrong-way driver with two children in car

A police officer in Texas put himself in danger to protect the public from a wrong-way driver on an interstate highway. The intense situation was all caught on the officer's patrol car dashboard camera.

Trendy boutique hotel, Aloft, to open in Downtown's O.T. Bassett Tower

Travelers through Downtown El Paso will soon have one additional option when it comes to accommodations.

KTSM program nominated for Lone Star Emmy

The 2014 Lone Star Emmy Nominations were announced Monday and a program KTSM produced and aired in partnership with The City Magazine earned a nomination.

Couple arrested as they allegedly attempted to cut down ballpark canopy

Las Cruces Police nabbed a couple as they allegedly were in the act of cutting down a canopy from a city ballpark.

EPISD: Students returned to Powell Elementary

UPDATE: EPISD Spokesperson tells us that all children were returned to Powell Elementary by 9:55 a.m. The odor was caused by a flooded sewage drain.

Zombies set to invade El Paso for Running Dead 5K

A spooky event is taking over El Paso this weekend. It's the Running Dead 5k.

El Pasoans turn out for KTSM's "Drive to End Alzheimer's"

Our KTSM parking lot was the place to be Tuesday morning, as we were handing out free coffee and donuts to Borderland residents. It was all part of our "Drive to End Alzheimer's."

With Pre-K grant, Texas switches gears on federal cash

In a shift for a state that has shunned other federal education initiatives like Common Core and

Perry touts legacy to toll road group

Calling Texas “the mecca of innovation on transportation infrastructure,” Gov.

Analysis: The Voter ID You Won't Need at the Polls

It seems odd that you do not need a voter registration card to vote in Texas, but that’s one effect of the state’s voter ID law.