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UTEP and NMSU celebrate Battle of I-10

Another Battle of I-10 is in the books. About 36,000 packed the Sun Bowl this evening for the annual game between New Mexico State University and UTEP.

Miners use ground game to defeat Aggies, 42-24

UTEP rushed for 344 yards, its most in a game versus a Division I opponent since 1991, in a 42-24 throttling of NM State on Saturday in the Sun Bowl.

NMSU women's tennis concludes second day of Aggie Invite

The New Mexico State women’s tennis team concluded hosting day two of the Aggie Invitational on Saturday at the NM State Tennis Center.

Miners fall to #14 Colorado St. in Volleyball

In its second home match of the season, UTEP (1-7) fell to No. 14 Colorado State, 3-0 (25-13, 25-18, 25-23).

NMSU volleyball falls to #9 BYU

For the second-consecutive day, the New Mexico State volleyball team lost to a top-15 team, this time losing to the ninth-ranked BYU Cougars on Saturday afternoon, 25-16, 25-19, 25-21, during final match of the NM State/UTEP Tournament inside t

Former Soldier deals with 9/11 tragedy through helping others

Most people remember where they were on 9/11. Michelle and Clifton Cottom certainly do, and said they think about it all the time.

UT system seeks partnerships, space research in mexico

 

Dirt lot transformed into a source of education for students

With in two years, a dirt lot at Bowie High School has been transformed into a garden by students. School and government officials, and various organizations all gathered to celebrate the hard work the students.

NMSU soccer falls to #22 Arizona State

The final score says 5-0, but don’t let that fool you. The New Mexico State soccer team battled No. 22-ranked Arizona State at the Arizona Cats Classic.

UTEP soccer loses first game of season at Utah Valley

The UTEP soccer team was dealt its first loss on the year after falling 2-0 in a hard-fought match at Utah Valley Friday evening.

Van de Putte Calls For Higher Minimum Wage

During a Spanish-language town hall on Friday, state Sen. Leticia Van de Putte, the Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, advocated for a higher minimum wage in Texas.

Border conference addresses border trade, wait times, immigration

Several U.S. congressmen and other prominent political leaders were in El Paso at the convention center Friday to talk about some of the pressing issues facing border communities.

New Mexico pulling out of drought

Recent rains mean the drought in New Mexico is improving. The National Weather Service is reporting a big change from just three months ago.

El Pasoans pitch in to help pay for funeral of toddler

Several El Pasoans are pitching in to help pay for the funeral of a little girl who was allegedly killed by a former El Paso man.

Juarez: Man's body cut into pieces, placed in drum, covered in cement

A man's body was found cut into pieces inside a drum covered in cement at a home South Juarez.