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NMSU hosts workforce development summit

New Mexico State University’s School of Social Work prepares social workers for the reality of possible complexities in their chosen profession. Social workers are often advocates for children or chronically ill patients.

Woman allegedly tries to run over her girlfriend

A Las Cruces woman was arrested after allegedly trying to run over her girlfriend.

Two local organizations are helping feed El Pasoans

Two local organizations are teaming up to help fill El Pasoans fridges and stomachs. Operation Hope and El Pasoans Fighting Hunger are working together to host am Easter Food Distribution and Food Giveaway.

Eastwood, Andress boys advance; soccer playoff results

High School Soccer playoff schedule and results: Friday, April 11 5A Boys Regional Semifinal Round 5:00pm - Eastwood vs Coppell at Grande Comm. Stadium, Midland

NMSU Brings Home Cowgirl Classic Title; Orito Finishes Tied for 1st

With the WAC Championships just over two weeks away, the New Mexico State women’s golf team seems to be picking up steam at exactly the right time.

El Paso Chihuahuas Rained Out in Tacoma

Tonight’s scheduled game between the El Paso Chihuahuas and Tacoma Rainiers at Cheney Stadium has been postponed because of rain.

Coronado's Gore cards 10 birdies for District Title

Nine of Tanner Gore's ten birdies came in the second and final day of the District 5A Boys golf tournament. His second round 63 was more than enough to give him his second consecutive individual District title.

Bliss College Center offers bounty of opportunity

Members of the Fort Bliss community looking for education opportunities can find a bounty of them at the Fort Bliss Education Center.

March for Babies to be held at The Fountains at Farah

The March of Dimes and The Fountains of Farah are teaming up to host the March for Babies. The walk is a fundraising opportunity to help some of El Paso's tiniest patients.

UTEP gearing up for first ever open house

It's a big week on the UTEP campus as the university will be celebrating its 100 year anniversary with a three day open house. The first campus wide open house in the university's history.

Cemex ordered to pay $1 million for arsenic clean-up

Cemex is to blame for some arsenic pollution in the Rio Grande. That was the ruling made by a federal judge last week.

El Paso City Council votes to extend contract to keep Franklin Mountain star lit another 5 years

The iconic star on the Franklin Mountain will be lit up every night for the next five years.

UTEP to Host Forum on Tuition Proposal

What: Forum to receive feedback from students, faculty and staff at The University of Texas at El Paso about proposed tuition and fees for the 2014-15 academic year. When: 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 9

Sunset Heights parking zone could mean new permit requirements for residents

A proposed parking zone for El Paso’s historic Sunset Heights Neighborhood could mean new parking restrictions and new permit requirements for residents.

Texas woman convicted of stiletto stabbing death of boyfriend

A woman was found guilty of murder Tuesday for repeatedly stabbing a Texas college professor with the heel of her stiletto.