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The Sun City celebrates Earth Day

El Paso's annual Earth Day celebration is right around the corner.

Calling all artists, do you want your artwork displayed around the Sun City?

Call to artists, how would you like to see your artwork across the Sun City? You now have that chance.

UTEP tops South Dakota State, earns spot in WNIT Championship

 It didn't take long for UTEP women's basketball fans to get the line going for WNIT Championship tickets.

Rhinos advance in Thorne Cup Playoffs

The El Paso Rhinos beat the Idaho Junior Steelheads Wednesday in their first game of the Thorne Cup.

SOLD OUT! UTEP To Play Host To Rutgers In WNIT Final Saturday

The 2014 WNIT championship game (UTEP vs. Rutgers, 1 p.m. Saturday, CBS Sports Network) has sold out in record time, taking less than two hours for the 12,222 seats at the Don Haskins Center to be purchased.

Opening Week Spotlight: Chihuahuas excited about roster

The Opening Day for the El Paso Chihuahuas is less than 24-hours away, as the Chihuahuas prepare to meet the Reno Aces in their season opener on Thursday night.

Miners defeat the 'Rabbits, to host WNIT Championship Game

Kayla Thornton (22 points, 11 rebounds), Kristine Vitola (18 points) and Kelli Willingham (10 points) all hit double figures in scoring, and UTEP got stops down the stretch to down South Dakota State, 66-63, in the WNIT Semifinals in front of a

Aggies baseball falls to Lobos, 17-7

Third baseman Derek Umphres hit a two-run home run in the top of the first but the New Mexico State baseball team fell 17-7 to its Rio Grande Rival, New Mexico at Lobo Field in Albuquerque, N.M., Wednesday, April 2.

Updated: high school soccer playoff schedules and results

High School Soccer playoff schedule and results: Thursday, April 3 4A Boys Sectional Round 6:30pm: Austin vs Bowie at Burges HS 4A Girls Sectional Round 7:00pm: Chapin at Andress

NMSU considering raising GPA admissions requirements

If you're applying to NMSU for college, you'd better make sure you've got the grades to go because the university is considering some changes that could make it tougher to get in.

AT&T hiring in El Paso

AT&T is looking to hire more than 3,000 retail employees nationwide, 46 of which will be open in the El Paso area.  The company plans to hire the retail sales and sales management employees over the next several months.  The compa

Child sexual assault cases in Doña Ana County up this year, according to new report

A local organization called "La Piñon," that helps victims of sexual assault, reports that the number of child sex crime cases in Doña Ana County went up 30% from January 2014 to March, 2014.

Analysis: On Education, Abbott Must Aim Carefully

It’s hard to campaign against the status quo — to do what Sarah Palin might call “that hopey-changey stuff” — when the leader of that status quo is an ally.

Man stabbed at Family Dollar store

El Paso police are investigating an afternoon stabbing at a Family Dollar store in Central El Paso.

Juarez investing $300 million to downtown, El Pasoans divided on visiting

The City of Juarez is undergoing a massive facelift in the hopes of luring in more American tourists. It's a story we first brought to you last week.