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UTEP HOOPS: Meet Freshman Mar'Qywell Jackson

El Paso is not known for it's basketball pipeline to the Motor City, but UTEP snagged a big prize in the incoming Freshman class.

Alferez looking to get 50-year child porn sentence thrown out

The former El Paso dance teacher given 50 years in federal prison on child pornography charges is challenging his sentence.

Chihuahuas late rally clinches series over Omaha

The El Paso Chihuahuas trailed by two runs with one out and no baserunners in the ninth inning Tuesday afternoon but came back to beat the Omaha Storm Chasers 8-5.

Globetrotters drafts former Aggie Bhullar

The NBA Draft is not until Thursday night, but former 7-foot-5 NMSU center Sim Bhullar has already been drafted by an elite pro team, the Harlem Globetrotters.

Fort Bliss soldiers honor a fallen comrade’s promise

Soldiers dressed in full Army Dress Blues filled the front seats of Mountain View High School graduation ceremony on June 7, 2014; a unique sight, even for a city located just outside a military installation.

Suspected drunk driver allegedly crashes into light poles, pedestrian and cars before being arrested

A suspected drunk driver knocked down two light poles, struck a pedestrian and three vehicles before being detained by Las Cruces Police.

Teen 'car surfing' severely injured

A teen was "surfing" on top of his friend's BMW when he fell off, getting seriously hurt, according to the El Paso Police Dept. Spokesman.

Land Swap: City inks deal with EPISD

A win-win solution, that's what some city and EPISD officials are calling a land swap deal. The deal, several different parcels of land pieced together like a real-life puzzle, may impact taxpayers.

Veteran crisis command center seeks to increase accessibility for veterans

Raul Herrera, a U.S. Navy veteran, was among the veterans at the veteran crisis command center at the American Legion in northeast El Paso.

NMSU computer science department head named interim associate dean

Enrico Pontelli, computer science professor and department head, will take the position of interim associate dean in New Mexico State University’s College of Arts and Sciences as of July 1.

Farmer's market celebrates 4th seasonal opening day

La Mujer Obrera, a local women’s empowerment and advocacy center is celebrating their 4th Seasonal Opening of the Mayapan Farmers’ Market on Saturday, June 28, 2014.

El Paso VA announces new appointment hotline

The El Paso Veterans Administration announced Tuesday that they have created a new VA Access Hotline for any El Paso veterans needing medical care at the El Paso VA.

Teen killed in Horizon City forklift accident identified

A Clint teenager died just before 6 p.m. Monday night after a forklift accident in Horizon City.

Reynolds Home car and bike show

Reynolds Home and alongside the El Paso County Sheriff’s Officers Charitable Organization have come together to host a car and bike show fundraiser to benefit the home.

A five year plan to reduce the asthma burden in New Mexico

The New Mexico Council on Asthma (NMCOA) and the New Mexico Department of Health are pleased to announce the recent publication of a five-year plan to be used as a guide to reduce the burden of asthma and improve asthma outcomes in New Mexico.&