Brad Taylor has been named General Manager of the new El Paso Triple-A baseball team, officially starting in his post on May 28, 2013. The announcement was made today by MountainStar Sports Group President, Alan Ledford.
New Mexico State softball players Staci Rodriguez and Amber Olive were named to the All-Pacific Region first and second team, respectively, as announced by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) on Thursday, May 16.
David Beckham, one of the most iconic soccer stars of his generation, has announced his retirement.
His decision comes days after the 38-year-old won his latest title with French club Paris Saint-Germain.
Socorro police have made another arrest in connection with a suspected burglary ring.
18-year-old Diego Barrientos was arrested for allegedly receiving and possessing stolen property from a home in Socorro.
The city's planning commission has voted against a zoning proposal that would allow a Walmart to be built in Central El Paso. The proposed store would be built at the intersection of Montana and Chelsea where Chicos Tacos now sits.
The annual Muscular Dystrophy Association's fill the boot drive starts Friday, so Thursday a kick-off celebration was held at Firefighter Memorial Park. The fill the boot drive will run through May 27th.
Hewlett Packard is looking to hire several people specifically those with a degree in computer science.
Workforce Solutions Upper Rio Grande will be hosting a 2-day hiring fair at Norman Haley Employment Center.
It's an honor many years in the making. Thursday, Guillen Middle School's namesake, Ambrosio Guillen was posthumously given his Bowie High School diploma.
Students say their view of the school changed today.