Several area students get new shows all thanks to the Braden Aboud Memorial Foundation

Some area kids are sporting new kicks all for doing good deeds.

Study: 'Jesus' wife' fragment not a fake

A team of scientists has concluded that a controversial scrap of papyrus that purportedly quotes Jesus referring to "my wife," is not a fake, according to the Harvard Theological Review. "

Farm workers block traffic, stage protest at border

More than 200 Mexican farm workers blocked commercial lanes of traffic from entering Juarez today at the Bridge of the Americas.

Man accused of killing infant son arraigned in court

The man who El Paso Police allege killed his 11-month-old son while caring for him in their Northeast El Paso home in February was indicted on capita

School record UTEP athletes named to C-USA Honor Roll

A school-record 140 UTEP student-athletes have been named to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, the league office announced Thursday afternoon.

NMSU men's and women's tennis to host final matches of season

The New Mexico State men’s tennis team has two matches this weekend at the NM State Tennis Center to conclude its spring schedule.

Chihuahuas pick up RHP Sexton from San Antonio

RHP Tim Sexton transferred to El Paso from Double-A San Antonio

UTEP tennis to honor three on Senior Day

The UTEP women’s tennis team will complete the 2014 regular season this weekend, while honoring seniors Rebeca Calvillo, Marie LeBlond and Gabi Vazquez on Senior Day at the El Paso Tennis Club.

Heinrich named Associate Athletic Director for Development for NMSU

New Mexico State Athletics Director McKinley Boston announced this week that Fred Heinrich has been named the Aggies’ new Associate Athletic Director for Development.

NMSU earns 29 All-WAC academic honors

The 2013-14 Academic All-WAC men and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s indoor track and field and men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams have been announced.

Chihuahuas fall in first extra innings game

The El Paso Chihuahuas lost the first extra-inning game in team history Wednesday, falling to the Tacoma Rainiers 4-3 in 10 innings.

Walmart toe sucker pleads guilty

A North Carolina man was sentenced to two months in jail after he admitted to sucking a woman's toes at a Walmart.

Las Cruces couple suspected of leaving 2-year-old in car

A Las Cruces couple found themselves behind bars after they allegedly left their 2-year-old daughter alone in a car while they went inside a local restaurant to celebrate a birthday.

Albuquerque police have 'pattern' of excessive, deadly force, report says

Albuquerque, New Mexico, police officers killed a 19-year-old as he "lay motionless on his back," an unarmed drugstore robber who was walking away from officers and a 25-year-old veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder w

Diamond Recovered and Returned to New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

The three carat diamond stolen from the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science was returned to the museum this morning.