UTEP drops close match to South Florida

Sophomore Dominique Millette led the Miners in kills and hitting percentage but it wasn’t enough to defeat the University of San Francisco on Saturday morning.

NMSU volleyball sweeps Brown

For the second-consecutive day the New Mexico State volleyball team swept its opponent during the Holly Young Invitational after defeating Brown Saturday morning in straight sets 25-16, 25-19, 25-18.

NMSU women win Kachina Classic in Las Cruces

The New Mexico State Aggies had a successful home meet at the Kachina Classic, Saturday, Sept. 20 with the women’s team coming in first and the men’s team finishing third against UTEP and El Paso Community College.

Rotich, Jepkirui Take Individual Titles at Kachina Classic

The UTEP men’s and women’s cross-country squad had a solid showing at the Kachina Classic. The UTEP men’s team was led once again by Anthony Rotich and Joan Jepkirui paced the women’s team.

Iron Boy boxing comes to El Paso

On the heels of its fourteenth consecutive event in Phoenix, Iron Boy Promotions branches out to El Paso, Texas, where it promises to deliver the same quality and explosive action as it has in Arizona.

El Paso man dead after standoff with Las Cruces Police

On Friday, at around 8:15 A.M., Officers from the New Mexico State Police attempted to stop a speeding motorist heading eastbound on Interstate 10 near Deming, New Mexico that ended with one deceased male subject.

Students suprised with One Direction tickets by anonymous donor

Forty thousand screaming fans lined up hours before gates opened to the Sun Bowl Stadium for the One Direction Concert. Fans included children of all ages, and adults.

White House partially evacuated after disturbance near front door

Part of the White House was evacuated Thursday night after a disturbance on the North Lawn, according to a CNN reporter who was among those hustled from the building.

Pennsylvania police close in on suspect in officer slaying

Police in Pennsylvania appeared to be closing in Friday night on the suspect in the slaying of a state trooper.

City of El Paso participates in National Park (ing) Day

For the first time the City of El Paso and its partners participated in National Park (ing) Day.

Las Cruces murderer delays his own sentencing

A Las Cruces murderer was supposed to be sentenced today for killing a fellow inmate at the Dona Ana Detention Center, but sentencing has now been postponed.

Water affected by EPWU project

El Paso Water Utilities announce that water pressure will be lower than normal on Monday, September 22nd from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. and will affect 1,100 Northeast El Paso customers due to crews adding valves to a pipelines.

Tuberculosis test available for NM exposed babies

 New Mexico citizens should get their children checked if they had a child born at the Providence Hospital in El Paso between September 2013 through August 2014.