Starbucks trucks are headed to campus

Here's something that will make returning to school less painful for some college students: Starbucks is launching food trucks.

Protesters, police in riot gear brace for tense night in Ferguson

(CNN) -- An evening of peaceful protests devolved into another tense standoff as a few protesters hurled bottles toward police in Ferguson, Missouri.

Vacant building in Union Plaza to be revamped

A vacant building in the historic Union Plaza in downtown El Paso is about to get a breath of fresh air.

NMSU football practice report #15

The New Mexico State football team wrapped up another day of the 2014 fall camp on the practice field west of Aggie Memorial Stadium, Monday, Aug. 18. It was the first practice of the week after taking a day off on Sunday.

Jefferson names new head coaches

Jefferson High School announces new varsity boys basketball coach Arnold Reyes, left, on Aug. 30, 2014, during a press conference at the school's cafeteria.

NMSU to hold 'Ag Day' Thurday, August 28

For the second-consecutive year, the New Mexico State football team’s season opener will coincide with Agriculture Day as the Aggies face the Cal-Poly University Mustangs, Thursday, Aug. 28, at 6 p.m.

First Light Federal Credit Union to sponsor 'Battle of I-10'

UTEP Athletics and FirstLight Federal Credit Union have joined forces for this year’s rivalry series between the Miners and the NM State Aggies.

UTEP's 'Orange Fever Fiesta' is sold out

The UTEP Department of Athletics and Miner Athletic Club are proud to announce that this year’s Orange Fever Fiesta is sold out.

Pope says ISIS must be stopped. But how?

Nearly everyone agrees that the militant Muslim group marauding through northern Iraq must be stopped. The question is, how?

El Paso man accused of stabbing, killing wife tried to kill self after alleged murder

An arrest affidavit into Saturday's murder investigation reveals what happened moments after Isaac Duarte, 74, allegedly stabbed and killed his wife Maria Duarte, 66.

Peak rush: Paragliding the Swiss Alps

When a man tells me to "trust him," my typical reaction is to run.

1 in 8 residents rely on food pantries: El Pasoans Fighting Hunger releases new study

The face of hunger is changing in El Paso. One in eight people in El Paso County rely on food pantries -- this according to a newly released study by El Pasoans Fighting Hunger.

NMSU and Memorial Medical Center to offer public health courses to medical residents

Beginning in fall 2014, the Department of Public Health Sciences in the New Mexico State University College of Health and Social Services and the Southern New Mexico Family Medicine Residency Program at Memorial Medical Center will offer reside

Job seeker says natural hair cost her the job

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