Workforce Solutions to Hold Job Expo

EL PASO - If you're looking for a job here in El Paso, here's some good news: the city's largest job expo is one week away.

Postal Workers March to Keep Jobs

EL PASO - Postal service workers took to the streets today, partly in an effort to tell the public that they're hard workers who want to keep their jobs.

Serious Crash on I-10 Near Clint

EL PASO - There was a serious crash on I-10 this evening.

Report: Cartels Looking to Create "Sanitary Zones" Along Texas-Mexico Border

A new report claims that cartels are seeking to create "sanitary zones" all along the Texas-Mexico border. The zones would provide a so-called "safe haven" for cartel members to elude Mexican law enforcement.

Expect Traffic Delays Around UTEP Area

EL PASO - If you drive by UTEP or the Cincinnati Entertainment District during peak traffic hours, plan ahead. Construction is causing more delays in that area.

Romo Ready for Redskins Attack

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said he is prepared to start Monday night when Dallas hosts rival Washington in their home opener.

Texas A&M Officially Votes to Join SEC Starting in 2012

The Southeastern Conference Presidents and Chancellors, acting unanimously, announced today that Texas A&M University will join the Southeastern Conference effective July 1, 2012, with competition to begin in all sports for the 2012-13 acad

UTEP Volleyball Picks up big Victory over SMU

Sophomores Jeane Horton and Jacqueline Cason registered career-highs of 17 and 14 kills, respectively as the UTEP volleyball team (11-5, 1-1 C-USA) claimed its first Conference USA victory of the season over SMU (4-10, 0-2 C-USA) on Sunday at M

East Carolina Walks the Plank, UTEP defeats the Pirates, 3-2

The UTEP soccer team extended its unbeaten streak to six with a 3-2 lightning-delayed victory against East Carolina at University Field Sunday afternoon.

Lobos Top Aggies on the Pitch, 4-0

In the non-conference finale, the New Mexico State soccer team suffered its first loss inside Aggie Memorial Stadium this season, as the Aggies fell to New Mexico, 4-0.

18th Ranked South Florida Too Much for UTEP, Miners Fall 52-24

Despite tough play from backup quarterback Carson Meger, the UTEP Miners didn't have enough firepower in a 52-24 loss at #18 South Florida Saturday evening.  Meger threw for 244 yards and two touchdowns, but was picked off three times,

Mayfield Tops Sandia, 37-7

The Mayfield Trojans are ranked 6th in the State of New Mexico, and put their ranking on the line against 10th ranked Sandia at the Field of Dreams. Mayfield won, 37-7. Also on Saturday, #2 Las Cruces defeated Rio Grande, 51-6.

Aggies Fall to Winless Spartans, 34-24

The New Mexico State football team dropped its opening Western Athletic Conference (WAC) game of the season 34-24 at San Jose State Saturday afternoon.

UTEP Volleyball Hosts SMU Sunday

Coming off a three-set loss to Tulsa on Friday, the Miners (10-5, 0-2) are looking for their first conference victory of the season when it takes on SMU on Sunday, Sept. 25 at 12 p.m. in Memorial Gym.

Price Has Decision To Make

UTEP Coach Mike Price won't name his starting quarterback until just before kickoff against South Florida.  Nick Lamaison hopes to return from an injured shoulder.