Dec, 20

El Paso area gas prices dip below $2, lowest in 5 years

Gas prices have dropped to just below $2 per gallon at many gas stations in El Paso and Las Cruces — the lowest gas prices in 5½ years.

Dec, 20

UTEP football: Seniors Showers, Miller happy to end careers in bowl game for Miners

ALBUQUERQUE >> The journey to Saturday’s Gildan New Mexico Bowl has been filled with highs and lows for UTEP’s quarterback Jameill Showers and safety Wesley Miller.

Dec, 20

New El Paso chief medical examiner not a U.S. citizen, draws biggest salary

El Paso County’s new chief medical examiner, who is not a U.S. citizen, will be the county’s highest paid employee, making nearly $300,000 a year when he assumes his new post in January, according to county officials.

Dec, 20

UTEP football: Utah State WR Sharp steps up to be top receiver

ALBUQUERQUE – One of the key reasons for the success of the Utah State offense this year has been the play of junior wide receiver Hunter Sharp.

Dec, 20

Live coverage today: UTEP vs. Arizona men’s basketball

Dec, 20

UTEP basketball: Arizona Wildcats defeat Miners, 60-55

And it all came down to foul and free throw … foul and hope. Still, UTEP scratched and scrambled and took Arizona, the No.

Dec, 20

Woman arrested in vehicle arson case in Lower Valley

A 24-year-old woman was arrested last week for allegedly setting a fire that damaged three vehicles earlier this year, El Paso Fire Department officials said Friday.

Dec, 19

Texas Parks and Wildlife: Time stands still in El Paso

For more than 10,000 years, prehistoric people, Spanish explorers, soldiers, Native Americans, settlers, stagecoach drivers and modern-day travelers have traversed the natural pass along the Rio Grande that slices through the Rocky Mountains’ southernmost extension to reach their destinations.