Bulletin report Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that helps identify the man suspected of burglarizing vehicles that are parked briefly near Redbox kiosks. The suspect, driving what appears to be a tan Chevrolet Uplander, parks his vehicle near a Redbox and waits for a customer to park nearby and approach the kiosk. When the Redbox customer is distracted with a transaction, the suspect enters the customer’s unlocked vehicle and steals valuables that are ... CONTINUE
NMSU’s Sonnenschein achieves Olympic dreams with Mozambique Bulletin report Many dream of representing their country, but very few get the opportunity to do so on the world’s biggest stage. For New Mexico State University swimmer Jannah Sonnenschein, that dream became reality when the sophomore was chosen to represent Mozambique in the 31st Olympiads held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Originally from Amsterdam, Netherlands, Sonnenschein moved to Mozambique at ... CONTINUE
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Homestand critical for first-place Ags Bulletin report A winning streak may have been snapped, but the end-game goal is still very much within reach. The New Mexico State University men’s basketball team fell 71-41 in a nonconference game at Wichita State in the team’s worst loss of the season. “I’m obviously disappointed that we couldn’t play a little better, but I thought we ran into a buzz saw,” said NM State ... CONTINUE
Ohio State University’s Dylan Steinhilber works on his team’s 30K rocket Friday, June 22, at Spaceport America during the second annual Spaceport America Cup, headquartered in Las Cruces. The vertical launch competition, sponsored by the Experimental Sounding Rocket Association, attracted 133 teams of student rocketeers from across the U.S. and 11 countries. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE CONTINUE
Bulletin photo by Brook Stockberger New Mexico State University Athletics Director Mario Moccia, left, presents new men’s basketball coach Paul Weir with a jersey during a news conference to announce Weir’s hiring, Tuesday, April 26 at the Pan American Center. Bulletin report New Mexico State University announced the hiring of NM State associate head coach Paul Weir as the 25th men’s head basketball coach of the Aggies. NM State Director of Athletics Mario ... CONTINUE