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WHAT:      Lordsburg Veteran Benefits Seminar Various presentations on such topics as the PACT Act , suicide prevention , the VA disability claims process, and VA health care … more
On an afternoon with blowing dust and sideways snow, two people in bright yellow vests and heavy winter clothes worked over an open manhole in the brush behind Belen High School. “Ice … more
In 2023, NMSU grad Jesse Walden was behind his camera in Orlando reporting from the scene of a homicide when he and his colleague were shot. A year later, Walden reflects on a year of healing. more
The morning before Jonah Hernandez was killed, he made sure to spend a few minutes helping his wife. Yesenia Lopez had been sick the morning of Feb. 11, so she needed help getting out of bed. … more
Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Ignacio Ruiz congratulated the district’s top financial officer, Chenyu “Alex” Liu, Tuesday evening for an annual financial audit that … more
Around 40 people protested a Las Cruces City Council meeting Tuesday following the death of a Las Cruces Police Department officer. more
The city of Las Cruces holds a public meeting from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday to discuss the arterial and collector speed management policy. In simpler terms, the policy refers to how the city manages … more
Health official Kayla Blanchard of Alamogordo is the League of Women Voters of Southern New Mexico’s choice for its 2024 Making Democracy Work award, an annual honor with a $250 cash prize. … more
New Mexico State Police have charged a Minnesota man with killing a Rio Rancho man inside a Las Cruces prison last year. Corey Clinton Jeffery, 51, stands charged with first-degree murder, … more
NBC News journalist Gretchen Morgenson talks about her book and concerning findings about private equity and the health care industry. more
The city of Las Cruces held an evening memorial service for fallen LCPD officer Jonah Hernandez that featured tributes and Christian prayers. more
Memorial Medical Center on Wednesday joined the nonprofit Running4Heroes in organizing a 1-mile walk in remembrance of slain Las Cruces police officer Jonah Hernandez. Approximately 100 … more
Las Cruces police are investigating an early morning shooting on Feb. 15 that killed one man and injured another. more
Doña Ana County received a clean audit following a presentation at a Board of Commissioners meeting on Feb. 13. Auditors with Hinkle and Landers, an Albuquerque-based firm, issued … more
The Doña Ana County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a change to the governance structure of the Camino Real Regional Utility Authority. The move shifts the power – … more
A candlelight vigil for fallen Las Cruces officer Jonah Hernandez is set for Friday evening, the city announced Wednesday. Hernandez became the first LCPD officer to die in the line of duty on … more
Since becoming the chief of the Las Cruces Police Department last year, Jeremy Story has delivered a dozen news conferences. He's been more visible than previous chiefs and more willing to be the … more
Attorneys led by Israel Chávez issued a notice of tort and civil rights claim against the Camino Real Regional Utility Authority. more
The death of a Las Cruces Police Department officer left a solemn atmosphere at Monday's city council meeting. more
A police officer responding to a trespass call early Sunday evening was stabbed, according to LCPD. more
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