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Las Cruces City Manager Ifo Pili, who has led Las Cruces’ administration for three and a half years, announced he will leave the city in March. The announcement came Wednesday morning.  … 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
The five finalists in New Mexico State University’s search for a new president will be on campus this week for separate open forums inviting faculty and staff and students to hear the … more
The Las Cruces City Council voted unanimously to sign a $3 million contract with American Medical Response (AMR) to provide ambulance services in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County. The … more
On Monday, courtroom 7 at the 3rd Judicial District court in Las Cruces was packed. The gallery was full, people stood at the sides of the room, and an additional row of chairs accommodated staff … 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
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
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
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
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
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
The death of a Las Cruces Police Department officer left a solemn atmosphere at Monday's city council meeting. more
Community members challenging the presence of L.C. Rosen’s young adult novel, “Jack of Hearts (and other parts),” at Mayfield High School’s library have a second opportunity … more
The National Nuclear Security Administration is proposing to build an energy transmission line that would run across the protected Caja del Rio wilderness in northern New Mexico. It would be the … more
The Las Cruces City Council approved a planning document Monday that sets the stage for potential development on Northrise Drive. The Northrise Blueprint was approved on a 5-to-1 vote on Feb. 5, … more
Beginning in July 2027, law school graduates will take a new bar examination for qualifying to practice law in New Mexico, the state Supreme Court and the Board of Bar Examiners announced Monday. … more
A home on Bellamah Circle, a cul-de-sac south of Bellamah Drive a few blocks away from Lynn Middle School, was damaged by a fire on Sunday, according to the Las Cruces Fire Department. The LCFD said … more
New Mexico State University’s five regents unanimously approved a list of finalists under consideration as NMSU’s next president during a special meeting Friday afternoon held by video … more
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) has completed a $2.7 million truck parking initiative, unveiling the state’s first Truck Parking Availability System (TPAS). This is … more
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