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UPDATE, Thursday, Aug. 10 - The man struck and killed Sunday in Las Cruces by a northbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe train has been identified as 42-year-old Ryan Carl Hill.   Hill carried a … more
(Editor’s note: The Las Cruces Bulletin has received word that former U.S. Ambassador to South Africa Delano Lewis has died. According to reports the Bulletin received, Lewis had been in care … more
The crossover bridge from Interstate 10 East to Interstate 25 North will be closed indefinitely, New Mexico Department of Transportation spokesperson Ami Evans told the Bulletin earlier this week, … more
ACTion Programs for Animals (APA) has joined NBCUniversal Local’s 2023 Clear the Shelters pet adoption and donation campaign, Tuesday, Aug. 1-Thursday, Aug. 31. This is the ninth … more
The Las Cruces Fire Department has taken additional measures to address a pesky fire at the City of Las Cruces Foothills Landfill off Sonoma Ranch Boulevard between Dripping Springs Road and Lohman … more
The start of the 2023-2024 school year was met with familiar challenges – bus delays, driver shortages and uncontrollable weather patterns.    more
Al Berryman runs three days a week, including a Saturday morning run that often covers six miles or more; he does strength training at Planet Fitness on El Paseo Road two mornings a week; rides a … more
A black-chinned hummingbird (Archilochus alexandri), a small hummer with a long beak, visits a feeder in Las Cruces that is also frequently visited by two other blackchins. more
You’ve surely seen the big red “X” south of the border in Juarez, as you’re driving along Interstate 10 near downtown El Paso. At 8 p.m. July 22, the red “X,” … more
The 1-25 crossover bridge, which carries traffic from eastbound Interstate 10 to northbound Interstate 25 remains closed following a tanker truck crash July 11. Only one vehicle was involved, … more
Virgin Galactic has announced the first private astronaut mission, “Galactic 02,” has a launch window set on Aug. 10. It will be crewed by Jon Goodwin, an 80-year-old, Olympian and early … more
July 16th 10:35 statement from the Alamogordo Police Department… “It is with profound sadness that the Alamogordo Police Department announces the passing of Officer Anthony Ferguson … more
The 2023 monsoon season is “off to a slow start” but likely will have a “gangbuster finish,” said National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologist Jason Laney, based at NWS’ … more
The Aggies’ new men’s basketball coach, Jason Hooten, sat down with Mike Cook of the Las Cruces Bulletin to talk about his arrival at NMSU, and the job before him. Jason Hooten … more
Las Cruces Public Schools begins the 2023-24 school year Wednesday, July 19, as the school district continues its year-round school calendar. Kindergarten, sixth- and ninth-grade students return … more
Doña Ana Community College Automotive Program has received full re-accreditation from the Automotive Service Excellence Education Foundation (ASE), DACC said in a news release. The … more
A federal program launched during the pandemic helps low-income families pay their monthly internet cost – sometimes covering the whole bill. But many people across Southern New Mexico are … more
Mesa Middle School seventh grader Natalia Acosta-Briones earned first place at the 2023 National Spanish Spelling Bee (NSSB) held July 1 in El Paso. After five hours of spelling competition, a tie … more
As United States Army soldiers – including Buffalo Soldiers, the Black infantry who were among the most decorated soldiers in the American Frontier Wars – abandoned Fort Selden in 1891, … more
The schedule is set for the annual City of Las Cruces 4th of July Celebration, the city said in a news release. All events are free and open to the public. Monday, July 3 7:30 p.m.: … more
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