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The New Mexico Secretary of State’s Office selected two precincts in Doña Ana County for a random audit as part of the mandatory post-election system review, according to a news release. … more
The family of Anthony, Texas businessman Adrian Emilio Baca announced that he died “surrounded by his loving family” on June 18 at the age of 87. Born in Ciudad Juárez and … more
A judge ordered a man accused of killing his brother and father to be held in jail during a hearing on June 26, even as questions emerged about his mental health at the time of the killings. … more
Twenty cadets are set to graduate from the Las Cruces Fire Department’s academy on June 28. The occasion will be makred with a graduation ceremony at 5:30 p.m. at the Doña Ana … more
Three juveniles are facing charges in a break-in and theft at a Las Cruces gun shop, with city and federal law enforcement agencies involved. Miller Guns and Ammo, located on N. Telshor … more
The Las Cruces Police Department issued a call for public tips in its search for Sergio Guadalupe Jacquez, 30, whom they believe responsible for a shooting on Sunday on Telshor Boulevard. An … more
The Spaceport America Cup competition drew thousands of people from around the world to Las Cruces and Sierra County for a week of research presentations, professional networking and rocket launches. more
Ruidoso residents returned to the village Monday after a week-long evacuation because of two major fires that destroyed parts of the community. more
The school board unanimously approved an annual contract between Las Cruces Public Schools and transportation STS of NM for school bus service in the 2024-25 school year during their June 18 meeting. … more
The Las Cruces Public Schools will pay the town of Mesilla $170,000 in the next school year for the assignment of two armed Mesilla marshals as full-time security personnel, known as “school … more
Four people are dead, one is in jail, a teen girl was injured by shrapnel and police are looking for suspects after two unrelated incidents rocked the city over the weekend of June 23. According … more
Superintendent Ignacio Ruiz was awarded a new contract with a higher salary after his first year at the Las Cruces Public Schools. more
Despite the havoc it caused this week, the huge rainstorm that fell Wednesday over Ruidoso has ushered in a short period of “minimal fire activity” on the Salt and South Fork fires, … more
The U.S. Supreme Court is allowing the federal government to block the deal Texas and New Mexico proposed to end a decade of litigation over Rio Grande water. The decision made Friday … more
This article contains descriptions of suicide. Immediate help is available by calling the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline by dialing 988. more
President Joe Biden on Thursday declared a state of disaster in connection to two fires that have burned or destroyed an estimated 1,400 structures in the Ruidoso area and claimed at least two lives. … more
A team from Las Cruces will assist with rescues subsequent to flash foods caused by wildfires in Lincoln County. more
President Joe Biden approved Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s request for an expedited Major Disaster Declaration in response to the South Fork and Salt fires, a White House official said … more
A deputy with the Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Department killed a man during a shootout near Shalem Colony on June 19, according to a news release. DASO did not identify the man … more
The old Doña Ana County Courthouse maintains a stately presence in downtown Las Cruces. more
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