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A truck crash on Interstate 25 Friday morning, Nov. 10, shut down the exit from Interstate 10 west to I-25 north. The wreck caused delays in morning traffic, closed the northbound I-25 lanes and … more
Following the completion of its sixth flight in six months last week, Virgin Galactic has announced it laid off approximately 18 percent of its workforce (185 people), and plans to pause operations … more
At 10:42 p.m. on Election Night, Nov. 7, mayoral candidate Eric Enriquez got the great news. No, not that he won the election, but that he had a new grandson: Antonio Joseph Enriquez, born in … more
Thursday, Nov. 2, Virgin Galactic completed its sixth space mission in six months and 10th to date. The Galactic 05 mission saw Virgin Galactic’s spaceship converted into a suborbital lab for … more
Col. George Turner took over leadership at White Sands Missile Range Nov. 2 in a Change of Command ceremony. Following the passing of the colors ceremony, Major Gen. James J. Gallivan, … more
"Life on the Wing: The Biology of Birds and Bats" is the focus of the Academy for Learning in Retirement's (ALR) November series, ALR said in a news release. “Birds and bats have excited … more
The Las Cruces Police Department, as of 10 a.m., Oct. 31, had not made any arrests in a shooting incident that left seven people injured late Saturday, Oct. 28. A report of shots fired came to … more
An office at Telshor Tower Plaza, 755 S. Telshor Blvd. caught fire Monday, Oct. 30. Las Cruces Fire Department vehicles and more than 40 firefighters responded and put out the fire within an … more
What do FAA-certified air racers, the world’s first licensed armless pilot and a host of classic and vintage automobiles, planes and helicopters have in common? They will all be at Las Cruces … more
White Sands Missile Range will conduct the Trinity Site Open House, Oct. 21. Trinity Site is where the world’s first atomic bomb was tested at 5:29:45 a.m. Mountain War Time July 16, 1945. … more
Co-founder of the United Farm Workers Association, Dolores Clara Fernandez Huerta is one of the most influential labor activists of the 20 th  century and a leader of the Chicano civil rights … more
The annular eclipse, which occurs as the moon is near its furthest point from Earth, creates the "ring of fire" effect with the sun peeking around the moon's edges.  Observers in Oregon, … more
After more than a decade of sitting vacant, demolition was in full swing Monday, Oct. 16, on this building at North Main Street and East Amador Avenue. The Las Cruces City Council passed a … more
Saturday, Oct. 14, New Mexicans will be able to witness a solar eclipse and should be aware of the steps they can take to protect their eyesight if they want to view the event.  Solar … more
It is such a powerful phenomenon, this combination of date and day of the week that occurs at least once a year (including this Friday) has its own designated phobia, slasher-movie franchise and a … more
A bright yellow T-shirt hung silently at last year’s “Project Clothesline” event at New Mexico State University. The tiny words “I wasn’t heard,” written in … more
When Las Cruces artists start gathering their paint and brushes, needle and thread, baubles and beads, glue guns and even their 3D-printer supplies, it must mean some kind of magic is going to … more
With eight food stations featuring dishes like shrimp with chimichurri sauce, Yucatan tacos, pollo al Ajillo and Coconut mango panna cotta, the 2023 Dress the Child fundraising dinner promises to be … more
Fabiola Cabeza de Baca, the first Spanish-speaking agent to serve in New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service who became one of the state’s foremost educators and … more
The War Eagles Air Museum at Dona Ann Airport to host historic World War II aircraft.  The C-47A Skytrain troop transport named That’s All, Brother is the airplane that led the … more
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