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Apollo 8 astronaut, U.S. Air Force colonel, aeronautical engineer and one-time Las Cruces business owner Frank Borman died Nov. 7 in Billings, Montana at age 95. Borman and his wife, Susan, … more
Attorney General Raúl Torrez announced Thursday multiple felony charges against three New Mexico State University basketball players for hazing incidents resulting in criminal … more
SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO – A perfect storm of factors appears to be driving extra demand for food assistance across the southern half of the state. First, in line with the federal … more
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
The New Mexico Department of Transportation District One office will conduct overnight roadway closures starting Wednesday, Nov. 15, for bridge testing on Interstate 10, University Avenue, and south … 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
“Congratulations to the winning candidates,” outgoing Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima said Nov. 8, the day after the recent municipal elections. After serving four terms as mayor, … more
Las Cruces NeigborWoods and Tree New Mexico are planting 50 trees in a “Lift Up Neighborhood” with a community planting.  On Nov. 18, volunteer tree planters arrive at 9 a.m. and … more
The Las Cruces Chile Drop is among 20 New Year's Eve drops that have been nominated by travel editors as the best in the United States, the City of Las Cruces said in a news release. Las Cruces … more
Russell Hernandez filed his candidacy for mayor of Mesilla early on the morning of filing day, Aug. 29, and checked the New Mexico secretary of state’s website throughout the day to see if any … more
Fabian Garcia would have been so proud. Garcia was a member of the first graduating class of the New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts, now New Mexico State University, … more
Thanks to movies, TV shows, and extensive public awareness campaigns, lung cancer has long been a part of the public consciousness. Many Americans recognize the disease is strongly linked to smoking, … more
Las Cruces firefighters provided emergency care and rescued two cats that were found in residential structure fire Nov. 7, the Las Cruces Fire Department said in a news release. About 8:15 … more
The 2023 Dress the Child begins dressing children this weekend, as the annual shopping events begin. The program raises funds to purchase new clothing for students in need in the Las Cruces and … more
In the at-large race for two seats on the Village of Hatch Board of Trustees, incumbent G. Dennis Torres received 99 votes (42 percent), incumbent Peter Atencio received 92 votes (39 percent) and … 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
At 10:30 p.m. on Election Night, with all 119 precincts partially counted, but none of them fully counted, several City of Las Cruces election races were still too close to call. (UPDATED) … more
As this year’s New Mexico State University men’s basketball team was in Lexington, Kentucky, Nov. 6, preparing for its season-opening game, another lawsuit was filed in Las Cruces against … more
If you haven’t voted yet in this election, you have until 7 p.m. tonight. If you live in the City of Las Cruces, it’s your chance to help elect the city’s first new mayor since … more
The 76 th season of the Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program is under way in Las Cruces. The Marines have been busy, placing more than 150 toy collection boxes throughout Las Cruces, White … more
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