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Doña Ana County commissioners voted 3-2 not to implement increased fireworks restrictions ahead of the July 4th season, diverging from the city of Las Cruces on a similar measure earlier this … more
In March the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit dismissed the National Institutes of Health’s appeal of a federal court ruling that the agency broke the law by withholding sanctuary … more
The New Mexico Foundation for Open Government is hosting a free town hall Tuesday alongside state lawmakers to discuss New Mexico’s budget process and explore how it could be more transparent … more
What better way to celebrate your 97th birthday than by raising money for “the kids” to whom you have devoted a lifetime of service? For Las Cruces icon Barbara Hubbard, there is no … more
A years-long push to enact paid family and medical leave in New Mexico may have gotten a boost after the June 4 primary, when three of the House Democrats who voted against the proposal lost their … more
Virgin Galactic's pioneering space plane, the VSS Unity, looks its final flight before making way for a new line of spacecraft. more
Administrators of southern New Mexico’s largest hospital slammed a recent NBC News story about access to its cancer care and parried questions around possible violations of Memorial Medical … more
With triple-digit temperatures expected to return to Las Cruces’ weather forecast for several days this week, the City of Las Cruces will reactivate cooling stations … more
Police are seeking the public's help after a deceased man was found on the northeast side of Las Cruces. more
The Doña Ana County Magistrate court, which handles most lower-level criminal cases, announced a partnership June 7 with a local mental health provider to connect some defendants with … more
New Mexico Comunidades en Acción y de Fe (CAFé), a southern New Mexico community organization that advocates around poverty and justice, condemned an executive order that significantly … more
Making connections in communities, the New Mexico Commission on the Status of Women wants to hear the concerns of local women and connect them to the resources they need. The current listening tour … more
When you walk into the BOA Holistic Pot Lounge, 2140 Highway 180 E. in Silver City, it takes a few minutes for your eyes to adjust. The low light cavernous space could be the depths of a medieval … more
The Gila National Forest is celebrating 2024 as year of celebration of the world’s first wilderness. The Gila Wilderness was designated on June 3, 1924. “One hundred years ago, Aldo … more
A Las Cruces man faces murder charges after police said he stabbed another man at an apartment on Missouri Avenue on June 5. Gary Allyn, 60, was booked into the Doña Ana County Detention … more
This story includes mentions of suicide. If you or someone you know needs help, the national suicide and crisis lifeline in the U.S. is available by calling or texting 988. There is also an online chat at 988lifeline.org. more
Doña Ana County Commissioner Diana Murillo, a Democrat who also serves as the mayor of Anthony, had sought a second term at the county but was ousted in the Une 4 primary by fellow Democrat … more
Yolanda Chacon-Valle knew well before June 4 she wanted Fernando Macías to be the district attorney of Doña Ana County. One of the last people to vote in the Democratic primary … more
The former Doña Ana County manager edged past three Democratic rivals, ousting the incumbent, to run in November. more
Gerald Byers, the first Black District Attorney elected in New Mexico, trailed three Democratic primary challengers as votes were counted Tuesday night. more
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