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Las Cruces is sitting on at least $10 million of unspent money. Some of the money stems from the expansion of cannabis operations; but most of it arises in the aftermath of the historic opioid … more
The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University began a second search for a new leader on March 11 after deciding not to hire any of the five candidates they'd interviewed in recent weeks.  … more
Election season in the Mesilla Valley has officially begun. In all, 38 candidates filed to compete for 19 offices ranging from county clerks to district attorneys to state legislators. … more
An independent police auditor noted a rise in allegations against the Las Cruces Police Department during a presentation to the Las Cruces City Council on March 11. However, OIR Group, a … more
The city of Las Cruces broke ground on two affordable housing projects in March and February. The projects – one located at El Paseo Road and Farney Lane and the other at 130 N. Walnut … more
The Hatch Police Department announced on Sunday that the village’s mayor, James “Slim” Whitlock, died suddenly on Saturday at the age of 64. more
The Las Cruces Fire Department reported that two travel trailers were damaged by fire on Wednesday afternoon on the 1300 block of McFie Avenue. Firefighters responded at about 5:20 p.m. on March … more
Faculty members at New Mexico State University submitted authorization cards seeking recognition of a faculty union on Friday. more
A New Mexico resident will attend President Joe Biden's State of the Union address tonight as legislation is pending to expand the  Radiation Exposure Compensation Act . The measure was passed … more
Local news outlets and the reporters who work for them are declining sharply, with a Northwestern University study reporting newspapers closing at a rate of 2.5 weekly during 2023, an increase over … more
Senator Heinrich invited MacArthur Elementary's community school coordinator to be his guest at President Biden's address to Congress. more
A Las Cruces man who was struck by a car while riding his bike on Lohman Avenue in February succumbed to his injuries and died on March 2, according to a city of Las Cruces news release. Roy … more
The Las Cruces City Council approved a $6 million affordable housing general obligation bond and a strategy for how to spend it. Across two votes during a council meeting on March 4, councilors … more
The Las Cruces Public Libraries announced a weekend spring garden workshop open to the public from 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 16. The workshop consists of crafting activities … more
The bulk of a news conference Friday focused on changes and priorities that Las Cruces Police Chief Jeremy Story believes would make Las Cruces a safer place. more
Ifo Pili first heard of Las Cruces just two years before becoming the city’s most powerful man. He was serving as city manager of Eagle Mountain, Utah, when the city recorder mentioned Las … more
Las Cruces police on Thursday disclosed the identity of the witness who intervened during the assault of officer Jonah Hernandez and killed the assailant, Armando Silva. In an apparent effort to … more
The Doña Ana County Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously to purchase two plots of land for an upcoming transitional housing project near the intersection of W. Picacho and N. Motel … more
Las Cruces City Manager Ifo Pili, who has led Las Cruces’ administration for three and a half years, announced he will leave the city in March. The announcement came Wednesday morning.  … more
On an afternoon with blowing dust and sideways snow, two people in bright yellow vests and heavy winter clothes worked over an open manhole in the brush behind Belen High School. “Ice … more
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