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Big Brothers Big Sisters announced the arrival of Rose Ann Vasquez, the nonprofit’s new regional director for Las Cruces, Silver City and Deming. In a news release, BBBS said the previous … more
A judge affirmed a candidate's disqualification Monday after the candidate submitted altered petitions. The Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office disqualified Ronnie Sisneros on March 19. … more
A lobbyist who advocates for the city of Las Cruces discussed trends and a slew of changes coming down from Santa Fe after the 2024 legislative session. Those items include new gun control laws, … more
One year and four months after Las Cruces voters overwhelmingly approved a $6 million cash infusion to the city’s affordable housing efforts, the city announced on March 25 that it had begun … more
Mesilla Mayor Russell Hernandez affirmed that town marshals are leading the investigation that has led to a murder charge against Oscar Renee Sandoval, who remains at large. more
The largest esports tournament in New Mexico will kick off this weekend at New Mexico State University. Now in its third year, the NM State Esports Invitational is open to the community … more
The Las Cruces Police Department asked the public for assistance finding a person of interest in an unsolved murder as Crime Stoppers of Las Cruces-Doña Ana County offered a $1,000 reward for … more
Christine Woods, Make-A-Wish Southern Ambassadors chair, works every day to bring a moment of joy into the lives of children in the area who have a critical diagnosis. The small group of … more
Amid concerns about public safety in Las Cruces, the Bulletin is planning an occasional series of in-depth reporting about criminal justice and behavioral health in New Mexico. This article about … more
Three candidates were disqualified from running in the 2024 elections, causing some races to become uncompetitive in the process.  more
New Mexico State University settled two lawsuits with two former administrators totaling about $500,000. more
An interview with Las Cruces' new city manager, Ikani Taumoepeau, and a guide to pronouncing the executive's name. more
A Las Cruces man faces murder charges after police said he shot and killed a man on April 3. Bernardo Hernandez Jr., 22, was charged with first-degree murder and tampering with evidence. Police … more
The nonprofit Jardin de los Niños was awarded a $25,000 grant from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico to provide child care and therapeutic early intervention services to children … more
Lynn Middle School near Young Park went on lockdown Wednesday as police investigated a shooting in the area that injured a man. According to a news release, the incident occurred about 6 a.m. on … more
On the same day New Mexico State University announced a new interim president, following a failed search for a permanent appointment, professors pushing for a union expressed optimism about their … more
A barefoot woman was seen leaving a grey SUV, a voice called out “No!” and was immediately drowned out by multiple gunshots before the car drove off in the direction of Mesilla. That … more
The Doña Ana County Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved funding for a new emergency management center during a meeting on March 26.  The Office of Emergency Management … more
Future generations will never know the sights of the Kilby Motel or the infamous “eyesore” on Main Street – not if the city of Las Cruces has its way. Both buildings were … more
The Association Women’s Group, a local organization of women in business, hosted its second annual Girls Leveling Up conference last week, bringing 250 young women in the Las Cruces Public … more
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