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NMSU offers university-wide sustainability minor

Beyond the growing trend of “going green,” New Mexico State University has caught on to the universal movement transforming the job market for graduating students – a movement that benefits the student, the university and the

Thousands of students to protest standardized tests

Thousands of New Mexico students plan on cutting class Monday to protest the state's new standardized tests.

Trinity Site open house now twice a year

Trinity Site, where the first atomic bomb was tested, will once again be open to the public twice a year, with the next Trinity Site Open House scheduled April 4.

Operation Desert Snow nets five Dona Ana County fugitives

Dona Ana County Sheriff's deputies in conjunction with the U.S.

Grant available for Las Cruces area filmmakers

Aspiring filmmakers may want to investigate the Roy W. Dean Spring Grant, which is now accepting applications. The deadline for grant applications is April 30.

LCPD urging citizens to stop leaving keys in unattended cars on chilly mornings

Some Las Cruces residents are nearly giving thieves the keys to their cars.

NASA rocket will launch tomorrow out of White Sands Missile Range

Tomorrow morning, a NASA Terrier-Black Brant research rocket will lift off from White Sands Missile Range in southern New Mexico, carrying an experiment to study ionization in space just beyond the reaches of the Earth's atmosphere.

11,600 New Mexico residents impacted by data breach

More than 11,000 New Mexico residents have been identified as victims of a huge hacking attack.

Las Cruces hosts Spanish Market for first time

If you are an art lover, Las Cruces is the place to be this weekend. 

Transgender woman to become first to marry in Las Cruces

The wedding bells will be ringing Saturday for what is going to be a historic marriage in Las Cruces.

DACC East Mesa Campus evacuated due to bomb threat

For the second time in a week, students at Dona Ana Community College East Mesa Campus are being asked to evacuate campus. This time, due to a bomb threat.

Uber now in Las Cruces, looks to bank an additional $1 billion

Uber has announced they are expanding the shuttle service to Las Cruces, NM. The ride service launched Wednesday. The service promises to offer rates up to 30 percent cheaper than taxi services in the city of the crosses.

Mayor Miyagishima delivers State of the City addresss

Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima praised the city's financial stability and enthusiasm as key factors in moving the city forward during today's State of the City address.

LCPD: Suspect in hotel duct-tape robbery arrested

A desperate scream for help from a hotel guest resulted in the arrest of the woman's boyfriend in Las Cruces on Tuesday afternoon.

NMSU Police search for man who made threat against DACC student

UPDATE: Classes will resume at DACC East mesa Campus Wednesday after a threat was made against a student on Tuesday afternoon. NMSU Police are now actively searching for the woman's ex-boyfriend, Jaime Duran.