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NMSU selected as a military-friendly university

Military Advanced Education and G.I. Jobs have listed New Mexico State University as a top military-friendly school for 2014.

NMSU receiver declares for NFL Draft

New Mexico State head football coach Doug Martin announced Tuesday that wide receiver Austin Franklin has declared himself eligible for the 2014 NFL Draft.

Two men arrested for burglary of Gadsden High School

Two men were arrested just after midnight on Saturday, December 14th after Dona Ana County Sheriff's Deputies say they allegedly broke into Gadsden High School and stole various items, including a digital camera, two-way radio, stereo equip

NMSU ranked as a top military university

Military Advanced Education and G.I. Jobs have listed New Mexico State University as a top military-friendly school for 2014.

Aggies end tough road swing at the Pit

The New Mexico State men’s basketball team (8-5) wraps its four-game, 10-day road swing taking on Rio Grande Rival, New Mexico in The Pit, Tuesday, Dec. 16. The game against the Lobos in Albuquerque is set of a 7:05 p.m.

NMSU women head to California

The New Mexico State women's basketball team (3-6) heads to California to meet UC Irvine on Wednesday, Dec. 18 at 8 p.m. The game comes after a week off for the Aggies.

NMSU professor receives award to assist researchers with statistical support

Anup Amatya, an assistant professor in the department of public health sciences at New Mexico State University, has received a sub award from the Mountain West Research Consortium to help researchers with biostatistical support.

Turning back the sun at Leasburg Dam State Park

Although we can’t turn back time, we can turn back the sun at Leasburg Dam State Park on December 21, the shortest day of the year. This event begins at 11:00 a.m. and ends at 10:00 p.m.

Veterans tour proposed Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument sites

A group of veterans toured sites in the proposed Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument a day after a bill was introduced to protect the land in Dona Ana County.

NMSU outstanding grads honored at banquet

All the hard work and studying has paid off for thousands of New Mexico State University students but a select few that have gone above and beyond were recognized Friday afternoon.

LCPD: Drive by-shooting suspect sought

Las Cruces Crime Stoppers need the public's assistance with information on a recent drive-by shooting.

Socorro and Sierra County wet road conditions

The New Mexico Department of Transportation in District One has posted an alert for Socorro and Sierra County on I-25 and US-380 with wet roads due to rain and slick areas over bridges.

NMSU men to travel to Drake Saturday

The New Mexico State men’s basketball team (7-5) continues its four-game, 10-day road swing by heading to Des Moines, Iowa to face Drake (6-2) in the Knapp Center, Saturday, Dec. 14 at 6 p.m. (MT) with radio coverage on KGRT 103.9 FM.

Area restaurants recognized as 'True Culinary Treasures' by tourism department

The New Mexico Tourism Department has been traveling throughout the region recognizing established restaurants as 'True Culinary Treasures' in an effort to promote tourism.

Las Cruces man charged in Monday morning mobile home arson

Las Cruces Police say that a fire that destroyed a Las Cruces mobile home early morning was Arson.