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NMSU has identified body of man found burned on campus

The New Mexico State Unversity Police Department announced Thursday afternoon that they have tentatively identified the body found burned in a culvert on campus as 55-year-old Richard Livasy, a homeless man from Michigan who had been livin

ASCMV reduces adoption fees for 'Furry Valentines'

The Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley is hosting it's 4th Annual Valentine adoption event starting Friday and running through the holiday weekend.

LCPD shoots, kills aggressive dog

A plain clothed Las Cruces Police Officer shot and killed a mixed-breed dog Wednesday evening in the 3200 block of Eagle Ridge Drive after three people flagged the officer down saying that the dog was chasing them.

NMSU College of Engineering celebrates National Engineers Week

The New Mexico State University College of Engineering will celebrate National Engineers Week, February 15-21, with several events.

Dust Summit to be held in Las Cruces

The City of Las Cruces is hosting a Dust Summit to inform the public of the developments in the Wind Erosion program.

Las Cruces store holds 'Your pet is your sweetheart' photo event

This Valentine's Day it doesn't matter if you're in a relationship with someone or not, because if you have a pet, they'll always be your sweetheart.

Get ready for liftoff: Virgin Galactic space flights set for this year

Virgin Galactic said it hopes to start offering commercial flights into space by the second half of this year.

LCPD: Pair of teens charged with ATV theft, home burglary

Two Las Cruces teenagers were arrested early Tuesday morning after Las Cruces Police allege they sole an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) from a home in Las Cruces and burglarized a second home in the unincorporated area of Dona Ana County.

3rd Judicial District Court upgrading HVAC system

The Third Judicial District Court in Las Cruces is getting an upgrade on their heating and cooling system.

NMSU Community invited to an evening discussion on civil rights, activism

The community is invited to a free evening discussion on civil rights and activism that will feature a private screening of "The Last White Knight," by Emmy award-winning film producer and director Paul Saltzman, who also will speak a

City of Las Cruces video channel helping keep residents informed

The City of Las Cruces has been taking a different approach in keeping residents informed through a constantly updated online video channel.

Las Cruces Bowling Alley Massacre remains unsolved on 24th anniversary

The 24th anniversary of the Las Cruces Bowling Alley Massacre Monday was remembered with law enforcement asking the public to provide in details in the unsolved case from 1990.

NMSU VP candidate interview rescheduled, another candidate withdraws

The on-campus interview for Kevin Bean, candidate for New Mexico State University's vice president for university advancement, has been rescheduled for Feb. 11.

USDA 'climate hub' to be set up at Jornada Experimental Range

The Las Cruces area is one of seven locations selected for a first of its kind 'climate hub' by the United States Department of Agriculture.

Roadway advisory for Socorro County

The District One office for New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) has been performing snow removal along different routes within the Socorro County which includes a portion of I-25.