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Centennial earns Student Government of the Year

Centennial High School was chosen as the Gold Student Government of the Year at the New Mexico Association of Student Councils (NMASC) State Conference at Española Valley High School February 13-15, 2014, said CHS teacher and student cou

Mayfield basketball coach humbled by community support after house fire

Mayfield Head Basketball Coach Tommy Morrow said he is extremely humbled by the support from the community after losing his home to a fire Friday night.

NMSU Dona Ana County Extension Office teaches community nutrition classes

Shopping and preparing healthy meals for a family on a limited budget can be a challenge, and the New Mexico State University Dona Ana County Extension Office is helping to teach adults and children in the community the basics through the Ideas

City of Las Cruces uses fraud prevention systems

The City of Las Cruces said their internal audits and other methods of catching fraud have had success in insuring the city's money is appropriately used.

Lawmakers settle New Mexico Lottery Scholarship funding

A last minute compromise between lawmakers in Santa Fe Thursday means students on the lottery scholarship will receive their full award the Spring semester.

NMSU opens Aggie Innovation Space

New Mexico State University officially opened the Aggie Innovation Space presented by Intel Corporation at NMSU's College of Engineering.

NMSU College of Business names Anthony Casaus assistant dean for development

The New Mexico State University College of Business has named Anthony Casaus its new assistant dean for development and alumni relations.

NM authorities search for man accused of beating girlfriend

A Mesilla Park man is wanted by authorities today after they allege he beat his girlfriend so severely that she suffered an orbital fracture to her skull.

Group rallies at Congressman Pearce's office for climate change discussion

A group of Las Cruces community leaders rallied at U.S. Congressman Steve Pearce's Las Cruces office Thursday for an explanation on the congressman's stance on climate change.

Economists forecast slow but positive growth

Only a few years removed from the great recession, residents still cast a wary eye toward the economy and ask if the country has recovered.

Woman caught stealing more than $1,200 in jewelry

Las Cruces Police arrested a woman suspected of stealing jewelry and watches from a local department store. 

Research rally celebrates partnership for the advancement of cancer research

New Mexico State University and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Wash., received a $9 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to support cancer research, internships and outreach activities in the span of five yea

Mayor Miyagishima delivers State of the City address

Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima will deliver his annual State of the City Address at 12:15 p.m. today, Wednesday, Feb. 19. The public is invited to attend, it will be held at Council Chambers at City Hall, 700 N. Main St.

Homeless man arrested for Valentine's Day machete attack

Las Cruces Police have arrested a 39-year-old homeless man suspected of attacking two people on Valentine's Day.

Las Cruces Police investigate sexual assault case

A Las Cruces neighborhood is on edge after an alleged sexual assault of one of their neighbors last week.