Las Cruces

Reward offered for information on Las Cruces Arson

Las Cruces Crime Stoppers need public assistance identifying the people who may be responsible for setting a business on fire two days before Thanksgiving.

Dona Ana County man allegedly molests 4-year-old girl

A Doña Ana County man was indicted on ten counts of criminal sexual penetration. Investigators allege he had an inappropriate relationship with a family member who was four years old at the time of the alleged molestation.

Aggie Volleyball signs three in early signing period

Head volleyball coach Mike Jordan recently announced that three student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to attend school and play volleyball at New Mexico State University next fall.

LCPD planning sobriety checkpoint, patrols through December

The Las Cruces Police Department has scheduled at least one sobriety checkpoint and four saturation patrols throughout the rest of December to ensure a safe Holiday for all Las Crucens.

Hantavirus Death in a McKinley County Boy

The New Mexico Department of Health announced today that a 12-year-old boy from McKinley County died of Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS). This is the third case of Hantavirus in New Mexico this year and the second death.

Pet adoption events happening this weekend

The Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley will facilitate dog, cat, puppy and kitten adoptions this Saturday, Dec. 14.

New county manager details vision for Dona Ana County

Newly hired Dona Ana County Manager Julia Brown spoke about her vision and areas of improvement during a formal introduction meeting Monday afternoon.

LCFD: Overnight fire destroys mobile home

A Las Cruces mobile home is a complete loss Monday morning after a fire engulfed the entire home overnight.

Department of Health hosts flu shot clinic

With flu activity starting to increase and family and friends gathering for the holidays, now is a great time to get a flu vaccine to protect yourself and your loved ones.

Mullings reaches 1,000 career points as Aggies fall to Gonzaga

Junior guard Daniel Mullings became the 32nd Aggie in program history to score 1,000 points in a career leading the New Mexico State men’s basketball team with 17 points on the night as the Aggies fell 80-68 to No.

Cruces vs. Mayfield brought in huge crowd

The Mayfield vs. Las Cruces football game is being called one of the biggest rivalries in the Southwest, and it brought in the crowd to prove it yesterday.

City of Las Cruces opens new intermodal transit terminal

The City of Las Cruces officially opened the Mesilla Valley Intermodal Transit Terminal at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday morning.

NMSU to host the largest fall commencement ceremony ever, more than 1,000 graduates

With 1,016 students projected to participate in the fall 2013 commencement ceremony at New Mexico State University at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Pan American Center, the 121st event will be the largest attended for a fall ceremony.

Holiday giving to include seniors

You can help keep some of our seniors warm by buying small comfort items this holiday season.

Local group prostests minimum wage in Las Cruces

A group of about 50 people protested the minimum wage outside a Las Cruces fast food restaurant Thursday afternoon to show solidarity for a national day of protest.