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Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 10:42am

Las Cruces

79-year-old man hit, killed walking to Las Cruces hotel from nearby restaurant

A 79-year-old man was hit and killed while walking to a Las Cruces hotel from a nearby restaurant shortly after 8 p.m. Thursday evening.

NMSU to offer beef quality assurance training

New Mexico State University’s Luna County Cooperative Extension Service office will host a free livestock producer workshop and Beef Quality Assurance Training/Certification program at 1 p.m.

Warrant issued for Dona Ana County man accused of stealing tools

Dona Ana County Sheriff's Deputies obtained a warrant for a 43-year-old man who is accused of stealing tools from a home in the 4200 block of Escondido in Dona Ana County.

Burglary suspect sold property using Facebook

Police arrested a Dona Ana County woman suspected of burglarizing at least two homes and selling stolen property on a popular social networking site.

Man arrested was planning mass shooting at NMSU

UPDATE: 4:20 P.M. Thursday: Las Cruces Police have 53-year-old Giuseppe Chiappara in custody, after he allegedly told a friend he was planning a mass shooting on the New Mexico State University campus.

New all-natural foods store opens

A new store in Las Cruces is offering all-natural foods. Natural Grocers, 3970 E. Lohman Ave. just opened Tuesday and also has a nutritionist on hand to help shoppers with improving their shopping cart selections.

NM State PD identify woman hit, killed in pedestrian accident involving Doña Ana County Sheriff's Deputy

New Mexico State Police are investigating a deadly pedestrian accident involving an on-duty Doña Ana County Sheriff's Deputy. The woman killed has been identified as Natividad Nuñez, 44, of Mesquite, New Mexico.

NMSU flight test center conducts airworthiness assessment

The SenseFly eBee unmanned aircraft system recently completed an airworthiness assessment, an Federal Aviation Administration-accepted public aircraft process, at the New Mexico State University Physical Science Laboratory’s Unmanned Airc

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People looking for a career in the education field will have a chance get a job at New Mexico State University.

Retrial begins for 2008 murder

A retrial began Monday against a man accused of killing his housemate six years ago. Las Cruces police say James Bogart killed his housemate in March 2008 at the home in the 2800 block of Diamond Springs.

Las Cruces veterans help break ground on Vietnam memorial park

Las Cruces veterans were honored at a groundbreaking ceremony Saturday for the city's new Vietnam Memorial Park. Construction is set to begin within the next few weeks.

Second suspect arrested in Las Cruces molestation case

A second man suspected of sexually assaulting a young Las Cruces boy was arrested today on a warrant in Carlsbad, N.M.

Warning of Salmonella risk in baby chicks, other poultry

The New Mexico Department of Health and the New Mexico Livestock Board are again warning families that plan to purchase baby chicks or other baby birds this spring to use extreme caution in order to avoid Salmonella infection, especially if buy

$1,000 reward for information on man who assaulted 4-year-old girl

Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information that helps identify a man who is suspected of sexually assaulted a 4-year-old girl two weeks ago.

Pearce, O'Rourke introduce bipartisan legislation to improve border patrolling accountability

Party lines were put aside Wednesday with a bi-partisan bill introduced in Congress that would enhance training for Customs and Border Protection officers and also increase transparency