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Governor Martinez unveils proposed state budget

 Governor Susana Martinez was in Dona Ana Monday to announce her proposed $6.8 billion state budget for the 2016 fiscal year.

Health departments run events to keep flu from spreading

As the El Paso Dept. of Health announces the city's second death attributed to the flu, borderland health departments also announce plans to combat the virus.

Drought threatens New Mexico chile farmers

It's hard to imagine the Land of Enchantment without those world famous green chiles.

"The Biggest Loser" RunWalk returns to Las Cruces

“The Biggest Loser” RunWalk returns to Las Cruces for its second year running on January 18, 2015.

Dona Ana County couple without heat, running water charged with child abuse

A Las Cruces couple has been arrested for child abuse after officers discovered their two year old in a home without heat or running water during a domestic disturbance call earlier this week.

NMSU named to U.S. News & World Report list for 2015 Best Online Programs

For the third consecutive year, New Mexico State University has been ranked as one of the Best Online Education Programs according to U.S. News & World Report.

NMSU sees high student satisfaction in NSSE survey

New Mexico State University students pointed to good experiences in areas such as learning with their peers and the academic challenges they were offered while attending NMSU, according to a national study.

LCPD search for couple who dropped dead man off at area hospital

Las Cruces Police are hoping to find a couple who drove a dead man to an area hospital and left without talking to anyone at the scene.

Facebook argument leads to Las Cruces shooting

A heated Facebook argument may have lead to the shooting of a Las Cruces teen early Wednesday morning according to investigators.

Two motorcycles crash, sending all riders to local hospitals

Two motorcycles crashed in Las Cruces Tuesday night.

NMSU pedaling into the New Year toward health, safety

New Mexico State University celebrated its achievement as a “Bicycle Friendly University” by putting up its first sign on campus in December.

UPDATE: Missing Dona Ana County teen located in Vado

UPDATE: The 16-year-old Las Cruces High School student who had been missing since early December was located in the Vado area by Dona Ana County Sheriff's Deputies Tuesday morning.

DWI arrests in Dona Ana over holidays, New Mexico lawmakers cracking down on drunk driving

 We are learning just how many DWI related arrests there were in Las Cruces.

Dona Ana County man charged with taking naked toddler into freezing temperatures

A Las Cruces area man was arrested early Saturday after he allegedly hid in the desert with his naked two-year-old daughter in freezing temperatures after an argument with his girlfriend.

Residents in Las Cruces neighborhood prepare for water outage

Residents in one Las Cruces neighborhood will be without power Tuesday morning as crews work to install a new water main in the area.