Las Cruces

UPDATE: Missing Las Cruces teen found safe, returned home

UPDATE: (Monday 11:30 a.m.) Las Cruces Police Department tell NewsChannel 9 that missing 13-year-old Nayeli Castillo returned home and is reported to be in good condition.

Car crash causes overnight power outage

It was a rough start Monday morning for some Las Cruces residents who started their day without power, and it was all caused by a car crash.

UTEP and NMSU fans celebrate Battle of I-10

Another Battle of I-10 is in the books. About 36,000 packed the Sun Bowl this evening for the annual game between New Mexico State University and UTEP.

NMSU High Desert High School Festival starting Oct. 23

A festival in High Desert High school will bring hundreds of high schoolers to Las Cruces.

LCPD Victims' Assistance Unit looking for volunteers

Citizens now have a chance to be a helping hand in Las Cruces.

Forbes ranks NMSU as one of America’s Top Colleges

Forbes has recognized New Mexico State University as one of America’s Top Colleges in 2014.

NMSU professor awarded grant to study diabetes and hypertension in Hispanic men

New Mexico State University School of Nursing Assistant Professor John Scarbrough is the lead investigator on a Mountain West Clinical Translational Research Infrastructure Network (CTR-IN) project to study diabetes and hypertension in Hispanic

New Mexico Healthcare Facilities Meet National Infection Prevention Goals

The New Mexico Department of Health announced that New Mexico healthcare facilities are meeting several national healthcare-associated infection prevention goals.

Advanced Sky Warn class offered at Dona Ana County Extension office

When severe weather occurs having qualified weather spotters to identify and report the conditions to the NOAA’s National Weather Service is critical.

Dona Ana County Commissioners pass 'safe community' resolution, prohibits employees from asking residents' immigration status

A new county resolution in Dona Ana county prohibits any county employee, including sheriff’s deputies, from using resources or funds to ask a resident about their immigration status.

Daycare sees maximum fine for child walking out

A Las Cruces Daycare is getting the maximum fine after a three-year-old boy left and walked home by himself.

No cases of Enterovirus reported in New Mexico

The New Mexico Department of Health announced today that no outbreaks of Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) have been reported to the Department. 

NMSU Air Force, Army ROTC to commemorate 9/11

New Mexico State University’s Air Force and Army ROTC units are inviting the NMSU and Las Cruces community to join them in events honoring the victims of 9/11.

Inaugural event explores the science and flavor of chile

New Mexico State University is hosting an event that explores the science and flavor of chile. NMSU's Project Discovery is an evening of music, dance and the science behind the world's hottest chile pepper.

Dona Ana reminder: Political signs prohibited on public roadways

November 4th General Elections are nearby and campaigning has already begun.