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NMSU Extension agent goes ‘above and beyond’ in serving Santa Fe County youth

When it comes to youth programs in Santa Fe County, Christina Turner is always willing to go the extra mile, whether it’s helping 4-Hers with their livestock projects or delivering enrichment programs for schoolchildren on agricultural an

The Affordable Care Act and what it means for Small Business

The City of Las Cruces will host a presentation by the U.S. Small Business Administration on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) beginning at 5 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 20 in Council Chambers at City Hall, 700 N. Main St.

NMSU Extension providing assistance with Zuni High School senior portfolio projects

The last semester of public education for the Zuni High School seniors is a time to step into the reality of the world of business and finance.

Planned coyote convention and hunt draws opposition

A controversial convention and coyote hunt scheduled for the end of the week in Las Cruces has received opposition from local wildlife advocates.Unknown Object

Las Cruces teens escape serious injury in crash

A pair of Las Cruces teenagers were lucky to walk away from a serious crash Monday afternoon in the Las Colinas neighborhood.

UPDATE: Fmr. EP County Judge Anthony Cobos arrested

Former El Paso County Judge Anthony Cobos is facing fraud charges in Dona Ana County. It was an unexpected arrest for Cobos as the arrest comes just weeks before his scheduled surrender to a federal prison in colorado.

NMSU Engineering assistant dean named a Woman of Influence

Albuquerque Business First has recognized Patricia A. Sullivan, New Mexico State University College of Engineering assistant dean, as a Woman of Influence for 2014.

Pair of alleged burglars leave trail for deputies

Two Doña Ana County residents were arrested Wednesday morning after Sheriff's Deputies allege they burglarized a home.

Flu vaccination clinic in Las Cruces

The New Mexico Department of Health’s Dona Ana County Health Services Center has added an additional flu shot clinics at the St.

Lottery scholarships discussions continue in Santa Fe

The New Mexico Lottery Scholarship has paid about $600 million dollars for tuition to students seeking a higher education in the state.

Bill aims to change use of gross receipts tax funds at Spaceport America

A proposed new law on how gross receipts tax dollars are being used at Spaceport America could have a large impact on the growing facility.

Health fund evaluation committee applications

The deadline to submit applications to be considered to serve on a committee to evaluate health-services funding is soon approaching.

Overnight fire damages Las Cruces home

An overnight fire caused serious damage to a home in Las Cruces Tuesday night.

New Mexico lawmakers discussing statewide texting and driving ban

Lawmakers in New Mexico are again discussing a proposed law that would make texting while driving illegal statewide.

Las Cruces sobriety checkpoints, patrols and seatbelt checks planned

The Las Cruces Police Department has scheduled at least two sobriety checkpoints, three saturation patrols and two Operation Buckle Down seatbelt checks during the month of February.