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Friday, October 17, 2014 - 11:31am

Las Cruces

Las Cruces Library announces fall crafts workshop

The Thomas Branigan Memorial Library located in Las Cruces will hold a Fall workshop on Monday, Sept. 29 from 2-4 p.m.

Fourth case of Hantavirus in New Mexico

The New Mexico Department of Health announces today that a 50-year-old man from San Juan County is hospitalized with laboratory confirmed Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS). This is the fourth case of Hantavirus in New Mexico this year.

Las Cruces police searching for teens involved in alleged school vandalism

Las Cruces police arrested a 13-year-old boy for allegedly vandalizing his school, and investigators are searching for additional teens who they believe were involved.

NMSU announces tailgating procedures for Aggie-Lobo football game

The fight for in-state bragging rights will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, at Aggie Memorial Stadium when New Mexico State University hosts the University of New Mexico in the annual football game.

Couple arrested as they allegedly attempted to cut down ballpark canopy

Las Cruces Police nabbed a couple as they allegedly were in the act of cutting down a canopy from a city ballpark.

Sandbags available at Las Cruces Fire Stations

The National Weather Service (NWS) is calling for continued rain in the Las Cruces area through the weekend. Storms and thunderstorms could produce heavy rain at times and dangerous lightning.

NMSU Homecoming 2014 celebrates milestone reunions

The New Mexico State University Alumni Association will celebrate reunions for the class of 1964 and the class of 1954 during the Road to Discovery Homecoming celebration Nov. 3-9.

Las Cruces dad indicted after 4-month-old tests positive for meth

A Las Cruces father was indicted Thursday on one count of Abuse of a Child after his four month old child tested positive for methamphetamine earlier in July.

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