Las Cruces

Two men accused of sexual crimes against children

Two men are charged with sexual crimes against children: one is in jail, the other is on the loose.

Aggies head to Spokane for NCAA Tournament

The NMSU Men's Basketball team left Las Cruces Tuesday for their first round NCAA Tournament matchup against San Diego State in Spokane on Thursday.

Woman arrested for alleged pool theft

Deputies with Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Office arrested a 28-year-old woman from Las Cruces who was allegedly trespassing onto her mother-in-law's property to take back her own belongings and also to reportedly sell a stolen ab

Man charged with exposing himself to women, may have done it before

A 30-year-old Las Cruces man has been arrested and charged with exposing himself to at least two different women in separate parking lots over a four-day period earlier this month.

USDA service center in Las Cruces moves to a new location

The USDA Service Center which houses the Farm Service Agency (FSA), the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and Rural Development (RD) in Las Cruces has moved to a new office.

Cat rescued from atop power pole

It took a coordinated effort Monday afternoon to rescue a cat named Athena after being stuck atop an electric pole for about four days.

Mother, two sons arrested in string of Doña Ana County burglaries

A family of three was arrested by  Doña Ana County Sheriff’s after a month's long investigation revealed the mother and her two sons were allegedly working together to burglarize several homes in Doña Ana County and

Man who led LCPD on high speed chase arrested

A 19-year-old Las Cruces man was arrested Sunday evening after Las Cruces Police Officers say he led them on a high speed pursuit and ended in a brief foot chase.

NMSU students finish third in Yuma Art Symposium challenge

You might not think that pin exchanges, pool parties and timed ring-making challenges sound like the typical environment for students to learn about their major, but that’s exactly what a group of New Mexico State University art students

UPDATE: Gas leak sealed, Walnut lear Lohman re-opened

The mid-morning on gas leak at one of Las Cruces' busiest intersections has been plugged and traffic is back to normal.

Las Cruces robotics team reaches semi-finals in Lubbock

The LCPS Project NEO robotics team reached the semi-finals at the FIRST Robotics Hub City Regional event March 6-8, 2014 in Lubbock, TX, said LCPS Director of Technical Support Services and Project NEO mentor Jeff Harris.

Aggie fans are excited for the NCAA Tournament

The New Mexico State University men's basketball team now know who they're playing in the NCAA Tournament and fans are feeling good.

DASO forensic veterinarian in high demand

The Dona Ana County Sheriff's Office is one of the few agencies equipped to handle animal hoarding cases that require specific skills and personnel to investigate.

City utilities unveil Jornada Water Tank mural

The City of Las Cruces unveiled its newest water tank mural Friday morning near Sonoma Ranch Boulevard.

NMSU to host youth ranch management camp at Valles Caldera National Preserve

New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service hopes to build on the success of its New Mexico Youth Ranch Management Camp when it hosts the event June 8-13 at the Valles Caldera National Preserve in northern New Mexico.