Las Cruces

No. 2 seed Aggies defeat No. 7 Seattle U, 70-68; Bhullar with fourth straight double-double

Sophomore center Sim Bhullar posted his fourth straight double-double as the No. 2 seeded New Mexico State men’s basketball team defeated the No. 7 seeded Seattle U Redhawks 70-68 in the Orleans Arena, Thursday, March 13.

Dona Ana County Sheriff honored for service to veterans

Doña Ana County Sheriff Todd Garrison was recently presented with a .44 caliber revolver, a gift from citizens Larry and Connie Candelaria, on behalf of the countless number of veterans who were helped during Sheriff Garrison’s tim

New Mexico Space Grant Consortium items mistakenly thrown in trash

An honest human mistake is costing thousands of dollars at New Mexico State University after items belonging to the New Mexico Space Grant Consortium were unknowingly thrown in the trash.

LCPD: 15 citations issued in 1 hour school zone project

Las Cruces Police issued 15 citations during a one hour traffic enforcement project along a school zone Wednesday afternoon.

Las Cruces man cited with DWI after four-car pileup

Las Cruces Police have issued four citations to a 21-year-old man accused of causing a four car pileup on around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday evening on Main St near El Paseo.

NMSU research team builds computerized hummingbird feeder

New Mexico State University’s Manufacturing Technology and Engineering Center designed and manufactured a computerized hummingbird feeder that will bring insight to hummingbirds and their territorial behavior.

Traffic enforcement increased near Telshor-Lohman

Las Cruces Police issued more than 120 citations in February to drivers who violated the city’s cell phone ordinance and are now concentrating their traffic enforcement efforts near the Telshor-Lohman Business District.

Scott named Dona Ana Community College President

Dr. Daniel J. Howard, Executive Vice President and Provost of New Mexico State University today announced Dr. Renay M. Scott as the new President of Doña Ana Community College (DACC). The three presidential candidates including, Dr.

NMSU to host presentation on colonial Latin America

New Mexico State University’s Center for Latin American and Border Studies will host a presentation on colonial Latin America featuring Sara Vicuna Guengerich at 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 19, at the Nason House, 1070 University Ave.

Saluting and congratulating a NMSU employee

In Wednesday's Service Salute, we honored a member of the New Mexico State University community.

Local art fair featuring artists from around the country

A fun, artistic event is coming to Las Cruces this weekend. It's the Las Cruces Art Fair. There will be music and entertainment each day as well as artist demonstrations and workshops.

Spring semester enrollment down at NMSU

New Mexico State University reported a decrease in enrollment for the Spring semester during a board of regents meeting Monday morning.

Professor’s travels through Poland highlighted in NMSU ‘Global Connections’ talk

In September 2013 Mary Benanti went on a pilgrimage to central Europe – a trip she describes as a “Pilgrimage of Discovery.” She and a church group traveled to Warsaw, Krakow, the Wieliczka Salt Mine, Jasna Gora, Auschwitz, Bu

Prison authorities in Las Cruces reviewing procedures after inmate attacked, killed

Federal prison authorities are taking a look at their own procedures after an inmate was attacked and murdered last night at the Southern New Mexico Correction Facility in Las Cruces.

Sunland Park city council rep announces candidacy for state rep

Sunland Park City Council Representative Christian Lira announced Friday that he has decided to run to become the State Representative for District 34 in New Mexico, which includes Doña Ana County.