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Monday, August 25, 2014 - 5:28pm

Las Cruces

NMSU graduate students provide speech therapy to children in Peru

Marlene Salas-Provance, department head of Special Education and Communication Disorders in New Mexico State University’s College of Education, has always dreamed of taking students abroad to provide speech therapy, and because of NMSU&rs

REMINDER: Water will shut off in certain areas

Crews are cutting off water supply to certain areas to add a new water main connection. The areas affected are Colorado Avenue between San Pedro Street and Campo Street, and Campo Street between Texas Avenue and Arizona Avenue.

Man arrested for allegedly shoplifting with girlfriend's teenage son

Police arrested a man and his girlfriend's 13-year-old son for allegedly stealing DVDs at a Walmart.

Las Cruces pair accused of shoplifting, contributing to delinquency of a minor

Las Cruces Police arrested two people who are suspected of shoplifting at Kmart while the woman's young daughter accompanied them on Sunday afternoon. .

DASCO: Man arrested after allegedly threatening to kill brother and nephew with knife

Doña Ana County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 39-year-old La Mesa man Tuesday after he allegedly chased his brother and nephew with a knife and threatened to kill them.

Finalists named for dean of NMSU honors college

After an internal search, four New Mexico State University faculty members have been named finalists to serve as the next dean of the NMSU Honors College.

Fire officials investigate cause of duplex fire

Las Cruces fire officials are investigating the cause of a duplex fire. The blaze broke out on Tuesday night on the 2300 block of Dr. King Way in Las Cruces.

Las Cruces law enforcement confiscates $2,500 in illegal fireworks

Las Cruces fire, police and codes enforcement confiscated an estimated $2,500 worth of illegal fireworks and responded to several hundred calls related to fireworks during the 2014 season when vendors were allowed to sell their products.

Unique Doctor of Economic Development program at NMSU looks to expand its reach

A doctoral program at New Mexico State University that is unique in the nation is looking to increase its visibility and expand its pool of qualified applicants.

NMSU sustainability project receives regional and national recognition

A group of New Mexico State University researchers received regional and national recognition for a sustainability project that aims to conserve water.

Local law enforcement benefit from surplus war equipment

They say one man's trash is another man’s treasure. Well that's true when it comes to the United States military and local law enforcement.

Traffic Alert: Rollover on I-10 east at Geronimo

Emergency crews are responding to a rollover crash on I-10 eastbound before Geronimo. At this time, two inside lanes are blocked so that emergency crews can work in the area. It is unknown if anyone was injured in the crash.

NMSU Corona research center to host field day July 19

Ranchers will have an opportunity to learn about the research being conducted at New Mexico State University’s Corona Range and Livestock Research Center during a field day on Saturday, July 19.

Update: Missing Las Cruces woman located

UPDATE: LCPD notified us that 33-year-old Rebecca Hogan has been found in good condition. They would like to thank the community for their assistance in helping to locate her. EARLIER:

Family of three displaced in early Las Cruces fire

Las Cruces Fire Department responded to an attic fire in a central Las Cruces neighborhood early on Independence Day.