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Local news outlets and the reporters who work for them are declining sharply, with a Northwestern University study reporting newspapers closing at a rate of 2.5 weekly during 2023, an increase over … more
On March 1, the Las Cruces International Film Festival began its season with a poster reveal party at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum. The crowded room full of people cheered both as … more
The Las Cruces City Council approved a $6 million affordable housing general obligation bond and a strategy for how to spend it. Across two votes during a council meeting on March 4, councilors … more
The bulk of a news conference Friday focused on changes and priorities that Las Cruces Police Chief Jeremy Story believes would make Las Cruces a safer place. more
Ifo Pili first heard of Las Cruces just two years before becoming the city’s most powerful man. He was serving as city manager of Eagle Mountain, Utah, when the city recorder mentioned Las … more
Alexa Tubbs and Matt Leef met while hiking the Continental Divide Trail in 2019. Then, within 24 hours, they bonded over bright green cans of brown ale featuring a Moose on the can – Moose … more
Call for Veterans & Military Connected Artists: In Alamogordo, Otero Arts will hold its “Second Annual Otero Veteran Arts Showcase” (OVAS) in June at the Otero … more
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Las Cruces police on Thursday disclosed the identity of the witness who intervened during the assault of officer Jonah Hernandez and killed the assailant, Armando Silva. In an apparent effort to … more
The return of a full-size bowling center would be cause for celebration enough in a city still feeling the loss of 10 Pin Alley bowling since it closed in 2018. But a pair of developers have … more
An investigation into the loss of a pin during Virgin Galactic’s most recent flight to the edge of space over New Mexico is not expected to require design changes or delays as the spaceliner … more
The Las Cruces City Council voted unanimously to sign a $3 million contract with American Medical Response (AMR) to provide ambulance services in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County. The … more
Dance, music, vibrant costumes and spoken word aim to bring to life the oral histories and traditions of Nuevo Mexicano, Chicano, and Mexican American communities. more
The 10th Natural History of the Gila Symposium  takes place Feb. 28-March 1 at the Western New Mexico University Global Resource Center.  more
The morning before Jonah Hernandez was killed, he made sure to spend a few minutes helping his wife. Yesenia Lopez had been sick the morning of Feb. 11, so she needed help getting out of bed. … more
Health official Kayla Blanchard of Alamogordo is the League of Women Voters of Southern New Mexico’s choice for its 2024 Making Democracy Work award, an annual honor with a $250 cash prize. … more
New Mexico has been a "dissection choice" state since 2005. The alternatives to dissecting real animals are getting more sophisticated. more
Memorial Medical Center on Wednesday joined the nonprofit Running4Heroes in organizing a 1-mile walk in remembrance of slain Las Cruces police officer Jonah Hernandez. Approximately 100 … more
Since becoming the chief of the Las Cruces Police Department last year, Jeremy Story has delivered a dozen news conferences. He's been more visible than previous chiefs and more willing to be the … more
If the title “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” inspires a chuckle, don’t miss this musical. Composer Jimmy Roberts and book writer and lyricist Joe DiPietro aptly … more
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