City Council Will Continue to Explore Reestablishing Commercial Air Service at Las Cruces Airport The Las Cruces City Council will continue to explore the feasibility of reestablishing commercial passenger air service at Las Cruces International Airport. Council consensus to keep moving forward was given during its Monday, Sept. 28 CouncilRead More →

Transit District to transition operations from SunMetro 83 Sunland Park Route to SCRTD Yellow Route service on Sunday, October 4th. This Sunday, October 4th, the South Central Regional Transit District (SCRTD) will begin operation of bus service from Sunland Park, with 38 bus stops, to downtown El Paso.   TheRead More →

Most Auto Burglaries are Preventable The overwhelming majority of auto burglaries committed in Las Cruces are considered crimes of opportunity and occur when valuables are left in plain sight, and vehicles parked unattended and unlocked. Most auto burglary perpetrators simply cruise neighborhoods or large parking lots peering through windows forRead More →

In a world where Halloween has to be a little different than normal, Las Cruces Today and Bravo Mic Communications want to help your family keep this spooky season fun and safe! We’re producing an informative and entertaining video series with tips, tricks, and ideas, to help adapt your favoriteRead More →

Las Cruces City Council is moving forward with efforts that would  determine what it would take to reestablish commercial air service for southern New Mexico. During a recent work session the research indicates the Las Cruces airport could sustain two to four daily flights to Dallas, Phoenix or maybe bothRead More →

An employee at Alameda Elementary School reported a positive test result for COVID-19 on Monday. As a result, the school was closed Tuesday to allow for deep cleaning. This case brings the total number of LCPS employees who have tested positive to 12.  The staff at Alameda was notified Monday evening. The building is expected toRead More →

Not everyone fits neatly into the molds set by society, yet these people make their ways and we’re here to listen to their stories. This episode, we get to know a Graduate of the USNA, US Navy Veteran, and Chief Deputy District Attorney For the Third Judicial Court, Gerald M.Read More →