Online City Services Down for Maintenance There are two City of Las Cruces online services that are currently undergoing maintenance and one will be shut down through Monday – the other through October 10. Those services are the Las Cruces Utilities (LCU) Online Utility Bill Pay and the City’s 311/Ask
Construction of the “Gateway to NMSU,” a large-scale construction project on the east side of New Mexico State University’s Las Cruces campus, is set to begin in approximately 12 months. The monument, coinciding with the massive Interstate 25/University Avenue reconstruction project, is designed to welcome students, employees and visitors to
The future of Topgolf in Albuquerque has been delayed due to COVID-19. The $40 million project broke ground in 2019, and was scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2020. A spokesperson for Top Golf said construction on new sites, like the one in Albuquerque, stopped during the pandemic.
Las Cruces police have arrested the fugitives sought in the hit and run death of Jamie Valenciano. 40 year old Heather Mariah Grace Funk, and 34-year-old Earnest Thomas Fudge are believed to be the drivers of the vehicle that struck pedestrian Jamie Valenciano, and injured a 60-year-old man. Funk and
UTEP President Heather Wilson announced late Wednesday afternoon that it was furloughing employees and cutting jobs in the athletic department due to budget woes tied to the Covid-19 pandemic. Men’s basketball head coach Rodney Terry and football head coach Dana Dimel said they had agreed to accept cuts in their
The city of Albuquerque has temporarily bid adieu to its Zoo Boo and shut the door on its haunted house. Mayor Tim Keller said Wednesday the city is canceling nearly all of its Halloween events this year due to COVID-19 and that trick-or-treating “is not something we’re really encouraging.” But
Las Cruces police are warning residents of potential scam telephone calls that are trying to entice call recipients to respond to the scene of a crash, or provide personal or financial information. On Wednesday, Sept. 23, a Las Cruces police sergeant received a telephone call from a woman who appeared
Las Cruces police and The Power Center are co-hosting a free vehicle identification number etching and VIN inspection event on Saturday specifically for utility terrain vehicles, side-by-sides and motorcycles. The free Crime Prevention Event will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, at The Power Center,