NMSU never fails to represent! Check out the latest hat giveaway coming! As always, be listening with your official Aggie Flagship station, 99.5 Zia Country to catch the latest Aggie Action in Las Cruces Today! You could get one of these fancy caps Thursday February 13th at the Pan American
Per Dona Ana County- Most Doña Ana County offices will close Monday, Feb. 17, in observance of the Presidents Day holiday. Emergency services and law enforcement in the field will not be affected, but the administrative offices of the Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Department will also be closed.
The City of Las Cruces Parks & Recreation Department and the A. Fielder Memorial Safe Haven – Weed & Seed Program is partnering with Beck’s Roasting House & Creamery “Coffee for Causes” promotion. Weed & Seed, an after-school program, at 906 N Tornillo St., will receive a percentage of all
Las Cruces police will brief news media Thursday afternoon on the 30-year anniversary of the mass shooting that claimed four lives and injured three at the local bowling alley. Det. Amador Martinez will deliver a brief statement on the Feb. 10, 1990, incident at Las Cruces Bowl and will be
A former Catholic priest, accused of raping a six-year-old boy, was found not guilty, according to a spokesperson with the attorney general’s office. The Albquerque Journal is reporting Prosecutors claimed 81 year old Marvin Archuleta, raped the boy in 1986 inside Holy Cross Catholic Church in Santa Cruz. The former
A Las Cruces police officer allegedly engaged in a sexual” relationship with a student participating in an internship at the police department. The alleged affair occurred last year, the 18-year-old Mayfield High School student was enrolled in a program formerly known as the EXCEL program, it was rebranded in 2018.
County Sheriff’s detectives are investigating a south county murder that happened in Anthony Monday night. The suspect in custody is reportedly the victim’s son. The initial call was made to Anthony Police just before 7 p.m. Detectives responded to assist, and later took over the investigation. The victim, a female
The Senate Education Committee voted 7-0 to endorse a bill that would appropriate $500,000 to both UNM and New Mexico State University for behavioral health services. The measure, Senate Bill 56 is sponsored by Sen. Mark Moores, of Albuquerque, a former UNM offensive lineman who said that state’s athletes are