The New Mexico Department of Health is telling the state’s residents that it’s more important to be concerned about the flu than the virus receiving attention globally. The department said the COVID-19 virus should be subject to “heightened awareness”” but that the flu “remains a more significant illness” in NewRead More →

The City of Las Cruces, Roadrunner sculpture on the City’s West Mesa, has received national television exposure and was recently featured by NBC News. A video story about the Roadrunner sculpture, created by artists Olin Calk and Dan Smith, can be viewed online at NBC’s dateline website. The sculpture isRead More →

A $528 million capital spending package moving through the Legislature would authorize funding to help plan for a professional soccer complex in Albuquerque and to preserve more open space near the oxbow wetlands on the city’s West Side. But the proposal is also notable for what it doesn’t include. There’sRead More →

Doña Ana County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a motorcycle crash in Vado that killed two teens. The crash happened near Plaza Avenue and Cristo Avenue. Police think, 18-year-old Francisco Avila, failed to negotiate a turn and was thrown from the motorcycle. His passenger, a 16-year-old male, was also killed. BothRead More →