A 2-year-old boy who was the subject of a Sunday night Amber Alert has been found safe, police say. KOAT TV is reporting Officers in Southeast Albuquerque found Johnny Arias after locating his father’s vehicle. The boy’s father, Jose Rito Arias, was taken into custody. The Amber Alert was canceled
Firefighters quickly extinguished a mobile home fire on Karen Avenue Sunday afternoon. First responders were dispatched to the fire off Dona Ana Road, shortly before 2 Sunday afternoon, Las Cruces firefighters arrived within six minutes of the initial call and located the fire in a single-wide mobile home. Firefighters had
-La Calerita Construction, LLC (Contractor) will be continuing roadwork on I-25 and University. Extended through about Friday, Feb. 28, 2020, crews will continue constructing a bridge pier in the median. During this work, northbound I-25 will have the left lane closed and will be reduced to one lane from about
The Las Cruces City Council will again take up planning for the future development of El Paseo. The El Paseo corridor’s future has seen plans for economic development and mixed-use buildings as well. The city’s downtown redevelopment has gained traction in the last two years, city leaders hope a similar
Sheriff’s detectives from San Juan County traveled to Arizona Feb. 21 after the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office reported that the body of a woman who matches the description of missing person Sasha Marie Krause was found in their jurisdiction. The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office e said the body has
The Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office is hosting two, after-business-hours Voter Registration Agent trainings for the 2020 Primary Election. New Mexico Election Law states that if you would like to register voters, you must be registered as a Third-Party Registration Agent through the Secretary of State or the County Clerk.
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’s
Flags across New Mexico will fly at half-staff on Friday in honor of U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Antonio Rey Rodriquez, who was killed earlier this month in Afghanistan. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham ordered flags lowered Friday in recognition of the Las Cruces native. Rodriguez graduated from Mayfield High School