The discovery of small amounts of marijuana at a Las Cruces middle school resulted in charges against several students. The incident started unfolded around 9:30 Friday morning, at Sierra Middle School. Las Cruces police learned that a 13-year-old student allegedly stole marijuana from her grandmother who possesses a medical cannabis
NEWS RELEASE- READING ALLIANCE ANNOUNCES FREE CLASSES Las Cruces, NM—The Children’s Reading Alliance’s First Teacher/Primer Maestro program has announced its schedule of classes for the Spring and Summer 2020. The locations include: Lynn Middle Community School—February 5 to March 11, Dona Ana Elementary—February 11 to March 17, Cesar Chavez Elementary—April
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE- ACTION PROGRAMS FOR ANIMALS LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO – ACTion Programs for Animals is offering a special $14 fee to adopt an animal during its Valentines promotion from Friday, Feb. 7 through Friday, Feb. 14. When you adopt from APA, it creates space, allowing the non-profit animal
PRESS RELEASE- CITY OF LAS CRUCES- The discovery of small amounts of marijuana at a Las Cruces middle school forced a temporary shelter-in-place Friday morning and resulted in charges against several students. The incident started about 9:30 a.m. Friday, Jan. 31, at Sierra Middle School. Las Cruces police learned that
Roadwork~~~JH Supply (Contractor) will continue replacing the guardrail and end treatments along I-25. Traffic can expect lane closures in the southbound driving lane as the contractor is performing these safety improvements. Overnight lanes closures can be expected at milepost 115. Hours of operation will be from 7:00 am to 5:00
Albuquerque saw a record-high 82 homicides in 2019 and so far KOB is reporting there have been eight homicides in 2020. That’s the same number of homicides as in January 2019. Mayor Tim Keller said he is trying to decrease the number of crimes including homicides by increasing APD’s manpower.