The Joint Information Center, in partnership with the City of Las Cruces, has produced a 1:00 PSA featuring a few of our local trusted voices. The topics covered include social distancing, hand washing and other personal behaviors that are critical reminders as we work through this COVID-19 crisis. Learn moreRead More →

Beth Gallegos of the Southern NM Foster and Adoption Ministry talks about feeding growing and anxious kids healthy foods regularly- along with statistics about New Mexico children currently in the state foster programs. Learn more about fostering or adopting children in New Mexico at Visit the Southern NM FosterRead More →

Las Cruces Public Schools is transitioning to Distance Learning for the remainder of the school year, and they’ve launched a Youtube channel for easier access for everyone in the community. The link to the YouTube Channel is Las Cruces Public School’s website has been upgraded and is functioning asRead More →

KRWG Public Media To Begin Educational Programming Aimed School Aged Children Beginning Monday, April 6, APS @HOME will begin broadcasting from 8 a.m.-noon weekdays on KRWG-TV Broadcast Channel 22.1. The educational content will also be presented on the state’s other PBS stations, KENW in Portales and New Mexico PBS inRead More →

Film Las Cruces is putting out a call to everyone who is stuck at home whoever wanted to be a filmmaker! You’ve got time on your hands, and camera on your phone, and creativity running in your blood! So submit! “Are you ready to let your inner filmmaker out andRead More →

Luke Combs STILL Coming to the NMSU Pan American Center! UPDATE: In light of ongoing public health concerns, the Luke Combs show this April has been postponed. Ticket holders should hold on to their tickets, which will be honored at the rescheduled date in Las Cruces on Tuesday, October 27, 2020.Read More →

Despite facility closures, millions of acres of BLM-managed public lands across New Mexico remain open to enjoy, as long as you do so responsibly Santa Fe, New Mexico – The health and safety of our visitors and staff remains the number one priority of the Bureau of Land Management. InRead More →