The American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico has accused the state Corrections Department of violating public records law by denying a request for documents related to use of force against inmates in a Las Cruces prison. The Santa Fe New Mexican reported that the department cited internal policies intended
A University of New Mexico professor already suspended for one year after the school found he exchanged sexually explicit emails and texts with a graduate student has now been accused of manipulating the media to get back at the alleged victim in his case. The Albuquerque Journal is reporting UNM
New Mexico state health officials say they are placing a new focus on safeguarding the state’s elderly population from potential transmission of the new coronavirus. The state has no known infections since starting testing this week for people with an elevated risk of infection because of travel and other factors.
Press Release from Visit Las Cruces LAS CRUCES, N.M. – To celebrate the unique arts, music, cuisine, history, culture, and outdoor recreation offerings in Las Cruces, Visit Las Cruces has partnered with various community organizations to host the first annual Las Cruces City Fest (LCCF), Saturday, May 30 from 9
Press Release from the City of Las Cruces The Las Cruces City Council has selected five finalists from a shortlist of 10 to continue through the selection process for city manager The five finalists are: David Dollahon, Assistant City Manager, City of Las Cruces; Gregory “Greg” Martin, Village Administrator, Los
Press Release From Las Cruces Public Schools More than 80 educators, support staff and a School Nurse of the Year were recognized Wednesday at the Las Cruces Public Schools (LCPS) Campus Employees of the Year ceremony at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum. The event then named 10