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Despite an expected increase of more than $13 million in state appropriations next year, the University of New Mexico is planning to increase tuition and cut millions from programs across the campus. The Albuquerque Journal is reporting plans to increase base tuition by 2.6% and give employees pay raises averagingRead More →

Santa Fe city government has placed signs at eight busy intersections that discourage drivers from giving money to panhandlers and instead urges them to give to local charities. The Albuquerque Journal is reporting this comes as the city continues to battle homelessness and as people have complained about more aggressiveRead More →

The New Mexico State University Police Department is investigating a report of sexual assault on campus. The report was made February 25th , the victim reported that she was sexual assaulted outdoors between the Pan American Center and Chamisa Village at 5:30 the morning of February 10th. The suspect isRead More →

Police have identified a suspect in a weekend vandalism spree that damaged several properties and vehicles in central Las Cruces. Saturday morning, police were alerted to damage at the City’s Parks and Recreation facility on east Hadley Avenue. Several properties and vehicles were spray-painted and damaged. Officers began documenting theRead More →