5 Juveniles, Ages 12-15, Charged in Armed Robbery Las Cruces police, with assistance from a Dona Ana County Sheriff’s Office deputy, arrested five juveniles suspected in a Thursday evening joyride that resulted in shots fired during an incident of road rage and the armed robbery of a woman.
DOÑA ANA COUNTY INTERNATIONAL JETPORT RUNWAY GETS $9 MILLION FACELIFT After a year of nonstop construction, the Doña Ana County International Jetport runway located at 8014 Airport Road in Santa Teresa, NM is complete and is now being used. The planning and designing process first began in 2017 but it was not
Mother Suspected of Exposing Children to Meth, Failing to Report Abuse Police arrested a Las Cruces woman suspected of exposing her young daughters to methamphetamine and interfering with the investigation of sexual assault allegations made against her uncle, who was arrested in October. Kaylee Robyn Scoughton, 25, of
COVID TO HOME MODEL TO BEGIN THROUGHOUT DOÑA ANA COUNTY The recent rise in COVID-19 positive cases could place additional stress on our area hospitals which are working diligently to support our city, county and regional community. In an integrated effort to help, Doña Ana County, the City of Las
Dona Ana County Sheriff’s Office Recovers Stash of Stolen Property Yesterday, November 18, 2020, shortly before 10:00 a.m., the Dona Ana County Sheriff’s Office received information on the whereabouts of a reported stolen recreational vehicle. The information led deputies to an address on the 5200 block of Hermanitas Pl.
Skating Through Options – Community Participation Welcome As plans for the rehabilitation of the Las Cruces Skate Park, 151 N. Walnut St., move forward, the community is reminded it can continue to provide input relating to the recommended options outlined in the final assessment report at www.las-cruces.org/LCSkatePark. Comments can be
Las Cruces Community Spotlight- Flying Fur-babies with Barkhouse! This week’s Las Cruces Community Spotlight is going to the dogs and cats! Lyndsey Kalson of Las Cruces Today took a moment to find out more about this amazing community-driven program with Managing Director J. “Koko” Dean to put a spotlight on
Community Forester Gives New Meaning to Tree of Knowledge Student Government students from Mayfield High School recently received hands-on learning from the City Community Forester when they participated in tree planting as part of a non-traditional education activity. (COVID safe practices were strictly adhered to such as wearing masks,
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Construction Suspended For Two Weeks, From Nov. 18-Dec. 1, 2020 Due to Concerns about COVID-19 Due to increasing cases of COVID-19, the New Mexico Department of Transportation has suspended work on the I-25 University Avenue Project effective today, Wednesday, November 18, 2020. This decision has been made