Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has formally requested that the U.S. Defense Department deploy a staffed 248-bed U.S. Army combat support hospital (CSH) to Albuquerque as a proactive measure intended to enhance the state’s treatment capacity. “This CSH is urgently needed to support the State of New Mexico’s ongoing response toRead More →

Retraction and Edit by Las Cruces Today Site Administrator Lyndsey Kalson- This story gained a lot of traction very quickly, and I believe it has led to serious misinformation across the public. It is our responsibility to provide reliable information and credible sources. This morning I took a moment toRead More →

In recent days, several Pueblos have seen an influx of visitors to nearby recreational areas posing a potential threat to vulnerable communities impacted by limited health and safety resources. Following state and national trends, Pueblos have implemented travel bans and restrictions and closed all tribal gaming facilities and operations inRead More →

 A 31-year-old from Mexico has become the first person in immigration detention in the U.S. to test positive for COVID-19. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement says the unidentified migrant was being held at Bergen County Jail in Hackensack, New Jersey, when he tested positive. The agency says the migrant isRead More →

The New Mexico State Investment Council voted unanimously Tuesday to immediately pump up to $100 million from one of the state’s large permanent funds into a newly-formed New Mexico Recovery Fund, which will provide discounted, short-term loans to businesses struggling to stay afloat during the coronavirus crisis. Gov. Michelle LujanRead More →

Doña Ana County’s Animal Control and Codes Enforcement will prioritize emergency calls such as animal cruelty or neglect, bites to humans and dangerous dog complaints, to align with Governor Lujan Grisham’s order to limit contact and help prevent spreading the coronavirus disease, COVID-19. Additionally, significant clean-up operations that present aRead More →