iStock/MarianVejcik(BOSTON) — BY: Dr. Chloë E. Nunneley As the novel coronavirus continues to spread across the country, those who are not infected can protect themselves by avoiding close contact with others and aggressively washing their hands. But beyond this, many are desperately hoping for another form of protection: a vaccine.Read More →

real444/iStock(WUHAN, China) — As “Wuhan is Back!” banners hang over reopened shopping districts and the head of China’s National Health Commission declaring Tuesday that Wuhan is no longer a COVID-19 battleground, China announced that it will once again start including asymptomatic coronavirus cases in daily tallies beginning on Wednesday. ThereRead 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 →

NMDOT seeking input on statewide Pedestrian Safety Action Plan  SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Transportation has created a survey to seek public feedback to create a statewide Pedestrian Safety Plan.  NMDOT chose to launch the survey on National Walk Day, held annually on the first Wednesday inRead More →

During a virtual city council meeting on March 30, 2020, health professionals with Memorial Medical Center (MMC) stressed the importance of taking the following actions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19: 1. Wash hands often with soap and water. 2. Don’t touch your face with your hands. 3. Stay homeRead More →