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, ofRead More →

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 beRead More →

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 onRead More →

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,Read More →

Meyer & Meyer/iStockBy TOMMY BROOKSBANK, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Pfizer CEO Dr. Albert Bourla joined “GMA3: What You Need To Know” Monday to discuss the drug-maker’s coronavirus vaccine after early analysis shows it to be 90% effective at preventing COVID-19. “The vaccine was proven to be very efficacious, overwhelmingly,”Read More →

simon2579/iStockBy SONY SALZMAN, TERI WHITCRAFT and ERIC M. STRAUSS, ABC News (NEW YORK) — In a promising development, an initial glimpse at the data from Pfizer’s ongoing late-stage clinical trial shows that the company’s vaccine is more effective at preventing COVID-19 than placebo. An early morning release said the vaccineRead More →