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img Evaluation highlights concerns at state veterans' home in T or C

The quality of patient care and oversight at the New Mexico State Veterans’ Home in Truth or Consequences continues to be a point of concern.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 06:40AM

img New Mexico braces for exodus from Medicaid insurance

New Mexico is bracing for a rapid exodus of up to 100,000 people from subsidized Medicaid health care next year.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 18:39PM

img City plans funeral procession for Abe Romero

The funeral procession, from the church to the cemetery, is limited to family and friends of Romero, who passed away Sept. 17.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 17:10PM

img Anthony's interim police chief departs; city to wait for Ordoñez' return

Anthony Police Chief Vanessa Ordoñez is expected to return from a military deployment in November.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 11:46AM

img Booker T. Washington no longer in lockdown

Booker T. Washington Elementary School was locked down after police responded to a subject barricaded in a nearby home.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 10:56AM

img Two found dead near NMSU. Here's what we know

Details are scarce, but state police did confirm that two were dead, and an investigation was ongoing.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 08:55AM

img Temple Beth-El of Las Cruces welcomes first female rabbi

Temple Beth-El Las Cruces welcomed a new rabbi, their first female rabbi, this summer following a two-year long search.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 08:38AM

img Mexican drug cartels should be declared terrorist organizations, Abbott says

The governor directs DPS to target the cartels and to seize their assets.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

img New Mexico previously bused migrants during Trump years

There is little, if any, talk of transporting migrants away from the border by Lujan Grisham — or Republican nominee for governor Mark Ronchetti.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

img Kim Yacone's homicide was preceded by warning signs

Increasing danger to Kim Yacone was evident in public documents, prompting questions as to whether her life could have been saved.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

img DA alleges pact between judge, defense in Walmart shooting case

New evidence is being presented by the El Paso District Attorney's Office in its effort to remove Judge Sam Medrano from the Walmart shooting case.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

img Abe Romero's funeral services announced

Funeral details for Abraham Yael Romero, the 17-year-old captain of the Organ Mountain football team, have been announced.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

imgForghedaboudit chef Bob Yacone charged with murder

Chef Bob Yacone is accused of shooting his wife, Forghedaboudit owner Kim Yacone, at their home in Picacho Hills Sunday night.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Preservationists seek to save historic Trost clubhouse in Las Cruces

Opponents are seeking to sway the public to fight for the clubhouse's preservation. Owners say they're open to any ideas and resources to save it.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Police ask for public's help in Doña Ana County Silver Alert

Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for assistance in finding Donald Leroy Hoihjelle, 86, of Las Cruces.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Picacho Hills shooting: What we know

Speculation ran wild on social media as law enforcement withheld details of Sunday night's shooting. A public briefing is set for Tuesday afternoon.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img New Mexico announces utility and school meal assistance

The state Human Services Dept. announced allocations to participants in two federally-funded programs.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img New Mexico Supreme Court upholds habitual offender ruling

The court announced the split ruling Monday in the case of a woman who had prior felony convictions.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Municipal judge, mayor exchange words about crime during city council

Municipal Judge Joy Goldbaum on Monday pushed back at accusations from Mayor Ken Miyagishima that “she would never put a homeless person in jail.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img LCPD: Man threw boulder at officers, then punched police dog

Juan Castaneda, 19, is charged with two counts of aggravated assault upon a peace officer, attempt to injure a police dog and auto burglary.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Here's what to know about 2022 Las Cruces-area corn mazes

Many area families enjoy getting lost in a corn maze. Here is the latest information on nearby mazes.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Forghedaboudit owner killed, husband and chef Bob Yacone charged with murder

Sheriff Kim Stewart unveiled charges against Forghedaboudit chef Bob Yacone in the death of spouse Kim Yacone.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Casa de Peregrinos announces 4th annual Hunger Strike

The advocacy and fundraising event Thursday aims to raise $60,000 this year.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img $60 million in Permian Basin oil and gas assets bought by Texas company

Domestic oil was trading at about $85 a barrel as of Monday maintaining in the $80s and $90 range throughout August and early September.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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