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To provide these kids with the nourishment they need, the Roadrunner Food Bank's Mobile Food Pantry is providing eight new distribution sites during the summer.
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A New Mexico man was sentenced to 15 years in prison for sexually abusing a developmentally disabled 8-year-old girl in Joplin.
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A woman is handcuffed in the Creative Media Institute production "Ensuring Child Safety: In Abuse and Neglect Referrals."
City Council's approval Monday of a deed transfer of a house the city owned at 405 College Avenue seemed simple enough.
Almost two years after deciding to add city impact fees for major road and drainage improvements, the Las Cruces City Council instead voted Monday to take a step back.
A jury convicted late last week a Las Cruces woman of dog fighting and numerous other animal-related offenses at 3rd Judicial District Court.
A Las Cruces woman awaiting sentencing for horse whipping her then-teenage son was charged last week with stabbing and threatening to kill her live-in girlfriend, according to court documents.
Review a copy of a brochure Galichia Hospital Group, LLC gave to city officials.
Dona Ana County Sheriff's Office investigators say a man wanted on charges that he beat his girlfriend in the face while she held their 11-month-old son surrendered to authorities on Sunday.
He's filming at the Meson de Mesilla" in Las Cruces this weektrying to fix the place up.
Favorable weather conditions yesterday made it possible for firefighters to make headway in the fight against the Silver Fire.
Carlos Nevarez, Jr. asks the Silver City community to look out for Neveah, his son s 7-year-old daughter, during a memorial service for his son, Carlos Nevarez III, at Bright Funeral Chapel in Silver City.
Criminal defense attorney Michael Stout of Las Cruces recently issued a gust column dubbed, "Wrongful indictment caused harm to many."
Based on data compiled by LCPD from 2012 - and continuing through the first third of 2013 - violent crime in Las Cruces is decreasing.
The spectacular sunsets and lingering haze over the mountains this week are the vestiges of smoke from wildfires throughout the state, environment officials said.
NMSU student Jason Brockett loads a truck with boxes of donated food items for Casa de Peregrinos, a local food bank.