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LOS LUNAS >> A new pest could spell trouble for soft fruit growers in the state, a New Mexico State University entomologist says.
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LAS CRUCES >> New Mexico State University Regent Kari Mitchell was honored as a 2014 Woman of Influence by Albuquerque Business First.
NMSU Photo Owen Burney, New Mexico State University superintendent of the John T. Harrington Forestry Research Center at Mora, shows Afghanistan graduate students Nasir Shalizi and Safiullah Khurram how to count seedling roots while the gather data during a study of using plastic beverage bottles for nursery containers.
Courtesy Photo Re-enactments of old west gunfights are part of the fund at the annual Cowboys Days event this weekend at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces.
LAS CRUCES, N.M. >> The New Mexico State University College of Education, Service Learning for Educational Distinction Office and Creative Media Institute are partnering to host the "Salt of the Earth" Film Festival Monday through Friday.
Electric car maker Tesla is considering New Mexico as one of four possible locations for its new gigafactory, and the state's congressional leaders are trying to give the Land of Enchantment an edge.
A man accused of manufacturing, possessing and distributing child pornography is now behind bars.
Soroptimist International of Las Cruces president Margo Bencomo, left, stands with Ruby Award winner Brooke Roberson of Las Cruces Moms, New Mexico State University physics major and Women's Opportunity Award first-place winner Khadijih Mitchel, and NMSU-Grants arts and science major and WOA second-place winner Kelly Beym recently after they ... (more)
Robin Zielinski Sun-News New Mexico State University student Mykola Novak of Ukraine poses in his apartment Wednesday with a painting he made over the weekend.
Republican Jim Townsend will run for a spot in the state legislature and intends to fill the pending void with a "common sense" approach after Bill Gray announced last week that he won't seek a fifth term to the New Mexico House of Representatives.
Irradiated, sterile flies dropped over seaports and agricultural areas to mate with unsuspecting females save food crops and millions of dollars in prevented infestations and the ensuing eradication efforts.
This map shows shock wave attenuation across the central United States. Blue areas indicate regions through which shock waves travel fastest, and red areas indicate regions in which the waves are absorbed.
Samuel Dean, 81, of Bishop, has been appointed to the 18th District Agricultural Association, Eastern Sierra Tri-County Fair Board of Directors, where he has served since 1995.
Photo by Khushroo Ghadiali Emmy award winning director, Jan Thompson, and M.A.S.H. star Loretta Swit speak at NMSU the documentary "Never the Same: Prisoner of War Experience", which made its NM premier in Carlsbad.
LAS CRUCES >> New Mexico State University's Engineering Without Boundaries will have a fundraiser at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Picacho Hills Country Club, 6861 Via Campestre, to raise funds for a summer service trip to Queretaro, Mexico.
LAS CRUCES, N.M. >> Just in time for Peter Cottontail, NuMex Easter, an ornamental chile pepper plant bred by New Mexico State University's Chile Pepper Institute, has been named an All-America Selections winner.