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2 hrs ago | Las Cruces Sun-News
LAS CRUCES >> Thirteen new firefighters will be sworn in April 25 after completing the Dona Ana County Fire and Emergency Services Firefighter Academy.
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7 hrs ago | Las Cruces Sun-News
This is a surveillance image taken during a robbery Monday at a store on Dona Ana Road.
11 hrs ago | Las Cruces Sun-News
LAS CRUCES >> The second young man suspected of breaking into and burglarizing vehicles last Wednesday evening was arrested Monday, according to a Las Cruces Police Department news release.
LAS CRUCES >> Family members of a woman killed when a Dona Ana County Sheriff's deputy crashed into her last week has filed a legal notice with the county indicating they plan to pursue a wrongful death claim.
LAS CRUCES >> A city of Las Cruces department supervisor gave his workers phony overtime assignments in exchange for cash kickbacks, a lengthy police investigation has revealed.
Sun-News New America School senior Luis Loya, 19, picks up his prom tuxedo from Cindy Matkin, tuxedo manager at Friendly Flowers, on Thursday afternoon.
LAS CRUCES >> Who becomes the next Mesilla marshal could be decided as soon as Monday, when the Mesilla board of trustees will meet and could approve one of four candidates.
For the Sun-News Corralitos Ranch, west of Las Cruces near the airport, will be the site of an outdoor movie set, or backlot, to be constructed in phases following the approval of state funding for the project.
Fire crews from Anthony, Chaparral and Otero County responded to a call at the 2200 block of Desert Air at 1:45 p.m., according to a Dona Ana Sheriff's Office news release.
The tragic murder-suicide that unfolded Monday afternoon inside a couple's Las Cruces apartment was the latest altercation in their long but turbulent relationship, authorities, neighbors and friends said.
One of the most interesting debates during the final week of the legislative session was between Sen. Joseph Cervantes and State Engineer Scott Verhines.
Robin Zielinski Sun-News Protesters gather Tuesday in front of Dona Ana County Sheriff s Department with signs and flags and what they said were 10,000 signatures on a petition, alleging deputies are enforcing federal immigration laws during routine traffic stops.
Dona Ana County voters wait in a long line at the DAC Government Center Building on Tuesday to decide whether to raise property taxes in order to tackle flood control problems.