The suspect in a triple murder that happened three years ago finally goes to trial in Las Cruces on Monday.
Shame on the Las Cruces Sun-News for providing an op-ed piece that regents in support for athletics is the right move at NMSU.
Today's Las Cruces is very different from the one Carol Winnebago encountered when her family moved from Maine to the Mesilla Valley in 1958.
In honor of Las Cruces officially hitting the 100,000 population mark, we're celebrating the 100 best things about the Mesilla Valley.
Passage of a package of tax-reform bills in the closing seconds of the just-concluded legislative session, without most lawmakers having the opportunity to read or fully comprehend the bill, was better than the alternative, Sen.
The selection of Garrey Carruthers to be NMSU's next president has elicited contrasting responses: almost universal silence from almost all those who the regents think do not count, and almost universal appeals for rallying around the regents' choice from all those who think that they or the regents count.
Main Street Downtown amped up its award-winning Saturday morning market, filling the streets with country music melodies and allowing fans the unique chance to interact with notable musicians and songwriters as part of the first Las Cruces Country Music Festival.
Nearly 1,300 graduates from Las Cruces' three largest high schools walked the stage Saturday, saying good-bye to their high school days and setting their sights on what's to come.
After numerous questions and tweaks, the Las Cruces City Council may finally be ready to approve a more comprehensive ordinance that applies to campaign practices for candidates running for municipal offices.
"I make pretty much everything," said Allison Sakellakos, co-owner of Zombie Lounge, a local accessories business.
The eatery used to be housed at 125 S. Campo St. but is now welcoming customers at 930 El Paseo Road.
A Nebraska woman who survived the 1979 killings of her family in New Mexico said she "went into a tailspin" upon hearing that the killer, her stepfather, will be eligible for parole later this year.
A man stands trial Monday in Las Cruces in the 2010 killings of a New Mexico couple and their business partner from California.