A Central El Paso neighborhood is moving forward as a severe fire consumed four buildings along Alameda. As we've reported, the fire broke out Thursday afternoon and destroyed nearly everything in it's path but at least one ve
Home gardeners and commercial growers interested in raising strawberries are invited to New Mexico State University's Sustainable Agriculture Science Center at Alcalde to view this year's crop and learn about the variety study being con
Starting Tuesday, an open burn ban will go into effect in Las Cruces because of the drought conditions, according to a release from the Las Cruces Fire Department.
This will apply to areas within the city limits.
After Monday's fire in Sunland Park, residents were upset about the fire department's ability to manage the situation.
Friday, the Sunland Park Fire Chief toured the charred area to show the situation they were working with.
Investigators were expected to go back to four buildings to see if it’s safe enough to go inside to determine what started the massive fire on Alameda and North Estrella in Central El Paso. Firefighters had been monitoring the four buildings that went up in flames to make sure they don't flare up.