Las Cruces woman charged with stabbing, restraining boyfriend

A 44-year-old Las Cruces woman was arrested Sunday morning after she allegedly beat and held her boyfriend against his will in their apartment.

NMSU experts talk about the tumbleweed phenomenon in Clovis

In January, while the West made national news with extreme cold weather caused by the polar vortex, the Southwest experienced another phenomenon. It was the morning of Jan.

Boquillas border crossing marks first anniversary April 10

The new Boquillas international crossing will mark its first anniversary later this week. The facility opened to the public April 10, 2013 and on the first day of operation a total 96 people entered the U.S.

NMSU Fire Department receives high marks on report card

The New Mexico State University Fire Department ranks in the top of the class.

El Paso County Sheriff’s Office to ask citizens to rate their encounters

Citizens who have encounters with El Paso County Sheriff’s Deputies will soon be able to rate how they felt their interaction went as part of a University Of Illinois Chicago study.

Report: Texas among leaders in spending transparency

Texas ranks highly when it comes to letting taxpayers know how state government spends its money, according to a new report from the U.S. Public Interest Research Group.

LCPD identifies pregnant woman killed in apparent murder-suicide

Las Cruces Police have identified the two people involved in the apparent murder-suicide Monday afternoon in an apartment complex on Sexton St.

WWE returns to Las Cruces

WWE LIVE will make a stop at the Las Cruces Pan American Center Saturday, June 7 at 7:30pm.

Parent Engagement Program celebrates 313 graduates

The LCPS Institute for Parent Engagement (IPE) celebrated another successful graduation on Friday, March 21, 2014, as 313 Las Cruces Public Schools parents proudly accepted their certificates of completion and graduation.

A new partnership to round up stray horses

A new partnership between the El Paso Sheriff’s Office and a local non-profit organization called Horses Rescue Unlimited will work to tackle the problem of abandoned, loose or neglected horses.

You don't have to hit the gym everyday to stay fit

We've said it before and we'll say it again: exercise is good for you.

Large structure fire damages home/mechanic shop

Fire investigators in Socorro are looking into the cause of a large structure fire that damaged a home and mechanic shop. The blaze broke out around 10 p.m. Monday at 500 Passmore near the intersection of Ernest Road and Polep.

New study: Get up, get out and get moving

Life can feel like a marathon, but you don't need to run one to stay in shape. Physical fitness experts say walking, riding a bike, even a weekly zumba class can keep you feeling your best.

Pfizer drug shows promise in treating advanced breast cancer

An experimental drug from Pfizer shows promising results in treating advanced breast cancer, according to the pharmaceutical company.