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Located about 45 miles north of the Mexico border, the origin of the city's name is unknown. In Spanish "Las Cruces" means "the crosses. " Some attribute the name to crosses marking the graves of unfortunates massacred by Apaches. Most of Las Cruces's cultural events occur late in the year, a period known locally as FTFS (Full-Tilt Fiesta Season), although The Border Book Festival occurs the last weekend in April.

Population: 91865
Local Newspapers: Las Cruces Sun-News
Local Sports Teams: Las Cruces Vaqueros (Continental Baseball League) New Mexico State Aggies
Local Colleges: New Mexico State University

Zip Codes associated with las cruces, new mexico: 88001 88002 88003 88005 88011 88012
Towns/Cities near las cruces, new mexico : Radium Springs Mesilla Mesquite Valdo University Park Hatch

Las Cruces News
A Southwest water dispute reaches the Supreme Court

Southern New Mexico's Mesilla Valley is like an island: a fertile patchwork of farm fields and groves of pecan trees surrounded by the brown Chihuahuan Desert. For Mesilla Valley farmers, the metaphor rings true in other ways as well.

Council questions utility bill changes

Starting in January 2018, when bills are 15-days delinquent, utility services are locked until the bill for services plus reconnection charges are paid in full. LAS CRUCES - Changes to the way the city collects utility bills are expected to go into effect Feb. 1, and Jorge Garcia, the city utilities director, acknowledged to the Las Cruces City Council during a work session Monday that the department needs to do a better job in informing residents of upcoming changes.

Firm launches website in NMSU's chancellor search

The website outlines the role: work tirelessly to lead NMSU on its road to excellence and advance the 6 Pillars of the Board's Vision 2020 Priorities. The New Mexico State University Regents approved working with the company Wheels Partners in their search for a new Chancellor.

Man suspected of sexually assaulting neighbor

Daniel Romanczuk, 27, of the 2300 block of EspaA ola Street, was charged with one count of three-degree criminal sexual penetration, according to the Las Cruces Police Department. Investigators learned that a woman was inside her apartment when she heard a knock on her door on Saturday evening, police said.

Las Cruces Catholic School to hold open house

Las Cruces Catholic School, which includes Holy Cross and St. Mary's High School, will hold an open house on Thursday, Feb. 1. Students from the Las Cruces Catholic School gathered Friday October 13, 2017 before school was let out to pray the rosary and release a large lavender Rosary made by the middle school student council into the air when the reading of the Rosary was finished. LAS CRUCES - Las Cruces Catholic School, which includes Holy Cross and St. Mary's High School, will hold an open house on Thursday, Feb. 1. The open house is open to existing and new families interested in new enrollment.

Mother charged with abusing 7-week-old daughter

Police have arrested the mother of a Las Cruces infant who was severely injured last week and remains in critical condition at an El Paso hospital. LAS CRUCES - Police have now arrested the mother of a Las Cruces infant who was severely injured last week and remains in critical condition at an El Paso hospital, less than a week after the child's father was charged with child abuse.

Hundreds gather for 2nd Las Cruces Women's March

Protesters march southbound on North Church Street during the Las Cruces Women's March, "Women in Action," on Sunday January 21, 2018. The event was a sister march to the National Women's March, "Power at the Polls."

PHOTOS: Las Cruces Women's March

Protesters march southbound on North Church Street during the Las Cruces Women's March, "Women in Action," on Sunday January 21, 2018. The event was a sister march to the National Women's March, "Power at the Polls."

Women's March: Stories behind the signs

Women, men, children and even dogs marched for different causes and reasons. Here are the stories behind the signs they held.

City's solar investment already paying off

The city investment in solar at the EMWRF is already paying off with savings of more than $16,000 during the first five months of service. A ribbon-cutting in April 2017 celebrated the installation of a 952-panel solar array at the EMWRF.

NMSU Art Gallery unveils first exhibit of 2018

She uses her interdisciplinary art practice to show how rock music, as a universal language, has the power to cut across very diverse social groups, LAS CRUCES - Get ready for an immersive experience at the New Mexico State University Art Gallery this month. The gallery's major exhibit for spring begins Thursday, Jan. 25 with a question-and-answer session with the artist Wendy Red Star as a preview before the opening reception Friday, Jan. 26 p.m. for "Wendy Red Star: The Maniacs ."

NMSU researcher focuses on drones and robots

Sun is developing a ground robot that can hear, mimicking the ability of mammals to identify the location of something through the sound it produces. For those doubting the usefulness of drones, take a look at this incredible rescue, a world-first, in Australia.

Vote to support school bond measure

Because the new bonds would replace those that are expiring, passage of the bond issue would not result in a tax increase for district residents. Voters living in the Las Cruces and Gadsden school districts have the opportunity to show their support for local schools by approving bond measures to fund needed improvements.

NMSU professor to give talk on student trip

The 10-day trip took students to Munich, where they worked with nongovernmental organizations helping refugees integrate into German society. The 10-day trip took students to Munich, where they worked with nongovernmental organizations helping refugees integrate into German society.

Senate bill would allow spaceport to shield companies' records

Lawmakers are proposing to create a carve-out in the state's open-records law for Spaceport America that would allow it to keep secret any information about companies or government agencies blasting rockets from the Southern New Mexico site. The Spaceport Authority, which runs the $220 million public facility, has pushed in recent years to exempt part of its work from the Inspection of Public Records Act, arguing it needs to ensure at least some measure of confidentiality to high-tech aerospace companies that might be interested in doing business at the center near Truth or Consequences.

New Mexico lawmakers move to form Hispanic Caucus

In this Feb. 4, 2104, file photo, D-Santa Fe, Rep. Mimi Stewart stands during a news conference at the Capitol in Santa Fe, N.M. On Monday, Jan. 15, 2018, Senate Democrats chose Stewart as majority whip, replacing Sen. Michael Padilla who resigned following complaints about decade-old harassment allegations at a previous job. Stewart joins Senate President Pro Tempore Mary Kay Papen to form the state's first Senate female-majority leadership team, according to the Legislative Council Service.

Law Enforcement: Silver City Police Blotter

Criminal Damage to Property: A caller in the 2700 block of Leslie Road reported that he is moving and his apartment has been trashed. Fraud/Embezzlement: A walk-in at SCPD from the 1400 block of Kidder Road reported that an incident involving her bank account occurred somewhere in New Mexico.

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