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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.
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
Vigil to seek second term as Do a Ana Countya
The incumbent sheriff, a Democrat who was elected to his first term in 2014, will host a campaign party from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20. DoA a Ana County Sheriff Enrique "Kiki" Vigil is planning to launch a re-election campaign to seek a second four-year term as the county's top law enforcement officer. LAS CRUCES - DoA a Ana County Sheriff Enrique "Kiki" Vigil is planning to launch a re-election campaign to seek a second four-year term as the county's top law enforcement officer.Spaceport takes second try at privacy act
The Commercial Aerospace Protection Act introduced by Sens. Burt and Papen would let companies decide what information to make public. For the second year in a row, officials at Spaceport America are seeking legislation to shield the information of companies operating there from public disclosure.El Paso man facing child porn charges in Do a Ana County
Luis Fernando Moreno, 38, made his initial appearance Thursday in federal court in Las Cruces on a criminal complaint charging him with producing and possessing child pornography. LAS CRUCES - An El Paso man has been charged with producing and possessing child pornography, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in New Mexico Luis Fernando Moreno, 38, made his initial appearance Thursday in federal court in Las Cruces on a criminal complaint charging him with producing and possessing child pornography.Man suspected of critically injuring infant
Police have arrested a Las Cruces man suspected of violently shaking his infant daughter and causing severe injuries to the young child. LAS CRUCES - Police have arrested a Las Cruces man suspected of violently shaking his infant daughter and causing severe injuries to the young child.Legislative roundup, Jan. 18, 2018
A raise for politicians? The state's top elected officials are past due for a raise, according to some members of a legislative committee. The Legislative Finance Committee has backed a bill to increase the governor's salary by 10 percent effective Jan. 1, 2019 - right after Martinez leaves office.Man suspected of punching officer after crash
A man was taken into custody late Tuesday night after an incident in which he allegedly crashed into a vehicle, causing it to hit a tree, and punched a police officer in an attempt to flee the crash scene. Gabriel Borboa-Marquez, 28, of Chihuahua, Mexico, was charged with one count of battery on a peace officer, a fourth-degree felony, according to a criminal complaint.Walgreens stores target of burglaries
Police are looking to identify two men suspected of breaking into Walgreens stores in Las Cruces, Anthony and Deming early Wednesday morning. At about 2 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17, Las Cruces police were dispatched to an alarm at the Walgreens store at 3490 Northrise Drive.Mold discovery forces school to close
Las Cruces Public Schools officials announced Wednesday that Central Elementary School will close temporarily because mold was found in the building. Parents were told Wednesday that an environmental test found mold in the 68-year-old structure, 150 N. Alameda Blvd., according to LCPS.Miss New Mexico pageant to be in Las Cruces
The 2018 Miss New Mexico USA and Miss New Mexico Teen USA pageants will be held Jan. 27-28 in Las Cruces. The competitions will take place at OA ate High Schol's Performing Arts Center, 5700 Mesa Grande Drive, according to a news release.Man's ear partially torn off in attack
A Las Cruces man suspected of beating a man whose injuries included a partially torn-off ear has been arrested, jail and court records show. Thomas Remington, 38, of the 2200 block of Calle de SueA os, was arrested Tuesday, Jan. 16, and charged with one count of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, a third-degree felony, according to a criminal complaint.Baked goods offered at these five locations
Whether you are looking for something sweet and savory to begin your day, or you want to be the office hero and bring in a pick-me-up during the week, there are plenty of places in Las Cruces offering a wide range of baked goods to suit any occasion. When: 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Tuesday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Sunday Cost: Cream puffs, 50 cents each or $6 for a dozen; pies $14-18, brownies, $20 for a tray, lemon bars, $25 for tray.Do a Ana County clerk announces staff changes
DoA a Ana County Clerk Scott Krahling has appointed Rose Ann Vasquez to replace Lynn Ellins as chief deputy county clerk. LAS CRUCES - DoA a Ana County Clerk Scott Krahling has appointed Rose Ann Vasquez to replace Lynn Ellins as chief deputy county clerk.Las Cruces city manager given $3,390 per-year pay raise
Las Cruces city councilors on Tuesday OK'd a $3,390 per-year pay raise for City Manager Stuart Ed. The raise, which amounts to a 2 percent hike, takes Ed's salary to $172,890 annually, according to city documents.Residents to host Alamogordo Women's March Sunday
In this 2013 file photo, Denise Lang carries a sign commemorating the anniversary of the Supreme Court's ruling on Roe V. Wade. ALAMOGORDO - We Trust Women, a local activist organization, will host the first Alamogordo Women's March Sunday in solidarity with the marches across New Mexico and the US.Rollover sends family of 7 to area hospitals
Six children - ages 8 to 15 - were inside the vehicle and three of them were ejected when it flipped multiple times. LAS CRUCES - DoA a Ana County Sheriff's deputies said they are investigating a crash that happened along Baylor Canyon Road Monday afternoon that injured seven people, most of them children.New America School MLK Service Day
New America School students Bailey Thomas, from left, Shelsea Benitez, Luis Gonzalez, Joel Craig and William Horner pick up trash and debris at Apodaca Park as part of the school's MLK Day of Service on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018. New America School students Bailey Thomas, from left, Shelsea Benitez, Luis Gonzalez, Joel Craig and William Horner pick up trash and debris at Apodaca Park as part of the school's MLK Day of Service on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018.Residents, students volunteer on MLK Day
For some, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a federal holiday, is no day to take off. Instead, it's a day to give back to the community.
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