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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
Wild West Mystery How did famed gunslinger Billy the Kid's killer die?

How did Billy the Kid's killer die? New doc may put to rest one of Wild West's biggest mysteries In this photo provided by the DoA a Ana County Manager's Office, Records and Filing Supervisor Angelica Valenzuela poses at the DoA a Ana County Clerk's Office Friday, May 19, 2017, in Las Cruces, N.M. Valenzuela found a century-old document inside a box of unarchived records that sheds light on the death of the Old West lawman Pat Garrett who gained fame for killing Billy the Kid.

Do a Ana County Commission restores bus funding

DoA a Ana County commissioners in a 3-2 vote on Tuesday opted to restore funding for the county's regional bus service, a pool of dollars that had previously been left out of the coming year's county budget. DoA a Ana County Commission restores bus funding LAS CRUCES - DoA a Ana County commissioners in a 3-2 vote on Tuesday opted to restore funding for the county's regional bus service, a pool of dollars that had previously been left out of the coming year's county budget.

Jury deliberates in ex-deputy's murder trial

Tai Chan, the former Santa Fe County Sheriff's deputy, takes the stand, explaining the events that lead up to the 2014 shooting of fellow deputy Jeremy Martin, during his retrial at the Third Judicial District Court, Friday, May 19, 2017, in Las Cruces, N.M. Chan is charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of 29-year-old Martin inside a hotel. His lawyers have said he acted in self-defense and a deadlocked jury last year forced a mistrial.

Las Cruces man saves 8-year-old girl from drowning

Police say three girls were swimming in an irrigation canal on Picacho Avenue near Mesilla Avenue when one went under. Villa pulled the girl out of the water and gave her CPR.

Las Cruces first-grader plays 6 simultaneousa

Monte Vista Elementary first-grader Mia Allison is a few moves ahead of her classmates. Make that most older students, too.

Correction: Billy the Kid-Sheriff story

FILE - This undated file photo is thought to be an image of famed gunslinger Billy the Kid, William Bonney, near the age of 18. A newly discovered document, dated July 9, 1908 and found in southern New Mexico is shedding more light on... ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - In a story May 19 about a historical document related to the death of the former sheriff who is credited with killing Billy the Kid, The Associated Press, relying on information provided by Dona Ana County, erroneously reported the date of the coroner's jury report. The document is dated Feb. 29, 1908, not July 9, 1908.

Firefighters respond to brush fire south of Las Cruces

Firefighters respond to brush fire south of Las Cruces Firefighters responded to a brush fire south of Las Cruces on Monday morning. Check out this story on lcsun-news.com: http://lcsun.co/2rLnfQw A brush fire Monday, May 22, in a field off Watson Lane is not believed to have burned any homes or structures, according to fire officials.

Correction: Billy the Kid-Sheriff story

This undated file photo is thought to be an image of famed gunslinger Billy the Kid, William Bonney, near the age of 18. A newly discovered document, dated July 9, 1908 and found in southern New Mexico is shedding more light on the shooting death of Pat Garrett, the Old West lawman who gained fame for killing Billy the Kid. In this photo provided by the DoA a Ana County Manager's Office, Records and Filing Supervisor Angelica Valenzuela poses at the DoA a Ana County Clerk's Office Friday, May 19, 2017, in Las Cruces, N.M. Valenzuela found a century-old document inside a box of unarchived records that sheds light on the death of the Old West lawman Pat Garrett who gained fame for killing Billy the Kid.

OMDP turns 3 - is it bringing visitors, money to the area?

OMDP turns 3 - is it bringing visitors, money to the area? Estimating the economic impact of the monument's designation is tricky to say the least. Check out this story on scsun-news.com: http://lcsun.co/2qI5WT9 Pictured is a Organ Mountain-Desert Peaks National Monument sign posted along Dripping Springs Road on Tuesday, January 31, 2017.

OpinionSummer learning cuts harm studentsSummer learning cuts harm...

Cuts to summer learning will worsen achievement gap This year, PED is allowing just 14,905 kids to enroll, even though K-3 Plus is in high demand Check out this story on lcsun-news.com: http://lcsun.co/2qGAAfR Recently - and very quietly - the state Public Education Department appears to have cut $3 million or more from a popular summer learning program for young children ages 5 to 8 set to begin next month. As a result, 6,100 fewer children across New Mexico will receive classroom instruction that is proven to narrow the achievement gap between low-income students and their peers, increase skills, and improve student test scores.

Centennial High graduation 2017

Centennial High graduation 2017 Kyra Jorgensen reacts after receiving her diploma at the 2017 Centennial High School commencement on May 20, 2017. Check out this story on lcsun-news.com: http://lcsun.co/2qGgHWn An unidentified man attempts to take a picture with his tablet at the 2017 Centennial High School commencement on May 20, 2017.

Expert finds high alcohol use in New Mexico 2014 murder case

Gerald Byers and Davis Ruark with the district attorney's office take a moment to talk as Byers crosses examined Cecile A. Marczinski, during New Mexico Sheriff's Deputy Tai Chan's retrial for first-degree murder in the Third Judicial District Court, Thursday May 18, 2017, in Las Cruces, N.M. Chan is charged in the shooting death of deputy Jeremy Martin, 29, inside a hotel. His lawyers have said he acted in self-defense and a deadlocked jury last year forced a mistrial.

Document details death of lawman who killed Billy the Kid

A century-old document found inside a box of unarchived records in a southern New Mexico county is shedding a little more light on the shooting death of the Old West lawman who gained fame for killing Billy the Kid. Dated July 9, 1908, the nearly illegible handwritten coroner's jury report refers to the investigation of the death of Pat Garrett, who served as sheriff in Lincoln and Dona Ana counties before being appointed as a customs collector along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Second generation: Santa Fe Zine Fest

Those who remember the Riot Grrrl- and punk-fueled DIY zine movement of the 1990s - in which a pre-internet generation of teenagers and twentysomethings all over America took to their local Kinko's to lay out, photocopy, and staple personal and political mini manifestos by hand - can check out a new generation of zine producers at Santa Fe Zine Fest. The event, which takes place at the Living Room at the Center for Contemporary Arts from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 20, features self-published zines, comics, chapbooks, and more from producers that include the Denver Zine Library and artists from Las Cruces and San Antonio, as well as Strangers Collective, Eliza Lutz, and Israel Francisco Haros LA3pez.

Federal government shuts down land use councils

On Thursday, May 11, the U.S. Department of Interior abruptly suspended the activity of 200 natural resource advisory councils and national park committees that provide local input into federal management of public lands. Federal government shuts down land use councils LAS CRUCES - On Thursday, May 11, the U.S. Department of Interior abruptly suspended the activity of 200 natural resource advisory councils and national park committees that provide local input into federal management of public lands.

Need exceeds supply in NM foster care system

Need exceeds supply in NM foster care system There are nearly 1,300 foster families in New Mexico and a total of 2,600 children needing homes. Check out this story on lcsun-news.com: http://lcsun.co/2quiCNq LAS CRUCES - In matching polka dot dress and shoes Tuesday evening, a stumbling, yet giddy, preschooler put a pixie face on harsh reality, statistics and numbers.

Las Cruces honored as 2017 Playful City USAa

Las Cruces honored as 2017 Playful City USA Community For the ninth year, the City of Las Cruces has been honored with a Playful City USA designation. Check out this story on lcsun-news.com: http://lcsun.co/2qtR7DJ Chayce Dye, 6, of Las Cruces, shows off her hula hoop skills as part of Kid Fit held Saturday morning at Young Park.

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