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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
Two charged with tampering in murder investigation
Two charged with tampering in Dakota Lunceford murder investigation Bryanna Terry, 19, and Justin Bullock, 22, were arrested this week in connection to the Dakota Lunceford murder investigation Check out this story on AlamogordoNews.com: http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/crime/2017/08/17/two-charged-tampering-murder-investigation/576210001/ LAS CRUCES - A Las Cruces woman and her boyfriend have been arrested in the homicide investigation of an 18-year-old Alamogordo man whose body was found earlier this month in Mesilla, but no murder charges have been filed, court records show. Bryanna Terry, 19, was arrested Wednesday by DoA a Ana County sheriff's detectives and charged with tampering with evidence, according to a criminal complaint.The Latest: University of New Mexico joins craft beer rush
This undated artist rendering provided by New Mexico State University depicts the proposed packaging for a locally brewed beer that has been officially licensed by the university in Las Cruces, N.M. With Pistol Pete's 1888 Ale, New Mexico State joins a handful of universities across the U.S. that have licensed official beers as they look to boost their brands and raise revenues. Bosque Brewery will unveil the new brew at its taproom in Las Cruces on Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017.New Girl Scout badges go where Girl Scouts have never been before: Space
The Girl Scouts of the USA has been turning out smart future leaders of America for the past century. Those girls and young women have collected countless badges for activities related to art, science, the outdoors, leadership and more.Stair climb to memorialize 9/11 rescue efforts
The LCMSC will be held on Sunday, Sept. 10, a day before the 16th anniversary of the Sept.Man sentenced in 2015 attack on custodian
Man sentenced in attack on Highland Elementary School custodian An Anthony, N.M., man was sentenced Monday to four years, minus one day, in prison. Check out this story on lcsun-news.com: http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/crime/2017/08/16/man-sentenced-attack-highland-elementary-school-custodian/574352001/ LAS CRUCES - A DoA a Ana County man convicted in a brutal attack on an elementary school custodian has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison, according to the 3rd Judicial District Attorney's Office.Las Cruces man arrested for carrying BB gun on school campus
Las Cruces Police say security officers spotted 28-year-old Joel Alfaro lurking in the hallway of Onate High School Tuesday morning, with what looked like a handgun in his shorts. Police arrived and arrested Alfaro without incident.DA clears LCPD officer in fatal shooting
LCPD officer cleared in fatal shooting on Arizona Avenue Las Cruces Police Officer Kenneth Davis cleared in fatal shooting of 52-year-old Ernesto Sedillo on July 17 Check out this story on lcsun-news.com: http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/crime/2017/08/15/district-attorneys-office-clears-lcpd-officer-fatal-shooting-arizona-avenue/569485001/ A screenshot of video from the Las Cruces police officer who fired at an armed suspect on July 17, 2017, in Las Cruces. LAS CRUCES - The 3rd Judicial District Attorney's Office has determined last month's fatal shooting of an armed suspect by a Las Cruces police officer was justified under New Mexico law.Perea seeks election to 3rd Judicial Districta
Conrad Perea has been the court's Division 3 judge since April after being appointed by Gov. Susana Martinez to replace Darren Kugler Perea seeks election to 3rd Judicial District Court Conrad Perea has been the court's Division 3 judge since April after being appointed by Gov. Susana Martinez to replace Darren Kugler Check out this story on lcsun-news.com: http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/local/courts/2017/08/15/perea-seeks-election-3rd-judicial-district-court/569139001/ LAS CRUCES - District Judge Conrad Perea will seek election to the 3rd Judicial District Court, Division 3, in DoA a Ana County, according to a news release.Police union votes 'no confidence' on LCPDa
Police union votes 'no confidence' on LCPD command staff Las Cruces Police Officers Association conducted a no confidence vote on Aug. 8 against LCPD's command staff Check out this story on lcsun-news.com: http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/local/2017/08/15/police-union-votes-no-confidence-lcpd-command-staff/566234001/ LAS CRUCES - The union that represents 165 employees from the Las Cruces Police Department has "no confidence" in the department's command staff leadership. Th union, Las Cruces Police Officers Association, conducted a no confidence vote on Aug. 8 against LCPD's command staff, according to LCPD Officer David Gonzalez, who serves as the president of LCPOA.Orphan Utopia
The children had one thing in common: all had been orphaned, and most were among the poorest of the poor. Such were the children that John Ballou Newbrough hoped would inherit the earth.a © John Ballou Newbrough was a dentist who claimed he had fallen under the control of visiting angels in 1881 and - with the aid of a typewriter - created a "new Bible," which he entitled Oahspe .Do a Ana GOP chairman in hot water over protester remarks
While Democrats and many Republicans across the nation were decrying President Donald Trump for what he didn' t say following Saturday's killing of a young woman during the violent white supremacist riots in Charlottesville, Va, the chairman of the Dona County Republican Party caused a stir by what he did say. As first reported by Las Cruces journalist Heath Haussamen , Chairman Roman Jimenez posted on the county party's Facebook page a message that read: "These violent, leftist protesters are the brainless robots that are created by evil Soros money.Las Cruces students return to school
They're back ... Las Cruces students return to school Approximately 22,000 students returned to classes Monday. Check out this story on lcsun-news.com: http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/education/lcps/2017/08/14/theyre-back-las-cruces-students-return-school/567122001/ Students make their way home after the first day of classes at Centennial High School on Monday, Aug. 14, 2017.'Maker Space' offers teens hands-on activities ata
A city pilot project has expanded offerings for teens at the Thomas Branigan Memorial Library to include arts, crafts, music and filmmaking. 'Maker Space' offers teens hands-on activities at library A city pilot project has expanded offerings for teens at the Thomas Branigan Memorial Library to include arts, crafts, music and filmmaking.More than 2.5 inches of rain fell in Do a Ana on Sunday
More than 2.5 inches of rain fell in DoA a Ana on Sunday NMSU recorded no rain on Sunday. Check out this story on lcsun-news.com: http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/local/2017/08/14/more-than-2-5-inches-rain-fell-dona-ana-sunday/566475001/ Many people don't think about it until the time arrives, but knowing what to do if caught out on the road during these storms is important.Women suspected in J.C. Penney shoplifting
Alamogordo women suspected in Las Cruces J.C. Penney shoplifting The Alamogordo women have been charged with shoplifting and conspiracy. Check out this story on lcsun-news.com: http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/crime/2017/08/14/alamogordo-women-suspected-las-cruces-j-c-penney-shoplifting/566088001/ LAS CRUCES - Two Alamogordo women suspected of shoplifting more than $1,000 in clothes from the J.C. Penney store in Las Cruces have been arrested, police said.Yoga classes pair with wine
Yoga classes pair with wine Deming yoga teacher brings classes to local winery Check out this story on demingheadlight.com: http://www.demingheadlight.com/story/life/wellness/2017/08/14/yoga-classes-pair-wine/557818001/ DEMING - If "Beer Yoga" is now a phenomenon that has legitimately been introduced in yoga studios in Germany, Australia, and Southeast Asia - and no kidding, that really does exist - then why not mingle yoga with wine? In recent years, yoga sessions have been paired with tastings of craft beer and wine, as tasting rooms have sought to benefit from the popularity of yoga.North Korea nuclear acceleration prompts church intervention
As the threat of nuclear conflict escalates between the U.S. and North Korea, religious leaders are stepping into the firestorm in an urgent quest to calm the rhetoric between President Trump and dictator Kim Jong Un. "The Catholic Church has been a leader against nuclear proliferation, and the Church has been able to act in different areas around the world where others can't," Christopher Hale, a senior fellow at Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good and leader for President Obama's national Catholic outreach, told Fox News.
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