Tips to Prevent Hazardous Heat Consequences

The Las Cruces Police Department reminds you that our extremely hot daytime temperatures can be dangerous for people and pets especially when they are left in an enclosed vehicle.

Investigators: Stalker May be in Las Cruces

LAS CRUCES — A wanted stalker was possibly on the loose in Las Cruces, according to Doña Ana County Sheriff’s investigators.

Hunter of Ft. Bliss Earns Red Bull King of the Rock

After a day of scattered thunderstorms, the courts dried up and the lights came on and the best one-on-one basketball players from Ft. Bliss competed in Red Bull King of the Rock Qualifier.

NMSU Football to host The Aggie Challenge: A Women's Football Experience

The New Mexico State football program proudly presents The Aggie Challenge: A Women's Football Experience. This is a single elimination team tournament, consisting of teams of 10 players.

Roger Clemens Found Not Guilty of Perjury

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Famed baseball pitcher Roger Clemens was found not guilty Monday of lying to Congress during an investigation of steroid use among major league players.

Clemens Not Guilty of Perjury

Former major league pitcher Roger Clemens was found not guilty of perjury in federal court in Washington, D.C. today.

Prison Worker Caught Smuggling Drugs Inside Her Body

LAS CRUCES — A female prison worker at the Southern New Mexico Corrections Facility was caught bringing her "fiancée" inmate large amounts of heroin and cocaine.

Indian Police: Man chops off Daughter's Head, For 'Indecent Behavior'

NEW DELHI, INDIA (CNN) — Police in the northern India state of Rajasthan say they were stunned when a man showed up at a police outpost holding a bloody human head in one hand and a sword in another.

Mexico's President Praises Obama's Immigration Shift

LOS CABOS, Mexico (CNN) -- President Barack Obama received praise Monday from Mexico's president for the decision last week to stop deporting some young illegal immigrants.

Google reports 'Alarming' Rise in Government Censorship Requests

(CNN) -- Western governments, including the United States, appear to be stepping up efforts to censor Internet search results and YouTube videos, according to a "transparency report" released by Google.

Pellet Gun Robbery Ends in K-9 Capture

LAS CRUCES — Two men believed to have been invovled in a weekend Pik Quick robbery were arrested on multiple charges.

Rodney King Autopsy Results are Weeks Away

LOS ANGELES (CNN) -- An autopsy to determine why Rodney King was found dead in his swimming pool began Monday morning, but it will be several weeks before the findings are made public, a San Bernadino County, California, coroner's spokeswom

KickstART Downtown Funding Available for Downtown Events

Entities interested in organizing downtown events can apply for funding with the KickstART Downtown Funding Program.

Gila Fire Expands Additional 1,000 Acres

SILVER CITY, NM — The fire in the Gila Forest grew an additional 1,015 acres on Sudnay . This growth was in southeast corner of the fire in Turkey Creek and Watson Canyon.

Lessons in "Dog Etiquette" Planned for Weekend

There are manners to follow, when it comes to owning a pet. That's according to the city Environmental Services and Parks & Recreation groups, who will team up to educate the community on dog park rules and etiquette.