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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

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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.

MLK Day March and Breakfast

Many gathered downtown to honor Martin Luther King Jr. on Sunday January 14, 2018 for the annual MLK March sponsored by the DoA a Ana County Branch of the NAACP. Many gathered downtown to honor Martin Luther King Jr. on Sunday January 14, 2018 for the annual MLK March sponsored by the Doa Ana County Branch of the NAACP.

Hundreds in Las Cruces march to honor MLK

The relatively large crowd gathered at the north end Main Street downtown. Several people spoke before the march, including Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima; Curtis Rosemond with the DoA a Ana County National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; and Meligha Garfield, president of the New Mexico State University Black Students Association.

Lovington native to seek Steve Pearce's seat

David Baake, a Democrat based in Las Cruces, grew up near Sunland Park and graduated from Harvard Law School in 2014. He previously worked for the Natural Resources Defense Council.

First Las Cruces Space Festival planned in April

Organizers are seeking input from the public for the first edition of the Las Cruces Space Festival, to be held April 12 and 14. TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES - Virgin Galactic's carrier plane, the WhiteKnightTwo, sailed the skies of southern New Mexico on Wednesday, part of its first visit to Spaceport America since the summer of 2014. An astronaut appears to float in space in a mural highlighting moments of space exploration at Space Murals Inc., Museum in Organ, just outside of Las Cruces.

Leadership NM Core Program visits Las Cruces

DoA a Ana County played host to Leadership New Mexico's Core Program Economic Development Session earlier this month. Participants explored issues and opportunities within economic development in the Las Cruces area and the state.

Education-funding suit hangs over session

Public Education Secretary-designate Christopher Ruszkowski testifies last year during during the school-funding case before First Judicial District Judge Sarah Singleton. Singleton is expected to rule on the case sometime this spring.

St. Luke's Clinic expansion is much needed

The $1.2 million renovation is on schedule, and about halfway to completion. Once it is finished, the clinic will have some 6,500 square feet of space St. Luke's Health Care Clinic is seen Friday, Jan. 5, 2018, at its location in Suite D at the Mesilla Valley Community of Hope campus, 999 W. Amador Ave. The medical services offered here will move to a different suite that's currently under renovation.

Voting starts in $50M Las Cruces schools bond question

Find out which school projects would be funded by a Las Cruces Public Schools bond question that's being considered by voters. LAS CRUCES - Early voting started Friday on a $50 million bond issue for Las Cruces schools that would pay for new rooftops, expanded classroom space, new playground equipment - and a long list of other items.

NMSU art student, award winner, to work overseas

Martinez will graduate in May 2018, earning her master's degree. She is the 2017 recipient of the Vivian B. Head scholarship Monica Martinez, New Mexico State University master's degree student, is the recipient of this year's Vivian B. Head award LAS CRUCES - Originally from Juarez, Mexico, 26-year-old Monica Martinez transferred to New Mexico State University from another college when she fell in love with NMSU's art department.

NMSU engineering professor studies acoustics

The gist of it can be described as how do you describe a signal simultaneously in time and frequency, when frequency is not assumed to be constant. Steven Sandoval, who has two degrees from New Mexico State University, returned in fall 2016 as an assistant professor in the Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, thanks to a grant from the Minority Doctoral Assistance Loan for Service Program.

Family installs cross in honor of pedestriana

Family of Briana Chavez, a 19-year-old pedestrian who died Dec. 26, 2017, after being hit by a bus, installed a memorial cross on Del Rey Boulevard on Jan. 7, 2018 near the site of the crash. LAS CRUCES - An El Paso family has set up a roadside cross to remember their 19-year-old daughter , the pedestrian who was struck in Las Cruces by a city bus and a second vehicle.

PHOTOS: Photos of the Week January 6 - January 12, 2018

Otto Fedder, 8, and his brother Spyder, 11, check out a piece of ice with magnifying glasses on Saturday, January 6, 2018, at the Las Cruces Museum of Nature & Science where participants could learn about Ice Core excavations during "Saturday Family Science." Otto Fedder, 8, and his brother Spyder, 11, check out a piece of ice with magnifying glasses on Saturday, January 6, 2018, at the Las Cruces Museum of Nature & Science where participants could learn about Ice Core excavations during "Saturday Family Science."

Cross-country walk for Parkinson's awareness

Bucklew, who was diagnosed with early-onset Parkinson's at the age of 43 in 2012, walked into Las Cruces via US 70 on Friday. He'll stay the night here before continuing his journey west.

Las Cruces man suspected of abusing toddler

Police arrested a Las Cruces man suspected of using the back of his hand to strike his girlfriend's 2 1/2 -year-old daughter on her mouth Thursday evening. On Thursday evening, Las Cruces police were dispatched to the report of child abuse at a home on the 1700 block of west Hadley Avenue.

Woman finds 100,000 a killer beesa on her property

According to the Las Cruces Sun-News, the bees had built four hives in the ceiling of an outside storage space at her Dona Ana home. They took them outside the city limits to the desert and built the bees an area where they could survive.

100,000 'killer bees' found in storage space

Homeowner Nancy Stone said it was not unusual to see bees on the property. But sweeping up nearly 300 dead bees a week was.

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