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Mississippi’s lone abortion clinic to move to Las Cruces in wake of Roe V. Wade overturn

LAS CRUCES, New Mexico - The only abortion clinic located in the state of Mississippi will soon have a new home in the Land of Enchantment. Jackson's Women's Health Organization has decided to pack up and move their operation, often referred to as the Pink House, over 1,000 miles west to Las Cruces after abortion was made illegal in Mississippi, the result of a trigger law that was already in place if Roe V. Wade was ever overturned.
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Juneteenth with Dr. Bobbie Green of the NAACP of Dona Ana County

NAACP of Dona Ana County President Dr. Bobbie Green discusses Juneteenth from a historical perspective, a week of celebration in Las Cruces, and the continued struggle for racial justice. The KRWG news team features the people, issues, and events that shape our community in this weekly news magazine. Special Newmakers...
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Roxy’s Friday Forecast: Expect rain for the next 9 days!

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – Good morning and happy Friday! Finally made it to the weekend and unfortunately we might see some rain overnight!☔️👢🌂 That storm system we have been tracking is still very close to us, it is mostly going to affect Deming, Las Cruces and Alamogordo but and El Paso might see a […]
EL PASO, TX
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New Mexico Tech students collaborate with Las Cruces Utilities

College life is sometimes detached from the world that students encounter when they graduate, especially when working with clients on real-world solutions. Senior students from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology worked with Las Cruces Utilities for their final projects, working on challenges that if solved, could increase efficiencies, and save money for LCU’s customers in the long run.
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Cyclists cruise through Mesilla in first adaptive cycle parade

MESILLA – Children and adults of all ages took to the streets in Mesilla on June 4, taking part in the inaugural Every Body Rides with Grace Adaptive Cycle Parade. EBRWG is a local initiative started by Andrea Holguin whose daughter, Grace, had her adaptive tricycle stolen from their home in 2021. Following the return of the tricycle, the family decided to use funds they collected to help connect other locals to adaptive cycles to meet their...
MESILLA, NM
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Star Wars, Obi-Wan, Jurassic Park, and Las Cruces Comic Con

Joey and Troy discuss the Disney Plus Star Wars Obi-Wan series, Jurassic World Dominion, the upcoming Las Cruces Comic Con on August 20-21, 2022, and anything nerdy that comes to mind. SUBSCRIBE to watch more videos like this one!. LET’S CONNECT!. — Zia Comics website. — Zia Comics TikTok.
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NMSU offers STEM education program for high schoolers

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (KRQE) – NM PREP Academy gave middle and high school students the opportunity to explore engineering through projects at New Mexico State University. The program also provided NMSU College of Engineering faculty a chance to obtain broader impact assistance for research grants. Story continues below. KRQE...
ALBUQUERQUE, NM
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International Spaceport America Cup back in-person

LAS CRUCES, New Mexico -- The Spaceport America Cup , the world's largest intercollegiate rocketry competition, is back in-person since the start of the pandemic. About 100 teams made up of dozens of students from all over the world travel to Las Cruces to showcase their engineering skills. "It's actually...
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NMSU and DACC lose power

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (KFOX14/CBS4) — Portions of New Mexico State University's Las Cruces campus and Doña Ana Community College’s Espina campus have no electricity. Both school are experiencing a widespread power outage, according to the university. They stated crews from El Paso Electric are working to restore...
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