Positively El Paso

El Paso Electric unveils new electric car

It's fast - it saves cash - and it's environmentally friendly..

El Pasoans headed to Special Olympic USA Games

More than 150 people—including 121 athletes and 33 coaches—will represent Texas during the Special Olympics USA Games in New Jersey in June.

Northeast skate park set to open Thursday

The City of El Paso Parks and Recreation Department will host a Ribbon Cutting Dedication Ceremony on Thursday, June 12 at 8:00 a.m. for the new Northeast Regional Skate Park, 11270 McCombs Dr. in northeast El Paso.

Southwest University Park, city leaders earn statewide awards

The City of El Paso is the recipient of four prestigious awards by Texas Chapter of the American Public Works Association.

'Last Mic Standing' open-mic competition gearing up at The Fountains at Farah

The Fountains at Farah will kick-off its open-mic competition this Thursday where area musicians are invited to showcase their talent.

Former El Paso math teacher donates small fortune for scholarships

She lived modestly, saved secretly and now gives greatly. The late Dorothy Quinn was an Austin High School math teacher for 25 years and left behind a small fortune so that El Paso teens can realize their dream of going to college.

Sun Metro LIFT wins MV Transportation's regional safety award

The Sun Metro LIFT has been awarded MV Transportation’s quarterly safety award for the Southwest region.

Chick-Fil-A brings dozens of new jobs to the Sun City

A fast food restaurant is about to open a new location in town providing jobs for dozens of El Pasoans. Chick-Fil-A will open a new West El Paso location on Thursday, creating more than seventy jobs here in the Sun City.

Jesus Christ Superstar arena specatular cancels date at Don Haskins Center

UTEP announced Friday afternoon that Options Clause Entertainment LLC, an affiliate of S2BN Entertainment, has announced the cancelation of the Jesus Christ Superstar Arena Spectacular that had been scheduled for July 22, 2014 at the Don Haskin

Students create wax museum

A blast from the past, that's what you can find inside a school's gym in East El Paso.

UTEP kicks off $2 million 3-D printing project

A national manufacturing institute was at UTEP Wednesday to kick off a more than $2 million dollar engineering project.

UTEP students receive money for tuition

Fifty nine UTEP students are now debt free thanks to a new university partnership.

EPPD opens recruitment for summer youth academy

The El Paso Police Department will be hosting two summer youth academies this year, in June and July, respectively.

Sierra Providence Health Network CEO goes positively pink

One boss in El Paso certainly didn't go unnoticed today. Sierra Providence Health Network CEO Eric Evans stands out now in his hospitals' halls. With bright pink hair.

Tocando Music Project students host benefit concert

Tocando Music Project will present a benefit concert to help raise money to buy violins and cellos for new students in the 2014-15 school year.