Friday, October 17, 2014 - 11:31am

Positively El Paso

Hero in the water

A Wellington, Florida boy's heroic action has given a little girl the biggest gift of all: a second chance at life.

Hunt Companies Hires New Executive Vice President

Hunt Companies, Inc. announced today that Tad Guleserian has been named Executive Vice President of Hunt’s Capital Markets Group.

Helping Homeless Vets

For the holidays a lot of us will go home, but what if you didn't have a place to call home? Sadly that's the case for millions of people across the country and a lot of them are veterans.

Silver City recruiting new firefighters

The Silver City Engine Crews from the Gila National Forest are looking for highly motivated individuals with a strong work ethic and ability to work outdoors.

El Paso Couple wins $1,000 ExxonMobile photo contest

With the holiday travel season upon us, one El Pasoan can travel a little easier after winning the Exxon and Mobil Fueling Connections photo contest and $1,000 worth of Exxon Mobil Gift Cards.

Pet adoption events happening this weekend

The Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley will facilitate dog, cat, puppy and kitten adoptions this Saturday, Dec. 14.

Santas rebuild Christmas Joy

When Bob Sturtevant and his wife had two of their Christmas decorations stolen from their Hamburg, New York yard last week, they couldn't have imagined how some Western New Yorkers would come to the rescue.

El Paso's First Baptist Church reprises Living Christmas Tree performance

El Paso's First Baptist Church will host its 48th annual Living Christmas Tree performance this coming weekend, December 14th and 15th, with live shows both days at 3:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

El Paso mall opens doors for special needs children to meet Santa

Meeting Santa is the highlight for some kids around Christmas. But for children with special needs, the large crowds and hectic environment can cause more stress then joy.

Group dedicates time, money to cleaning up Jesuit graves at Concordia

A recent trip to the cemetery has one El Paso man up in arms. Rick Melendrez visited grave sites at Concordia Cemetery on the Dia De Los Muertos, and he can't believe what he found.

Celebration of Lights illuminates Downtown El Paso Saturday night

The Annual Celebration of Lights holiday lighting ceremony presented by evolve Federal Credit Union will kick off Saturday night with the Holiday Parade of Lights and Cleveland Square Tree Lighting.

Fountains at Farah host free Holiday events

The Fountains at Farah, the newly opened lifestyle center, will host several holiday events during the Christmas season. All events are free and open to the public.

Thunderbirds to headline 2014 Amigo Airsho

The Amigo Airsho announced that the United States Air Force Thunderbirds will be headlining next year's event from November 1-2, 2014 on Friday.

East Texas man rings Salvation Army bell for 72hrs, despite ice storm

A man in Tyler, TX continues his quest to win the “Salvation Army World Bell Ringing Contest” champion title.

Man gives big tips in brother's memory

After serving hamburgers and ice cream to one customer, a Vermont waitress got the tip of a lifetime $500.. Julie Bombria is a waitress at the Friendly's Restaurant in Springfield.