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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.

Humane Society encourages responsible pet ownership through the Holidays

The Humane Society of El Paso is encouraging El Pasoans considering pet adoption for the holidays to purchase a gift certificate so that the person receiving the pet can pick out the animal that best suits them.

JUST THE FACTS: 2013 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree lighting

The lighting of the Christmas Tree in Rockefeller Center in the heart of New York City is a tradition that has been around for over 80 years.

Christmas prayer answered

Foster children Eva and Jasmine shared the same Christmas wish. During Vacation Bible School at their East Tennessee church this summer, the girls, ages 7 and 8, sent up their written prayer request in a balloon.

Man comes forward with missing cash in "Lunchbox" Crime Stoppers case

A man who allegedly took an envelope containing $6,000 cash from the Lunchbox restaurant October 29th has come forward to return the cash to the rightful owner.

Two boys round up toy donations for crisis center

Two young brothers are learning it is better to give than to receive. When they heard some kids might wake up on Christmas morning with an empty tree, they decided to step up and help.

Lee & Beulah Moor Children's Home host annual "Winter Wonderland"

For almost twelve years, the Lee and Beulah Moor Children’s Home has presented their “Winter Wonderland” exhibit as a special gift to their friends and neighbors in the El Paso Southwest.

Secret million dollar donation

Jack MacDonald made an impression for being frugal. His sweaters had holes in them. He clipped coupons. He was known to walk to the local QFC and load up on discounted orange juice.

Giving birth part of family holiday tradition

Maybe your family tradition is to go shopping on Black Friday or watch the Christmas tree lighting together, but for two El Paso moms there's something about the holidays that beckons special deliveries.

Float On: 77th Annual FirstLight FCU Sun Bowl Parade float participants

This year's 77th Annual FirstLight Federal Credit Union Sun Bowl Parade promises to be one of the best parades in years.