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Thursday, December 18, 2014 - 3:07pm

Positively El Paso

Heart healthy recipes: apple stackers and fruit kabobs

This Friday, Chef Steven Lawry & Dietician Franco Lopez from Providence Memorial Hospital stopped by our NewsChannel 9 studios to teach us the best way to make sure that your kids are on the right path to good health

Loretto Academy students place at the first Lego League Competition

Fourth, fifth, and middle school students from Loretto Academy competed at the First Lego League Competition (FLL) at UTEP this past weekend,

National BBB “Shred Event” this April

Better shred, than read! The first rule in Identity Protection - If you don’t need it, dispose of it - responsibly.

Tu Libro seeking book donations for Cesar Chavez Day fundraiser

Tu Libro, a local organization aimed at educating students, parents, communities and educators to defend Hispanic culture from the classroom to the courtroom is holding their annual Cesar Chavez fundraiser in an effort to provide thirty-one hom

Irvin HS Senior wins Denny's Hungry for Education Scholarship

A Irvin High School Senior is receiving a scholarship, in part, to her idea for help end hunger in our community.

Morrissey plans return visit to Sun City

Morrissey, the globally renowned recording artist, and former frontman for beloved British band, The Smiths, has announced that he will be returning to the Sun City on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 to The Plaza Theatre.

City selects El Dorado students as winners of Earth Day mural contest

Congratulations to the El Dorado 9th Grade Academy, who are the winners of this year's El Paso Environmental Services Department Earth Day Celebration mural contest.

Unique, creepy gifts for your Valentine

Giving your Valentine jewelry? One store has an interesting take. 'Dreadful Things', 2226 Montana Ave., is a shop that sells art and pieces from local artists.

Sierra Providence East expands emergency room

After only being open a little more than five years, Sierra Providence East is expanding. Wednesday, hospital officials cut the ribbon on the new emergency room expansion.

UTEP centennial exhibit to open at El Paso Museum of History

The University of Texas at El Paso and the El Paso Museum of History will unveil the Fifth Wall of Giants: UTEP Centennial Celebration, From Mines to Minds exhibit during a grand opening party and ribbon cutting ceremony.

Boys and Girls Club of El Paso partners with Ross stores for afterschool program

The Boys & Girls Clubs (BGC) of El Paso has announced a partnership with Ross Stores, Inc.

El Paso Rotary Club launches 'Rx to Read' program

The Rotary Club of El Paso has teamed up with El Paso area pediatricians and Books Are Gems to launch a new program called "Rx to Read."

UMC trauma center gets new name

The Trauma Center at University Medical Center has a new name. This morning, University Medical Center Foundation announced the dedication and unveiling of the Scherr Legate Trauma Center.

El Paso Credit Unions donate $16k to Lee & Beulah Moor Children's Home

The Lee and Beulah Moor Children's home was presented with a $16,000 donation from the El Paso Chapter of Credit Unions on Wednesday.

Volunteers raise money to build new playground canopy for El Paso kids

Some kids in El Paso can now better enjoy their playground after a brand new canopy is installed and it's all thanks to a group of dedicated volunteers.