El Paso Jewish Academy students participated in a walk-a-thon Friday to raise money to send a child with Type 1 Diabetes to Camp Sweeney. The students learned about the camp through one of their classmates, Madison Nadler.
Christmas only comes once a year, and two El Paso area malls are hoping to spread some holiday cheer. You may know him as Santa Claus, but to cute and cuddly canines and fury felines, he might be known as Santa Paws!
The El Paso Fire Department and the El Paso Chihuahuas have teamed together to make the holiday season brighter for children as they proudly present “Paws for Presents,” a toy drive benefiting the Child Crisis Center.
A local ballet folklorico company is making it to the big time. The group, Valle del Sol, has been performing in the Sun City for 27 years. This weekend they take their dancing on the road to perform at Disneyland.
Six artists were recognized today for their artwork featured on the annual Candlelighters holiday cards.
One of the artists, 12-year-old Marina Frias, is a cancer survivor. Her drawing of a nutcracker was picked.
Richard Pineda, Ph.D., director of the Sam Donaldson Center for Communication Studies and associate professor of communication at UTEP, has been awarded the 2014 Córdova-Puchot Scholar of the Year Award from the Latina/o Communication St
Fourteen students from Coronado High School were recognized at the National High School Journalism Convention in Washington D.C in early November. The students were accompanied by the school journalism teachers, Alexander Seufert an