Positively El Paso

El Paso's DJ NielMac's latest single to be released Saturday

A local electronic dance music prodigy is taking a big step forward in his career, and he's still not even a teenager.

El Paso Zoo welcomes new babies of the African Savannah

The El Paso Zoo is welcoming four healthy new additions born over the last month. Three Thomson’s gazelles and one greater kudu were born at the Zoo between Jan. 20 and Feb. 8.

A shot at greatness: Canutillo basketball team manager soars on Senior night

It was one of those moments that remind us why we love sports. Friday night was senior night for Canutillo boys basketball, hosting rival Bowie to decide 2nd place in District 1-5A.

Go Red 2015: Heart Disease in Women

NewsChannel 9 is partnering with the Sierra Providence Health Network and the American Heart Association to promote heart health in February. Cardiologist Dr. Michael Deluca spoke about heart heath in women.  

Teachers at Mesa Vista celebrate fundraising success by eating a smelly egg

Students and faculty at one Lower Valley school celebrated a successful fundraiser by having a couple of their teachers eat a black, smelly egg on Tuesday.

Dave & Busters coming to El Paso?

Dave & Busters, the popular Dallas-based restaurant chain that has a full video arcade inside each location, filed a Commercial Tenant Improvement permit with the City of El Paso on Tuesday for a location at 6100 Gateway West, inside B

Jet Fighter Simulators part of national engineers week at UTEP

To celebrate National Engineers Week in February, The University of Texas at El Paso's College of Engineering will host Lockheed Martin Fighter Jet simulators.

KLAQ Balloon Festival celebrates 30 years in the sky

Memorial Day Weekend offers up concerts for all different music lovers in the Borderland this year.

Neon Desert 2015 lineup announced Tuesday

The promoters for Neon Desert began slowly leaking the lineup the the 2015 festival, which will be held over a three-day period Memorial Day weekend, May 22-24 in Downtown El Paso.

EPCC and Sheriff's office collect coats for Borderland residents

While the daytime temps in the Borderland have been fairly warm in recent weeks, the nights still feel like winter, especially for those who don't have warm clothes or bedding.

City searches for artists for springtime Art in the Park event

The City of El Paso's Parks and Recreation Department has a case of spring fever. They're actively preparing for their springtime art events and need help from local artists to make the events a success for the community.

El Paso prepares for the return of WICKED

Wicked returns! The El Paso showing of Wicked isn't until May, but tickets will go on sale February 16, 2015.

EPCC Theater season opens with RENT

EPCC Theater Ensemble will offer its first play of the 2015 season with Rent. Performances will be February 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, & 28 @ 8:00 pm and February 22 & March 1 @ 2:30 pm.

EPE launches 2015 summer internship program

If you know any college students who might be looking for a job come summer, the local power utility has a pretty attractive offer.