Positively El Paso

Students, staff from Del Valle ES represent YISD in Texas Capitol Schoolhouse

Students and teachers at Del Valle Elementary School in Ysleta ISD will have the unique opportunity to participate in the Texas Capitol Schoolhouse next week, as they are one of only ten school districts in the state to demonstrate to legislato

7 year-old helps animals instead of receiving birthday presents

An El Paso 7 year-old told his family and friends that he didn't want any presents on this birthday this year. Rather, he asked instead that they bring donations for the Humane Society of El Paso.

UBS surpasses goal at MLK weekend blood drive

Motorcyclists had reason to rev up this weekend, as the United Blood Services Blood Drive surpassed its goal for blood donations.

Canutillo math team = success

Congratulations to the Canutillo High School Math Team.  The students took 1st in Calculator Applications at an invitational held at Del Valle High School this weekend.

Canutillo football parade postponed

UPDATE: The Canutillo ISD has postponed the celebratory parade planned for January 24 in order to allow students in the district to take their SAT.

'Sun City on Tap' beer festival this weekend

More than100 releases from some of America's best craft breweries will be on tap this weekend as part of "Sun City on Tap."  Attendees will receive 8 initial samples with their souvenir sampling glass and the opportunity to p

Winter is coming -- to a theater near you

Fans of the wildly popular HBO series Game of Thrones have been waiting for the first presentation of a television program in IMAX theaters ever.

Girl Scout cookies go on sale January 17

The Girl Scout Cookie Program begins this Saturday, January 17th and goes on for six-weeks.

El Paso Museum of History's Digie wall to open in February

The El Paso Museum of History located at 510 N. Santa Fe St. is proud to announce Digie’s (Digital Information Gateway In El Paso) Grand Opening! The event will be hosted at the museum on Saturday, February 14, 2015 from 11 a.m.

El Paso zoo lion's encounter with toddler makes national news

One adorable encounter between an El Paso Zoo lion and a tiny tot is getting a lot of national attention.

Flying Tigers, Mud Hens and Chihuahuas -- oh my!

Storm Chasers, SeaWolves, Mud Hens, RockHouds, Flying Squirrels and of course-- most importantly -- the Chihuahuas!

Bach's Lunch performances to start Thursday

Bach's Lunch began nine years ago as a collaboration with El Paso Pro-Musica and the El Paso Museum of Art. Zuill Bailey and Dr. Michael Tomor decided that it would be wonderful to combine visual arts and musical arts together.

Over 50 local cyclists join forces with Ride for Reading

Ride for Reading, a Nashville-based grass-root nonprofit founded by MNPS educator Mathew Portell in 2008, is set to donate over a thousand books next week.

Sheriff's deputies save life of local teen

Two El paso County Sheriff's deputies are heroes after saving the life of a local teen.

El Paso 6th grader ranked #1 in US for age bracket

El Pasoan Gianna Pielet won the Girl’s 12s Singles Winter National Championships in Tucson, Arizona on January 2 — one of the Highest Junior Achievement in American Tennis.