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City of El Paso begins Christmas Tree recycling December 26

The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, and sure, Saint Nicholas was there.

Don't mess with this El Paso granny!

There's one El Paso Grandmother you don't want to mess with. 79-year-old Charlene Villalobos earned her second degree Black Belt on Saturday after working toward the goal for the past six years.

YWCA Administrator Named President of El Paso Coalition for the Homeless

YWCA Sara McKnight Transitional Living Center Administrator, Kathy Cox, was named President of the El Paso Coalition for the Homeless on November 20, 2013. This position runs for two years.

Positively El Paso: Benny's Pawn Shop gives 100 dinners to Big Brothers Big Sisters families

One hundred El Paso families will have a very Merry Christmas thanks to Benny's Pawn Shop.

Local Tequila business receives national awards

A local business is receiving some national recognition. El Afan Tequila, which is headquartered in El Paso and distilled in Jalisco, Mexico won several awards that place it at the top of the industry.

Veterans Hold Food Drive for YWCA

The El Paso group, Veterans at Breakfast, delivered food donations to the YWCA Sara McKnight Transitional Living Center (TLC) on Saturday, December 7, 2013.

Positively El Paso! Chihuahuas donate 10% of sales to local charities for holidays

The El Paso Chihuahuas, in conjunction with their Founding Corporate Partners, Sierra Providence Health Network, L & F Distributors, local Ford dealers and PepsiCo, are proud to present the Chihuahuas Days of Giving from Dec.

Mystery Medals Returned

Rita Dudczak of Lackawanna, New York glows with pride as she looks at old pictures of her father Vincent Mikolajczak. Mikolajczak joined the army at age 18, and spent much of World War Two in the Pacific theater.

Sprouts Farmers Market moving to new location

Sprouts Farmers Market will be opening their brand new, larger store at 655 Sunland Park Drive on Wednesday January 15, 2014.

Turning back the sun at Leasburg Dam State Park

Although we can’t turn back time, we can turn back the sun at Leasburg Dam State Park on December 21, the shortest day of the year. This event begins at 11:00 a.m. and ends at 10:00 p.m.

Texas Sailor's incredible journey home

It was an act of kindness from complete strangers. As Randy Carrasco buried his father on Thursday, he felt a sense of comfort knowing there are good people in this world who care, and who want to make a difference.

"Layaway Santa" Spreads Cheer

A legion of "Layaway Santas" are popping up across the country and paying down the balances of customers who put Christmas items on layaway. One such Santa landed his sleigh at a Walmart in Florida Saturday.

Hero in the water

A Wellington, Florida boy's heroic action has given a little girl the biggest gift of all: a second chance at life.

Hunt Companies Hires New Executive Vice President

Hunt Companies, Inc. announced today that Tad Guleserian has been named Executive Vice President of Hunt’s Capital Markets Group.

Helping Homeless Vets

For the holidays a lot of us will go home, but what if you didn't have a place to call home? Sadly that's the case for millions of people across the country and a lot of them are veterans.