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
In an effort to fight hunger in El Paso, UTEP's Ceramic Art Students Association (CASA) is sponsoring the fundraiser “Panza Llena, Corazon Contento” or Full Belly, Happy Heart on Saturday, December 6, 2014 from 11a.m. to 3 p.m.
Construction is expected to begin soon on the Savoy Loft Apartments project in Downtown El Paso, and now an architect involved with the development has posted renderings of what the loft units may look like once completed.
We may be 21-days away from the annual First Light Federal Credit Union Thanksgiving Day Parade, but it's never too early to start planning for the annual event that has dazzled El Pasoans for the past 78 years.
The Amigo Airsho returns this weekend, after a year hiatus and a new location.
The Golden Knights, Thunderbirds, and a slew of others will be taking off from the Doña Ana County International Jetport Saturday.
Goblins, ghouls and grades? El Paso Community College is hosting their annual Fall Festival at the Valle Verde Campus Friday night and they're hoping the entire community will come out to enjoy the family-friendly event.