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An undated portrait of Emmett Till.
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A warrant for an arrest was discovered last week by searchers inside a file folder that had been placed in a box, said Leflore County Circuit Clerk Elmus Stockstill.
  • This time on ACT radio, Greg, Liz and Tom talk with Joe Miele, the Trap Neuter Return Project Coordinator for Broken Promises Southwest.
  • On the first half of this episode of The Weekend, we talk to Brenda Risch and Lorena Soto from Borderland Rainbow Center about the mission of the organization, and what inspires them to work with the local LGBTQ+ community.
  • El Paso Prime Time
    Richard Dayoub from Thunderbird Management welcomes William Robertson, also known as Dr. Skateboard, dean of the College of Health Sciences.
  • El Paso Prime Time
    Richard Dayoub from Thunderbird Management welcomes Ellen Smyth to talk about some updates happening at the City of El Paso and specifically improvements to services.
  • Visiting journalism professors discuss the Dow Jones Multimedia Training Academy.
  • We Are UT El Paso
    Keith Pannell talks with his boss, Dr. Robert A. Kirken, Dean of the College of Science. Dr. Kirken has received various grants and awards for his cancer research.
KTEP News
Fort Bliss suicide prevention training
Angela Kocherga
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KTEP News
Suicide prevention training is a top priority for the military. A new virtual reality tool teaches service members how to talk to someone in crisis to ensure they get help.
Members of the community gather at the City of Uvalde Town Square for a prayer vigil in the wake of a mass shooting at Robb Elementary School on Tuesday in Uvalde, Texas.
Jordan Vonderhaar
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Texas State Rep. Joe Moody of El Paso talks about his role on a new legislative committee investigating the mass shooting at an Uvalde elementary school.