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A woman prays at a makeshift memorial for shooting victims at the Cielo Vista Mall Walmart, in El Paso, Texas.
Mark Ralston
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AFP/Getty Images
The court filing by attorney Justin Underwood details a troubling relationship between a victim's family and the DA's office.
  • On this edition of El Paso Prime Time, show host Richard Dayoub sits down with Executive Director for the Horizon City Economic Development Corporation, Eddie Garcia.
  • Host Charles Horak welcomes filmmakers Jesús Nuñez and Raúl Hernández to discuss the Advanced Filmmaking Workshop that will take place between October 12 and 13.
  • Host Louie Saenz welcomes guests Amelia Rau, Adam Tirres, and actor Evan George Vourazeris of the series "Ozark," to discuss the Whole Hog Fundraiser's commitment to individuals with Down Syndrome.
  • One of the authors, Karen McManus, discusses with us on her journey and how the entire collection of novels has been attracting more from the audiences of mystery novels.
  • Host Daniel Chacón talks with author Sergio Troncoso about his latest book Nobody´s Pilgrim.
  • The Humanities Collaborative at EPCC-UTEP, seeks to strengthen the path of humanities students at EPCC with increased academic, professional, and research options.
Insurrectionists climb the west wall of the the U.S. Capitol, Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington.
Jose Luis Magana
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AP
A letter signed by 34 people held on charges related to the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol complains of inhumane conditions behind bars, including mold, abusive guards, bad food and filthy laundry.
Composer and trumpeter Etienne Charles, in a portrait taken inside the newly renovated David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center.
Lawrence Sumulong
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Courtesy of Lincoln Center
In New York City, the area dominated by Lincoln Center was formerly home to Black and Puerto Rican communities. Etienne Charles' new musical work addresses that difficult past.