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Meet El Paso Matters’ new higher education reporter

Jewél Jackson, whose investigation showed that her hometown police department in Louisville was using thermal imaging to detect marijuana cultivation, will join El Paso Matters in February as a reporter covering higher education. Jackson has interned at the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting and WFPL News in Louisville. She graduated this month from the S.I. […]