Teens look to improve their communities with leadership training

(KOB4, June 21) This week, about 35 New Mexico teens from across the state attended a three-day youth leadership training held by DEA 360 and the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA).

“The training we're giving them is we're actually giving it to the youth, putting it in their hands so they can actually take it back to their communities and fight any problem that they have,” said Jacob Prieto with the DEA. Read more.

Watch a local news report from KOB4 about the training below.