Monday May 13
KPLC-TV Lake Charles
Six months later: Phelps, where are they now?
On Nov. 1, 2012, Phelps Correctional Center in DeQuincy shut it gates for good after a sudden announcement from the Louisiana Department of Corrections just two months earlier.
Jefferson Parish man facing death sentence denied a new trial
This thing will go on and on and on. At some point we have to bring this matter to a conclusion so we can go to the next step." Judge June Darensburg Attorneys for Isaiah Doyle , the last convicted killer in Jefferson Parish to receive a death sentence, lost their bid for a new trial Wednesday, after a state judge rejected their arguments that ... (more)
WWL-TV New Orleans
General has plan to give at-risk young men chance at college
General Russel Honore' was credited with bringing some semblance of order to New Orleans in the chaotic days after Katrina.
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The World Trade Center of New Orleans and the U.S. Angola Chamber of Commerce will host the "WTCNO Business Symposium: Angola" at 8:30 a.m. Thursday at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans.
'Central Park Five' documentary highlights the problem of innocents confessing: Jarvis DeBerry
"The majority of confessions that have proved to be false in the DNA age were not physically coerced." -- Emily Maw, Innocence Project New Orleans When a suspect confesses, the police high-five. Prosecutors hop and skip to the grand jury.
Despite controversy, Angola Prison Rodeo lends inmates sense of freedom
Douglas Whitton stood proudly in front of a display of his most recent paintings, the sounds of a carousel and smells of "deep-fried" Coke nearby.