Feb 28, 2013
After 40 Years in Solitary, Angola 3 Prisoner Albert Woodfox Ordered Freed for 3rd Time in Louisiana
A federal judge has once again ordered the state of Louisiana to release Albert Woodfox, a former Black Panther who has spent more than 40 years in solitary confinement.
Inter Press Service
FILM: Mumia, the Man Behind the Prisoner
After living on death row for 30 years, Abu-Jamal's sentence was commuted to life imprisonment in early 2012 after decades of advocacy by anti-death penalty and anti-racist activists.
Countdown of 10 Amazing Moments from the Year 2011: No. 8 Execution in Georgia
The twenty-year battle to confirm the guilt or innocence of former Georgia death-row inmate Troy Anthony Davis in the case of slain Savannah police officer Mark Allen MacPhail ended with Davis's execution September 21, 2011.
RGV High School Sports
Roundup: United South ends Memorial's season
LAREDO UNITED SOUTH 54, McALLEN MEMORIAL 50, OT: At Roma, McAllen Memorial's run in the playoffs ended with a heartbreaking defeat Monday night at Roma High School.
FOOTBALL: Marauders roll past Panthers
The Mingus Union football team steam-rolled over another Grand Canyon Region opponent Friday night in a 42-0 win over Coconino.