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“It took 22 years but the time came. It is done. We can finally and really begin to heal — 22 years of wondering what was going to happen,” the girl’s sister said
Brent Ray Brewer, 53, died by chemical injection at the state penitentiary in Huntsville for the April 1990 death of Robert Laminack
Jedidiah Murphy’s plea about the safety of pentobarbital post-fire rejected by U.S. District Judge
Billy Chemirmir, 50, convicted of killing two women and accused of killing 20 others, was serving a life sentence
The rare lockdown in the nation’s largest prison system, which comes during a heat wave, is happening as officials ‘confront the root causes’ of drug contraband and violence
Union president for COs jokes that “everything runs off duct tape and band-aids” in the understaffed prison with failing infrastructure
“I’m not pointing fingers here at anybody; I’m just asking the question ‘why,’” Chief McManus said
Authorities moved 320 inmates as Huntsville firefighters battled a fire at the Walls Prison Unit
The CO felt contraction-like pains at work, but her supervisor kept her at her post for hours despite her requests to leave, according to the lawsuit
According to a FPC Bryan inmate handbook, those in the facility who are eligible to work can earn between 12 cents and $1.15 per hour in their job assignments
The payout over Holly Barlow-Austin’s death after being held at a jail operated by LaSalle Corrections is among the largest public settlements of its kind
The program at the Collin County Sheriff’s Office provides job and life skills training to inmates to reduce jail violence and recidivism
Holmes lost battle to delay her incarceration when judge ruled she must surrender to serve her 11-year sentence
State District Judge Jim Fallon withdrew the date after lawyers requested more time to review competency
Tarrant County Jail Corporal Aron Iseman was driving when his vehicle left the roadway and rolled several times