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Mr. Kevonte Alfred

Kevonte Alfred, of Gary, died early Tuesday at Methodist Hospitals Northlake Campus after he was shot in the side inside a residence 

Mr.Tavion Milams

 A wake-up call for the community: Loved ones remember popular rapper, gunned down in the street

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  • In Historic Vote, NYC Council Agrees to Shut Rikers by 2026
    by Nancy Bilyeau on October 18, 2019 at 3:07 pm

    While many praised the decision to replace the notorious jail Thursday with four smaller jails around the city, some critics questioned whether it would drive down incarceration. Others said the city shouldn’t build new jails at all.

  • White House Pledges Hard Work on First Step Act
    by Ted Gest on October 18, 2019 at 2:27 pm

    The pledge was made Thursday by Ja’Ron Smith of the White House’s Office of American Innovation at the inaugural “leadership summit” of the Council on Criminal Justice, a new national organization devoted to studying problems in the criminal justice system.

  • Tennessee Execution Questioned After New Information Emerges
    by Crime and Justice News on October 18, 2019 at 11:00 am

    Authorities have long considered the 1985 death of Suzanne Marie Collins to be a closed case, and in 2006, her alleged killer was executed by lethal injection. But the crime scene evidence never underwent DNA testing, leading lawyers from the Innocence Project to wonder whether police had the wrong suspect all along.

  • Opioid Crisis Cost U.S. Economy at Least $631B: Study
    by Crime and Justice News on October 18, 2019 at 11:00 am

    The Society of Actuaries found that the epidemic’s biggest costs stemmed from the unrealized earnings of those killed by the highly addictive painkillers and health care expenditures during the four-year study period ending in 2018.

  • Mexican Migrants Surge Despite Border Crackdown
    by Crime and Justice News on October 18, 2019 at 10:50 am

    In recent weeks, thousands of Mexican adults and children have been camping out in queues at U.S. border crossings, sleeping in tents while awaiting a chance to apply for safe refuge.

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