Anthony Simon, a case worker at the prison and a representative for the local union, said he had appealed to the management for broader testing. When he comes home from working at the prison or attending to inmates at a local hospital, Simon said, he strips off his clothes, puts them in a bag and showers before even greeting his wife. … [Read more...] about Inside the federal prison where three out of every four inmates have tested positive for coronavirus
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This is the second case of plague reported in New Mexico this year, the state health department said. Bubonic plague was diagnosed in a Santa Fe County man in his 60s, the agency reported July 27. He was recovering at the time at a hospital, the agency said. … [Read more...] about A New Mexico man has died from the state’s second reported case of plague this year
The cost: $18 million. Getting access to quick testing: Priceless. I asked Perry about the thousands of tests that were performed at Camp Quarantine, at a time when testing is woefully inadequate for so much of the country. He said he's aware he is paying top dollar for the privilege of rapid testing while others in need can't afford to pay to get tested easily let alone quickly, but he said that he would halt production if he felt that his testing were interfering with their testing. … [Read more...] about Tyler Perry puts his creativity and financial might to get the cameras rolling again
“Without programs a lot of youth lose that motivation to move forward,” Garcia said. “When I spoke to some of the youth during a virtual presentation I did inside, there were concerns about whether people were thinking of them. They hear about this mass exodus of people being released and they are wondering, ‘Am I a part of that? Am I going home?” … [Read more...] about Coronavirus is spiking in California’s youth prisons. So why isn’t the state letting young prisoners out?
Mike Mowla, an appellate attorney representing Guyger, claimed the charge of murder was unjustified because Guyger believed she was acting in self-defense. The former officer should have faced a charge of negligent homicide, if charged at all, Mowla said, according to FOX 4. … [Read more...] about Amber Guyger, former Dallas cop, files appeal to get murder conviction overturned