Florida lawmakers are being asked to use the winter months to swiftly install air conditioning in prison housing units before the return of scorching summer temperatures.
Eighteen incarcerated students will become college graduates Tuesday at Everglades Correctional Institution in South Florida.
According to a new report called "Too Many Closed Doors" from the Sentencing Project, about five times more than the annual point-in-time counts reveal.
The Florida Department of Corrections now bans people in prison from receiving traditional mail
Corey Miller has begun a hunger strike in hopes of bringing awareness to the injustice and medical neglect that he and other inmates face
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