Former Major at Angola Prison Convicted of Beating a Handcuffed and Shackled Inmate

New Orleans, Louisiana - Daniel Davis, 44, a former major at Louisiana State Penitentiary (LSP) in Angola, Louisiana, was found guilty by a jury Thursday in federal court for his participation in the beating of an inmate who was handcuffed, shackled, and not resisting and for failing to intervene to stop his subordinates from participating in the same beating.

Giving Back To Those Who Serve

Phoenix, Arizona - Arizona last year worked to support military personnel and veterans through suicide prevention efforts, connecting those in need to crucial resources and providing funding for tuition reimbursement for Arizona National Guard members.

Throne fit for a king

Shanghai, China - There’s a solid gold toilet on display in the UK, but a Hong Kong jewelry company recently unveiled its own gold toilet festooned with 40,815 diamonds embedded in its seat, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens. 

Presidential Proclamation on National Impaired Driving and Prevention Month, 2019

Washington, DC - Every day, lives are shattered and lost on our Nation’s roadways as a result of alcohol, drugs, and distracted driving.  The statistics are alarming:  In 2018, impaired driving took more than 10,000 lives in the United States — almost 30 of our fellow Americans each day. 

Open House & Majors Fair provides opportunity to “Build Your Future” at AWC

Yuma, Arizona -  It’s not too late to begin pursuing an education at Arizona Western College.