Prosecutor Forced To Wait Nearly 20 Years For Serial Killer Who Terrorized L.A. To Receive The Correct Punishment
Normally, lawyers and judges trust that justice will always prevail and that the punishment always fits the crime. Occasionally, however, some cases slip through the cracks. In the late 1970s, a ...
When Kenneth Walker emailed his former D.C. high school classmates last November asking for a kidney, he knew it was a stretch.
“It is nearly impossible for me to come to terms with what I must ask of you,” Walker wrote, “and that is your help in finding a kidney donor so that I can have a chance to improve my quality of life.”
Walker made the plea to his fellow Archbishop Carroll High School alumni — most of whom he hasn’t talked to in decades.
Charlie Ball, who now lives in California,...
The chilly spring day finds Irv Naylor whirring around his 150-acre horse farm near Glyndon in his motorized wheelchair, greeting the thoroughbreds and even snuggling at times. “I love it when one of them rests his head on my shoulder,” says Naylor, 83. “If you rub the outside of his jaw, you can...