Explosion Victims and their Families Still Waiting for Answers and Resolution

POTTSTOWN, PA – Nearly two years have passed since a devastating explosion rocked the neighborhood of Chicken Hill, resulting in the tragic deaths of five individuals and leaving two others severely injured. The blast took the lives of Francine White, 67, Alan Wood, 13, Jeremiah White, 12, Nehemiah White, 10, and Tristan White, 8, and … Read more

Florida Governor and Attorney General Recognize January as Human Trafficking Prevention Month with Cabinet Resolution

Tallahassee, Fla. — Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody and Governor Ron DeSantis, along with all members of the Florida Cabinet, have recognized January as Human Trafficking Prevention Month in the state. The resolution aims to address the issue of human trafficking, which affects an estimated 27.6 million victims worldwide, according to the U.S. Department of … Read more

Justice Delayed: Charlotte Families Wait Years for Resolution in Murder Cases

Charlotte, North Carolina – Families of murder victims in Charlotte are facing years of waiting for justice as cases are backlogged in the system. Many families are frustrated and exhausted with the slow process, feeling as though they’ve been forgotten by the justice system. The backlog of cases is causing immense pain and suffering for … Read more