Subject of 2013 Reader series is accused of killing a teenager in October.
With a pardon at stake, two wrongful convictions in a double murder case get the reverse spin.
Andre Davis was sentenced to 80 years for an unforgivable crime. Two decades later, someone finally started taking his innocence claims seriously.
Anthony McKinney, whose innocence petition led to David Protess’s ouster from Medill, dies in prison.
Imprisoning the innocent has cost Illinois taxpayers $214 million — and counting.
Illinois is spending money it doesn’t have to keep convicts who can barely walk behind bars.
IRS decides to stop trying to collect taxes from Darby Tillis in wrongful conviction case