Thursday Apr 10
NM not planning larger women's prison
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez's administration isn't looking to expand the state women's prison despite requesting proposals from private prison contractors for a facility with up to 850 beds, according to a Corrections Department official.
Thursday Apr 10
World News Report
CCA Announces David Garfinkle to Succeed Todd Mullenger as Chief Financial Officer
Mullenger has decided to step down as CFO, but will remain with the Company for a two-year period to assist in the transition and to assist in various projects.
The Daily News Journal
Abuse survivor offers warnings
At first, Mariolive Landon's husband of 14 months started with emotional abuse, often going into a rage when he was jealous.
Wall St. Cheat Sheet
2 Prison Stocks That Look Good: Corrections Corp, Geo Group
Over the past several years, one of the best investments has been in shares of prison owners and operators.
City man charged with fatally beating student in New Brunswick
A city man was held on $5 million bail Tuesday after being charged with the murder of former Rutgers University student William R. McCaw, 22, of Gallatin, Tenn., authorities said.
Judge: Prison understaffing lawsuit can proceed, even during FBI investigation
A federal judge says he won't put a lawsuit against a major private prison company on hold while the FBI investigates the company for possible criminal fraud charges, the AP reports.
Courthouse News Service
Private Prison Must Provide Information
A state judge ruled Wednesday that the nation's largest private prison company, the Corrections Corporation of America, is a "governmental body" for purposes of the Texas Public Information Act, "and subject to [the] Act's obligations to disclose public information."