Attorney Karen Newirth is with the Innocence Project. It works to exonerate wrongfully convicted people through DNA testing and reforming the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice. She talks about the Troy Davis case and the justice system.
FEMA External Affairs Coordinator Phil Wernisch talks about the closing of the last of the Disaster Recovery Centers in North Sioux City. He addresses what people should do once the center is closed.
Robert Kelley Schneiders is an author with expertise on the history and current status of the Missouri River. Tomorrow night at Briar Cliff University, he is giving a speech called "Lessons from the 2011 Flood." He talks about the speech and what can be learned from this natural disaster.
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