360-degree View: Ramarley Graham’s House

NYPD Police Officer Richard Haste fatally shot 18-year-old Ramarley Graham in 2012. Take a look inside the Bronx building where it happened as reporter Zach Williams explains the importance of certain building features for the case against Haste.

Change Matters

Denny Chow doesn't sell drugs anymore; he is a changed man. The son of Chinese immigrants, Denny Chow left prison in the fall of 2015 after serving several years for robbery.

Trusting the Process

In 2010, reformed drug dealer Thomas Cotton created the faith-based nonprofit Redemption and Advancement Alliance to encourage men and women to lead healthy, constructive lives free of crime and negativity.

Righting the Wrong: Michael Johnson

On probation by 14 and in prison by 19, 34-year-old Michael Johnson grew up around people who were dismissive of his hopes for a better future, and his history certainly dimmed his work prospects.

Righting the Wrong: Rontorius Russaw

Incarcerated for burglary and grand theft auto as a teenager, Rontorius Russaw, 23, struggled to trust people until he found a mentor through the nonprofit Redemption & Advancement Alliance.

Righting the Wrong: Denny Chow

"The worst thing about prison is accepting it ... You still have this sense of hope that: 'Hey, [being in prison] is a dream; this is not real. There is no way that I am in prison right now,'" said Denny Chow. He remembers coming to terms with his inmate status after being sent to prison for robbery at age 23.

Naloxone in Georgia

Naloxone, a medicine used to stop the effects of an opioid overdose, can be easily applied via a squirt through the nose or a shot to the arm.