19th Judicial District Court Judge Fred Crifasi in East Baton Rouge is offering offenders a choice during the swift uptick in COVID cases.
Look out for volunteer opportunities, show love on social media, and show up to town halls to sing the praises of public green space.
With millions unemployed due to COVID-19, tech-savvy volunteers are building systems that combine automation with community outreach.
Let the healing begin.
The New Orleans DSA is putting their politics into sweet, sweet praxis.
With the advent of a "whites only" food bank in Scotland, far-right and nationalist groups in Europe are using claims of charity to manipulate their community presence.
Thai authorities want drunk drivers to "feel the pain, so that they may understand and attain a good conscience."
A bit of knowledge will make a big difference when facing the ultimate comedown.
The Klan is trying to participate in an Adopt-a-Highway program in Georgia, and the state is not happy.
The former Italian Prime Minister won't serve his prison sentence despite bribery conviction.
'Everything Here Is a Teaching Moment': College Students Head to Ferguson for Alternative Spring Break
While students across the country get ready to hit the beach, a couple hundred of them have picked an unusual destination for their week off classes, heading to Ferguson, Missouri for an 'alternative' spring break.
Berlusconi Finishes Community Service Early — But Faces Final Chapter in 'Ruby the Heartstealer' Saga
The three-time prime minister was let off the last 45 days of his sentence for good behavior in a move many believe could pave the way for a comeback. But first, he must return to court yet again.