We likely will argue the merits of the death penalty until the end of time.
Ask if we ever did anything requiring forgiveness or a second chance, and most of us — this writer included — would have to raise our hands. Just ask my wife, my mother or anyone else with whom I've been close.
ROCKVILLE, Ind. | On Monday, region native Bill Pelke celebrated the release of one of his grandmother's killers from prison.
The Times spoke with Paula Cooper in July 2012 as the final year of her sentence began.
HAMMOND | As part of their own Lenten journey, students and staff at Bishop Noll Institute heard the emotional and inspiring stories of two members from Journey of Hope during a recent visit.
Paula Cooper was sentenced to death for the murder of an elderly Bible school teacher in the 1980s. The state Supreme Court commuted her sentence to 60 years in prison, and now she shares her story and hopes for the future with The Times as the final year of her sentence winds down.
ROCKVILLE, Ind. | Paula Cooper mixed no-bake cookies, creating balls of sweet coconut and baking cocoa the size of a fist.
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