Originally published on Tue December 17, 2013 11:31 pm
Murders are down in New Orleans this year, bucking a national trend. Still, gun violence remains a problem — and children can't escape it. They're left with scars both physical and emotional.
What happens after the bullets stop flying? How does a child get up after being gunned down?
One boy's story shows the tragedy of gun violence and a community's efforts to heal its victims.
Caught In The Crossfire
Tara McGuiness, with the Center for American Progress Action, talks about recent statistics ranking Louisiana number one for gun violence.
A chat with 2013 LSU Alumnus Of The Year Larry Jones.
Author biographer Tom Folsom on his book, "Hopper: A Journey Into The American Dream", about the late actor Dennis Hopper.
MSNBC commentator Chris Matthews talks about his new book on the life and legacy of John F. Kennedy
Metro Councilman Joel Boe and Jim will discuss violence and crime in Baton Rouge
Audio should be online by 11 am on Wednesday, December 19
David Day's son 15-year-old Caleb was hit when shots were fired during a fight at the Mall of Louisiana in January 2012.