Stanley Nelson

Stanley Nelson, Editor of the Concordia Sentinel, talks with Jim about his role in investigating the Civil Rights Cold Case murder of Frank Morris in Ferriday, La in 1964. Also, Baton Rouge Councilwoman C. Denise Marcelle of District 7 stops by the station to discuss a variety of issues concerning our city ranging from the HIV/AIDS rate to the proposed city of St. George and much, much more.

Concordia Sentinel reporter Stanley Nelson discusses his investigations of unsolved racially-tinged murders of the Civil Rights Era in Louisiana.

Robert Travis Scott, President of the Louisiana Public Affairs Research Council (PAR), talks about tHe last week of the 2013 Louisiana Legislative Session.

Melanie Gideon, with UCLA's Operation Mend, an effort to help wounded military men and women with facial reconstructive surgeries.

Concordia Sentinel editor and reporter Stanley Nelson talks about his investigation of unsolved hate crimes allegedly covered up in Louisiana in the 1960's. LSU journalism student Kevin Thibodeaux is helping Nelson with his investigations.

DIG Magazine General Manager and Associate Publisher Chris Brooks drops by to talk about the first-ever "Baton Rouge Restaurant Week", celebrating the Capitol City's many great places to dine.