Subject:

Dora Schriro

  • News

    February 18, 2004

    Where's Dora?

    Former St. Louis corrections chief Dora Schriro has moved on to a more high-profile controversy

  • News

    October 15, 2003

    Dying to Get Out

    Some inmates tell horror stories about healthcare at the women's prison in Vandalia. Some didn't live to tell their tales.

  • News

    October 8, 2003

    The Case of the Vanishing Videotape

    A workhouse inmate claims he was wrongly beaten, and city officials scramble to get their stories straight

  • Best of St. Louis

    September 24, 2003
  • News

    December 25, 2002

    Behind Closed Doors

    Once open to the world, Missouri's death row is now secret

  • News

    August 7, 2002

    Zen and the Art of Evasion

    An alleged rape points to big workhouse problems

  • News

    March 20, 2002

    Songs of Shame

    Slay and Rigali arias soured by lack of decisive action and bully-boy politics

  • News

    March 6, 2002

    Getting What You Pay For

    Blame for problems at the workhouse goes all the way to the top

  • News

    February 20, 2002

    Empty Promises

    Missouri has been pouring millions into prisons that aren't being used. But stay tuned: If politicians have their way, there will be plenty of inmates to go around.

  • News

    January 23, 2002

    Solitary Man

    Lifer Bill Herron knew exactly how to get out of jail -- until 16 years ago, when the Missouri Department of Corrections locked him in solitary

  • News

    December 5, 2001

    Hard of Hearing

    The city was slow in adopting a jail-suicide expert's advice

  • News

    November 7, 2001

    Unlucky Seven

    Faced with an unprecedented rash of inmate suicides, St. Louis was slow to respond. Now there's a new jailhouse boss in town.

  • News

    August 16, 2000

    Killer Campaign

    When the Benetton clothing company dared to humanize death-row inmates in a $20 million ad campaign, Attorney General Jay Nixon threw a fit. Then he played right into their hands and sued them.

  • News

    July 21, 1999

    COMMUNICATION SHAKEDOWN

    MCI WorldCom and the state are raking in windfall profits from the captive customers in Missouri's prisons

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