An Oklahoma death row prisoner, who spent more than 20 years behind bars for a crime he didn't commit, wants to make the most of his second chance.
Last June, DNA evidence exonerated Michael Nolte of a 1986 murder in Caddo County.
Nolte said when he was released, he knew he didn't want to live, in what he calls, "another prison of un-forgiveness," so he moved to Tulsa and has dedicated his life to helping others.
"I want to be a productive member of society and affect the community in a positive way," he said.
Nolte is opening a new health care center in Tulsa that will treat uninsured patients.