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Raising the Bars

by | Mon, Mar 21, 2016 at 9:36 CST
What's next for Texas criminal justice reform?
Military veterans and James Whitehead’s family and friends rallied at the Orange County Courthouse in December 2010 demanding “Justice for James.” by

Shades of Gray in Orange

After a black police officer kills a white war hero, a town begins its murky search for justice.

After a black police officer kills a white war hero, a town begins its murky search for justice. ...Read More

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The Rise (and Fall?) of Michael Quinn Sullivan

The Republican kingmaker has had a bad couple of days in front of the state’s Ethics Commission—but will it stick?

For years, Michael Quinn Sullivan has used his talents to shape Texas politics—but confronted by the Ethics Commission on two fronts, is his power in decline?...Read More

Jeffrey Holliman by

Into the Pines

No one guessed how far Jeffrey Holliman would go to leave his troubles behind.

The East Texas town of Melrose spent months at the mercy of a mysterious break-in artist, before discovering the culprit was one of their own....Read More

Barred Care by

Barred Care

Want treatment for mental illness in Houston? Go to jail.

Want treatment for mental illness in Houston? Go to jail....Read More

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