A young teen reporter covers the Ken Paxton impeachment on typewriter, serpents fall from the sky and more dispatches from far-flung Texas.
U.S. journalists are publicly asking the Biden administration to actively support freedom of the press.
A crowdfunded story of furries, journalism and murder: Film programmer-turned-comic book artist Robert Saucedo tells us about his creation.
The historic newspaper strike in Fort Worth raises questions about the future of Texas journalism and puts union members through 24 days of hell.
Following a historic win in Cowtown, NewsGuild workers at papers in Dallas and Austin are still bargaining.
Delaware-based Metric Media has created 56 local news websites across Texas. The company claims to be nonpartisan, but its stories amplify Republican politicians and conservative talking points.
The Valley is now the largest market in the nation without an NPR station.
In her keynote speech at the Observer’s 2019 MOLLY Prize dinner, Rebecca Traister argued that women’s anger has been silenced throughout history — and that daring to speak out is a powerful, subversive act.
It’s not every day you get to read good news in these pages.
Michael Grabell and Howard Berkes will receive the 2018 MOLLY National Journalism Prize for their “Sold for Parts” at a May 17 gala in Austin.