House Bill 4 would turn local police into border enforcers—with new unchecked power.
Cheryl Wattley helped free Richard Miles, who spent more than a decade in prison for a murder he didn’t commit.
Texas is already expelling more at-risk students and the Texas Legislature may make things worse.
Attorney Jeff Blackburn, a crusader for the innocent, fought injustices across Texas in his improbable, utterly original, and often profane life.
Fort Worth spends six times more on criminal justice than community services.
An El Paso Democrat wants to close the “dead suspect loophole” that’s helped gut Texas’ once-distinguished open records law.
Alongside diligent media members, and despite local divisions, these families aren’t letting Texas move on from the Robb Elementary School tragedy.
Once dubbed the worst in the country, Houston Forensic Science Center is setting a new standard for criminal investigations.
Some 500 protesters withstood the brutal heat to demand justice for those lost in the May 24 school massacre.
In 2018, Austin created the Office of Police Oversight to try to increase police accountability. But has it really worked?