A judge declared a mistrial this week in the murder trial of Billy Chemirmir, leaving the families of more than 20 victims waiting for answers.
A proposal to end collective bargaining, on the ballot May 1, aims to spur police accountability in Texas’ second-largest city.
The push for an omnibus reform package named after George Floyd underscores how outrage over his death changed local and state policy debates around policing.
The office of constable may have made sense back when Texas was a sprawling frontier. Instead, constables basically now run their own little personal fiefdoms.
Homicide cases are going unsolved in Texas, leaving serial killers to murder again.
After years of failed attempts, Texas lawmakers are again trying to curb petty arrests that disproportionately target people of color.
Eric Fagan, elected during a larger national reckoning on race and law enforcement, will lead an office that has been under fire for racial profiling.
Henderson says policing in the U.S. perpetuates systems of inequality that mirror the nation’s history of colonialism.
An investigation into allegations of racism against a former top cop points to deeper problems of bias and retaliation at the Austin Police Department.
Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar is feuding with his deputies' union in the midst of a bout of scandals.