Winner’s home confinement is part of the longest sentence ever for leaking material to the press—and her family is seeking clemency.
Black boys, foster care kids, and special ed students were disproportionately suspended, according to a new report from Texans Care for Children.
What happened to the Legislature's two-decade-old attempt to break the cycle of incarceration for low-level felons?
A civil suit calls for Estela Fajardo to be paid between $200,000 and $1 million for alleged mistreatment at the Jack Harwell Detention Center.
Featuring art from many current and former prisoners, Walls Turned Sideways gives visitors a visceral sense of confinement.
"Black holes of inattention" lead to stark gender disparities in the Texas prison system, according to a new report.
Report says rise in incarcerated women hints at disparities in the male-dominated criminal justice system.
How Texas created a new for-profit lock-up, which it really doesn't want you to call a "prison."
Critics say Texas’ five remaining juvenile prisons not only fail to rehabilitate young people but “actually make them worse.”
The Women’s Storybook Project of Texas is an Austin nonprofit that encourages incarcerated mothers to read to their children.