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Ever hear something about Texas politics or public policy and wonder what it is? Ask Texplainer.
At this weekend's Online Journalism Awards ceremony in Chicago, the Tribune was honored in a big way — twice — for reporting projects in and around the 83rd legislative session.
We'll soon have a new managing editor, a new news editor, a new demographics reporter and a new night editor — maybe you?
Colin McDonald is traveling the length of the Rio Grande — on foot and kayak — to document its ongoing disappearing act. We're excited to follow McDonald on this voyage and to support this unique journalistic endeavor.
We've emphasized accountability journalism since the day our doors opened nearly five years ago. With our new TribInvestigates site, we're pulling together our in-depth watchdog reporting in a single place.
We're excited to report that The Texas Tribune has won two national Edward R. Murrow Awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association.
We're excited today to introduce you to TribTalk — a digital forum for dialogue and debate about issues of the the day. Think of it as an op-ed page for the 21st century.
On this last day of our spring membership drive, give us what we need for maximum speed heading into the 2014 general election and the 2015 legislative session.
Why should you support the Trib with a generous gift this week? Because an informed, educated, engaged state is a better state — and our journalism, data and events are the way there.