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Ever hear something about Texas politics or public policy and wonder what it is? Ask Texplainer.
Starting next month, we'll offer daily afternoon email blasts on the scuttlebutt in the Capitol to subscribers of Texas Weekly, our paid newsletter for insiders. Need another incentive to subscribe? We'll throw in a digital subscription to The Washington Post.
Today's story on Death Row inmate Scott Panetti's impending execution marks the beginning of a new content partnership with The Marshall Project, a hard-hitting criminal justice policy start-up.
We're pleased to announce that we've hired our first Washington, D.C., bureau chief: Roll Call political correspondent (and seventh-generation Texan) Abby Livingston.
This week we kick off our fall membership drive, and the argument for supporting us couldn't be clearer: It's about all we've accomplished over the last five years — and the amazing things we have planned for the next five.
The four-year collaboration between The Texas Tribune and The New York Times will come to an end at the conclusion of the calendar year — a casualty of the challenging economic times that continue to bedevil the media industry.
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.