joined The Texas Tribune in 2014 shortly after graduating from UNC Chapel Hill where she studied both multimedia journalism and political science. Before moving to Texas, Annie interned at The Washington Post on their graphics team. She is now a proud member of the Tribune’s interactive data & visuals team where she develops interactives, analyzes datasets and creates graphics.
In the 30 years since Christine Morton was murdered, her husband Michael Morton has been wrongfully convicted of killing her and fought for sweeping changes to state law. Look back at his case and the developments since his release.
We've updated the Tribune's Government Salaries Explorer with fresh data for the University of Texas at Arlington, the University of Texas at El Paso and Tarrant County. We've also added Bexar County to the Salaries Explorer.
The number of Texas students with non-medical exemptions to school immunization laws has soared statewide in the last decade. How does your school district fare? Check out our handy search tool to find out.
The number of drug-induced abortions in Texas plummeted in the first full year after the state's strict 2013 abortion law took effect, according to statistics released Thursday by the Texas Department of State Health Services.
by Alexa Ura, Ryan Murphy, Annie Daniel and Lindsay Carbonell
Though the Supreme Court on Monday handed Texas abortion providers a major victory by striking down the state’s most stringent abortion restrictions, House Bill 2 leaves behind a trail of shuttered clinics. Take a look.
We've updated the Tribune's Government Salaries Explorer with new data for The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Katy ISD and Midwestern State University. College Station ISD and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center are new additions.
Big Texas cities continue to add the greatest number of people, but the action is in the suburbs when it comes to rates of growth. Led by Georgetown, Texas has four of the nation's 10 fastest-growing cities.
by Annie Daniel, Becca Aaronson, Ben Hasson and Julián Aguilar, The Texas Tribune and Neena Satija, The Texas Tribune and Reveal
SpaceX recently achieved a milestone when it successfully landed an unmanned rocket on a floating platform in the Atlantic Ocean. Revisit our interactive project on the plans for commercial space flight in Texas, including SpaceX’s controversial facility in the southernmost part of the state.
We've updated our Government Salaries Explorer with fresh data for employees on the state of Texas payroll and employees at the University of Texas of the Permian Basin. The Dallas County Community College District is a new addition to the explorer.
Use our "Ballpark Figures" app to look at revenues and expenses for the eight public Texas universities that play in the Football Bowl Subdivision. You can also compare schools to see how they stack up against one another.
Hillary Clinton ran for president in a Texas Democratic primary in 2008, winning most of the counties in the state. Eight years later, she did it again. We’ve mapped the results to show where she was consistently strong and weak.
Our Texas Public Schools Explorer includes even more data. You can now see figures related to the highest degree held by teachers, as well as the ethnic breakdowns of teachers at the state, district and campus levels.
Revisit our new-and-improved Texas Public Schools Explorer, which lets you easily find graduation rates, test scores and more for all of the 1,219 school districts and 8,646 public school campuses in Texas.