runs the Tribune’s social media efforts. He also spearheads
"This Is Your Texas: Campus Correspondents," an online community for college students who want to discuss higher education policy and news. A graduate of UT-Austin, Bobby spent his first year out of college at The Dallas Morning News as a reporting fellow, covering Texas politics and breaking news. He got his start in journalism in the poorly lit basement of The Daily Texan, followed by internships at the Houston Chronicle, KUT News and yes, the Tribune. Born and raised in the Houston area, Bobby is a native Texan. He relies on a steady supply of Tex-Mex and Red Bull to survive.
The Texas Tribune is excited to present its first Political Pick'em contest. We've selected 15 competitive Texas primaries and we want you to pick the candidates who you think will get the most votes on election night.
Russian nationals posing as U.S. citizens communicated with someone "affiliated with a Texas-based grassroots organization" during attempts to disrupt the 2016 election, according to a new federal indictment by the U.S. special prosecutor.
This year, Texas lawmakers met for an explosive legislative session that nearly ended in blows, the governor called an ambitious special session, a hurricane ravaged the coast and scandals rocked the state's members of Congress.
Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez announced Wednesday morning she would file to run for Texas governor at the Texas Democratic Party's headquarters in Austin. Watch her make her campaign official and address the press.
After The Washington Post published a report Thursday alleging U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama sought sexual encounters with underage girls decades ago, his would-be colleagues from Texas are facing tough questions.
More than 50 are dead in Las Vegas after a gunman fired on a crowd of music festival attendees outside a resort in Las Vegas, making it the deadliest mass shooting in modern United States history according to the Associated Press.
We are kicking off the 2017 Texas Tribune Festival with a free, open-to-the-public community forum on race and justice. Join MSNBC’s Chris Hayes and Slate’s Jamelle Bouie for a community forum on race and justice at 1 p.m.