is The Texas Tribune's engagement producer. She forges deeper connections with our readers through our daily newsletter, The Brief; our Facebook community, This Is Your Texas; and our crowd-powered explainer series, Texplainer. Before joining the Tribune, she was an engagement reporter and a community reporter for The Dallas Morning News. Limón is a native Dallasite, and she has a master's degree in journalism from the University of North Texas' Frank W. Mayborn Graduate Institute of Journalism and a bachelor's degree from the Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism.
The Harris Center, a health authority in the Houston area, and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission — which had seen a 500% jump in traffic to its webpages on mental health and substance abuse resources — joined forces and provided the service to callers statewide March 31. Full Story
Texas is one of 17 states with open primaries, which means regardless of which party voters identify with, they can choose from year to year which party’s nominees they’d like to select in a primary election. Full Story