is the CEO and co-founder of The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan digital news organization recently called “one of the nonprofit news sector’s runaway success stories.” The Tribune's deep coverage of Texas politics and public policy can be found at its website, texastribune.org, in newspapers and on TV and radio stations across the state, and in the print and online editions of the Washington Post. Since its launch in 2009, the Tribune has won international acclaim and numerous honors, including nine national Edward R. Murrow Awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association and three general excellence awards from the Online News Association. Previously Evan spent nearly 18 years at Texas Monthly, including eight years as Editor and a year as President and Editor-in-Chief.
At Thursday morning's TribLive conversation, state Rep. Bryan Hughes, R-Mineola, a declared candidate for Speaker of the Texas House, talked about the challenges and opportunities in taking on the current occupant of the job, Joe Straus.
At our Oct. 29 symposium on the future of water at Texas State University, Terrence Henry of NPR's StateImpact Texas talked to Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples, David Langford of the Texas Wildlife Association and Laura Huffman of The Nature Conservancy of Texas.
Our complete election night scoreboard, Aaronson on where things stand with Planned Parenthood, Aguilar on George P. Bush's nascent plans, Galbraith on the strained Texas power market, Grissom on Speaker candidate Bryan Hughes' promises, Murphy on what candidates spent per vote, Ramsey on the experience deficit, Root on Texas Republican might in a good year for Democrats nationally and my post-election debrief with Kirk Watson and Dan Patrick: The best of our best content from Nov. 5 to 9, 2012.
At the Trib's Oct. 29 symposium on the future of water at Texas State University, Kate Galbraith talked to former state Sen. Kip Averitt, R-Waco, Myron Hess of the National Wildlife Federation and Bob Huston of the Environmental Flows Science Advisory Committee.
At the Trib's Oct. 29 symposium at Texas State University on the future of water, I talked with state Rep. Allan Ritter, R-Nederland, who chairs the House Natural Resources Committee, and state Sen. Glenn Hegar, R-Katy, a member of the Senate Natural Resources Committee.
At our Oct. 29 TribLive conversation, I talked with Denise Trauth, the president of Texas State University, about the cost of a college degree, graduation rates, changing student demographics and other issues of the moment in higher education.
At our Hot Seat conversation at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, state Rep. John Otto, R-Dayton, and state Rep. (and likely soon-to-be state Sen.) Charles Schwertner, R-Georgetown, previewed the 83rd Legislative Session.
At this morning's TribLive conversation, before the decision to delay implementation of the new Women's Health Program went public, Health and Human Services Executive Commissioner Kyle Janek talked about what the state plans to do and why.
Aguilar on the latest skirmish between Texas and the world, Batheja on driving 85, Galbraith on why electricity prices could be doubling, Hamilton on slowing college enrollment, Murphy, Chammah, Swartsell and White tally newspaper endorsements, Philpott looks back at a decade of GOP domination, Ramsey on loose talk about Rick Perry's plans, Rocha has the latest on Planned Parenthood's legal fight, Root on slurs and fists flying over Barack Obama in Lubbock and M. Smith reports from the school finance trial: The best of our best content from Oct. 22-26, 2012.