Jolie McCullough Reporter/News Developer

Jolie McCullough develops data interactives and news apps and reports on criminal justice issues for the Texas Tribune.. She came to the Tribune in early 2015 from the Albuquerque Journal, where her work as a web designer and developer earned her national recognition. She was at the Journal for four years and specialized in interactive maps and data-driven special projects. She is a graduate of Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication; while there, she interned as a reporter and online producer at the Arizona Republic and served as the web editor of the student-run newspaper, the State Press.

Recent Contributions

Jeff Wood Never Killed Anyone, But Texas Plans to Execute Him

Mitzie and Danny Wood, parents of Jeff Wood, at a rally last month at the Governor's mansion. Their son, Jeff, awaits his execution, sent to death row under the controversial law of parties statute.
Mitzie and Danny Wood, parents of Jeff Wood, at a rally last month at the Governor's mansion. Their son, Jeff, awaits his execution, sent to death row under the controversial law of parties statute.

Jeff Wood was outside in a pickup when his partner killed a Kerrville convenience store clerk in 1996, but he was sentenced to death under Texas' felony murder statute, commonly known as the law of parties.