was a reporting fellow for The Texas Tribune in 2015-16. A Plan II and history major at the University of Texas at Austin, Jordan previously interned at KUT News and the Supreme Court of the United States. She spent five semesters in the dimly lit basement offices of The Daily Texan, including one semester serving as managing editor.
As the battle for control of the Travis County GOP heats up, and its newly elected chair writes increasingly raunchy tweets at a breakneck speed, Gov. Greg Abbott has stepped into the fray to condemn his fellow Republican Full Story
Members of the Travis County GOP are split about their feelings toward controversial incoming chairman Robert Morrow — some are pledging mutiny, while others embrace him as an agent of change. Full Story
The newly elected chair of the Republican Party in the county that includes the Texas Capitol spent most of election night tweeting about former Gov. Rick Perry’s sexual orientation and former President Bill Clinton’s penis. Full Story
Lawyers arguing in front of the Texas Supreme Court next year likely won’t need to memorize any new faces. All three Republican incumbents running for reelection are winning their primary races. Full Story
Acknowledging that survivors of sexual violence often behave differently than victims of other crimes, researchers at UT Austin released an expansive report Monday the UT System will use to train hundreds of officers who handle campus sexual assault. Full Story
Former President Bill Clinton made the closing pitch to Texas voters on his wife’s behalf Monday, making stops in Houston, Fort Worth and San Antonio in the final hours before Super Tuesday. Full Story
One week after an Austin police officer shot and killed an unarmed, black 17-year-old, two San Antonio tourists filed a federal excessive force lawsuit against several Austin Police Department officers. Full Story