was a reporting fellow at The Texas Tribune in 2016. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, she previously worked as an investigative reporting fellow with News21 – a national reporting project housed out of Arizona State University. She has also interned for the Austin American-Statesman and the Austin bureau of the San Antonio Express-News.
Only 15 voter fraud cases have been prosecuted by the attorney general's office between the 2012 primary election and July. Eleven of those are cases in which “politiqueras” collect and mail ballots for elderly voters. Full Story
David Cruz joined the U.S. Border Patrol because he wanted to be "part of the best." But family pressures, disillusionment, love and greed drove him to begin taking bribes to help immigrants enter the country illegally. Full Story
Former U.S. Border Patrol Agent Raquel Esquivel still wears a government-issue green uniform, but now it's a federal prison jumpsuit. She was convicted in 2009 of helping smugglers sneak loads of marijuana across the border. Full Story