The number of Texas students with non-medical exemptions to school immunization laws has soared statewide in the last decade. How does your school district fare? Check out our handy search tool to find out.
State lawmakers' 2013 abortion regulations — an effort to circumvent what was spelled out over time by the U.S. Supreme Court — would have been easier to defend with some evidence. But that wasn’t part of the sales pitch.
Throughout May, the Tribune partnered with the Mental Health Channel and KLRU on a series looking at mental health policy issues and some of Texas’ biggest challenges in providing care. Use this page to catch up on our coverage.
Texas lawmakers tout recent improvements to the state’s mental health safety net, citing new funding and program expansions. But the state still struggles to provide psychiatric care for all patients who need it.
On this week's TribCast — Emily's first back at the helm — she talks to Ross, Morgan and Terri about Sid Miller's ethics challenges, Ken Paxton's legal woes and Greg Abbott's challenges fixing the state's child welfare system.