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​Uvalde Police Will Face More Active Shooter Training as Part of $2 Million Settlement Between City and Families

Attorneys for the families have also filed a lawsuit against the Texas Department of Public Safety, the principal of Robb Elementary School and the district’s former police chief. More suits could be coming by a Friday deadline.

Texas Appeals Court Orders Dismissal of Lawsuit Against ProPublica, Texas Tribune

An appeals court ruled that MRG Medical filed its lawsuit against the news organizations past the statute of limitations.

“I Refuse to Be Told What to Do”: Facebook Posts Show a Conservative School Board Member Rejecting Extremism

When reporter Jeremy Schwartz first learned of a local Texas activist who ran for school board on a far-right education platform, she seemed to embody the extremist movement he’d covered since 2021. Then her Facebook posts took a surprising turn.

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Former Far-Right Hard-Liner Says Billionaires Are Using School Board Races to Sow Distrust in Public Education

The largesse from billionaires Tim Dunn and brothers Farris and Dan Wilks has made its way into local politics across Texas. Courtney Gore, a Republican school board member in Granbury, says it’s part of their strategy to build support for vouchers.

She Campaigned for a Texas School Board Seat as a GOP Hard-Liner. Now She’s Rejecting Her Party’s Extremism.

Courtney Gore, a Granbury ISD school board member, has disavowed the far-right platform she campaigned on after finding no evidence that students were being indoctrinated by the district’s curriculum. Her defiance has brought her backlash.

“El camino correcto”: desde Venezuela a Juárez y desde Nueva York a Denver, la odisea de una familia en busca de asilo

La familia Pabón se encuentra entre los casi ocho millones de venezolanos que han huido de su país. El documental, “El camino correcto”, sigue a esta familia mientras aplica y navega por el sistema de asilo de Estados Unidos.

Lo que un incendio en un centro de detención en México nos revela sobre la política de inmigración de Estados Unidos.

Hace un año, 40 hombres murieron en un incendio en Ciudad Juárez. Un análisis de ProPublica y The Texas Tribune revela que el incidente fue el resultado previsto y previsible de cambios claves en las políticas fronterizas de EE.UU.

“The Right Way”: From Venezuela to Juárez and New York to Denver, One Family’s Asylum Journey

The Pabón family is among the nearly 8 million Venezuelans who have fled their country. “The Right Way” documentary follows them as they begin a life in the U.S. and journey through an asylum system buckling under record numbers of new arrivals.

Biden Was Warned U.S. Border Policies Made Tragedy Inevitable. Then a Deadly Fire Broke Out.

A year ago, 40 men were killed in one of the deadliest incidents involving immigrants in Mexico’s history. A ProPublica-Texas Tribune examination shows that landmark shifts in U.S. border policies helped sow the seeds of a tragedy.

Texas School Districts Violated a Law Intended to Add Transparency to Local Elections

ProPublica and The Texas Tribune analyzed 35 Texas school districts that held trustee elections last fall and found none that posted all of the required campaign finance records.

Soldiers Charged With Violent Crimes Will Now Face More Scrutiny Before They Can Simply Leave the Army

The change comes after reporting from ProPublica, The Texas Tribune and Military Times revealed that hundreds of soldiers charged with offenses like sexual assault and domestic violence left the Army without facing courts-martial.

Nearly Two Years After Uvalde Massacre, Here Is Where All the Investigations, Personnel Changes Stand

As a grand jury considers whether any law enforcement officers are criminally charged for their inaction during the Robb Elementary shooting, some families say they feel they've been let down and betrayed by elected officials.

New EPA Rule to Slash Cancer-Causing Emissions From Sterilization Facilities

The new rule comes after a 2021 investigation by ProPublica and The Texas Tribune revealed the EPA’s yearslong failure to inform communities of the risks they faced from cancer-causing ethylene oxide emissions.

Check Your State: Here Are the Active Shooter Training Requirements for Schools and Law Enforcement

No states mandate annual active shooter training for police officers, according to an analysis by ProPublica, The Texas Tribune and FRONTLINE. In comparison, at least 37 states require such training in schools, typically on a yearly basis.

Under Ken Paxton, Texas’ Elite Civil Medicaid Fraud Unit Is Falling Apart

After the chief of the attorney general’s Civil Medicaid Fraud Division was forced out last year, two-thirds of attorneys have quit the unit, leaving it at its smallest size since Paxton took office.

DOJ Blasts Law Enforcement’s Uvalde Shooting Response in New Report, Calls for Agencies to Prioritize Training

In a long-awaited report, the Justice Department found widespread failures in the official response to the 2022 shooting. U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland said that had officers followed accepted practices, “lives would have been saved.”

Reports Analyzing the Police Response to a Mass Shooting Can Leave Unanswered Questions — if They’re Released at All

Even if an after-action investigation is released, a lack of national standards leads to wide variability in the detail of information in reports, ProPublica, The Texas Tribune and FRONTLINE found.

Why We’re Publishing Never-Reported Details of the Uvalde School Shooting Before State Investigators

Over a year after the school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, the community still doesn’t know what went wrong. It’s a key reason we’re publishing findings based on a trove of raw materials investigators have yet to release.

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