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Jordan Smith is an award-winning investigative journalist covering criminal justice and women's health – and hopes the two areas never overlap.

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Priscilla Owen finds her inner liberal in an opinion defending free speech.

News Feature, Jul. 11, 2003

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Gov. Rick Perry fights disclosure of clemency memos -- a battle already waged, and lost, by then-Gov. Bush.

News Feature, Jul. 11, 2003

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Staha Changes His Story

News Feature, Jul. 4, 2003

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Keel Brings Back Bad Bills

News Feature, Jul. 4, 2003

Did APD Review Panel Fumble Sexual Misconduct Complaint?

The Police Monitor's panel seemingly misses the point of the Lucy Neyens case.

News Feature, Jun. 27, 2003

Will RAVE Act Stomp Out Drugs -- Or Dissent?

Drug reformers plan to sue to overturn a new federal law they say was used to stifle their criticism of government policy.

News Feature, Jun. 20, 2003

APD Faulted in Hit-and-Run

News Feature, Jun. 20, 2003

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Songs of Freedom in Tulia

News Feature, Jun. 20, 2003

McTear Admits Murder, Gets Maximum Sentence

Ortralla Mosley's killer gets the maximum sentence.

News Feature, Jun. 13, 2003

APD Dispatcher Drug Bust

News Feature, Jun. 13, 2003

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Unions Slam Police, Fire Cuts

News Feature, Jun. 13, 2003

Is Texas High Court Contaminated by Toxic Campaign Cash?

Weekley family activism leaves a plaintiff worried about her chances for justice at the Supreme Court.

News Feature, Jun. 6, 2003

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Springsteen Appeal at CCA

News Feature, Jun. 6, 2003

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Katz Case: The Other Side

News Feature, Jun. 6, 2003

Farmers Deal OK -- For Now

News Feature, May. 30, 2003

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No Adult Trial for McTear

News Feature, May. 30, 2003

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Yogurt Shop Goes to CCA

News Feature, May. 30, 2003

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Weed Watch

News Feature, May. 30, 2003

Ten Years Later, Police Misconduct Case Goes Public

Austin's police-review panel hears Lucy Neyens' allegations of "official oppression" against Detective Howard Staha.

News Feature, May. 23, 2003

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Senate OKs Parole Reform

News Feature, May. 23, 2003

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After Tulia: State, Feds Act

News Feature, May. 23, 2003

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AISD Drug Search Illegal

News Feature, May. 23, 2003

A Shining Star Goes Dark

A tragedy at Reagan High School evokes a mother's courageous response.

News Feature, May. 16, 2003

The Discipline of Numbers

The Austin ISD crime and disciplinary statistics give a partial but confusing picture.

News Feature, May. 16, 2003

Unfinished Business at APD?

A Monday public hearing will review a woman's "official oppression"

News Feature, May. 16, 2003

Try Rehab: It's Cheaper

News Feature, May. 16, 2003

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Enlow Case Over -- Or Is It?

News Feature, May. 9, 2003

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Misbehavin' in Kyle Schools

News Feature, May. 2, 2003

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Supremes Take Banks Case

News Feature, Apr. 25, 2003

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Mala Sangre Suit Barrels On

News Feature, Apr. 25, 2003

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AISD's Reagan Safety Probe

News Feature, Apr. 25, 2003

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Mental Health Going to Jail

News Feature, Apr. 25, 2003

Lege Ponders "Jails 'R' Us"

Lege proposals to privatize jails may not be the cost-cutter supporters claim.

News Feature, Apr. 18, 2003

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Lege Takes Up Pot Smoking

News Feature, Apr. 18, 2003

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Keel Does McCarthy

News Feature, Apr. 18, 2003

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Weed Watch

News Feature, Apr. 18, 2003

Criminal Justice: Innocence Is No Defense

There are several dozen criminal justice reforms under consideration, and a handful might actually be enacted.

News Feature, Apr. 11, 2003

After Mosley Murder, Tough Questions About AISD Campus Violence

The stabbing of a Reagan High student is a symptom of a much larger problem, say community leaders

News Feature, Apr. 11, 2003

Please Don't Eat the Hemp

News Feature, Apr. 11, 2003

Mental Health Care Meltdown: Is There Room for Hope?

Austin police and mental health advocates make recommendations for patching Travis County's tattered safety net.

News Feature, Apr. 4, 2003

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