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July Is Crime Month: The Crime Blotter, Week 4
A curated guide to unlawful activities around town July 23-31
DAILY Arts  July 23, 2018, by Robert Faires


July Is Crime Month: The Crime Blotter, Week 2
A curated guide to unlawful activities around town July 9-15
DAILY Arts  July 9, 2018, by Robert Faires


Austin’s Sisters in Crime Prefer Their Ink Mixed With a Little Blood
Murders, they write
Arts Story  July 5, 2018, by Wayne Alan Brenner


Recommended True Crime Podcasts
Fill your auditory canals with nefarious activities
Arts Story  July 26, 2018, by Robert Faires


Sherry Thomas Is Our Lady of Crime Solving
The game's afoot in a very different way in the Lady Sherlock series by Austinite Sherry Thomas
Arts Story  July 12, 2018, by Rosalind Faires


Signs of Optimism at Troubled Crime Lab
Continued efforts aim to right past wrongdoings at the DNA lab
News Story  September 14, 2017, by Sarah Marloff
"...In the forensic unit, Sgt. Kelly Daven­port said, the process of outsourcing new cases remains an imperfect science, but good practice: Once the backlog is depleted (hopefully by 2018's close), "This will be the new normal," she said..."

Snapshot: Project Panic
To celebrate the Chronicle’s July Crime Month, staff go sleuthing at Austin Panic Room’s newest escape game
Arts Column  July 5, 2018, by David Brendan Hall


The Undertaker's Daughter by Sara Blaedel
Denmark's Sara Blaedel brings the mystery Stateside with a Danish woman who must deal with both a funeral home she's inherited in Wisconsin and a local murder
Arts Review  July 19, 2018, by Elizabeth Cobbe


Into the Black Nowhere by Meg Gardiner
In the sequel to UNSUB, Gardiner pits Caitlin Hendrix against a killer based on Ted Bundy and shows again what a great storyteller she is
Arts Review  July 26, 2018, by Jessi Cape


Hunting the Golden State Killer in I'll Be Gone in the Dark
How Michelle McNamara tracked a killer before her untimely death
Books Review  July 19, 2018, by Jonelle Seitz
"...Joseph James DeAngelo, whose April 2018 arrest came less than two months after the book's publication, was a former police officer living quietly in Sacramento until he was identified as the chief suspect in the string of a dozen gruesome murders and 50 sickening rapes. McNamara, both a spelunker traveling deep within the caverns of the internet and a sociable Los Angeles journalist, was eager to interview anyone who had worked on the case, view decades-cold evidence, learn the history and limitations of DNA testing, and accept as homework the review of 37 boxes of copied police files, storing them in her daughter's playroom..."

Albert Race Sample Relives Texas Prison Life in Racehoss
Surviving 17 years on a prison farm
Books Review  July 19, 2018, by Elizabeth Banicki


Steven Saylor's The Throne of Caesar
Caesar's murder gets a fresh coat of paint in this mystery of ancient Rome
Arts Review  July 12, 2018, by Rosalind Faires


Exposing the Art of the Scam in Lie, Cheat & Steal
Comics Pat Sirois and Kath Barbadaro school you on the grift in their podcast
Arts Story  July 26, 2018, by Robert Faires


Where in the World Is Bunny Lake?
Otto Preminger’s masterful abduction thriller still shocks and intrigues
Screens Story  July 19, 2018, by Marjorie Baumgarten


The Dangerous World of Jean-Paul Belmondo
AFS explores the action star beyond Breathless
Screens Story  July 5, 2018, by Josh Kupecki


Bluebird, Bluebird by Attica Locke
A double murder in an East Texas town draws a black Texas Ranger deep into the shadows of the Piney Woods and the tangled race relations there
Arts Review  July 5, 2018, by Robert Faires


They're Here! Fantastic Fest Wave One Arrives
Overlord, Apostle headline fest opening salvo
DAILY Screens  July 31, 2018, by Richard Whittaker
"...Austin's primo genre film festival, Fantastic Fest, has just opened fire with its first wave of titles for 2018, and it's already bringing the big guns, with the announcement of the world premiere of action-horror Overlord...."

Rape Kit Backlog Reaches Zero
Kits have been sent out for testing, but the wait continues
DAILY News  April 9, 2018, by Sarah Marloff


DPS Troopers Push Undocumented Immigrants Into a Deportation Pipeline
Spike in traffic stops raises concerns about racial profiling, faulty record keeping, and the damage done to families
News Story  June 1, 2017, by Debbie Nathan
"...From 2008 to the end of this year, DPS will have received $1.6 billion to secure the border. The two-year budget for 2018-19 has been approved at $694 million...."

Austin's Paranormal Activity
Four places to check out if you ain't afraid of no ghosts
DAILY Arts  October 10, 2018, by Robert Faires


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