Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Investigative Features And Long-Form Journalism

Pregnant Texans Are Being Charged With Crimes That Don't Exist (RH Reality Check) October 16, 2014 - Will Texas follow Tennessee, and become the next state to hold women liable for their pregnancy outcomes?

An Abortion Access Crisis Behind East Texas' 'Pine Curtain' (RH Reality Check) June 3, 2014 - Shades of deep red in deep east Texas make conversations about abortion that much harder.

A 'Grim Tally': Abusers, Domestic Violence and the Women They Kill (RH Reality Check) September 18, 2013 - More than three women per day are killed by intimate partners in the United States. This is just one of their stories.

Pissed: Dallas Taxpayers Are Funding Cruelty, Cronyism and Incompetence at Dallas Animal Services. (Dallas Observer) January 20, 2011 - How could a shelter manager have allowed a cat to die inside shelter walls?

Missing: Lisa Stone Turned To Facebook To Reunite With Her High School Friends, Then Suddenly Disappeared. (Dallas Observer) November 4, 2010 - Can Facebook help a group of amateur sleuths find out what happened to their best friend?

When Operation Streamline Deters: One Immigrant's Story (Dallas Observer) October 21, 2010 - Border crackdown policy "Operation Streamline" devastates one man and his American family.

Oak Cliff Activists Seek To Redefine Their Community Without Destroying It (Dallas Observer) August 19, 2010 - Goats, bikes and gentrification come together in one of Dallas' struggling neighborhoods.

$30,000 Millionaires: Douchebags In The Mist (Dallas Observer) November 29, 2007 - Venturing into the Dallas jungle in search of the elusive $30,000 millionaire: Is he myth or fact?

Funny Girl (Dallas Observer) May 31, 2007 - Laughter's the best medicine? For aspiring stand-up comedians, it's more like heroin.

Onward, Christian Soldiers (Dallas Observer) December 7, 2006 - Ron Luce's Christian youth movement, "Battle Cry," is a well-oiled Jesus machine.

The Reverend Freak (Dallas Observer) September 21, 2006 - Charismatic pastor Terry Hornbuckle is convicted and sentenced for raping three women in his congregation, though he was accused of raping many, many more. "The Reverend Freak" goes deep into the story to find out why and how the "Bishop" fell from grace.

Family Plot (Dallas Observer) July 15, 2004 - Rick and Suzanna Wamsley were strict with their son. Police say their son paid them back with murder.

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