Monthly Archives: July 2014

Deadliners Digest: 7/30/2014

STORIES AND MORE
King Ranch at the heart of a Texas-sized political scandal in Florida
Christopher Hooks
Texas Observer

Jim Allison’s pioneering spirit is pure Texan — and his cancer drug is a global breakthrough
Jenny Blair
Alcalde

Honey, I shrunk the windmills! To the size of an ant
Lauren Silverman
Kera News

The brief: No law enforcement request for Guard activation
John Reynolds
Texas Tribune

Man arrested after allegedly firing gun in dispute
Olivia Messer
Waco Tribune

Why are dozens of Sikh refugees being detained in an El Paso immigration facility, months after they could have been paroled?
Sonia Smith
Texas Monthly

Greg Abbott: Heterosexual marriage better for Texas
Chuck Lindell
Austin American-Statesman

EVENTS
Edan Lepucki, author of “California”
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
BookPeople

Sound & Cinema screening The Pink Panther
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
The Long Center

JOB LEADS AND MORE
News apps designer/developer
Investigative New Network
Will consider remote applicants

Crime reporter
San Angelo LIVE!
San Angelo

Online editor
Midland Reporter-Telegram
Midland

Deadliners Digest: 7/28/2014

STORIES AND MORE
How military guns make the civilian market
Matt Valentine
The Atlantic

Your health! My pursuit! China’s hospital ship propaganda posters
Robert Beckhusen
Medium

Future of state economic incentive programs up for debate
Lauren McGaughy
Houston Chronicle

Does it matter how a condemned man dies?
Alex Hannaford
GQ British

When it’s time for senior care, search our database for help
Beth Cortez-Neavel
Austin American-Statesman

The Department of Homeland Security needs its own Edward Snowden
Aaron Sankin
Daily Dot

EVENTS
Learn how to analyze and visualize data using Tableau Public
Monday, July 28, 2014
Austin American-Statesman

JOB LEADS AND MORE
Reporter who loves data
Center for Investigative Reporting
California

Investigative reporters
Center for Investigative Reporting
California

Freelance reporters
Austin Monitor
Austin