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Jolie McCullough

Jolie McCullough reports on Texas criminal justice issues and policy for the Texas Tribune. She came to the Tribune in early 2015 from the Albuquerque Journal, where she worked four years on breaking news and data-driven projects. She is a graduate of Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication; while there, she interned as a reporter and online producer at the Arizona Republic and served as the web editor of the student-run newspaper, the State Press.

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City of Austin Added to Salaries Explorer

The city of Austin is the latest addition to the Tribune's Government Salaries Explorer. Included are salaries for all city employees as well as breakdowns by gender, ethnicity and length of employment. Use our explorer to search this data — and more.

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Blood Lessons: Refining Still a Deadly Industry

How many people die at oil refineries each year? Longstanding federal record-keeping practices make it incredibly tough to answer that simple question. Review the deaths at refineries in the 10 years before and after the infamous Texas City explosion.

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