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A father’s two-year search for his missing Marine son leads a state lawmaker to file legislation, requiring police to report to NamUs.

Eva Ruth Moravec of the Texas Justice Initiative speaks with KXAN’s Josh Hinkle and David Barer on custodial deaths.

Texas police agencies file hundreds of custodial death reports late or incomplete, including the case of Herman Titus.

Herman Titus’ mother takes her fight for police transparency before Texas lawmakers, as opponents voice their open records concerns.

Video surfaces of the moments after Herman Titus collapsed in jail. WARNING: This episode depicts death, and listeners may find it disturbing.

We uncover recordings and documents detailing Herman Titus’ severe pain and jailers releasing him from lockdown just days before his death.

Following a car crash, a 21-year-old man dies in a Texas jail, leaving his mother wondering if staff ignored signs of a serious injury.

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Karen Ranus of NAMI-Central Texas speaks with KXAN’s Josh Hinkle and David Barer on inmate mental health.

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