Small changes in voting rules for something as simple as an envelope can keep legitimate votes from being counted. That's the takeaway from Newsy's investigation into what happened with a surge of rejected ballots in Texas.
Newsy Investigates: Surge Of Rejected Ballots In Texas
A cautionary tale from Texas: Even the smallest changes in election laws this year can block thousands of legitimate votes.
The race to save abducted Ukrainian teen, a pawn of Russian propaganda
Scripps News' Jason Bellini gives an update to the story of a Ukrainian orphan, Denis, whom we've been tracking for more than a year.
When tornadoes strike, warning sirens often stay silent
A Scripps News investigation finds many of the sirens that warn of tornado risks and other disasters are dangerously outdated.
Records missing, phones out: Flint water crisis not over
Nine years later, Scripps News Investigates found residents still waiting for the city to remove corroded pipes leaching lead into the drinking water.
Human Rights Campaign declares state of emergency for LGBTQ+ community
Officials with the group say lawmakers and business leaders need to fight for LGBTQ+ rights the same way they have for abortion rights.
White House trumpets $2.6B plan to protect costal communities
The Biden administration announced a list of funding allocations as part of the Inflation Reduction Act to help marine areas.
Is Oklahoma's taxpayer-funded Catholic school constitutional?
Supporters and opponents of the nation's first taxpayer-funded Catholic school weigh in on an Oklahoma school board's vote to approve it.