Julian Gill is a reporter for the Houston Chronicle. He joined the Chronicle in 2018 after two years at the Denton Record-Chronicle, where he covered police and county government. He graduated from the University of North Texas. A San Antonio native, he is a die-hard Spurs fan and avid runner.
Texas Associated Press Managing Editors 2018 (Class 1A)
Texas Associated Press Managing Editors 2017 (Class 1A)
Denton County Friends of the Family Awards 2018
A young dad clings to his only hope after a destructive COVID infection. It comes with a heavy price.
Texas' abortion laws led to 3-day delay for Houston woman's pregnancy loss treatment, doctor says
A Houston mother's terrible choice: deliver Theodora and watch her die or terminate her pregnancy
Elizabeth Weller’s story illustrates the collision between medical ethics and legal ramifications that healthcare professionals and institutions face when termination is a medically appropriate option. Now dealing with a high-risk pregnancy, she and James processed their tragedy in a state of limbo, from which their only escape was a flight out of Texas or signs of an infection.
Residents of unregulated boarding homes suffer abuse and neglect. New Texas laws may protect them.
Even as officials begin requiring permits for boarding homes in formerly unregulated parts of Harris County, existing standards are not enough to stop some operators from taking advantage of the area’s most vulnerable residents, lawmakers say.
‘Trying to be superwoman’: Houston single mothers face brunt of pandemic’s impact
An estimated 15 million mothers without partners in the United States will be most severely affected by the economic downturn, which has battered industries that employ higher concentrations of women, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Stay-at-home restrictions have left these mothers balancing on an already fragile tightrope, crippling childcare and school routines that previously supported their busy schedule.