Maribel Molina

Online content producer

Maribel Molina is an online content producer for the Austin American-Statesman. She joined the team as a full-time staffer in June 2015. Previously, she worked at the Houston Chronicle as a web producer for news and features. She interned for the Statesman in the summer of 2013 and continued as a contractor while in school. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2014. 

Latest from Maribel Molina

8 places where you can go bowling in Austin
 Whether you need bumpers or are good at striking out, bowling with buddies always equals a good time. Bowling alleys around the Austin area range from kid-friendly venues with additional activities to more adult-oriented bars that just so happen to have lanes. Here’s where to get your Big Lebowski on (White Russian not included): Union...

Posted: 21 minutes ago

Whether you need bumpers or are good at striking out, bowling with buddies always equals a good time. Bowling alleys around the Austin area range from kid-friendly venues with additional activities to more adult-oriented bars that just so happen to have lanes. Here’s where to get your Big Lebowski on (White Russian not included): Union...
Where to go bowling in Austin
 Whether you need bumpers or are good at striking out, bowling with buddies always equals a good time. Bowling alleys around the the Austin area range from kid-friendly venues with additional activities to more adult-oriented bars that just so happen to have lanes. Here’s where to get your Big Lebowski on (White Russian not included)...

Posted: 4 days ago

Whether you need bumpers or are good at striking out, bowling with buddies always equals a good time. Bowling alleys around the the Austin area range from kid-friendly venues with additional activities to more adult-oriented bars that just so happen to have lanes. Here’s where to get your Big Lebowski on (White Russian not included)...
Meridian School named best high school in Texas
 There’s a new top high school in Texas — and it happens to be in Round Rock. Meridian School, a charter school on Interstate 35, just north of Old Settlers Boulevard, has been named the top high school in Texas by U.S. News & World Report. The school landed at No. 6 on the annual national ranking. The study notes how Meridian...

Posted: 5 days ago

There’s a new top high school in Texas — and it happens to be in Round Rock. Meridian School, a charter school on Interstate 35, just north of Old Settlers Boulevard, has been named the top high school in Texas by U.S. News & World Report. The school landed at No. 6 on the annual national ranking. The study notes how Meridian...
Watch: Man rescues deer stuck in Texas lake
 Video of a deer getting rescued from a Texas lake has gone viral since a local sheriff’s office posted the clip on Facebook.   On Sunday, Montgomery County Constable deputies responded to a call about a deer struggling to swim to dry land. A local resident then jumped into the lake with a flotation device and eventually got...

Posted: 11 days ago

Video of a deer getting rescued from a Texas lake has gone viral since a local sheriff’s office posted the clip on Facebook.   On Sunday, Montgomery County Constable deputies responded to a call about a deer struggling to swim to dry land. A local resident then jumped into the lake with a flotation device and eventually got...
Round Rock school beats out LASA in U.S. News’ national ranking
 There’s a new top school in Central Texas.  Meridian School, a public charter school in Round Rock, has been named the top high school in Texas by U.S. News & World Report. The school landed at No. 6 on the annual national ranking. The Liberal Arts and Science Academy, previously the top local school, retained the...

Posted: 11 days ago

There’s a new top school in Central Texas.  Meridian School, a public charter school in Round Rock, has been named the top high school in Texas by U.S. News & World Report. The school landed at No. 6 on the annual national ranking. The Liberal Arts and Science Academy, previously the top local school, retained the...
Crossing the stage this spring? Send us your best graduation photos
 You did it! Whether you completed high school or finally got that sweet, sweet Ph.D., graduating school is a big accomplishment. So we want to hear your story!  Send us your best graduation photos in your regalia to readerphotos@statesman.com.  Show us your stoles, cords, medals and of course, that classic cap and gown. The...

Posted: 13 days ago

You did it! Whether you completed high school or finally got that sweet, sweet Ph.D., graduating school is a big accomplishment. So we want to hear your story!  Send us your best graduation photos in your regalia to readerphotos@statesman.com.  Show us your stoles, cords, medals and of course, that classic cap and gown. The...
A Texas woman won $1.2 million after betting on the Kentucky Derby
 One Texan became a millionaire after her big bet on the Kentucky Derby.  According to the Retama Park Race Track northeast of San Antonio, a woman’s $18 bet at the track earned her $1.2 million. In another Facebook post, the race track added that the winner had made a “pick 5” bet in which she picked the top five finishers...

Posted: 14 days ago

One Texan became a millionaire after her big bet on the Kentucky Derby.  According to the Retama Park Race Track northeast of San Antonio, a woman’s $18 bet at the track earned her $1.2 million. In another Facebook post, the race track added that the winner had made a “pick 5” bet in which she picked the top five finishers...