Jack covers politics for KTVT-TV CBS 11 and has been with the station since September 2003.
This year, he has interviewed Democrat Bernie Sanders and Republicans Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, as well as Gov. Greg Abbott.
In addition to politics, Jack loves investigative reporting and has also covered numerous hurricanes and tornado outbreaks.
Jack has won an EMMY for his investigative report on DFW Airport spending, and Texas Associated Press awards for his stories about the previous indictments against former Gov. Rick Perry, his coverage of the federal courts in Dallas, and his weather coverage.
Before moving to North Texas, Jack reported for television stations in Orlando, Southern California, Fort Myers-Naples and Utica, New York.
He began his journalism career in Syracuse, where he was an anchor and reporter at WHEN-AM.
Jack has been happily married for 22 years to Amy, who is a morning news anchor at a local radio station. They are the proud parents of two daughters.
Jack and Amy both graduated from the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. While they still bleed Orange, they love Texas and are happy to call it home.
In a statement, Gov. Greg Abbott said, “As Governor, I will continue to prioritize the safety of all Texans and urge the federal government to overhaul this severely broken system.”
The State of Texas has formally withdrawn from the federal government’s refugee resettlement program.
The International Air Transport Association says there were nearly 11-thousand air rage incidents worldwide last year. That’s 1500-hundred cases more than in 2014.
The building dates back to 1903, when the Brown Cracker and Candy company opened its factory and people got around in a horse and wagon.
Among those in the debate hall audience, Dallas Mavericks owner and Clinton supporter Mark Cuban.
After working without a new contract for four years, nearly 300 Southwest Airlines mechanics say they’ve had enough.
But regardless of what the Supreme Court decides, it won’t impact this November’s election.
Texas is warning the federal government it may withdraw from the Refugee Resettlement Program.
Officials with the State of Texas sent a letter to the Office of Refugee Resettlement, saying that the Lone Star State intends to withdraw from the federal program if the state’s proposed plan is not approved by the end of the month.
A report that the former president would choose Democrat Hillary Clinton over Republican Trump is turning some heads, but not all.
Jammie Kelley believes the Prostitute Diversion Initiative helped turn her life around.
On September 9, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission sent agencies a letter explaining that federal money estimated at $30 million, provided for newly arrived refugees under the Refugee Cash and Medical Assistance Program may be in jeopardy.