Jack moved to Dallas after three years at WESH-TV, the NBC affiliate in Orlando. While there, he worked to become the station’s investigative reporter. Among the stories he broke was a series on Orlando firefighters’ claims that the city ignored their serious medical problems to save money. Jack won an Associated Press award and the International Association of Firefighters’ award for those reports.
Before Orlando, Jack won other awards for his reporting at the Orange County Newschannel in Orange County, California, and WINK-TV, the CBS affiliate in Fort Myers, Florida. He began in television news in 1990 as a reporter and anchor for WUTR-TV, the ABC affiliate in Utica, New York.
Jack studied in Spain for a semester as part of a study abroad program. During his senior year, Jack became a radio news anchor and reporter for WHEN-AM in Syracuse.
The federal government says the Kung Fu Saloon has been unfair to some of its customers for years.
The Supreme Court ruled the exchanges set-up by the federal government in states like Texas that didn’t set up their own exchanges are part of the law.
Some Frisco homeowners are concerned about proposed high voltage transmission lines coming into their neighborhood.
There’s still three feet of water covering both the north and southbound lanes of the farm-to-market road.
As heavy rain kept coming down in eastern Collin County, area creeks kept rising. The Josephine Fire Department says their city received eight inches of rain in just four hours Sunday morning. Firefighters rescued 12 people and 28 animals from the high water.
Kathy Coleman says she says flood waters became an unexpected house guest on this Father’s Day… The Lavon resident who lives on Lake Road near SH 78, says it only took 30 minutes for water to fill her front and backyards, then eventually inside the front of her house.
Praba Reddy and her family never thought their backyard pool would go under water — but that was before Denton Creek swallowed it.
The city of Flower Mound has warned homeowners about the rising water, but so far everyone is staying put.
The Trinity River has risen five feet since Monday night; making it more than 35 feet high.
Now that the legislative session has ended, Governor Greg Abbott said he will start his efforts to lure businesses to Texas.
As Tropical Depression Bill and its remnants blow through Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott is sending an urgent message to residents.
Businesses along Lamar Blvd. in downtown Austin are keeping a close watch on Shoal Creek.