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.
CBS-11 News has learned, the head of the civil division in the Tarrant County District Attorney’s office, David Harris, is on leave.
This comes after news last week, the government was looking into whether the airlines are price-fixing.
Police in Dallas are on the scene of a deadly officer-involved shooting.
Tammy Simpson repeatedly became overcome with emotion as she lashed out at former Dallas ISD High School basketball star Johnathan Turner.
The extended drought that Texas was in had weakened the trees. Then, with all the recent rain we had received, the trees became heavy and saturated — and toppled over.
At Addison’s 30th annual Kaboom Town, security is checking through every bag, and limiting the size. They’re expecting 50,000 people to come out to Addison Circle Park.
Garland police say the body of a man found below a bridge near Duck Creek, along Walnut Street at Brookside Drive, showed signs of trauma.
A special prosecutor says Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton faces first degree felony charges for securities fraud.
A little-known consultant in the public corruption case against Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price went from co-defendant to government witness, who will soon tell a jury everything he knows.
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.