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 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.
All of the rain and three overflowing area lakes caused the Trinity River to rise to levels not seen in years.
CBS-11 analyst John Weekley says Mr. Perry will need to do four things.
As expected Thursday, former Texas Governor Rick Perry announced that he is making another run for the White House.
Hillary Clinton is bringing her campaign to North Texas to raise money for her Presidential campaign. The Wednesday evening event is being held at the home of Frank and Debbie Branson.
Southwest Wholesale Nursery owner has no insurance, but says premiums would have cost him more over the years than what he’s lost.
Coppell firefighter escorted residents of an apartment complex on boats so they could retrieve what they need from their flooded units.
Lake Ray Roberts is at more than 644 feet, more than a foot higher than Thursday, and 12 feet above full.
Jay Seffern has watched Lake Lewisville swallow his backyard and creep up to his patio’s steps.