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.
Dallas County Commissioners adopted a resolution in support of immigrants and refugees.
Sen. Cruz says he’s glad that Congress is poised to repeal and replace Obamacare, pass tax reform and eliminate many Obama-era regulations.
While Texas lawmakers debate whether to ban sanctuary cities, Tarrant County’s new sheriff, Bill Waybourn says he wants to do more to help identify those who may be in the U.S. illegally.
Developer Scott Beck used to ride his bicycle to Valley View Mall as a child. Now he’s preparing to bull-doze it.
From the beginning, President Trump has said his order is not a ban on Muslims coming into the U.S. “This is not about religion. This is about terror and keeping our country safe.”
Three former Dallas Mayors and 10 business and civic groups are joining forces to help save the troubled Dallas Police and Fire Pension Fund.
Imam Omar Suleman of Irving says he is still puzzled and angry after receiving a letter and poll from a Republican state lawmaker.
A former member of the Donald Trump transition team casts doubt upon a report that claimed two North Texas rail projects were among the top infrastructure priorities for the new president.
Any changes could have a major impact on the six million public school children here in the Lone Star State.
At a watch party at the Las Colinas Country Club, about 30 members of the Greater Irving Republican Club cheered after Mr. Trump took the Oath of Office, then raised their glasses to offer him a toast.
Republicans in North Texas are celebrating the peaceful transfer of power on Friday morning, after President Trump was officially sworn into office as the 45th leader of the United States.
The Police and Fire Pension Fund could run out of money in five to seven years, not ten years as first projected.