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.
Republicans and Democrats differ on how to respond to the terror attacks.
Dallas County district judge Ernie White doubled the bond for Farmers Branch police officer Ken Johnson from $150,000 to $300,000.
The police department said Friday Pearce remains in critical condition.
Marcy McIver fought back tears as she spoke about her son, 20-year-old Ed McIver Jr. and her husband accused in the shooting of Fort Worth police officer Matt Pearce.
He’s been removed from uniformed patrol and is now on administrative duty pending the investigation.
Gov. Greg Abbott will make the announcement Monday afternoon at the capitol.
“We’re breaking new lines every time there’s a debate now and that was pretty offensive, pretty radical,” says Ben Voth, Director of Debate at SMU.
In the GOP presidential primary, the stakes keep growing as the number of candidates keeps shrinking.
The Republican field of Presidential candidates appears to be shrinking.
Cruz told those interrupting his rally while they have a right to free speech, they don’t have a right to disrupt others.
Ted Cruz rallied more than one thousand supporters during his final campaign blitz through his home state.
In conservative Texas, a large crowd waited hours inside on a sunny Saturday to see the Vermont Senator, a socialist.