Jason came to North Texas after working as a reporter for four years in Orlando, FL. In 2010, he spent several weeks leading WFTV’s coverage of the Gulf oil spill and reported from Alaska on the lingering impact of the Exxon Valdez disaster as part of that coverage.
While in college, Jason interned at WLS in Chicago. He received his bachelor’s degree in communication arts from Trinity Christian College in Palos Heights, Illinois and then began his career as a producer/reporter at Primary Focus. He went on to work as a reporter/anchor at KTWO-TV in Casper, Wyoming and later as a reporter at WBAY-TV in Green Bay, Wisconsin, where he reported on the prison release and subsequent re-arrest of convicted killer Steven Avery.
In 2009, Jason was recognized with a Suncoast EMMY award for exposing discrimination by a boat club operating on public land.
Jason is a native of Southern California. He and his wife, Carli, have two young boys. They’re avid baseball and tennis fans and enjoy getting outside with their dog, a spinone italiano.
Property tax experts said it often happens when someone has made a change in paperwork related to ownership, but in some cases there is no clear reason why the exemptions have disappeared.
The Humane Society of North Texas is trying to find homes for nearly 150 ducks, a group getting bigger by the day.
A stranger’s knock lead to a troubling discovery for one North Texan.
Call police in Fort Worth at 817.335.4222, the non-emergency number people have called for years, and instead of an officer on the line now, you get three piercing tones.
Bell Helicopter says it is working on the problem.
A licensed counselor says she doesn’t see a connection in the string of violence, outside of people possibly ignoring the warning signs.
One day later, reporter Jason Allen says you can still feel a burning from the tear gas.
Near the intersection of I-30 and I-20 west of downtown Fort Worth, Walsh will eventually hold 15,000 homes and 50,000 people.
A crash in front of a Fort Worth high school sent four teenagers to the hospital Friday, including two in critical condition. Residents said it highlighted the lack of a school zone in the area that they have feared would lead to a serious incident.
Thousands of people living around Lake Bridgeport in Wise County will start paying 66 percent more for water next month.
Police in Arlington believe car tires slashed in front of more than a dozen homes could be connected to a local high school.
Midlothian Police refuse to call it a cold case, saying one witness could provide the crucial information they need.