Reporter Jeff Paul joined the CBS 11 News team in 2014. Born and raised in the desert of Phoenix, Arizona, Jeff is happy to call Texas his home.
He attended Arizona State University and earned a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism through the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Jeff made the journey to the Lone Star State after spending three years at WPTV-TV, the NBC affiliate in West Palm Beach, Fl, where he worked quickly to become the lead nightside reporter. While in South Florida, Jeff reported on major storms including Hurricane Isaac, Hurricane Sandy and several tropical cyclones. He also extensively covered the high-profile DUI manslaughter case involving polo mogul and millionaire John Goodman and was sent to witness the execution of serial killer David Alan Gore. In addition, Jeff traveled to the Everglades National Park to cover the massive beaching of dozens of pilot whales.
Before his time in the Sunshine State, Jeff reported for KEZI-TV in Eugene, Oregon. While in the Pacific Northwest, Jeff reported on several wildfires and floods, the University of Oregon Ducks college football National Championship run and the tsunami evacuation of the Oregon coast during the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
When not at work, Jeff enjoys running, collecting vinyl records, riding his motorcycle, watching all kinds of sports, playing drums, and whipping up new food recipes he’s attempting to conquer.
Do better or leave. That is the message from Dallas City Manager T.C. Broadnax regarding bike sharing companies operating within the city.
Much of Jerry Walker’s family was in attendance for a service that honored him on Wednesday.
Navarro County closed a few bridges in an attempt to prevent wrecks and spin-outs but wrecks still happened.
Rain began to pour down in Corsicana as the sun set on the town. The area is expected to be one of the hardest hit by icy weather in North Texas.
An astronomer at the University of North Texas said the noise was from a sonic boom caused by either a meteorite or some sort of space debris.
Folks in need are spending the night at the Arlington Life Shelter where they got a warm meal and a bed to sleep on.
It was an incredible, breakthrough moment for one North Texas family at Tuesday night’s Dallas Mavericks game as their deaf son heard and understood live music for the first time in his life.
Bob Sinnott of Toasted Coffee + Kitchen in Lower Greenville said after months of non-stop phone calls from Yelp, he claims his favorable rating dropped after he finally told the company he would not pay for advertising.
DART plans to add security cameras throughout the rail system and also have some sort of security, police or enforcement officer on each train.
It is popping up all over East Dallas and no one seems to understand what the markings mean. Someone is spray painting giant, purple tacos all over the area.
There are now five dockless bike sharing companies in the city and some folks have had enough with the amount of bikes laying around the city.
The Grand Prairie Police Department was one of the first to equip officers with the cameras.