is a multimedia producer at the Tribune whose focus is video and television production. He's been shooting and producing TV news for more than a decade, most recently as a staff photojournalist at Austin's KVUE-TV from 2006 to 2010. At the Tribune, Dehn has been behind the camera for Tribune special projects God and Governing, Hurting for Work and Paid to Prosecute, as well the stories we produce each week for our dozen TV partners around the state and segments for social media.
The state's 1.7 million veterans are largely split on their choice for the next commander-in-chief. While some say they favor Republican Donald Trump’s boldness, others see promise in Democrat Hillary Clinton’s steadiness.
In the Roundup: Dan Patrick calls out Ted Cruz for not endorsing Donald Trump. Plus, Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller learns he won’t face charges for using taxpayer dollars for personal trips. And Rick Perry boot scoots his way to another week on "Dancing with the Stars."
In the Roundup: Rick Perrymakes his TV dancing debut, Hispanic activists call a proposed textbook racist and lawmakers discuss whether to put the brakes on a tuition program for children of Texas veterans.
In the Roundup: Donald Trump loses key Hispanic support in Texas after laying out his immigration policy, police departments in the state’s largest cities don’t always report when cops pull the trigger and Rick Perry prepares to strap on his dancing shoes.
The Texas Tribune spent nearly a year collecting data from the state’s largest cities on every incident in which police officers pulled the trigger between 2010 and 2015. Here's a look at what we found.
In the Roundup: Donald Trump softened his position on immigration at an event in Texas, a federal judge sided with the state and temporarily blocked President Obama's transgender bathroom directive and UT-Austin students took a hard stance against the new campus carry law.
In the Roundup: Rick Perry shames the father of a fallen Muslim soldier, a new poll out shows Ted Cruz could lose to at least one fellow Republican in 2018 and the Texas AG weighs in on the legality of praying in court.
In the Roundup: George P. Bush calls on conservatives to back his father’s former primary foe, Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine swings through Texas and a Republican congressman is reportedly being asked to challenge U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz in 2018.
In the Roundup: Texas agrees to soften its voter ID law for the November elections, the state’s new campus carry gun law quietly takes effect and state officials give the O.K. for Medicaid to pay for mosquito repellant to help combat the spread of Zika.
A new law allowing concealed handgun license holders to carry their weapons on state university campuses statewide takes effect Monday, the same day that marks 50 years since a student opened fire from the University of Texas Tower.
In the Roundup: A potential 2018 challenger emerges for Senator Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton passes on Housing Secretary Julián Castro for vice president and Texans take the stage at the Democratic National Convention.
In the Roundup: Ted Cruz steals the headlines at the Republican National Convention for not endorsing Donald Trump, and several conservatives scold him for failing to unite the party. Still, Texas delegates return to the Lone Star State vowing to elect the GOP nominee.
Many once die-hard Ted Cruz supporters awoke Thursday to call their junior senator a liar and sore loser to his face. The outrage came after the U.S. Senator from Texas declined to endorse the Republican Party’s presidential nominee, Donald Trump, during Cruz’s prime-time address Wednesday at the national convention.
Twelve hours after being booed at the Republican National Convention for refusing to endorse GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz appeared at a tense morning meeting of Texas delegates, many of whom now viewed Cruz as a traitor.