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.
A new law enforcement training course offered across the state helps officers spot the signs of a person dealing with a head injury. And in the wake of recent police shootings, officers in the course say they see it as one more tool to help them de-escalate situations.
In the Roundup: The fatal shootings of five Dallas police officers drew President Obama to the Lone Star State this week to memorialize the fallen. Gov. Greg Abbott couldn’t attend Tuesday’s service because of severe burns suffered during a recent vacation.
In the Roundup: Texas leaders look to quietly enact a new requirement of abortion providers, U.S. Sen. John Cornyn calls for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to lose her security clearance and Texas and New York battle it out over businesses.
In the Roundup: The High Court overturns the state’s abortion regulations, the Texas Attorney General weighs in on the Fort Worth superintendent’s transgender policy and a new poll shows a little promise for the Clinton campaign in Texas.
In the Roundup: Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick learns the dangers of pre-scheduling social media posts, a 2015 border security priority for the governor still awaits funding and the Texas Democratic Party prepares to gather for its convention.
In the Roundup: The state’s attorney general loses his latest bid to have his criminal indictment dismissed, Ken Starr – the now former president of Baylor University – announces plans to resign his role as chancellor and Hillary Clinton declares she could turn Texas blue.
In the Roundup: Texas files suit against the federal government, again – this time over President Obama’s transgender bathroom directive. Plus, attorneys for Texas were back in court this week defending the state’s Voter ID law and voters settled a slew of runoff races in Tuesday’s election.
In the Roundup: A Texan makes Donald Trump’s list of potential U.S. Supreme Court nominees, the Republican Party of Texas keeps secession out of its latest platform and Gov. Greg Abbott weighs in on ride-sharing regulations imposed in cities around the state.
More female veterans call Texas home than any other state in the country, according to 2015 figures. One nonprofit group in Houston ensures that female veterans get a safe space to receive counseling and learn from one another's experiences.
Not every Texas Republican is fully embracing Donald Trump as their candidate, but a majority of the thousands attending the state party convention this week in Dallas say they'll vote for the presumptive GOP presidential nominee come November.
In the Roundup: Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick discuss the ongoing controversy over bathroom policies and call for the state's Republican Party to unite behind the presumptive presidential nominee.