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.
In the Roundup: The U.S. Supreme Court will consider President Obama’s controversial immigration program, Gov. Greg Abbott travels to Israel and the state’s attorney general says participation on fantasy sports sites can involve illegal gambling.
In the Roundup: Ted Cruz fails to disclose a significant 2012 campaign loan from a Wall Street firm, Rick Perry finds a new gig and Attorney General Ken Paxton launches a unit to investigate human trafficking.
In the Roundup: State leaders react to President Obama’s executive actions on gun control, a Waller County grand jury issues an indictment in the Sandra Bland case, and the presidential campaigns shift into high gear in the new year.
After more than a year of nonstop punditry, predictions and stump speeches, 2016 is finally here. Texans can expect more candidate visits and more campaign ads with the state’s March 1 primary very much in play.
During the first half of 2015, the Texas Legislature and new statewide leaders dominated the headlines in Texas news. But there was plenty attention on Rick Perry, Ted Cruz and other major story lines in the later months.
In the Roundup: The state's attorney general says Texas' public universities can’t legally ban guns in dorms. A Waller County grand jury declines to make an indictment in the death of Sandra Bland, and Ted Cruz seeks to seal the deal with voters in the South.
In the Roundup: With Ted Cruz polling near the top of the GOP presidential pack, all eyes were on the Texas senator in this week’s debate. Also, Gov. Greg Abbott orders the Texas National Guard to stay put along the Texas-Mexico border, and the Texas Racing Commission could soon be a thing of the past.
Months after the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage, some Texas couples are still working to get their spousal immigration benefits realized. They're finding that legal matrimony doesn't always lead to citizenship.
In the Roundup: Amid a debate full of substance, GOP presidential hopeful Ted Cruz had a rare flub. Plus, a federal appeals court ruled against a controversial Obama administration immigration program, and researchers identified the top 100 congested roads in the state.
The Texas Racing Commission is facing a precarious future, with state lawmakers now requiring that it get written permission to continue operating. It's currently working under a 90-day extension. Such uncertainty is a problem for horse breeders and trainers, who have to plan more than a year out from their next race.
In the Roundup: A Houston nondiscrimination ordinance goes down, state regulators find no clear link between oilfield activity and some North Texas earthquakes, and a local police department gets the legal go-ahead to keep its "In God We Trust" stickers.
About 430,000 more Texans voted Tuesday than in the 2013 constitutional election. Officials saw an increase in voting in all of the state's 15 largest counties, with Harris County – which had a mayoral race and nondiscrimination ordinance to decide – at the top.
In the Roundup: Planned Parenthood gets the boot from Texas Medicaid, tensions between George W. Bush and Ted Cruz emerge in news reports, and the state is on track to see the lowest number of death sentences handed down in 2015 than it has in decades.
In the Roundup: Planned Parenthood gets the boot from Texas Medicaid, tensions between George W. Bush and Ted Cruz emerge in news reports, and the state is on track to see a lower number of death sentences handed down in 2015 than it has in decades.