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.
Check out "God & Marriage" — part 4 of our "God & Governing" documentary-style series — to see how lawmakers' personal religious beliefs drove the same-sex marriage battle during the 2015 Texas legislative session.
In the Roundup: A textbook publisher agrees to change a caption related to the history of slavery, several Texas lawmakers explain how God guides their governance and a court will determine whether Rick Perry’s indictment should be dismissed.
In the 2015 Texas legislative session, state lawmakers weren't shy about using their religious beliefs to defend their policymaking. Check out "God & Governing," our documentary series on the role lawmakers' personal faith played in their legislating.
By now, you’ve heard Rick Perry is out of the running for the Republican presidential nomination. Or maybe you haven’t. People outside of the State Capitol weighed in on the end of the former Texas governor's second bid for the White House.
In the Roundup: A paid-to-prosecute arrangement revealed, an analysis of state trooper traffic stops and the next GOP presidential debate looms as Ted Cruz and Rick Perry execute two different campaigns.
In the Roundup: Passed during this year's legislative session, several new state laws took effect this week. Our team spent the past month highlighting different ways that Texans' lives would change come Sept. 1.
A new law will allow physicians to get paid for seeing children over a sophisticated form of video chat, as long as the patient is at school and enrolled in the state’s Medicaid program for the poor and disabled. This story is part of our 31 Days, 31 Ways series.
As of Sept. 1, public employees — including state and county workers and public school teachers — will be guaranteed “reasonable accommodations” to pump breast milk in the workplace. This story is part of our 31 Days, 31 Ways series.
In the Roundup: Attorney General Ken Paxton is re-indicted on securities fraud charges, an interim legislative committee will look at jail safety and a post from the agriculture commissioner’s campaign Facebook page blows up social media.
In the Roundup: While GOP presidential candidate Rick Perry is facing money woes, fellow Texan Ted Cruz is looking to build on of his debate performance. Plus, Texas Republican lawmakers have succeeded in further limiting access to Planned Parenthood services.