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.
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.
Six GOP presidential hopefuls spoke to evangelical Christians on Sunday at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano. Parishioners said holding such events at churches is a great way to help a key voting bloc winnow the field.
In the Roundup: Hillary Clinton comes to Texas to energize Latino voters and picks up a key endorsement, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick assigns senators some homework, and U.S. Sen. John Cornyn promotes legislation to keep guns out of the hands of the mentally ill.
Tune in to "God & Education" — the final part of our "God & Governing" documentary-style series — to see how lawmakers' personal religious beliefs played into abstinence education and school voucher debates in 2015 Texas legislative session.
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.