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 murder of 25-year-old Spencer Golvach by an undocumented Mexican national – repeatedly thrown out of the country for multiple criminal convictions – lit a political firestorm over illegal immigration that has not abated.
Despite the federal government’s stated focus on deporting felons, not families, some criminal offenders have illegally crossed the Texas-Mexico border multiple times. Victims’ families know something needs to change.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick is among about 500 Texans in Iowa campaigning for Ted Cruz ahead of Monday night's Iowa caucuses. Patrick will be speaking on Cruz's behalf at the same precinct caucus as Marco Rubio will attend.
After months of polling and posturing, the first nominating contest of the presidential primary season kicks off Monday in Iowa. Republican Ted Cruz is working to ensure his supporters get out to caucus.
In the Roundup: The people behind the undercover videos of Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast in Houston face criminal charges, a University of Texas at Austin professor says he won't follow the campus carry law and Ted Cruz is exhausting his energy in Iowa ahead of Monday’s caucuses.
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.