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Kaitlin McCulley
Kaitlin McCulley joined ABC 13 Eyewitness News in September 2014 as a reporter. In her time here, she investigated the death of a young African American woman found inside a Texas jail, covered a deadly military helicopter crash in the Gulf and reported live in Waco hours after a mass shooting took place inside a biker bar.

Kaitlin served as co-emcee at the Houston Art Car Parade in April 2015 and reported live during ABC 13's special coverage of the Houston Chevron Marathon.

Before moving to Houston, Kaitlin worked as a reporter with the CBS affiliate in Birmingham, Ala., for four years. She was recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists in 2014 for investigative reporting and was named "Best Reporter" in Alabama by the Associated Press. Kaitlin was also a part of a team that won two Edward R. Murrow awards for breaking news coverage.

She graduated from Samford University in Birmingham, Ala., where she studied English and Journalism. She also spent a semester abroad in London.

Kaitlin is the proud mom of two adopted pets, a dog named Silo and a cat named Sawyer. In both cases, she brought them home from news stories.

If you have any story ideas, please email her at Kaitlin.McCulley@abc.com You can also find her on Twitter @KaitlinMcCulley and Instagram @kaitlinmcculleynews

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A mother filed a lawsuit against a private school in Galveston, claiming her son was bullied and harassed for more than a year because of his race.