Marla Carter
Marla Carter joined abc13 in December of 2015.

A lover of great restaurants, culture and a nice, tropical climate, she loves Houston!

Marla worked as an investigate reporter in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for eight years. She received an Emmy for her investigate work into the systemic failures at the V.A., ultimately forcing top officials out of office.

She also exposed corruption in the sheriff's office that lead to a grand jury investigation into the sheriff and top officials in his office.

She loves visiting new places and taking her dogs on walks around town.

If you have a restaurant recommendation, a story idea or just want to say "Hi", email her at marla.e.carter@abc.com

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"I feel for the families. I feel for everybody. It's wrong," said the brother of suspect Jose Gilberto Rodriguez.
Investigators say a high school coach left the scene of a deadly crash and returned later, admitting he had been drinking.
Once upon a time, these babies were swaddled together as Disney princesses.
For 22-year-old Ray Douglas, his family is his world. Their life would change when he was shot while visiting a friend in northwest Harris County.
The book Astroball just hit store shelves, and the author, Ben Reiter, is in Houston for a book signing Tuesday.