Ted Oberg
Eyewitness News Reporter Ted Oberg thinks he has the greatest job in local news anywhere. His Ted Oberg Investigates reports air on our 6 & 10 O'Clock newscasts and strive to look beyond telling you what happened today. We hope they tell you why things are happening in your community and let you in on the secrets those in power want to keep to themselves. We give Ted more time to research and report topics that need a little extra explanation. Whether it's a political race or a breaking news story there are always reasons why things unfold the way they do and that is what his Ted Oberg Investigates pieces strives to explain.

Ted's been in Houston since 2001. He and his wife, Krista have 3 wonderful daughters. After 10 years in the wonderful Houston Heights, they now live in The Woodlands.

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A whistle-blower's video provided to ABC-13 shows a prison supervisor firing a tear gas canister into the shoulder of an inmate. The Texas Department of Criminal Justice admits that "several mistakes" were made but didn't say pulling the trigger was one of them.
Conroe-area man aims to run a marathon a day to stay sober. His aim? To change the view of alcoholics for all of us
Trustee Dave Wilson said he believes there is criminal activity behind a questionable land deal the college closed on this year using tax dollars. The land deal was first reported by ABC-13 in April.
The settlement for former Houston Community College System Chancellor Renee Byas voted comes after a legal tab that has surpassed $1 million. Trustee chairman says settlement allows college to move forward and focus on education.
Settlement for former Houston Community College System Chancellor Renee Byas voted on Monday comes after million-dollar legal tab. Only part of settlement made public; HCC says most of the payday will be covered by insurance.