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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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The Houston municipal employees union backed Sylvester Turner a week before the union's own April 3 deadline to submit candidate questionnaires and a day before Turner's own announcement of a mayoral bid.
City Council approves $1.5 billion in airport concession contracts amid controversy. Council members return tainted money and a fundraiser hosted by airport concessionaires scheduled for hours after the vote was canceled
In the wake of an ABC-13 report, two Houston City Councilman returned campaign contributions received from finalists for a lucrative airport concessions contract and another council member raised questions about the transparency and relationships connected to the airport deals
Houston City Council is set to vote Wednesday on a lucrative airport concessions deal. Critics say the deal has been crafted with little transparency. The winners are local power-brokers with access to the mayor and who hold fundraisers for key members of City Council
The $1.5 billion deal would allow a small group of well-connected power brokers to sell travelers passing through Bush Intercontinental and Hobby airports everything from bagels to barbeque to clothes to coffee with the potential of millions of dollars of profit for the winning bidders. Critics have suggested more transparency is needed for such a giant deal