Alex Bozarjian
Alex Bozarjian joined the ABC13 team in August 2023.

Previously, she was a nightside reporter in Detroit, Michigan. While reporting there, she covered the Oxford High School mass shooting that left four teenagers dead.

She was also one of the first on scene at the Michigan State University shooting in February 2023. In her MSU reporting, Alex obtained exclusive video of the gunman on the run after he shot eight people, killing three.

Alex built strong sources in the Metro Detroit area, scoring a one-on-one with a local police chief who was accused of using only Black men as targets in the department's shooting range. She also followed the disappearance and murders of three young men who went missing after a scheduled rap performance in Detroit, a story that captured national attention.

Alex's career began in Savannah, Georgia. There she worked as a multi-media journalist, fill-in producer, and fill-in anchor. In Georgia, Alex covered the contentious 2020 presidential elections, which ultimately led to the Peach State turning blue for the first time since 1992.

Much of Alex's time in Savannah was consumed by pandemic coverage and the Black Lives Matter movement.

Aside from local reporting, Alex has been sent on assignment as part of a company-wide disaster response team. She assisted two Florida stations after Hurricane Michael and Hurricane Ian.

In 2018, Alex graduated from the University of Central Florida with a degree in journalism and Latin American studies. Her double major took her to Cuba where she was an associate producer and reporter for a 30-minute special focusing on art, travel, and the environment.

Originally, Alex is from Salem, Massachusetts.

Her mother is from the Dominican Republic and Alex grew up speaking Spanish at home. The tricky last name comes from her father's side, who is Armenian.

In her free time, she likes working out, playing with her dog Margo, and finding a good brunch spot.

Alex is excited to explore and serve the Houston area. If you have any suggestions on places to eat, things to see, or story ideas feel free to reach out!

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Shootings leave 1 dead, 1 wounded at 2 scenes half-mile apart, HPD says
One person has died and another was hospitalized Wednesday evening after police were called to multiple scenes in the South Acres/Crestmont Park neighborhood.
15-year-old accused of fatally shooting Houston-area softball coach during truck theft, HPD says
A beloved Houston-area softball coach was killed after an alleged truck theft outside his home on Easter Sunday. Now, police said they've arrested a 15-year-old who's charged with capital murder.
3-year-old student sent home from Houston ISD school with unexplained head injury
A 3-year-old's mother spoke only to ABC13 for her daughter, who can't vouch for herself, after coming home from her HISD special education class with a head injury.
Woman's claim about 3 masked people leads to HPD opening fire at apartment complex, police say
Houston police said they didn't shoot at any masked person. Instead, they said they shot at a relative of the concerned neighbor who was called to the scene and armed.
6-year-old and his grandmother suffer burns when downed line shocks them at Lake Conroe
The boy's mother believes the pair were at a considerable distance from the hazard but still got shocked during last week's severe weather.
Woman found dead in East Harris County apartment had bodily "trauma", HCSO reports
Family members were allegedly the ones who found the victim after not being able to get in touch with her all weekend. Authorities say her cause of death has yet to be determined.
Houston ISD seeks voter support on $4.4 billion bond proposal
The plan allocates $2 billion for rebuilding and renovating schools, and $1.35 billion for updating HVAC systems, securing campuses, and testing water and air quality. The rest will fund various educational programs.
Friendswood teen facing blindness after chemical attack
A Friendswood teen could potentially go blind after getting chemicals thrown in his eyes. Police say the suspect is someone the victim thought he could trust. However, the suspect's mom believes the incident was a horrible accident.
Kashmere Gardens residents frustrated, 'scared of dying' amid days without power in unbearable heat
Residents in these neighborhoods filled with vulnerable populations are going almost a week without power and still asking when that will be fixed. "We always last, and it's not fair," a resident said.
Man accused of targeting delivery drivers in 2 kidnapping incidents in Spring Branch
One victim's wife followed her gut, and when she realized her husband was in danger, she outsmarted the suspect, leading to his arrest.