Brittaney Wilmore
Brittaney Wilmore is a digital producer and has been at KTRK since 2017.

A Houston native and proud University of Houston alum (Go Coogs!), Brittaney first discovered her love for journalism in a class with Mrs. Hodges at Cinco Ranch High School. But if you want to throw it back even further, Brittaney was introduced to the world of news anchors and reporting after delivering a book report in the 6th grade and learning about Katie Couric.

Since then, Brittaney has spent time learning more about the industry, devouring Oprah episodes (though, Brittaney can't give away cars. Sorry!) and has met some awesome people along the way.

Brittaney attended Houston Community College, where she got to soak up as much as she could in the TV department, getting the opportunity to learn everything from editing to videography.

Brittaney loves fashion, travel, French culture and language, musicals and watching classic movies. But she also loves the Marvel Cinematic Universe, anything to do with comics, watching Astros baseball games with her dad and adding to an extensive list of books to read.

Catch her weekdays with the morning team! She's extremely honored to serve the community through ABC13 and doesn't take the opportunity lightly to be here.

Brittaney's Stories
How Oscars style on the red carpet lands in our closets long after ceremony is over
There's not an Academy Award for 'Best Dressed' but if there's one thing the Oscars faithful looks for - it's who will be the next to create an unforgettable fashion moment.
Here's your 2024 guide to Houston rodeo's barbecue cook-off at NRG
More than 250 teams from all over are competing for top honors this weekend in the World's Championship Bar-B-Que Contest, a.k.a. the cook-off. From ticket prices to parking, here's what to know.
Here's how much you're giving away about yourself when you post on social media
ABC13 talked to an FBI intelligence analyst, who said doing something as simple as tagging friends and family in photos could make you a target. Here's what else we learned.
For The Culture opens as Houston's 1st Black-owned brewery in team-up with woman-owned Ovinnik
Cheers to this: It's been a years-long journey, but friends Carl Roaches Jr. and Jonathan Brown have finally opened their own brewery motivated by a life-changing decision after Hurricane Harvey and a desire to be a go-to spot for all Houstonians.
Fake photos, real problems: How you can spot AI romance scams while you're trying to date
Scammers are using artificial intelligence by inventing fake people -- just to steal from you. In fact, one man said he lost $60,000 to one scheme. We talked to an expert to get the tips you need so you don't fall victim.
San Antonio mother raising teen dating violence awareness in honor of late 19-year-old daughter
Rena Castro is sharing her daughter Erin's story after the 19-year-old was killed by her boyfriend in 2018. But that's not how her story ends. In fact, she and a Houston mom bonded over their daughters, but also made change in creating the Texas CLEAR Alert system.
Houston private investigator shares how to background check that date you met online
You've been talking to someone online, and now you're ready to meet them. But before you do, this private investigator says you should do your homework.
In a dating situation that went south? These apps could help you get out of it safely
The myPlan app, created with the help of domestic violence survivors, has specific built-in features aimed at protecting people from an abuser.
The Black Man Project creating avenues to heal forward with mobile therapy, museum collaboration
A new educational vehicle is taking affirmation directly to some of the children who need it most. And from collaborations with the Museum of Fine Arts and the foundation created by Taraji P. Henson, The Black Man Project's work is far from over.
Expect higher penalties if you ignore state's move over/slow down law
Texas firefighter Colton Adams lost his leg and the driver he was helping was killed when another driver ignored the law. Now, tighter rules are in place in hopes of avoiding another injury or death.