Brooke Taylor
Brooke Taylor joined the ABC13 team in July 2021.

Previously, she was a weekend anchor/weekday reporter in Providence, Rhode Island. During her time in Providence, she broke multiple stories that garnered national attention, including a story on the governor defying her own stay-at-home advisory. Brooke was responsible for the top four stories ranked in her station's "Most Viewed Stories of 2020." Brooke isn't afraid to ask the tough questions and hold public officials accountable. In 2020, she broke a story about a police department's failure to search for a missing man, which resulted in his mother discovering her own dead son in a creek.

Brooke got her start in Elmira, New York, where she was the main anchor. During her time at WETM, she hosted the NBC Olympic Zone during the Pyongyang Winter Olympics, field anchored NASCAR weekend and moderated the congressional debate for New York's 23rd District.

Brooke is a proud graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, where she majored in Broadcast Journalism.

She is originally from New York City, but excited to make Houston her new home!

If you have a story idea, she would love to hear from you. You can email her at Brooke.taylor@abc.com.

On social media, get updates by following Brooke on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Brooke's Stories
Entire City of Houston placed under boil water notice after system outage
So far, the boil water notice has affected over 2.3 million people who reside in the Houston area. The notice went into effect late Sunday evening.
3 former Liberty ISD workers accused of depriving food from student who ate own feces, drank urine
Three former educators with the district were charged with child endangerment, but now one of them was able to find work, and her new district is being pressed for answers.
See what happens when only ABC13 confronts woman believed to be squatting
"It's insanity." Brittany Ramirez's story is too wild for real life, but only ABC13 has the details about her dilemma: someone squatting in a place she rents.
1 killed, 2 hospitalized after being ambushed by 3 men during shooting in north Houston, police say
A witness said he heard what sounded like an AK-47 being shot outside of his apartment. He found a man wounded and attempted to save his life, but the injuries were too severe.
$2M and $150K bonds set for adoptive parents charged in murder of 7-year-old found in Spring washer
Prosecutors say the 7-year-old's adoptive parents grew tired of him allegedly stealing snacks. Investigators extracted texts of the father graphically describing how he was going to kill the boy.
'He died doing what he loved': Montgomery County pilot is 1 of 6 killed in Dallas air show
Craig Hutain had his pilot license since 1975 and had more than 34,000 hours of flying, according to the Commemorative Air Force.
Two crew members identified in Wings Over Dallas airshow mid-air collision
Tributes have begun to pour out on social media, remembering two crew members who have been identified in the crash that occurred on Saturday.
2 Clear Creek ISD students charged for social media threats about holding class during Astros parade
The threats were made against the Clear Creek school district because officials didn't cancel classes during the Astros victory parade.
Astros fan hit in the head by falling bullet during celebratory gunfire while watching game
The victim was with his family watching Game 6 of the World Series when he said it felt like a hammer had hit him in the back of the head, HPD said.
Astroworld victim's family starts concert safety nonprofit as officials offer little change, updates
"Things don't end up wrong. They start off wrong." One family is taking it upon themselves to try and ensure concert safety as the disaster's year anniversary approaches.