Jeff Ehling
I began my reporting career in 1986 near my home town of Statenville, Georgia. I worked for ABC Affiliate WVGA in Valdosta, Georgia for three years before moving to NBC affiliate WMGT in Macon. In 1990 I got a job working for the CBS affiliate, WCTV, in Tallahassee, Florida. While there I was the Bureau Chief in Valdosta which gave me the chance to again report on news where in the place I graduated high school and college. Before leaving WCTV, I was promoted to Weekend Anchor.

In 1996 I moved to West Palm Beach, Florida, where I was a general assignment reporter. I look back on South Florida with great fondness because that is where I met my wife.

In December of 1999 she got a job in Houston so we moved to Texas. A month later, I was fortunate enough to land a position as the morning reporter at KTRK.

After a year and a half I was promoted to a dayside shift and now I am the Consumer Reporter for KTRK.

Since joining the ABC 13 family my own family has grown. My wife and I are the proud parents of two boys who keep us very busy and occasionally bleary eyed.

During my tenure at KTRK I have covered hurricanes, Operation Iraqi Freedom from Kuwait and Iraq and Texas troops guarding the prisoners at Guantanamo, Cuba. I look forward to many more exciting stories and happy years in Houston.

I enjoy travel and pro football (GO TEXANS). I hold a degree in Television from Valdosta State University.

A $15,000 reward is now being offered for information leading to the killer of a 56-year-old veteran gunned down in his own driveway.
Houston rapper Trae Tha Truth says it's only right to stand by the Carolinas after many helped Texas through Hurricane Harvey.
Despite being pistol-whipped and beaten with his own walking stick, a 76-year-old says he prayed for the 11 and 12-year-olds who attacked him.
READY FOR THE LONG HAUL: Isaiah Stofferahn says he has a mattress pad, a small stove to cook mac and cheese, water and his computer.
Joey Sanchez was due in court this week for an assault charge. His estranged wife's family believes that had he faced a judge sooner, she might still be alive.