Kevin Ozebek
Kevin Ozebek comes to ABC13 after serving as an Investigative Reporter at WSVN-TV in Miami, Florida. While there, Kevin investigated issues facing South Florida and tried to right the wrongs facing the station's viewers.

Shortly after the tragic deadly condo collapse in Surfside, Florida, Kevin uncovered that city's mayor owned an apartment building with crumbling balconies and multiple violations.

He has also exposed South Floridians wrongly billed by local utilities, government workers behaving questionably, and elder care facilities that failed to meet state standards. Kevin also investigated environmental hazards and how climate change was altering the South Florida landscape.

Previously, Kevin was a Europe Correspondent for Feature Story News in Brussels, Belgium. He provided live news coverage out of Europe for FOX News, South Africa's SABC News, Singapore's Channel News Asia, and a host of radio networks around the world. In this position, Kevin reported on major stories that included terror attacks in France and Belgium, the refugee crisis from the Syrian Civil War, and NATO expansion.

Kevin has also worked as a General Assignment Reporter at WBBH-TV in Fort Myers, Florida and WATE-TV in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Kevin was born and raised near Cleveland, Ohio but is thrilled to now call Houston home!

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13 Investigates why some parents say safety measure puts kids in danger
As districts work to boost security along the perimeter of campuses, some families say it's making it harder for students to get to school.
Houstonians lose millions in crypto investment scams, FBI says
Houstonians lost anywhere from $10,000 to $1 million per person in investment scams, oftentimes involving hard-to-recover cryptocurrency.
Drugs, weapons, and alcohol among items seized from Texas prisons during lockdown, TDCJ says
Last week, state officials decided to lock down all prisons so they could comb through each one for drugs and other banned items. This is what they found.
13 Investigates: Temperature tops 100 degrees in some state prisons with no air conditioning
13 Investigates found the temperature at some state prisons reached 100 degrees or more inside cells where incarcerated individuals are housed.
13 Investigates: Parents worry A-rated school will be 'dismantled' under new HISD system
Parents at a top-rated Houston ISD school worry they'll lose their edge under superintendent's New Education System.
13 Investigates: Inmate's last days were 'nothing short of living hell,' lawsuit claims
The family of a Harris County inmate who died last year is now suing the county for not providing him with the insulin they say he needed to survive.
Deadly heat and wildfire risk expected to grow in Texas' future, data shows
The Houston heat wave has become a matter of life and death, and our data shows the risk for longer seasons of high temperatures and more wildfires is growing.
13 Investigates: Couple 'miserable' as heat index reaches 109 inside their home
13 Investigates recorded the "feels like" temperature across Houston and found in well off, tree-lined communities it feels significantly cooler than in less affluent parts of town.
Economist estimates $9.5 billion loss in Texas due to heat
13 Investigates is learning billions of dollars may be evaporating from our local economy as businesses deal with side effects of consecutive 100-degree days.
13 Investigates why some campuses won't have an armed security officer despite new law
13 Investigates why some districts won't have an armed officer at every campus despite a new law mandating it.