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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Kevin's Stories
13 Investigates delves into how FBI is 'constantly intercepting threats' against elected officials
The FBI Houston Field Office tells 13 Investigates the agency as a whole is "constantly intercepting threats" against candidates and politicians already in power.
13 Investigates gets inside look power poles of the 'future'
Resilient Structures says the company's composite poles that it previously sold to CenterPoint are still standing after Hurricane Beryl.
13 Investigates why some nursing facilities still don't have power
Four days after the storm, 13 Investigates spoke with 41 of the 98 nursing homes in Harris County and found 25% were still without power Thursday morning.
13 Investigates: CenterPoint admits 'clearly more needs to be done'
In an interview with 13 Investigates, CenterPoint Energy admits not enough resiliency work was done heading into the category one hurricane that left millions of people without power this week.
Building that collapsed into yards demolished after 13 Investigates history of code violations 
13 Investigates the history of complaints against a dilapidated building after one of its walls came crashing down into residential yards during the May storm.
13 Investigates: Residents annoyed by neighbor's 'junk' yard get meeting with El Lago leaders
Residents complained about their neighbor's yard filled with loose items for years. They finally got a meeting with El Lago leaders after 13 Investigates started asking questions.
13 Investigates learns more Houston-area homes are repeatedly flooding
13 Investigates found Harris County is a hotspot when it comes to how many homes repeatedly experience flooding.
Cleveland homeowner says Northside Elementary School construction changed water flow, flooded yard
A Cleveland homeowner says when the school district cleared the forest behind his home for a new campus, it changed the neighborhood's water flow and caused his yard to flood during storms.
13 Investigates: Districts still need more officers as law calls for one per campus
13 Investigates found Texas school districts are still competing with one another for qualified police officers to meet House Bill 3's mandate for one armed person per campus.
HISD superintendent talks budget cuts, layoffs in one-on-one with 13 Investigates
13 Investigates' Kevin Ozebek sat down for an hourlong conversation with Houston ISD Superintendent Mike Miles as the district nears the end of its first year under a state takeover.