Pooja Lodhia
Pooja Lodhia joined KTRK and the ABC13 Eyewitness News team as a general assignments reporter in the spring of 2012.

Before making her leap to Houston, she reported at Eatel News Magazine in Baton Rouge; WLUC in Marquette, Michigan; and WFTX in Fort Myers, Florida. Some of her most memorable stories include covering final space shuttle launch in Cape Canaveral, Hurricane Isaac in New Orleans, and a moose on the loose in Michigan. She truly believes that every person has a story worth telling, and she's honored to be able to do so.

Pooja was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and has family here in Houston.

She has degrees in English Literature and Journalism and a minor in Modern Dance from Emory University in Atlanta.

Pooja's hobbies include yoga, dance, reading fiction, and good conversation. She's a very social reporter so if you run into her, please say, "Hello!" She'd love to hear your personal story. If you'd like to know more about her, she encourages you to connect with her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter!

Pooja's Stories
'We really need some help': Brazoria County residents rebuild after Hurricane Nicholas
As if rebuilding your home after a hurricane isn't enough, Steven Watkins has to deal with an ongoing power outage and an injury to his legs after a tree fell on top of him.
Supply prices at record high as Houston homeowners make repairs to storm damage
Fixing up your home after the storm? It'll cost you. While lumber supply prices have dropped, other supplies are still at a record high.
Remembering 9/11: Where were you when the towers fell?
At that moment, teachers didn't have answers and parents didn't either, but the event will forever live in their memories.
Residents say this E. Harris County road's potholes are so bad, no one wants to claim it
You may not have heard of Mayo Shell Road, but if you've ever driven on it, you and your car may still be feeling the aftermath of a bumpy ride.
East Downtown restaurant raising money against Texas abortion law
"My biggest goal is to start the conversation," said the owner of Koffeteria. "Any time an (uncomfortable) conversation happens, change can come."
Woman shoots and kills 23-year-old boyfriend during fight in N. Harris Co., investigators say
The woman is behind bars after deputies say she shot her boyfriend during a verbal argument that escalated into violence.
'Slavery by another name': How cold case technology is helping researchers identify Sugar Land 95
Three years after the gruesome discovery, DNA researchers say they're closer to identifying the 95 people found in an unmarked prison cemetery.
'It's getting worse': Afghans running out of time to evacuate
"This is a human suffering issue and we're called to love our neighbors," said one reverend in Houston. Faith leaders are set to meet 16 new families that just came in.
Deadly fentanyl epidemic striking Texans already weary by COVID-19 fight
It's cheap, it's deadly and it doesn't discriminate: Fentanyl deaths are rising, and police say many victims didn't even know they were taking it.
Aldine ISD police captain honored for his actions during a fiery crash: 'We're always officers'
Capt. Mark Harris was running errands when he spotted the car in flames. Realizing victims were trapped inside, he and another driver jumped in to action.