Raven Ambers
Raven Ambers joined ABC13 in February 2020.

She started her career in Paris, Texas where she reported and anchored for KXII-TV before moving to Austin to report at KEYE-TV. Having spent her entire career in Texas, Raven is excited to continue her passion reporting in Houston.

Raven has been a part of award-winning news coverage and has covered a wide range of major stories from the Austin bombings to historic flooding in Central Texas. She loves being the first to know what's going on in the community and telling impactful stories that make a difference.

Raven is a Conway, Arkansas native and graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with a major in Mass Communication / Broadcast Journalism and minors in Anthropology and Economics.

Outside of work, Raven enjoys running, trying new restaurants, exploring the outdoors, and traveling. She loves meeting new people, so if you see her out and about, be sure to say "hello!"

Raven's Stories
Houston couple reaches roadblock visiting daughter at hospital amid coronavirus restrictions
A Houston couple faces a challenge seeing their 6-month-old daughter together during visitation hours at Texas Children's Hospital because of new coronavirus restrictions.
Experts caution against some meds for fever and pain when you're sick
Experts are sending a warning about which over-the-counter medications you take to treat the symptoms of coronavirus.
Pearland chemical switches to make hand sanitizer
A local chemical company, Custom Chemicals and Coating, has shifted from producing salt and brine remover to making hand sanitizer.
How severe could the COVID-19 outbreak get in the U.S.?
Experts believe the coronavirus outbreak could plateau in the summer months to come.
Student from Houston self-quarantined after studying in Italy
She said no one questioned if she was sick, despite the rising number of coronavirus cases in Italy.
Coronavirus leads Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston to make changes to mass
If you're headed to mass, you many want to adhere to these changes first.
2 dead after wrong-way crash on US-290
Police said the driver of a pickup truck was traveling the wrong-way on 290 and crashed head-on into a Toyota Corolla.
Houston trailblazer Faye B. Bryant remembered for service locally and abroad
Faye B. Bryant was known for her public service around the world and here at home. She died Thursday at the age of 82.