Ted Oberg
Eyewitness News Reporter Ted Oberg thinks he has the greatest job in local news anywhere. His Ted Oberg Investigates reports air on our 6 & 10 O'Clock newscasts and strive to look beyond telling you what happened today. We hope they tell you why things are happening in your community and let you in on the secrets those in power want to keep to themselves. We give Ted more time to research and report topics that need a little extra explanation. Whether it's a political race or a breaking news story there are always reasons why things unfold the way they do and that is what his Ted Oberg Investigates pieces strives to explain.

Ted's been in Houston since 2001. He and his wife, Krista have 3 wonderful daughters. After 10 years in the wonderful Houston Heights, they now live in The Woodlands.

Ted's Stories
$39,000 ER bill lowered after woman Turns to Ted; advocates vow to tackle high costs
Maria Hollis woke up in the middle of the night and felt dizzy, when she got her ER bill, she felt even worse.
HFD departures mount to record levels as years of strife take toll
13 Investigates found so far this year, 35 Houston firefighters have already left the department. It is more than one every business day.
What Harvey brought to Lake Houston, millions in state aid is shoveling away
Harvey destroyed thousands of homes and created an island that no one wanted. 13 Investigates what's being done about it.
Driver asked to return car gets new one after Turning to Ted
A new car buyer went home in a vehicle titled in someone else's name after a mix up, so she Turned to Ted for help.
13 Investigates violent criminals skirting GPS monitoring system
13 Investigates found case after case where accused violent criminals are told to get GPS monitors, but don't comply.
Conroe couple tired of the dark Turns to Ted to get the light on
Harvey took out this couple's street light. The pole is still there, but no light was coming from it until they Turned to Ted.
Long-time Houston city secretary Anna Russell dies at 88
She started working for the city in 1950 when she was just 18 years old, making her the city of Houston's longest-tenured worker!
Did you notice?: A homeless Houstonian died every 3 days in 2019
Just one month into 2020 and there's already been 14 homeless deaths in Harris County, with at least 12 of those deaths in Houston.
'I'm blessed to be here' Survivor just 25 feet away from Houston explosion
Sean Rangel was in his truck about to go to work when the explosion threw his truck "like a ragdoll."
Patience gone: Harris County Harvey program head demoted
Harris County commissioners demoted the head of its $800 million recovery program for Hurricane Harvey storm victims.