From Chernobyl and the Panama Canal, to The Amazon Jungle and the Black Sea, he has shown Eyewitness News viewers how far away places affect our lives here in Southeast Texas.
Tom also covers national politics and stories that relate to energy, the environment, and the economy.
Since 2006, he has produced five half-hour special reports on subjects including the new space race, the 2008 presidential election, and the future of energy production.
His award-winning reports include three regional Edward R. Murrow Awards, the most recent in 2010 for an in-depth look at overcrowded trauma centers.
Tom is a proud graduate of the University of Florida in Gainesville and is married with two children.
Houston Congresswoman gives look at days ahead including Inauguration and Impeachment
This will be the fourth impeachment trial in the history of our country and the second in the last year.
What exactly is the 14th Amendment?
It's been discussed when talking about removing members of Congress or the president amid the Capitol riots, but what is it?
Lawmakers prep Texas Capitol safety in wake of US Capitol riots
Ahead of the Texas Legislative session starting Tuesday, lawmakers are prioritizing safety after what they saw in D.C. last week.
ABC13 viewers raise over $23K for students without laptops
We have the BEST viewers in the world! Thanks to you, many Houston students won't have to struggle without proper technology for online learning.
Sen. Ted Cruz tells why he still opposed Biden's electoral win in ABC13 exclusive
In his first interview since the U.S. Capitol riot, the Texas lawmaker insisted not being aligned with the rhetoric that led to the chaos.
What could Georgia election runoff outcome mean for the oil and gas industry?
This is a historic pair of runoffs, and what happens in Georgia definitely can impact the economy in Houston.
Army drill sergeant shot to death in San Antonio, officials say
According to the San Antonio Police Department, Sgt. Jessica Mitchell was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds inside a car on a freeway.
17-year-old graduates from University of Houston
She's now starting her masters program in January.
People behind Houston's large-scale events want relief money
Trade shows that typically fill Houston's annual calendar were wiped out, leaving many in that industry without work.
Armed man shot to death in officer-involved shooting in Pearland, police say
The man killed by Pearland police is suspected of holding his neighbor against her will.
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