Brian Kuebler is an award winning investigative and general assignment reporter for ABC2 News.
Brian is thankful to be back in Maryland. The son of a New York cop, Brian was born and raised on Long Island but left when he was 18 to attend the University of Maryland, College Park.
It was at Maryland where Brian developed a love for the Terps, news and our region. When he graduated he received a key chain that says ‘Terp for Life.’ He hadn’t removed it from his keys since graduating hoping it was a sign; it was.
After starting his career at KMVT-TV in tiny Twin Falls, Idaho, Brian attended graduate school at the University of Missouri, Columbia where he worked for KOMU-TV and covered the 9/11 attacks in his home city of New York.
After Missouri, Brian moved on to Memphis, Tennessee to work at the CBS affiliate, WREG-TV. He spent six years there and became the lead reporter covering a wide variety of stories but developed his beat of covering crime, fire and landmark court cases.
Brian was happy to trade in southern BBQ for Maryland crab and was very excited to get back in the area he’s always called his home away from home. Although a rabid and recently heart broken NY Mets fan, he's settled into Camden Yards and has become a passionate O’s fan. He enjoys running along the Inner Harbor with his Chesapeake Bay Retriever (they are a package deal), going to the gym and keeping active.
Since joining WMAR in 2008, Brian has won Emmy and Edward R. Murrow Awards for telling powerful stories in and around our city.
Look for Brian’s investigative work as well as covering the news of the day throughout the Baltimore region.
Feel free to email Brian or follow him on twitter @BrianfromABC2
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Brian Kuebler Stories
For Safe Streets locations to work, you must have the right people.
Baltimore is infected. If violent crime is a disease then after years of steady remission, a rise in homicide totals and non-fatal shootings shows it is starting to relapse.
Some of the same criminals who ruled the streets now spread a different message.