Kevin Lewis

Kevin Lewis

Kevin Lewis joined the ABC7 News team in August of 2013. He works weekdays, focusing his reporting on Montgomery County, Maryland.

Kevin began his career as a reporter and fill-in anchor at KOMU-TV, the NBC affiliate in Columbia, Missouri. From there, Kevin accepted a weekend anchor and investigative reporter position at WNDU-TV, the NBC affiliate in South Bend, Indiana.

While in Indiana, Kevin was recognized with a regional EMMY award for an investigative series on panhandling scams. He also received two Indiana Associated Press awards for investigations that led to the resignation of a longtime police sergeant, and exposed toxic levels of E. coli in restaurant ice.

A Chicago native and Mizzou alum, Kevin now calls North Bethesda home.
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Contact Kevin

1100 Wilson BLVD, Suite 601 Arlington, VA 22209

Recent Stories

  1. Germantown fire leaves one victim dead on second floor of home

    Montgomery County firefighters extinguished a significant house fire in Germantown that trapped one person inside.

  2. Crusoe Gongbay, New Mexico football player and Rockville native, arrested in connection with rape case

    A Montgomery County native and running back for the University of New Mexico football team has been arrested in Albuquerque in connection with a reported rape.

  3. International theft ring targets minorities in Md.

    This man is too afraid to show his own face. He was working in his den with a front row seat to crime, when he grabbed his camcorder to snap photos of the suspects' car.

  4. MPD officer investigated after allegedly leaving service weapons out in the open

    A Metropolitan Police Department officer is facing jail time; the 23-year veteran of the force, turned into authorities by his ex-girlfriend.

  5. SunTrust Bank subject of lawsuit after $82,000 in funds stolen

    A Montgomery County family is pursing legal action against Suntrust Bank after one of its tellers unknowingly aided two thieves in stealing $82,000 in college tuition.