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.
If you have a news story pertaining to Montgomery County that you'd like told, email Kevin at: klewis@wjla.com.

You can also "follow" him on Twitter at: KevinLewisABC7 or "like" his Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/KevinLewisTV.

Contact Kevin

WJLA
1100 Wilson BLVD, Suite 601 Arlington, VA 22209

Recent Stories

  1. Grandfather of special needs brothers kept in Rockville basement: ‘They weren’t imprisoned’

    The grandfather of two special needs brothers who were repeatedly locked inside a dark, unfurnished basement chamber, calls the alleged actions of their parents, "understandable."

  2. Rockville couple charged with locking up twin sons with autism in dungeon-like basement

    Police have arrested a Rockville couple for allegedly keeping their 22-year-old twin sons, who have autism, in a dungeon-like enclosure in the basement of their home.

  3. Rockville man may go to prison after allegedly dousing man with gasoline at the pump

    A 61-year-old Rockville man could go to prison after he reportedly doused a stranger in gasoline at a local gas station.

  4. Montgomery Co. Public Schools to spend $15M on 40K laptops, tablets

    This summer, MCPS will buy 40,000 laptops and tablets for students to use in the classroom and at home.

  5. Pool chemical leak sends 35 YMCA campers and counselors to area hospitals

    Anne Arundel County fire officials say a mechanical malfunction involving pool chemicals at a YMCA camp sickened 35 people.