Robert Maxwell works with KXAN’s investigative reporting team to hold the powerful accountable and reveal injustices that make a difference for you and your family.
This longtime journalist continues to break a number of significant stories around Central Texas. They include revelations managers at Austin’s 911 call center cut back staff overtime hours to save money. The decision resulted in longer wait times for callers.
After the October 2013 floods, Robert revealed concerns in the local emergency response system. Robert also investigated service complaints into a Central Texas ambulance company. He discovered the provider repeatedly failed state inspections and regularly required help from neighboring EMS agencies. Links to Robert’s reporting are in the Investigates section of KXAN.com.
Robert joined the KXAN team in March 2012 as co-anchor of KXAN News Today before being promoted to 9pm news anchor on Austin’s CW and reporter on KXAN News at 10. He also fills in for main anchor Robert Hadlock. Robert honed his journalism skills in major cities in Canada before expanding his role to anchoring and reporting positions in Florida and Utah. His reporting work has been seen on CNN and other national networks.
Other significant contributions from Robert’s 20 years as a broadcast journalist include a report that led to reforms in how law enforcement is trained in upholding state concealed handgun licensing laws. Another revealed public employees selling fake documents at a driver license office.
In his free time, you’ll find Robert scaling local rock climbing walls and mountain bike trails, exploring Austin’s live music venues and Hill Country wineries. He’s also devoted time to Big Brothers Big Sisters and other charitable groups.
Email Robert your story tips to firstname.lastname@example.org.