Kevin Frey is a Washington-based reporter for Spectrum News, covering North Carolina’s congressional delegation. He also files reports for other Spectrum television priorities across the country, including NY1 and Bay News 9.
Kevin previously served as the political reporter for WAFB-TV, the CBS affiliate in Baton Rouge, La. While at WAFB, he reported from Cuba while covering the governor’s weeklong economic development trip to Havana. He also covered the deadly shooting ambush on Baton Rouge police and the historic 2016 floods that rocked much of South Louisiana.
One of the most eye-opening stories he’s ever done took him to Louisiana’s Angola Prison, where he interviewed convicted murderers who could be impacted by prison reform efforts at the State Capitol.
Born and raised in Lancaster, Pa., Kevin first got his feet wet in the journalism field during an internship with WGAL-TV, the NBC affiliate in his hometown. He also interned with ABC News, Cox Media Group, and PBS Washington Week. Kevin graduated summa cum laude from The George Washington University with a degree in journalism and mass communication.
When he is not roaming the halls of Congress, you’ll find Kevin checking out the latest performances at the Kennedy Center or singing with a local choir.