Crime and Justice Reporter
Deven Clarke was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He attended Howard University in Washington, D.C., where he developed a passion for journalism after being asked to fill in as a sports anchor for the university's student-run news program. Deven was the morning reporter at the FOX station in New Orleans, where he covered everything from severe weather to Mardi Gras and crawfish season. He also reported at WHBF-TV in Rock Island, Illinois, and WJAC-TV in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, where he was voted "Most Watched News Anchor." Deven couldn't be more excited to bring his reporting skills to KSAT 12, where he has covered major stories, including the impact Hurricane Harvey had on Texas and its residents. He enjoys meeting the wonderful people of the Alamo City, especially those who reached out to KSAT for help with problems that Deven was able to bring to light in his reports. When he's not reporting, Deven loves spending time outdoors, listening to live music and watching football.