From the office of Susan McEldoon, KHOU 11 President and General Manager

It is with mixed feelings that I share with you that Greg Hurst is leaving KHOU 11.

During his 18 years at KHOU, Greg has consistently delivered a high level of professionalism, preparation and passion to his anchoring duties.

Greg’s commitment to quality journalism often took him outside of the news studio and into the field. He’s reported live from the Gulf war battle field of Iraq, from national political conventions and he’s interviewed former presidents and other high-profile news makers during his tenure at the station.

When it comes to covering breaking news, Greg is one of the best in the business. He’s the consummate professional who takes great pride in doing his homework and being as prepared as possible to cover any major event, whether it be a hurricane or a plant explosion. Greg provided our viewers with the context and backstory they needed to help them make sense of a breaking news story.

He’s also been very active in “Standing for Houston” through his community outreach efforts. He volunteers his time to support many non-profit organizations in our area.

Greg’s last day at KHOU will be this Friday. He is excited about starting this next chapter of his life and we want to wish him the very best with his next endeavor.