Curtis McCloud has been an investigative reporter with Spectrum News 13 since 2018.

He’s well-traveled, working in newsrooms all around the country, including Virginia, Tennessee; Washington, D.C.; and Georgia.

Curtis is a seasoned and award-winning investigative journalist who has gotten to cover some really cool stories. His favorite is probably a story about saving Cedar Grove, a historic African-American slave cemetery in Tennessee. Through a series of in-depth reports, Curtis help launch a region-wide initiative to clean up the forgotten cemetery. He took concerns to city and state leaders, who stepped in to help find out why this cemetery was forgotten and who was responsible for it. This is the kind of work Curtis has loved since he was in third grade, and he’s been crafting his skills ever since.

Curtis and his wife, Sydney, are both journalists, and have a toddler son and another boy on the way. When he’s not on air, he likes to try new restaurants — Curtis calls himself a foodie.

He loves a good kayak ride and his Orlando community.