Mark Berman has worked at FOX 26 for 32 years, three decades of those as Sports Director. Mark has had a reputation for years for constantly scooping the competition. Year after year, Mark consistently has been the guy to get the hottest sports stories in town.
He was born in Houston and grew up in Hempstead. He graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications. Before coming to KRIV, he worked as a weekend anchor/reporter at KOSA-TV and then as a sports director for KIKK radio. He became the weekend sports anchor/reporter at KRIV in 1986 and in 1988 became the Sports Director, the position he has held since that time. Mark is married and has two children and one grandson. His daughter, Jessica Berman, is a news producer at FOX 26 Houston.
Astros manager Dusty Baker said Friday the team now has eight pitchers staying away from their spring training camp in West Palm Beach, Fla. due to health and safety protocols.
Jamey Rootes, who has been president of the Houston Texans franchise since 2005, has left the organization after resigning.
"First and foremost, I want to say thank you to the city, to the fans, to all my teammates, to everybody who I’ve known along the way who’s had a special impact on my life," Springer said during an interview Friday on Zoom with FOX 26 Sports.
David Culley, the Ravens assistant head coach/passing game coordinator in charge of Baltimore’s receivers, will be named the next head coach of the Houston Texans.
Sources tell FOX 26 that the Houston Astros have retained free-agent outfielder Michael Brantley, with a two-year deal worth $32 million.
This has been a difficult time for the Houston Texans organization and nobody understands that more than Cal McNair, the franchise’s chairman and CEO.
One of the highest-ranked unsigned running backs in the nation in the 2021 class, Alton McCaskill from Oak Ridge High School in Conroe, announced Thursday he has chosen to play for the University of Houston and actually signed his National Letter of Intent with UH last month.
The Houston Texans will name Nick Caserio, the New England Patriots director of player personnel, as their new general manager.
Cal McNair, Texans chairman and CEO, has put together an impressive ad-hoc committee of consultants to help him and the Texans find a new general manager and head coach.
Kenyon Martin Sr., who played 15 years in the NBA, could not be more proud and happy that his son, KJ, is following in his footsteps.