Abigail Dye

Abigail Dye

Reporter

Abigail Dye is a journalist with a passion for crime and justice. She comes to FOX26 after spending two years as a crime reporter at KOKI in Tulsa, Oklahoma. There, she covered numerous crime stories including the St. Francis mass shooting.

Abigail graduated from the University of Cincinnati, and during her time as a student, she interned for KNBC in Los Angeles. In that role, she fell in love with hard news and investigative reporting. After graduating she returned to her hometown Columbus, Ohio to start her career. There, she worked on the digital team at WSYX before moving to Tulsa.

In her free time, Abigail can be found watching football, playing with her dog Apache or at the gym. She’s a bit of a workaholic who has a passion for holding criminals - and the justice system they go through - accountable. She’s excited to be living in Houston and feels honored by the opportunity to tell stories here.

The latest from Abigail Dye

Lost fur-baby frenzy: BARC warns of scammers going after pet owners

Amidst the chaos of Hurricane Beryl's recovery, BARC is alerting pet owners to a surge in scam attempts. Scammers posing as BARC or animal control are contacting owners of lost pets, demanding money for fake veterinary expenses. BARC emphasizes they do not request payments over the phone, urging pet owners to stay vigilant and follow the proper guidelines for recovering their furry friends.