Natasha joined the Fox 26 family as a reporter in March 2016 and is proud to call Houston her new home! She come to us from News 12 Networks in New York City where she spent her mornings reporting traffic, and the rest of her shift as a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor. At News 12, she started two health and fitness segments for the weekend newscasts, and was later nominated for a New York Emmy award for her "Ready, Set, Fit" segments. Natasha is also a member of NAHJ. Natasha likes to spend her time salsa dancing, snowboarding, hitting the gym, playing with her two dogs, and of course spending time with her family. She is also a foodie, so any suggestions you have about great food in Houston please send them her way.
Every room she took us to was destroyed, walls knocked down, glass scattered about every inch of the house, and the furniture left in ruins. Through it all, Mary has remained positive since she realizes it could have been a lot worse.
This partnership is the first of its kind and they are hoping to train drivers in the ride-sharing service on what to look out for with the passengers they pick up.
The Hilton family is trying to come to terms with the loss of their home after a fire because they just recently got back on their feet after losing everything during Hurricane Harvey.
The Houston Health Department conducted a survey and found that 43 percent of families in Fifth Ward has a cancer diagnosis.
Barbers Hill ISD responds to the ongoing controversy surrounding a senior and his dreadlocks.
A school board meeting was held at Barbers Hill ISD headquarters where the family and supporters of De’Andre Arnold came out to let the district know they are crossing the line by forcing De’Andre to cut his dreadlocks.
The Coast Guard and the National Transportation Safety Board are still investigating the collision. They said it could be a few days before they know the cause.
Madison High School gained national attention a few months ago when its principal, Carlotta Outley Brown, implemented a dress code for parents coming to the school. Some parents, like Johnson, felt what they saw in the video shows a double standard.
The Navasota community is upset when photos surfaced of an emaciated horse trapped with barbed wire around one of its legs. Other horses in the community are also in poor condition.
A cold front is expected to come in Friday evening, lasting through early Saturday morning.