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.
According to data from the Texas Department of State Health Services, the seven-day average of new confirmed COVID-19 cases has been going up since early July and is now back to where it was in early May.
Dozens of Clear Creek ISD students now have their first jobs post-graduation and it's with HCA Houston healthcare. FOX 26 Houston's Natasha Geigel has the full story!
Houston police are investigating a drive-by shooting that left multiple people injured while they were at a bar on Washington Avenue.
Two Houston police officers are in stable condition and two other drivers are hospitalized in unknown condition after a crash on the Gulf Freeway.
According to the Houston Police Department, the man walked up to the scene where officers were conducting a traffic stop, he had an exchange with police, and then he pulled out a gun and fired at least one shot.
We have dealt with many shortages in the last year. Now, your wedding or event may not feature the blooms of your dreams due to a shortage of flowers worldwide.
The purpose of Thursday’s rally is a call for justice for Pamela Turner, two years after her death.
A Houston-based business is working to help you take your special event to the next level!
AKC Reunite, the largest non-profit pet identification and recovery service provider in the United States announced its donation of an AKC Pet Disaster Relief trailer to the Brazoria County Office of Emergency Management.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner will announce the implementation of key recommendations submitted by the Mayor's Task Force on Policing Reform.