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.
Over 270 passengers are still waiting to disembark the Coral Princess cruise ship after it docked in Miami over the weekend. At least 12 onboard tested positive for COVID-19, and so far three of them have passed away.
Due to the stay at home order most crimes are down in our area, but officials say because of that order there is a rise in domestic violence incidents.
All the CDC guidelines that are in place are to keep us safe during the coronavirus pandemic, unfortunately, mean staying apart even if your loved one has passed away.
Two college students who recently lost their jobs decided to use their free time to design t-shirts with 100 percent of the proceeds going to charity.
Just because new symptoms associated with coronavirus have been discovered, doesn’t mean the virus is mutating.
The latest numbers show that 8 first responders in Harris County have tested positive for the Coronavirus, others have been tested, but we are waiting on those results.
The Phoenix on Westheimer started serving meals today for those in the restaurant business who lost their jobs due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Fox 26 got a chance to speak with some of the people who came out to pick up their meal.
Officials have been warning the public to not panic and to follow the guidelines to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, but that isn’t stopping residents from taking matters into their hands and pushing gun sales through the roof.
About 3,900 people are experiencing homelessness in our area, and they are considered one of our most vulnerable populations when it comes to the spread of COVID-19.
As more and more cases of COVID-19 are being reported in the Greater Houston area, our first responders are the ones that jump into action, putting themselves at risk for contracting the virus.