Natalie Hee is thrilled to join FOX 26 News as a reporter in her hometown. Before starting at FOX 26, Natalie was a reporter at KIAH-TV, the CW affiliate in Houston. She has also reported at WDSU-TV, the NBC affiliate in New Orleans, and KXAN-TV, the NBC affiliate in Austin, Texas, where she began her news career. Natalie has covered a number of breaking news and weather stories including the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, along with the controversial shooting deaths of Alton Sterling and former NFL players Will Smith and Joe McKnight. Like many families in Houston, Natalie is an "oil baby." Born in Malaysia to a family of ex-pats, she spent majority of her childhood moving around every three years, before her family settled in The Woodlands in 2003. She’s a graduate of The John Cooper School in The Woodlands and an alumna of The University of Texas at Austin. Natalie is a proud Longhorn and honorary LSU Tigers fan -- Hook 'em Horns and Geaux Tigers! Her family’s nomadic lifestyle has also given Natalie the opportunity to travel to countries all across the world. She dreams to one day step foot on all seven continents -- including Antarctica! When she’s not working or traveling, Natalie enjoys perusing for new restaurants and cuisines, listening to live music, dancing, karaokeing, shopping, playing volleyball, binge-watching TV shows and trying to be artsy. Natalie is a member of the Asian American Journalists Association and the Texas Exes Houston Chapter. Natalie looks forward to meeting and serving the great people of Houston.
It was a glamorous Tuesday evening at the Hilton Americas Downtown as the Who's Who in Houston sports strutted down the red carpet dressed to impress for the 3rd Annual Houston Sports Awards.
A number of Heights neighborhood businesses claim there’s been an increase in the number of break-ins. Some owners said enough is being done to address the growing problem.
Houston ISD’s new, all-female board of trustees held its first meeting Thursday after four newly elected trustees were sworn in earlier that afternoon. At the swearing-in Thursday afternoon, Bellaire High School was brought up several times as board members worked to honor the memory of Cesar Cortes.
In an emotional address to the crowd, on behalf of his family, Dylan Cortes thanked the hundreds of friends and community members gathered at Evelyn’s Park Wednesday evening to honor his brother, 19-year-old Cesar Cortes.
Emotions were high as students and parents waited for answers from school authorities after a student was shot to death. Bellaire High School parents said they did not receive much communication from the district.
Mattress Mack, along with other diehard fans, were in disbelief at the Astros’ decision to fire Luhnow and Hinch. The MLB issued a one-year-suspension for both.
A woman living with Parkinson’s disease for the last decade will be running in the Chevron Houston Marathon in less than two weeks.
According to Harris County deputies, an off-duty HPD officer witnessed an armed robbery attempt when she and the suspect were in the customer service line.
Klein ISD confirms an explosion occurred at Klein Forest High School.
The Galveston County Health District says a woman has died while being treated for E-cigarette or Vaping Associated Lung Injury (EVALI).