Damali Keith joined the FOX 26 family more than a decade ago. She delivers reports for weekday newscasts. Since making Houston home, Damali has been involved in countless community outreach programs. Some of the issues important to her are empowering women, combating domestic abuse and anything to do with protecting children and promoting strong families. She's originally from Wayne, MI. Her journey as a journalist has taken her from her first TV Reporting job in Owensboro, KY to Evansville, IN with a stop in Memphis, TN before arriving at FOX 26 here in Houston in July 2000. When she isn't working, you'll find her at any given park, playground, (restaurant or shopping mall) with her daughter. She loves books, music, LAUGHING & God (but not in that order). One of her latest loves? Coming into the computer age!
A 15-year-old who went to a Dallas Mavericks game with her dad was taken and sold into sex trafficking.
A man and his dog are dead after they were attacked in their own backyard by their neighbor's two dogs who came through a hole in the fence.
"No Trafficking Zone" President Jacquelyn Aluotto led a collective effort for turning NRG in Houston into what’s called a “No Trafficking Zone” to try to keep what happened at the Mavericks game from happening here.
The third murder trial for Antonio “AJ” Armstrong Jr., who is accused of murdering his parents as a teen in 2016, will remain in Harris County. His first two trials ended in hung juries.
A lawsuit was filed after 13 women claimed a Houston custodian gave them incurable STDs by peeing in the water bottles at an office building.
The tornado snapped so many power poles utility crews haven’t been able to get to all of them. So poles and power lines are still littering a number of roads in Deer Park.
Lisa Coleman, 58, who law enforcement officials dubbed the “high-heeled hijacker” appeared in court Monday morning as we spoke with one of her alleged victims.
Congresswoman Shelia Jackson Lee was joined by local leaders announcing their support for H.R. 61
A group of moms and a prosecutor are partnering to spread a message to kids and parents about the dangers of fentanyl.
Steppin' Back in Time exhibit shows how Black-owned newspapers have done much more than document current events and the role they play in history.