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!
One family is praying for the family of a man who was killed in front of a tire shop in northeast Houston.
Surveillance video captures a horrific attack as a man is shot to death on Lockwood Drive right in front of a family.
LaPorte residents are no longer urged to stay inside due to a chemical leak.
A Houston mother and son were charged with operating a sex trafficking ring and have both been sentenced but one of the victims is still missing, and her mother is frustrated with the light sentencing.
The last time Tiana Hogue saw her 14-year-old daughter Brittany Shante Robinson was more than 11 years ago. Brittany was excited about spending the weekend with her dad and running out of the door at her home in Mobile, Alabama.
Some Houston parents hope you can help bring them a bit of peace this holiday season as FOX 26's Damali Keith tells us they are mom's and dad's to kids who have been killed an heir killers haven't been brought to justice.
A 16-year-old in facing numerous charges following an early morning police chase that ended with a deadly result.
Some Houston high school students with a passion for playing instruments are sharing the special art with elementary and middle school students in the area.
Some of Houston's finest went to work instead of being with family this Thanksgiving. However, some area firefighters were able to do both, suit up and spend Thanksgiving with loved ones, thanks to kindhearted Houstonians who hope to inspire you this holiday season.
Several residents at one senior community are getting help from members of the Houston City Council.