Matthew Seedorff joined FOX 26 News in January of 2020 as a reporter. Before starting at FOX 26, Matthew was a reporter with WOAI/KABB in San Antonio, Texas. While in San Antonio, Matthew covered many national stories including Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Michael, tornadoes in Oklahoma, a mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, immigration controversy at the U.S. border with Mexico, and a mass shooting in Odessa. Prior to his time in San Antonio, Matthew was a reporter and evening anchor with KTWO-TV in Casper, Wyoming. In Wyoming, Matthew was recognized by the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters as the state’s Best News Reporter in 2016 and as the Best Breaking News Reporter in 2017.
Born and raised in Atlanta, GA, Matthew went to college at Auburn University and graduated from The George Washington University. At GWU, Matthew played on the school’s Division 1 baseball team. When he’s not working, Matthew enjoys spending time with family, friends, and his rescue dog named “Shy”. He can often times be found running, cycling, swimming, or training for an IRONMAN. Matthew is excited to stay and Texas, and to be close to his relatives in the Austin area. Matthew looks forward to exploring Houston and sharing your stories.
The video taken Friday night, shows a large crowd of people dancing and singing in a wave pool.
According to recent studies, some recovered COVID-19 patients are likely to have future issues with their brain, heart, lungs, and/or kidneys.
At Houston’s United Memorial Medical Center (UMMC), they continue to see more COVID-19 patients.
Inside the COVID-19 unit at UMMC, staff members recently had to add new hospital beds for Coronavirus patients. So far, they’ve successfully treated dozens of people with COVID-19. The hospital has gained national attention for its success.
We take a look at how one Houston hospital's ICU unit is treating COVID-19 patients and the tools doctors are using there.
In this FOX 26 special report, we take a look inside a Houston hospital's COVID-19 unit.
The march started at Discovery Green and went to City Hall. Many people in the large crowd were seen holding signs and wearing face coverings.
New video surfaced this weekend of people inside an open nightclub in downtown Houston. This comes days after Gov. Abbott ordered all Texas bars and nightclubs to close.
In press conferences, Harris County and Houston leaders emphasized the seriousness of the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
While the number of confirmed Coronavirus COVID-19 cases climbs across Texas, workers on the frontline are also becoming sick.