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!
According to a Pew Research Study, several million voters across the country did not cast ballots in 2016 because they didn't have a way to get there. This year, there are several free options to get you to the polls.
State Rep. Shawn Thierry has written a letter to HISD Interim Superintendent Dr. Grenita Lathan asking for the district to give parents a choice to have their kids school work graded regularly or modify grading guidelines to include a Pass/Fail option this semester.
Memorial Hermann Hospital RN Terri Hallford has been holding hands with, talking to, and being there for COVID19 patients, some as they take their last breath and this Registered Nurse's compassion isn't going unnoticed.
The amazing little house was built by Kingwood Park students as part of Humble ISD's Big Heroes, Tiny Homes program.
A Houston woman who was hospitalized with COVID-19 thought being discharged to go home meant she was on the mend. She soon learned, while physically she was getting better, mentally, severe COVID-19 symptoms were just beginning.
The teachers who called out believe in-school instruction right now is unsafe for them and students.
“The guy who was shot was like not even a half a foot away. He was literally centimeters away from me.”
12-year-old Ava McGil created the game Money Madness to help kids learn how to save money.
HISD students returned to their school campuses for in-person classes after months of virtual learning.
LAMIK Beauty owner started her own makeup company when she was just 21-years-old. Now she's receiving a grant and mentorship through Stacy's Rise Project.