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!
Testimony has ended in the Derek Chauvin murder trial and Chauvin chose not to take the stand. George Floyd's loved ones react.
One woman’s daily jog ended with her calling the sheriff’s office for help.
The wife of a former NFL player who's battling ALS is offering support to loved ones who are also caregivers.
Many who have been vaccinated are booking "Vacci-cations" but there are pandemic travel restrictions you need to know before you book your vacation.
A friend and former co-worker of the Bryan mass shooting suspect speaks out.
A single mom and her three children are surprised with new furniture after losing everything during the February freeze.
A Northeast Houston couple has discovered they're sharing their house with an entire colony of bats.
Forget student loan debt. Teams of students at the University of Houston are helping raise money for scholarships for other college students.
The Sugar Land 95, 95 deceased African Americans buried more than 100 years ago by a Sugar Land school, is helping highlight history that some had no idea existed, which is shining a new light on race relations today.
This week is STAAR testing for most area students. Are kids allowed to take the test at home? What if parents don't feel safe sending their virtual learner into the school building?