Rashi Vats, a native of Houston, is so happy to be back home! She joined the FOX 26 News team in August 2013. Rashi comes to FOX from KBTX, the CBS affiliate in Bryan/College Station, where she served as the weekend anchor and reporter for two years. She was also a reporter for KRIS and KZTV in Corpus Christi and KXII in Sherman, Texas. Before moving to the Brazos Valley, Rashi reported for KXII in Sherman, TX. Rashi is a graduate of Texas Christian University, where she earned a Bachelor's of Science degree in broadcast journalism from the Schieffer School of Journalism. She also minored in business at TCU. In the summer of 2007, she interned for CBS Evening News in New York and was chosen as an International Radio and Television Society (IRTS) 2007 Summer Fellow. Right before moving to New York City, Rashi was overseas where she interned at the CBS London Bureau in the spring of 2007. She is always looking to tell stories that matter to you and your community.
Courage of strength, and push for change are two things rising from Simone Bile’s unexpected withdrawal from the Tokyo Olympics due to mental health issues.
We are getting a better understanding and the impact of Simone Biles bowing out unexpectedly from the Tokyo Olympics.
An alarming study finds that Pfizer vaccine is not as effective against the Delta variant.
A three-day march in Texas is being planned in hopes to move the voting protection bills in Congress that currently are stalled in the Senate.
A local Houston woman shared her story about leaving Cuba 60 years ago in hopes it will shed light on how Cubans in America feel about the island according to her.
The people against the oppressive communist regime in Cuba are taking to the streets in droves to protest the government, which they say, has oppressed them for more than 60 years.
Harris County is at its lowest Covid case and death rate since the start of the pandemic, but experts say we are not in the clear.
Houstonians are handing out necessities and meals to first responders working tirelessly in Surfside, Florida to find the more than 100 still missing after the deadly condominium collapse.
The study suggested pandemic-related lockdowns reduced opportunities for exercise while boosting the amount of time spent in front of screens.
A local teacher is at Memorial Hermann’s burn unit after a freak cooking accident. Now with first, second and third degree burns, she is hoping to spread a message to anyone who cooks.