COVID-19's impact on special education

As so many head back to school amid a pandemic, certain families are facing extra layers of difficulty in finding a "new normal." FOX 26 anchor Kaitlin Monte examines the impact COVID-19 restrictions are having on special education.

Back to school roundtable

Heading back to the classroom is marked by fear and frustration for some. So FOX 26 anchor Sally MacDonald sat down with a pediatrician, parent, and therapist to talk about the school year, the expectations, and how to manage them.

Teachers get creative with online learning

Online teaching is not the same as getting up in front of a room of kids and commanding their attention. FOX 26's Damali Keith shows us how teachers are learning to meet the challenge online.

Nurses arrange wedding ceremony for coronavirus patient at San Antonio Hospital

Methodist Healthcare System via Storyful - Nurses at a San Antonio hospital went above and beyond for a coronavirus patient in their care. Carlos Munoz and his fiance Grace were married in a special ceremony this month arranged by nurse Matt Holdridge Who heard their wedding had been canceled because Carlos was on life support.

Forca SC

Vanessa Price launches a new soccer academy in Houston, Forca SC.

Time management tool

Circle is one way parents can control what their children see and hear on the internet, but it can also help everyone in the family with time management.

Rebound and Recover, Friday August 14

This week's FOX 26 in Focus looks at how Houstonians are redesigning their home spaces and the future of office space as the pandemic continues to affect our lives, a Krav Maga gym teaching people self-defense shows us how they are protecting their clients from COVID-19, A couple in Spring invents a better way to hug seniors and Heather Sullivan reveals how a builder is helping with mortgage payments.

Redesigning and remodeling for the future

Homeowners and businesses are looking to redesign the spaces where they live, work, and play during the coronavirus pandemic. Houston businesses are helping create new space or find different ways to use current rooms.

Redesigning for the future

The coronavirus pandemic has certainly changed the way we live, work and play, at home and now Houstonians are looking at ways to redesign their homes and offices fir the future.