Natalie Hee, FOX26Houston

Natalie Hee

FOX26Houston

Houston, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Natalie:

Family of 90-year-old COVID-19 victim struggles with no goodbyes, contact

A 90-year-old woman who died of COVID-19 spent her final minutes alone due to being place on quarantine. Family members were told they were risking their lives by seeing her before she died. → Read More

Non-profit aims to help restaurant employees affected by COVID-19 crisis

Houston William Lim decided to shut down both of his Japanese restaurants on Richmond and cut back on staff. This came a day after Harris County officials enacted restrictions on restaurants in response to the COVID-19 crisis. → Read More

Man and his wife, two sons, pets found dead in home after apparent murder-suicide: FBCSO

At 4:19 a.m. on Sunday, the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office received a request for a welfare check concerning an adult male who may want to harm his family. → Read More

Texas sets date for Union Pacific to clean up Fifth Ward site

Union Pacific has now until August 31, 2020 to collect additional environmental data and come up with a cleanup plan. The railroad company will also be required to provide interim reports in the spring and summer, throughout their data-collection process. → Read More

Vatican sued over accused pedophile priest from Conroe

Court documents say both were children were molested and sexually abused by Manuel Antonio La Rosa-Lopez of Sacred Heart Church in Conroe. → Read More

Houston Fifth Ward residents want answers on cancer cluster

Last year, a study conducted by the Texas State Dept. of Health Services found higher than normal instances of cancer near the Kashmere Gardens neighborhood. The cancer clusters were associated with a former creosote facility, owned by Union Pacific. → Read More

Man talks about losing wife, son, and mother-in-law in deadly crash

A small prayer vigil is being held for the three generations lost in a fiery crash. → Read More

Officials reassure public coronavirus not a problem in Houston's Chinatown

Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo said local, state and federal authorities have already taken extra precautions to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Student battles through several brain surgeries on the path to becoming a doctor

Claudia Martinez was born with a brain condition with no known cure called Chiari malformation. Martinez went undiagnosed for 21 years, but after a car accident in 2011, she became symptomatic. It didn't stop her from attending medical school. → Read More

Vigil held for mother of 3 killed by her fiancé

On New Year’s Eve, 39-year-old Kendrick Akins proposed to Dominic Jefferson on Facebook live. He reportedly fatally shot the woman on Friday. → Read More

Effects of domestic violence far reaching as more victims are turned away from shelters

Alarming numbers show that more domestic violence victims are turned away from emergency shelters because of a lack of space. In November 2018, 58-year-old Maria Esmeralda realized her husband at the time was not the man she thought she’d married. → Read More

Houston pastor charged with sexually assaulting 13-year-old girl

Cain appeared in court Thursday as prosecutors read the accusations that he molested and raped a 13-year-old girl multiple times. He is charged with the first degree felony of continuous sexual abuse of a child and the second degree felony of sexual assault of a child between the ages of 14 and 17. → Read More

Educators discuss ways to tackle cyberbullying

From writing mean comments to sharing compromising pictures without someone’s permission, our devices have opened a whole new portal for cyberbullying. Parents and educators at Katy ISD spent Wednesday evening discussing ways to combat cyberbullying within their schools. → Read More

What do Houstonians hope will come from the impeachment inquiry?

Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced a formal impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump on Tuesday. This comes after allegations surfaced that Trump solicited Ukraine’s president to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter. → Read More

Patton Village under curfew until further notice

HOUSTON (FOX 26) - The city of Patton Village in Montgomery County has issued a mandatory curfew that goes into effect starting at 12 a.m. on Tuesday. The order comes after the Patton Village Police Department said they’ve received reports of looters preying on flood victims’ homes. → Read More

Residents across Galveston working to clean up, reminded of Harvey

Residents across Galveston County have been dealing with flooded streets in the neighborhoods for the last several days. → Read More

Imelda takes its toll on Matagorda County

Parts of Matagorda County are bracing for potentially more rainfall after they were one of the worst areas hit by Tropical Storm Imelda. → Read More

Houston has high water rescue vehicles on standby in case of flooding

HOUSTON (FOX 26) - As Tropical Depression Imelda continues to make its way inward, Houstonians are keeping a close eye and getting any supplies they may need to hunker down, if necessary. → Read More

Threat of heavy rain puts some residents on egde in Meyerland community

HOUSTON (FOX 26) - The threat of any rain event brings flashbacks for any residents who’ve had their home flooded before. → Read More

March takes place in Galveston after body cam footage of man being led by horse isn't released

GALVESTON, Texas - Hundreds of people marched through the streets of Galveston on Sunday, demanding justice for Donald Neely. Last month, Neely was arrested by two Galveston police officers on horseback and escorted through several blocks tied to a rope. His controversial arrest sparked outrage amongst civil rights activists across the country. → Read More