Natalie Hee, FOX26Houston

Natalie Hee

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Recent:
  • FOX26Houston
  • FOX 7 Austin
  • Fox5NY
  • FOX 5 Atlanta
Past:
  • FOX 10 Phoenix
  • FOX 4 NEWS
  • FOX 5 DC
  • FOX 32 News
  • FOX 11 Los Angeles
  • FOX 29
  • FOX 2 Detroit
  • FOX 46 Charlotte

Recent articles by Natalie:

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

Hundreds march in Galveston to demand justice for man in controversial arrest

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

Hundreds march in Galveston to demand justice for man in controversial arrest

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

Hundreds march in Galveston to demand justice for man in controversial arrest

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

Democratic presidential debate puts TSU in national spotlight

The third Democratic presidential debate kicks off in Houston Thursday evening. The debate will take place at Texas Southern University, a historically black college. → Read More

DPS gets over $200 million to help shorten wait times

Governor Greg Abbott announced more than $200 million in additional funding for the Department of Public Safety to help shorten wait times for Texans getting their driver’s licenses. → Read More

Timeline: Trial begins for man accused of killing 6 members of the Stay family

HOUSTON - The man accused of murdering six members of a Spring family is set to face trial Monday morning. Ronald Lee Haskell, 39, is charged with multiple counts of capital murder for shooting and killing the Stay family in July of 2014. → Read More

Timeline: Trial begins for man accused of killing 6 members of the Stay family

HOUSTON - The man accused of murdering six members of a Spring family is set to face trial Monday morning. Ronald Lee Haskell, 39, is charged with multiple counts of capital murder for shooting and killing the Stay family in July of 2014. → Read More

Timeline: Trial begins for man accused of killing 6 members of the Stay family

HOUSTON - The man accused of murdering six members of a Spring family is set to face trial Monday morning.Ronald Lee Haskell, 39, is charged with multiple counts of capital murder for shooting and killing the Stay family in July of 2014. → Read More

Product designed to protect cars from floodwaters

It's a sight all too familiar in Houston-- vehicles stranded on deserted streets, destroyed after being inundated during a flooding event. → Read More

More police officers committing suicide in the United States

An increasing number of police officers across the country are taking their own lives. According to the National Fraternal Order of Police, so far in 2019, there have already been 124 law enforcement officers who have committed suicide. → Read More

More police officers committing suicide in the United States

An increasing number of police officers across the country are taking their own lives. According to the National Fraternal Order of Police, so far in 2019, there have already been 124 law enforcement officers who have committed suicide. → Read More

More police officers committing suicide in the United States

An increasing number of police officers across the country are taking their own lives. According to the National Fraternal Order of Police, so far in 2019, there have already been 124 law enforcement officers who have committed suicide. → Read More

Walmart reopens after store evacuated over bomb threat

HOUSTON (FOX 26) - Tense moments at a local Walmart after the entire store was evacuated Monday evening. This comes after Harris County Sheriff's Deputies say someone made a terroristic threat. → Read More

Hundreds in Houston, including concerned mothers, rally to end gun violence

HOUSTON (FOX 26) - In honor of the 31 lives lost in the El Paso and Dayton massacres, hundreds of volunteers with Mom's Demand Action rallied outside Houston City Hall Sunday evening. The group stood alongside prominent city officials calling lawmakers to pass sensible gun reform. The crowd chanted and held signs urging Senators to pass legislation approving universal background checks and red… → Read More

Police: Man, dog die after being hit by 13-year-old driver in southwest Houston

Authorities say a man and his dog died after a 13-year-old driver crashed into them in southwest Houston. → Read More

Houston Methodist neurologist warns of bad effects from binge-watching

For the first time, Americans now have more streaming services in their households than they do TVs. So, what does that mean for your health? → Read More

Firefighters say they're forced to work in vehicles with no A/C

HOUSTON (FOX 26) - During one of the hottest weeks of the summer, the firefighters union says more than two dozen Houston firetrucks have broken air conditioning units. In a letter addressed to the city of Houston Monday, the union is now calling on Mayor Sylvester Turner to fix the problem. → Read More