Maria Salazar, FOX26Houston

Maria Salazar

FOX26Houston

Houston, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Maria:

Behind the scenes of HCSO's sex trafficking sting operation that led to 32 arrests

“They have been so conditioned and brainwashed by these individual pimps that are trafficking them that it's also a freeze in place type situation,” said Commander Chris Sandoval with HCSO. → Read More

Houston mother warns about dangerous prank after her son was injured

She says they told her son it was a challenge to see who could jump the highest. As her son jumps, the boys on either side of him kick his feet from under him. Her son falls and hits his head on the floor. → Read More

Man wearing gas mask on plane starts panic, has to be escorted off flight

The flight was delayed an hour, according to a passenger. Those on the plane became panicked and the man eventually had to be escorted off the plane. → Read More

Business owners get first look at damage after deadly explosion in northwest Houston

Two family-owned businesses in Northwest Houston are counting their blessings after a deadly explosion happened directly across the street. → Read More

How human traffickers are recruiting victims in a digital age

Experts describe the way human traffickers typically target kids or teens as pretty subtle. It can happen in schools, at the mall, or anywhere. However, nowadays, it most commonly begins with just one click, like, or friend request. → Read More

Man runs in Chevron Houston Marathon for the 5th time

Chris Poldoian works as a sommelier at Camerata at Paulie’s in Montrose. And, since getting into the hospitality industry, running became more important than ever. → Read More

Texas politicians, law enforcement agencies respond to US killing of Iranian general

Texas Senator Ted Cruz, Congresswoman Sheila Jackson-Lee, Congressman Dan Crenshaw and Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo share their thoughts on the assassination of Iranian Gen. Soleimani. → Read More

Police searching for suspect who shot and killed grandmother inside her home

A church community is coming together to comfort each other after 78-year-old Owena McHenry was killed inside her home in southeast Houston. → Read More

Harris County Fire Marshal discusses the potential dangers of fireworks

Harris County Fire Marshals Office is hoping it won’t be the busiest night for them and first responders. → Read More

Man suspected of killing ex-girlfriend answering text messages, active on social media

There are new developments involving the man suspected of killing his ex-girlfriend on Christmas Eve as she was celebrating her birthday. → Read More

Ways to cope with 'holiday blues' this season

Signs you may be experiencing "holiday blues" include fatigue, losing interest in activities you normally enjoy, trouble making decisions or concentrating, withdrawing from friends and family, anger, irritability, and sadness. → Read More

Ways to cope with 'holiday blues' this season

Signs you may be experiencing "holiday blues" include fatigue, losing interest in activities you normally enjoy, trouble making decisions or concentrating, withdrawing from friends and family, anger, irritability, and sadness. → Read More

Dangerous flooding, water rescues continue after Imelda

The dangerous flooding continues in parts of northeast Harris County. → Read More

Drivers feeling relief after being stuck for hours amid street flooding

Conditions are finally improving slowly around Winnie. However, some drivers are just feeling the relief after being stuck on I-10 for more than 12 hours. → Read More

Houston police officer walks for the first time since being shot multiple times

Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo recalls the frightening, chaotic Thursday night, when a 29-year-old officer was shot multiple times by a carjacking suspect. → Read More

Priest accounts attack by carjackers who shot cop

A Houston priest believes it was divine intervention that saved him from being shot by a group of carjackers who went on a chaotic crime spree. → Read More

Former Dickinson High School athlete hospitalized due to vaping illness

A young man from Dickinson is recovering in the hospital after vaping nearly killed him. → Read More

Former Dickinson High School athlete hospitalized due to vaping illness

A young man from Dickinson is recovering in the hospital after vaping nearly killed him. → Read More

Galveston woman hopes to reopen case into her mother's murder 30 years ago

For nearly 30 years, Amanda Ponder has been searching for answers into her mother’s murder. → Read More

Special education students at Clear Creek ISD without bus transportation

For Michelle Hudson and her daughter-in-law, everyday has been a challenge to figure out who can pick up her grandson from school. → Read More