Ivory Hecker, FOX26Houston

Ivory Hecker


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Past articles by Ivory:

Last person to see missing 6-year-old boy also missing, family says

A strange update in the disappearance of a 6-year-old boy. The last person who saw him has now gone missing too, according to his family. → Read More

Coyote population ‘booming’ in Houston, says biologist

Residents of Acres Homes in Houston say a bad coyote problem has led to the death of one man’s dog. Neighbors say the many wooded areas of Acres Homes tend to attract more wildlife. → Read More

Sonar being used in search for missing Houston woman Erica Hernandez

The search continues for Erica Hernandez, who was missing since mid-April. Officials tell us about the technology they're using to aid in finding any trace of her or the black SUV she was driving when she disappeared. → Read More

July trial could reveal how, why 4-year-old Maleah Davis died

Tuesday marked marks the second anniversary in the disappearance of 4-year-old Maleah Davis in southwest Houston. She was later found dead in Arkansas, and many are still waiting for justice in her case. → Read More

Video shows controversial Houston traffic stop for driving in left lane

The video shows media personality Quentin Jiles getting cited for driving in the left lane Thursday. He hit record on his cell phone as the officer walked up to his window. → Read More

Storm takes down trees, power lines in Montgomery County

Strong winds left storm damage north of Conroe Friday evening. → Read More

Debate continues over 'Constitutional Carry' bill's impact on women, minorities

A bill that would allow Texans to carry a gun without a license is one stop closer to becoming law. House Bill 1927 now heads to the Texas Senate where it could be approved or rejected. → Read More

Street racing death a part of growing problem in Houston, police say

Illegal street racing turned deadly Wednesday on Richmond Avenue in Houston. It’s part of a problem that’s been trending in the wrong direction in the past year, according to Houston Police Traffic Crimes Task Force Sgt. F. Gomez. → Read More

Police investigating road rage in Houston's Chinatown

Houston police are looking for a suspect in an apparent road rage incident that’s now trending on social media. → Read More

Constables deliver water to Houstonians still waiting on plumbing repairs

Many Houstonians are still without water three weeks after the winter storm moved across the state of Texas. → Read More

Thursday marks one year of COVID-19 in Texas

Thursday marks one year since the first presumptive positive COVID-19 case was reported in Fort Bend County. We take a look back. → Read More

Governor’s lifted mandates mean little to many in Montgomery Co. who weren’t following them

Residents and business owners in Montgomery County discuss the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions in Texas. → Read More

Bush Literacy Foundation working to fix literacy ‘crisis’ in Houston

One in three adults in Houston can't read past a 6th grade-level. On this National Read Across America Day, the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation talks about ways their working to improve literacy rates. → Read More

Texans grapple with what to do with frost damaged palms, plants

Two weeks after the Texas deep freeze, millions of trees and shrubs are left dead, and some are clinging to life. → Read More

JJ Watt leaves behind a legacy off the field for the city of Houston

JJ Watt is leaving the Texans and leaving behind quite a legacy, having impacted a lot of lives off the field. → Read More

TxDOT advises drivers stay home as roads could get icy

TxDOT and Houston-area residents are preparing for the icy conditions expected ahead. → Read More

Scammers target people looking for stimulus checks

How you can protect yourself and your loved ones from COVID-19 stimulus check scams. → Read More

‘Operation Washout’ leads to 123 arrests in Galveston County

U.S. Marshals say the arrests include suspected murderers, sexual predators, and robbers. → Read More

El Campo babysitter charged with capital murder of baby

A Wharton County woman has been charged with the murder of a 19-month-old baby girl. → Read More

Unemployment claims at highest since August

Unemployment claims in the State of Texas have gone up again as many work to stay employed during the pandemic. → Read More