An Associate Producer for The CW39 Newsfix, Natalie is a December 2017 graduate of Stephen F Austin State University having received her Bachelor of Arts in Radio/Television Broadcasting and Public Relations. While in school, Natalie worked as a reporter and lead anchor for the Nacogdoches community channel, worked part-time as a radio host for KSAU 90.1, and served as campus coordinator and editor-in-chief of the SFASU chapter of Her Campus Media magazine- the #1 new-media brand for the empowered college woman. She is also a former intern at Houston’s ABC13. In her spare time, you can find Natalie at YogaOne Studios, shopping, or traveling…her favorite place, so far, being to Israel.

Recent Articles
  • Rockets honor area police, fire personnel on Patriot Day

    HOUSTON— For the fifth straight year, the Houston Rockets held a company-wide day of service to honor area police and fire departments in remembrance of the brave efforts by first responders in September 11, 2001. The Rockets and Toyota Center staff made their rounds to all 92 Houston area fire stations and local police patrol divisions to distribute tickets to the next Rockets game, along with sweet Rockets gear. We salute you, patriots!

  • Texas City cancels school due to flooding, flash flooding in Dickinson

    HOUSTON — Overnight rain showed no mercy in parts of the Houston area Tuesday morning. Estimated rainfall totals are near 6 inches in Dickinson, causing street flooding and bus delays to school. With 9 inches of rain and counting in Texas City, the area experienced flash flooding into the streets and some homes. The flooding and high water has become a larger issue, forcing Texas City ISD to cancel classes Tuesday. The College of the Mainland is also closed for […]

  • Monday marks beginning of National Suicide Prevention Week

    HOUSTON — September 10 is  World Suicide Prevention Day, marking the start of National Suicide Prevention Week. According to the World Health Organization, 800,000 people by die suicide globally. That’s one person every 40 seconds annually. Suicide rates in the U.S have risen 25% in the last 20 years, and in the past decade, suicide rates among people ages 10 to 17 have increased by more than 70%. National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential […]

  • Four arrested in overnight raid of alleged meth compound with Mexican drug cartel ties in San Jacinto County, deputies say 

    HOUS TON — A suspected meth compound with alleged ties to the Mexican drug cartel was raided under the dark of night Wednesday near the Cleveland area, according to the San Jacinto County Sheriff’s Office. The SWAT operation resulted in the arrest of four suspects: Monica Rodriguez-Tover, 43, Reymundo Casas, 17, Samantha Casas, 21, and Jose Angel Maranon Sr., 57. All four suspects are accused of manufacturing meth and selling the drugs to inmates at the San Jacinto County Jail. Investigators […]

  • Tropical Storm Gordon expected to strengthen before second landfall late Tuesday

    HOUSTON — The clock is ticking until Tropical Storm Gordon makes its second landfall. This time, as a hurricane. Gordon is moving quickly though the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to hit cities along the coast of Mississippi and Alabama as a category one hurricane late Tuesday into early Wednesday. A voluntary evacuation has been ordered in Grand Isle, Louisiana, Mayor David Camardelle announced on the town’s Facebook page on Monday. Residents along the coast line should not let […]

  • Texans prepare for regular season opener

    It’s getting real, and it’s getting close! The Texans are preparing to take on the New England Patriots for their regular season opener on Sunday, September 9th. On Saturday, locker-room talk consisted of one player on the opposing team… “I mean he’s a great quarterback,” Texans linebacker Benardrick McKinney says of Tom Brady, quarterback for the New England Patriots. “Some unbelievable things he do on the field.” Texans Safety Tyrann Mathieu says they’re hands are going to be full. “We […]

  • Toddler in critical condition after nearly drowning in backyard pool of Spring home, deputies say

    SPRING, Texas — A 2-year-old boy was rushed to the hospital after being found at the bottom of a swimming pool Thursday afternoon. The toddler was found in a backyard swimming pool on Lone Elm Drive in Spring when his mother became distracted for a short period of time, the Harris County Pct. 4 Constable’s Office said. When deputies arrived on scene, the mother was performing CPR on the child. “[The mother] was outside in the back with the child, […]

  • One Year Later: Founder of Out Cast Charters reflects on Hurricane Harvey rescues

    HOUSTON — One year after Hurricane Harvey put Houston under water, Captain Michael “Sharky” Marquez— founder of Out Cast Charters— reflects on what it was like to float through Houston saving lives. One of the first stops on Captain Sharky’s list was a Dickinson Apartment Complex, where cars could be seen floating in a parking garage and first floor units quickly filled with water, forcing residents to climb upstairs and then sit anxiously before being rescued. But now, about 365 […]

  • Houston City Council honors Post Oak Little League team

    HOUSTON — No matter the outcome, the Post Oak Little League players are winners at home! Houston City Council honored the team Monday and the boys’ efforts toward making it to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The team’s journey came to an end after a heartbreaking 7-6 loss to Peachtree City, Georgia in extra innings. Way to go team!

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