Mark Berman To Retire From KRIV Houston

Anchor José Griñan To Retire From KRIV Houston

Anchor Jonathan Martin To Leave KRIV Houston

Jose Griñan Returns To KRIV Houston

KRIV Houston’s Newest Anchor Is A ‘Bonafide’ TikTok Star

Caroline Collins Joins KRIV Houston Anchor Desk

Caroline Collins Joins KRIV Houston As Anchor

Caroline Collins has joined Fox O&O KRIV Houston. Effective next month, she will anchor various station evening newscasts. Susan Schiller, station vice president and news director, said: “In this fast-paced world of digital platforms and on-air broadcasting, Caroline’s strong journalistic skills and ability to reach and serve our viewers on whatever platforms they consume news […]

Fox’s KRIV To Debut ‘Provocative’ New Show Called ‘The Nightcap’

KRIV Houston Debuts ‘The Nightcap’ On Oct. 10

Mike Iscovitz Promoted To Chief Meteorologist At KRIV Houston

Fox-owned KRIV Houston has bumped up Mike Iscovitz to chief meteorologist. He will remain on the station’s weekday morning shows from 4 a.m. through 10 a.m. on WakeUp! With Sally Mac and Lina and Houston’s Morning Show, as well as Fox 26 News @ Noon. Iscovitz will also continue his weekly livestream Mondays with Mike […]

Remeisha Shade Joins KRIV Houston As Evening Weather Anchor

Fox-owned KRIV Houston has hired Remeisha Shade as weekday evening weather anchor. Beginning in September, she will report the weather for the station’s weekday 5 p.m., 6 p.m., 9 p.m., and 10 p.m. newscasts. Shade joins Mike Iscovitz, Lena Maria Arango and John Dawson on the Gulf Coast Weather Authority team. Susan Schiller, KRIV vice […]

Sherman Desselle Joins KRIV Houston As Reporter

Sherman Desselle is the latest addition Fox O&O KRIV Houston’s news department. Beginning June 28, he will serve as a reporter and fill-in anchor. Most recently, Desselle was a weekend anchor and reporter for WDSU New Orleans. While there, he won an RTDNA Edward R. Murrow Award in Excellence in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for […]

Meteorologist Jim Siebert Leaves KRIV Houston

Stations Battle For Booming Houston’s New Arrivals

To be sure, Houston is in a good place these days. The oil industry that fuels the local economy is on solid footing and the region for years has worked to diversify its business portfolio, with the likes of health care, aerospace and the legal profession growing. And the competition among stations for news audiences is robust. ABC owns KTRK and Graham Media has NBC affiliate KPRC. Fox owns KRIV-KTXH, and Tegna has CBS outlet KHOU. Univision owns KXLN and Telemundo holds KTMD.

10 Houston Stations Launch NextGen TV

KTXH, KRIV, KIAH, KFTH, KXLN, KTRK, KPRC, KHOU, KTMD and KUHT are now broadcasting with ATSC 3.0 technology.

Lena Maria Arango Named KRIV Weekend Morning Meteorologist

Lena Maria Arango has been named weekend morning meteorologist at Fox-owned KRIV Houston. She will debut as weather anchor for Fox 26 News Weekend on Saturdays and Sundays on Sept. 4 and will also contribute to Houston’s Morning Show on weekday mornings. Arango will provide weather reports in both English and Spanish for the station’s digital […]

Wait, This Is Why Ivory Hecker Sabotaged Her Career?

KRIV Houston Fires Reporter Ivory Hecker For Going Off Script, Denies Her Allegations

KRIV Houston reporter Ivory Hecker on Monday went off script during a 5 p.m. broadcast, alleging that she is being muzzled by the network and will release secret recordings of “what goes on behind the scenes at Fox.” The station on Tuesday confirmed that she is no longer with Fox 26. A station spokesperson said: “This incident involves nothing more than a disgruntled former employee seeking publicity by promoting a false narrative produced through selective editing and misrepresentation.”

KRIV Reporter Starts Live Shot By Telling Viewers Fox is ‘Muzzling’ Her

KRIV Houston reporter Ivory Hecker started her live shot Monday by telling viewers that the station’s owner, Fox Corp., is muzzling her and she is releasing tapes to prove it. “I am going to be releasing some recordings about what goes on behind the scenes at Fox, because it applies to you, the viewers,” she said. “I found a nonprofit journalism group called Project Veritas that is going to help put that out tomorrow, so tune into them.” She then went on with her live shot.

KRIV Houston’s Isiah Carey Surprised With Mural

KRIV’s Rashi Vats Talks About Her Anchor Journey

KRIV To Debut “The NewsEdge Early Edition” At 6 P.M.

Fox-owned KRIV Houston (DMA 8) will debut The NewsEdge Early Edition at 6 p.m. on Sept. 14. The half-hour, weekday newscast will follow The Fox 26 News at 5 p.m. and precede TMZ. With this addition, KRIV will produce 10 hours of live, local news each weekday and 60 hours of local news per week, […]


Houston TV Stations Join Together In Inspirational Campaign

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Heather Sullivan Joins KRIV Houston’s News Team

Fox-owned KRIV Houston (DMA 8) has hired Heather Sullivan as a consumer reporter for Houston’s Morning Show and various station newscasts. She begins in February. Most recently, Sullivan was a business, consumer and political reporter for WWBT Richmond, Va. Prior to that, she was a national consumer correspondent for Raycom Media’s America Now syndicated show. […]

Down To The Wire Holds ’Em In DC, Houston

While national numbers for this year’s World Series were down from 2018, there were at least two markets where lots of folks were glued to their sets right to the dramatic end on Wednesday night — Houston and Washington where the games were seen on Fox O&Os. Game 6 on KRIV Houston drew a 31.2 among adults 25-54, while on WTTG Washington it delivered an 18.2. Game 7 on KRIV got a 32.0, while on WTTG it drew a 24.9 (the market’s highest rated sports program in the last 12 months, excluding the Super Bowl).

World Series Hits Homers In Home Towns

While national number for the first two games of the World Series have been down from last year’s Fall Classic, there are at least two markets where lots of folks are glued to their sets — Houston and Washington. Game 1 Tuesday on Fox-owned KRIV Houston piled up a 27.1 among adults 25-54 (preliminary numbers), while Game 2 on Wednesday did a 22.0. Game 1 on Fox-owned WTTG Washington drew a 17.8 and Game 2 delivered a 17.2.


Reporter John Donnelly Leaving KRIV Houston


Lee Meier Named KRIV Assistant News Director

Lee Meier has been hired as assistant News Director at Fox-owned KRIV Houston (DMA 7). She assumes the position in late September.   Most recently, Meier was managing editor at WTXF, the Fox-owned station in Philadelphia, where she previously was special project manager and executive producer. Prior to that, Meier was an executive producer for […]


Denise Middleton New KRIV Weekend A.M. Anchor

Fox-owned KRIV Houston (DMA 7) has hired Denise Middleton as weekend morning anchor, in addition to reporting for various station newscasts, effective April 8. Most recently, Middleton was an evening anchor and reporter at KTHV Little Rock, Ark. Previously, she was a morning anchor and reporter at KSLA Shreveport, La. Prior to that Middleton began […]


Stephen Morgan New KRIV Weekend A.M. Weather Anchor

Fox-owned KRIV Houston (DMA 7) has promoted Stephen Morgan to weekend morning weather anchor. He assumes this role immediately, and will continue to report on various station newscasts. Most recently, Morgan has been a general assignment reporter and fill-in meteorologist at the station. He began his career in broadcast journalism in 2013 as an anchor […]


KRIV’s New Morning Show Keeps It Local


KRIV Houston Adds Reporter Lina De Florias


Reporter Maria Salazar Joins KRIV Houston

Fox-owned KRIV Houston (DMA 7) has hired Maria Salazar as a general assignment reporter, reporting on various newscasts. Most recently, Salazar was a reporter for WFMZ Allentown, Pa. Prior to that, she was a reporter and producer at WKTB Atlanta. Previously, she was a client engagement specialist and on-air talent at WUVM Atlanta. A graduate […]


KRIV Ups Sally MacDonald To A.M. Anchor


KRIV Hits Ratings Homer With World Series Game 7


Meteorologist Lisa Vaughn Returns To KRIV


Tech, Ingenuity Help Stations Weather Harvey

The effort of covering the historic storm fully tested Houston stations’ technological and logistical prowess and planning, while straining their human resources. With power and cable outages prevalent, the broadcasters also streamed their coverage continuously over Facebook Live so that folks with a charged smartphone could watch, too. Above, KHOU broadcast news temporarily from the facilities of noncommercial KUHT.


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KRIV Anchor Melinda Spaulding Leaves