Keaton Fox
Keaton Fox is ABC13's News Director.

Keaton worked in just about every newsroom position during his more than 15 years in television news. That experience provides a deeper understanding of how newsroom staff work day-to-day and what they need to provide quality content to our audiences.

Fun Fact: Originally from tornado alley, Keaton is a weather geek and has been on dozens of storm chases across the Oklahoma plains

Keaton's Stories
Houston mayor proposes $6.2B city budget, boosting pay and spending
The proposal will increase pay for police, fire, and municipal employees. It also bumps up the spending for the city's maintenance fund.
Annual Kinder survey shows Houstonians less optimistic about crime and economy
While crime topped the list of concerning items, it was only slightly above a pessimism felt about the Houston area's economy.
Record-breaking new COVID cases not immediate cause for panic, experts say
Despite a second record-setting day for new cases of COVID-19 across the United States, experts suggest that the new cases remain mild.
Data models predict huge COVID-19 spike, but it's not all bad news
The number of infections caused by the COVID-19 omicron variant could quadruple, according to Texas model data, but there is a glimmer of hope.
Support for victims of Astroworld tragedy pours in
Thoughts of support poured in on social media as the nation's attention turned to Houston and the eight people killed in Friday's Astroworld tragedy.
ERCOT says it expects record summer for electricity usage
The forecast for record usage comes with a reassurance that there will be enough capacity to handle summer's hottest days.
ERCOT report details new information on power failures during winter storm
The report details more specifics about how plants went offline, but doesn't detail much in the way of what could've been done differently.
Out of space: More emergency sites opening to handle influx of migrant children
New sites across Texas are being eyed, including at least two in Houston, as FEMA prepares to come to Texas to help with the influx.
Court issues critical decision over ERCOT's ability to be sued
In a 5-4 vote, the Texas Supreme Court voted it didn't have jurisdiction to decide whether ERCOT can be sued.
Last member of PUC resigns after tape reveals he worked to protect energy profits
The tape of Arthur D'Andrea was published by Texas Monthly, where he told out-of-state investors he was working to protect profits made during the winter storm.