Syan Rhodes, KPRC 2 Houston

Syan Rhodes

KPRC 2 Houston

Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Syan:

Police issue new warrants for man previously arrested on indecent exposure/assault charges

Houston police are looking to re-arrest a man who bonded out two weeks ago after being accused of exposing himself and groping several women in the Heights. → Read More

Decision 2020: Battle over expanding vote by mail in Texas during coronavirus pandemic

There's a big legal fight underway over whether voting by mail in Texas should be expanded. → Read More

‘Mama we made it’: With 3 graduates this year, Pearland family gets a shoutout from the Today show

Jasmine Keeton graduated with her Master’s degree in engineering management from the University of Houston-Clear Lake. Her daughters, Jadean and Joylynn also graduated this year from college and high school respectively. → Read More

Still waiting for stimulus money? Thousands sign petition demanding answers from IRS

Thousands of people have signed a petition demanding answers from the Internal Revenue Service about the status of their stimulus payment. → Read More

On the outside looking in: Businesses still waiting to take part in the re-opening of Texas

The sounds of saws have temporarily replaced the whirring of tattoo needles inside Texas Body Art. → Read More

Video: Business owner tired of bored ‘quaran-teens’ trespassing on her property

A Houston business owner says she’s fed up bored teenagers trespassing while her building is closed due to stay-at-home orders. → Read More

How small businesses are preparing for retail-to-go services during pandemic

Brick and mortar retail stores that were deemed non-essential took a big hit when stay at home orders were issued across state, but Friday could mark a turning point toward normalcy. → Read More

Houston-based company offers at-home coronavirus test kits

A Houston-based healthcare company is now offering at-home testing for coronavirus. → Read More

Houston-area nurse practitioners head to New York to help coronavirus patients

Two Houston-area medical professionals are among the tens of thousands from around the nation heading to New York City, the epicenter of the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

METRO bus driver among 2 employees who tested positive for coronavirus, officials say

Two METRO employees, including a bus driver, have tested positive for the coronavirus, COVID-19 the agency announced in a press release Sunday. → Read More

Houston distillery to make hand sanitizer to help bridge supply chain gap in Texas

A Houston distillery is getting into the hand sanitizer business as local stores struggle to keep up with demand as a result of the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

Local school ready for learning outside of the classroom if coronavirus shuts down campus

If a coronavirus outbreak shuts down Episcopal High School in Bellaire, administrators and teachers say they have a plan in place to continue educating students from their homes. → Read More

Galveston cruise industry to take a hit as US asks people to not go on cruises amid coronavirus concerns

The tourism industry, especially cruise ship-businesses, is bracing for a hit after The United States Department of State issued a stark warning urging Americans to not go on cruises amid coronavirus outbreak concerns. → Read More

Governor Abbott to provide Texans with an update on coronavirus Thursday

Governor Greg Abbott will hold a briefing Thursday afternoon to provide an update on the latest on preparations in Texas. → Read More

Internal HPD memo shows auto theft crimes increased 20% since January

An internal Houston Police Department memo highlighting points from a monthly crime report shows auto theft crimes went up in the city since the first month of the year, some by dramatic rates. → Read More

Small urban farmer says he’s being pushed out by corporate neighbor

A local hydroponic and aquaponic farmer is looking for a new plot of land for his growing business because he says a sand mining company is essentially forcing him out. → Read More

Drivers, small business owners brace for impact of weekend construction in February

Drivers and small business owners are bracing for the impact of a major construction closure that starts Friday. → Read More

Houston health, airport officials on alert as coronavirus case confirmed in U.S.

A viral outbreak in China has health officials in the United States concerned after one case of the coronavirus was confirmed in Washington State this week. → Read More

Lydell Grant could be fastest-exonerated person in Texas history, Harris County DA’s office says

A man who spent 9 years in prison convicted of a 2010 murder, may now become the fastest-exonerated person in Texas history, according to the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. → Read More

Pearland ISD high school student says he was forced to shave mustache which is against his religious beliefs

A Pearland Independent School District high school student says his right to religious freedom and expression was violated when he was forced to shave his mustache. → Read More