Jonathan Martinez, KPRC 2 Houston

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KPRC 2 Houston

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Past articles by Jonathan:

Uptick in latest COVID-19 numbers across Texas

A troubling trend in the latest COVID-19 numbers across Texas. → Read More

Community seeking prayers for priest hospitalized with mysterious injuries

Neighbors of St. Anne Catholic Church along Westheimer are praying for the recovery of a beloved pastor. → Read More

Cats killed in League City house fire believed to have been caused by lightning strike Wednesday

A house fire in League City is believed to have been started a lightning strike during severe thunderstorms that passed through the Houston area Wednesday afternoon. Three cats were killed in the fire, the family said. → Read More

Unemployment hits record high in Houston area

The Houston area has lost more jobs in the month of April than any other month on record. That is a total of 312,000 jobs, according to Workforce Solutions. → Read More

Family of woman found shot, killed in north Houston last month angered over $75K bond for murder suspect

The ex-boyfriend of a woman found shot and killed in an apartment in north Houston last month was granted a $75,000 bond on his felony murder charge, a move that angered the victim’s family and friends. → Read More

Houston nurse says business denied her appointment due to COVID-19 risk

Giorgia Adams, an ICU nurse in Houston, said she was recently denied service because she works with COVID-19 patients. → Read More

Parents dispute playground closure in Pasadena amid coronavirus concerns

Despite being roped off by police tape, several families enjoyed the playground area Wednesday at Holly Bay Court Park in Pasadena. → Read More

Local hair salons and barbershops prepare to open

At the stroke of midnight, Neri Hair Salon in Pearland will welcome back its first customers in weeks. → Read More

Tattoo parlors still closed after latest round of business-reopenings by Gov. Greg Abbott

Despite the many businesses beginning the slow process of reopening with permission from Governor Greg Abbott, tattoo parlors are one of the few still not on that list. → Read More

Houston-area restaurants prepare to reopen Friday

Steve Onstad, the owner of the Swinging Door BBQ restaurant in Richmond, is looking forward to reopening Friday. → Read More

Houston family of missing Fort Hood soldier desperate for answers

The family of 20-year-old Vanessa Guillen is worried. → Read More

Houston family of missing Fort Hood soldier desperate for answers

The family of 20-year-old Vanessa Guillen is worried. → Read More

Hedwig Village restaurant opens for dine-in service despite executive orders

A Hedwig Village restaurant is defying state and county orders by offering a dine-in option. → Read More

Community remembers couple among those killed in Polk County tornado

The damage across Onalaska in Polk County from Wednesday's violent tornado was widespread. → Read More

Petition seeks to open Houston small businesses by May 1

A recently founded group of business owners is hoping to get the attention of local and state leaders, as many businesses remain closed due to the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

Family hopeful their loved one will recover from COVID-19

Melanie Singleton said her mother Beatrice was one of the nearly 30 people recently diagnosed with coronavirus at the Park Manor of Quail Valley nursing center. → Read More

Thursday evening storms cause damage in Cypress, Crosby and Livingston

The line of storms moved through the area pretty quickly Thursday evening, but they still managed to pack quite a punch in some parts. → Read More

Houston families virtually celebrate Passover Seder

This year faced with a coronavirus pandemic, families will not be celebrating a typical Passover Seder, a ritual feast that marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Passover. → Read More

Senior living facilities around the Houston area report clusters of coronavirus cases

Several nursing home facilities and senior living centers across the Houston area are reporting a rise in coronavirus cases and unfortunately even casualties. With elderly people being more susceptible to becoming critically ill from coronavirus, this is a concerning phenomenon. → Read More

Local woman makes protective face shields for first responders

Amber Leung is stuck at home but is making the most of it. → Read More