Daniela Sternitzky-Di Napoli, KPRC 2 Houston

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KPRC 2 Houston

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Past articles by Daniela:

PHOTOS: People march through downtown to protest the death of George Floyd

The Houston Black Lives Matter organization hosted a “Justice 4 George Floyd” protest Friday. → Read More

Chevron planning to cut about 6,000 employees, report says

Chevron Corp. is planning on making a 10% to 15% reduction in it’s workforce this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a Bloomberg report. → Read More

Chuck Norris joins Texas’ first lady for special storytime reading

Chuck Norris doesn’t read books. Books read Chuck Norris, unless that book is “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” and he is with the Texas First Lady. → Read More

Pack the tent: Overnight camping reopens at Texas State Parks

More and more places are starting to reopen in Houston and Texas, giving people options for things to do in the summer. → Read More

‘Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!’ This is when you can finally go back to the Houston Zoo

It’s official. The Houston Zoo has announced a reopening date after being closed since March 14 due to the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Everything you need to know about the new water bike rentals available in The Woodlands

The Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. That means (despite the coronavirus pandemic) families are itching to get out of their homes and safely enjoy some outdoor activities. → Read More

Taste of Houston: From world-wide craft beers to stellar food, Thistle Draftshop is a must-try

Coronavirus has changed the game. It has changed the way people and businesses approach daily routines and, as Houston works to reopen, we are having to adapt and find a new normal. → Read More

Local dad celebrates daughter’s graduation with some true Houston swag

Seniors across Houston are being celebrated in unique ways, but one local graduate got a truly Houston-style celebration. → Read More

These are the places that will be closed on Memorial Day

Memorial Day is looking a little different thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. As places work to reopen, it is a little unclear of what is opened and closed, but there are a few things to note. → Read More

Intoxicated man with gun killed in officer-involved shooting

A man is dead after an officer-involved shooting in southeast Houston → Read More

Could your hand sanitizer turn into a flammable disaster if you leave it in your vehicle?

Hand sanitizer has become an essential part of life. → Read More

Authorities investigating after body found in Buffalo Bayou

An investigation is underway after a body was found in the bayou in downtown. → Read More

Police ask for help identifying person wanted in connection with fatal shooting

Police are asking for help identifying a man wanted in connection with a fatal shooting in north Harris County. → Read More

Local student earns more than $1 million in scholarship offers from around the country

A local student is turning heads after she earned over $1 million worth of scholarships from various universities. → Read More

Texas man facing multiple charges in connection with $5 million coronavirus relief fraud

A Texas man is facing serious charges after fraudulently seeking millions from forgivable loans meant to help businesses suffering in the coronavirus pandemic, according to the Department of Justice. → Read More

At least 1 dead after auto-pedestrian accident in southwest Houston

At least one person is dead after an auto-pedestrian crash in southwest Houston. → Read More

DEVELOPING: 2 workers injured in oil tank explosion in Galveston

Two people are injured after an explosion in Galveston, authorities said. → Read More

Harris County Commissioners approve $30 million relief fund to help struggling residents

Thousands of families in Harris County will be getting some much-needed financial assistance thanks to a new relief funds approved by the Commissioners Court Tuesday. → Read More

Here is how, when you can get Texas Renaissance Festival tickets for nearly half price

The Texas Renaissance Festival is a fall staple in Houston and Texas, and even a global pandemic can’t stop the festivities. → Read More

TIMELINE: When things are reopening in phase 2 including bars, sporting events and summer camps

Gov. Greg Abbott announced Monday that more Texas businesses were being given the green light to reopen after being closed for more than two months due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More