Tierra Smith, KPRC 2 Houston

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KPRC 2 Houston

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Past articles by Tierra:

The Galleria closes to shoppers amid protests in Houston

The Galleria mall closed Sunday to the public amid protests in Houston, according to a security source at The Galleria. → Read More

3 people shot, 1 killed in southeast Houston, according to HPD

Three people were shot and one person is dead after an incident in southeast Houston, according to the Houston Police Department. → Read More

SOCIAL: See photos and videos of hundreds in Houston demanding justice for George Floyd

On Friday and Saturday, residents gathered in downtown and at Emancipation Park in Houston. → Read More

Gov. Abbott activates the Texas National Guard amid protests across the state

Gov. Greg Abbott has activated the Texas National Guard in response to protest violence throughout the state Saturday, according to a press release. → Read More

More than 40,000 HISD students will attend virtual summer school. Here’s how it will work

The Houston Independent School District is planning to hold virtual summer school for more than 40,000 students, according to the district. → Read More

Hit musical ‘Hamilton’ cancels shows in Houston

Broadway at the Hobby Center announced the cancelation of the Hamilton shows in Houston, due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19. → Read More

DATA: See county-by-county tracking of new COVID-19 cases, deaths in Texas

The Texas Department of State Health Services is tracking the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths in each county. → Read More

Fire marshal to begin to enforce 25% occupancy at clubs and bars amid health violations, Mayor Turner says

Mayor Sylvester Turner said some clubs and bars are ignoring the 25% occupancy requirement established by the State to prevent the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

LIST: Here are the food distribution sites in Houston this week

There will be less food distribution sites in Houston this week due to Memorial Day weekend and the end of the school year. → Read More

Social media reacts to videos of overcrowded pool party in Houston during coronavirus pandemic

Social media is reacting this weekend after videos show a jammed packed pool party in Houston. → Read More

Houston rappers, lawmakers and activists host ‘Slab Ride’ to protest the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery

Running for Ahmaud Arbery had evolved to riding for him. → Read More

Man drowned after boat ride with friends on Lake Conroe during Memorial Day weekend

The body of a man was found in Lake Conroe Saturday afternoon, according to Montgomery County Precinct 1. → Read More

Upscale Indian restaurant finally opens in The Galleria mall

A long-awaited Indian restaurant Musaafer is now open in The Galleria mall. → Read More

Astros star Alex Bregman launches virtual swing review for youth

Alex Bregman of the Houston Astros created an online, video-based feedback platform, Swing Review. → Read More

Here are 3 COVID-19 hotspots Houston Mayor Turner is watching

Mayor Sylvester Turner announced 183 new COVID-19 cases in the city of Houston Saturday. → Read More

See live cameras of Texas beaches before you head out this Memorial Day weekend

Welcome to the official kickoff to summer. → Read More

2 adults found dead in a Rosharon home where child was found alive, officials say

The Brazoria County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a welfare check led to the gruesome discovery of two bodies in a home near Rosharon where a child was also found unhurt, officials said Friday. → Read More

These top earners at UH are taking a pay cut to ease the financial pressure of the COVID-19 pandemic

Top University of Houston officials are taking a voluntary pay cut, according to the university. → Read More

CVS launching 11 new COVID-19 testing sites in Houston

CVS Health is opening 11 new COVID-19 testing sites in Houston, according to a company press release. → Read More

Judge Lina Hidalgo to extend “stay home, work safe” order until at least June

Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo is extending the “stay home, work safe” order. → Read More