Ryan Korsgard, KPRC 2 Houston

Ryan Korsgard

KPRC 2 Houston

Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Ryan:

What you need to know about the Saharan dust season in Houston

It happens a few times every summer -- dust from the sands of the Sahara Desert in North Africa are carried on the wind, across the globe to Houston. → Read More

Houston's space history: 70 years of KPRC2 coverage

Thirteen years after KPRC first came to life on air in Houston, a major development skyrocketed our town into space. → Read More

How do marathoners prepare for cold temps on race day?

After months of training, thousands of runners will line up this weekend for the Chevron Houston Marathon. → Read More

Jogger says he was attacked near Midtown park

About 4:20 p.m. on Dec. 22, 2018, Dr. Bimal Patel was running along a trail in Elizabeth Baldwin Park in the 1700 block of Elgin Street. → Read More

'Please let us go back to work': NASA employees plan to rally at Johnson Space Center

The local chapter of the American Federation of Government Employees, which is affiliated with the AFL-CIO, plans a rally calling for an end to the government shutdown. → Read More

This is how businesses near NASA are coping with government shutdown

Therapeutic optometrist Dr. Ellen Fandry wants you to have 20/20 vision in 2019. → Read More

Priest accused of sex abuse of children appears in court

A priest accused of sexually abusing multiple victims at churches in which he's worked appeared in court Thursday. → Read More

First unmanned orbital test of SpaceX ship designed to carry crew could be only weeks away

We could be only weeks away from the first major test of a private spaceship designed to take American astronauts back to space on an American rocket from American soil. → Read More

Over 3,000 NASA employees would be affected by government shutdown

NASA astronaut Anne McClain, who lives and trained at the Johnson Space Center, now orbits the earth on board the International Space Station. → Read More

New norm? What HPD is doing to cut down on highway spool incidents

After routinely seeing spools spinning down Houston freeways, you start to wonder if it's the new norm. → Read More

City Council meets after judge's ruling to move forward with Prop B

On Wednesday, Houston City Council met for the first time since a judge ruled that Proposition B will move forward. → Read More

Houston-based astronaut on Soyuz to launch again

Since we live in Space City, we keep you updated on the future of space. Houston-based astronaut Nick Hague will be on a Soyuz launch in February after a failed launch back in October. → Read More

Bolt Street problems: Resident claims partygoers are to blame for trash, vandalism

The problems on Bolt Street started with trash being dumped beside the road. → Read More

The story of when George H.W. Bush literally gave someone the shirt off his back

A photo documents the day President George H.W. Bush gave someone the shirt off of his back. → Read More

Houston police officer has heart for homeless, youth

At a glance, a gathering at Loaves and Fishes in downtown Houston on Wednesday was simply a kind volunteer effort. Our neighbors who need a little extra help were able to get food, clothing and toiletries. But this was more. → Read More

Couple seeks company responsible for rolling spool on freeway that damaged vehicle

Imagine seeing a giant, steel spool roll toward your car down Interstate 10 near Wayside and McCarty streets. → Read More

Family issues plea to find luggage that fell out of truck on way home from airport

Arturo and Fotina Martinez, their flight and luggage landed safely back at Bush Intercontinental Airport Wednesday night when they returned from visiting family in Mexico. → Read More

Child hit by stray bullet in McDonald's drive-thru during shooting of robbery suspect

A child was hit by a stray bullet Monday afternoon during a shooting involving a security guard and a robbery suspect at a cell phone store in north Houston, according to police. → Read More

How did straight-ticket voting affect this year's election?

Remember the super long lines during early voting? → Read More

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott takes on challenger Lupe Valdez

Campaign workers for Gov. Greg Abbott were busy Tuesday afternoon setting up for a watch party at Brazos Hall at Brazos and 4th Streets in downtown Austin. → Read More