Brittany Taylor, KPRC 2 Houston

Brittany Taylor

KPRC 2 Houston

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Past articles by Brittany:

Inhalable COVID-19 vaccine? Rice University scientists developing vaccine spray in fight against coronavirus

Scientists at Rice University’s Center for Theoretical Biological Physics announced they are a part of the development of an inhalable COVID-19 vaccination. → Read More

Remdesivir effectiveness among 35 COVID-related studies underway at Harris Health hospitals

The effectiveness of remdesivir in the treatment of coronavirus is among 35 COVID-related research projects that are being conducted at Harris Health System hospitals, according to officials. → Read More

‘Justice 4 George Floyd’ protest will be held at Discovery Green Friday

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

2 children, 1 adult hurt after vehicle slams into daycare in NW Harris County, officials say

Two children and an adult were injured after a vehicle struck a daycare Wednesday afternoon in northwest Harris County, according to Harris County Precinct 1 Constable Alan Rosen. → Read More

Rooftop Cinema Club opens second drive-in location in Spring

The Rooftop Cinema Club announced the opening of its second drive-in location in Spring. → Read More

Person hospitalized after vehicle drives off Eastex Freeway into body of water, HFD says

A person was hospitalized after a vehicle went off the Eastex Freeway into a body of water, according to the Houston Fire Department. → Read More

Space Center Houston to reopen July 1

Space Center Houston announced its reopening its doors to the public on July 1. → Read More

Houston-area job losses, unemployment rate reach record levels in April

Job losses and the unemployment rate in the Houston area reached record levels in April due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to data released by Workforce Solutions Friday morning. → Read More

City of Houston pools, splash pads to remain closed over Memorial Day weekend, mayor says

Mayor Sylvester Turner announced that 38 city of Houston swimming pools, 27 splash pads will remain closed during Memorial Day weekend. → Read More

Interim Harris County clerk appointed after former county clerk resigns due to health issues

Harris County Commissioners Court appointed Christopher Hollins as its interim Harris County clerk. → Read More

Sources: Girlfriend accused of beating former Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, cracking his ribs

The girlfriend of former Texas Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst was arrested and charged after accusations that she attacked Dewhurst twice last week, according to police sources. → Read More

Harris County scores an ‘F’ in social distancing, data says

Harris County scored an "F" in a social distancing scoreboard. → Read More

Mass food distribution event rescheduled, testing sites closed Saturday due to severe weather

Local testing sites and food distribution events will be upended by severe weather that is forecasted for this weekend, officials announced Friday. → Read More

Texas Lottery plans to reopen claim centers June 1

The Texas Lottery Commission announced that it’s planning to reopen all 16 claim centers on June 1. → Read More

Mayor Turner tests negative for COVID-19 after City Council member tests positive

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner tested negative for the coronavirus Thursday, days after City Councilwoman Letitia Plummer tested positive for the virus. → Read More

Sugar Land residents seeing an uptick in clogged pipes, city says

Sugar Land residents are seeing an uptick in clogged pipes, according to city officials. → Read More

Krispy Kreme is giving away free doughnuts to 2020 graduates!

Krispy Kreme is treating 2020 graduates to a sweet delight during salty times as the coronavirus pandemic causes schools and universities to cancel graduation ceremonies across the country. → Read More

Advocates call for transparency from HPD after deadly April officer-involved shooting

The Greater Houston Coalition for Justice is demanding transparency from the Houston Police Department after an officer-involved shooting on April 21 that left a man dead. → Read More

Houston city council member Letitia Plummer tests positive for COVID-19

Houston city council member Letitia Plummer announces that she has tested positive for the coronavirus in an open letter she posted on social media that was addressed to Mayor Sylvester Turner on Monday. → Read More

Houston-area Girl Scouts lose $1.7 million without cookie booths during the COVID-19 pandemic

Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council has suffered a $1.7 million revenue loss because they weren’t able to sell cookies at booths during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More