Robert Arnold, KPRC 2 Houston

Robert Arnold

KPRC 2 Houston

Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Robert:

Construction of Texas-Mexico border wall could begin soon

Construction is expected to begin soon on a 1.7-mile portion of the Texas border wall. → Read More

TRUST INDEX: Can you get COVID-19 twice?

Can you get COVID-19 twice? Are you immune from getting it once you are recovered? These are questions we’ve received have many times from viewers. A prominent Senator recently reiterated claims about immunity we put those claims to our trust index. → Read More

One family’s journey to prevent their father from feeling alone, isolated while battling COVID-19

Coronavirus can be a particularly cruel virus in that many family members cannot stay with loved ones in the hospital for fear of further spread. → Read More

For many COVID-19 patients, ‘recovered’ doesn’t mean the fight is over

You see the numbers reported each day. How many positive COVID-19 cases there are, how many people have died, and how many have recovered. But for many patients that are in the “recovered” category, the battle still rages long after the virus is gone. → Read More

Key piece of information missing in local COVID-19 database

Preston Middleton is a fixture in the entertainment industry and a long time Houston community activist. → Read More

Judges, attorneys seek ways to alleviate court system back-up

The Texas Supreme Court recently ordered no jury trials or jury selections are to take place before Aug. 1, unless a plan is submitted and approved by the Office of Court Administration. → Read More

Investigation sheds new light on decades-old mix up of ‘Killing Fields’ victims’ remains

Founder of Texas EqquSearch, Tim Miller is suing Galveston County for the second time over the handling of his daughter, Laura’s remains. Laura Miller is one of four victims found off Calder Drive in League City during the 80s and 90s in an area that became known as the “Killing Fields.” → Read More

DATABASE: What more than 140 Houston-area school districts are planning for Fall 2020

As the 2019-2020 school year comes to an end, parents want to know how their local school district plans to educate children in the fall. Channel 2 Investigates sent a poll to more than 140 school districts in 20 area counties to find out what are the plans for instruction. → Read More

Tim Miller, founder of Texas EqquSearch, sues Galveston County over daughter’s remains

For the second time, Tim Miller is suing Galveston County over the handling of his daughter’s remains. Laura Miller is considered one of the four victims of the “Killing Fields” murders that took place in the 1980s and 1990s in League City. → Read More

Virus percentage ticks down slightly in Texas, but health experts still call for caution

One of the numbers watched closely by state health officials is the positivity rate. This the percentage of people testing positive for coronavirus over a 7-day period. Those numbers look to be heading in the right direction, but health experts warn it is not yet time to celebrate. → Read More

Evictions in Texas can move forward again, so what rights do tenants have?

Housing advocates hoped Texas would change its mind, but last week the state supreme court ruled eviction proceedings can start moving forward again. On March 19, Governor Greg Abbott put a two-month moratorium on evictions. → Read More

U.S. Attorney, local law enforcement outraged suspect was out on 8 felony bonds before high-speed chase

Houston-area law enforcement has long been voicing its concerns over what police say is a revolving door criminal justice system that forces them to chase the same crooks repeatedly. → Read More

Houston area seeing slight uptick in number of coronavirus cases, but what does it mean?

Over the last seven days, data provided to the Texas Department of State Health Services showed an uptick in the daily number of positive COVID-19 cases reported in Harris County. → Read More

Lawmakers, Texans call for testing, transparency as COVID-19 threatens Texas nursing homes

Natashia Foglesong’s 92-year-old grandmother lives in the Park Manor nursing home in Conroe, Texas and she’s been worried about her since the COVID-19 pandemic began in March. → 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

Details on how to test all Texas nursing home residents, staff still being ironed out, officials say

There are roughly 80,000 nursing home residents in Texas and more than double that in staff, according to officials with the Health and Human Services Commission. Governor Greg Abbott wants everyone in these facilities tested for COVID-19 —but the trick is how exactly to accomplish that feat. → Read More

Data trends show Houston is not out of the coronavirus woods yet

Over the past two months, Houston officials have displayed charts and graphs illustrating the number of coronavirus cases. But as the state begins to reopen, where exactly does Houston stand in the spread of the virus. → Read More

Some Houston-area lawmakers are urging homeowners to protest property appraisals

KPRC 2 has heard from viewers across our area that they’re seeing big jumps in property appraisals. Of course, higher property appraisals mean higher property taxes. → Read More

HCSO: Mass testing helping slow spread of COVID-19 at Harris County jail

Despite the growing number of jail inmates testing positive for COVID-19, officials with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office believe mass testing is helping slow the spread of the virus behind bars. Last week Channel 2 Investigates reported on Sheriff Ed Gonzalez’ efforts to test 3,000 inmates. → Read More

Houston area drunk driving numbers are down, but for how long?

For years, Harris County has led the country in drunk driving fatalities, and as Channel 2 Investigates has shown you, tens of thousands of DWI charges are filed each year. But the coronavirus pandemic caused a dip in drunk driving numbers. → Read More