Rose-Ann Aragon, KPRC 2 Houston

Rose-Ann Aragon

KPRC 2 Houston

Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Rose-Ann:

Reporter’s notebook: KPRC 2 reporter Rose-Ann Aragon covers historic SpaceX Demo 2 launch

It is difficult to put into words the feeling of unrelenting anticipation and an electric energy in the air of a different kind--excitement. All week, KPRC send photojournalist Jeovany and I (Rose-Ann Aragon) to cover this historic moment from Cape Canaveral and Cocoa Beach for viewers and readers in Space City--the home to manned spaceflight. To space enthusiasts, this was a launch of a… → Read More

SpaceX and NASA give green light for Wednesday launch, despite bad weather Monday

NASA and SpaceX officials have deemed Wednesday’s highly anticipated SpaceX Demo-2 launch a ‘Go’ as of Monday evening, despite windy rain and weather Monday. → Read More

How to watch the SpaceX Demo-2 launch from home and celebrate with the ultimate watch party

It is a mission that is expected to make history, the SpaceX Demo-2 manned launch at Cape Canaveral’s history launch pad 39-A. → Read More

Heavy rain, strong winds send trees crashing down in southwest Houston

Storms overnight caused headaches for residents in southwest Houston. Residents on West Ridgecreek Drive heard Mother Nature leaving her mark early Saturday morning. → Read More

6 things to know about the reopening of Houston Museum of Natural Science

The Houston Museum of Natural Science plans to reopen its doors to the public on May 15 since closing on March 17 due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Katy family transforms backyard pool into a Disney jungle cruise in popular YouTube video

One Katy family turned their backyard pool into the ultimate quarantine family video production. → Read More

Sterling Municipal Library creates ‘Hope Tree’ to encourage positivity during the coronavirus crisis

The Sterling Municipal Library has added a new addition outside its front door. A beautifully decorated tree dubbed the “Hope Tree” by library staff. Adorned with colorful netting and laminated paper leaves, this tree is unlike any other. Officials said it’s a way to come together to offer community members an opportunity to share hope and inspirational messages during these difficult times. → Read More

HISD leaders surprise their top teachers of the year, award them with $2,500 check each

Even with the ongoing pandemic, Houston Independent School District leaders are determined to recognize their top teachers. → Read More

Giving Tuesday: Many nonprofits operating to help communities in need during pandemic

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, what many people do not see is the work still going on to help communities in need. → Read More

NASA and SpaceX preview historic SpaceX Demo-2 Mission

SpaceX and NASA will attempt to bring human spaceflight back to U.S. soil for the first time since the Shuttle Program retired in 2011. NASA and SpaceX held a series of media briefings Friday online to preview the historic flight. → Read More

FDA approves new NASA ventilator for emergency response in COVID-19 treatment

COVID-19 has created an urgent need for ventilators across the country. → Read More

Woman stuck in home after massive tree falls on her fence right in front of home

Roaring winds and rain pummeled down in Greater Houston, but these neighbors in southeast Houston can’t help but feel lucky. A massive tree fell on top of a woman’s fence, trapping her at her home for hours. → Read More

Pools and summer camp services prepare while waiting for local leaders’ OK to open for summer

With changes coming every week about what opens and remains closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, local businesses are still preparing to open once they are able. With the summer just months away, pool businesses and summer activity organizers are looking for directions while preparing for whatever may come. → Read More

Local leaders and volunteers provide food and masks to 500 families at Missouri City church

Volunteers came together at Christ Temple The People’s Church to distribute food and masks to those in need in Missouri City. → Read More

Wolman Elementary School parent organizes pickup for yearbooks

One Katy ISD parent wanted to bring a sense of normalcy to students, who are looking to reminisce on the memories of their school year. → Read More

NASA at Home launches to encourage science learning during social distancing

NASA at Home is a space lover's dream. → Read More

This is how the do-it-yourself coronavirus testing sites work

Harris County and the city of Houston are using COVID-19 testing kits that allow individuals to administer the test themselves. → Read More

Spring nurse treating for COVID-19 patients in New York

One nurse practitioner from Spring knew she could do more to help communities in dire need of help during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center asking for PPE donations

Rural healthcare systems are growing concerned that a coronavirus surge is around the corner. → Read More

Astronaut Chris Cassidy encourages social distancing, staying positive through social media challenge

Chris Cassidy left Earth to go to the International Space Station with Expedition 63 crewmembers Ivan Vagner of Roscosmos and Anatoly Ivanishin. The Soyuz docked safely at the ISS Thursday despite the pandemic sweeping throughout the world. But before he left, Cassidy shared a post on Instagram participating in the #DoTheShelter challenge. → Read More