Leigh Frillici, KPRC 2 Houston

Leigh Frillici

KPRC 2 Houston

Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Leigh:

A special day for a special fan: Astros give Chloe, family VIP treatment at Game 1

Friday was a big day for a little girl the entire city of Houston is rooting for. → Read More

Boy, 4, alerts hotel employees to murder-suicide that killed his mother

A woman and man are dead after an apparent murder-suicide at a hotel, police said, and the woman's 4-year-old son was the person who alerted employees about the shooting. → Read More

Pushing for answers: HPD plans to question nephew of missing siblings in Los Angeles

The Houston Police Department is pushing for answers on the whereabouts of a missing pair of siblings. → Read More

Record number of victims falling for 'spear phishing'

Spear phishing: It’s when thieves pose as title companies via email, tricking homebuyers into wiring money straight to them. → Read More

Anita Hill addresses Kavanaugh, Ford hearing at Houston conference

Someone familiar with a hearing like the one that happened on Capitol Hill Thursday is Anita Hill. → Read More

Man charged in 4-year-old's shooting death expected to take case to trial

A man charged in the shooting death of a 4-year-old girl may be taking his case to trial. → Read More

Man faces California murder charges, is person of interest in Houston missing siblings case

The bowlegged man seen in surveillance video released by Los Angeles police struck a chord for Kenny Escobar of Houston. → Read More

Court appearance rescheduled for woman charged in sushi restaurant food fight, police chase

A woman accused of evading arrest after a food fight at a sushi restaurant was scheduled to appear in court Monday, Sept. 24. → Read More

Thieves using 'spear phishing' to steal money from homeowners

Wendy Waterman and her mother's home flooded 19 inches during Hurricane Harvey, so they were excited to find a home they wanted to buy out of the floodplain. → Read More

Officials raid rehab facility where priest accused of abuse was treated

Investigators on Wednesday executed a search warrant at the rehabilitation facility where a Catholic priest accused of abuse at a Conroe church was treated. → Read More

Mayor kills 12-foot gator believed to be responsible for killing mini-horse

It's big. → Read More

Second accuser speaks out after priest accused of sexual abuse

Another alleged victim of Father Manuel La Rosa-Lopez is speaking out. → Read More

First cannabis oil store set to open in Houston area

Houston’s Original American Shaman Cannabidiol (CBD) store is set to open soon in Fort Bend County. → Read More

Man shot by Houston police in SWAT situation dies, officials say

A man who was shot by Houston police during a SWAT standoff at an apartment complex Saturday has died, officials said. → Read More

Woman was on same 4 Southwest flights as passenger with measles

News that there was a contagious passenger flying on a Southwest Airlines flight about two weeks ago had Monica Nicholas, of Dallas, wondering about her own symptoms. → Read More

Teen says he was denied service at donut shop because of service dog

A teen said he was denied service at a local donut shop when he tried to bring his service dog inside. → Read More

Identical names: Nursing home wrongly tells woman her mother died

A nursing home in The Woodlands called the wrong family to tell them their loved one passed away. → Read More

Search continues for missing siblings who disappeared within days of each other

The search continues for two missing adult siblings who disappeared within days of each other. → Read More

Woman disputes $1,800 Houston water bill for 88,000 gallons of water usage

A woman claims her monthly bill skyrocketed from just $25 to more than $1,800. Her water meter read that she used 88,000 gallons of water in just one month -- something she says just isn't possible. → Read More

Sienna Plantation family recalls tornado damaging home during Harvey

When a tornado ripped through Sienna Plantation on Aug. 26, 2017, at 1 a.m., it tore through the sound barrier wall by the train tracks near the Rays family's home on Kelsey Pass. → Read More