Sally Mamdooh, KPRC 2 Houston

Sally Mamdooh

KPRC 2 Houston

Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Sally:

Harris County woman waiting almost a month for COVID-19 results

Pamela Stephens did everything by the book. When she first discovered COVID-19 symptoms, she said she signed up to get tested. → Read More

Community seeks answers for the untimely death of Houston teen shot, killed while waiting for bus

A community in mourning is questioning what led to the killing of Austin High School honor student Atiba Jeffrey. → Read More

Kingwood HS coach recovering from cancer surgery alone due to COVID-19 hospital restrictions

It’s the world we live in right now, even when an illness is not COVID-19 -- it’s still, somehow impacted by this pandemic. → Read More

Restaurants and florists staying busy ahead of Mother’s Day weekend

Mother’s day is one of the busiest days for the restaurant industry. → Read More

Group calls on mayor to increase fund to help Houstonians pay rent to $100M

The Metropolitan Organization of Houston says 70,000 families won’t be able to make rent, and it’s why they are calling on Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner to act. → Read More

Several Texas universities plan to open for fall semester and some plan to start sports

After weeks of uncertainty, several Texas universities announced their plans to open campuses this fall. → Read More

Houston couple ties the knot online as family, friends joined virtually

Julie Rowe and Robert Harpold first met online and then got engaged. But as fate would have it, they would also tie the knot online. → Read More

Houston Food Bank, HISD open food distribution site at NRG Park

Long lines of cars waited hours to receive food donations at NRG Park Saturday afternoon. → Read More

Owner of The Tasting Room hands out free meals weekly to furloughed hospitality workers

The owner of The Tasting Room, Jerry Lasco, is handing out some relief with every bag of lasagna. → Read More

This ER finds alternative ways to stay protected during PPE shortage

Signature Care ER facility is turning to more creative ways to deal with the personal protection equipment shortage. → Read More

Thieves steal thousands of dollars from West University bar during tight times for business owners

Owning Marquis II Lounge in West University Place is part of Al Jara’s American dream. → Read More

Houstonians, faith leaders adjust to distanced Good Friday, Easter services

Worshipers and churches this Easter are navigating the new norm of keeping a distance as stay home orders remain in place during the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

This sign recognizing healthcare workers in Tomball will inspire you

73 year-old Sandra Marlow decided to recently drive around her Houston neighborhood looking for a chance to get out of her home during the “stay home” order. → Read More

Parks are open now but could close if people continue to ignore social distancing guidelines

Taking a walk in the park remains one of the few things people can still do, during a time when cities are issuing stay home orders to slow the spread of coronavirus. → Read More

Use your area code to file for unemployment, Texas Workforce Commision says

Now, TWC is asking Texans to use their area code to file unemployment claims online during specific times to ease the load and speed up the process to file for unemployment. The recommendation is expected to ease the backlog from over half a million Texans who’ve filed unemployment claims in the past 18 days. → Read More

ExxonMobil donates 1M meals to Houston-area food banks to help people through the coronavirus crisis

ExxonMobil, that employs 11,000 people in the Houston area, announced Friday that it will donate $250,000 to Houston-area food banks to provide people in need with 1 million meals. → Read More

H-E-B now selling ready-made meals from local restaurants during COVID-19 crisis

H-E-B launched a new program to help Texas restaurants during the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

What’s next after you stay home and the coronavirus is contained?

The coronavirus outbreak has generated questions from people across the globe. KPRC 2 wanted to take the opportunity to answer some questions on the minds of many on the effectiveness of the stay-home order and life after the virus. → Read More

Houston expands criteria at first testing site, hopes to open second site next week

The city of Houston has expanded the eligibility to get tested for the coronavirus. → Read More

Not all essential workers must go to work and here’s why

Going to work amid the coronavirus outbreak isn’t the norm. For you to be required to travel to work, your job is considered essential. → Read More