Taisha Walker, KPRC 2 Houston

Taisha Walker

KPRC 2 Houston

Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Taisha:

Woman claims self-defense in shooting of step-father, deputies say

A man is dead in Spring after being shot by his step-daughter Sunday morning. → Read More

HPD: Man shot, killed at party in Missouri City

A man was shot and killed at a party in Houston overnight. → Read More

Forget toilet paper. The latest product to spike in sales during the coronavirus pandemic is... bicycles?

More people are turning to bicycles to enjoy some fresh air now that coronavirus restrictions are starting to ease. Bike shops across the Houston-area are seeing their sales accelerate. → Read More

HPD: 4 people injured in shooting in Midtown

4 people were injured in a shooting in Midtown early Saturday morning, according to the Houston Police Department. → Read More

Houston Mayor’s tweet sparks optimism to families facing evictions

A social media post from Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner sparked immediate relief Monday night to families struggling to pay overdue rent and facing eviction. → Read More

Suspect arrested after hourlong police chase faces slew of charges

A Houston man who led police on a 66-mile chase across the city’s southside has been charged. → Read More

Houston family stuck in South Africa since February due to pandemic

A Houston family is stuck abroad after taking a vacation to South Africa. → Read More

City council approves $15M funding to assist renters struggling to pay rent, launches rental assistance website

Thousands of Houston families struggling to pay April and May rent will get some financial relief soon. → Read More

Houston neuro therapist offers free mental health sessions to first responders

The pandemic is taking a toll on our mental health. → Read More

HPD helicopter crash barely missed apartment buildings filled with sleeping families, resident says

Residents at a Greenspoint area apartment complex are in shock after a deadly Houston Police Department helicopter crash early Saturday morning. → Read More

Houston mother spreads awareness about childhood drownings through her own loss

The summer season has not even begun and drownings in Texas have started to slope upwards. → Read More

Local malls release plans on how they will reopen Friday

If you’ve been missing the mall, you’ll be able to visit some of them this week. → Read More

Beauty businesses offering DIY grooming kits, tutorials to help clients through pandemic

As hair and nail salons in Houston remain closed people are starting to taking grooming into their own hands. Some local business owners are using it as an opportunity to get creative with bringing in revenue. → Read More

Mental health experts shares tips on how to cope with coronavirus pandemic, quarantine

The coronavirus pandemic and month-long quarantine has taken a mental toll on nearly half of Americans, according to a new poll. → Read More

Houston Astros’ Alex Bregman lends helping hand at Houston food drive

With the Houston Astros not playing baseball these days due to the coronavirus third baseman, Alex Bregman has partnered with a different team. → Read More

1-year-old killed in hit-and-run crash in north Harris County

A 1-year-old was killed in a hit-and-run crash Friday night in north Harris County. At the time of the crash, the child was not restrained in a child seat and was instead buckled into the front passenger seat with a standard seatbelt, investigators with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office said. → Read More

Houston auto shop spreads kindness to fellow struggling small business owner

Business at a Houston automotive shop has slowed down due to the coronavirus pandemic but that did not stop them from supporting another small business owner who has been impacted too. → Read More

A Houston nonprofit aims to tackle students’ digital divide through refurbished laptops

What’s the issue? → Read More

Bellaire family throws surprise social distancing party for 95-year-old matriarch

The coronavirus did not stop a Bellaire family from celebrating their matriarch on Monday, who turned 95 years old. → Read More

UT Health doctor, surgeon band make song asking people to ‘stay at home, help the doctor’

A UT Health doctor is raising awareness about the coronavirus pandemic through the power of music. → Read More