Keith Garvin, KPRC 2 Houston

Keith Garvin

KPRC 2 Houston

Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Keith:

Local infectious disease doctor explains similarities between Pfizer, Moderna vaccines

On Thursday, the nation could be one step closer to its second vaccine to fight the coronavirus. → Read More

Man wanted in 1998 Houston murder extradited from Mexico

A private jet arrived at an air hangar in north Houston Wednesday evening. Onboard was not a star athlete or entertainer but a man whom law officers say was a fugitive wanted in a 20-year-old Houston murder. → Read More

In public service announcement Montgomery County hospitals encouraging people to call 911

It's a public service announcement being made to save lives. → Read More

Houston-area water park to defy Gov. Abbott’s executive order and reopen for Memorial Day weekend

Water parks across Houston are ready to make a splash in time for the unofficial start of summer. However, Gov. Greg Abbott has given water or amusement parks the green light to reopen. → Read More

Deshaun Watson encourages, gives advice to class of 2020 in virtual ceremony

Texans’ star quarterback Deshaun Watson has been riding out the pandemic here in Houston and sheltering with a few family members, staying in shape and picking up a new hobby or two. → Read More

Katy students fight for chance to have graduation ceremony with petition drive

Graduation is something almost every graduating senior and family are looking forward to, but COVID-19 has stolen away a moment many had been cherishing for years. → Read More

Houstonians are weighing concerns as gyms prepare to reopen Monday

Gyms and fitness centers are preparing to reopen on Monday but a lot of Houstonians are wondering if they should stay away a little longer or go and get back into their old fitness routine? If you’ve been sweating it out at home over the past couple of months a sports medicine expert says you may want to stay the course. → Read More

Alex Bregman pulling all-nighter playing video games to help Houston families

The competition has been stiff and the grind has been an uphill battle for Astros third baseman Alex Bregman. → Read More

Reopening Texas: Movie theater steps into spotlight, among the first to reopen in Houston area

The lights, camera and popcorn machines are back in action at the Star Cinema Grill at Baybrook Mall. → Read More

Pearland woman creates ‘Bubble Bus’ to help children, families celebrate with safety in mind

Ellie Stevenson, of Pearland, is turning 7 years old and in the age of social distancing, had to have a car parade, balloons, and bubbles from The Bubble Bus right? → Read More

Texas A&M, MD Anderson, Baylor part of clinical trial testing tuberculosis vaccine for coronavirus treatment

With every swab, prick, and poke, researchers could be taking the first possible step in protecting people across the globe from coronavirus. Researchers at the Texas A&M Health Science Center lead a group of five institutions looking to repurpose a long-used vaccine in the fight against coronavirus. The group also includes MD Anderson Cancer Center and the Baylor College of Medicine. → Read More

Rice University study reveals symptomatic Houstonians are not getting tested for COVID-19

A new survey from Rice University is digging beneath the surface with details on how Houstonians are dealing with the coronavirus. → Read More

Pearland photographer shares commitment and pain of healthcare workers battling COVID-19

It’s the face of commitment, resolve, separation and love. A photographer is capturing moving photos of a group of Houston area healthcare professionals who are on the front lines in the fight against coronavirus with their families. → Read More

Houston-area churches prepping for parishioners to return, changes in store for members

Houston-area churches are preparing the music, the pews, the signs, and the digital instructions for parishioners, who have been away for weeks to return to mass Sunday. → Read More

Houston area businesses get advice on right approach as they prepare to open

Two days and counting. → Read More

COVID-19 testing site closing under United Memorial due to low numbers, reopening under new group Monday

United Memorial Medical Center is ending its affiliation with the location because traffic has slowed to a crawl in recent days. → Read More

VA nurses return from the frontlines in New Orleans, share message for Houston

Two of Houston’s healthcare warriors are back home from battle in one of the nation’s hardest-hit areas for coronavirus. → Read More

State plans to take Hurricane Harvey funds from the city of Houston

The Texas General Land Office is planning to eliminate the city of Houston's control of funding for Hurricane Harvey housing relief. → Read More

Polio survivor rediscovers love for painting after being confined due to coronavirus

A 76-year-old woman who survived the poliovirus has now rediscovered her love for painting after being confined to her independent living facility for seniors due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Coronavirus pandemic expected to inflict deep cuts to Houston’s upcoming budget

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner says the budget for Fiscal Year 2021, which begins in June, will be worse than the 2016 budget when the city saw its first deficit in its history. → Read More