Brittany Jeffers, KPRC 2 Houston

Brittany Jeffers

KPRC 2 Houston

Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Brittany:

Here is how some Houston-area school districts plan to hold graduation ceremonies

Needville ISD is preparing for an in-person graduation ceremony Friday for the class of 2020 seniors. → Read More

‘Times are hard’: Man says he forgives suspect who stole his stimulus check

A Montgomery County man is facing serious charges after he was accused of stealing an elderly man’s stimulus check in New Caney, deputies said. → Read More

Houston-area hair and nail salons prepare to reopen Friday under new statewide protocols

Barbershops and hair, nail and tanning salons are preparing to reopen on Friday, after Gov. Greg Abbott announced new guidelines to reopen Tuesday. → Read More

A call to expedite the release of funds for college students under CARES Act during pandemic

Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee is calling to expedite the release of funds for college students under the CARES Act. → Read More

Some local gyms in survival mode during stay home order

Some local gyms are in survival mode as they attempt to adapt to the stay home, work safe order. → Read More

From beaches to businesses. This is how Houston reopened Friday

Friday was the first day of Texas governor’s phase 1 of reopening the state. Local businesses and restaurants listed in phase 1 welcomed their customers back with open doors after being shut for weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Houston-area salon owners urge for the Texas governor to allow their businesses to reopen

As Texas prepares for the first phase of reopening Friday, some in the cosmetology industry are sending a strong message. → Read More

Employment attorney answers questions on workers’ concerns about going back to work

Some businesses are preparing to reopen their doors on Friday with limited capacity Friday following the governor’s orders to reopening Texas during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

City of Houston launches new domestic violence awareness campaign

The city of Houston has launched a new domestic violence awareness campaign Wednesday. → Read More

Walgreens launches 2 new rapid testing sites in west Houston, Pasadena

New options for coronavirus testing rolled out in Harris County on Friday. → Read More

Walgreens opening 2 coronavirus testing sites in Harris County

Harris County has partnered with Walgreens to open two more COVID-19 testing sites. → Read More

5 people test positive for coronavirus at assisted living facility in LaPorte

Five people have tested positive for the cornonavirus at an assisted living facility in LaPorte. → Read More

How Fort Bend County is enforcing non-essential business closures

According to a Fort Bend County constable, questions have started to trickle in from citizens concerned about what businesses can and can’t be open under the county ‘Stay at Home’ order. → Read More

School districts, students prepare for coursework to begin online

School districts and students prepare for coursework to begin online. After a soft launch last week, school is now in session online for students at Klein Independent School District. → Read More

Local organizers step up to help ease concerns over food insecurity

Many organizations across the Houston area have stepped up to help ease the concerns over food insecurity. → Read More

Local businesses force to temporarily close after stay-home-work-safe order

Some businesses in Harris County are preparing to temporarily close their doors following the stay-home-work-safe order. → Read More

Teams fire up grills for Houston Rodeo cook-off

For 10 days, crews and competitors have been busy prepping to showcase delicious barbeque for the World’s Championship Bar-B-Que Contest. → Read More

Dog helps save neighbor dog from coyote attack in Magnolia

A dog survives an attack by a pack of coyotes thanks to the help of a neighbor's dog. → Read More

KPRC viewers dish on the worst Christmas presents they’ve ever received

KPRC viewers dish on the worst Christmas presents they’ve ever received → Read More

Police release new video of man wanted in connection with fatal shooting

Authorities have released new surveillance video in hopes that it will lead to the positive identification of a person police believe shot and killed a homeowner in north Harris County. → Read More