Andy Cerota, KPRC 2 Houston

Andy Cerota

KPRC 2 Houston

Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Andy:

Top federal health officials visit Baylor College of Medicine for an update on COVID-19 vaccine trial

Baylor College of Medicine is playing a crucial role in two of the most important parts of the fight against COVID-19 — the development of a safe and effective vaccine and some of the next most promising treatments for the virus. → Read More

Identity thieves targeting local car dealerships during COVID-19 pandemic

Car dealerships in the Houston area are getting more attention during these uncertain times, but not just from honest consumers. → Read More

When some of Houston’s craft breweries plan to reopen after getting green light from Gov. Abbott

Houston’s craft breweries are big business and for the last several weeks the taps have been dry. But, following Gov. Greg Abbott’s announcement Monday, breweries like No Label Brewing Company are getting ready to reopen Friday. → Read More

Will local entertainment venues reopen for concerts?

The concert and event industry as a whole maneuvering through a lot of challenges during this time. White Oak Music Hall had furloughed many of its staff members during the pandemic. → Read More

These are the health protocols that local ‘big box retailers’ are taking as they reopen

Most shopping malls have been open since the beginning of May but a lot of “big box retailers” stayed closed as they worked to map out the best plan to allow shoppers inside while keeping everyone safe. → Read More

Woman sends letters of love to mother quarantined at League City senior living community

We’ve seen and heard so many touching stories about family members staying connected during this pandemic, in creative ways. For one local woman, it’s through the lost art of letter writing. → Read More

2 new testing sites open as push continues to test most vulnerable

Two more Covid-19 testing sites opened in the Houston area Friday morning. → Read More

Local couple ties the knot at iconic waterwall amid COVID-19 pandemic

A local couple tying the knot Monday morning in front of friends and family exchanged vows in a way they would have never imagined. → Read More

Houston pop-up kitchen serves free, hot meals to unemployed, seniors during coronavirus outbreak

A pop-up kitchen started by Houston City Councilmember Letitia Plummer aims to serve hot meals to at least 100 hungry Houstonians each day during the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Social distancing needs to continue as Houston has not yet reached peak, Mayor says

Houston health officials are working to slow the progression of coronavirus in the city and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said in a news conference Tuesday that social distancing is helping. → Read More

Missouri City Councilman describes fighting coronavirus in ICU, medical complications

Missouri City Councilman Jeffrey Boney said battling coronavirus has been a true test of his faith and is undoubtedly one of the most challenging things he has ever experienced. → Read More

Local pharmaceutical company donates hand sanitizer to Houston Fire Department

First responders not only rely on masks and gloves but also the same cleaning products residents use every day, which includes hand sanitizer. → Read More

With 800K Texans filing for unemployment, TWC vows changes are coming after system overwhelmed

As part of the stimulus deal, unemployed and furloughed workers in Texas could get $600 a week, for up to four months as more people lose their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic that has strangled the U.S. and world economies. This money would be in addition to the money they’d receive from the state of Texas. → Read More

Local leaders push to test more seniors amid coronavirus pandemic

Seniors are some of the most vulnerable when it comes to catching Coronavirus. Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee said she is working to make sure those seniors who can’t make it to a testing site but wanted to get tested, have the means to do so. → Read More

Memorial Hermann doctor answers tough questions about the coronavirus

Our inbox is full of questions from you, our viewers, and please keep them coming! → Read More

Clean up plan in place after cancer cluster identified in 5th Ward Houston

There’s a renewed sense of hope for families living in two Houston neighborhoods of northeast Houston after a cancer cluster is identified by the state. → Read More

'Very challenging’: Chinatown businesses are losing customers due to coronavirus rumors, owners say

A rumor of a possible case of coronavirus that spread across social media has been keeping customers away from many businesses in Houston’s Chinatown, business owners say. → Read More

Owner of Houston-area car dealership says he’s been targeted repeatedly by identity thieves

When you think of identity theft, you might think it is strictly an online crime. But, the Houston Police Department is dealing with more and more cases involving identity thieves who are walking into car dealerships and using fake documents to purchase vehicles. → Read More

Man accused in deadly December hit-and-run that killed auto shop owner surrenders, officials say

A man wanted in the deadly hit-and-run death of an auto shop owner in December turned himself in to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office Monday, more than a month after the wreck. → Read More

Adjustments to TxDot’s I-45 project to be unveiled by city planners

Houston City Planners are set to unveil their recommendations to segment three of TxDot’s North Houston High Improvement Project during a community workshop Thursday night. → Read More