Briana Zamora-Nipper, KPRC 2 Houston

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KPRC 2 Houston

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Past articles by Briana:

HPD: Off-duty deputy constable’s wife, step-daughter injured during home invasion; suspect at large

The four-year-old step-daughter and wife of an off-duty Harris Co. Precinct 1 deputy constable were shot inside their apartment early Sunday during a home invasion, according to the Houston Police Department. → 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

WATCH: Video captures moment police horse tramples woman during Houston rally

One woman was hurt by a police horse when a mounted officer walked toward a crowd of demonstrators Friday during a rally in downtown Houston over the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after a white policeman kneeled on his neck for several minutes. → Read More

Jack Yates HS alumni hold walk, vigil for George Floyd in MacGregor Park Saturday

Jack Yates High School alumni held a vigil and walk in MacGregor Park on Saturday to honor George Floyd. → Read More

HCSO: Man playing pool hit by stray bullet at Houston honky-tonk

A man playing pool at a honky-tonk in northeast Houston was struck in the buttocks by a stray bullet Saturday morning. → Read More

Enjoy the sights of the Serengeti at these 5 Texas drive-thru safaris

When you’re ready to tackle an adventure beyond your own backyard, consider an African safari, Texas style. Enjoy the sights of the Serengeti from the comfort of your car when you motor through these Texas drive-thru safaris. → Read More

This ‘Fixer Upper’ barndominium listed on Airbnb is the perfect family vacation rental

Hankering for a small-town escape but don’t want to drive too far? Is HGTV hands-down your favorite channel? Do you consider yourself a connoisseur of the modern farmhouse aesthetic? If you answered yes to any of these questions, we’ve found you the perfect weekend getaway. → Read More

TIMELINE: Houston’s firsts, from the momentous to the mundane and everything in between

Since its founding in 1836, Houston has had some unforgettable and historic firsts, such as the first Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (then known as the Houston Fat Stock Show & Rodeo) in 1932 or that time back in 1969 when "Houston” was the first word spoken from the lunar surface during the first manned mission to the moon, an undertaking controlled from the Manned Spacecraft Center in… → Read More

Reopening Texas: This week, DPS will begin phased opening of driver license offices

Here are the most important things happening this week: → Read More

South County 4th of July parade canceled in The Woodlands for 2020 due to COVID-19 concerns

The South County 4th of July Committee and Market Street announced in a statement Thursday that its 44th annual “Stars and Stripes Forever” Fourth of July parade is canceled this year due to coronavirus concerns. → Read More

Husband, wife found dead inside Katy home after apparent murder-suicide

A husband and wife were found dead inside a Katy home Saturday night. The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the deaths as a murder-suicide. → Read More

HPD: 1 person injured in fiery, multi-vehicle crash on Hwy 59

One person was injured in a fiery crash Sunday morning. → Read More

Suspect in custody following shooting at Post Oak Hotel, police say

A suspect is in custody following a shooting at a Houston hotel. → Read More

HPD: Man shot, killed by common-law wife during domestic dispute

Just after midnight on Sunday, the Houston Police Department and the Houston Fire Department responded to reports of a shooting in the 6300 block of Richmond Avenue. → Read More

Senior living community in Bryan reports 45 cases of COVID-19

Parc at Traditions, a senior living community in Bryan reported 45 cases of COVID-19 among residents and staff. → Read More

Man killed after being shot more than 20 times in southwest Houston, police say

A man is dead Saturday morning after he was shot more than 20 times in southwest Houston, police said. → 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

Venture underground: 6 family-friendly Texas caves worth exploring this summer

When you’re ready to tackle an adventure beyond your own backyard, grab your headlamp, head underground and explore these six showstopping Texas caves centuries in the making. → Read More

Totally tubular: This Texas Airbnb is a haven for ’80s nostalgia

Got a hankering for all the trappings of your childhood? Get your fix with a stay at an Airbnb inspired by ‘80s nostalgia. → Read More

The top 10 most wish-listed homes on Airbnb during the coronavirus

Travel might be restricted amid the pandemic, but that hasn’t stopped us from fantasizing about (and Googling) the incredible adventures we long to take. → Read More