Randy McIlvoy, KPRC 2 Houston

Randy McIlvoy

KPRC 2 Houston

Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Randy:

UH loses senior forward Fabian White Jr. to ACL injury

University of Houston senior forward Fabian White Jr. will miss the 2020-21 season after suffering a knee injury, Head Coach Kelvin Sampson announced Wednesday evening. → Read More

Astros to allow players access to Minute Maid Park, West Palm Beach facility on limited basis

The Astros are ready to move forward and allow players to have limited access to Minute Maid Park and the West Palm Beach facility starting Monday, the team confirmed Sunday. → Read More

Former Astros manager Art Howe released from the hospital after battling COVID-19

After battling the coronavirus for the past two weeks, former Astros manager and player Art Howe was released from the hospital. → Read More

North Shore running back Zach Evans lands at TCU

The recruiting process is finally over for North Shore running back Zach Evans. The Mustangs back, who was sent home from Arlington prior to the state title game in December for breaking a team rule, has landed in Fort Worth. → Read More

MLB reportedly eyes new plan that calls for three divisions and an early July start

Glance at the calendar and the month of May is about to begin on Friday. Could that signal that baseball season is around the corner? If Major League baseball has it its way the sounds of the game could arrive by early July. That would be great news to the sports world which has been silent as precautions tied to the CO-Vid 19 Pandemic have stopped everything in the sports landscape. → Read More

Houston boxing legend recovering after 35-day hospitalization fighting COVID-19

Houston boxing icon Termite Watkins has faced many obstacles in his lifetime both in and out of the ring. → Read More

Texans well aware of needs entering NFL Draft Weekend

The clock officially begins to countdown on Thursday night with NFL teams, GM’s, Head Coaches and Scouts will be spread out throughout the country at their respective homes to get this NFL draft going. With some IT help at each location let’s hope there are few glitches during the course of the three day draft. → Read More

Astros Skipper Dusty Baker addresses Jackie Robinson Day and state of the Astros

Astros manager Dusty Baker checked in from his home in Northern California on Wednesday to discuss the latest with the Astros and the impact that Jackie Robinson had on his life. Baker met with media members via a conference call for close to 20 minutes. Here are some of his top quotes from the session with reporters. → Read More

Simone Biles not ready to commit to 2021 Olympics, says postponing games was right decision

These are strange days for all of us dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and that includes Olympic great Simone Biles. The Spring resident and owner of 30 career gold medals on all levels is out of her comfort zone in the current state of our city, nation and across the world. → Read More

Commentary: DeAndre Hopkins trade is a bad day in Texans football history

The heat has been on the Texans and Bill O'Brien as a head coach, and things intensified when he took on the GM role. → Read More

MLB official discusses ongoing fallout, death threats from Astros’ sign-stealing scandal

Joe Torre, the special assistant to Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred, addressed the backlash the Astros are receiving from current players throughout the league, during a visit to Houston Thursday morning. → Read More

UH visits UConn as they continue chase for 2nd straight AAC title

The regular season is winding down for the 21st ranked UH Cougars as they make their run at the AAC Conference championship. Kelvin Sampson’s team is 22-7 and is aiming to become only the second UH squad to win back to back conference championships since the 1984 Cougars team that advanced to the Final Four during the Phi Slamma Jamma era. → Read More

Altuve moved by Correa’s support of him; declines to comment on Bellinger remarks

Monday marked the first official full squad workout of Astros spring training which brought out all of the position players on the field for 2 hours. → Read More

Houston Astros arrive for spring training with some explaining to do

The activity is slowly picking up here in West Palm Beach as the sounds of baseball are set to return in less than 24 hours. → Read More

Student-athletes make history across Houston on National Signing Day

National Signing Day across the country is where college football programs are built. Results may not occur for two or three years but the programs out there that are elite know how the process works, and that’s why they annually compete for conference championships and a shot at the four-team playoff. → Read More

Astros officially introduce new general manager, James Click

Astros owner Jim Crane has made his second big hire in less than a week. → Read More

What the UIL realignment means for Class 6A teams in Houston

Tis the season for the University Interscholastic League’s realignment and reclassification party to take place. Every two years is when the madness arrives and you see several districts affected as teams move up and in some cases move down classes for the following school year. → Read More

What are some of Dusty Baker’s priorities as he begins role as Astros manager?

Jim Crane vowed to do a thorough search for his new manager and after sixteen days and nine interviews the last man standing is Dusty Baker. → Read More

Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta reacts to the loss of NBA superstar Kobe Bryant

The passing of NBA legend Kobe Bryant has brought with it many tributes from those all across the NBA, the nation and the world. → Read More

Take your kids to Dynamo Charities’ new mini pitches at Herman Brown Park

It was a dream that began in 2017 thanks to a tweet from Dynamo legend Stuart Holden and now that dream is a reality. Thursday morning with nearly 40 students from nearby Whittier Elementary School, the Houston Dynamo Charities along with Holden, in partnership with the Houston Parks and Recreation Department, hosted a grand opening of the mini pitches built at Herman Brown Park in East Houston. → Read More