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Aug. 6, 2014: A mosquito has tested positive for the Chikungunya virus and nine people have tested positive for the West Nile virus, according to the Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services. Jace Larson reports.
It's Hispanic Heritage Month and we're highlighting unique businesses and leaders around Houston. We're kicking things off with Party Pinatas Houston! It's a family owned business that's been around for 17 years. Local 2's Ruben Galvan reports.
Sept. 17, 2014: For the first time since his indictment, Adrian Peterson's mother is speaking out and defending her son. She says when you whip a child, it's not about abuse but about love. Phillip Mena reports.
Sept. 17, 2014: Parents held a meeting Wednesday night to discuss safety issues after two second-grade girls were put on the wrong bus and wound up a mile from their usual stop. Jennifer Bauer reports.
R&B singer Patti LaBelle took the stand Wednesday in a civil suit filed against her by a former West Point cadet, saying 'I've been doing this 52 years and I’ve heard all kinds of things.' Phil Archer reports.
The Mysteries of Laura is a new show that mixes a little bit of drama with family comedy. Show star Debra Messing describes her character as a hot mess. Messing and her co-star Josh Lucas joined KPRC Local 2 to talk about what’s to come.
Anheuser-Busch is brewing up something new at it's Houston factory! Grab some buds because the brewer is opening it's doors to beer-drinkers to show us where the magic happens. Local 2's Ruben Galvan reports.
Sept. 16, 2014: It was a big night for the Richards family -- not just because they were cheering on their Astros, but because they were celebrating another day of life and survival. Keith Garvin reports.
Sept. 16, 2014: Two men claimed an off-duty police officer unfairly targeted them while they were shopping in a southwest Houston Walmart. The incident led to one man being arrested for trespassing and the other being charged with interfering with a public servant. Robert Arnold reports.