KPRC Local 2 Editorials

Editorial: What has gotten accomplished in Houston over the summer?

There were many issues that were big topics of discussion for Houstonians this summer.  Has anything been resolved?  KPRC Local 2’s General Manager Jerry Martin talks about the city’s actions, and/…

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Helping those with mental illnesses

We are hopeful that due to Robin Williams death that depression and mental illness comes out of the shadows and begins to lose its stigma, allowing people to find the courage to seek help.

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Editorial: Who's to blame in immigration crisis?

Sadly there is no political will in Washington over the past few decades to tackle the issue, says KPRC Local 2 General Manager Jerry Martin.

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KPRC Local 2's summer blood drive

We are conducting our 22nd annual blood drive with our partners at Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center. They tell us the need for blood is greater than ever and always increases in the summertime.

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Paying tribute to American heroes on Memorial Day

Jerry Martin, general manager of KPRC Local 2, highlights the significance of Memorial Day.

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Houston Equal Rights Ordinance

We need to codify what we stand for in Houston -- equal rights for all.

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Renewed effort to educate our children

Both candidates for Texas governor have pre-K education recommendations they want to enact if elected. And just this week Neil Bush, chairman of the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation,…

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Local exhibit showcases ordinary citizens who made a difference

KPRC Local 2 is proud to be a media sponsor of 'The Rescuers: Picturing Moral Courage,' now through August at the Houston Holocaust Museum.

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The power of one person making a difference

Last week, Local 2 shared the story of Kenny Thompson who donated hundreds of dollars to zero out 60 delinquent lunch accounts at an HISD elementary school. This shows how one person can make a big…

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Meet Jerry Martin

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