What the KPRC 2 team is thankful for this year

KPRC2's current building on Southwest Freeway.
KPRC2's current building on Southwest Freeway. (KPRC)

After a year like no other, KPRC 2 reporters and anchors share that they’re grateful for friends, family, community and the technology that’s kept everyone connected.

Frank Billingsley, chief meteorologist

“I’m thankful for Optimism and Happiness. Those two intrinsic values get us through life and we’ve never needed them more than this year. I am thankful they are part of the human make up and especially grateful to be in a country that so strongly encourages both of them.”

Lauren Freeman, anchor

“We have so much to be thankful for this year, I’m so grateful for my family and friends. As my 5 boys get older we just have more fun during holidays, trips, and day to day life. We appreciate the small things like baby giggles and riding our bike to get dessert. My husband and I are so happy together and can’t wait for more!”

Re’Chelle Turner, reporter

“I’m so thankful for my job and my family. I can’t thank KPRC enough for giving me the opportunity to tell stories across Houston! My family has supported me along the way and I love them so much.”

Vanessa Richardson, sports reporter

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