Renters in Houston and Harris County who are struggling to make ends meet because of the COVID-19 pandemic can begin applying for assistance on Thursday.
Sugar Land city council recently approved steps to help residents impacted by the winter storms last week.
KPRC 2 and our parent company Graham Media Group have made donations to support winter storm relief efforts.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner will announce the Greater Houston 2021 Winter Storm Relief Fund on Monday during a news conference at 1 p.m.
KPRC 2 is continuing to feature local businesses as the Houston economy re-opens. Today we’re featuring Texas institutions in Sugar Land whose mission is to help the comm...
The U.S. economy has taken a significant hit due to coronavirus pandemic with about 2.1 million in Texas who have filed for unemployment benefits.Luckily, there are sever...
As much as 1.9 million Texans filed for unemployment since the coronavirus pandemic began, shutting down businesses. Of the 1.9 million, many of whom were disqualified fo...
We know times are tough right now, especially for parents who have lost their employment due to the coronavirus crisis.
The coronavirus pandemic is threatening to permanently shut down VFW Post 7109 in Pearland due to funding, six months after marking their 50th anniversary.
A national nonprofit organization wants to ensure that low-income Texas families struggling because of the coronavirus pandemic have the tools and resources needed for th...
The Houston Astros is selling dark blue Astro t-shirts, featuring “Houston Together: One City. One Nation. One World,” for COVID-19 relief.
As Houstonians are hunkering down, working from home and going online more, people are turning to social media to help those affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
With thousands out of work and children home from school, the number of Houstonians in need of food has skyrocketed in the last two months.
Joel and Victoria Osteen made a six-figure contribution to Houston Astros’ Alex Bregman’s mission to help raise funds for the Houston Food Bank.
KPRC 2 anchor Owen Conflenti sat down with Astros third baseman to talk about why he decided to partner with the Houston Food Bank to raise money to help feed Houston.