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Frank Billingsley reflects on some of his biggest storm coverage moments

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www.youtube.com – KPRC 2 Click2Houston – 2024-06-06 12:02:52

SUMMARY: After 30 years of dedicated service, it's hard to imagine you not working here. Your journey began in 1982, with your first professional hurricane coverage of Alicia in 1983. You've been a constant presence since joining the market in 1989. Notably, Hurricane Ike and the devastation in Boliver and stand out in your memory. Your commitment to keeping the community informed, even showing people their homes via helicopter, reflects your dedication. On behalf of the team and the community, we will deeply miss your smile, humor, knowledge, and expertise. Best wishes for your next chapter; we're all rooting for you.

KPRC 2 Chief Meteorologist Frank Billingsley is retiring at the end of June. Here he talks with Meteorologist Anthony Yanez about his years covering hurricanes and Houston's biggest storms.

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‘No one murdered my mother’: Son reveals mother’s mental health struggles before alligator incident

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www.youtube.com – KPRC 2 Click2Houston – 2024-07-15 22:28:05

SUMMARY: At 10 PM tonight, KPRC2’s investigative team will provide new insights into the death of a 63-year-old Clear Lake woman found in an alligator’s jaws. The victim, Robin Perer, disappeared on May 27th; her body was discovered less than a mile from her home in the Brook Forest Subdivision. Despite initial confusion about her path, it is now believed she likely entered the water from a bridge near her home. Her son revealed that she had a history of suicide attempts involving water, adding a tragic context to the case. For those struggling with suicidal thoughts, assistance is available via the National Suicide Hotline at 988.

Robin Jean Puryear, 63, a retiree, left her Clear Lake City home one night and never made it back.

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Former Secret Service agent speaks on Trump assassination attempt | FOX 7 Austin

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www.youtube.com – FOX 7 Austin – 2024-07-15 22:15:22

SUMMARY: Former President Donald Trump narrowly escaped injury when a gunman opened fire at a rally near Pittsburgh, killing a spectator. The 20-year-old gunman bought 50 rounds of ammo hours prior and fired from a nearby rooftop. The Secret Service faces scrutiny for inadequate preparation and resource allocation, failing to secure the rooftop. Retired agent Robert Cabano criticized both local law enforcement and the Secret Service for their inaction. Despite agents' best efforts during the incident, Cabano fears law enforcement complacency and thin resources might lead to repeated incidents unless public attitudes toward violence change.

The investigation is only beginning following this weekend's assassination attempt on former President Trump at a rally in Pennsylvania. Criticism of the Secret Service is ramping up with mounting questions about how prepared the agency was.

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Frisco teen raises $30,000 for Eagle Scout project to make garden ADA-accessible

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-07-15 21:36:25

SUMMARY: Fifteen-year-old Jonathan Eaton earned significant donations to make a community garden in Frisco Commons Park, Texas, more accessible, aligning with his Eagle Scout project. Eaton aims to install four ADA-compliant garden beds, ensuring ease of use for individuals with disabilities. The project, inspired by a family passion for gardening, particularly honored Eaton's late grandfather, also an Eagle Scout. Over six to eight months, Eaton raised $30,000 and coordinated volunteers to build not only the garden beds but also additional features like shaded areas and a new compost site. The initiative aims to create a welcoming and inclusive space for the community.

A 15-year-old received tens of thousands of dollars in donations for his Eagle Scout project to make a Frisco community garden more accessible.

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