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Ladies & Gentlemen: Those who are or used to be fans of NBC 2 KPRC-TV Houston back in the good ole days, might remember these anchors or reporters, who worked for the NBC station. Gayle Anderson (1986-1991): "2 On Your Side" Reporter/Midday Anchor (now with KTLA-TV) Wes Hohenstein (2003-2006): (Weekday Morning Meteorologist): [now with WNCN-TV in Raleigh, NC] Kay Bailey Hutchison (1967-1972): first female TV reporter at the station; later went on to serve in the TX House of Representatives (1973-1977); won 5 statewide elections as TX State Treasurer (1991-1993) & United States Senator (1993-2013): her last campaign ended embarrassingly as she got crushed by Governor Perry in the March 2nd, 2010 GOP Gubernatorial Primary by 20 + percentage points. UPDATE: KBH currently served as US Ambassador to NATO under POTUS Donald Trump. Tom Jarrlel (formerly with ABC News) Tony Kovaleski (1997-2001) [now with KNTV-TV] Linda Lorelle (1989-2006): Weekend Anchor & later Weekday Evening Anchor [now with KUHT-TV's Red, White & Blue show] Ray Miller (1950s-1979): Deceased Ron Stone (1972-1992): Deceased Tim Lake (1987-1992): Weekend anchor Sylvia Perez (1985-1989): Weekend Anchor/Health Reporter (formerly with ABC 7 WLS-TV Chicago, IL & FOX 32 WFLD-TV Chicago, IL) John Quinones (1975-1978) [now with ABC News] Jacque Reid (1997-2000) [later with BET Nightly News] Janet Shanilan (1995-1997) [currently with NBC News] Spencer Tillman (1987-1997) [later went to WABC-TV & currently with CBS Sports] Chris Wragge (1998-2004) [later went to WCBS-TV] Paula Zahn (1981-1983) [formerly with CBS News & CNN] Marvin Zindler (1950-1954) [later went to Ch. 13 KTRK-TV, 1973-2007] Deceased Rich Schwartz: Sports Weekend Anchor Roland Galvan (1988-mid 1990s): Deceased Melvin Epps: Weekend Weather Anchor *Anyone else I left out, just let me know immediately & give your take on others, who used to work for NBC 2 KPRC-TV Houston. *Below is a photo of NBC 2 's studio set with the downtown skyline sprawled out, which consisted from 1988 until 1995. Here's a news update from Sylvia Perez from 1989: Weekend news reports from Larry Audas, who subbed in for Tim Lake (1989) Ted Shaw's weather forecast: May 17th, 1989 6:00 PM Newscast with Bill Balleza & Jan Carson: