Chaz Miller
Chaz Miller joined ABC13 as an assignment editor in 2015 and became a community journalist in February 2019.

A graduate of Northeastern University, Chaz spent time as a producer, shooter, and editor at various Houston stations before joining KTRK. As a young kid, he took an interest in broadcasting by listening to Milo Hamilton announce Astros games. In fact, Chaz's greatest talent in junior high and high school was finding ways to sneak his radio into class for day baseball games.

As an adult, Chaz loves covering Houston's unique people and places and is always looking for a good story that highlights the uniqueness of our community!

A native of Friendswood, Chaz currently lives in Pearland with his wife, daughter, two dogs, and an irritable cat. In his spare time, he enjoys running, watching sports and listening to Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan.

Chaz's Stories
A&C Plastics in Houston gives back in hard times
This South Houston plastics company is stepping up in a time of need! A&C Plastics is switching gears to create everything from sneeze guards to face shields. 👏
Vallensons' Brewing Company adapts to changing times
A NASA employee turned brewer in Pearland is surprising his customers in a unique way!
Hexa Containment evolves with COVID-19 outbreak
This La Porte manufacturer is switching gears and stepping up to produce much-needed PPE and masks! 👏🏻
Little Matt's Strives To Give Back Despite Slow Business
Little Matt's has been a staple in West University Place for a decade. Despite slower business the last couple weeks, they're still working hard to give back to young patients at Texas Children's Hospital.
Oliver the therapy dog brings his love online
This adorable therapy dog is bringing smiles to the faces of elementary school students with virtual visits!
Local business owner supports employees and the restaurant industry
This local business owner bought thousands of dollars worth of restaurant gift cards for his employees. See how they're using them to support local eateries!
Good Dog Houston adapts to changing times amid COVID-19 outbreak
Good Dog in Montrose is known for its gourmet hot dogs, but now they're offering even more to customers.
Kids' Meals ask for volunteers due to increased demand
With schools being closed, Kids' Meals need help delivering and packaging meals for preschoolers and their siblings.
Friendswood library offers special feature for kids at home during coronavirus pandemic
Although the library is closed, it's offering free books for everyone and an online story session for children.
Pearland after-school program tries to help working parents during COVID-19 outbreak
Are you a working parent that needs someone to take care of your child now that schools are canceled?