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
Cancer survivor running Aramco Half Marathon for dad who lost his own battle
Humble ISD educator and cancer survivor Kasey Davis is running in honor of her dad who lost his own battle with the disease.
Patriotism, hope mark 2021's Shell Freedom Over Texas fireworks show
Pyrotecnico is the company in charge of executing the fireworks show at Shell Freedom Over Texas each year. Here's what it takes to pull it off.
Country star Lee Brice has never abandoned his gospel upbringing
Lee Brice shares stories from his tours, what inspires him as he's writing and what he's looking forward to this Sunday at Freedom Over Texas.
Local veteran thanks the Houston Food Bank for their generosity
Many people are returning to normal, but the Houston Food Bank still needs help. This veteran is so thankful for their assistance, she wants to pay it forward one day
Houston water fee hike approved by city council
City leaders passed a measure Wednesday morning on the largest water free hike in nearly two decades. Here's what that means for you.
TxDOT seeing 'a lot more aggressive driving' out on Houston roads
Houston police said there were eight road rage incidents that led to fatal shootings in Houston in 2020 compared to five in 2019.
Run for a reason: Steve Boone is 71 and training for his 777th marathon
"One race at a time, one step at a time" This 71-year-old is sharing his secret to running 777 marathons!
Ball High School's robotics team is taking on the world
Galveston's Ball High School Robotics team isn't just good, they're the best in Texas!
Houston restaurant owners face summer of uncertainty amid reopening
As diners return, Houston restaurant owners say filling jobs and raising wages will be no easy task after COVID-19 fight.
Everyone who took refuge at this Galveston building survived
The "castle house" in Galveston has seen its share of bad storms since it was built in the 1890s.