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
Houston Dynamo star Memo Rodriguez lists go-to spots in El Campo
ABC13 Plus is exploring Memo's hometown of El Campo, and it looks like there are some good food spots on his list you may have to check out!
America's largest indoor waterpark opens in Texas!
The new Kalahari Resorts in Round Rock is home to the largest indoor water park in the country!
From El Campo to BBVA Stadium: Memo Rodriguez's journey to becoming a Dynamo star
Memo Rodriguez has overcome many obstacles, and through determination and the dedication of his mom, his dreams have come true.
#CharlieStrong: El Campo HS football team dedicates season to young fan battling cancer
A kind spirit carried by a boy battling cancer before the age of 10 is the reason why the team is going extra hard on the field.
Humble ISD students gain national recognition helping homeless veterans
AMAZING WORK! Veterans are getting a chance at a new life, thanks to some Humble ISD students with BIG hearts!
Pick your president with these tasty treats at 3 Houston restaurants
Three Brothers Bakery has predicted the winner of the last three presidential elections with their "Vote with Your Tastebuds" cookie poll.
The must-see spot in Houston that happens to be a cemetery
Believe it or not, Glenwood Cemetery is a must-see spot for tourists. And it's the final resting place for many notable Houstonians.
Become a tourist in your own city: Must-see spots in Asiatown
You can't visit Asiatown without checking out these spots
Christmas comes early for 14-year-old Houston boy fighting rare cancer
Ryan's family isn't sure if he'll make it through the end of the year since he's battling a rare cancer, so they wanted this month special!
Take a tasty tour of Asiatown with the "Karaoke Queen"
The "Karaoke Queen" Victoria Ma gives a tour of some of the many great restaurants in Houston's Asiatown