Luke Jones
Luke Jones is a native Houstonian who's excited to call the city home again after several years away.

He joins Eyewitness News from WKRC in Cincinnati, Ohio where he covered many stories that made national headlines including a break-in at an FBI field office and the subsequent fatal standoff, a mass shooting at a Louisville, Kentucky bank, and a powerful EF4 tornado that killed over 50 people in western Kentucky.

Before Cincinnati, Luke worked at WREG in Memphis, Tennessee. While there. he uncovered the fact that a county government psychologist was unlicensed, forcing the county to re-screen hundreds of sheriff's deputies, firefighters, and paramedics. His weeks of coverage of the county health department's mishandling of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout culminated in the health director stepping down and the state stripping the health department of its vaccine responsibilities.

Luke is no stranger to the Houston airwaves. He got his start at a local radio station where he worked throughout middle school and high school.

He loves the outdoors, exploring the city, and spending quality time with his pets. He's a cat guy and dog guy.

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Persons of interest now charged with murder in 12-year-old's strangulation, Houston police say
Houston police said surveillance images of that evening helped lead them to the suspects. Police said both men were seen walking with the young girl in the area where she would later be found dead.
3 accused of stealing nearly $3K worth of power by wiring line from pole to home, records allege
According to court documents, the suspects connected electric wiring to a power pole and had the wire running into one of their homes.
7-year-old boy dead, grandmother hospitalized after house fire in Houston, fire crews say
At the scene, fire crews reported finding the front of the house completely engulfed in flames, and heard the mother screaming for help. Officials said a total of six people were in the house.
Houston woman pleads guilty to $500K wire fraud as victims of recent storms await for FEMA's aid
"You're taking away from people who actually need the help," one of several victims in May's deadly storm told ABC13 while a Houston woman pleaded guilty to a fraud scheme involving disaster relief funds this week.
Southside Houston home's lawn still overgrown 11 months after neighbors alerted city
One neighbor said he paid landscapers to trim some weeds of poison ivy but said he's no longer able to keep up. Another neighbor said this has gotten out of control.
12-year-old thought 'I was gonna die' when teen suspects shot him 20 times with gel pellet guns
Only on 13, the young boy said the suspects pulled up next to him and asked, "What's up," before shooting him with the pellet gun. But he said he wasn't their only victim.
DoorDash driver allegedly used woman's name when passenger stole $700 scooter from Cypress customer
A Cypress woman told ABC13 she doesn't trust DoorDash after a man used a woman's name to deliver Chick-fil-A, and his barefoot passenger allegedly stole her daughter's friend's $700 scooter.
Suspect on the loose after shooting man to death in a neighborhood in W. Harris County, HCSO says
The victim, whose mother identified him as 20-year-old Jyron Johnson, took off running down Silverhawk toward his house. In surveillance video obtained exclusively by ABC13, you can hear at least 10 gunshots.
10- to 15-year-old suspects sought after cat set on fire, 9 malnourished animals rescued, Pct 1 says
Deputies said the suspects, believed to be between 10 and 15 years old, are wanted for allegedly setting a kitten on fire.
Houston ISD's state takeover could end sooner than expected, TEA-appointed superintendent says
The controversial Mike Miles era could have a light at the end of the tunnel. The state-appointed leader revealed improving STAAR scores. But one parent cautions not to make judgements yet.