Jason Miles, KENS 5

Jason Miles

KENS 5

Houston, TX, United States

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Recent:
  • KENS 5
  • KHOU
Past:
  • 12NewsNow
  • KYTX CBS19
  • KCEN News
  • NEWS CENTER Maine
  • 13WMAZ News
  • WFAA TV
  • WHAS11 News
  • THV11
  • USA TODAY

Recent articles by Jason:

Houston bars find ways to stay in business amid new COVID rules

While some bars are trying to find ways to adapt to the new rules others have allegedly refused to close resulting in being placed on the city's "Wall of Shame." → Read More

Testing remains a priority amid COVID-19 surge in Houston

High 'positivity rate' is a concern for health officials. → Read More

'Our biggest frustration is that people are not listening'

As Texas continues to set daily records for new cases, UMMC chief medical officer said the hospital added more beds to a wing dedicated solely to COVID-19 patients. → Read More

'It will be a heritage tourism attraction' | Local Juneteenth landmarks to be part of planned Emancipation Trail

A recently signed law cleared the way for a study on the trail → Read More

'He was unjustly treated': Horse-drawn hearse owner talks about special service for George Floyd funeral

Vintage Horse Carriage Rides owner Terrence Reed said he provided the services for free because of how Floyd was treated. → Read More

Trae tha Truth: 'I believe George is the spark of something way different'

Local rapper and community activist shares his thoughts from the George Floyd viewing ceremony in Houston. → Read More

George Floyd will be buried in Pearland following private funeral

A public visitation will precede a private memorial service next Monday and Tuesday → Read More

HISD exploring year-round school, more remote learning for 2020-21

Staggered schedules, remote learning, district officials are exploring all sorts of options. → Read More

'Some percentage of temporary layoffs will end up permanent'

According to the Texas Workforce Commission, the Gulf Coast region, including Houston, is where most of the state’s jobless claims were filed last month. → Read More

Parents struggle with chance of more remote learning next year

The TEA's new recommendations include an earlier start and ending date with more breaks and remote learning. → Read More

Bullet train company wins right to take private land in Texas, but legal fight may not be over

Texas Central won the right to use eminent domain thanks to a court of appeals ruling. → Read More

Survey finds food insecurity among mothers with children up 200 percent amid COVID-19 crisis

The Houston Food Bank is holding more large-scale food giveaways in order to serve more families. → Read More

Vast majority with COVID-19 symptoms not tested, Rice University study says

A Rice University survey shows that many who said they felt symptoms didn't get tested for COVID-19. → Read More

Galveston Island Beach Patrol looking to hire 80 lifeguards to keep up with influx of visitors

Galveston Island Beach Patrol is looking to hire 80 lifeguards. → Read More

Galveston beaches reopen with COVID-19 recommendations in place

As Texas entered the beginning states of reopening, people flocked to Galveston for some sunshine. → Read More

Study identifies Harris County neighborhoods hardest hit by COVID-19 unemployment

A study done by the Kinder Institute for Urban Research at Rice University shows that economically challenged areas are suffering the most. → Read More

New study: COVID-19 economic hit to Houston equal to four Hurricane Harveys

CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger says hard times are inevitable for oil and gas and other industries in the short term. → Read More

Harris County residents have mixed opinions about mandatory mask order

"I feel uncomfortable being around people who are not wearing them." → Read More

East End restaurants rally as new UH study reveals statewide impact of coronavirus

Houston restaurant owners held a rally in the East End as 80 percent of surveyed restaurants say they've been forced to lay off employees. → Read More

'The lows are low and they hurt really bad'

The fallout for thousands of oil and gas workers may be unavoidable. → Read More