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Jason Miles

KCEN News

Houston, TX, United States

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Recent:
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  • KCEN News
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  • 13WMAZ News
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  • KENS 5
  • WHAS11 News
  • THV11
  • USA TODAY

Recent articles by Jason:

Bump at the pump expected after drone attacks in Saudi Arabia

AAA estimates that gas prices could go up about 25 cents for a gallon of regular gas. → Read More

Bump at the pump expected after drone attacks in Saudi Arabian

AAA estimates that gas prices could go up about 25 cents for a gallon of regular gas. → Read More

Bump at the pump expected after drone attacks in Saudi Arabia

AAA estimates that gas prices could go up about 25 cents for a gallon of regular gas. → Read More

Bump at the pump expected after drone attacks in Saudi Arabia

AAA estimates that gas prices could go up about 25 cents for a gallon of regular gas. → Read More

'My AR-15 is ready for you': O'Rourke claims Cain's tweet is a 'death threat'

A feud between Democratic presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke and Houston-area Republican state Rep. Briscoe Cain could now have the FBI involved. → Read More

TSU students, staff excited about hosting the next Democratic presidential debate

Ten Democratic presidential candidates will participate in the Thursday night event at Texas Southern University in Houston. → Read More

Quirky Seabrook landmark set for demolition thanks to highway expansion

TxDOT says the "triangle building" will be demolished next week to make way for Highway 146 widening. → Read More

Neighbor shoots man who stabbed woman after setting her house on fire

"The neighbor asked him to get off of her and he wouldn’t," said friend Kevin Polk. "And when he hit him one time, he kept coming and kept stabbing.” → Read More

Attention drivers: Last phase of 290 project begins and it includes major closures

TxDOT says this phase includes a new flyover and will last until late 2020. → Read More

'We're just hoping we'll get everybody home safe'

The Galveston Beach Patrol says people have to take responsibility for their family's safety whether at the beach, lake, river or pool. → Read More

Houston principal's tweet helps lead to giant pothole repair

The principal of HISD's Patrick Henry Middle School shared his safety concerns on Twitter. → Read More

Meyerland residents are elevating their homes to help reduce the impact of future floods

Meyerland is one of the neighborhoods still dealing with Harvey's impact. → Read More

HISD hopes new tools cut back on transportation issues in the coming school year

The state's largest school district is rolling out two new apps to try and improve communication and allow parents to track buses. → Read More

FBI Houston advises students to think before they post

FBI Houston took to Twitter this weekend to remind students to think before they post anything to social media. → Read More

2 young boys drown in small pond in Montgomery County

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office said two boys, ages 3 and 4, drowned in the pond Thursday night. → Read More

Family: Donald Neely in 'safe place' as controversial arrest by Galveston PD continues to spark outrage

Neely was arrested by Galveston PD mounted officers who tied a rope to his handcuffs. → Read More

'The babies are with God and they're safe now'

The children, ages 7, 11, and 13, drowned Thursday evening during a family outing. → Read More

'They have pretty much sentenced the school district to a takeover,' HISD board president says

A Texas Education Agency investigation report recommends the Houston Independent School District board of trustees be replaced by a board of managers. → Read More

Updates to FEMA insurance map add thousands of homes to floodplains

Homes that are required to have flood insurance jumped nearly 300% in League City alone. The last time FEMA drew flood insurance rate maps was 20 years ago. → Read More

'They need to be fired': Galveston activists want action against officers after controversial arrest

The photo shows a man, handcuffed and tied to a rope, being led by two mounted officers → Read More