Jason Miles, KHOU

Jason Miles

KHOU

Houston, TX, United States

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  • 12NewsNow
  • KENS 5
  • WFAA TV
  • newswest9
  • KYTX CBS19
  • KCEN News
  • NEWS CENTER Maine
  • 13WMAZ News
  • WHAS11 News
  • THV11
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Recent articles by Jason:

A look back at presidential inaugurations

How were George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, Theodore Roosevelt, William McKinley and others inaugurated? → Read More

Humble ISD explains decision to adjust COVID-19 closure standards amid criticism

All Humble ISD schools would be closed this week if the district still used original COVID-19 standards because the number of active cases among students and staff r → Read More

Kroger partnering with HISD to vaccinate hundreds of pre-selected employees this weekend

"We approached HISD based on information that we were hearing, that there was a buzz that HISD and many school nurses were having trouble getting doses." → Read More

'It was horrific to watch': Students talk about U.S. Capitol attack

Local students are talking about what happened at the US Capitol on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021. → Read More

Houston-area school districts begin Spring semester amid ongoing COVID concerns

Houston-area school districts begin Spring semester despite educators' concern about the spike in COVID cases from holiday gatherings. → Read More

Celebratory gunfire yields multiple injuries on New Year's Eve

Gun safety advocates would like to see specific laws regarding celebratory gunfire. → Read More

Education-related proposals among those already filed ahead of 2021 Texas legislative session

One bill would require panic buttons in classrooms while another would give the TEA more investigative power. → Read More

HISD pushing seniors to apply for scholarships more than ever as deadline approaches

Siblings Lizette and Jose Ortega credit full-tuition scholarships with helping them be the first in their family to attend a four-year college. → Read More

Possible post-holiday break COVID-19 spike has some educators wor

Some educators don't believe all students, staff and their families have necessarily adhered to COVID-19 prevention protocols. → Read More

'We give to everybody whether they're naughty or nice'

Pancho Claus and his low-rider friends have distributed toys in Houston's East End for 40 years and he wasn't going to let a tough 2020 stop him this year. → Read More

Texas teachers want to be next in line for COVID-19 vaccine

Many teachers say healthcare workers in hospitals and other places should be first in line for the COVID-19 vaccine, but teachers shouldn't be too far behind. → Read More

Texas school districts could lose millions if TEA doesn't act

HISD says it would lose $85 million since COVID-19 has caused dramatic enrollment dips. → Read More

'Face shields do very little to protect anyone from anything'

The TEA says face shields may be used in some circumstances despite guidance from health experts. → Read More

"I wasn't surprised." COVID spike impacts Fort Bend ISD school while cases on campuses across the state rise

Following a surge in cases, Kempner High School is going online only this week. → Read More

Houston health experts say proper protocols have kept classroom COVID cases in check

They warn classroom case rates could rise if some students don't continue learning from home in order to keep campus capacity capped. → Read More

'I think the vaccines are the first step on getting us back to where we were'

Memorial Hermann hospital is one of four health systems in Houston set to get the first shipments of the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

'I think the vaccines are the first step on getting us back to where we were'

Memorial Hermann hospital is one of four health systems in Houston set to get the first shipments of the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

'There's a sigh of relief but also anxiety': Teachers share thoughts as Thanksgiving break begins

Many teachers remain concerned about student failure rates and rising COVID-19 cases. → Read More

New Rice University program allows students to teach while earning teacher certificate

Rice University's Alternative Teacher Certification program is seen as a way to help combat teacher shortages in Texas. → Read More

HISD's interim superintendent responds to board vote against giving her permanent job

Board president Sue Deigaard said Lathan is more than welcome to apply for the position which likely won’t be filled for months. → Read More