Published November 19, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Blank Slate

Arts District Bistro Lives Up To Its Location 

WFAA
Published November 19, 2017

Byron’s Lens: A Blank Slate

Arts District Bistro Lives Up To Its Location 

WFAA
Published November 5, 2017

Byron’s Lens: A Free Lunch

There Is Such A Thing

WFAA
Published November 5, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Free lunch, full heart

There Is Such A Thing

WFAA
Published October 28, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Nailing It!

 Why Habitat For Humanity Works So Well

WFAA
Published October 28, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Nailing It!

 Why Habitat For Humanity Works So Well

WFAA
Published October 22, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Tweeting Truth 

One Reporter’s Drive To Tell An Important Story 

WFAA
Published October 22, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Tweeting Truth

One Reporter’s Drive To Tell An Important Story 

WFAA
Published October 8, 2017

The All-American City

Buckeye Blues

WFAA
Published October 8, 2017

The All-American City (Clone)

Buckeye Blues

WFAA
Published September 24, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Hillbilly Trilogy

Opiates, Economics and Choices in Appalachia

WFAA
Published September 24, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Hillbilly Trilogy

Opiates, Economics and Choices in Appalachia

WFAA
Published September 7, 2017

A test of strength, trust and faith

An essay on how Hurricane Harvey victims are finding a new reality in North Texas.
WFAA
Published August 20, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Don’t Touch My Kokotxas (Clone)

Where Women Can’t Cook

WFAA
Published August 20, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Don’t Touch My Kokotxas

Where Women Can’t Cook

WFAA
Published July 30, 2017

Byron’s Lens: An Eye For An eye

A family business rebuilds souls

WFAA
Published July 30, 2017

Byron’s Lens: An Eye For An eye

A family business rebuilds souls

WFAA
Published July 13, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Adoptive Parents Fret Medicaid Cuts

Doing the right thing could carry big penalty

WFAA
Published July 13, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Adoptive Parents Fret Medicaid Cuts

Doing the right thing could carry big penalty

WFAA
Published June 29, 2017

Byron’s Lens:                                   Jimmy’s Secret Room

Why Italy’s Best Winemakers Come to East Dallas

WFAA
Published June 29, 2017

Byron’s Lens:                                   Jimmy’s Secret Room (Clone)

Why Italy’s Best Winemakers Come to East Dallas

WFAA
Published June 11, 2017

Byron’s Lens: The Secret in an Orangutan’s Pee 

And how many calories humans burn

WFAA
Published June 11, 2017

Byron’s Lens: The Secret in an Orangutan’s Pee

And how many calories humans burn

WFAA
Published June 3, 2017

Byron’s Lens:                                   The Diddy of Development

How the All Stars Project Reaches Kids in New Ways

WFAA
Published June 3, 2017

Byron’s Lens:                                   The Diddy of Development

How the All Stars Project Reaches Kids in New Ways

WFAA
Published May 23, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Landlord Is Selling

Judge Gives Him Time

WFAA
Published May 23, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Landlord Is Selling

Judge Gives Him Time

WFAA
Published May 22, 2017

Byron’s Lens: West Dallas Landlord Changes Mind

Will Sell to Tenants at Current Rent Rate 

WFAA
Published May 22, 2017

Byron’s Lens: West Dallas Landlord Changes Mind

Will Sell to Tenants at Current Rent Rate 

WFAA
Published May 5, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Parties Talk About Extending West Dallas Moveout

Judge Worries Over Tenants Caught in Middle

WFAA
Published May 5, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Parties Talk About Extending West Dallas Moveout

Judge Worries Over Tenants Caught in Middle

WFAA
Published May 4, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Tenants Will Go To Court Early

West Dallas Residents Want More Time

WFAA
Published April 27, 2017

Byron’s Lens:                                         Whose Land Is It Anyway?                                

West Dallas Landlord Feels Muscled By The City

WFAA
Published April 17, 2017

Byron’s Lens: U.S. Sending troops to Somalia

Will it be a repeat of 1992? 

Published April 17, 2017

Byron’s Lens: U.S. Sending troops to Somalia  

Will it be a repeat of 1992? 

Published April 3, 2017

Byron’s Lens:

Seven Days in Somalia II

WFAA
Published April 3, 2017

Byron’s Lens: (Clone)

Seven Days in Somalia II

WFAA
Published March 13, 2017

Byron’s Lens:                           Somalia racked again by famine             

A Reporter’s notes from 1992 

WFAA
Published March 13, 2017

Byron’s Lens:                           Somalia racked again by famine

A Reporter’s notes from 1992 

WFAA
Published February 15, 2017

Byron’s Lens:               Poverty Warrior

Curtis Corbin’s Quest                                                   To Help the Jobless Get To Work

WFAA
Published February 15, 2017

Byron’s Lens:               Poverty Warrior (Clone)

Curtis Corbin’s Quest                                                   To Help the Jobless Get To Work

WFAA
Published January 29, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Eye Contact

Counting the Homeless

WFAA
Published January 29, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Eye Contact

Counting the Homeless

WFAA
Published January 22, 2017

Byron’s Lens:

Why Did They March?

WFAA
Published January 22, 2017

Byron’s Lens:

Why Did They March?

WFAA
Published January 16, 2017

Byron’s Lens: Dental Kickbacks

The Story Behind The $8.45 Million Dentists’ Settlement

WFAA
Published December 18, 2016

Byron’s Lens:     Street Jesus

Grace under pressure

WFAA
Published December 18, 2016

Byron’s Lens:     Street Jesus

Grace under pressure

WFAA
Published November 22, 2016

Egg-freezing:

My personal journey

WFAA
Published November 22, 2016

Egg-freezing: A misunderstood process

My personal journey

WFAA
Published November 18, 2016

Byron’s Lens

Rare and Threatened in Mongolia

Peabody award-winner Byron Harris, Special to WFAA.com
Published November 18, 2016

Byron’s Lens

Rare and Threatened in Mongolia

Peabody award-winner Byron Harris, Special to WFAA.com
Published October 30, 2016

Byron’s Lens: 

Collision Course

Published October 24, 2016

Byron’s Lens

A JOURNEY TO MONGOLIA

final
WFAA
Published October 24, 2016

Byrons Lens: A Journey to Mongolia

A JOURNEY TO MONGOLIA

final
WFAA
Published February 5, 2015

Josh's Story:

Suicide & survival for the husband of Leanne Bearden

<p> After criss-crossing the globe over the course of 22 months and stopping in 58 countries along the way, Josh and Leanne Bearden returned to the United States in December of 2013.</p> <p> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; On one hand, there was a sense of bold accomplishment and fulfillment in their lives, and yet there was an undercurrent of misery which had quietly started to wash away their foundation.</p> <p> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Today, four months after returning from their round-the world trip, Josh finds himself alone in the journey of life. Leanne committed suicide in January at the age of 33. They had been married more than 4 years.</p>
Published May 10, 2014

Stand up to Charles Barkley with #SanAntonioProud

A call to act by KENS 5 producer Anita Hines

<p> How San Antonio proud are you? That's the question many of you are answering on social media after TNT's Charles Barkley once again made derogratory remarks about San Antonio women. &nbsp;San Antonians may be used to his derogatory statements, but this time, his tirade sparked concern and an honest response from KENS 5 morning executive producer Anita Hines.&nbsp;As the KENS 5 news team discussed how to report Barkley's comments, Hines posed an important question to the newsroom:&nbsp;&quot;I'm not sure how we're approaching it, but I think it's time for somebody to stand up for San Antonio women,&quot; she wrote in an email. &nbsp;Her call to stand up to Barkley has triggered locals to shout out what makes them #SanAntonioProud</p>