Bailey Miller joined FOX 10 News in July of 2019 and is thrilled to be telling stories in the desert with the FOX 10 family. Bailey was born in England and was raised just outside of Los Angeles.
Bailey comes to Phoenix from the NBC and CBS affiliates in Fresno. While reporting in California’s Central Valley, Bailey reported on everything from the massive wildfires that hit Yosemite National Park to gang violence and the community efforts to combat it to homelessness in the city.
Before coming to Fresno, Bailey started her career in Eugene, Oregon aka TrackTown USA. There, she shot, edited, wrote her stories and set up her own live shots as a one-woman band.
She attended the University of California, Santa Barbara and earned her Bachelor's degree in Global Studies and International Relations. She also competed as a scholarship athlete on the Division 1 Track and Cross Country teams, specializing in the 3k, 5k, and 10k. While in school, Bailey also studied with UCLA's Travel Study in Spain. There, she immersed herself in the culture and learned the Spanish language.
When she is not working, Bailey loves to travel, practice yoga, run, and read historical fiction books. Bailey and her fiancé are so excited to call the desert their new home and can't wait to explore everything this beautiful place has to offer.
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