Danielle Miller joined the FOX 10 team in July of 2015. She comes to us from the bright lights of Las Vegas, where she was born and raised.
Danielle started her career in television at WDAY the ABC affiliate in Fargo North Dakota. She spent two years there covering devastating droughts, severe winter blizzards, and spring flooding. Her next stop was in her hometown of Las Vegas Nevada at KVVU, the FOX affiliate. She spent two years there before heading to Phoenix.
Danielle graduated from University of Nevada Las Vegas, with a degree in broadcast journalism. She cheered all four years of college and is a die-hard Rebel fan.
Danielle is excited to learn about Arizona and explore all it has to offer. She also looks forward to telling your stories, so if you have a story you’d like to hare be sure to send her an email.
While Danielle isn’t working she enjoys anything active, reading, and hanging out with friends and family.
The Scottsdale Police Department says after a lengthy investigation that began in August, they've made in an arrest in a case involving a man accused of peeping into the windows of homes.
Being in the hospital is never fun and can get lonely, but two young girls going through cancer treatment at the same time have struck up a friendship.
Halloween is just a few short weeks away, which means thousands of kids will be hitting the streets for trick or treating, and a local dad has invented a product to help keep the kiddos safe while out and about.
Glassblowing has been practiced for thousands of years, and one school in the Sedona area is helping people make their very own handcrafted glass art. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
According to Chandler police, the suspect approached the girl and grabbed her by her arm as she was walking to school near Arizona Avenue and Warner Road on the morning of October 3.
The numbers seem to be growing by the day. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, there have now been 18 deaths linked to vaping here in the U.S., with more than a thousand cases reported in 48 states. Seven of those cases are right here in Arizona. Now, researchers at the Mayo Clinic are trying to get to the bottom of what's causing it — and they may be close to figuring it out.
Phoenix police have arrested more than a dozen people for bilking thousands of elderly victims out of $40 million in an elaborate telemarketing scheme.
It was a rude awakening for some people in a Phoenix neighborhood after police say someone slashed several tires overnight.
A public meeting and workshop was held Monday about the proposed changes to rules about when utility companies can shut off power for customers who are late on their bills.
We now know the name of the man police say chased his wife with a gun in a Chandler neighborhood. He's since been arrested and is potentially facing a laundry list of charges.