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.
A 73-year-old veteran died in November with no family members or close friends present. Now, local groups are working to give the man a proper burial. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
Many families send out Christmas cards during the holiday season, but one local family has taken their Christmas greeting to a whole new level.
Many families send out Christmas cards during the holiday season, but one local family has taken their Christmas greeting to a whole new level. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
The Arizona Corporation Commission is considering redistributing power to allow residents to choose who they get their power from.
A few local organizations have hit the jackpot, as some money from a $14 million unclaimed lottery ticket is now theirs.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Medieval Times in Scottsdale as the holiday decor is up at the dinner theater.
A new off-road vehicle, originally built for the battlefield, is now on the market to cater to the off-roading community. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
The "Light the World" campaign sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints kicked off this morning just as the Sun came out in downtown Gilbert.
One Valley dentist has gained quite the following all by using social media, and he's able to change lives one smile at a time.
Police say a teen has died after being hit by a vehicle in front of Peoria High School on Friday morning near 83rd and Peoria Avenues.