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.
Dr. Marjorie Bessel says since July 1, COVID-19 hospitalizations have increased by 95 percent, and ventilator usage has increased by 300 percent.
Officials with the Waste Management Phoenix Open say they are preparing to return to traditional tournament operations, as tickets for the 2022 open went on sale on August 2.
"In an effort to protect our staff, students, and the community, PXU has a good faith belief that following guidance from the CDC and other health agencies regarding mitigation strategies is imperative," the district said in a news release on Friday.
An Arizona State University football player signs a name, image, likeness deal with a Valley's local pizza shop.
The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office says the body of Faith Moore was found near where she was washed away by floodwaters on July 24.
Arizona health facilities mandate that health employees would need to be vaccinated by November 1. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
Destiny McClain was shot while ordering from a food truck outside a Phoenix nightclub near 17th Street and McDowell Road.
A house near 12th Street and Peoria caught on fire, after it was struck by lightning during a monsoon storm.
Nearly two years ago, Angela Jones lost her daughter, three-year-old Charlotte, in a hot car incident. Now, she is advocating for new measures to prevent similar tragedies.
Officials say lightning strikes an average of 25,000 times per year in Grand Canyon National Park.