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 city's mayor, John Giles, says it has been clear to him for the past few years that this is the right thing to do.
The city of Mesa is offering employees the first round of the COVID-19 vaccine and several pop-ups have been scheduled throughout the city. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
As the COVID-19 vaccine distribution progresses in Arizona, the state's online appointment system is flooded with those looking for an appointment.
Arizonans aged 65 years or older can start to get vaccinated against COVID-19, starting on Jan. 19, due to updated guidance from state health experts.
The sheriff's office says 28-year-old Jessica Goodwin, who was not heard from since Jan. 11 when she called off work, has been found alive on Jan. 17.
The driver of the wrong-way vehicle was not seriously injured, however, a female passenger died as a result of the crash.
To her kids, Belinda Brown was a caring woman who would help anyone, and worked hard to provide for her children.
With health being at top of mind for most during the pandemic, a woman created reusable grocery cart liners to keep your food and items clean.
Mental health experts say many continue to suffer from depression and anxiety as the pandemic rages on. Not only are adults feeling the impacts, but so are children.
Although domestic travel is reaching new pandemic highs, pilots worry international travel may never be the same.