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 group of parents gathered on April 15 to ask Governor Doug Ducey to veto Senate Bill 1456, which they say is discriminatory.
A Valley mother is wanting to raise awareness about multi-system inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C), which is typically caused by COVID-19, and her 8-year-old daughter is still suffering from it.
Police say a child is in critical condition after she was left in a hot car for several hours that was parked in the garage of a Phoenix home near 83rd Ave. and Camelback Rd.
A new COVID-19 vaccine site is opening on Arizona State University's main campus in Tempe. FOX 10's Ty Brennan and Danielle Miller report.
A massive fire ripped through a home near 83rd Ave. and Indian School Rd., tragically taking the life of a U.S. Army veteran.
While officials did not say where the migrants are staying, many reports have said the first round of migrants, who arrived on April 9, were brought to a hotel in Ahwatukee.
Arizonans are speaking out after President Joe Biden outlined his executive actions on guns on April 8. One gun store owner in the Phoenix area says measures outlined by President Biden stem from a misunderstanding on guns, and could even affect the rights of lawful citizens.
The Mesa Arizona Temple has been undergoing extensive renovations since May of 2018 and while the renovations aren't complete just yet, newly built homes and business storefronts are being moved into.
A financial expert says with Arizona's tax deadline extension, nonprofits in the state now have more time to get people's tax-deductible donations before the tax season ends.
The distribution center, located near the Loop 202 and Power Road, will serve as a replacement for the state-run site currently operating at Chandler-Gilbert Community College.