Brian Miller

Evening Anchor for 44News/WEVV.

Title: Anchor/Reporter
bmiller@wevv.com

Brian Miller is the Evening Anchor for 44News/WEVV. He joined the 44News team in March of 2020.

It's actually a full-circle return to the Tri-State after beginning his TV news career in Evansville as a weekend multimedia journalist in 2009.

Brian ended up spending nearly 3 years at Evansville's WTVW Fox, and later "Local 7" as a reporter. While it's a new station for Brian, he's back in the very same building where he first started.

Brian left Evansville for the "frozen tundra" known as Green Bay, Wisconsin in October of 2011. Brian ended up working in newsrooms in Kansas and Oklahoma before returning to the Tri-State a little more than a decade after beginning his news career.

Originally from Chicago, Brian graduated with honors from Columbia College in Chicago with a degree in journalism.

He's happy to return to Evansville.

Brian loves getting out and seeing the local parks and experiencing the beautiful outdoor landscape that can only be found in the Tri-State.

Recent Posts by Brian Miller

Unknown Shooter Fires Into Henderson Home with Small Children Inside

Police say an adult inside the home was grazed by one of the bullets.

20-Year-Old Busted for DUI in Jasper

A Jasper man is facing a drunk driving charge several months before he is legally able to drink alcohol.

Evansville Mom Found Guilty in Connection to Her Baby's Death

An Evansville woman was convicted of neglect resulting in death after a jury trial wrapped up Wednesday.

New Pop-Up Farmers Market Coming to Downtown Evansville

Tenbarge Meats is expanding its reach and offering a pop-up stand in the River City.

Providence Police Investigate Neglected Dog Deaths

Police discovered several deceased dogs in cages inside a home.

ISP Jasper Post Reports Seat Belt Enforcement Results

Indiana troopers were part of a 6 state effort to crack down on seat belt violators.

Bridge Replacement to Close KY 416 in Henderson County

Drivers will be greeted by a detour while a bridge is replaced.

Owensboro Neighborhood Clean-Up Events Coming in June

Everyone who lives in the cleanup area is being encouraged to help make the neighborhood a better-looking place by picking up litter and trash along sidewalks and streets on the scheduled cleanup day.

Man Arrested After Breaking Into Home, Spilling Paint

An open can of paint that fell during a home invasion was the extent of the damage as police arrived and arrested the suspect.

Willard Library to Host Annual Book Sale

The library is pre-packaged selling bags of books for $5 this Saturday on the lawn of the Willard Library Park.

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Today's high of 93° not only marks our hottest recorded temperature of the year, but our highest since the afternoon of August 10th of 2020! Despite the oppressive heat, the day itself wasn't necessarily unpleasant; while peak temperatures climbed abnormally high for this time of the year, a weak cold front passing to our south ushered in a breezy northerly wind flow that helped take the edge off that summer-like heat across the Tri-State earlier this afternoon. The evening ahead will remain quite pleasant, albeit mild - expect the mercury to dip from 87° to 75° between dinnertime and 10PM. Between the northerly winds and clear conditions overnight, morning low temperatures will trend toward the upper 50s and low 60s early Tuesday; we'll fall to 60° even in Evansville.
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