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.
Indiana's program will soon be able to help thousands of eligible Hoosiers get better access to high-speed Internet.
Cases are still rising across Western Kentucky, including in Muhlenberg and surrounding counties.
A 911 caller reported hearing several shots fired which led to a lockdown of several schools as officers investigated.
The purpose of the event is provide safety information to children in the area.
The health department is reporting 44 new cases and one additional death.
A clear plastic bag containing $120,000 in cash was returned to its rightful owner.
Workers who are being given a vaccine ultimatum to keep their jobs in Illinois will have a little longer to comply.
Muhlenberg County added 60 new cases and 3 more casualties of the virus.
The health department is currently managing 383 cases.
The Muhlenberg County Health Department is reporting 40 new cases of COVID-19.