CLOSINGS: View Closings

Brian Miller

Evening Anchor for 44News/WEVV.

Title: Anchor/Reporter

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

Muhlenberg County Tops 100 Daily COVID-19 Cases Once Again

There are now more than 800 people currently diagnosed with COVID-19 in the county.

Henderson's Police Chief to Retire Next Month

Chief Heath Cox announced he is retiring from the department.

Muhlenberg County Sees Another Spike in COVID-19 Cases

The commonwealth is reeling as case counts pile up in many communities, including in Muhlenberg County.

Muhlenberg County Daily Case Counts Climbs to Triple Digits

The county is being significantly impacted by the quickly-spreading Omicron variant.

One Person Hurt During Henderson House Fire

A man was rescued from the basement of the burning home in Henderson on Wednesday.

Shooting in Owensboro Sends Victim to Hospital

Owensboro police officers are investigating a shooting that sent a man to the emergency room.

Muhlenberg County Reports 56 New COVID-19 Patients Amid Current Surge

The Omicron variant continues its rapid spread across the entire Bluegrass State as it impacts all of the Western Kentucky counties.

KSP Toy Drive Ends, Considered Success

The Kentucky State Police say the toy drive for tornado victims is now over.

Muhlenberg County Adds 15 New COVID-19 Cases

The county saw 15 more confirmed cases in its latest report.

Hopkins County Humane Society Offers Free Pet Adoptions in December

Pet adoptions at the Hopkins County Humane Society are free in December thanks to Independence Bank employees.

22° wxIcon
Hi: 29° Lo: 15°
Feels Like: 13°
21° wxIcon
Hi: 29° Lo: 17°
Feels Like: 11°
23° wxIcon
Hi: 28° Lo: 15°
Feels Like: 14°
23° wxIcon
Hi: 31° Lo: 19°
Feels Like: 12°
21° wxIcon
Hi: 29° Lo: 16°
Feels Like: 12°
After what was our coldest start today since January 8th, temperatures only climbed as high as 25° in Evansville earlier today, marking our coolest afternoon in just under two weeks. The evening ahead will be equally bone-chilling; after seeing temperatures around 21° at dinnertime we'll tumble back down to 19° by 10 o’clock under gradually decreasing cloud cover. The combination of clear skies and northerly winds will allow temperatures to fall all the way back down to 15° in Evansville early Friday morning. Worse yet, windchill values are expected to dive right back down into the single digits area-wide.
WEVV 4K Doppler Radar
WEVV 7-Day Forecast
WEVV Watches & Warnings

Community Events