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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

Madisonville Police Thwart Home Invasion Burglary

Police say two men entered a home through a window and officers lured them out using their public address loudspeaker.

Country Music Festival to Benefit Local Veterans This Summer

The country music concert in Jasper will benefit local veterans' organizations.

Friends of Sinners is Expanding and Relocating in Owensboro

A ministry-based organization that helps people recover from drug addiction is moving to a larger facility.

Owensboro to Celebrate Star Wars Day May 4th

A Star Wars Day celebration to honor the popular science fiction franchise is coming to Smothers Park.

7 New Coronavirus Cases Detected in Muhlenberg County

The county is managing 27 active cases of the virus.

Muhlenberg County Reports 5 New COVID-19 Cases

The health department says the latest confirmed cases bring the total number to 2,884 since the pandemic began last year.

Schnucks Issues Recall on Some Bakery Items Due to Packaging Issue

Schnucks says it was notified by the container manufacturer packaging may contain loose plastic particles.

Illinois Gov. Signs Bills to Help People Avoid Utility Disconnection, Reduce Pollution

The governor says he signed the bills in honor of Earth Day.

Kentucky Joins 10-State Lawsuit Over President Biden’s Carbon Executive Order

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron insists the Executive Order will hurt the commonwealth’s economy.

Bridge Connecting Owensboro to Rockport Scheduled for Inspection

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) says the inspection is scheduled for April 16 and should be completed the same day.

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We're tracking more active weather that's expected to hit our area early to late afternoon. All eyes are on a cold front moving in from the northwest. It looks as though some of the storms embedded within this line of rainfall may produce both wind gusts in excess of 40 or 50 mph along with pockets of large hail. As a result, the Storm Prediction Center of America has placed the majority of the Tri-State under a "1" on the Threat index for this afternoon and early evening. Our far southwestern communities are under a Slight Risk "2" - those communities include portions of Illinois (Saline, Hamilton, Gallatin, White, Hardin Counties) and Kentucky (Union, Crittenden, Caldwell Counties).
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