Alan Miller

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amiller@kfyrtv.com

I've been reporting the news in North Dakota since 1989, and have been anchoring at KFYR-TV since 2001.

I was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio, and graduated from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, in 1986 with a bachelor's degree in Broadcast News.

I've covered stories from as far away as Korea, where Seoul prepared to host the 1988 Summer Olympic Games. I also covered the joint U.S.-South Korean military exercises, riding in a cargo plane for 14 hours with paratroopers who bailed out once the plane was over land.

I covered numerous gruesome murder trials while working in northern California. Thank goodness those days are over. I also covered politics at the Capitols in both North Dakota and California, and have won several awards for writing and reporting.

I married my wife Ana in 1984 and we have four children: Monica, Leah, Ammon, and Samuel.

I enjoy music, traveling, and sports. I just need more time to indulge in them.


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