Deeply sourced reporter with contacts in law enforcement, government and the community.
+ Decade of experience as a reporter in New York and Washington.
+ Former White House correspondent.
Myles Miller is an investigative reporter for NY1.
He was previously the law enforcement reporter at WPIX-TV, where he was part of the team that won the 2017 Emmy for Best Morning News. Over the course of three years, he covered the Chelsea Bombing, the inauguration of President Donald Trump, a shooting at Bronx Lebanon Hospital and the West Side terror attack.
He was concurrently a correspondent for WCBS Newsradio 880 as part of the team that won a 2017 Edward R. Murrow award for overall excellence.
He was a White House correspondent for The Daily, where he traveled across the country with President Barack Obama, covering landmark stories including the death of Osama bin Laden, the Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act and the 2012 presidential campaign.
In 2012, he reported for and helped launch “Chasing News” for Fox TV Stations. In 2014, he joined WRNN-TV as a Long Island reporter.
In 2015, he helped the New York Times launch their breaking news video desk after successfully launching Tribune Media’s revenue-generating digital first video unit.
Miller started his career at the Daily News, in high school, where as a part of a summer program and later as an intern, he covered city politics and government for their suburban newspapers, Bronx Boro, Queens and Brooklyn News.
He’s written for Reuters, New York Post, FOXNews.com, The Daily Caller and Womens Wear Daily.
He is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors, the National Association of Black Journalists, the New York Press Club and the National Forensics League.
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For some of New York's 1.1 million public school students, free breakfast and lunch at school is the only meal their families can afford. Records the Education Department didn't want parents to see revealed shocking violations that could make your child sick.
A Day in the Life
How an NYPD precinct shed its reputation as the most violent.
"The old motto of the 75 Precinct going back when I was a kid used to be, 'you give us 22
minutes we'll give you homicide' at one point this year we went 132 days without a murder which was astounding. I couldn't believe it."
Lieutenant Joseph Labella
Commanding Officer, NYPD 75th Precinct
An exclusive ride-along with ICE enforcement and removal agents as they arrested two men convicted of having sexual contact with young girls in Suffolk County.
On Patrol: July 4th
How the NYPD keeps the world's most watched fireworks display safe—on the water.
Inside the Sketch Unit
Solving crimes with pencil and paper.
"We do something for our victims and provide for our victims that computers can’t. We have a human describing somebody to us. A computer can’t do that."
Detective Tara Benowitz
First female NYPD sketch artist
Central Park Explosion
A year after a student's foot was maimed by an explosive in Central Park, the ATF and NYPD gave us an in-depth look at the case.