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Myles Miller is a law enforcement reporter for WPIX-TV and a correspondent for CBS Radio News (WCBS-AM.)

He’s covered the Inauguration of President Donald Trump, 2016 Democratic National Convention, the visit of Pope Francis to New York and the Chelsea bombing among other major events since joining in 2015.

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 2015, he helped the New York Times launch their breaking news video desk.

Miller’s 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,, The Daily Caller and Womens Wear Daily.

He is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors, National Association of Black Journalists, New York Press Club and the National Forensics League.

Recent Articles
  • Blue Line Bears honor fallen officers with teddy bears for loved ones

    COLLEGE POINT, Queens— Miosotis Familia. Randolph Holder. Mark RIvera. Michael Williams. Christopher Christodoulou. Their names are forever etched in city history, as heroes who died in the line of duty. Now they’re stitched on teddy bears, to make sure families remember their sacrifice in a special way. “What happened to these families, there’s no changing what happened, but I can try to make it better,” said Meagan O’Grady, founder of Blue Line Bears. The 9th grader is the daughter of […]

  • Police fatally shoot knife-wielding man in the Bronx: law enforcement sources

    TREMONT, the Bronx — Police fatally shot a knife-wielding man in the Bronx Monday night, officials said. They responded to reports of a person stabbed in the lobby of a Hughes Avenue building around 7:45 p.m., police sources said. The alleged attacker, identified by police sources at 67-year-old Cornell Lockhart, stabbed two female security guards at the building with a steak knife. Officers told Lockhart to drop his weapon more than 20 times, officials said. They shot him after he moved toward them […]

  • Man charged with manslaughter in hockey stick beating death of Uber driver

    CHELSEA, Manhattan — A 39-year-old man was charged with manslaughter after he allegedly beat an Uber driver, who later crashed, with a hockey stick, police said. Randolph Tolk, 68, and Kohji Kosugi argued near West Street and Horatio Street Saturday night, police said. Kosugi allegedly hit Tolk in the head with a hockey stick, knocking Tolk to the ground. Kosugi allegedly stepped on Tolk’s chest before fleeing on foot. Tolk, a father of two, got up and continued driving downtown before striking the center divider at […]

  • Fire kills 2 in Dyker Heights, arson suspected

    DYKER HEIGHTS, Brooklyn — Roaring flames burst from the windows of an apartment building in Dyker Heights where two people died in a fire that’s being investigated as arson, sources said. The fast moving fire was deliberately set by someone who dumped an accelerant in the lobby of the building around 7:30 a.m. Thursday, law enforcement sources said. “I heard the sirens, when I came out I realized that flames were shooting out of the back apartment alongside where we live,” […]

  • 3 students suspended after sexual assault allegations at Brooklyn high school

    EAST FLATBUSH, Brooklyn — Three upperclassmen at a Brooklyn high school were suspended after allegations of sexual assaults in the school’s locker room. The assault at It Takes a Village Academy apparently began at the beginning of the school year. One student, a freshman, told police he was chased into the locker room. His pants were pulled down and he was groped. Another student told school officials the same teens tried to sexually assault him with a bottle. The teens […]

  • Two teens dead in Staten Island crash

    BULLS HEAD, Staten Island — Two teens were killed Monday night when the car they were in crashed into parked cars, police said. The 19-year-old driver lost control, flipped and smashed into cars on Richmond Avenue, police said. His passenger, also in his teens, was killed in the collision. No identifying information is available for the victims. This is a developing story; check back for updates and get the PIX11 News app to stay informed all day. 

  • Off-duty NYPD officer found not guilty in shooting death of Delrawn Small

    NEW YORK — Officer Wayne Isaacs has been found not guilty in the shooting death of Delwran Small, according to the New York attorney general’s office. The off-duty NYPD officer allegedly shot Delrawn Small, 37, on July 4, 2016, during a traffic dispute. The two men argued as they drove in separate cars along Atlantic Avenue and both stopped their cars at a red light on Bradford Street, where Small got out of his car. Isaacs said that Small tried to […]

  • NYPD officer struck by minivan while crossing Staten Island street

    BULLS HEAD, Staten Island — An NYPD officer was struck by a minivan while crossing a Staten Island street Sunday night. She was crossing near the intersection of Richmond Avenue and Akron Street when she was hit, police said. The officer suffered severe head trauma and was rushed to Richmond University Medical Center. She was on duty at the time of the crash. The driver stayed on the scene of the crash. No identifying information was immediately available for the victim […]

  • Fliers attack Sikh mayoral candidate, portraying him as a terrorist

    HOBOKEN – A racist flyer has been circulating across Hoboken, attacking a mayoral candidate. A campaign volunteer for spotted the flyer on car windshields with the message “Don’t let TERRORISM take over our town!” with the picture of Sikh mayoral candidate, Ravi Bhalla – the first Sikh elected in New Jersey history. The flier said it’s paid for by Michael D Fuscone who’s running to be the first openly gay mayor of the city. Fuscone denies that his campaign is not […]

  • After attack, resilient city rises to support runners

    As Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s senior adviser for national security, I spent a lot of time getting to know the vigilant, behind-the-scenes-work of the New York City Police Department to keep New Yorkers safe from planned terrorist attacks. Mothers and fathers raising families in New York City see NYPD efforts first hand — but also see the strength and resilience of everyday New Yorkers that flies in the face of those who would frighten us. This human resilience comes, in large […]

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