Kellie Miller joined the WAFF 48 News team in June of 2020. She’s lived all over the United States due to her father’s job in the military. From Key West to Seattle, Kellie calls many places “home” and credits her curiosity and love for storytelling to her upbringing.
After graduating from high school, Kellie moved to Los Angeles where she earned her bachelor’s degree from Loyola Marymount University. She quickly went on to earn her M.S. degree from the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
While in school, Kellie interned at KTTV Fox 11 and Spectrum News SoCal 1. She also worked as Annenberg Media’s weekly news anchor and reporter. Kellie reported on major stories including the 2019 California wildfires, the death of Kobe Bryant, and the Varsity Blues Scandal. Kellie also reported closely on youth with disabilities and female athletes.
Kellie looks forward to covering a variety of topics at WAFF, but is especially excited for breaking news and community driven stories. Her favorite part about reporting is being on the go and learning something new each day.
Aside from journalism, Kellie is passionate about health and wellness. She enjoys running and hiking and is excited to explore the trails in Huntsville.
You can catch Kellie anchoring our Weekend morning shows and reporting Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays on WAFF 48 News Today!
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