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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, FOXNews.com, 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
  • MTA to announce replacement of Metrocards with ‘tap’ system

    Say goodbye to the swipe. The MTA board is expected to vote for a proposal that would completely replace the Metrocard. The project, estimated to cost more than $570 million, builds a new system where straphangers will be able to use their phones or a scanner card to pay the fare rather than swiping a metrocard. If the board approves of the proposal, the new system would be available for passengers to use in 2019, with Metrocards completely phasing out […]

  • Man offering free hugs attacks another woman in Union Square

    UNION SQUARE, Manhattan — The “free hugs” man with a history of harassing women is in custody again for attacking a woman in Union Square. The victim, who told her story exclusively to PIX11, said Jermaine Himmelstein  attacked her when she refused to hug him. She said she was out with her mother and friends taking photos when he approached her multiple times. “I did not expect for this guy to attack us,” she said. “From behind he runs and hits […]

  • Harvey Weinstein ousted by Movie Academy

    Harvey Weinstein — who helped define and shape the sharp-elbowed art of Oscar campaigning — has been expelled from the group that presents the Academy Awards. In the latest and perhaps most symbolic blow to the Hollywood mogul since a host of sexual harassment and assault allegations went public nine days ago, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences board voted on Saturday to strip Weinstein’s membership. In a statement, the academy said the action, which is effective immediately, […]

  • Man arrested after making bomb threat, leaving package at LaGuardia Airport

    QUEENS – The Port Authority has cleared the suspicious package at LaGuardia Airport that led to several disrupted flights and inaccessible concourses Saturday morning. Concourse A and B at Terminal B underwent evacuation after 70-year-old John Park of Farmington, Michigan got into an argument with airport personnel, police sources said. The passenger allegedly left a bag on the counter and made statements including the word “bomb,” causing the evacuation, said police sources. The man was quickly taken into custody, with […]

  • Teacher arrested for alleged sexual abuse of student in Brooklyn

    BROOKLYN, N.Y. — A Brooklyn teacher has been arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing a teenage student, authorities said. Mervyn Affoon, 65, faces charges of sexual abuse, forcible touching, criminal sex act and acting in a manner injurious to a child younger than 17, police said. He was taken into custody about 1:30 a.m. Tuesday. A law enforcement source told PIX11 News that Affoon worked at Erasmus Hall High School in Brooklyn. A man by the same name is listed […]

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    Man stabbed in the heart in Queens, walks into hospital: sources

    QUEENS — A man was stabbed in the heart in Queens Monday night just blocks from a hospital, police sources said. The 35-year old man was on Macnish Street just after 9 p.m. when he was stabbed, police sources said. He walked to NYC Health and Hospitals Elmhurst and was able to tell staff what happened. The man was rushed into surgery. He is currently in serious condition.

  • Queens subway rider fights back after man slashes him in the face

    ROCKAWAY, Queens — A 21-year-old subway rider was startled out of his exhaustion on the subway after a long day at Comic Con when a stranger slashed him in the face. Anthony Durden was on the A train early Sunday morning around 1: 30 a.m. He didn’t even realize what happened at first. “I look up and I see it coming down from this side,” he said. “I’m like, ‘yo, you slashed me in the face.'” The man laughed at him […]

  • Pair attack woman in Bronx grocery store checkout line

    NORWOOD, the Bronx — A pair attacked a 70-year-old woman in the checkout line of a Bronx grocery store after she left the line to get something she’d forgotten, police said. Peggy Meyers, who was at the Key Food on Sept. 28 just one day after her 70th birthday,  had her items on the conveyor belt when she asked the cashier if she could get one more thing, she said. Meyers left the line and then came back with ice cream. […]

  • Video shows man knocking out NYPD traffic agent in Staten Island

    STATEN ISLAND — The New York Police Department has released street surveillance video that shows a man walking up behind a city traffic agent and punching him in the neck. Officials say that the 50-year-old NYPD traffic agent was walking near an intersection in Staten Island shortly before 3 p.m. Wednesday when Divon Cochrane, 25, of Clinton Avenue, Staten Island, approached from behind and punched the agent in the throat. He turned himself in on Thursday evening and has been […]

  • Street in Central Park renamed in honor of late NYPD Det. Steven McDonald

    CENTRAL PARK, Manhattan — It’s a street that connects Manhattan’s west and east side and now it bears the name of late Det. Steven McDonald. It’s fitting because these are the streets and acres of parkland he patrolled as a cop in the Central Park precinct, before his life would be forever changed. He was responding to a report of a bicycle theft in the park in 1986 and was shot by a 15-year-old, leaving him a quadriplegic and in […]