Tim Miller

Tim Miller is an Emmy award winning reporter and anchor for WTOL 11 and Fox 36. Tim anchors the morning news with Melissa Andrews from 4:30 to 7 a.m. on WTOL 11 and from 7 to 9 a.m. on Fox 36 and has been a dedicated member of the WTOL team since January 2007. In 2017, Tim’s live reports from the White House on Medal of Honor winner Edward Byers, Jr. helped the team earn a regional Emmy award for Best Evening Newscast. He is also part of the team that was nominated for an Emmy for coverage of the November 2016 presidential election. Tim has also been recognized by the Ohio Associated Press Media Editors for his 2009 report on tainted heparin that killed members of a family and was runner up in the Best Reporter category in 2013. Tim has previously worked as a reporter and anchor at WJET-TV in Erie, Pennsylvania and WATE 6 in Knoxville, Tennessee and has completed internships at KDKA-TV and WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh. In his career, Tim has covered the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi, the deadly protests in Charlottesville, VA in 2017, and tragic school shootings in Edinboro, PA and Jacksboro, TN. Tim loves politics and has extensively reported in presidential campaigns since 1996, including on-location live reports from the visits by 2016 rivals Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Tim is thrilled to be an ambassador for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and is very active in the St. Jude Dream Home giveaway that raises money for the children and families being served by the hospital. The project is done with the hard work of a local builder and provides a brand new home for a lucky contestant! Over the years, Tim has also volunteered his time as an emcee for several local events and organizations and is always excited to lend a hand for any group that needs it. Tim is happily married to his wife of 16 years, Kelly. In addition to being an amazing wife and mother, she also works as a recruiter for Owens Corning, headquartered in Toledo. They have a daughter and son and a fun-loving lab/shepherd named Bailey. Tim enjoys watching his daughter’s gymnastics and show choir competitions and his son’s baseball and basketball games and is very active as a member of his church’s council. A native of Greensburg, PA, near Pittsburgh, don’t be surprised to see Tim sporting black and gold for his favorite teams—the Steelers, Penguins, and Pirates. He has also been an Ohio State Buckeye fan for many years and loves hitting the many local tennis courts around Toledo. I’m always hunting for story ideas so please reach out to me at timothymiller@wtol.com

Recent Articles by Tim

  Family Focus: Don’t overlook your kids’ sports physicals

  Family Focus: Know the dangers of radon gas and how to detect it

  Family Focus: Did you know? 3 out of 4 feeding styles are bad for your kids

Dangers of carbon monoxide should be high on your list for family safety

How to keep meds out of the hands of your children

How to talk to your kids about sexual abuse

  Rear-view cameras or mirrors? Either way, look before you back up

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Toledo is In Celebration of Rena Rager

  Family Focus: Doctors warn of injuries, deaths from using baby walkers

Crime and Safety Alert: Change your passwords or feel the consequences

Last-minute summer swimming safety for your kids

Fire department teaches kids fire safety with virtual reality technology

  Research students hold the future for curing childhood cancer at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

  Brand new car added to prizes in WTOL's St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway

Man and running buddy to run 1,000 miles in honor of mom and suicide prevention

  Preventing A Predator: How to stop the next Larry Nassar at local schools

Firefighter Cancer Registry passes in U.S. Senate committee

BGSU professor says proposed Ohio pipeline could be dangerous

Volunteers help set up for Christmas gift distribution program

  His Fight Against HPV: Virus silently causes neck cancer in Ottawa Hills man several years after he was infected