Greg Miller is the 4p.m. anchor and Investigative Reporter at KAKE in Wichita, KS. He is always looking for the next challenge. From trying to get an illegal fence removed from the middle of someone’s driveway to calling the V.A. when an imprisoned vet receives more than he should, Greg tackles the problem and gets results. He sees the beauty of being a journalist, as a constant opportunity to grow and explore, and tell stories about the community he which he invests. And to insure this happens, Greg is a member of IRE and frequently attends Investigative Journalism workshops. He came to KAKE by way of KRDO in Colorado Springs, as an anchor/reporter. Greg graduated from Northwest Missouri State University with a degree in journalism and political science. Growing up in St. Joseph, Mo, in a home where local and national news was watched every day, Greg developed a curiosity for doing what many viewed as a pastime. He knew at the age of 5 that he would make this a career. So, at 16, Greg called the news director at KQTV in his town and got an internship. He learned to shoot, edit and write stories and watch his work on air from the control room. Greg’s strength in reporting is his ability to tell stories you won’t soon forget. He engages and connects to viewers and the people of which his stories are focused. Greg is a relentless reporter. He’ll stake out a government leader for hours to get the answers they owe the public, yet he’ll do it in a respectable manner that easily leaves his station with the best story in the market. What you see is what you get. The energetic, compassionate and humorous anchor Greg is on-air is the same guy you’ll find in a newsroom. He’s a team player who works to better himself and inspire others to grow along with him.
In his short journey, Greg has done many stories that have touched him. Most recently, the compassion shown by residence devastated by the Eureka tornadoes, that came without warning, in the summer of 2017. He takes pride in telling the stories of people who lost everything, helped by people who still had everything. Greg says “In a world where so much bad happens, I'm constantly amazed at all of the good that people display at the worst moments of their lives. It's human nature to help each other - and I consider myself lucky to tell those stories”.
Greg is a staunch supporter of an animal rescue in Wichita and is the proud rescue dog dad of his terrier, Bentley. The two enjoy hiking and outdoor adventures. Greg is also addicted to CrossFit and is a foodie. He loves the stories people often tell through food. A family recipe has a memory, a tradition that's always fascinating.
By the way, Greg sees the beauty of being a journalist, as a constant opportunity to grow and explore, and tell stories about the community he invests in. Greg’s looking for the next big opportunity and is an asset to every newsroom where he works. He’s excited as he looks ahead to the next step in his career, but also in his life.