Mark Miller

Reporter

Mark Miller
Mark Miller
Reporter
Mark comes from a family of journalists. His father spent forty years as a newspaper reporter/columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, and his uncle, Peter Miller, covered news as a photojournalist/chief photographer for two Cleveland television stations. (His mom is actually the best communicator in the family)

In December 1999, Mark joined KOMO 4 News as a reporter. He’s worked as an anchor, weathercaster, producer, assignment editor and reporter for TV stations in Seattle, Cleveland, Spokane and Eugene, Oregon.

His approach to covering any assignment starts with the deepest respect for those willing to help tell the story.

“With the exception of public officials, nobody is ever obligated to talk to a reporter out there in the field,” Mark says. “When someone agrees to an on-camera interview, they are opening themselves up and putting a great deal of trust in me. My job is to get the facts, but my first concern is to make sure they know I care, I’m listening, and I’m grateful for what they are giving me.”

Mark was born in Cleveland, Ohio and moved to the Northwest in 1987. He loves to ski, paddle this state’s beautiful whitewater rivers in his kayak, and skateboard along Alki Beach near his home. (Throw in a little landscaping and cooking some of his mother’s German food recipes.)

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Recent stories by Mark Miller

KOMO 4 TV Family survives after truck plows into bedroom Family survives after truck plows into bedroom(Video)
Tony Tran heard a thunderous crash in the bedroom where his grandmother and siblings were watching TV. It was about 10:20 p.m. Valentine's Day evening and a pickup truck had just plowed into the side of their house at the corner of Ruddell Rd. SE and 45th Ave. SE.