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Sandy Miller is the primary anchor for the FOX 2 News weekdays at 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. She joined FOX 2 in October 2002.

Before joining the FOX team, Sandy co-anchored the 9 p.m. news at KPLR-TV for 4 years. She also served 3 years as the Director of Marketing for Koplar Communications prior to her anchoring and reporting duties. In addition to news media, Sandy has spent over 10 years in corporate television working for Anheuser-Busch, STIHL-TV, Lutheran Church Missouri Synod and many others.

Sandy grew up at the Lake of the Ozarks and graduated from Missouri State Univeristy in Springfield, Missouri where she was attending on a scholarship. She worked as an intern at KOLR-TV while in Springfield and moved to St. Louis in 1985.

Sandy is a former Miss Missouri and placed 3rd runner-up in the national Miss USA Pageant. She’s involved in many community organizations and volunteers for numerous charities. Some of the organizations she enjoys donating time to include the Missouri Humane Society, United Cerebral Palsy and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Want to send me a news tip? E-mail: sandy.miller@tvstl.com


Recent Articles
  • Are beauty pageants relevant in the MeToo movement era?

    ST. LOUIS – The Miss USA Pageant aired on Fox 2 Monday evening. In today’s climate of female empowerment and the Time’s Up and Me Too movements, do beauty pageants help or hinder the cause. Fox 2 reporter Sandy Miller caught up with Tory Kruse, a current Miss Missouri competitor, and other former pageant competitors to seek their thoughts.

  • Retired racehorses find new purpose at animal rescue and therapy farm

    MILLSTADT, Ill. – Retired racehorses who have given their all winning on the track and then spending years breeding new generations of racehorses for their owners, only to end up on the road to slaughter, are being given a second chance. Equus Rescue and Therapy is a non-profit organization in Millstadt, Illinois started by Margo Sutter. She rescues horses who are retired from the racetrack, horses in horrific conditions, and horses in kill pens on their way to slaughter. “People […]

  • March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month

    Approximately 50,000 people will die from colon cancer this year. March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, and Fox 2’s Sandy Miller sat down with Mark Lough, who has stage-4 colon cancer, and Dr. Sheetal Sharma from Mercy Clinic Gastroenterology to talk about who’s at risk, warning signs and the importance of screening and early detection.

  • Miss Missouri USA launches program to encourage young men to support women

    ST. LOUIS – Sexual assault and harassment have been hot topics recently, bringing awareness for change amid the ‘Me Too’ movement. Miss Missouri USA Tori Kruse has joined that conversation with her own program called 1st Man Up.

  • Area students talk about school safety and gun violence

    The recent gun violence has a lot of students asking, ‘Are we safe at school’? Fox 2 took a closer look at that issue, On Fox 2 News at 6 Monday, Sandy Miller, and Shirley Washington sat down with over a dozen students from our area to have a frank and honest conversation about their experiences and thoughts on school safety and gun violence.

  • Inside Missouri man’s unusual friendship with Charles Manson

    ST. LOUIS – The Tate murders in Beverly Hills were gruesome and the story captivated the nation. The man behind the bloody crimes was Charles Manson. He would spend 46 years behind bars for those crimes–and ultimately died in prison–but he used some of his time to write and call a man from Missouri. Ken Dickerson said he began communicating with Manson in 2005 and the communication ended sometime in 2012. During that time, Manson sent him drawings, postcards, autographs, […]

  • Just what diseases can you catch from your pets?

    A recent disease linked to puppies sold at Petland, a nationwide chain, made 55 people sick and hospitalized 13 according to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention).  Since the outbreak last month, the disease spread to 12 states including Missouri. Though, it’s unusual to see this type of outbreak, it got us thinking what else can we catch from our pets?  Dr. Aaron Mccauley from McCauley Animal Clinic says, “The list is really long. It covers a whole […]

  • Wentzville police pursuing drone technology to solve crimes, save lives

    WENTZVILLE, Mo. – Last year, more than 670,000 drones were registered with the Federal Aviation Administration. However, they’re more than just expensive toys; drones have become one of the latest crime fighting tools for police departments across the country. Whether it’s processing a crime scene, chasing down suspects, or finding a missing person, police—including the Wentzville Police Department—are now adding drones to their arsenals. “Right now, we’re doing all our research, setting the foundation. And we’ve established our mission, developing […]

  • Suicide among teens at all-time high; know the warning signs and where to get help

    ST. LOUIS – An 18-year-old about to go away to college appears to have his whole life ahead of him. His reality–one filled with suicidal thoughts–is much different. “I just felt very disconnected from the world,” said the young man, whose identity is being protected. “Basically, I felt like I was alone.” But he’s not. Females attempt suicide twice as often as males, though males die from suicide four times more often. Suicide deaths by girls doubled from 2007 to 2015, […]

  • Variety Adventure Camp provides kids with MVP experiences

    CHESTERFIELD, Mo. – It was a home run today at Miracle Park in Chesterfield as former Cardinals players Brad Thompson and Mike Tyson helped make Variety kids feel like real hall of famers. Today was one of the events offered during Variety Adventure Camp, a four-week camp where all activities focus on the strengths and abilities of children with physical and intellectual disabilities. The activities are designed to build confidence, self-esteem, help them become more social, and make friends in […]

  • Illinois woman uses mini horses for animal therapy program

    TAYLORVILLE, Ill. – Winnie, Bailey, and Jasper are three American miniature horses from Heartland Mini Hoofs with a big job. They provide animal therapy that can significantly reduce pain, anxiety, depression, and fatigue in people with a range of health problems. One man was recovering from a stroke at Aspen Care in Troy, Illinois, and the staff said he didn’t speak, but when the horses got there, he lit up and spoke up. Al McAtee, director at Aspen Care, said […]

  • Bee venom therapy used to treat Lyme disease

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Dave Seyer was infected with Lyme disease while helping a buddy build a hunting cabin in northern Missouri. Two tick bites changed his life. “I would have testicle pain, I would have seizures…throbbing pain, headaches, fatigue; major, major fatigue with it,” Seyer said. After dozens of doctor’s appointments, hundreds of treatments, and finally going on disability, his desperation for a cure—or even relief—led him to Nancy Dolan. “I had lost the ability to read and write, I […]