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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


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    St. Louis doctors working on natural treatment for Zika

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The fear of the Zika virus spreading has escalated. There are a half million people expected in Brazil this summer for the Olympics.  The Centers For Disease Control has activated an Emergency Operations Center and moved to a “Level 1″ which is the highest alert in an effort to combat the Zika virus. The World Health Organization has declared a public health emergency of international concern. Health officials have started working furiously on an answer. But, […]

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    Nearly 30 dogs rescued from Missouri hoarder taken to St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A heartbreaking story of animal cruelty where the Humane Society of Missouri came to the rescue. Nearly 30 dogs were being hoarded in Newton County in southwest Missouri. The animals were living in filthy conditions, but are now safe, in the hands of people who care. The dogs were found in an abandoned dilapidated house trailer on a lot covered with trash. “Deplorable. It would be one of our most severe incidents that we have […]

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    Recipe: Monkey Bread Pizza

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Monkey Bread pizza is a delicious and easy meal that the whole family can share. Sandy Miller and Vic Faust share their take on this recipe from Taste of Home. Ingredients: 1/3 cup olive oil 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning 1 garlic clove, minced 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes 2 cans (16.3 ounces each) large refrigerated flaky biscuits 2 cups (8 ounces) shredded part-skim mozzarella cheese 20 slices pepperoni, sliced in half 1/2 cup marinara sauce […]

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    Special “village” gives kids with life-threatening illnesses a chance to make fun memories

    KISSIMMEE, FL (KTVI) – Give Kids the World Village is a 79-acre non-profit resort in central Florida that provides weeklong cost-free vacations to children between the ages of 3 and 18 with life-threatening illnesses and their families. Pamela Landwirth, president and CEO of Give Kids the World, says they serve 143,000 families at the village, adding that between 20,000 and 30,000 children each year are diagnosed with life-threatening illness in the United States alone. Alyson Kendall’s son, Ryan, was one […]

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    What to do in Jupiter for fans traveling to for Cardinals’ spring training

    JUPITER, FL (KTVI) – Roger Dean Stadium, a $28 million baseball complex, is home to the St. Louis Cardinals from mid-February until the season begins. And though fans will have to travel a bit further to see their team they’ll get an experience that’s much closer. “You get to be five feet away from some of the biggest players on the Cardinals team and it’s a lot of fun,” says Mike Bauer, general manager of Roger Dean Stadium. Here’s a […]

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    St. Louis Christian missionary killed by Al Qaeda terrorists

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Last month a terrorist group linked to Al Qaeda attacked a luxury hotel and restaurant Burkina Faso, West Africa. During the horrific attack, terrorists killed 29 people and wounded 50 more. One of those people was an American who was working for Shelter Wings, a Christian mission organization, founded in St. Louis, Missouri by Ruth Cox. Mike Riddering and his wife Amy ran the mission that helped widows and more than 400 orphans. They had given […]

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    Man’s best friend now being used to sniff out bedbugs

    (KPLR) – They feed on our blood, cause itchy red bites and they`re resistant to pesticides; they`re becoming a serious problem for homeowners and businesses in the United States.  I`m talking about bed bugs; that`s why inspector Cody, a trained rat-terrier mix is the perfect answer to bed bug control. His trainer, Sonny Wardlow, says Cody was trained just like a police canine, except he targets bed bugs instead of drugs or bombs. Cody is one of 4 dogs that Sonny adopted […]

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    Bacteria infecting orange groves is driving up cost of juice; threatens nation’s supply

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Have you noticed that your breakfast is costing you a little more these days? It’s because there’s a serious bacteria infecting our nation’s orange groves and driving up the cost of orange juice. It’s called Citrus Greening and it could potentially wipe out our nation’s orange supply. The citrus industry in Florida is a $10.8 billion business that provides 62,000 jobs and helps to define the entire state and across the entire state of Florida […]

  • As the anniversary of the shooting of Michael Brown looms, Chief Belmar says we can’t tear our community apart

    CLAYTON, MO (KTVI) – August 9th will mark one year since the death of Michael Brown. Since that day, the St. Louis area has certainly seen a lot of turmoil. Many small business owners in the Ferguson area lost everything. St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar says he personally watched 34 businesses burn last November and says we are a better community than that and we can never get back to that point. To ensure that we don’t, a lot […]

  • New drug has been a miracle for a man with Cystic Fibrosis

    ST. CHARLES COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – This month the Food and Drug Administration approved a new drug that could give thousands of Cystic Fibrosis patient’s new hope.  It’s called Orkambi and for the lucky few who have been taking it in a drug trial for the past year and a half it’s nothing short of amazing. Twenty-two-year-old Daniel Seddon is one of those lucky few and has been taking the drug for about a year and a half and says […]

  • Monsanto working to save honey bees

    CREVE COEUR, MO (KTVI) – In 2006, commercial beekeepers started noticing something alarming. Their honey bees were disappearing.  The hives looked healthy, there was honeycomb, wax, even honey, but there was no sign of bees.  It was labeled Colony Collapse Disorder by Apiary experts. Jerry Hayes, the honey bee health lead at Monsanto, an expert who has 35 years of experience in the bee industry says he remembers when the population would drop about 5 percent  per year, but unfortunately […]

  • What it takes for a Clydesdale to be on the Budweiser Hitch

    BOONVILLE, MO (KTVI) – Warm Springs Ranch in Boonville, Missouri, is the breeding facility for the world famous Budweiser Clydesdales and where they are eagerly anticipating their spring baby boom.  According to John Soto, the breeding farm supervisor, they have 32 mares that are due and five have been born so far. They monitor their mares very closely with television monitors in every stall and special technology that alerts them with an alarm system that automatically calls John`s phone to […]