Dora Miller

POSTED: 3:53 PM Feb 17 2014   UPDATED: 4:05 PM May 15 2014

Dora Miller is currently a reporter at KTXS after starting as a morning and evening show production assistant.

Dora was born in New York, though she didn’t stay there long because of her father’s military career. After 20 years, her dad retired in Georgia, where she went to Valdosta State University to get her bachelor’s degree in print journalism. While at VSU, she worked as a reporter for the weekly student newspaper – and then took over as sports editor the next year.

During college she met her husband, who started in ROTC and commissioned into the Air Force. Dyess Air Force Base is their first base assignment.

During her free time, Dora loves spending time with her two dogs, volunteering in the community and watching her favorite football player, Peyton Manning!

This is Dora’s first job as a reporter – and she’s excited to get her start in Abilene.

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