Dru Miller

Reporter

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Dru Miller likes to refer to himself as a stand-up guy. Because whenever he’s not telling stories from the community, he’s telling jokes to the community. He first began his journalism career at Northern Arizona University as a reporter, producer, and anchor for the award-winning student news broadcast, NAZ Today. From there, his story telling has allowed him to travel to Northern California and now Washington State. Dru joined the KAPP/KVEW news team in May of 2019. If you have a story or a joke for Dru you can contact him through email.

Articles

Humane Society: Please foster a local kitten, cat, puppy or dog -- even for a weekend

Pasco police arrest sex offender after five-hour standoff

Second Ethos Bakery location opens in Richland

Kennewick mother-daughter duo open storefront for their gourmet cookie business

Kennewick officials unveil Opioid Fentanyl Outreach Project in an effort to save lives

Benton City residents question safety of new Dollar General bringing traffic to neighborhood

New produce store in Kennewick aims to offer healthy food for low prices

Kennewick police encourage drivers to put down the device, to save a life

Correctional education classes resume with limitations

Pasco businessman's former employee accuses him of sexual assault

Positive COVID-19 case at WWCC closes campus salon

Washington rent assistance program aims to keep people housed during the pandemic

Local father and son start up coffee company while in quarantine

BottleDrop teams up with volunteer groups in the fight against Oregon wildfires

Local expert says, smoke and ash in the air can benefit your plants

Aerial footage shows wildfire damage in Prosser area

Hermiston event center to be used as childcare center

Local activists rally at state capital for hazard pay for farmers

Experts urge predator awareness as children spend more time online

CBC offers new Computer Science transfer degree

Kennewick educator suggests parents consider 'pod learning'

Two long-time shelter dogs in the Tri-Cities looking for forever homes

Kennewick police hold business owner at gunpoint after mistaking him for shooting suspect

Local web designer company launches vendor-like app for businesses

Second Harvest receives 38,000 pounds of food from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Coronavirus further delays opening of Pasco axe-throwing business after owners' car crash

Local driving instructor explains why getting your license could take months

Tech company to donate security cameras to small businesses in Washington

'From My Window': A community art project for families stuck at home in the Tri-Cities

Tri-City families continue to visit busy playgrounds despite White House warnings

Stuck at home? Now could be a good time to foster an animal from the Tri-Cities shelter

Kennewick City Council meetings canceled through May to combat coronavirus spread

Mid-Columbia Beekeepers Association set to host beginner beekeeping class

Made in the Northwest: Getting creative with Daedalus Design

Made in the Northwest: Get to know Walla Walla musician, Bossophone

A Walla Walla man combines his love for inventing and music to create a new sound around town.

Made in the Northwest: Tri-Cities based business designs, builds food trucks