Shannon Miller

Shannon Miller is a morning anchor on NBC Connecticut. She can be seen weekdays from 4:30 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. alongside co-anchor Heidi Voight and StormTracker meteorologist Bob Maxon.

She has received several accolades during her journalism career, including both an Edward R. Murrow and Emmy Award for her anchoring and investigative reporting.

Shannon has been a contributor on Dateline for her extensive reporting on the high-profile murder and disappearance of New Canaan mother of five Jennifer Dulos, the murder of Ellington resident Connie Debate, as well as the murder and kidnapping of realtor Beverly Carter from her time in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Shannon was the first to interview Sandy Hook mom Scarlett Lewis one-on-one after the verdict in the defamation case against Alex Jones in Texas in 2022.

Before coming to Connecticut, she was an anchor and reporter at KARK/FOX61 in Little Rock, Arkansas, and a morning anchor in Springfield, Missouri. She graduated as a member of Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in journalism.

Shannon was born and raised in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area.

During her spare time, Shannon enjoys running Connecticut’s many trails and exploring New England’s beauty!

The Latest

  • Sep 15, 2022

    Advocates Help Fill Construction Worker Labor Gap

    For 22-year-old Calvin Morgan-White it was like a light went off. “I just saw everything that went into it and it fascinated me,” Morgan-White said. Calvin had worked for a construction cleaning company but it wasn’t until he connected with the Built With Our Hands organization that he realized his full professional potential. “I found out that there’s a...

  • Hartford Jul 15, 2022

    Hartford Expands Re-Entry Center to New Location

    Within the walls of a building in Hartford is the business of turnarounds. “I was addicted to drugs for almost five years and I ended up going to jail and getting incarcerated for almost two years,” Cassandra Johnson said. Johnson says the work she did with Community Partners in Action during the last nine months of her incarceration gave her…

  • Hartford Jun 28, 2021

    Lamont Announces $5 Million in Funding for Gun Violence, Crime Reduction

    “At the scale that we’re operating now in terms of the kind of violence we’re seeing play out in our communities again it’s like drinking from a fire hydrant,” Andrew Woods, director of Hartford Communities That Care and the CT Violence Intervention Program said. Soon $5 million will go to Connecticut communities that Woods help on a daily basis....

  • politics Jun 8, 2021

    Cannabis in CT: Bill Aims to Address Equity for License Applicants

    With just the House’s vote to go, recreational cannabis could become legal in Connecticut in the next 24 hours or so. The legislation cleared the Senate early Tuesday and would allow those 21 and older to possess and use cannabis starting July 1.

  • Jun 4, 2021

    ‘I Knew I Was Dying;' Former Hartford Officer Testifies in Trial Against Accused Attacker

    Former Hartford police officer Jill Kidik gave emotional testimony Friday detailing what she recalls from the stabbing that nearly took her life three years ago while responding to a tenant/landlord dispute.

  • Jun 2, 2021

    Group Home Workers Rally Ahead of Planned Strike Friday

    Dozens of group home workers rallied Wednesday at the Legislative Office building as the deadline for thousands more of them to walk off the job looms. They are demanding the state come up with more funding for their wages and benefits

  • May 6, 2021

    CT DPH: Many Pediatrician Offices Unable to Administer COVID-19 Vaccine

    As early as next week, more than 170,000 12- to 15-year-olds in Connecticut could be the next group eligible for Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. The ramp up for the rollout already underway as state health leaders wait for the FDA’s approval.

  • Jennifer Dulos Aug 19, 2020

    Jennifer Dulos' Father's Estate Files Lawsuit Against Attorney Norm Pattis

    Attorneys representing Jennifer Dulos’ father’s estate filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against Fotis Dulos’ criminal attorney Norm Pattis asking that Pattis return the remainder of the $250,000 retainer his client paid to Dulos’ estate. The attorneys allege there were also substantial payments made directly and indirectly by Fotis to Pattis including payments made by and into third parties that were…

  • West Hartford Aug 12, 2020

    Cities, Towns Start Assessing Cost of Storm Cleanup

    As part of the state’s initial damage assessment, the Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security says towns and cities have until August 19 to provide to them their damage and costs associated with the storm to determine if FEMA state and county thresholds are close to being met.

  • coronavirus May 11, 2020

    Hundreds of iPads Make Mother's Day Virtual Visits Possible

    On this Mother’s Day, even a global pandemic couldn’t keep Windsor Locks police officer Paul Sherokow from seeing his mom.  “I’m up there mostly every day talking with her bringing her cards,” Sherokow said.  Since March 13, the mother and son’s daily visits at Grandview Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in New Britain have been at a standstill. “It’s hard when...

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