Blair Miller, WSB-TV

Blair Miller

WSB-TV

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent:
  • WSB-TV
  • WPXI
Past:
  • WFTV Eyewitness News
  • WHIOTV
  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
  • Boston 25 News
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • WSOCTV
  • WSB Radio

Recent articles by Blair:

Rep. John Lewis lies in state at U.S Capitol before returning to Atlanta

LIVE Team 2 Coverage continues from Washington, D.C. now on Channel 2 Action News → Read More

Can dogs sniff out coronavirus?

Can dogs sniff out the coronavirus? A dog’s nose is about 50-times more sensitive than a human’s. → Read More

Coronavirus: School nurses have serious health concerns if classes return

Many school districts are deciding this week what they should do about school in the fall, and one big impact will be on school nurses. → Read More

Antiviral drug remdesivir will soon be tested on children with COVID-19

Remdesivir has emerged as a potentially effective treatment against COVID-19. It showed positive results in treating adults who have the illness. → Read More

Pandemic causing sticking shock for items in the grocery store checkout line

This is something we can all relate to – the higher cost of pandemic groceries. From meat to ice cream, we’re paying more to feed our families. → Read More

President Trump proposes payroll tax cuts for coronavirus relief

President Donald Trump is pushing another financial relief package but is only supporting one option, cutting the payroll taxes. → Read More

Coronavirus: How to safely clean face coverings

Everywhere you look, people are wearing masks. Top health care officials recommend wearing a mask in public, even if it’s homemade, to prevent the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Coronavirus: How to safely clean face coverings

Everywhere you look, people are wearing masks. Top health care officials recommend wearing a mask in public, even if it’s homemade, to prevent the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Coronavirus: How to safely clean face coverings

Everywhere you look, people are wearing masks. Top health care officials recommend wearing a mask in public, even if it’s homemade, to prevent the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Coronavirus: How to safely clean face coverings

ORLANDO, Fla. - Everywhere you look, people are wearing masks. Top health care officials recommend wearing a mask in public, even if it’s homemade, to prevent the spread of COVID-19. With surgical masks and N95 masks reserved for health care workers, a cloth face covering may be the best option for protection. Dr. Michael Gibson, a cardiologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, recommends… → Read More

Pandemic stress got you down? Here’s how to cope with COVID-19

If you’re losing sleep or feeling stressed about the coronavirus pandemic, you’re not alone. → Read More

FBI Exclusive: Inside the mind of a mass shooter

After each tragic mass shooting in the United States, the same questions are asked: why did it happen and could it have been prevented? → Read More

FAA to look at airline seat sizes following years of complaints

After years of complaints from airline customers about seat space, the Federal Aviation Administration is now stepping in to see how much space you should have when flying. → Read More

FAA to look at airline seat sizes following years of complaints

After years of complaints from airline customers about seat space, the Federal Aviation Administration is now stepping in to see how much space you should have when flying. → Read More

FAA to look at airline seat sizes following years of complaints

After years of complaints from airline customers about seat space, the Federal Aviation Administrati... → Read More

FAA to look at airline seat sizes following years of complaints

After years of complaints from airline customers about seat space, the Federal Aviation Administration is now stepping in to see how much space you should have when flying. → Read More

FAA to look at airline seat sizes following years of complaints

WASHINGTON - After years of complaints from airline customers about seat space, the Federal Aviation Administration is now stepping in to see how much space you should have when flying. Complaints about jam-packed flights and shrinking seat sizes were enough to prompt Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., to get the FAA to look into it. "They're not maintaining passenger comfort. Passenger comfort is a… → Read More

Boston veterans event offers up free services for those in need

In the heart of Boston, there lies a chance for veterans to get some help in ways most of us take for granted. → Read More

BPS superintendent bringing belief 'everybody has value' to first school year

At the Curly School in Jamaica Plain, teachers are doing last minute work to get ready for the first day of school. → Read More

Hurricane Dorian: Cape Cod Coast Guard crew heads south to offer aid

Local crews are already getting in position to help with aftermath of Hurricane Dorian as it churns just off the Florida coast. → Read More