Dave Miller

Dave Miller

Digital Content Executive Producer

Dave has been a broadcaster for 46 years, the first 13 in radio, in Georgia and Alabama. He came to WALB first as voice talent and audio producer, then became director of promotions and public service, and then moved into news in 1995. In 1997, Dave went to the MSNBC Academy in Redmond, Washington, and began WALB's internet platform. He has been a constant presence in the station's online product ever since. In his three decades of service at WALB, Dave helped cover the floods of 1994 and 1998. He has worked alongside Channel 10 fixtures like Gil Patrick, Grady "Captain Mercury" Shadburn, Dawn Hobby, Rick Williams, Ben Roberts, and Yolanda Amadeo.

Recent Articles by Dave

Worth Co. Commission enacts curfew

  Albany Police report officer-involved shooting

  UPDATE: Searchers gather for missing 21-year-old Leesburg woman

Thomasville man charged with 2019 murder of Albany man

Ga. high court to hear Duke appeal in Grinstead case

VPD makes 4 drug/DUI arrests in a day

Coroner rules on body found in Flint

  Judge denies another request for funding by Ryan Duke in Grinstead case

VPD arrests man, recovers stolen car

  Two die in Fitzgerald collision

  Bainbridge man dies in Alabama accident

  Colquitt Co. boy struck by vehicle returns home for Christmas

Man captured after 6 months on the run

APD searches for Shelby Lane shooter

UPDATE: Firefighters injured in West Albany blaze

Valdosta man survives shooting

Americus murder suspect arrested in Atlanta

Valdosta man arrested for attempted kidnapping

Law enforcement wants Americus man for murder

Ohio man arrested on theft charge in Valdosta

  Douglas peanut warehouse catches fire; crews battling the blaze

6 arrested in Lowndes sweep

  UPDATE: Armed robbers caught on camera

  Robbery suspect arrested when detectives learn his name

2 arrested in stolen car in Valdosta

  UPDATE: Lowndes school bus crash victim identified

  Semi load of pine straw ignites in Valdosta

Have you seen this man?

Coffee Co. man arrested for stolen merchandise

Lowndes stop yields $300K in fraudulent checks