Larry Miller is a multiple Emmy and Edward R. Murrow Award winning Morning News Anchor and Consumer Investigative Reporter for WUSA 9-TV in Washington, D.C. He joined the team in 2015, anchoring WUSA 9’s morning newscast, Get Up DC, and the News at 12pm.
Larry’s field reporting and breaking news coverage, including the death of George Floyd, Black Lives Matters demonstrations and investigations into a deadly shooting at the Pentagon have earned him countless accolades from community advocates and leaders in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia.
His investigation on housing appraisal bias in minority communities garnered national attention. It was his reporting that helped to change laws in Maryland to protect homeowners.
Prior to his time in Washington, Larry worked in Birmingham, Alabama at WBMA-TV and Medford, Oregon at KOBI-TV.
Larry Miller takes pride in serving the Washington Metropolitan community. A graduate of the Maryland Youth Ballet in 2005, he now sits on its Board of Directors. In addition to being a full-time journalist, Larry is also an Assistant Professor at Prince George’s Community College where he teaches classes in speech communications and news writing.
In 2019, Larry was selected by the National Association of Black Journalists as its Ethel Payne Fellow. He spent five days in Johannesburg, South Africa investigating the country’s on-going discussions around land reform and its economic implications. Larry has also reported from Germany; examining how the country has changed more than 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Pittsburgh and Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication from Point Park University.
When Larry isn’t working, he’s either writing or running. Larry is currently writing a book on his yearlong investigation uncovering allegations of home appraisal bias in Maryland. In his spare time, he’s training to his third 50 mile race in December 2022.
This report, supported by both the National Association of Black Journalists and TEGNA, Inc., explores South Africa's ongoing land reform debate and its implications for both Black and White farmers. Larry Miller was selected as NABJ's Ethel Payne Fellow and awarded $5,000.00 to produce the story.
In a four month long investigation, Larry Miller and his team uncover allegations of appraisal bias from Black homeowners in Prince George's County who claim their houses are being valued differently. Our reporting prompted a statewide investigation into the matter and legislative proposals in the Maryland legislature.
Adrienne Hawkins thought her newly constructed house in Brandywine, Maryland would be her forever home. But an engineer's report showed the house, only a few months old, is riddled with issues from the flooring, to the roof, to the crawl space, and much more.
Larry Miller and his team produced a
30-minute special report exploring their investigative reporting on alleged home appraisal bias in Maryland.
A Maryland couple, who went viral after sharing their story of alleged home appraisal bias, sat down with Larry Miller for their first television interview. We discussed their lawsuit and their concerns about the overall treatment of Black homeowners nationwide.
Daniel Hincapie maybe consumed by grief but he's committed to honoring the life of his slain fiancée Wendy Martinez. She was killed while out on a jog in 2018. She was stabbed multiple times. To honor her memory, Hincapie trained and ran the Boston Marathon in her honor. This is his story.
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