Veronica Miracle
Reporter Veronica Miracle joined the Action News team as a general assignment reporter in April 2014.

Veronica began her broadcasting career at KLEW-TV in Lewiston, Idaho. During her time there she was a general assignment reporter and evening news anchor. While reporting in Lewiston, Veronica went skydiving with recovering addicts and was even tased by police for a story.

Veronica graduated from the Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University. She studied broadcast journalism and political science. One of her semesters at WSU was spent backpacking across India. Veronica was born in Osaka, Japan where most of her family lives today. She is conversationally fluent in Japanese.

When she's not working, Veronica is passionate about volunteering. While in Idaho she earned several awards for her commitment to non-profit organizations. You can find her on Twitter, Facebook and by email at

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