Michelle Millman, KIRO 7 News

Michelle Millman

Michelle Millman anchors the morning and noon news at KIRO 7, the TV station she grew up watching.

Michelle is a UW grad and former KIRO 7 intern and is thrilled to be working with such great co-workers and journalists.

She got her TV start in Lewiston, Idaho where she did just about everything to get a story on the air. A fond Idaho memory is skydiving, although she hasn’t jumped from a plane since!

From Idaho, it was on to Yakima for a few years and soon, Michelle was part of the Emmy award winning morning news team at KIRO 7.

Since she’s a big football fan, Michelle was thrilled to head to Detroit in 2006 for KIRO 7’s coverage of the Seahawks historic Super Bowl game. She’s hoping to do it again -- SOON!

In July of 2009 Michelle was diagnosed with Stage 2b breast cancer. She underwent a double mastectomy and five months of chemotherapy, followed by radiation. From day one after her diagnosis, Michelle felt a responsibility to share what she was learning and began writing about her experience. Michelle is still involved with a number of organizations -- trying to do all she can to raise breast cancer awareness and the importance of self-breast checks. Her ultimate goal, though, is helping raise money to find a cure.

In her spare time, Michelle enjoys volunteering with Seattle Humane Society’s Tuxes and Tails and co-hosting the Miss Washington pageant. Another “tough” duty is judging the annual firefighter calendar contest for the Northwest Burn Foundation.

Michelle’s husband is a captain with the Everett Fire Department. (And no, they didn’t meet when she was reporting from a fire; they were high school sweethearts in Renton.) They love raising their two sons right here in the beautiful Pacific Northwest!

Read Stories by Michelle Millman

  The strange things dogs eat and the risks to their health

  Posing pets as service animals to fly for free

Posing pets as service animals to fly for free

  Vaccine fears in perspective: Riding bike far riskier for kids

  Wages stall as fast-food corporations squeeze franchisees

  Taxpayers' dollars used to clean up ‘trucker bombs'