Dominic Miranda

Dominic Miranda is a Multi-Media Journalist for WTHI-TV in Terre Haute, Indiana. He joined the Channel 10 News team in June 2019.

Title: Multi-Media Journalist
Dominic.Miranda@wthitv.com

He graduated from DePauw University in 2019 with a major in Communication focusing on Broadcast Journalism. While at DePauw, Dominic was heavily involved in student media. He was a Sports Anchor at the student-run TV Station D3TV, a sports talk show host and play-by-play broadcaster for the student radio station 91.5 WGRE, and a sports opinion writer for the campus newspaper The DePauw.

Dominic had multiple internships while in college as well. He was able to be a summer sports talk intern for the ESPN affiliate radio station in Indianapolis 107.5FM | 1070AM The Fan. In TV, he was able to intern in the newsroom at the CBS affiliate station in South Bend, Indiana WSBT 22. Additionally, he had a semester-long internship as a TV Intern with CNN Sports/Bleacher Report at the CNN Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia.

He is originally from a small town in Northern Indiana called Nappanee, near South Bend. As a result, Dom is a diehard Notre Dame, Chicago Cubs, and Indianapolis Colts fan. He is tremendously excited to cover news in the Wabash Valley!

When Dominic is not in the newsroom, he is most likely watching his favorite sports teams in action, hanging out with friends or family, or deciding on which Netflix TV show to watch next.

Dominic would be thrilled to hear from you. If you have a story idea, don’t hesitate to contact him at Dominic.Miranda@wthitv.com. Be sure to follow him on Twitter and give his Facebook page a like too!

Recent Posts by Dominic Miranda

Terre Haute Regional Airport sets groundwork to bring more business to the area

The Terre Haute Regional Airport is developing some leads to bring businesses to Terre Haute. The airport’s team did this at the recent MRO Conference. That stands for maintenance, repair, and overhaul. News 10 spoke with the airport's Executive Director Jeff Hauser for more information.

Consumer prices shot up 0.8% in April causing worry - here's what one local expert says is happening

The month of April Featured what economists are calling a “worrisome bout of inflation”. U.S. consumer prices for goods surged up just under 1%. That’s the largest monthly jump in more than a decade.

Indiana State to get rid of all designated smoking areas by 2022

Indiana State University is ramping up efforts to make its campus fully smoke-free by 2022.

Indiana Legislature overrides Governor Holcomb’s veto of Senate Bill 5

The Indiana Legislature has voted to override Governor Holcomb’s veto of Senate Bill 5. This happened on Monday during a legislative session at the Indiana Statehouse.

Plans for City Leaders to team with Rose-Hulman students to improve Fairbanks Park gain steam

Terre Haute officials and young engineers at Rose-Hulman are working together to improve the area at Fairbanks Park. It’s all in an effort to improve the quality of life and get folks to stay in the area. Mayor Duke Bennett spoke to News 10 about where they are at in the process.

No more Work permits for minors in Indiana

Effective July 1st, there will be a change in tracking and reporting youth employment in Indiana. The Indiana Department of Labor made the announcement on Tuesday. It deals with people under the age of 18 looking for jobs.

Statewide ammunition shortage affecting police departments

A national shortage of ammunition is forcing some Indiana Police Departments to cut back on practice and training in an effort to conserve supplies. News 10 caught up with the Vigo County Sheriff’s Office to see how this problem is affecting local law enforcement.

Details on how ISP officers are trained and when deadly force is deemed necessary in Indiana

Quality of officers, police department performance, and community interaction has been brought to the public eye recently amid nationwide unrest. News 10 spoke with an Indiana State Police officer as well as the Vigo County Prosecutor to learn more about officer training and when force of any kind is deemed necessary in Indiana.

'The Mill' outdoor concert venue making strides; Promoters say it will be ready by Nelly Concert

A lot is happening at the former International Paper property in Terre Haute. As we’ve reported, it’s now an outdoor concert venue called “The Mill”.

Century 21 Elite launches new program to help with competitive housing market

During the COVID-19 pandemic, there's been a shortage of homes on the housing market. News 10 spoke with a local real estate company on how the housing market has seen a significant shift.

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