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!
COVID-19 has thrown a wrench in many family’s Thanksgiving plans. Even though this is recommended by the CDC in the name of protecting those most vulnerable to the virus, it without a doubt has an impact on the elderly population’s mental health.
COVID-19 is challenging local high school sports action in several ways including limitations on fans. In fact, some schools aren’t allowing fans at all. One local sports television broadcasting service is making sure you don’t miss a thing on the field or on the court.
Typically around Thanksgiving local organizations give back to those in need—like giving the gift of a warm meal. Unfortunately, this year will be different. Due to COVID-19, many of those organizations cannot host these gatherings.
People in Illinois are seeing a new wave of COVID-19 restrictions starting on Friday. Local communities say they’ve felt the impact of restrictions throughout the pandemic.
State health officials say Indiana is experiencing exponential growth when it comes to COVID-19, and they don’t expect it to turn around quickly.
COVID-19 case numbers and hospitalizations are surging in the Wabash Valley and all across the state of Indiana. Vigo County Health Commissioner Dr. Darren Brucken spoke with News 10 about the state of COVID-19 here locally.
Clay County is one of only nine counties in the Hoosier State being labeled what’s called a “red” status. Red is the highest ranking in Indiana’s color code and it means that the spread of COVID-19 is substantial in that area.
The Bellwether streak is over. Vigo County had the second-longest streak in the nation in voting for the winner of the presidential election.
About 40 hours after the polls closed in Vigo County on Election Night, vote tabulation is finally complete. News 10 has those results and is digging into what held things up.
News 10 continues to follow Vigo County’s Bellwether status within our Election Coverage. It’s something that people all across the United States have their eyes on.
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