Sky Muller

Sports Anchor/Reporter

Sky Muller
Sky Muller
Sports Anchor/Reporter
Sky Muller is a multimedia reporter for KMTR and is a graduate of the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University.

While at college he gained experience on TV as an anchor, sports reporter, and weathercaster for the schools Cable 8 nightly news station. When he wasn’t in front of the camera he was behind the microphone hosting his weekly sports talk radio show or providing color-commentary for the college’s various sports teams.

Upon graduation, he has spent time covering the USA Water Polo team before they headed to the 2012 London Olympics, hyping up crowds as the on-field emcee for one of the Mariners minor league affiliate’s, and as a sideline reporter covering high school football for Fox Sports 1380. Most recently he spent time working for KCBY in Coos Bay Oregon. While in Coos Bay Sky covered everything from the local high school sports teams to high profile cases at the county courthouse.

His passions include cheering on his Seattle Sports teams (Go Hawks!), snowboarding, golfing, and any sport that brings about friendly competition.

He believes that everybody has an interesting story that is waiting to be told, and would love to hear everyone’s ideas. Feel free to follow him on Twitter, or stop him at the grocery store and introduce yourself.

Recent stories by Sky Muller

Prep Athlete 'Everyone wants to knock you off and make sure you don’t get that championship that you’re looking for' 'Everyone wants to knock you off and make sure you don’t get that championship that you’re looking for' (Video)
JT Ayers, a senior at Churchill High School, is a three-time runner up in the State Wrestling Finals in his weight class.

This year he enters the state meet as the top qualifier in the 5A 120 weight class.

“As a three-time finalist, everyone wants to knock you off and make sure you don’t get that championship that you’re looking for," Ayers said.

Watch KMTR NewsSource 16 Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. for Prep Athlete of the Week
Local How do predators and prey live in harmony at Oregon Coast Aquarium? How do predators and prey live in harmony at Oregon Coast Aquarium? (Photo Gallery) (Video)
After Keiko the killer whale left the Oregon Coast Aquarium in 1998, the aquarium split the tank into three parts and created the Passages of the Deep with sharks and bat rays to attract guests.

Some of the residents of the tank know each other in the open ocean.

For example, the Broadnose sevengill shark is a natural predator of the bat ray.
Prep Athlete Prep Athlete of the Week: Jacquie Price Prep Athlete of the Week: Jacquie Price (Photo Gallery) (Video)
Jacquie Price is a Junior at Thurston High School.

She placed 1st in four events in the 6A district swim meet: the 100 Butterfly, 500 Freestyle, and she anchors the 200 and 400 Freestyle Relays.

Price broke her own school record in the 100 Butterfly with a time of 56.07 seconds, four seconds faster than the 2nd place finisher.

She is the 2nd seed in the 100 Butterfly at this weekend’s State meet at Mt. Hood Community College.

Watch KMTR NewsSource 16 Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. for Prep Athlete of the Week
Prep Athlete 'It's my last year to make a difference, so that's what I'm going to try to do' 'It's my last year to make a difference, so that's what I'm going to try to do' (Video)
While a lot of the spotlight at South Eugene High School is on Eli Lininger, Mason Green-Richards has been playing alongside Lininger for many years.

This season, the silent scorer has turned into a vocal leader on and off the court.

Watch KMTR NewsSource 16 Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. for Prep Athlete of the Week
Local 'This is the first class for really crafting marijuana policy' 'This is the first class for really crafting marijuana policy' (Photo Gallery) (Video)
A new course at Oregon State University is giving students a chance to help shape marijuana legalization policies in Oregon.

“We're not just asking the questions," said instructor Seth Crawford. "We're actually going to be able to deliver a product to legislatures, to state agencies, and to stakeholders in a way that most college students don't get a chance to do.”
Road to a Championship Ducks remain proud in wake of title game loss Ducks remain proud in wake of title game loss (Photo Gallery) (Video)
Oregon students gathered in the student rec center to watch the Ducks take on the Ohio State University on Monday night.

The Ducks showed their pride through all four quarters and had the rec center rocking when things were going well.

Things quickly quieted and cleared out as the fourth quarter came to a close.
Road to a Championship 'Mariota is the best QB we've had since '58' 'Mariota is the best QB we've had since '58' (Photo Gallery) (Video)
The buckeye tree outside Lillis Business Complex dates back to the 1958 Rose Bowl.

Oregon came into the game as heavy underdogs to top-ranked Ohio State.

But Oregon kept it close throughout. In the end, the Buckeyes prevailed, 10-7.

Jack Morris missed a field goal for Oregon in the third quarter. It's a play Morris jokingly blames on his holder, quarterback Jack Crabtree.
Local 'This women was hunched over at the side of my house lighting stuff on fire' 'This women was hunched over at the side of my house lighting stuff on fire' (Video)
The fire that charred an apartment Saturday morning appears to be arson, police and fire officials said.

The incident actually started Friday night, said Alexandra Taylor, who lives in a neighboring unit in the Ferry Street house divided into apartments.

"This women was hunched over at the side of my house lighting stuff on fire and trying to throw it into my doorstep," she said, "and she threw a bunch in my house, so I pushed it back out, closed the door and locked it and called 911."
Local Hoodoo open for New Year's Eve: 'Good and cold snow, good powder up there' Hoodoo open for New Year's Eve: 'Good and cold snow, good powder up there' (Video)
Some snow started to fall at Hoodoo over Christmas, but not enough to open to skiers and snowboarders.

"Last Tuesday, this is bare dirt we were standing on," said Matthew McFarland, the resort's general manager. "There would have been not one speck of snow."

Then 19 inches of fresh powder coated the mountain last weekend, taking the resort by surprise.

"I could not believe my eyes," said Tom Egan, director of the ski patrol. "I didn't even know where to park my truck."
Local Should LTD safety officers be able to enforce state and local laws? Should LTD safety officers be able to enforce state and local laws? (Photo Gallery) (Video)
Lane Transit District may transform its public safety officers into peace officers, able to enforce state and local laws.

"This gives us the opportunity, if the board chooses to give the general manager the authority to designate them as peace officers, and ability to step up the level of enforcement in terms of citations that can be written," said Andy Vobora with LTD.
Sports Rose Bowl tickets scarcer than in years past Rose Bowl tickets scarcer than in years past (Video)
The University of Oregon was allotted 12,500 tickets for the Rose Bowl.

University donors and season ticket holders had first pick of the tickets and they went so fast the University requested another four thousand tickets.

In past Rose Bowls, the University was allotted as many as 30,000 tickets, but with this year being the inaugural College Football Playoff, and the chance for another game after the Rose Bowl, the number was reduced.
Local 'There’s a house next door for sale. Who’s going to want to buy it?' 'There’s a house next door for sale. Who’s going to want to buy it?' (Video)
Steve Arbuckle walks his dog past the house at 4490 Jessen Drive near Golden Gardens City Park every day.

“The big thing I look at is, it’s not going to get better if it stays," he said of the vacant house covered in gang graffiti. "There’s a house next door for sale, a nice house - who’s going to want to buy it?”
Local Police take aim at traffic problems with animated PSAs Police take aim at traffic problems with animated PSAs (Video)
Police are taking aim at serious traffic problems with a series of animated public service announcements.

Eugene Police also released data on common traffic citations and the metro region's six worst spots for car carshes.
Local From fore! to a four-year degree: 'It's tuition, it's housing, it's books' From fore! to a four-year degree: 'It's tuition, it's housing, it's books' (Photo Gallery) (Video)
Caddying at Bandon Dunes changed Jaira Chaffee's life: As a recipient of an Evans Scholarship reserved for caddies, the Coos County native will be the first member of her family to graduate college.

"I'm the youngest of 9, and without this scholarship I don't think I would have had the opportunity to come to the University of Oregon," Jaira said. "It wasn't even an option for me."

Meet Jaira and learn more about Evans Scholars #LiveOnKMTR Thursday at 5:30/6:30/11 p.m.