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.
By Sky MullerPublished: Apr 30, 2015 at 12:59 PM PDTLast Updated: Apr 30, 2015 at 8:23 PM PDT
After breaking his arm pitching at age 12 and then tearing ligaments in both knees during his sophomore season and just before his junior season, Derek Hogate is back stronger than ever and leading the Churchill Lancers.
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By Sky MullerPublished: Jan 22, 2015 at 12:10 PM PDTLast Updated: Jan 22, 2015 at 12:10 PM PDT
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.”
By Sky Muller and News StaffPublished: Jan 4, 2015 at 12:31 AM PDTLast Updated: Jan 4, 2015 at 4:01 PM PDT
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."
By Sky Muller and News StaffPublished: Dec 18, 2014 at 4:34 PM PDTLast Updated: Dec 18, 2014 at 4:34 PM PDT
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.
By Sky Muller and News StaffPublished: Dec 18, 2014 at 12:39 PM PDTLast Updated: Dec 18, 2014 at 6:26 PM PDT
The driver who hit and killed a man with her car in Springfield last week drove a mile and a half with the victim stuck in the roof rack before she stopped, pulled him off her car and left him on the side of the road, police now say.
By Sky MullerPublished: Dec 9, 2014 at 6:56 PM PDTLast Updated: Dec 22, 2014 at 12:57 PM PDT
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.