As feature reporter for Good Day Atlanta, Paul Milliken is always out and about across the Atlanta area sharing the most interesting stories from our vibrant community!
Originally from Central Florida, Paul is a University of Florida grad. His first job was in Idaho Falls, but he has since worked all over the country. He moved back to Orlando to work as a morning reporter, then went on to Richmond, where he became a meteorologist and earned both his American Meteorological Society and National Weather Association television seals of approval.
After spending four years with his eye on the sky, he decided to head farther south and make his way to FOX 5 Atlanta, where he has been nominated for several Emmy Awards during his time here.
While working in Richmond, Paul won a 2010 Emmy award for Best Weather Anchor, and the Virginia Associated Press honored him with a Best Weathercast award two years in a row. Paul has also been recognized with an MDA Broadcast Journalism award in 2008, SPJ Mark of Excellence awards in 2002 and 2003, and an RTNDA award with the University of Florida chapter in 2002.
In his spare time, Paul volunteers with local community theaters both on and off stage. But his No. 1 hobby is horror movies! He's also known to sing in his car - so the question is, which is scarier?
Acclaimed Broadway musical "The Band's Visit" makes its Atlanta premiere this week, as the First National Tour stops at the Fox Theatre for a week-long engagement.
The Tony-winning musical The Band’s Visit is making its Atlanta debut.
Tony-nominated director Michael Arden brings a hit Korean musical to Atlanta audiences with "Maybe Happy Ending," opening in previews at the Alliance Theatre this week.
Written by Will Aronson and Hue Park, Maybe Happy Ending tells the story of two out-of-date “helper-bots” in Seoul who meet and fall in love.
The "Heroes in a Half-Shell" are taking over North Georgia, thanks to a new exhibit at the Children's Museum of Atlanta.
More than 30 years after they first appeared on comic book stands and captured the imagination of readers around the world, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are moving into the Children’s Museum of Atlanta.
A local high school sophomore is about to experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity ... for the second time.
Margaret Mitchell’s 1936 novel Gone With The Wind is filled with fiery characters, dramatic situations, and unforgettable dialogue. So it must have been a breeze to adapt for the film version, right?
Film version about 'Gone with the Wind' comes to Marietta's New Theatre in the Square
A crowd of 30,000 boaters (or future boaters!) will set sail for the Georgia World Congress Center this weekend, checking out some of the hottest vessels on the market.