Paul MuellerAnchor/Reporter

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I joined the CBS12 team in January 2018 as the weekend anchor and general assignment reporter. You can watch me on the anchor desk at 6 and 11 pm on Saturday and at 6:30 and 11 pm on Sunday nights. Then on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, I’m out on the streets breaking stories and bringing you the news of the day, that keep you informed and stories that keep your family safe.

I began my television career as an intern in Boston while going to Boston University to get my bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism.

Since then, I’ve answered your calls and dispatched crews from the assignment desk, produced newscasts, and have served a hybrid role as reporter and weekend anchor at several stations. I’ve even been a photojournalist on occasion.

I’ve worked throughout the country so you name the city, I’ve probably been there. On second thought, not that many places.

So here goes.

Tyler, Texas; Richmond, Virginia; Providence, Rhode Island; Boston, Massachusetts; Manchester and Concord, New Hampshire; Seattle, Washington; Springfield, Massachusetts; Concord, Tampa, Florida, and now right here in West Palm Beach.

At my last station in Tampa, I was able to use my love for politics and co-produced and hosted a weekly political show.

As soon as I arrived at CBS12, I began covering the big stories from the wrong-way driver on 95 North to the tragic school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland and now the Florida International University pedestrian bridge collapse.

Other stories I’ve covered throughout the years are the blizzards of 2015, several hurricanes including finding myself right in the eye of Hurricane Irma, a handful of Democrat and Republican conventions, too many political rallies to mention, the most horrifying event I have ever covered on 9/11, the Rhode Island nightclub fire that killed 100 people, the 2000 hanging chad election, as well as a half-hour expose on adolescent mental health issues.

That’s enough about me. I want to hear from you. What are your thoughts? What are your ideas? What would you like to see me do stories on?

So get in touch. If you can’t find me out and about, the best place to look is in a CBS12 live truck or just check one of my social media accounts.

I’m all ears and I’m always ready for the next great story. So here’s how to reach me: