Night Owl News: "Keeping watch over Nightfall Bay." Channel 6 is the go-to source for breaking news, weather, and current events in the city. With a team of experienced reporters and state-of-the-art equipment, Night Owl News brings viewers the most up-to-date information on everything happening in Nightfall Bay and beyond. From crime to politics, entertainment to sports, and everything in between, Night Owl News is committed to keeping its viewers informed and engaged.One of the most respected members of the Night Owl News team is field reporter and investigative journalist, Miranda Veracruz de la Jolla Cardinal. With a keen eye for detail and a fearless approach to journalism, Miranda has broken some of the biggest stories in Nightfall Bay's recent history. Whether she's uncovering corruption in the city government or exposing the dark secrets of powerful corporations, Miranda always goes the extra mile to get to the truth.
In her early thirties, Miranda is a striking figure with dark hair and piercing blue eyes. Her sharp features and confident demeanor make her stand out in a crowd, and her impeccable fashion sense only adds to her allure. Despite her tough exterior, Miranda has a deep compassion for the people she reports on and is never afraid to fight for what she believes in. Her dedication to her craft has earned her the respect and admiration of her colleagues and viewers alike.
GM Note: There isn't much to say about Night Owl News, it originally didn't play a huge part in my campaigns and only served as a backdrop for flavor to help describe the scene. Later on in life, I adopted using the News station as kind of a way to get the player's refocused on where to go next by saying, "suddenly the TV turns on..." or "You notice the TV is on and...". The group actually started look forward to the TV doing this and they often gave a little cheer. The News Reporter Miranda was a joke adopted from Married With Children, as she was the only reporter who was crazy enough to be around when Al, well did anything and she had to cover it. Players loved the little joke.