For a Minnesota Public Radio host known for running one of the more warm and measured programs in the Twin Cities, Kerri Miller has a dogged style of button-pushing that just tickles our civic curiosity. She isn't one to shy away from complex issues, like why police should attend funerals for people killed by police, or what the autistic community actually thinks about the anti-vaccine movement. Miller practices a straight-forward, sometimes adversarial line of questioning that ultimately forces conversation that evasive guests may prefer to skim over. Some call her polarizing. We call her a tough reporter with a radiant voice.