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Hello everybody, I’m the latest in a growing line of Multimedia Journalists at FOX6. We’re basically jacks of all trades – we shoot, write, and edit the stories you see us report on the news. It’s a bit more work but I love recording video in the field knowing exactly how it will fit in my story.

I come to Milwaukee by way of WICD in Champaign, IL. That station has become a pipeline for FOX6 – I worked there with Bret Buganski, Ben Handelman and Brittney Sager. Once again, we’re together on weekends! At WICD, I was the Vermilion County Bureau Chief. I worked alone in our Danville office, about 45 minutes from the Champaign studio. Before leaving the station, I spent time in sports covering the Fighting Illini and the prep scene.

Before then, I worked at KOMU in Columbia, MO. That’s the station run by the University of Missouri. After graduating from Mizzou, I stuck around to do a variety of things. The spectrum ran from running live shots for other reporters to updating the website.

I grew up in Skokie, IL which borders Chicago to the north. My roots will make for the toughest adjustments here. I have to admit I’m a huge Bears and Cubs fan. Rest assured, it won’t affect my reporting...even if I’m sent up north to do a Packer story! Growing up in Chicago, I was a vendor at both Wrigley Field and U.S. Cellular Field. I knew then I was a sports nut since I was more interested in watching the game than selling hot dogs!

I look forward to telling the stories that matter in southeast Wisconsin. If you’ve got an idea for one of them, let me know about it on Facebook and/or Twitter!

Recent Articles
  • Arson

    He volunteered to fight fires, but now he’s charged with starting them

    SHEBOYGAN (WITI) — The Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a volunteer firefighter in connection with two arson cases in the Town of Russell. The 22-year-old Holstein man is accused of starting two fires in the Town of Russell in August: The first fire was reported on August 5th at St. Paul’s Christian Church on County Road J. Officials say fire damage was discovered on the outside of the building. The second fire was reported on August 6th  at 3:43 […]

  • Football

    Friday night football in Waukesha: Not quite what you would expect, at least this week

    (WITI) — Football season begins Friday night for most high school students around the state. It was supposed to be the debut of brand new fields at two Waukesha schools. But the big reveal will have to wait for two very different reasons. There will be a football scrimmage Friday night on the brand new Waukesha South field. The Blackshirts were supposed to open the season and christen the new field against Nicolet. But last week, the Glendale school announced […]

  • narcan

    New tool for police agencies: Simple nasal mist is saving lives

    RACINE CO. (WITI) — It’s a simple spray, but it saves lives. Members of the Racine County Sheriff’s Office have seen just how effective this new tool. Now, the sheriff is pushing for more department to get on board. For some time, paramedics have used Naloxone or Narcan to treat people who have overdosed on opiates; drugs like oxycodone, morphine and heroin. It comes in the form of a nasal mist that stops the flow of the opiate. “In my […]

  • James Foley

    James Foley, journalist and Marquette University alum, beheaded by ISIS

    MILWAUKEE (WITI/CNN) — A video released by ISIS shows the beheading of U.S. journalist and Marquette University alum James Foley and threatens the life of another American if President Barack Obama doesn’t end military operations in Iraq. In the video posted Tuesday on YouTube, Foley is seen kneeling next to a man dressed in black. He reads a message, presumably scripted by his captors, that his “real killer” is America. “I wish I had more time. I wish I could […]

  • Michael Bell, whose son was shot, killed by officer, comments on unrest in Ferguson, MO

    KENOSHA (WITI) — After working to pass a bill aimed at assuring independent investigations into police-involved deaths, Michael Bell Sr. is now getting national attention. His efforts in Wisconsin are now under a larger spotlight following the controversial shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Bell’s oldest son, Michael Jr., was shot and killed by a Kenosha police officer in 2004. While the police department cleared its officers of any wrongdoing, Bell eventually settled with the city for […]

  • carjacking

    “No questions asked, too scared!” Teens accused of carjacking man and his girlfriend

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — He has been living in Milwaukee for less than a month — and he’s fallen victim to crime. Police say Tarze Anderson and his girlfriend were carjacked last Saturday, August 9th. While they weren’t hurt, Anderson says he’s struggling to get past what happened. Anderson can only look at his truck. He won’t be driving it any time soon. Five days after he and his girlfriend were carjacked, he says it’s hard to rest. “My girlfriend be […]

  • Milwaukee Police Department

    Charges pending against four in moped thefts; Could more people soon be arrested?

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — There has been an increase in car thefts in Milwaukee this summer, and now, police say thieves are also targeting mopeds. Milwaukee police say they have arrested four people — and more arrests could be coming. FOX6 News has obtained a search warrant that has details about the increase in moped thefts that have been reported on the city’s east side. Last week, an alert neighbor led police to four people who could be connected to a […]

  • bones kenosha tattoo parlor

    Mystery inside a Kenosha tattoo parlor: Owners find BONES inside crawl space!

    KENOSHA (WITI) —  A mystery inside a Kenosha tattoo parlor. Workers were curious about a crawl space that had been packed in with dirt. On Monday night, August 11th, they dug their way to a pile of bones! Upon finding the bones, the staff at Parker and Barrow wondered who they could belong to, and how long they’ve been there. Now, police say there’s nothing more to investigate — saying calls like this are actually somewhat commonplace. Since the tattoo […]

  • playground

    Could Shorewood become the next community to pass a sex offender ordinance?

    SHOREWOOD (WITI) — Shorewood could become the next community in Milwaukee County to place limits on where registered sex offenders can live. The village’s Public Safety Committee asked their attorney to draft the ordinance. The plan is for the committee to discuss that ordinance in September. After Whitefish Bay passed a similar ordinance, Shorewood joins Hales Corners and River Hills as the only communities in Milwaukee County without rules that limit where sex offenders can live. One Shorewood resident says […]

  • Career Youth Development CYD

    “Devastating” and “hard to believe:” More trouble for Career Youth Development, as another director steps down

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Yet another shakeup for a non-profit, Milwaukee social service group. The director of Career Youth Development is stepping down. Meanwhile, a former executive director says he encountered the same problems the organization is currently dealing with. Career Youth Development, or CYD offers a number of services — including adult education, substance abuse meetings and a group for those who have lost a loved on to violence. Elizabeth Coggs was named CYD’s executive director in March. She encountered […]

  • Katelyn Kramsky

    SENTENCED: Katelyn Kramsky to spend more than a year in prison in Brady Street hit-and-run

    MILWAUKEE COUNTY (WITI) — 28-year-old Katelyn Kramsky — charged in connection with a hit-and-run incident in which a pedestrian, David Stefanik was seriously injured, has been sentenced in the case against her. A judge ruled on Thursday, August 7th Kramsky will spend 15 months in prison, and will serve 36 months of extended supervision. Kramsky pleaded guilty to a felony charge of injury by intoxicated use of a vehicle. Two other charges against her were dismissed: a felony charge of […]

  • pedestrian

    Where is the driver? 35-year-old Milwaukee man killed in hit-and-run near Silver Spring, Lovers Lane

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Milwaukee police are looking for the driver who ran over a man — and left him to die. It happened as the man tried to cross Lovers Lane near Silver Spring Drive shortly after midnight on Wednesday, August 6th. Police say the 35-year-old Milwaukee man was hit by a car they are describing as a late model maroon or burgundy sedan. Police say a second car (a Honda Accord) then struck the man — and the driver […]


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