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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
  • Anthony Bradley

    POLICE: Wanted man, Anthony Bradley, shot and killed himself when confronted by officers

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Milwaukee police say murder suspect Anthony Bradley has committed suicide. According to police, the 42-year-old was wanted in connection with the murder of his wife, 33-year-old Karen Bradley. Authorities say Bradley killed himself this afternoon when officers went to confront him in a home in the 900 block of N. 24th Street Friday, December 12th. Police say this happened at about 4:15 p.m. Friday afternoon. Police and neighbors say there are several group homes on the block […]

  • South Milwaukee

    Police increase patrols after man exposes himself to student in South Milwaukee

    SOUTH MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Parents on alert in South Milwaukee! The South Milwaukee School District sent parents a message on Thursday, December 11th after a stranger approached a middle school student. School district officials say it happened around 7:00 a.m. near 15th and Rawson Thursday morning — near the South Milwaukee Middle School. “My teacher said there was a robocall call saying a person in a four-door white car tried to talk to the student earlier before school started today,” said student, […]

  • zipper merge

    Drivers are being too nice, and that’s leading to delays on I-94 near DOT-imposed “zipper merge”

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Tuesday, December 9th was the second day the “zipper merge” has been in effect on I-94 near State Fair Park. We’ve seen delays during rush hour in the zipper merge area, and Wisconsin Department of Transportation officials say drivers might be slowing traffic by being too nice! A number of drivers say it’s one of their biggest pet peeves: drivers waiting until the last second to merge. But DOT officials say the zipper merge works better for […]

  • Streetcar rendering

    “Milwaukee Downtown” backs streetcar project, Donovan again calls for referendum

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — A group representing downtown Milwaukee businesses is taking sides in the streetcar debate. “Milwaukee Downtown” on Monday, December 8th announced it supports the proposed streetcar project. Meanwhile, one of the proposed project’s loudest critics says everyone in the city should have a say. “We`re selling this city to developers. We`re selling this city to employers. If we`re gonna build a city of the future, sometimes you have to make bold decisions and sometimes you have to make […]

  • Luke Gromowski

    “It’s just not fair:” West Bend mourns loss of student-athlete Luke Gromowski

    WEST BEND (WITI) — The West Bend community is mourning the loss 17-year-old Luke Gromowski, who lost his life this weekend in a car accident — just a few months before his high school graduation. Students and teachers at West Bend West and West Bend East high schools were asked to wear red on Monday, December 1st as tribute to Gromowski and his love of the Wisconsin Badgers. Gromowski was on his way back from the Wisconsin game on Saturday […]

  • small business

    Small businesses hope to score on Thanksgiving weekend

    CEDARBURG (WITI) — Many people associate Black Friday with huge discounts at big box stores, but small shops are also hoping to get a piece of the action. Many of the small shops in downtown Cedarburg were closed on Thanksgiving. They hope that between Black Friday and small business Saturday, they’ll see many of the people who began their shopping Thursday night. Perhaps the biggest distinction between a corporate store and the Cedarburg Toy Company, is the relationship owners have […]

  • Racine

    “The whole community coming together:” Racine feeds thousands on Thanksgiving

    RACINE (WITI) — Five years ago, a couple of business owners put an idea into action. Now, a free community wide dinner is becoming a Racine tradition. On Thanksgiving day, Racine’s festival hall lives up to its name. More than 2,000 people show up for a free meal. “Everyone focuses on the negative but there’s a lot of good out there and we’re just trying to bring it out,” said Dan Johnson, creator of the event. Dan Johnson started the […]

  • Dricka Hodges

    “Where’s the justice?” Family disappointed charges dropped against man in shooting of Fredricka Hodges

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The family of Fredricka Hodges is preparing for its first Thanksgiving with an empty seat at the table. Hodges was killed by a stray bullet while she was driving in April. In October, Hodges’ family members learned all charges were being dropped against the man arrested following the shooting. The seasons have changed on Milwaukee’s north side, but there are a couple of constants at the intersection of 24th and Center: the tree planted in memory of […]

  • Governor Scott Walker signs police oversight bill

    “The law that we passed is not perfect:” New push to improve state’s police oversight bill

    KENOSHA (WITI) — A Ferguson-related protest was held in Kenosha on Tuesday evening, November 25th. One of those in attendance was a man whose son was killed by police 10 years ago. He is Michael Bell — a man who led the push for a police oversight law in Wisconsin. As rioters smashed windows and torched businesses in Ferguson, Missouri on Monday night, Bell watched from Kenosha. “I understand their frustration because they really didn’t have any other outlet. But if a […]

  • Sheboygan road salt and brine

    Sheboygan crews use blend of road salt, brine to keep your drive safe

    SHEBOYGAN (WITI) — The City of Sheboygan Department of Public Works is responsible for about 200 miles of streets when it snows. On Monday, November 24th, the precipitation changed from light rain to snow around 2:00 p.m. As soon as that happened, crews from the DPW were out the door with about a dozen salt trucks. Three of those big rigs are new — and hold up to 15 tons of road salt. But not all of it will be […]


    Republicans believe Obama’s immigration plans are “at best, temporary”

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Local religious and community organizations are praising President Obama’s executive order on immigration. But republicans, and the state’s Chamber of Commerce — say this will only make it harder to have full immigration reform. For the various groups gathered Friday, November 21st, at City Hall, they say it’s clear to them — President Obama’s executive order improves our immigration policy. “We would’ve preferred for the Congress to pas some legislation to finally address this bill but after […]

  • Immigration watch party

    Mixed reaction over President Obama’s immigration address; Voces de la Frontera set to answer questions

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — President Barack Obama says the time to change the nation’s immigration system is now, and he’s taking action to make that happen. He has announced an executive action that will shield five million immigrants currently in the United States from deportation, including undocumented parents of children born in the States. Meanwhile, Republicans are questioning the President’s right to bypass Congress and act on his own. Dozens of immigrants and their children packed a banquet hall on Milwaukee’s […]


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