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Hello everyone, I joined the FOX6 news in September of 2016. I’m grateful for the opportunity to tell your stories and to join such an incredible newsroom.

I was born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in the suburbs of Berwyn and Cicero. I’m Mexican-American and fluent in Spanish.

I graduated with an associates’ degree in arts at Morton College in Cicero. I then went on to Columbia College Chicago to complete my bachelors’ degree.

I got my start in television in East Central Illinois. I reported for FOX Champaign News WCCU/WICD.

As a general assignment reporter I covered a wide range of stories in the areas of politics, education, sports, and crime.

Some of the most memorable stories I covered include the events leading up to the unrelated firings of two Champaign police officers for violating department policy.

I covered a year of administrator shake ups at the University of Illinois, starting with the abrupt resignation of Chancellor Phyllis Wise.

I was also part of the team that covered the firing of head football coach Tim Beckman after player mistreatment allegations arose.

I also reported on the high profile visits of our nation’s top leaders. Vice President Joe Biden’s visit to the U of I in 2015 to promote the “It’s on Us” campaign and President Obama’s return to Springfield in early 2016.

Most recently I covered the impact of an ongoing state budget impasse in Illinois.

When I’m not reporting, I’m hanging out with friends or spending time with my familia.

I love what I do and I’m thrilled to do it now in beautiful Milwaukee. If you have story ideas don’t hesitate to send an email my way.


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    Lawsuit filed: ACLU challenges what it calls MPD’s stop-and-frisk program; Chief Flynn responds

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Police Department is operating a stop-and-frisk program that mostly targets black and Latino residents who are often detained without cause, the American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin alleges in a class action lawsuit filed against the City of Milwaukee and Milwaukee Police Department Wednesday. The lawsuit claims MPD is utilizing policies that are unconstitutional. The federal lawsuit was filed on behalf of six black and Latino plaintiffs who said they’ve been stopped once or multiple times […]

  • Kenosha Nissan

    Thieves tried to steal multiple vehicles from Kenosha dealership: “Oftentimes these end in tragedy”

    KENOSHA COUNTY — Kenosha County Sheriff’s officials are investigating an attempt to steal several cars from an auto dealership. Deputies found four cars with their engines running and a damaged door, but there were no suspects in sight. It is believed the suspects later targeted a dealership in Illinois. Suspects led police on a chase from Illinois to Racine on Sunday, February 19th after Racine County Sheriff’s officials said they stole several luxury cars from a Libertyville, Illinois auto dealer. “Stealing cars, […]

  • Waukesha cold case: Baby Sarah

    What happened to Baby Sarah, tossed in a storm drain in 1975? Waukesha police hope YOU can help

    WAUKESHA — A baby, discovered deceased in a storm drain in Waukesha in 1975 has never been forgotten. Police are once again asking for the public’s help as they work to solve this cold case. One can only imagine what Baby Sarah went through during the last moments of her life. She was tossed underneath a storm drain in the darkness. A neighbor who didn’t want to be identified said the mystery surrounding her death has lingered in the Waukesha neighborhood […]

  • Fire at Treat all Metals in Glendale

    North Shore fire responds to industrial fire at Treat All Metals in Glendale

    GLENDALE — Officials responded to an industrial fire at Treat All Metals located on Port Washington Road near Henry Clay Street in Glendale Saturday evening, February 18th. Crews were on scene from 6:30 p.m. until about 8:30 p.m. Thankfully there were no injuries. According to the North Shore Fire Department, the fire started in the metal treatment side of the building in a metal treatment oven. There were no employees on that side of the building, but from afar a […]

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    “Complaints leading to an arrest:” Alderman praises neighbors for speaking out about landlord linked to problem properties

    MILWAUKEE — Alderman Jose Perez is praising neighbors who spoke out against a Milwaukee landlord who is now facing federal drug charges. On Wednesday, February 15th, troubled landlord, Ken Churchill, went on camera and said this: “I’m not the person they are painting me out to be,” said Churchill. Churchill signed a guilty plea to a federal drug charge accusing him of knowingly and intentionally distributing a substance containing heroin, approximately 70 grams. Documents released Friday, show agents conducted several controlled […]

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    Group gathers, demands Speaker Paul Ryan host town hall on immigration concerns

    RACINE — Pro immigration groups gathered outside of House Speaker Paul Ryan’s Racine office Friday, February 17th demanding he host a town hall to talk about what his plans are to protect undocumented immigrants under President Donald Trump’s administration. The lead organization behind the demand is the Voces De La Frontera chapter in Racine. They sang songs and shared their concerns over future immigration policies, hoping one of the most powerful men in the country is listening. “I hope he’s listening,” said […]

  • Edward Vincent Becs

    Armed and dangerous: 20-year-old man remains at large after alleged theft from grandparents

    PLEASANT PRAIRIE — “Stay indoors” was the message police gave residents in a Pleasant Prairie neighborhood on Thursday, February 16th as the search for a 20-year-old suspect considered armed and dangerous continues. Pleasant Prairie police said on Wednesday, around 5:00 p.m., police were notified of a fraud allegedly involving 20-year-old Edward Becs. The complainants indicated Becs, their grandson, stole $4,600 from them through fraudulent credit card transactions. “Mr. Becs had advised family members that he was not going back to prison. He would rather […]

  • Ken Churchill

    “I swear to you this is false:” Milwaukee landlord denies city’s claim his south side properties are nuisance

    MILWAUKEE — A landlord is being sued by the City of Milwaukee for allegedly neglecting 12 of his properties on the city’s south side. The lawsuit says several of his buildings have been the site of drug dealing and prostitution. The landlord is also being accused of taking bribes from tenants. He says the allegations against him aren’t true. Alderman Bob Donovan and Alderman Jose Perez held a joint press conference on Wednesday afternoon, February 15th. They said the lawsuit is a step forward in […]

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    “Don’t want them in my district:” City files lawsuit to shut down problem properties linked to drugs, prostitution

    MILWAUKEE — The City of Milwaukee is suing to shut down problem properties on the city’s south side. The lawsuit claims the buildings are linked to drugs and prostitution, and the owner has done nothing about it except collect money. The lengthy lawsuit shows just how problematic these properties have become for residents and neighbors. Several properties have been listed as drug designations. City leaders hope to have them quickly shut down and have new management brought in. “These properties have been […]

  • Milwaukee Fire Station 29

    FBI investigates Milwaukee Fire Department Station 29; officials remain tight-lipped

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Division of the FBI has announced an investigation into Milwaukee Fire Department Station 29 on the city’s south side. As a result of this, MFD officials are launching their own investigation — looking into any possible employee misconduct. Officials are remaining very tight-lipped as to the circumstances surrounding the investigation — leaving many with more questions than answers. According to MFD officials, around 5:00 p.m. Friday, February 10th, a search warrant was executed at Milwaukee Fire Station 29 — […]

  • Juan Rodriguez

    “I did it. I’m sorry:” Man accused of burglary writes to homeowner saying “I will not fight charges”

    RACINE COUNTY — A suspect of a robbery leads police on a high-speed chase through Racine County before surrendering to authorities. It’s what he says after he was caught that’s out of the ordinary. The suspect, 44-year-old Juan Rodriguez, admitted to police he was trying to steal items from a home, but ran out when the homeowner arrived. He also wrote a statement to the homeowner apologizing for what he did. “It’s unfortunate. It made me sick the rest of […]

  • Donte Garett

    20-year-old Milwaukee rapper charged after drugs found in stolen vehicle

    MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee rapper is charged in a case related to drug dealing and stolen cars. 20-year-old Donte Garett’s alleged crime is part of a spike in car thefts in Milwaukee. Garett faces the following charges: Possession with intent to deliver heroin (greater than three to 10 grams) Possession with intent to deliver cocaine (greater than one to five grams) Drive or operate a vehicle without consent Felony bail jumping — three counts According to a criminal complaint, more and […]