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I’m excited to be a part of the FOX6 team. It’s amazing to be living out my dream and working as a news reporter in a great city. I come to FOX 6 from WCIA in Champaign, IL. Before that, I worked at WAND as a Champaign bureau reporter. As WCIA’s lead nightside reporter, I covered the fall of former Governor Rod Blagojevich, the largest admissions scandal in the history of the University of Illinois, and even rubbed elbows with Roger Ebert at his acclaimed film festival “Ebertfest.” It is nice to be working with so many reporters I used to rub elbows with in Champaign like Brittney Sager, Bret Buganski, Ben Handelman, and A.J. Bayatpour.

I knew I wanted to be a TV reporter since I was a kid. I used to stay up late to watch the 10 o’clock news every night, against my parent’s wishes, on my couch in Northwest Indiana. Being a Hoosier, it was in my blood (and family history) to attend Indiana University. There, I double majored in political science and Hoosier basketball. After graduation I earned my Master’s degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

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  • Police called out to Northwestern & State in Racine for "active incident"

    Police in Racine called out to scene of incident involving guns, possibly stolen property

    RACINE — Racine police were dispatched to the Haban Manufacturing Building near Northwestern Avenue and State Street on Thursday evening, July 28th for an incident involving guns, and possibly, stolen property. The call came in shortly after 6:00 p.m. For about two hours, the area was blocked off as police investigated with their guns drawn. It was determined that there was a civil dispute between parties and shots were fired as a result of the incident. There were no injuries and nothing was […]

  • Gov. Mike Pence in Waukesha

    Gov. Mike Pence in Waukesha: “The goal is to defeat Hillary Clinton; we’re going to work hard”

    WAUKESHA — It’s arguably the “red” heart of the Republican Party in Wisconsin, and on Wednesday night, July 27th, Waukesha played host to the first solo campaign stop of Gov. Mike Pence — Donald Trump’s running mate. The Indiana Republican spoke for about 30 minutes Wednesday at the Waukesha County Expo Center. For many, this was a personal introduction to Pence — a man who calls himself a Christian and a conservative — in that order. Pence came out on […]

  • Boys rescued from Neda mine in Dodge County

    “Going to be searching the mine:” Dispatch audio released after 3 boys rescued from Neda mine

    DODGE COUNTY — Three teenage boys were rescued from an abandoned mine in Dodge County on July 11th — and now, for the first time, we are hearing what took place behind-the-scenes during that rescue. Dispatch audio: “Three male subjects, approximately 15 years old, riding pedal bikes.” On July 10th, 16-year-old Tate Rose, 16-year-old Zachary Heron and 15-year-old Samuel Lein made their way into the abandoned Neda mine. A report that the boys were missing came in around 9:45 p.m. on […]

  • Officers fatally wound homicide suspect near 5th and Clarke

    “We knew something was going to happen:” Officers fatally shoot homicide suspect armed with knife

    MILWAUKEE — A man was killed after officials with the Milwaukee Police Department say he ran at officers with a knife on Milwaukee’s north side early Saturday, July 23rd. Police say he was a suspect in a fatal stabbing hours earlier. MPD officials say officers responded to the neighborhood near 5th and Clarke just before 12:30 a.m. to investigate the stabbing. The victim, a 64-year-old Milwaukee man, was stabbed by the suspect, a 49-year-old Milwaukee man. “It needs to stop. It […]

  • “Be aware:” 16 intersections in downtown Milwaukee down due to transformer issue

    MILWAUKEE — We Energies has alerted the City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works (DPW) that one of its transformers is experiencing some difficulties. That transformer is underground near 6th and Kilbourn. Officials say work to repair the transformer will begin Saturday morning, July 23rd. As a result, traffic signals at downtown intersections are in “flash mode” and will be turned off Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m., in order to make the repairs. DPW staff is placing STOP signs at these intersections […]

  • Hebron House in Waukesha

    “Dehydration is a really big concern:” Hebron House open for those looking to cool off in Waukesha

    WAUKESHA — The National Weather Service has downgraded the excessive heat WARNING to a heat ADVISORY — which is now in effect until 7:00 p.m. on Friday, July 22nd. The counties affected include Milwaukee, Waukesha, Jefferson, Racine, Kenosha and Walworth. The heat and humidity is not just uncomfortable. It can be dangerous. It can sneak up on a person, and officials are working to prevent heat-related illnesses. “Everybody is like, ‘well, you got your air on in your car,’ but sometimes it doesn’t […]

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    “Stay cool, stay hydrated and stay informed:” Excessive heat to take hold

    MILWAUKEE — The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat WARNING set to take effect on Thursday, July 21st at noon and continue through Friday, July 22nd at 7:00 p.m. for most of southeastern Wisconsin. The heat shouldn’t be taken lightly. Officials with agencies across southeastern Wisconsin have been issuing warnings ahead of the impending heat wave, including Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, who held a news conference Wednesday afternoon, July 20th. “It hasn’t been that hot, but it’s getting […]

  • Jay Anderson supporters at DA's Office

    Supporters of man killed by Wauwatosa police visit DA’s Office: “Jay was unjustly murdered”

    WAUWATOSA — Supporters of a man killed by a Wauwatosa police officer are demanding key evidence be made public. They say video and audio prove Jay Anderson did nothing wrong. They went straight to the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office Tuesday, July 19th with a list of demands. “I still feel like this is still a nightmare to me. It’s taken a long time. We haven’t heard nothing. Nothing at all,” Star Delarosa, Anderson’s fiancee said. Delarosa’s fiance, 25-year-old Jay Anderson, […]

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    “A way to cross parallel conversations:” Chief Flynn speaks with President Obama at town hall

    MILWAUKEE — Race and policing — it’s a conversation happening around the U.S. Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn participated in a nationally televised town hall with President Barack Obama discussing the issues. Chief Flynn spoke with the President for close to four minutes about community and police relations. How to improve them and asked the President to continue the conversation. “A lot is expected of you Mr. President,” said Flynn. Flynn stood in front of President Obama and a national audience […]

  • Pokemon Go

    As some tell Pokemon Go players to stay away, Greenfield church encourages ‘trainers’ to come play!

    GREENFIELD — Some are saying “stay away” to players of the popular new Pokemon Go video game for smartphones — which has surpassed 7.5 million users less than a week after its release, but there’s a spot in the Milwaukee area that’s actually encouraging Pokemon hunters to come play! Along Milwaukee’s lakefront, mixed in with the runners and bicyclists, have been crowds of people glued to their phones. Pokemon Go has surged in popularity since its release on July 6th. “I just […]

  • Red Arrow Park

    Tension between police, protesters at Red Arrow Park: “They don’t want us to take to the street”

    MILWAUKEE — Protesters gathered in downtown Milwaukee on Tuesday, July 12th for the second straight day — to voice their concerns over recent officer-involved shootings in Louisiana (Alton Sterling) and Minnesota (Philando Castile). The Coalition for Justice planned what they called a peaceful protest — gathering at Red Arrow Park. The planned protest got the attention of the Milwaukee Police Department. Chief Ed Flynn released a statement ahead of the planned rally and protest Tuesday. And things got heated between police and […]

  • Eric Guse, Deandre Wise

    “Those officers became targets, just like I did:” After Dallas, Glendale officer opens up about shootout

    GLENDALE — A Glendale police officer injured in a shootout last summer spoke with FOX6 News on Saturday, July 9th for the first time. After a car chase, the officer was ambushed by a man with an assault rifle. Days after the sniper attack in Dallas that killed five officers and left seven others hurt, along with two citizens, Glendale Police Officer Eric Guse offered his perspective. Guse said the events of August 1st, 2015 remain with him every day. […]


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