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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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  • City leaders unveil MPD's "Summer Policing Plan"

    “I want people to feel safe:” City leaders unveil “Summer Policing Plan,” an effort to reduce crime & fear

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, Milwaukee Common Council President Ashanti Hamilton and other aldermen, including Bob Donovan and Jose Perez on Tuesday afternoon, June 28th unveiled the Milwaukee Police Department’s “Summer Policing Plan” — an effort to reduce both crime and fear in the city. “All Milwaukeeans deserve a safe summer,” Barrett said. According to a statement from the Mayor’s Office, the goals of this plan include reducing crime, improving neighborhood quality of life, […]

  • Flynn

    Chief Flynn says Sheriff Clarke’s proposal to hire 400 new officers is unrealistic

    MILWAUKEE COUNTY — Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke is not holding back. On Friday, June 24th he had some tough words at a public safety hearing on Milwaukee’s crime. One idea came with a very specific number — hire 400 new police officers. Milwaukee Police Chief Flynn says he’s not going to feud with the sheriff. He says while 400 officers would be useful, he’s not sure the idea is realistic. Every day in Milwaukee, men and women in blue hit […]

  • 37th and Burleigh

    MPD: Two-vehicle crash near N. 37th and Burleigh; one pedestrian struck

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are investigating a serious crash that occurred near N. 37th and W. Burleigh Street Friday, June 24th. The incident occurred just before 2:00 p.m. Witnesses tell FOX6 News three cars were speeding down the street when the crash happened. Two women were walking down Burleigh, when one of the cars slammed into one of the women and a parked car. The other woman was able to jump out of the way. Neighbors say speed is a […]

  • Milwaukee Police Department

    Four teens, ages 13, 14, 16, 17 arrested, accused of using stolen van in crime spree on west side

    MILWAUKEE — Four teens were arrested, after police say they took part in a crime spree in a stolen van. Police say they were armed with a gun and terrorized Milwaukee’s west side early Wednesday, June 22nd. Just before 2:30 a.m. Wednesday, police say the four teens stole a 2007 Dodge Caravan from a parking lot near 26th Street and North Avenue — and continued to use that van as a vehicle for violence. “They subsequently went on to commit other […]

  • Vehicle break-ins

    Caught on camera: Police seek suspects in car break-ins on Milwaukee’s East Side

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are asking the public to help identify several suspects who broke into at least eight cars in a parking lot in the area of Ogden Avenue and Humboldt around 1:40 a.m. on June 21st. The video shows six occupants of a silver four-door Honda get out of the vehicle. All six were dressed in different clothing and most had a string-type backpack that they were carrying. They all appeared to be wearing finger mittens on their […]

  • Germantown police

    “Frustrating:” Germantown police say burglary crew targeting homes of those of Asian, Indian descent

    GERMANTOWN — Germantown police say a certain group is being targeted after a string of recent burglaries. Police say six homes have been hit, and those living in those homes are of Asian and Indian descent. Two of these burglaries happened on Monday, June 20th. “It was a kind of scary situation,” a victim said. “We have this back patio door — it was completely smashed.” On Monday afternoon, a Germantown family returned home to a huge mess. “All the […]

  • Delavan Police Department

    Darien man arrested after posting photo to Facebook, allegedly threatening to kill officers

    DELAVAN — A Walworth County man was arrested after investigators say he made threats to law enforcement officials on Facebook. Delavan police say the 34-year-old Darien man posted a photo of himself holding a military-style assault rifle. Police say he commented — saying he wanted to use it to kill officers. Investigators say the threats were directed at Delavan police and the Walworth County Sheriff’s Office. A police officer discovered the post on Facebook and took it very seriously. “One of […]

  • Joshua Sassi

    “It was pretty crazy:” Prosecutors say 30-year-old man admitted he was involved in Brady St. hit-and-run

    MILWAUKEE — 30-year-old Joshua Sassi of Milwaukee has been charged in connection with a hit-and-run crash that occurred on Brady Street on Wednesday, June 15th. The incident was caught on camera. Sassi is facing two counts of hit-and-run (attended vehicle) and one count of disorderly conduct. Officials say around 3:00 p.m. on June 15th, a black pick-up truck struck two vehicles at the intersection of Arlington and Brady — and then attempted to leave the scene. The driver also knocked […]

  • We Are Orlando vigil

    “We have to support each other:” Milwaukee holds ‘We Are Orlando’ vigil to honor mass shooting victims

    MILWAUKEE — It’s been one week since the tragic Orlando mass shooting. Saturday, June 18th Milwaukee came together to pay tribute to the 49 people killed in the attack. More than 100 people gathered for a bilingual vigil to remember the victims. Though the tragedy happened more than a thousand miles away, it hits close to home. The message, “Somos Orlando” — We Are Orlando. At Paliafito Park, prayers resound as a community gathers to reflect. “It’s been horrible, just […]

  • rally

    “There is hope:” Milwaukee rallies call on the community to take back their neighborhoods

    MILWAUKEE — Be the solution — that was the message across Milwaukee on Friday, June 17th. Rallies were held with the goal to not only stop the violence, but also call on the community to be positive mentors. They are two separate events with a similar message: change and change will come. “We are changing the dynamics of what’s happening in this community,” said a participant. Families filled Moody Park to promote positivist. Fathers in the crowd wore matching shirts as […]

  • Racine County body cameras

    “Nothing to hide:” Racine County introduces $1M plan to supply police with body cameras

    RACINE COUNTY — Body cameras could soon be coming to the Racine County Sheriff’s Office. The sheriff introduced a nearly $1 million plan in front of a county committee Wednesday evening, June 15th. Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling demonstrated how those cameras would work. He says though it might be costly, the cameras are worth having on every deputy and correctional officer. They are the moments the public rarely sees — the perspective of an officer arriving to a scene. […]

  • Racine vigil for Orlando mass shooting victims

    “Our flame won’t be extinguished:” Racine community holds vigil to remember Orlando victims

    RACINE — People in Racine are showing solidarity for Orlando. About 100 people took part in a vigil at North Beach Tuesday evening, June 14th. “I kept thinking that could’ve been me,” said Karen Aber, organizer. It’s difficult to find words at a time like this. “It could’ve been any one of my friends,” said Aber. Through tears, Karen Aber leads a vigil just days after tragedy. “It doesn’t matter if it’s Milwaukee, Wisconsin… Orlando, Florida, it affects us all,” Aber […]


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