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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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    Dept. of Corrections chief Ed Wall resigns in wake of Lincoln Hills abuse probe

    MADISON — Wisconsin Department of Corrections Secretary Ed Wall has resigned amid an investigation into allegations of abuse at the state’s youth prison. Gov. Scott Walker announced a replacement Friday, the same day news emerged that a judge sent a letter four years ago warning the governor of possible criminal conduct at the facility. “He thought there needed to be a fresh start,” said Walker. Wall resigned last week, writing a letter to Governor Scott Walker, “The time has come to […]

  • Rob Binter

    “Amazingly positive:” Loved ones host benefit for contractor who was robbed and run over

    WAUWATOSA — Friends and family are rallying behind the victim of a robbery and subsequent hit-and-run. The Milwaukee contractor was badly injured, his tools were stolen and his van was damaged. On Thursday night, February 11th, loved ones tried to make things better. “It has been amazingly positive,” said Jennifer Young, Rob Binter’s sister. There was an outpouring of support in a packed room at Cafe Hollander in Wauwatosa for Binter. Loved ones came together for the man who has stared tragedy […]

  • Attempted carjacking suspect beaten & stripped near 33rd and Scott

    Car theft concerns: Youth Council sounds off after photo of beaten suspect goes viral

    MILWAUKEE — It is a problem that cannot be ignored. City leaders say a photo that has gone viral, showing a Milwaukee teenager laying in the snow after he was beaten is a wake-up call. Even Milwaukee’s youngest leaders are taking notice. Those who sit on Milwaukee’s Youth Council aren’t much older than the suspects they were talking about on Wednesday, February 10th at City Hall. Atop the agenda for discussion by the Youth Council on Wednesday was a crime […]

  • Attempted carjacking suspect beaten & stripped near 33rd and Scott

    Violence or vigilantism? Teen beaten, stripped after allegedly attempting carjacking

    MILWAUKEE — Was it violence or vigilantism? A teenager accused in an attempted carjacking tried fleeing the scene — but a group of men had another idea. What happened next has led some to call the suspect a victim. Witnesses say the teen was severely beaten by the group of men. A photo of the boy left lying in the snow has gone viral. The photo has some wondering whether the young man deserved it. A large fight unfolded on […]

  • Lake Geneva courtesy Mark Zukowski

    “Unbelievable:” 15 vehicles fall through ice at Lake Geneva’s Winterfest

    LAKE GENEVA — More than a dozen cars fell through the ice at Lake Geneva’s Winterfest Saturday afternoon, February 6th. According to the Lake Geneva Police Department, fifteen vehicles in total had broken through the ice and were partially submerged in the water. Of the 15 vehicles that broke through the ice, five were able to be driven from the scene. The remaining ten vehicles sustained severe water damage and are believed to be a total loss. The scene was […]

  • Mitchell Park Domes

    “Aging and in need of repairs:” Mitchell Park Domes closed for the weekend

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee County Executive’s office has decided to close all three of the Mitchell Park Domes this weekend over concern about falling debris. County officials say years of deferred repairs have taken a toll on the Milwaukee landmark. Some are now saying the Domes may be too far gone. The Mitchell Park Domes are a mainstay to Milwaukee County, playing host to events, while displaying plant life. But all of that wear and tear has taken a toll. “It […]

  • Ashley Maclin and Deangela Flowers

    Teens who spent time at youth prison under investigation for alleged abuse describe it as “Hell on Earth”

    MILWAUKEE — They describe it as Hell on Earth. Two Milwaukee teens are speaking out about their time spent at a facility under investigation for alleged abuse. These teens say they witnessed abuse and experienced it firsthand. The two teens did time at the Copper Lake School for Girls in Irma. Copper Lake School for Girls/Lincoln Hills School for Boys is currently under state investigation — something the teens hope makes a difference. “I wouldn’t send my enemy there,” said Deangela Flowers. “It’s […]

  • The Brat Stop

    “This is crazy:” Group that promotes legalizing rape plans meet-up in Kenosha

    KENOSHA — Officials with The Brat Stop in Kenosha, and city leaders were livid upon learning that a controversial group that promotes legalizing rape was set to meet at the restaurant on Saturday, February 6th. The “Return of the Kings” group had planned meetings across the country on Saturday, and one meet-up was set to happen outside The Brat Stop. The group planned to meet outside The Brat Stop and then head to a secret location for a meeting. The […]

  • Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders

    Debate at UWM: Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders will go head-to-head after close race in Iowa

    MILWAUKEE — It was all eyes on Iowa on Monday night, February 1st — and next week, on February 11th, it will be all eyes on Milwaukee. A Democratic presidential debate will be held at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. After the Iowa caucus left Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders separated by only a handful of votes late into the night, experts say there’s now more focus on the upcoming debate in Milwaukee than ever. The Democratic National Committee (DNC)-sanctioned debate […]

  • Terry Jackson balloon release

    “He will be missed:” Family, friends release balloons for man killed in two-vehicle crash

    MILWAUKEE — It’s been one month since a stolen car crashed into another vehicle, killing two men on Milwaukee’s north side. Saturday, January 30th the family of one of those men came together for a vigil. Terry Jackson and Darrell Thompson, died in a two-vehicle collision at Sherman and Roosevelt on Wednesday, December 30th. The driver of the car who hit them is behind bars. At Glen Oaks Cemetery in Milwaukee, a solemn memorial marks one month since the family of […]

  • Sheboygan Falls vigil

    “Hard to comprehend:” Sheb. Falls community gathers to remember three young lives lost in house fire

    SHEBOYGAN FALLS — A candlelight vigil was held at River Park for the three children killed in a Sheboygan Falls house fire Friday evening, January 29th. And many of those who attended were classmates of the children. Dozens filled the park, loved ones and strangers showed support for the family that is grieving. 10-year-old Ben Martin, 11-year-old Natalie Martin, and 7-year-old Carter Maki, died after their home became engulfed in flames Tuesday evening, January 26th. People join in prayer, leaning […]

  • Samy Mohammed Hamzeh

    “Not true:” Samy Hamzeh, accused of plotting mass shooting, denies allegations

    MILWAUKEE — A 23-year-old Milwaukee man accused of plotting a mass shooting at a Masonic temple says the accusations against him are not true. FOX6 News on Thursday, January 28th obtained audio from Samy Mohammed Hamzeh’s initial appearance in federal court, which took place on Tuesday. We have also received a message from Hamzeh’s family — saying that he is not a terrorist. Hamzeh is accused of telling two confidential sources about his plan to kill at least 30 people, […]


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