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I grew up in a family that believes there are no limits to what you can achieve. Education was a priority and college a necessity. I graduated from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. When I changed my major to broadcasting I was told the field was too saturated. Getting a job in television would be tough. So what?

After graduating, My first job was as a country music disc jockey. Hey, it got my foot in the door. Nine months later, I was doing radio news reports and nine months after that I got my first television job as a morning anchor/reporter in Jackson, Tennessee. My career has taken me to Huntsville, Alabama and my current home of Milwaukee where I’m an anchor/reporter at Fox 6 News. I have been honored with several awards, including an Emmy nomination.

Being a southern girl, my friends still can’t believe I live in a city that gets wind chills of 25 below zero. But I’ve made the adjustment and Milwaukee is truly home. Plus, I enjoy what I do. And, I am blessed that so many people allow me in their homes every evening.

If you have a story you’d like us to cover, call me. And, thanks for taking the time to read my bio.

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  • Thomas Jefferson Middle School in Port Washington

    Scare in Port Washington: Bullet found in hallway at Thomas Jefferson Middle School

    PORT WASHINGTON — It was anything but a normal day of class on Thursday, February 4th for students, staff and parents at a high school in West Allis and a middle school in Port Washington. Fortunately, there were no injuries in connection with either emergency — but there are plenty of questions. Officials with the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District cancelled classes on Thursday after a bomb threat was phoned into West Allis Central High School on Thursday morning. Students […]

  • Golden football at Racine Horlick High School for Chris Maragos

    Celebration of Super Bowl 50: Horlick H.S. receives “golden football” for alumnus Chris Maragos

    RACINE — The NFL is handing out “golden footballs” to all high schools attended by players in all of the 49 Super Bowls to commemorate Super Bowl 50 — including a high school in Racine. The golden football is proudly displayed at Racine’s Horlick High School for alumnus Chris Maragos’ participation in Super Bowl 48. “You know, it’s got our high school, it’s got his name — so it’s kind of a…it’s something that we will cherish for a long […]

  • Ingrahm Moutry

    Whitefish Bay: Man breaks into more than 30 parking meters to support drug habit

    WHITEFISH BAY — Supporting a drug habit — that’s the reason given for knocking over and stealing parking meters in broad daylight in Whitefish Bay. It’s certainly not your typical crime. A vehicle jumps a curb and plows over a parking meter on Silver Spring Drive in Whitefish Bay. Police say 30-year-old Ingrahm Moutry of Milwaukee, was behind the wheel. According to the criminal complaint, he admits to the crime. Last Friday, the day he was arrested on Kent Avenue, […]

  • Six-month-old girl who died in Cudahy, allegedly at the hands of her babysitter, Carrie Heller

    Cudahy babysitter Carrie Heller pleads not guilty to charge in six-month-old infant’s death

    MILWAUKEE — A Cudahy babysitter accused of killing a six-month-old baby in her care pleaded not guilty. 30-year-old Carrie Heller entered the plea in court on Thursday, January 28th while also waiving her preliminary hearing. Clutching a picture of the child, Jim Watson, a friend of the baby’s family, was also in court for the hearing. “I couldn’t bear really to look at her. It was devastating what she did,” said Watson. The criminal complaint against Heller indicates that around […]

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    “You’re more suspicious:” Elderly couple traumatized by robbery at home

    MILWAUKEE — An elderly Milwaukee couple encounters unwanted guests who invaded their home. The experience had a traumatizing effect. The couple did not want anyone to see their faces. They have been through quite an ordeal. He is 91 years old — his wife is 88. Come August, they’ll be married for 70 years. On Saturday, he was about to bring groceries into his home from the detached garage near 90th and Congress. That’s when a car pulled up. “The […]

  • Organ donation

    Bill introduced in Madison would give organ donors unpaid time off work for recovery

    MADISON — Despite state and national efforts, organ donation hasn’t significantly increased over the past 10 years. A bill being introduced in Madison could help change that. One of its sponsors knows firsthand the urgent need for donors. “My husband died in March and he was waiting for a kidney transplant and a pancreas transplant,” Senator Alberta Darling (R-River Hills) said. Senator Darling has authored a bipartisan bill that may pave the way for more living organ donors to come […]

  • Demond Means

    Dr. Demond Means tasked with turning Milwaukee schools around; he calls it “groundbreaking work”

    MILWAUKEE — The task is daunting… Selecting among Milwaukee’s lowest performing schools and putting a plan in place to turn those schools around — all that in the midst of political and philosophical opposition. But one man has been tasked with leading that effort. He is Dr. Demond Means. Dr. Means looks back fondly on the lessons he learned from his Riverside High School football coach Myron Cain. “We would gather up at the end of practice at that goal […]

  • Rendering for Athletic Performance Research Center (Credit: Marquette University)

    Aurora Health Care invests $40M in Marquette Univ. Athletic Performance Research Center

    MILWAUKEE — Marquette University President Michael Lovell announced in his second Presidential Address on Wednesday, January 20th that the university will partner with Aurora Health Care in constructing its state-of-the-art Athletic Performance Research Center. The center is expected to serve as a national destination for scientific research in human performance. As part of the deal, Aurora will be making a capital investment of $40 million toward the project – the single largest investment it has ever made with a partner in its […]

  • MPD strip search lawsuits settlement

    Milwaukee Common Council approves $5 million settlement in strip search/body cavity search case

    MILWAUKEE — On Tuesday, January 19th, the Milwaukee Common Council voted to approve a $5 million settlement in pending civil lawsuits. Those lawsuits claim unlawful body cavity and strip searches by Milwaukee police officers. There are 74 plaintiffs in these lawsuits. Those 74 people are one step closer to getting a substantial amount of money. “Now did every every claimant, were they illegal? Probably not. But we’re settling it all globally. And some certainly were. So I think overall it […]

  • Washington Park

    Growing partnership: Washington Park neighborhood gets a boost from two companies

    MILWAUKEE — More kindling is being added to an already burning flame in Milwaukee’s Washington Park neighborhood — and that’s a good thing. It involves a partnership between Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity and Wells Fargo. On Tuesday, January 12th, Wells Fargo made a check presentation of $225,000 to Milwaukee Habitat as part of its “Priority Markets Program.” It’ll be used to renovate the Washington Park pool facility, rehabilitate six tax-foreclosed homes, and repair ten owner-occupied homes. “A lot of times […]

  • Jennifer Garcia

    “I didn’t recognize his injuries:” Jennifer Garcia sentenced to 35 years in prison on child abuse conviction

    MILWAUKEE — A 33-year-old West Allis woman convicted of extreme physical abuse of a three-year-old boy will spend decades behind bars. She is Jennifer Garcia — and on Friday afternoon, January 8th, she was sentenced in a Milwaukee County courtroom. Johnetta Ward, the mother of the injured boy was brought from her jail cell to make a statement at Garcia’s sentencing. “And his level dropped again to a two-year-old and he’s five. If it was up to me, I’d give her […]

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    “Everyone deserves a second chance:” Ex-convicts get back into the workforce with ‘The New Man Project’

    WAUKESHA — Life can be a challenge for felons integrating back into general society. FOX6 News looks deeper into the life with the “felon” label. “The wood soothes me. It helps my anxiety greatly,” said Tony Nowakowski. Nowakowski spent eight years in prison. He has masonry skills and through “The New Man Project” in Waukesha, he’s learning another. “I believe everyone deserves a second chance,” said Nowakowski. The New Man Project, a non-profit, Christian-based organization, helps ex-convicts learn job skills through […]


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