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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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    Looking for a job? Milwaukee is hiring

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — There are jobs in Milwaukee, and employers anxious to fill them — all you have to do is look for them. The Northwestern Mutual Life building going up downtown might be a place to start. A $450 million development will demand workers from Milwaukee. “The city is contributing nearly $55 million toward that project. Of which the company has agreed to hire Milwaukee residents for 40% of the work hours on construction sites,” said Milwaukee Common Council […]

  • prescription drugs

    BUSTED! 51 arrested and charged, accused of manufacturing fraudulent prescriptions & filling them

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration announced Thursday, October 16th state and federal charges against 51 people in total related to the illegal distribution of pharmaceutical controlled substances in the Milwaukee metropolitan area. The following 47 individuals were charged by the Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee or Washington County District Attorneys’ Offices, with the majority of the individuals being charged in Milwaukee and Waukesha counties: 23-year-old Eliado Alvarez of Milwaukee 33-year-old Bobbie Angus of Milwaukee 22-year-old Kela Campbell of Milwaukee […]

  • flu shot

    Mayor Barrett and other leaders roll up their sleeves to encourage you to get your flu shot!

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — There are 150 million doses of the flu vaccine in the United States, and on Tuesday, October 14th, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, Commissioner of Health Bevan Baker and Jeff Martinka, the executive director of Neighborhood House of Milwaukee rolled up their sleeves — joining children and families to share a message that getting vaccinated against the flu protects you, your family and your co-workers. Influenza (the flu) is among the most common contagious respiratory illness in the […]

  • Itavian Belcher

    Police say he shot a woman & died following an attempted robbery; His family wants end to the violence

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Their loved one was killed after police say he shot a woman during an attempted robbery. Now, his family is coming forward — hoping to help reduce gun violence in Milwaukee. A gas station near 95th and Brown Deer Road is where police say 22-year-old Itavian Belcher died after he was shot on Thursday night, October 9th. His family wants to know who shot him and more importantly — they want to see an end to the […]

  • Dr. Aaron Buseh

    “You do worry:” UW-Milwaukee professor eyes Ebola outbreak with great interest

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — More than 4,000 people have died as a result of the Ebola outbreak in Western Africa. One of those monitoring the story with great interest is a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee professor. Dr. Aaron Buseh is an associate professor of nursing at UWM who has studied global health disparities. He also grew up in Liberia — and has several brothers who still live there. Being in healthcare, Buseh understood the seriousness of the initial Ebola cases long before […]

  • We Energies seeks rate hike, and that’s not sitting well with some customers

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — We Energies is asking the Public Service Commission (PSC) for a rate change. The proposed rate change would affect every single We Energies customer, but it’s causing a lot of controversy among customers who utilize solar power. The PSC on Wednesday, October 8th held two public hearings on the proposed rate change. Those hearings drew big crowds to the Wilson Park Senior Center in Milwaukee. “We’re trying to protect homeowners who want to save money by going […]

  • FoodShare

    Thousands saw their food stamps subsidies decrease dramatically, and it was all a mistake!

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Thousands of people in Wisconsin’s FoodShare program saw their food stamps subsidies decrease dramatically. Officials say it happened to some of the state’s poorest residents by mistake! “It was bad because we have to spend all of our money and sometimes borrow,” Molly Hoenigke said. Last April, Hoenigke got a big surprise. Instead of the usual $70 a month in FoodShare benefits on her Quest card, her benefits dropped to $15 for the month. “I was surprised because, […]

  • Rockwell Automation

    Skills they need to succeed: Rockwell Automation opens doors to students

    MEQUON (WITI) — Manufacturing is a different world from what it was decades ago, and the changes have left companies with thousands of job openings that go unfilled. Rockwell Automation opened its doors to about 25 high-school students from Bradley Tech and Riverside University on Friday, October 3rd. Before settling down for a hands-on project, they toured the Mequon facility and many facets of manufacturing. “It’s real stuff and companies must really do their due diligence in trying to design the […]

  • Enterovirus D68

    HEALTH ALERT: Wisconsin now has five confirmed cases of Enterovirus D68

    MADISON (WITI) –The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has informed the Wisconsin Department of Health Services that it has confirmed five positive cases of Enterovirus D68 in the state. It may sound like these are new cases — but really they’ve just been confirmed. Health providers send specimens to the CDC, and the CDC tests them for the virus. These specimens were sent to the CDC one to two weeks ago — if not longer ago. Currently, there are about 500 […]

  • Ebola

    “The public should not be scared:” Froedtert, Medical College prepared should an Ebola case occur here

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — A man visiting from Liberia has become the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States. He is in isolation at a Dallas hospital. His sister says he went to the hospital on Friday, September 26th and was sent away with antibiotics. He returned on Sunday, and was admitted. Members of the ambulance crew who took him and members of his family are among the 12 to 18 people being monitored. Texas Governor Rick […]

  • Developer dumped, but what lies ahead for empty school building?

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) is looking for a new developer for the empty Malcolm X Academy. This is the building a private school offered to buy — and MPS rejected for plans of its own. State Senator Alberta Darling has been a vocal supporter of MPS selling the empty Malcolm X Academy to St. Marcus Academy. It wanted to expand its highly touted program. Instead, MPS partnered with private developer, 2760 Holdings. “Well, it would have been […]

  • Kelly Rindfleisch

    Appealing her case: Walker’s former chief of staff, Kelly Rindfleisch wants conviction overturned

    MILWAUKEE CO. (WITI) — She was one of the top aides to now-Governor Scott Walker when he was Milwaukee’s County Executive. She was accused of doing campaign work on taxpayers’ time — and convicted of one felony count of misconduct in public office after initially facing four charges. Now, we’ve learned Kelly Rindfleisch is appealing her conviction. A judge sentenced Kelly Rindfleisch to six months in jail and three years of probation on the misconduct in public office charge back […]


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