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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.


Recent Articles
  • childrens2

    Family of twin heart transplant recipients pay it forward

    MILWAUKEE — The family of twin heart transplant recipients are paying it forward. FOX6 News first introduced you to Chloe and Kendall Roehling back in December. When Chloe and Kendall were about 13 months old, Chloe had a stroke. She was diagnosed with restrictive cardiomyopathy — a heart disease. As it turned out, Kendall had the same condition. The only cure? A heart transplant.  Both girls received heart transplants at a year old. Today, the Roehlings of Brookfield, presented Children’s […]

  • south-side

    Potawatomi Foundation grants $45K to ‘Operation Impact’ to provide more safety on the south side

    MILWAUKEE — Shining a light on crime and bringing it out of secrecy — that’s how one organization hopes to use a generous donation. Forest County Potawatomi Foundation is giving a $45,000 grant to Operation Impact. The announcement was made official on Thursday, January 19th. “We want you to know that everybody is fighting to try to have a safe community for you,” said Common Council President Ashanti Hamilton. That was the message to students of Christ-St. Peter Lutheran School as the Potawatomi […]

  • Amani neighborhood

    “You’re seeing a rebirth:” Crime rates in Milwaukee’s Amani neighborhood down significantly

    MILWAUKEE — Reducing crime and making strides — that’s being accomplished in an inner-city Milwaukee neighborhood. This, of course, did not happen overnight. The numbers show the Amani neighborhood is doing better than the city as a whole. Crime is never welcome in any neighborhood, but tangible evidence that it’s on the decline in the Amani neighborhood signals to residents they’re on the right track. “That did not happen by accident,” said Tom Schneider, executive director of COA Youth & Family […]

  • Curling

    Scottish curling team will play 149 games in 10 US states in 3 weeks; faces curlers from Milwaukee, Wauwatosa

    CEDARBURG — Some say it doesn’t make sense, but others think watching and playing the sport of curling is fascinating. A touring Scottish curling team was in the Milwaukee area Tuesday, January 17th — competing for a coveted trophy. The Scottish curling team was at the Milwaukee Curling Club on Tuesday morning. Curlers are a different lot. Instead of psyching themselves up to beat the competition on Tuesday, opposing team members chatted before the game or “draw,” as they call it. […]

  • Jose Luis Discua-Bados

    Bound over for trial: Man accused in fatal attack on estranged wife waives preliminary hearing

    MILWAUKEE COUNTY — The judicial clock is now ticking for a former fugitive after allegedly killing his estranged wife on Milwaukee’s south side. The brutal killing happened five years ago. He was in court on Friday, January 13th — and so was the victim’s family. After nearly five years on the run, Jose Luis Discua-Bados appeared in a Milwaukee County Courtroom on Friday. To the somewhat delight to the family of the woman he’s accused of killing. “It’s a bittersweet […]

  • Germantown pursuit

    “He hit my squad:” Wrong-way driver suffering medical emergency takes police on pursuit in Germantown

    WASHINGTON COUNTY — It could have ended a whole lot worse. A wrong-way driving case was caught on camera in Washington County. It all started with a slow-speed pursuit and ended with a squad being struck. The incident happened in Germantown on Wednesday, January 11th. It put a lot of motorists and officers on high alert. Around 4:20 p.m. on Wednesday, Germantown police started getting 911 calls about a car weaving in its lane, driving into oncoming traffic, blowing through stoplights and going […]

  • Plane crash at Capitol Airport in Brookfield

    Pilot from Virginia, his wife seriously hurt after plane crash in Brookfield; 6-month-old baby is OK

    BROOKFIELD — A pilot and his wife were seriously hurt when a plane crashed while attempting to take off from Capitol Airport in Brookfield Wednesday, January 4th. Miraculously, their six-month-old child is OK. It happened around noon at the airport on Gumina Road. According to the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department, while attempting take off from the airport, the single-engine plane ran off the runway, and crashed into a parked blue SUV that had a trailer attached to it. The plane crashed to […]

  • Peter Knebel

    Pastor sentenced to 4 months jail time, 4 months Huber after pleading guilty in child sex assault case

    WAUKESHA COUNTY — A Waukesha County judge sentenced 73-year-old Peter Knebel, a Waukesha pastor, to one year in the Waukesha County Jail. This, after Knebel pleaded guilty to an amended charge of second-degree sexual assault of a child. The judge on Tuesday said Knebel’s first four months will be spent in the jail, the second four months on Huber, and the last four months have been stayed. However, if Knebel violates any of the terms of his sentencing — he will serve a […]

  • Naomi Scott

    Mother Scott, Milwaukee icon who dedicated her life to helping others passes away at the age of 90

    MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee icon who dedicated her life to helping the downtrodden has passed away at the age of 90. The loss of Mother Scott, as she was best known, leaves a major void in the community she served. Naomi Scott died on Tuesday night, December 20th, but her legacy will live on. “She just felt like a mother to me,” Bobby Sharkey said. Many of those having breakfast at Scott Christian Youth Fellowship Center on N. Teutonia near Center […]

  • Christine Roehling and twins, Chloe and Kendall

    Children’s Hospital saves lives of twin baby girls, both in need of new hearts: “We are so fortunate”

    MILWAUKEE — Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin works to save lives, and help the smallest among us on a continuous basis. Chloe and Kendall Roehling are a handful, and their mom, Christine Roehling treasures every moment — maybe even a little more than most parents. When the twins were about 13 months old, Chloe had a stroke. “I was trying to hand her a graham cracker. I purposely tried to give it to her right hand, and she wasn’t lifting her […]

  • Terry Strickland

    “Armed & dangerous:” Milwaukee double homicide suspect added to FBI Most Wanted list

    MILWAUKEE — Terry Strickland, wanted in connection with a double homicide in Milwaukee has been added to the FBI’s Top Ten Most Wanted fugitive list. “He’s considered armed and dangerous — so members of the public should not approach him,” said FBI Special Agent in Charge Justin Tolomeo. Strickland is wanted for fatally shooting two men on July 17th. Police say a fight between a group of seven or eight men ended when Strickland started shooting near 26th and Hopkins on Milwaukee’s north […]

  • Dr. Darienne Driver with State Superintendent Tony Evers

    “It’s a game changer:” MPS pushes to shift district’s calendar, give students a better chance to succeed

    MILWAUKEE — Since November, the superintendent of Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) has solicited public input to a proposed shifting of the school district’s calendar. On Wednesday, December 14th, Dr. Darienne Driver and State Superintendent Tony Evers offered an update. “It might sound like it’s small, but it’s a game changer for us,” Driver said. Driver says she has a plan to help MPS succeed. But she said it will take more instructional time during an academic year to do it. […]