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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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  • tightrope

    Legendary tightrope artist to walk the wire at State Fair, “I may stop and take a selfie”

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Back in the day, the Wisconsin State Fair was known for bringing thrill shows. This year will capitalize on that history with tightrope artist Nik Wallenda. Friday, he was at the fair site to scope out the area. “We walked out this morning to see the site for the first time. You know, I looked out there and I said, ‘that’s a long walk — it’s going to take a while’,” said Wallenda. In fact, the walk, […]

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    From Milwaukee to Myanmar: Doctors show off medical technology that can change lives

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The country of Myanmar is looking to build up its healthcare system and is turning to Milwaukee for assistance. The Union Minister of Myanmar, Than Aung, is soaking it all in. He wants to open up a cardiac center in his country — and the unique GE cardiovascular hybrid operating and imaging suite at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center has captured his attention. “We’ve been able to take care of people that have been turned down by […]

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    Governor Walker signs cyberstalking bill into law, victim says: “It gives me peace of mind”

    MADISON (WITI) — Governor Scott Walker on Wednesday, April 8th signed a bill that will allow state judges to issue restraining orders against anyone who uses technology to harass a Wisconsin resident from anywhere in the country. “I applaud the legislators and the governor for closing the gap,” Melissa Torres, who has been a target of cyberbullying said. Current state law allows Wisconsin judges to issue restraining orders only against harassers and stalkers who reside within the state. The bill’s authors, Sen. […]

  • •	The arena arrival experience is augmented by a transparent façade that marks the front door and monumental atrium within. 
•	The dynamic entertainment live block will serve as both arena forecourt and community living room. This will be the year round destination that draws the people of the region together for unforgettable experiences and a place people will love to gather for generations to come.

    New Bucks arena: Basics are in place, but funding for the project still in question

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Calling it “a very, very exciting day,” the Milwaukee Bucks and its design team released on Wednesday, April 8th, the first images and details of their vision for the development of a new multi-purpose, $500 million arena and another $500 million sports and entertainment district to help revitalize downtown Milwaukee. The entertainment district would be paid for mostly by private enterprises — but the arena requires public funding, which hasn’t yet been finalized. “The date this starts happening, property values […]

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    “I’ve got to do it for my brothers:” Veteran plans 9,000 mile journey to honor fellow heroes

    WAUPACA (WITI) — It’s a journey that will take one veteran 9,000 miles across the country. And it all starts today in Waupaca. Michael Roberts is going ton a very long walk, one that will take him from Wisconsin, to Illinois, to California, and a number of other states in between. “I’m a veteran so I’ve got to do it for my brothers,” said Roberts. He hopes his Boots 2 Boots campaign will remind people about some of the challenges […]

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    “Never leave your car unattended!” Mother learns lesson after vehicle stolen with her son inside

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — It’s a mother’s worst nightmare — her car stolen with her young son inside. It happened on Thursday morning, April 2nd near S. 60th Street and W. Oklahoma Avenue, and now, police are looking for the suspect responsible. According to police, it was around 7:30 a.m. when Amber Strube walked into a store and left her vehicle running with her one-year-old child inside. She paid a frightening price for a soda and a muffin — because soon, a female […]

  • church

    Dunks or divine inspiration? Catholics who are Badgers fans face conundrum

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Most fans of the Wisconsin Badgers will be watching the Final Four matchup with the Kentucky Wildcats on TV — whether at home or at some restaurant or bar. But what if you have a conflict of epic proportion? What do you do? “I want to see them go all the way and they’re going to do it,” said Ron Kreutzer, a Badgers fan. Here’s the thing. Kreutzer is also Catholic. FOX6 News caught up with him […]

  • basketball

    Badgers’ success leads to big money, which “powers and sustains the program”

    MADISON/INDIANAPOLIS (WITI) — We’re four days away from the Wisconsin Badgers big matchup with the Kentucky Wildcats in the NCAA Tournament’s Final Four — and just one day away from the Badgers send-off pep rally at the Kohl Center in Madison. The hype surrounding the Badgers is contagious — but it’s so much more than just hype! The Badgers making it to the Final Four for the second consecutive year is exciting — but it all boils down to branding, […]

  • Kerry Kemp

    Fallen Marine, Staff Sgt. Kerry Kemp, returns home to Port Washington

    PORT WASHINGTON (WITI) — A fallen Marine returns to Port Washington for burial. Staff Sergeant Kerry Kemp died earlier this month in a helicopter crash off the coast of Florida. SSGT Kemp lived in Port Washington a short time and married a Port Washington native shortly after high school. He was a husband and a father. Kemp was killed when a twin-engine Blackhawk helicopter from Eglin Air Force Base went down. Eleven people were on board. Kemp’s body was expected […]

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    “It means a lot to us:” Facebook group forms in an effort to save the Keno Drive-In

    VILLAGE OF PLEASANT PRAIRIE (WITI) — An American past time is passing away — or is it? Owners of a Pleasant Prairie drive-in says it won’t open for another season — or ever. But a group is hoping to save the Keno Drive in, so future generations can enjoy it as they have. “It means a lot to us and we hope that somehow they can save the Keno Drive-In so we can experience it with our grandkids,” John Oldham said. […]

  • Stones

    The rumor with few answers: Will The Rolling Stones perform in Milwaukee?

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — It’s a rumor, but there are enough clues out there to string you along. The rumor is The Rolling Stones will perform in Milwaukee as part of a North American summer tour. The possibility of The Rolling Stones playing in Milwaukee has reached fever pitch with a billboard, which includes the Stones’ symbol — and rumors that not only is the group coming to Milwaukee, but that they would play at the Marcus Amphitheater on the Summerfest grounds June […]

  • John Raymond

    “Just an unfortunate incident:” Grafton man arrested for third OWI after bicyclist ran into his vehicle

    OZAUKEE COUNTY (WITI) — A 44-year-old Grafton man is facing serious charges following an incident on St. Patrick’s Day that occurred at the intersection of 8th Avenue and North Street in Grafton. The incident involved a 13-year-old boy on a bike, and 44-year-old John Raymond’s vehicle. Raymond appeared in court in Ozaukee County Wednesday, March 18th. On Tuesday, he was driving with a 12-year-old child as a passenger in his vehicle when a 13-year-old bicyclist ran into his vehicle at the […]


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