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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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  • Make-A-Wish Wisconsin grants its 6,000th wish! 4-year-old Wales boy gets special sensory bedroom

    WAUKESHA COUNTY — Six thousand — that’s how many wishes have been granted by Make-A-Wish Wisconsin. The milestone was marked the only way the organization knows how, by creating a special experience for one little boy. Walking into his home in Wales, Lincoln Durik could barely contain his excitement. With his family, friends and neighbors by his side, the four-year-old had his wish come true Friday, April 21st. Waiting for him upstairs in his home, a brand new bedroom. “Lincoln’s living […]

  • Woman accused of running down her boyfriend gave “multiple conflicting statements” to investigators

    KENOSHA COUNTY — She’s accused of running down her boyfriend with her car. On Wednesday, April 19th, 29-year-old Anna Wright of Twin Lakes made her initial appearance in court as she faces some hefty charges. Wright is charged with the following: Homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle Knowingly operate a motor vehicle without a valid license – cause death Possession of drug paraphernalia Wright is charged in connection with the death of her boyfriend, Brian Engelhart on April 11th. “This […]

  • Aldermen have concerns with crime bills in Madison; council votes to send them back to committee

    MADISON — The Wisconsin Legislature is set to address a package of crime bills — many of which could have a major impact in the Milwaukee area. That’s why the Milwaukee Common Council addressed whether to support or oppose the bills on Tuesday, April 18th. “We all see violent crime as being at unacceptable levels, and they have been for decades in this city,” said Milwaukee Alderman Nik Kovac. Alderman Kovac pointed out a shared belief between local and state lawmakers. But […]

  • Use of force: FOX6 digs deeper into history of former MPD officer who shot Sylville Smith

    MILWAUKEE — Some time ago, FOX6 News requested from Milwaukee police the “use of force history” of Dominique Heaggan-Brown. Friday, April 14th we obtained some of the documentation. The documents list several instances where Heaggan-Brown used force to restrain suspects — some by physical force but mostly by the use of a taser. Corroborating statements by other officers, and sometimes the suspect themselves, made them sound decisions warranted by the circumstances. One incident did stand out. FOX6 obtained police body camera […]

  • Slenderman stabbing: Morgan Geyser’s trial pushed back 2 weeks to allow Anissa Weier’s trial to finish

    WAUKESHA COUNTY — Slenderman stabbing suspect Morgan Geyser was in court on Thursday, April 13th in Waukesha County for a status conference, and her October jury trial was pushed back two weeks to allow Anissa Weier’s trial to finish. The court also set a schedule for attorneys to come up with a questionnaire to be mailed to potential jurors. “The whole idea is that she’ll have a fairer jury because we’ll have more information about the jurors. It probably will […]

  • #NoFreeRides: Milwaukee Youth Council combats uptick in car thefts with social media campaign

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Youth Council launched on Wednesday, April 12th a public service announcement and social media campaign intended to combat the recent uptick in car thefts committed by teenagers. With the help of the City Clerk’s Office and Milwaukee’s City Channel, teenage members of the Youth Council recorded and produced a series of PSA videos that discuss the real-life stories of young people in Milwaukee whose lives were destroyed in car theft incidents. Using the hashtag #NoFreeRides, the Youth […]

  • Trooper Borostowski, killed in crash, was in same recruit class as Trooper Casper, killed in 2015

    LAKE DELTON — Gov. Scott Walker says the Wisconsin State Patrol trooper killed in a car crash while on duty Tuesday, April 11th near Lake Delton was a member of the Wisconsin National Guard and won an award two years ago for saving a man’s life. Anthony Borostowski used to live in Kenosha, and went to Oak Creek High School, graduating in 2001. “Anytime there is a fatality in law enforcement, our hearts go out to the family and the […]

  • Color outside the lines: Documentary explores those whose skin color isn’t just black or white

    MILWAUKEE — When it comes to racial identity, some people check one race, whether it be black, white, Asian, Native American, Hispanic, etc. For those who are multiracial, one check doesn’t cut it. Some would prefer to check all that apply, or none at all. That is the dilemma for Eric Jaskolski of Jackson, Wisconsin. His mother is black. His father is white. When former President Barack Obama become president, Jaskolski hoped he would advocate for multi-racialism. He even wrote a letter […]

  • “Bullet is still inside:” Gas station owner robbed, shot in Cudahy; suspect sought

    CUDAHY — A Cudahy man has a terrible reminder of a terrifying robbery that took place Wednesday night, April 5th, because the robber’s bullet is still lodged in his body. Cudahy police have not released many details about the incident, but the 48-year-old victim on Thursday, April 6th spoke with FOX6 News about what happened. Police were dispatched to the area of College and Pennsylvania around 11:50 p.m. Wednesday for reports of a robbery. Upon arrival, police located a 48-year-old man […]

  • Milwaukee County voters overwhelmingly say NO to proposed $60 wheel tax, so will Abele still push it?

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee County residents have spoken — in a loud way — voting down a proposed $60 wheel tax 72 to 28 percent. The referendum was only advisory, so will county leaders abide by it? The county board defeated Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele’s proposal last fall, settling on a $30 vehicle registration fee and punting the question about the larger tax increase to voters in a non-binding referendum. A few weeks ago, Abele told FOX6 News if the […]

  • Spring election: Low voter turnout expected across Wisconsin

    MILWAUKEE — Wisconsin’s spring election is Tuesday, April 4th. There are dozens of races and referendums on the ballot.  Across the state, turnout is expected to be about 13 to 18 percent. At some polling places, it was lower than that — possibly due to Tuesday morning’s wet weather. Many voters were expected to get to the polls after work instead. The low turnout early on left poll workers with a lot of time on their hands. An expectation of […]

  • “Ballpark” app’s new features will help you find food, beverages, merchandise at Miller Park

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Brewers are giving visitors to Miller Park a lot more to enjoy this season, especially with the plethora of new concession stands. They also don’t want fans to be overwhelmed, so ahead of Opening Day, the Brewers are touting the “MLB.com Ballpark” app, which has new features that can assist fans at the ballpark. The “Food Finder” and “Beverage Finder” in the app will help fans find their favorite foods inside Miller Park. Fans can easily search […]