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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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    Police: Homicide suspect arrested after tactical situation near 13th & Burleigh

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police say a homicide suspect was arrested following a tactical situation near 13th and Burleigh Tuesday, December 6th. It began around 11:00 a.m. — when police and U.S. Marshals responded to the area to check for a homicide suspect. Passersby started gathering after noticing the commotion — a police barricade on Burleigh between 13th and 14th, an armored vehicle arriving and MPD officers in protective gear, carrying shields.  Natasha Williams said she was taking it all in. She […]

  • Elizabeth Dillett

    “I broke your trust:” Franklin woman sentenced to 2 years in prison for sexual assault of a child

    MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee County judge sentenced Elizabeth Dillett on Friday, December 2nd to two years in prison plus another three years of extended supervision for having sex with a teenage boy. Dillett pleaded guilty in October to two felony charges — two counts of sexual assault of a child by a person who works or volunteers with children. Six other charges were dismissed. “She preyed on my son and used our friendship for access to him,” said the victim’s father […]

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    Drug mail-back initiative makes it easier to dispose of unused prescriptions

    MILWAUKEE — Getting rid of drugs a little bit easier. That’s the goal of a new initiative that allows you to drop your unused prescription drugs in the mail for free. The staggering number of opioid deaths in Milwaukee continues to grow as we reach the last month of the year. We’re on track to shatter last year’s record deaths of 231. “Also shocking in 2012, we had five deaths attributed to Fentanyl. This year alone we are now up […]

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    “It’s a blessing:” St. Vincent de Paul serves up a Thanksgiving meal for those in need

    MILWAUKEE — Thursday is all about thankfulness, sharing and food. FOX6’s Beverly Taylor ventured to a place that had all three Thanksgiving Day, November 24th. A prayer of Thanksgiving and for the guests to come and it didn’t take long before they began to arrive at St. Vincent de Paul on Milwaukee’s south side. They got the traditional yummy Thanksgiving meal — something Bradley Johnson says it probably would not have gotten if not for the event. “It’s good to […]

  • Just One More Ministry

    “Just One More Ministry” repurposes food from restaurants, caterers for those in need this Thanksgiving

    WAUWATOSA — “Just One More Ministry,” a non-profit organization, is stepping up in a big way this Thanksgiving. It’s an effort to make sure food isn’t wasted — and gets to those who need it most. “Just One More Ministry” has been preparing meals for years — Thanksgiving 2016 marks its first endeavor involving the Thanksgiving feast. The source of the food that went into the Thanksgiving meals makes this effort somewhat unique. “We’re a food rescue organization. We rescue food […]

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    “Why not help more:” Student athletes work to earn conference title for charity effort

    MILWAUKEE — Giving never goes out of style, but it gets amplified during the holiday season — and one group has made the Thanksgiving holiday special for thousands. A stack of boxes Tuesday, November 22nd, just days before Thanksgiving was the result of weeks of fundraising by Alverno College’s student athletes. Student Athlete Advisory Committee President Samantha Korn said they started collecting donations a few weeks ago. “Everyday we sat outside of the Commons and they can donate off of their […]

  • Warm Up Winter

    MFD’s ‘Warm Up Winter’ gives kids new coats for the cold season

    MILWAUKEE — There are some things that are simply guaranteed. One being if you live in Wisconsin, you will need a good winter coat. Some Milwaukee firefighters were out on Friday, November 18th making sure a group of kids had some. Can you say a grand entrance! The Milwaukee Fire Department drove up to Gilbert Stuart Elementary School Friday morning, with sirens blaring to the delight of awaiting students. They also surprised the firefighters with a song. It’s the culmination […]

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    “Excited to see it:” Annual Milwaukee Christmas tree lighting ceremony brightens the city

    MILWAUKEE — City of Milwaukee officials welcomed the holiday season on a very unseasonably warm November day — Thursday, November 17th during the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony at City Hall. It happens every year. In fact, it’s been going on for 103 years in Milwaukee — but that didn’t make this year any less special. “Ah, I love this tree. I think everyone is going to be so excited to see it,” said David Caruso, tree designer. Caruso, owner of […]

  • Preparing for Thanksgiving dinner at MATC

    “Food brings people together:” High school, MATC students, officers prepare meal for those less fortunate

    MILWAUKEE — ‘Tis the season for giving thanks and big meals. But before the meal can be enjoyed, everything must, of course, be prepared. Some at Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) in Milwaukee Wednesday, November 16th were busy preparing for a Thanksgiving dinner that’ll come a little early — on Sunday, November 20th. The group preparing the dinner included a chef, some MATC culinary students, some Messmer High School students and a couple of police officers. Their goal is to […]

  • Brandon Newson

    “I know the stuff I did wasn’t right:” Serial carjacker sentenced to 41 years in prison

    MILWAUKEE — Brandon Newson, a serial carjacker, was sentenced to 41 years in prison on Tuesday, November 15th. Newson was 17 years old when he committed a string of seven carjackings affecting 10 victims in just a week’s time. There were 512 carjackings in 2015 in Milwaukee. Newson was sentenced for committing seven of them. It all started on May 24th, 2015 with the first victim — a woman who was eight months pregnant. “The defendant approaches her and basically points a […]

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    Twists & turns of the presidential election: Main players pledge unity for the good of the nation

    WASHINGTON — The 2016 election was filled with political twists and turns. But even more was happening while many of you slept — and while you were at work on Wednesday, November 9th. After it was clear that Donald Trump won the presidential election and he received the traditional call from his opponent, Trump stepped to the podium for his victory speech early Wednesday morning. “Nothing we want for our future is beyond our reach,” Trump said. Shortly after, around 3:30 […]

  • Gwen Moore

    Democratic Congresswoman Gwen Moore re-elected in race for 4th Congressional District

    MILWAUKEE — Democratic Congresswoman Gwen Moore did not have a Republican challenger in the race for the 4th Congressional District, but she did face two others — Robert Raymond (Independent) and Andy Craig (Libertarian). Ultimately, Moore won re-election, the Associated Press reported Tuesday, November 8th. The 4th Congressional District includes all of Milwaukee and a large part of Milwaukee County. Moore spoke Tuesday at a Milwaukee Democratic Watch Party in Milwaukee. “Let me thank each and every one of you […]