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Brittany joined the FOX6 News team as a reporter in October, 2016.

She has spent several years in Milwaukee, already, working as a freelance reporter and getting to know the community. Before her move to Milwaukee, Brittany was a morning anchor/MMJ in Flint, Michigan. While there she did everything from shoot video, edit, produce and anchor.

Brittany also spent time at stations in Pennsylvania and Ohio as an anchor/reporter.

Brittany graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. She was a member of the Division I Women’s Field Hockey team and competed in the Final Four semifinals. After college, she did play-by-play for field hockey and lacrosse. She called the Pennsylvania state field hockey final game in 2011. It’s safe to say she enjoys an active lifestyle!

However, her most cherished time is with her two boys and husband. They enjoy living in Whitefish Bay with their English Bulldog, Ace and cheering on the Marquette Golden Eagles basketball team.

Feel free to reach out to Brittany with a story idea or just to say hello!

Recent Articles
  • Ex of man convicted in murder of Jessica Ellenberger, her daughter: “Could’ve been us”

    MILWAUKEE — Patrick Fowler on Friday, April 21st was convicted of the murders of his girlfriend, Jessica Ellenberger and her four-year-old daughter Madyson Marshel. Prosecutors say he stabbed them, and then set their bodies on fire, leaving the home near 68th and Stevenson after grabbing the Easter candy, later purchasing a one-way bus ticket to Texas. Another Milwaukee woman is speaking out, and said she could’ve had the same fate as Ellenberger and Marshel. Christina Thomas said she almost died at […]

  • Prosecutors: Men admitted to stealing tires, rims to sell on Facebook because they “needed money”

    MILWAUKEE — Two men have been criminally charged in a case involving numerous thefts of tires and rims targeting Honda Fit vehicles in downtown Milwaukee. Prosecutors say both of the men charged in this case admitted to the crimes, with one telling investigators he stole the tires and rims to sell on Facebook “because he needed money.” Charges in this case are as follows: 23-year-old Erick Rosado-Cruz of Milwaukee: Theft (value $2,500 to $5,000) as party to a crime Theft (value […]

  • Recognize him? Police seek suspect who ripped keys out of man’s hands, stole his car, struck him with it

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police need your help identifying a suspect after a 61-year-old man was carjacked on Easter Sunday — and struck by his own car. It happened just before 9:00 a.m. near 27th and Capitol. Police said the suspect approached the 61-year-old man in a parking lot, ripped the key’s from his hand, and then stole his 1992 Cadillac DeVille. The suspect then began to drive the DeVille — and struck the victim with it before fleeing the scene. The victim […]

  • “People get so enraged:” President Trump supporters, protesters clash during visit to Kenosha

    KENOSHA — People outside President Donald Trump’s visit to Snap-on Tools in Kenosha on Tuesday, April 18th were split down the middle — quite literally — with protesters on one side of 80th Street and supporters on the other. Supporters applauded President Trump’s executive order to put America first — while protesters were skeptical and asking for more. During President Trump’s visit, he promoted “buy American, hire American” policies. Randi Buttera brought her young son along. “It’s spring break and education […]

  • Police investigate double shooting on Easter Sunday; 1 victim taken to Children’s Hospital

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police on this Easter Sunday afternoon, April 16th were called out to a double shooting near 8th and Keefe. It happened around 2:30 p.m. on one of the warmest days this year. Officials with the Milwaukee Fire Department confirmed for FOX6 News one victim was taken to Children’s Hospital. Friends of that victim told FOX6 News the victim is a teenager. The other victim was taken to Froedtert Hospital. Neighbors were outside enjoying the weather as police […]

  • Man admits to stealing merchandise from his employer, Home Depot, to support his pill addiction

    DELAFIELD — A Home Depot employee is charged with stealing thousands of dollars in tools from his employer in Waukesha County. Now, he could face a new set of charges. Prosecutors say the man admitted to the thefts, and said he committed the crimes to support his prescription pill addiction. 36-year-old John Sudano of Germantown faces one count of felony retail theft, intentionally taking greater than $500 to $5,000. According to a criminal complaint, on January 26th, around 2:00 a.m., police […]

  • Prosecutors: Joseph Jakubowski wrote letter, thanking gun shop owner, REWARD now $20K

    JANESVILLE — The estranged stepfather of a Wisconsin man suspected of stealing guns and threatening attacks in an anti-government manifesto sent to the White House on Tuesday, April 4th urged the fugitive to surrender. This, as the FBI on Tuesday, April 11th announced the reward for information leading to an arrest in this case has doubled, and is now $20,000 — and NEW CHARGES were filed against him. Jakubowski faces the following charges, filed Tuesday out of Rock County: Burglary — […]

  • ‘Pneumonia front’ drops temps, brings rain, T-storms, hail to SE WI: “So ready for spring!”

    MILWAUKEE — It was a wild Monday afternoon, April 10th as a “pneumonia front” pushed into SE Wisconsin, drastically dropping temperatures and bringing with it showers and thunderstorms — some dropping hail. In April in Wisconsin, you have to be ready for a bit of everything — because you can be dressed appropriately one second, and the next, not so much. Small hail rained down across SE Wisconsin on Monday afternoon, leading the way for rain — with a half-inch […]

  • Fire, believed accidental, causes estimated $1M damage to UWM’s Peck School of the Arts

    MILWAUKEE — Officials on Sunday, April 9th said a fire impacting three buildings at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Peck School of the Arts Saturday night is believed to have been accidental, and caused an estimated $1 million in damage. UWM Police Chief Joseph LeMire said Sunday afternoon the Milwaukee Fire Department and Milwaukee police responded to the building around 10:00 p.m. after reports of fire coming from the building. No one was inside the building at the time. Chief LeMire […]

  • “Made me sick:” Alderman calls for harsher penalties for officer who allegedly punched doctor over wife’s affair

    KENOSHA — A Kenosha police officer — who punched a doctor earlier this year — has plead guilty to disorderly conduct. 29-year-old Kendal West was ordered to pay $1,000 on Thursday, April 6th and by doing that he avoids a felony misconduct charge. Some are calling for harsher penalties — and for his job. An urgent and on-duty response to a personal matter. Surveillance video shows the New Year’s morning incident involving West. Documents reveal he admitted to punching a […]

  • WATCH: Caught on camera — a naked man on the tarmac at Mitchell International Airport

    MILWAUKEE — Caught on camera Wednesday, April 5th at General Mitchell International Airport — a NAKED MAN on the tarmac! It happened outside Concourse D. Airport officials told FOX6 News a man managed to get out onto the tarmac via an emergency exit that’s open to the public — and undress. It sounds unbelievable, but there’s video evidence. Zac Johnson sent in cell phone video showing the man on the tarmac. At first, the video shows him seated, completely naked. Then, the video […]

  • “We’re going to miss her:” Richfield says goodbye to poll worker who served 38 years

    RICHFIELD — A lot has changed in 38 years. But in the Village of Richfield on Election Day, Tuesday, April 4th, one thing remained the same. Sally Garvens has been a poll worker since the late 1970s. “I started when Jimmy Carter was president,” Garvens said. Garvens said in those days, things were different. For one, they did not have voting machines like they do now. “I came home at six o’clock in the morning. My husband said, ‘where are you […]