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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
  • Monitoring your medications: When you get a prescription, who can see it?

    MILWAUKEE — During a checkup, doctors now have something else to check out — a database. It’s called the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) and it’s in place to detect improper use of opiates. The PDMP has been in place since 2013. The enhanced version launched one month ago. It’s the result of legislation passed to combat Wisconsin’s growing opioid epidemic. The law now requires physicians and pharmacists to check the database before prescribing or filling the drugs. Dr. Andy Anderson […]

  • Lead volunteer in search for Kelly Dwyer calls homicide charges against Kris Zocco “a relief”

    MILWAUKEE — The City of Milwaukee came together to search for 27-year-old Kelly Dwyer after she disappeared in October of 2013. One of the lead volunteers said he was relieved Monday, May 8th to learn charges have now been charged against Kris Zocco for Dwyer’s death. He said the homicide charges against Zocco bring some peace to Dwyer’s family. The question, “Where is Kelly Dwyer?” was answered on May 1st, 2015 — when Dwyer’s body was discovered near a quiet, […]

  • “Pretty crazy:” Days after moving to Riverwest, man finds his brand new vehicle sitting on bricks

    MILWAUKEE — He moved to Milwaukee just days ago, and already, he’s become the victim of crime. All four wheels were stolen off of his brand new vehicle, and police say this is a growing problem. Police say wheel thefts are happening more now than ever before, and Allan Rivera became a victim just as he was getting settled in Milwaukee. “I think the neighborhood is great,” Rivera said. So much so, that Rivera, an Illinois native, decided to move […]

  • “There were rumors:” Cudahy H.S. staffer on leave after alleged “incident” with student

    CUDAHY — A Cudahy High School staff member has been placed on administrative leave amid an investigation into an “incident” between that staff member and a student. According to the superintendent, a letter was sent to home to parents and guardians on Wednesday, May 3rd. The staff member was placed on administrative leave on Tuesday. The superintendent said “due to privacy, we are limited to what we can legally release about the incident and will respect the privacy of all […]

  • Mequon residents on high alert after coyote sighting: “They were very, very big”

    MEQUON — Wild animals circling family pets! A Mequon family says they’re lucky their dogs are still here because coyotes have been an ongoing nuisance near their home. “They were big and they were quite obviously circling in for the attack of our dogs,” said Jennifer Niedfeldt. Two large coyotes entered the Niedfeldt’s Mequon yard early Monday morning. Outside at the time were their family pets, “Scarlet” and “Stella.” “I heard our smallest dog, Stella, yipping, screaming in the backyard like […]

  • Unknown substance leaking from somewhere inside grounds of airport

    MILWAUKEE — An unknown substance is leaking from somewhere inside the grounds of Mitchell International Airport. Officials say they do not know the source of the substance — or even what that substance may be. Fire officials are taking precautions — trying to protect the nearby creek from contamination. It appears they are throwing down barriers to trap the substance. Monitor FOX6 News and FOX6Now.com for updates on this developing story.

  • “It was inhumane:” Milwaukee man admits beating his 14-month-old son

    MILWAUKEE — 28-year-old Dennis Torres of Milwaukee now faces multiple charges for his alleged involvement in the abuse of a 14-month-old boy. Torres faces the following criminal charges: Physical abuse of a child, repeated acts causing great bodily harm Child neglect (great bodily harm) According to the criminal complaint, Torres told investigators he took in the 14-month-old boy in April after the child’s mother died. He indicated “by the week of April 17, 2017, the defendant was striking (the child) 7-10 […]

  • “This is not typical:” Woman calls 911, says she killed someone and is suicidal

    SHEBOYGAN COUNTY — A 911 murder confession is what caused an hours-long standoff in Sheboygan County Thursday, April 27th. The 38-year-old woman told a dispatcher she killed someone and planned to hurt herself. The condition of the woman is unclear at this time — or that of the person she claimed to have killed. But we do know it shook the rural Town of Lima for hours Thursday afternoon. In Lima, yards don’t border one another, neighbor’s fields do. “The […]

  • “Humbling:” Neighbors help 70-year-old man, attacked while walking his dog

    MILWAUKEE — A man walking his dog is attacked. He is now home from the hospital after being badly bruised and bloodied. As he recovers, an incredible thing is happening in his neighborhood. Carmelino Pable will be keeping his daily routine stroll closer to home. His scars and bruises tell the start of what happened to the 70-year-old man a week ago. On his way to pick up his daily lottery ticket, his dog Chloe next to his side, a […]

  • “Real bad situation:” Couple robbed at gunpoint while shopping for car at dealership

    MILWAUKEE — A couple trying to buy a new car were robbed at gunpoint. Milwaukee police are now asking for your help to identify the two suspects wanted in connection with the robbery that took place at Badger Auto Sales on Monday, April 17th. What should have been an exciting day for one couple at Badger Auto Sales, they’re now hoping they can put it in their rear view. “It was a gentlemen and his wife here and they had a […]

  • Prosecutors: Former sergeant’s recorded 4th check before in-custody death was never made

    SHOREWOOD — Hundreds of pages of documents just released to FOX6 News detail the death of a man in the custody of Shorewood police. Police Sgt. Cody Smith was charged with a misdemeanor, and left the department as a result. More than 200 pages of documents detail the night the man was found unresponsive. Throughout the investigation, they found Sgt. Smith, the man responsible for watching that inmate, didn’t tell the whole truth. Sgt. Smith began his career with the […]

  • 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 […]