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I'm the Executive Producer of Digital Media for FOX6Now.com -- and have been with FOX6 News for the past 24 years.

Actually this is only my second employer (I worked for Sentry Foods for 11 years in my high school, college and post college years too). Anyway, my time here makes me an old timer.

That said, there's no truth to teaching an old dog new tricks. Before I began managing the web team in 2006, I was a newscast producer for 16 years -- and I've done it all.

I began my producing stint with Mark Concannon, Roseann St. Aubin and Meteorologist Dana Tyler on FOX6 WakeUp News back in 1990. A couple of years later, I helped give birth to Milwaukee's first weekend morning news -- anchored by Jim Paschke, Joanne Williams, Scott Steele and Joe LaBarbera. After that, I ripped through every newscast FOX6 had to offer -- weekends, weekdays, the midday news, the evening news. I finished up my producing tenure with eight years on FOX6 News at 10. I felt fortunate to be driving that newscast and working with Ted Perry, Joyce Garbaciak, Vince Condella and Tom Pipines. I learned from the best -- and plan on sharing those journalistic tidbits with my cohorts down the road.

Back in 2006, the opportunity to manage the web team presented itself and I jumped at it. I wanted something new in my day; something that would challenge me. And this did it. Prior to August 2006, I didn't know an html from an xml or a .jpg from .gif (don't feel bad if you don't know the difference). That's all changed now.

Feel free to get in touch with the web team if you have questions. If we can't answer them, we'll get answers from someone who has them.

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    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — From drinks with a splash of scary to chips with creepy smothered on top — we have you covered on what to serve up this Halloween. Mark Hagen from Taste of Home joins Studio A with a preview of some of the dreadfully delicious dishes you can find in the magazine’s Halloween edition — which is now on stands. Champagne Blood Shots Prep: 30 min. + chilling 3/4 cup sugar, divided 1/4 cup water 1/4 cup sliced […]

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    WisDOT: Tips to keep your little ghosts & goblins safe this Halloween

    MADISON (WITI) — The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) encourages parents and caregivers to give their little ghosts and goblins a refresher course on safe walking and biking this Halloween. Children need to be visible. They should wear bright colored or reflective costumes and accessories, such as arm bands and glow sticks. For trick or treaters walking from house to house, a flashlight is a must-have; while lights and reflectors are essential for those making the rounds by bike. WisDOT […]

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    PICTURES: View & submit beautiful weather pictures

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Every single day, we hear from FOX6 News viewers who say they have a beautiful photo they’d like to share on-air. Here’s your chance to do so. Submit the photo by clicking the button just below.

  • Teal Pumpkin Project

    Make Halloween less scary for kids with allergies, join the Teal Pumpkin Project

    (CNN) — The Food and Allergy Research and Education Organization (FARE) wants to take the potentially deadly “tricks” out of trick-or-treating this Halloween. The group is trying to accomplish this with its Teal Pumpkin Project. It encourages people to put a painted pumpkin outside their door if they are offering non-food treats for kids with allergies. Another option, download FARE’s non-food treats Halloween poster and put it on your door. The group suggests small toys, stickers and crayons as an […]

  • Shops of Grand Avenue in downtown Milwaukee

    Let the bidding begin: Shops of Grand Avenue now up for auction

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Milwaukee’s downtown mall is now on the auction block. Bidding has started for the Shops of Grand Avenue on the website, Auction.com. The minimum starting bid is $4.75 million. At least one local group is already mustering the funds to bid. They hope to buy and redevelop the struggling downtown mall — possibly including a “collaborative” campus for local higher education institutions as well as retail. The bidding on the mall ends on Thursday.

  • Darnell Coles

    Milwaukee Brewers name new hitting coach, Darnell Coles

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The Milwaukee Brewers named on Thursday, October 23rd, Darnell Coles as the team’s new hitting coach. Coles, who was signed to a one-year contract, replaces former hitting coach Johnny Narron, who was relieved of his duties on October 10. Coles, 52, returns for his second stint in the Brewers organization, having served as minor league hitting coordinator from 2010-11 and as manager at Double-A Huntsville from 2012-13. He spent the 2014 season as assistant hitting coach for the Detroit Tigers, […]

  • FOX6 Local Sheboygan

    Man ejected from vehicle in rollover crash on State Highway 28

    SHEBOYGAN CO. (WITI) — The Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a single vehicle rollover crash on State Highway 28 in the Town of Scott. The wreck happened just after 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 22nd — about a half-mile south of Abbot Drive. Sheriff’s deputies, along with Random Lake Fire and Ambulance, Batavia Fire and First Responders, and Plymouth Ambulance responded to the scene. The lone occupant, who had been ejected from the vehicle, was taken to Froedtert Memorial Hospital […]

  • John Kuhn kicks off the Green and Gold Movember

    “Kuuuuuuuuhn:” Ready to grow out that mustache or beard for Green and Gold Movember?

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  • Milwaukee Holiday Parade

    Mark your calendars: 88th annual Milwaukee Holiday Parade set for November 22nd

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Mark your calendars! The Milwaukee Holiday Parade, now in its 88th year, is set for Saturday, November 22nd. The parade features approximately 100 units and will take about 1-1/2 hours to pass a given point. Highlights of this year’s parade include: 15 Award-Winning Bands Full-Size Floats Up to 40-foot “Macy’s Parade” Type Helium Balloons Live Animal Entourages Including Camels Costumed Characters including Ronald McDonald and Racing Sausages Specialty Vehicles, including the C.P. Rail Express And, of course, Santa […]

  • Patrick Cudahy

    Proposed: Patrick Cudahy wants to add to its meat processing plant

    CUDAHY (WITI) — Patrick Cudahy is planning a $12 million addition to its Cudahy plant. It would be on land where part of its facility burned in a fire in 2009. The company is proposing a $16,500 square foot addition to its meat processing plant. The building will have space for fresh bacon slicing and packaging to replace its older operations. The City of Cudahy’s Plan Commission will consider the proposal later this month.

  • Blitz Play of the Week

    CAST YOUR VOTE for this week’s Play of the Week

      MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The FOX6 Sports Blitz and Aurora Health Care® invite you to cast a vote for the Play of the Week. From the Packers to the Brewers, the Bucks to the Badgers… There are great feats of athleticism just about every day in Wisconsin. We want you to help us decide which was the most dramatic, the most incredible, the most jaw-dropping play you’ve seen in the past seven days. CAST YOUR VOTE in the poll below.

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