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Deandra Corinthios couldn’t be happier to be a part of the FOX6 News team! She joined the station as a reporter for FOX6 WakeUp in September 2014.

Deandra comes from just up the road in Green Bay, where she was a reporter and anchor at NBC26 for just over two years. At NBC26 Deandra shot and edited all her own stories. During her time in Titletown, Deandra fell in love with Wisconsin and everything it means to live in this state, even winters in the “Frozen Tundra!”

She got her start as a reporter at WGEM in Quincy, Illinois. There, she covered news in Illinois, Missouri and Iowa. Her award-winning spot news coverage has been recognized by both the Missouri and Illinois Broadcasters Associations.

Deandra is originally from Chicago and graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. She also has a degree in International Studies.

While she has spent a lot of time in the Midwest, Deandra is a first-generation American. Her dad is Egyptian and her mom is Slovenian. She grew up in Geneva, Switzerland, and is fluent in French and Spanish. Deandra also spent six months living and studying in Cairo, Egypt, where she learned to speak Arabic. Most of her family lives in the Middle East.

Deandra loves to ski, hike around Wisconsin’s beautiful state parks and play with her cat Cleo. She’s also a big fan of the Chicago Cubs and Blackhawks. Despite her Chicago roots, she will always cheer on the Packers!


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    MILWAUKEE — State and Milwaukee County officials are partnering to help area veterans and their families find work — and the job outlook for vets in Wisconsin is steadily improving. The Center for Veterans Issues hosted an employee and support services event on Monday, February 20th. The event offered on-site interviews with employers, resume writing help, job counseling — and helped connect veterans’ families with support services like childcare referrals or transportation assistance. Robert Puskarich was in the Air Force, and […]

  • Bard Clinical Trial

    Researchers in Milwaukee are changing the lives of African-American asthma patients

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  • Milwaukee Art Museum

    A new work of art at the Milwaukee Art Museum is changing visitors’ experiences

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  • Christopher Koeberl

    Christopher Koeberl pleads not guilty to charges after his son called 911 to report his drug overdose

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    MILWAUKEE — On Monday, February 13th, hundreds of Latinos across Wisconsin will be taking part in a “Day Without Latinos.” To prepare, members of Voces de la Frontera passed out fliers on Sunday. They showed up at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church at the corner of 4th and Bruce in Milwaukee with information about the march. Organizers are encouraging Latinos to refrain from going to work and school, or shopping at stores on Monday. They’ll march in Milwaukee at 11:00 a.m. — […]

  • Westin Hotel

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  • Children's Dental Health Month

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