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Derica Williams is a New York native raised in New Jersey. She graduated from the University of Maryland College Park with a B.A. in Communication Studies. After college, Derica returned home and started her career in television broadcasting at WNYW-TV, the FOX 5 station in New York, where she was an Associate Field Producer.

A few years later Derica began reporting at WALA FOX 10 in Mobile/Pensacola. While there she covered a wide range of stories involving everything from hurricanes, to murder trials, to the Gulf Oil spill. In addition to her reporting duties Derica hosted a segment on the station’s ‘Studio 10’ morning show that focused on Consumer News. She occasionally anchored the morning, evening and weekend newscasts as well.

Derica most recently joined the FOX6 team in June 2012. She is a family-oriented individual who, in her leisure time, enjoys playing and watching sports, going to the beach and writing poetry. She likes to travel and enjoys exploring new restaurants and different cuisine.
Derica is excited about being in Milwaukee. She is embracing the city and is looking forward to all it has to offer. Derica really has a passion for news and loves meeting new people every day.


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    Sign of the times: Police departments offer sense of security with internet exchange sites

    MILWAUKEE — Buying and selling items online is a fast-growing trend. But the risk of being ripped off was high — until now. From Greenfield to Glendale, Waukesha and many other cities in between — police are watching. Several law enforcement agencies have created so-called “internet purchase exchange locations” — under video surveillance. “You’re at a police department and your chances of getting help quick if something went wrong is immediate,” said Joel Dhein, Glendale Police Department and WCPPA president. Police say […]

  • Jason Price

    Jason Price, former teacher’s aide accused of sexual assault pleads not guilty: “It’s very sick”

    MILWAUKEE — 31-year-old Jason Price — a former teacher’s aide accused of sexually assaulting a student and sending others inappropriate photos and messages waived his preliminary hearing and was bound over for trial on Tuesday, April 26th. This, as the parent of a victim in this case told FOX6 News her child is still deeply affected by Price’s alleged actions. FOX6 News spoke with the mother of a victim named in the criminal complaint filed against Price, which details how Price allegedly sent explicit messages […]

  • Chaabane Tandji

    Business owner gunned down in his store: Was he taken advantage of due to his kindness?

    MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee business owner was gunned down early on Sunday morning, April 24th inside his store on Dr. Martin Luther King Drive near 7th Street during an armed robbery. It happened around 1:00 a.m. inside “Tanji Foods.” Police have identified the victim as 39-year-old Chaabane Tandji. Police arrested two suspects — a 27-year-old Milwaukee man and a 22-year-old Milwaukee woman. FOX6 News has learned Tandji owned several convenience stores in the Milwaukee area. All day long on Monday, April 25th, […]

  • Waukesha Police Department: Special Needs Forms

    New forms help ensure first responders provide the best service to those with special needs

    NEW BERLIN/WAUKESHA — April is “Autism Awareness Month,” and there is a new effort by Waukesha police to ensure that the best service is being provided to those with special needs. At New Berlin Bowl on Sunday, April 24th, bowlers were adorned in colorful shirts and sporting leis during the 8th annual “Hoa Aloha Autism Awareness” event. “Hoa Aloha is Hawaiian for ‘good friend,’ which is the name of our non-profit organization,” Chelsea Budde, with “Good Friend, Inc.” said. The gathering benefited […]

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    “These kids need something else to do:” Shots fired incident near 29th and Auer has neighbors on edge

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police dodge bullets in a north side neighborhood Thursday night, April 21st. A suspect opened fire right in their direction and it happened while officers were responding to another case of shots fired. Thankfully, no one was struck by the gunfire but there were some tense moments. Still even with two volatile incidents, police made several arrests and took two guns off the streets. Pierced with bullets, homes near 29th and Auer are being surveyed Friday morning. […]

  • Jermaine Evans

    Dean of Students at HOPE Christian High School accused of having sex with 16-year-old girl

    MILWAUKEE — A man who serves as the Dean of Students at HOPE Christian High School is accused of having sex with a 16-year-old female student. 32-year-old Jermaine Evans faces two counts of second degree sexual assault of a child under the age of 16 for alleged incidents that happened in 2013 and 2014. According to the criminal complaint, a detective with the Milwaukee Police Department was alerted to a possible sexual assault of a child by a series of text […]

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    Man hired as teacher’s aide accused of having sex with teen girl, sending photos to others

    MILWAUKEE — 31-year-old Jason Price of Horicon now faces criminal charges — accused of having sex with a student and sending others inappropriate photos. Price faces the following charges: Sexual assault of a student by school staff (two counts) Child enticement (sexual contact) Exposing a child to harmful material (three counts) Causing a child to view or listen to sexual activity According to the criminal complaint, Price was hired as a teacher’s aide at Holy Redeemer Christian Academy in September […]

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    American Red Cross volunteers help neighbors “feel a little safer” by installing smoke alarms

    MILWAUKEE — This year alone, the American Red Cross financially supported 600 people in southeastern Wisconsin because of residential house fires statewide, there’s been more than 20 fire fatalities. Volunteers are stepping up to stop that number from increasing. American Red Cross volunteers and partnering organizations are prepared for a big job ahead of them on Saturday, April 16th. They were saving lives! “We know that working smoke detectors in a home increases your chance of survival by 50%,” said Max […]

  • Brookfield police investigate fraud case

    “You have to be careful:” Brookfield police seek identity of suspects in fraud case

    BROOKFIELD — Check your wallets and your statements! Credit card scammers are accused of hitting several Brookfield stores. They are making fraudulent purchases with seemingly real account numbers. “You have to be careful, protect your money,” said resident Tracy Powell. Folks in the area are on alert after a fraud scam recently hit Brookfield. “It appears as if a victim had their credit card cloned or possibly counterfeited,” said Captain Phil Horter, Investigation Division Commander. Brookfield police say they are […]

  • Milwaukee Tool

    Ground broken on $35M expansion to Milwaukee Tool that will bring 300-500 jobs to Brookfield

    BROOKFIELD — Ground was broken Monday, April 11th on a $35 million expansion to Milwaukee Tool’s headquarters, located at 13135 W. Lisbon Road, near 124th and Capitol Drive in Brookfield. The headquarters building will be home to 300 to 500 new employees over the next three to five years. The tossing of dirt on Monday morning marked the beginning of a new chapter for Milwaukee Tool. “We`re excited about continuing to grow,” Steven Richman, president of Milwaukee Tool said. The […]

  • Pope Francis celebrates Mass in Philadelphia

    Some Catholics cheer, others criticize Pope Francis’ views on divorce, modern family

    A new document released by Pope Francis is receiving praise and some criticism from members of the Catholic Church. The document details a new, modern view on family. “The pope is trying to help everybody,” a parishioner said. In a 264-page document on love in the family, Pope Francis, in essence, asks the church to take a more welcoming approach. “He is asking us to be a family. How do you personally create family with all its own personal idiosyncrasies. […]

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