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I’m proud and grateful to be a member of the Fox 6 News team. I arrived in January 2011, and you might say my “initiation” was covering the union protests in Madison, just weeks after my first day on the job.

I came to Milwaukee from Green Bay, where I reported for WFRV for two and a half years. My experiences in Green Bay included reporting on record flooding, a decades-old murder investigation, and the construction of world’s largest igloo. I inevitably became a Packers fan and had the terrible timing to leave Green Bay just two weeks before they won the Super Bowl.

Before that, I spent a year at WKBT in La Crosse working as a reporter/anchor.

During my years in TV news, I’ve been honored with Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Awards and regional Emmy nominations.

I became interested in TV news as a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. After internships at WCCO in Minneapolis and NBC-15 in Madison, I landed a full-time on-air internship at WISC, where I worked throughout my senior year.

I grew up in Apple Valley, MN where I graduated from Eastview High School. Growing up, I wanted to become a writer, but I lack the patience to sit down and write a book. The fast-paced business of TV journalism is much better fit for my personality!

In my free time, I like to run outside on southeast Wisconsin’s beautiful trails, and read my kindle. I spend as much time as possible with my husband, who fortunately doesn't mind eating ham sandwiches every night while his wife is off reporting the news.

If you see me out on a story, please come over and say hello!

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    “A lot of debate today:” Assembly begins marathon 24-hour session on Right-to-Work legislation

    MADISON (WITI/AP) — The Wisconsin Assembly has begun a marathon session of debate on Right-to-Work legislation — debate that’s expected to stretch into Friday morning. The debate hasn’t been without disruption at the Capitol in Madison Thursday, March 5th. Late Thursday, a Department of Administration representative told FOX6 News two people were arrested after screaming profanities and refusing to stop. The debate got underway at 9:00 a.m. The Assembly has set 24 hours to debate Right-to-Work legislation. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says he […]

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    “Made my son’s day:” Larry Sanders does seemingly small thing that’s huge in the eyes of a boy with cancer

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Former Milwaukee Bucks player Larry Sanders knows what it’s like to battle an illness. So when he met a Sheboygan boy battling cancer, he did one seemingly small thing that made the boy feel much better. You likely saw the video posted to the website “The Players Tribune,” in which 26-year-old Larry Sanders explains why he left a promising career in the NBA — walking away from the Milwaukee Bucks with millions of dollars on the table. Sanders announced […]

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    CHARGED: 42-year-old Columbia Correctional Institution inmate accused of killing his cellmate

    PORTAGE (WITI) — Criminal charges have been filed in connection with the death of an inmate that occurred at the Columbia Correctional Institution in Portage on February 12th. 42-year-old Dexter Ewing has been criminally charged in connection with the death of 40-year-old Jerome Scott. Ewing and Scott were cellmates. Ewing has been charged with first degree intentional homicide as a persistent repeater. The charge carries a penalty of life in prison with no possibility of extended supervision. The criminal complaint […]

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    “Yvette, September 8th, 1945, Forest Home Cemetery:” Mystery unfolds in Glendale; Brad Hicks solves it!

    GLENDALE (WITI) — A mystery in Glendale! A family recently made an unusual discovery as they were cleaning out an old storage locker. They made the discovery a couple weeks ago, and the question may not be what they found, but rather, whom! It was found inside the Manchester Village Condominiums, in Storage Room #360. “I was kind of surprised. They were just cleaning out all the junk that was in there,” Cory Pachefsky said. It was Cory Pachefsky’s family […]

  • Brookfield Mosque

    “A $3 million project:” It began 15 years ago with a dream; on Monday, Brookfield Mosque officially opens

    BROOKFIELD (WITI) — Waukesha County is home to more than 100 Muslim families, and now, they have a new place to worship. On Monday, March 2nd, the Brookfield Mosque. located on Pheasant Drive near Calhoun Road officially opened. Construction on the mosque wrapped up in January. Worshippers have been using the building ever since, and now, the Islamic Society of Milwaukee wants to invite the public in. The Brookfield Mosque began 15 years ago with a dream. It’s a building that […]

  • Corteaz Delaney

    CAPTURED: U.S. Marshals search for Corteaz Delaney, convicted of armed robbery

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — U.S. Marshals are looking for 26-year-old Corteaz Delaney. In December 2006, Delaney was among three men who robbed a 17-year-old man at gunpoint in a vacant lot near 22nd and Locust.  The teen was fatally shot after the three men stole his gun and clothes. Delaney was arrested for Intentional Homicide but was convicted of a lesser charge of Armed Robbery by Use of Force.  He was released from prison on parole in March 2014 and disappeared five months […]

  • Fatal fire on E. Mallory Ave. in Cudahy

    Middle-aged man dies in Cudahy house fire, cause appears accidental

    CUDAHY (WITI) — Cudahy fire officials say a middle-aged man died in a house fire on E. Mallory Ave. in Cudahy. “My neighbor to the west came and rapped on my door — said ‘you better call 911.’ I started to cry. Makes you stop and think how lucky you are,” Susan Lahr said. The fire broke out around 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 26th. Two Cudahy police officers were first to arrive on the scene. They tried to enter […]

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    “It was really shocking:” Some unhappy after public hearing on Right-to-Work legislation cut short

    MADISON (WITI/AP) — Senate Republicans on Tuesday evening, February 24th cut a public hearing on Right-to-Work legislation short, sending dozens of people who had been waiting hours to speak into a rage. FOX6 News spotted one man being led away in handcuffs as Capitol Police shut the building down shortly after 8:00 p.m. The Senate Labor Committee began the hearing at 10:00 a.m. The committee’s chairman, Stephen Nass (R-Whitewater), had planned to end testimony at 7:00 p.m. Nass ended the […]

  • Zeidler Union Square Right-to-Work protest

    As Legislature takes up “Right-to-Work,” demonstrations extend from Madison to Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The Wisconsin Legislature has set an “extraordinary session” to debate so-called “Right-to-Work” legislation. This, as union leaders prepare for big rallies — and protests on this issue won’t be exclusive to the Capitol in Madison. A rally to stop Right-to-Work in Wisconsin was held Zeidler Union Square in Milwaukee on Monday evening, February 23rd. This, as labor leaders from across the state are planning big rallies at the Capitol on Tuesday and Wednesday. “We are going back to the Capitol, […]

  • Fredricka Hodges reward

    “We just need some answers:” Family of Fredricka Hodges, shot & killed near 24th & Center trying something new

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — A Milwaukee mother is going door-to-door in an effort to find the person(s) responsible for killing her daughter. She hopes a new incentive will lead to justice. It has been nearly one year since Fredricka Hodges was shot and killed near 24th and Center on April 7th, 2014, and no one is in custody. With no answers, Hodges’ family is trying something new. “We just need some answers,” Dricka’s mother, Lurlean Hodges-Hinton said. Hodges-Hinton is going door-to-door, […]

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    “I really want to thank the jury:” Jury awards $435K to Silk Exotic after lawsuit filed against city of Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — It is a big win for the owners of Silk Exotic as they continue their years-long fight for a club in downtown Milwaukee. On Thursday, February 19th, a federal jury awarded them nearly half-a-million dollars. The judgement was reached after a two-day trial. Silk had argued that the ordinances used to reject their license were unconstitutional, and a jury agreed. “I really want to thank the jury,” Silk Exotic owner Joe Ferraro said. Ferraro says he’s been […]

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    Don’t become a victim: Another blast of arctic air has police again issuing an important warning

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — With more bone-chilling temperatures coming, the Milwaukee Police Department continues to remind drivers to NOT leave their vehicle running unattended. Another blast of arctic air is headed our way — with temperatures expected to plummet Tuesday, February 17th. Temperatures should be around 0 by Wednesday morning, with wind chills between -10 to -15. The bitter cold continues Wednesday with highs in the single digits and wind chills between -10 and -15. Thursday morning, we could see wind […]


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