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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!

Recent Articles
  • National EMS Memorial Bike Ride

    “Extremely special:” Cyclists riding from Illinois to Minnesota to honor first responders who have passed

    GLENDALE — First responders are the people we turn to in our worst moments. They offer medical attention and reassurance. More than a decade ago, a North Shore Fire/Rescue firefighter was killed on his way to work — and his life is one of many being honored during the National EMS Memorial Bike Ride. Their names were written in chalk, and then read aloud. Ninety first responders were honored. All have passed on, but their memories are cherished in the […]

  • Chaze Biami

    Prosecutors: Chaze Biami said he drank “not too much” before wrong-way crash on I-43

    MILWAUKEE — A 36-year-old Milwaukee man now faces 13 felony charges in connection with a wrong-way driving incident that happened early on Sunday, June 19th. The accused is Chaze Biami. Biami now faces the following felony charges: Injury by intoxicated use of a vehicle (great bodily harm), habitual criminality repeater (three counts) Injury by intoxicated use of a vehicle (great bodily harm – PAC), habitual criminality repeater (three counts) Second degree reckless injury, habitual criminality repeater (three counts) Second degree recklessly […]

  • Milwaukee Recreation's "Summer Stars" program at South Division High School

    “Safe space:” Milwaukee Recreation’s ‘Summer Stars’ program works to keep young people out of trouble

    MILWAUKEE — Teenagers in Milwaukee have been in the news for all the wrong reasons of late — shootings, carjackings, thefts and more. So how do we keep young people out of trouble, and off the street? Starting Wednesday night, June 22nd, young people in Milwaukee have a safe, positive place to spend the summer. It is an alternative to spending the summer on the street. “It can get really busy when all of the teams come in, all the […]

  • Waukesha

    “Big deal:” For current, prospective Waukesha residents, approval of water plan long time coming

    WAUKESHA — It was a vote nearly 15 years in the making. On Tuesday, June 21st, the city of Waukesha was granted approval to start drawing water from Lake Michigan. The decision is the first-of-its-kind. Waukesha had to get approval from the governors of all eight Great Lakes states. For Waukesha residents, this decision was a long time coming. “It was kind of a dark cloud that was hanging over Waukesha,” Tom Breitlow with Shorewest Realty said. Every home sale […]

  • Joshua Larson

    New photos show beer, tailgating items in firefighter’s pickup truck after crash that killed two

    WEST ALLIS — A 153-page report was released Monday, June 20th in connection with a fatal crash that happened near 60th and Pierce on April 4th — Opening Day for the Milwaukee Brewers. 31-year-old Joshua Larson, a Milwaukee firefighter, has been arrested and charged in this case. The report includes photos and video from the scene of the crash which reveal the force of the collision, and the shock of witnesses. Larson faces four felony charges in this case — […]

  • 2017 U.S. Open at Erin Hills Golf Course

    Next year, U.S. Open will be in WI for the first time! “If we get a second date — that would be awesome”

    TOWN OF ERIN — Dustin Johnson won the U.S. Open Sunday, June 19th on FOX6. Next year, the prestigious golf tournament will be held at Erin Hills Golf Course in Wisconsin — and already, excitement is building. With a year to go until the 2017 U.S. Open, Erin Hills is already seeing visitors from out-of-state who want to play on a future U.S. Open course. In June of 2017, the world will see that course for the first time. During […]

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    “She was hysterical:” Milwaukee police officers save woman from jumping off bridge

    MILWAUKEE — Two Milwaukee police officers are being praised for saving a woman’s life. She was clinging to the railing of a bridge near N. 35th and Canal Street when they arrived. The officers say the woman was probably 75-80 feet above the ground, and was threatening to end her life. “I thought she was going to jump. She was hysterical,” said Katie Anderer. As they approached a woman on the 35th Street viaduct, Officers Katie Anderer and Charles Seelow knew they […]

  • South Milwaukee fire

    “Had no idea there was a fire going on:” Man grabs garden hose to put out blaze at neighbor’s home

    SOUTH MILWAUKEE — Quick action by a South Milwaukee man may have saved five lives. Risking his own safety, he ran to safety into a burning home and even captured some of it on camera. “I looked at the side of the house and it was totally in flames,” said Chris Rodriquez. Before firefighters arrived at a South Milwaukee home, it was just Chris Rodriquez, and a garden hose. “Somebody had a spray nozzle on the garden hose and I pulled […]

  • Bay View letter

    “People acted like ghetto thugs:” Bay View woman receives hateful letter after hosting baby gender reveal party

    BAY VIEW — An anonymous letter and a derogatory term. Now a Bay View woman says she’s no longer comfortable in her neighborhood. Tatiana Hill reads aloud a letter left outside her Bay View home on June 5th. “Dear neighbor, yesterday you hosted a party and some of the people acted like ghetto thugs,” Hill reads. The party that letter refers to was a gender reveal for Hill’s first baby — it’s a girl! “My boyfriend and I wanted to […]

  • U.S. Attorney Greg Haanstad

    “Expect this to make a significant dent:” Federal indictment charges 18 people with conspiring to distribute heroin

    MILWAUKEE — A significant dent in Milwaukee’s heroin epidemic. That’s how officials describe their roundup of 16 alleged dealers Tuesday morning, June 14th. They say their work on this case goes back several months, if not longer. Officials says this was a structured organization that fueled drugs like heroin, cocaine and marijuana into the Milwaukee area. “There is a heroin epidemic in the city of Milwaukee and surrounding areas,” said Greg Haanstad, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. […]

  • Vigil for Orlando in Milwaukee - Eder Flag

    “We felt it necessary to support:” Eder Flag donates 800 American, LGBT flags to Milwaukee for vigil

    MILWAUKEE — There were hundreds of American and rainbow flags at a vigil in Milwaukee Monday evening, June 13th in honor of the 49 people who lost their lives in a mass shooting at a gay nightclub Sunday in Orlando, and those flags were a gift from Eder Flag in Oak Creek — a company with ties to Orlando. In times of trouble, people unite behind the flag. It was powerful Monday to see two flags together in Milwaukee after […]

  • Robert Larson and Jonathan Miller

    Denied for a third time: Convicted sex offenders will not be moving into home in Lomira

    LOMIRA — Officials with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office say two convicted sex offenders, who were set to move into a home in Lomira after their placement was approved by a judge will not be able to live at that home because the sale of the home fell through. Sheriff Dale Schmidt said in a statement issued to FOX6 News that he received an email on Wednesday, June 8th from the Department of Health Services indicating the sale of the […]


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