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My tour of the Upper Midwest continues!
Hello, my name is Jonathon Gregg, a multi-media journalist for WITI-TV. I am very excited to join the FOX6 news team and have the opportunity to explore Southeast, Wisconsin. However, my TV reporting career did not begin in the Badger State.

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I am an Iowan by trade, growing up near the Quad Cities along the rolling Mississippi River Valley. My boyhood summers were spent on the ball diamonds of small towns and in the towering cornfields, Iowa is known for. High school was filled with football, wrestling, theatre and band. From Northeast Community Schools I sojourned to Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. At Wartburg I began working in television news, graduating with degrees in Communication Arts and Theatre. My time in Iowa continue with years spent in Cedar Rapids and Oskaloosa.

In 2012 I heroically crossed the Mississippi on my way to Green Bay. I do believe the experience helped prepare me for my next step, Milwaukee! I have arrived with ambition and the hope to do well by WITI’s viewers. If you have a story idea, I’d love to hear it,


Recent Articles
  • “It was not a good day:” Family, friends raise $9K reward for info on 2016 fatal hit-and-run

    SHEBOYGAN COUNTY — A Sheboygan County family is still looking for answers more than a year after 23-year-old Shawn Kaufert was hit and killed walking along a Sheboygan County road. Now the family is taking matters into their own hands to try to find his killer. Family and friends have raised $9,000 to help bring an end to the mystery of who struck Kaufert but didn’t stop to help. “To get some information to lead to a conviction,” Kaufert’s aunt […]

  • Body of Fr. Daniel Westberg recovered from Upper Nashotah Lake

    SUMMIT — Officials announced on Thursday afternoon, October 19th that they had recovered the body of 68-year-old Fr. Daniel Westberg from Upper Nashotah Lake in Summit. Fr. Westberg was a professor at the Nashotah House Theological Seminary — and had been out sailing on the lake on Wednesday afternoon when his boat capsized. Police said high winds may have contributed to this accident. “Witnesses observed a sailboat with one occupant in the northern portion of the lake at about 11:30. […]

  • Concertgoers rejoice! Kenny Chesney to perform at Miller Park on April 28th

    MILWAUKEE — Miller Park has been named as a stop on Kenny Chesney’s “Trip Around the Sun” 2018 tour —  which will rock the stadium on Saturday, April 28th. This is the third time the country music star will headline at the home of the Brewers. The concert will feature other top country stars including Thomas Rhett, Old Dominion and Brandon Lay. The tour comes on the heels of Chesney’s announcement of his latest album, Live in No Shoes Nation. Those at Red Rock […]

  • Put on your detective hat, embrace your inner murder-mystery character at MAM

    MILWAUKEE — Experience the darker side of the Milwaukee Art Museum. Just in time for Halloween, MAM After Dark turns into a murder mystery. About MAM After Dark (website) Put on your detective hat, embrace your inner murder-mystery character—or simply leave the costumes to the suspects—and observe as a live game of Clue-like drama unfolds. Throughout the night, watch the scenes play out, and see if you can solve the crime. Follow updates here for more clues leading up to […]

  • Charged: Alleged drunk, wrong-way driver accused in 2 crashes with son in backseat

    OAK CREEK — A 46-year-old Milwaukee man has been criminally charged — accused of driving drunk on the wrong side of the road and hitting two vehicles head-on — one of them a squad car. And that’s not all. Police say the man’s four-year-old son was in the back seat. 46-year-old Terry Zastrow is facing the following charges: First degree recklessly endangering safety Operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated — 3rd offense, with a minor child in the vehicle Operating with […]

  • Tired of going to the same haunted house every Halloween? Check out The Hill Has Eyes

    FRANKLIN — The Hill Has Eyes offers one of the most unique and terrifying experiences in the area. A haunted trek through the woods in Franklin — where you never know what creatures may be lurking. Jonathon Gregg got a behind-the-scenes look. About the Hill Has Eyes (website) Tired of going to the same haunted house every Halloween? The Hill Has Eyes is Milwaukee’s best haunted attraction, featuring a containment march to the gates of two haunted trails, a ride on […]

  • “Life after Aaron Rodgers now begins:” Radio hosts field calls from concerned fans

    GREEN BAY — Green Bay Packers’ QB Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone during the Packers’ matchup vs. the Minnesota Vikings Sunday, October 15th, and he could be out for the season. Rodgers’ injury has caught the attention of mental health professionals, who offered some advice on a Monday after a Packers’ loss, with many heartbroken over Rodgers’ health. His injury will require surgery, Coach Mike McCarthy said Monday afternoon. “Life after Aaron Rodgers now begins,” Bill Michaels said on sports […]

  • LeRoy Butler joins MFD in effort to install working smoke detector in every Milwaukee home

    MILWAUKEE — Smoke detectors may be your family’s first line of defense against a devastating house fire, and officials with the Milwaukee Fire Department Thursday, October 12th joined Green Bay Packers’ legend and Packers’ Hall of Famer LeRoy Butler to make sure homes in Milwaukee are equipped with working smoke detectors. “I always wanted to play in the NFL, but if I didn’t, I wanted to be a fireman,” Butler said. The gear vital to their mission Thursday? Smoke detectors. […]

  • Police: Oak Creek teacher, coach accused of inappropriate contact with student; “Students are shocked”

    OAK CREEK — An Oak Creek High School teacher and coach is under investigation for having alleged inappropriate contact with a student, police say. The teacher has not been charged, but has been named by Oak Creek’s superintendent in a letter sent home to parents. According to Oak Creek’s superintendent, 39-year-old Michael Jossie has been placed on administrative leave. Jossie is listed as a teacher and basketball coach in a school directory. In the letter sent home to parents, Superintendent […]

  • Construction key to entertainment district at new Bucks arena will begin soon; “Plaza will be dynamic”

    MILWAUKEE — Officials are on the verge of making a major announcement regarding the Milwaukee Bucks entertainment district adjacent to the new Milwaukee Bucks arena going up in downtown Milwaukee. The public isn’t just closely following the construction of the $500 million arena. They’re also eager to hear updates on the proposed live entertainment district surrounding it. “What we are doing on the plaza, and when you look back at this arena, it is engaging,” said Blair Williams, hired by the […]

  • Marquette University helps Foxconn fill its “talent pipeline” with job fair

    MILWAUKEE — Now that Foxconn is coming to Wisconsin, the Taiwanese electronics company is looking to hire thousands of people. In order to collect billions of dollars in tax incentives, the flat panel screen manufacturer will need to deliver a lot of jobs — in the neighborhood of 13,000. “We really feel like this is the beginning of helping Foxconn fill their talent pipeline,” said Brian Dorrington, Marquette University spokesperson. College freshman Fhernam Batiz studies mechanical engineering. He was caught […]

  • “Crime really drops:” After success in Mount Pleasant, Racine, alderman wants to open COP House in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE — A program to reduce crime and improve relationships between police and residents has worked so well in Mount Pleasant and Racine, a Milwaukee alderman wants to open a so-called COP House in Milwaukee. On S. Mead Street, about a football’s throw from Racine city limits, Officer James Kelley and Officer Frank Jaramillo have to be some of the friendliest neighbors on the block. “Building relationships is a big part of it — building trust with the residents in […]