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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
  • Alexandria Rodgers

    Wanted for human trafficking: Marshals turn up heat on Alexandria Rodgers

    MILWAUKEE — U.S. Marshals are looking for 39-year-old Alexandria Rodgers. Rodgers is wanted for Human Trafficking.  She is accused of shuttling minors and adults across state lines for the purpose of prostitution. U.S. Marshals say her last known address was near 42nd and Silver Spring in Milwaukee.  She has family near the area of N. 54th and W. Custer. Agents say Rodgers likely hiding out on Milwaukee’s north side. It’s believed Rodgers has been cutting off contact with families members in her attempts […]

  • Salvation Army "Feed the Kids" program kickoff

    Something new this year as volunteers help kick off Salvation Army’s “Feed the Kids” program

    MILWAUKEE — The Salvation Army of Milwaukee County feeds thousands of children in the city every day. On Monday, June 20th, the Salvation Army kicked off it’s “Feed The Kids” program — and volunteers packed thousands of lunches for children to enjoy this summer. “It takes some coordination,” a volunteer said. “It takes a partnership. We can’t do this on our own,” Major Dan Jennings with the Salvation Army said. “They make it a competition. So each table goes, ‘ready, set, […]

  • Ujamaa-Nia Museum

    Traveling museum highlighting creations of African-American inventors on display on “Juneteenth Day”

    MILWAUKEE — No other American city has celebrated “Juneteenth Day” longer than Milwaukee. “Juneteenth” or “Freedom Day” commemorates when the last slaves were told about the Emancipation Proclamation. Milwaukee’s Harambee neighborhood hosted the celebration Sunday, June 19th. According to Juneteenth.com, Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States.  Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19th that the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war […]

  • Bucks arena groundbreaking

    “Our legacy:” Milwaukee Bucks break ground on $500 million arena

    MILWAUKEE — It is a historic day for Milwaukee as the Bucks break ground on a new arena. The team hosted a ceremony and block party on Saturday, June 18th at the site of the new $500 million complex. Balancing old with the new is no easy task. But with the aging Bradley Center as a backdrop and construction equipment sitting idle, the Bucks are digging in and giving thanks. “Senator Herb Kohl stool up and heeded call to keep […]

  • Mitchell Dlapa

    He could have saved his girlfriend’s life; U.S. Marshals now search for Mitchell Dlapa

    MILWAUKEE — U.S. Marshals are looking for 28-year-old Mitchell Dlapa. Dlapa is charged with first-degree reckless homicide.  Agents say Dlapa injected himself and his girlfriend with heroin in November 2014.  21-year-old Clarissa Krauss overdosed from the drug and Dlapa was eventually charged by the Waukesha County District Attorney. Agents say Dlapa has ties to Milwaukee and Racine. Dlapa is 5’11” and weighs 170 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes. But investigators say he may have cut his hair to alter his appearance. […]

  • Shundale Joshua Jr.

    Captured: Shundale Joshua Jr., convicted felon facing at least 120 years in prison

    MILWAUKEE — U.S. Marshals are looking for 27-year-old Shundale Joshua Jr. Joshua Jr. is wanted for three counts of armed robbery. U.S. Marshals say Joshua Jr. has a long history of violent crimes.  Agents say on January 14th the fugitive held up a business on W. Fond du Lac Avenue.  Witnesses say Joshua Jr. and another man ordered patrons at gunpoint to empty their pockets. Shundale Joshua Jr.  is 5’8″ and weighs 150 pounds.  He is a known member of the “Uptown 4 […]

  • Bryant Veasley

    Captured: “He cut off his tracking device:” U.S. Marshals seek convicted sex offender, Bryant Veasley

    MILWAUKEE — U.S. Marshals need your help catching a predator, 50-year-old Bryant Veasley. Veasley is wanted for numerous parole violations.  Veasley was released from prison last October for a 2007 sexual assault of a teenage girl.  Agents say in February 2016, Veasley cut off his ankle tracking device and has not been seen by authorities since.  He’s believed to be somewhere on Milwaukee’s north side. The felon has a history of abuse, drug and gun charges. If you have any […]

  • Safety message on Facebook

    “They are safe:” Social media proves invaluable in wake of Orlando mass shooting

    MILWAUKEE — One of the most difficult realities in the hours following Sunday’s mass shooting in Orlando has been the wait for family members until they find out if a loved one is OK. But for thousands of people, good news came in the form of notifications from Facebook. On Sunday, June 12th, Milwaukee resident Creighton Schwark was spending the morning monitoring his phone for good news. “I’ve been getting a lot of Facebook messages. These people are safe that […]

  • Milwaukee Pride Parade

    “I have no words:” Hearts heavy after shooting in Orlando as Pride Parade steps off in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Pride Parade stepped off at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 12th — about 12 hours after a gunman opened fire at the popular Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida. At least 50 people were killed, and 53 others were hurt. Milwaukee was one of many cities across the country that hosted gay pride events this weekend. Some in Milwaukee were just learning of the worst mass shooting in United States history as they made their way to the parade […]

  • Deja Evans

    “It’s an honor:” 18-year-old Milwaukee woman makes history enlisting in Army Airborne Infantry

    MILWAUKEE — She’s just 18 years old and already making history. A recent graduate of Ronald Reagan High School has enlisted in the Army and landed a job previously unavailable to female soldiers. Surrounded by people who keep her grounded, Deja Evans has decided she wants to fly. “I was able to narrow it down to Marines and Army. So I picked Army,” said Evans. Evans, a 2016 graduate, has enlisted in the Army Airborne Infantry — becoming only the […]

  • Jose Alanis

    He betrayed their trust: U.S. Marshals say Jose Alanis assaulted children of family friends

    MILWAUKEE — U.S. Marshals are looking for 63-year-old Jose Alanis.  The fugitive is wanted for four counts of First Degree Sexual Assault of a Child (under 13 years) Marshals say Alanis had no previous record with Milwaukee Police but is accused of assaulting several children his wife was babysitting in their south side home.  Agents say not only has Alanis fallen off the radar, his wife can no longer be found.  Marshals say it is possible they are on the run together. Alanis […]

  • Brewers build

    “Phenomenal job:” Brewers put down the bats and pick up hammers to help Habitat for Humanity

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Brewers helped kick off the summer construction season during a build with Habitat for Humanity on Friday, June 10th. This is the 10th year the ball club has teamed up with the non-profit home builder. Like any American ballpark, you can hear the usual chants of teamwork. “I grew up in Texas. We always knew how to run a hammer, that’s for sure, said Chase Anderson, Milwaukee Brewers. Friday, it did look different. Still the same […]

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