Kaitlin Sharkey is excited to be a part of the Fox 6 sports team! She joined the department in March 2017.

Before coming to Milwaukee, Kaitlin worked as a Sports Anchor/Reporter at WBAY in Green Bay, WI, covering everything Green Bay Packers.

She began her sports career at the CBS affiliate WSAW in Wausau, WI prior to her time in Green Bay.

Kaitlin is a born and bred Sconnie! She was born in Milwaukee, raised in the awesome small town of Theresa and attended Lomira High School.

After graduating in 2009, she returned to Milwaukee to study Journalism at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Go Panthers!

Returning to Milwaukee to cover sports has always been a dream of Kaitlin’s and she’s grateful for an opportunity to return to a city she’s always considered “home.”

Outside of work, Kaitlin enjoys spending time with her family & friends, traveling, and of course, attending/watching sporting events.

Follow her on Twitter: @KRoseSharkey
Facebook: @KaitlinSharkeyTV
Instagram: @krosesharkey

Have a story idea? Email Kaitlin at kaitlin.sharkey@fox6now.com

Recent Articles
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    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Bucks continue their playoff push Monday night, April 24th — hoping to rebound after a poor performance in Game 4, but they’ll have to do so on the road, as the series heads back to Toronto. With the series all tied at 2-2, it’s now a best of three between the Bucks and Raptors, kicking off at 6:00 p.m. at the Air Canada Centre. The Bucks are coming off of what they called their worst game […]

  • SAE Baja Racing: MU students design their own race car, go through “entire engineering process”

    There’s studying, and then there’s watching your work hit the race track, and that’s just the case for a group of students at Marquette University. Inside the engineering building at Marquette, a group of students are bringing their studies to life. “This is part of a collegiate design series. There’s an international organization that’s called Society of Automotive Engineers and we compete against schools doing this exact same thing from all over the world,” Eric Robinson, senior studying mechanical engineering […]

  • “Much more than a golf movie:” Kenosha man creates feature film inspired by book

    KENOSHA – It all starts with an idea, and for one Wisconsin filmmaker, one trip led to spotlighting a special father-son duo who helped usher in the modern game of golf. It was back in 2010, that Kenosha businessman Jim Kreutzer took a trip that put him back into the world of filmmaking. “I took a friend who had been recently diagnosed with ALS. I said we’re going to Scotland, we’re going take this bucket-list trip in St. Andrews,” said […]

  • “Unique opportunity:” Pettit Center to host Olympic speedskating trials for 1st time since 1998

    MILWAUKEE — For the first time in a long time, Olympic speedskating hopefuls will compete for a spot on the U.S. Speedskating national team, and in order to fulfill that dream, they will have to make it through a special event this winter in Milwaukee. In April in Milwaukee, some were already preparing for the 2018 Winter Olympics. “Being in the Olympic movement, you’re thinking four years. You’re always thinking four years and you have that goal at the end […]

  • “Keeps the team loose:” Brewers minor leaguer having a lot of fun creating videos for social media

    MILWAUKEE — By now, most Milwaukee Brewers fans know about the funny videos that minor leaguer Tim Dillard creates for social media, but during spring training, the relief pitcher really stepped up his game — and he got a lot of help from his friends. For a few years now, Brewers fans and anyone following Dillard on Twitter know about his videos, but this spring, he has stepped up his game on social media — giving fans a fun look […]

  • Marquette Army ROTC women’s basketball team CHAMPIONS in annual Flyin’ Irish Tournament

    MILWAUKEE — It was a big year for both the Marquette University men’s and women’s basketball teams, but they weren’t the only ones celebrating a successful season. Another hoops team on campus brought home some special hardware and put the Golden Eagles on the map in the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) community. “I think this team was kind of special right away,” said Captain Michael Imdieke, head coach. The Marquette Army ROTC women’s basketball team lived up their coaches’ expectations […]

  • “It’s beyond the game:” Midnight Basketball League offers opportunity, resources for youth

    MILWAUKEE — A late-night basketball league is something that’s been done before in Milwaukee, but now, a new and improved league is aimed at helping young men in the community, both on and off the hardwood. If you come to Bradley Tech High School on Wednesday and Saturday nights, you’ll find some highlight worthy basketball, but the young men taking part do more than just score and play defense. “Not only are we playing basketball, but were also improving the […]

  • “Have the heart and passion:” Thumper’s Den Wrestling Academy helping make dreams a reality

    MEQUON — The WWE has made several stops in the state of Wisconsin this year, and for those who’ve ever dreamed of joining the wrestling world, one local academy is hoping to help a dream become reality. Step inside the ring at Thumper’s Den Wrestling Academy, and and you may not know what’s coming next. It’s there that 17 men and women spend their nights learning the ins and outs of professional wrestling. “I want to pass my knowledge down […]

  • “Good fun:” ‘Moesch Madness’ videos created by Badgers’ Aaron Moesch, Matt Ferris getting lots of play online

    MADISON — There’s plenty of focus and preparation as the Wisconsin Badgers continue their NCAA Tournament run, but there is still plenty of fun involved. Two members of the Badgers hoops team, Matt Ferris and Aaron Moesch have given fans an inside look at the Badgers off the court, with some added flair. “It started last year, and I think Patrick, our media guy came to us and said ‘hey you guys, what do you think about doing some funny […]

  • March Madness: Badgers play Virginia Tech Thursday, Marquette plays South Carolina Friday

    MILWAUKEE — The Wisconsin Badgers and Marquette University Golden Eagles on Wednesday, March 15th were gearing up for the big dance — both teams getting ready for their first-round NCAA Tournament games. The No. 8 seed Wisconsin Badgers will face No. 9 Virginia Tech on Thursday, March 16th in Buffalo, New York at 8:40 p.m. The No. 10 Marquette University Golden Eagles will face No. 7 South Carolina on Friday, March 17th in Greenville, South Carolina at 8:50 p.m. Whether you’ve […]

  • Beyond the Milwaukee Bucks court, women are paving the way into the business of sports

    MILWAUKEE — For years the sports industry was a male dominated industry, but that’s not the case for the Milwaukee Bucks. There are plenty of talented women leading the way for the team, and possibly more coming soon. While the Bucks players and coaches are the most visible representatives of the team, there are hundreds of others who work for the Bucks away from the court, and many of them are women. “One thing that we are fortunate about with the […]