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I’m thrilled to be working in Wisconsin’s largest city! I joined the FOX6 news team as a reporter in June 2016.

Milwaukee is just a short 1.5 hours from home for me. I was born and raised in Madison, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a double major in journalism and gender and women’s studies.

Before coming to Milwaukee, I reported at TV stations in Wausau, Madison and as far away as Wichita, Kan. Some of the most memorable stories I’ve covered so far in my career include a mass shooting at Excel Industries in Hesston, Kan., the first-ever child sex trafficking case prosecuted in Marathon County, Wis. and the recall election of Gov. Scott Walker.

When I’m not chasing down the big story of the day, I’m likely playing with my two dogs: Raleigh, a chihuahua, and Juneau, a Siberian husky. They’re quite the duo! I’m also passionate about women’s issues and am an activist for survivors of domestic violence.

I enjoy covering viewers’ compelling stories most. If you have a story idea or just want to say “hi,” feel free to email me.


Recent Articles
  • “They said he’s real lucky:” Once in a coma, victim of hit-and-run crash released from hospital

    MILWAUKEE — A ten-year-old Milwaukee boy is released from the hospital after a hit-and-run crash put him in a coma. FOX6 News spoke exclusively with the child and his father on Thursday evening, September 21st. Clayshon Beamon is one of four people who was hurt in a crash near Fond du Lac and Armitage in Milwaukee. He spent the past month at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin making a miraculous recovery — and finally coming home Wednesday. CJ, Clayshon’s father, told […]

  • Manhunt underway for armed robbery suspect who escaped Brookfield Aldi store

    BROOKFIELD — Brookfield police are seeking a suspect who escaped an Aldi store after an armed robbery in Brookfield Saturday night, September 16th. According to police, around 8:00 p.m., they were called out to Aldi on Bluemound near Janacek for a report of an armed robbery, possibly in progress. Officers arrived within two minutes and observed through the windows a male suspect with a gun. Police said the suspect “appeared to be directing employees.” Two employees were able to escape […]

  • “Deliberate nastiness:” Wisconsin Senate discusses opposing views on state budget bill

    MADISON — The republican majority needs 17 votes out of their 20 senators to approve the $76-billion spending plan that was due on back on July 1st. As of Friday morning, September 15th, they were one short. But Senator Luther Olsen said there are now 19 people on board. Meanwhile, Democrats remain vocal in their opposition to the bill. On Friday afternoon, Senate Democrats took turns offering several amendments to the state budget. Arguing that in its current form, the […]

  • Slenderman trial: Lawyers attempt to show jury Anissa Weier was delusional

    WAUKESHA — A Waukesha County jury learned on Wednesday, September 13th about the first interviews after the vicious stabbing of a 12-year-old girl. This, in the so-called Slenderman trial of Anissa Weier. Weier’s lawyers are trying to show the jury that Weier was delusional when she was involved in the stabbing of a classmate — stabbed 19 times three years ago for Slenderman. The jury on Wednesday watched parts of Weier’s confession video, where it was Weier who told Morgan […]

  • Card box stolen from wedding couple in Newburg; may be connected to similar incident in Mayville

    WASHINGTON COUNTY — Another wedding card box — stolen in SE Wisconsin. This time, thieves targeted a Washington County couple over the past weekend. The bride and groom believe the theft is connected to a similar incident in Mayville, in Dodge County. Newburg newlyweds, Jenny and Lance Rohan, took all of the necessary precautions at their September 9th nuptials, after hearing wedding night horror stories of gift card boxes going missing. “Which is why we ended up going with such […]

  • “It’s just frightening:” Former Wisconsin woman waiting out Hurricane Irma in Florida

    MILWAUKEE — While millions of people who live along the Florida coast have been ordered to evacuate as Hurricane Irma rotates closer, those further inland are staying put. One Florida resident from southeastern Wisconsin is preparing for the disaster ahead. Outside Karole Gundersen-Scott’s house in Coco, Florida, windows are boarded up. “We did that with plywood, and we bought a generator,” said Karole. Inside, patio furniture now covers Karole’s living room couch. “Better a mess in the house than outside, […]

  • 2 now charged with abuse of 9-year-old child who was locked up in dog cage

    RACINE — Two people are now criminally charged in connection with the alleged abuse of a nine-year-old child in Racine County. The accused are 46-year-old Gail Lalonde and 48-year-old Dale Deavers. They are currently being held at the Racine County Jail. Lalonde and Deavers each face the following criminal charges: Mental harm to child False imprisonment Manufacture/deliver THC Maintaining a drug trafficking place According to the criminal complaint, a school counselor reported to a deputy on September 6th that a “student told […]

  • “It’s crazy:” Man accused in hit-and-run that left 10-year-old in coma pleads not guilty

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee man charged in a hit-and-run that put a 10-year-old in a coma, was in court on Thursday, September 7th for his preliminary hearing. Family members of Clashon Beamon said Thursday the 10-year-old had woken from the two-week-long coma. “Now he’s talking and trying to walk a little bit,” said CJ, the boy’s father. The boy’s father said his son is in therapy at Children’s Hospital and working hard to regain muscle memory after surgeons removed a […]

  • “She wasn’t feeling good:” Family looking for answers after woman dies in Milwaukee police custody

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police say a woman died while in their custody Friday, September 1st. The family of the woman who died says the 32-year-old leaves behind two children. Around 12 hours after she was taken into custody at the District 6 building, the woman died in her cell. Family and friends identify her as Ashley Retzer. “Our daughter… she’s taking it hard. She tries to shut herself away and we just encourage her to be with the rest of […]

  • Do you have an emergency plan? Would you know what to grab at a moment’s notice?

    MILWAUKEE — Many of the Harvey victims in Texas whose homes have flooded had just a few hours’ warning to pack up and get to safety, which begs the question: Would you know what to drab if you were forced to evacuate at a moment’s notice? The Milwaukee Fire Department encourages families to have an emergency survival kit at home that you can grab in a split second if you’re forced from your home. Amid the heartbreaking images that have come […]

  • Wisconsin Red Cross volunteers travel to Texas for storm relief: “Going to be down there for a while”

    MILWAUKEE — As Tropical Storm Harvey continues to take its toll on the Texas coast, people from all over the country are descending on the state to help with relief. Red Cross Wisconsin is playing a key role in the efforts. 34 Red Cross volunteers from all across Wisconsin are either already in Texas, on their way or taking off Sunday. They’re part of the first wave of people who will be down there for two to three weeks. From […]

  • “The baby wasn’t breathing:” Death of infant girl investigated as a homicide

    MILWAUKEE — Two women are in custody in connection with the death of a seven-week-old girl on Milwaukee’s northwest side. Police are investigating the case as a homicide. Police say the baby suffered blunt force trauma to her body. Her grandmother said she was at daycare when she died. Just an hour before she was supposed to pick up her granddaughter from daycare, Sherry Green received a frantic call from her daughter. “And she said the baby wasn’t breathing,” Green […]