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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.


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  • Suspicious packages found at Whitewater High School

    Suspicious packages found at Whitewater H.S. deemed non-threatening; class to resume Tuesday

    WHITEWATER — Whitewater High School was evacuated Monday morning, February 27th after two suspicious packages were found outside.The building was placed on lockdown for several hours while officials investigated. The packages were found shortly before 8:00 a.m. at the school’s tennis courts. “There’s a walking path near the tennis court and so it was reported by a community member,” said Mark Elworthy, Whitewater Unified Schools district administrator. Students were immediately moved to the school auditorium, and then moved off campus […]

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    MPS enacts new district-wide uniform policy “to help mitigate the effects of poverty”

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Public Schools students will soon have to ditch their jeans and name-brand shirts. The school board voted Thursday evening, February 23rd to implement a district-wide dress code that requires students to wear uniforms beginning this fall. A total of 51 schools in the district already require students to wear uniforms to class. Now the remaining schools will do the same, but this new policy does allow for some flexibility to make the process as easy as possible […]

  • Fatal crash on Greenfield Avenue near 98th Street in West Allis

    “Sounded like an explosion:” Menomonee Falls man killed in crash; alcohol found in striking vehicle

    WEST ALLIS — A 50-year-old man from Menomonee Falls was killed in a crash early Thursday morning, February 23rd in West Allis. Two others were hurt. It happened on Greenfield Avenue near 98th Street around 1:15 a.m. The Milwaukee County medical examiner identified the victim as Thomas Jorgenson. He died as a result of multiple blunt force injuries. The medical examiner’s report says Jorgenson was the driver of a vehicle that was struck by another vehicle that was traveling at […]

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    LULAC, community representatives raise issue with Pres. Trump’s executive order on immigration

    MILWAUKEE — The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and community representatives gathered at Milwaukee’s City Hall on Wednesday morning, February 22nd to address what they call serious issues with President Donald Trump’s most recent executive order on immigration. The community activists called on President Trump to abandon his executive order that aims to increase border security and the number of undocumented immigrants deported. “These executive orders are sweeping, reckless and cruel. They have no regard for the impact that it […]

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    “Somebody knows who this is:” Reebok sweatshirt, other clues may help ID remains found in Kenosha Co.

    KENOSHA COUNTY — A sweatshirt and gas station rewards card may help Kenosha County authorities identify human remains found last December in the Village of Somers. It was along the wooded shoreline of Lake Michigan at 10th and Sheridan, where out-of-state visitors spotted a partial human skeleton in the water. Officials believe the body had been there for months, if not over a year — leaving them with little clues about an age, race or sex of the person as […]

  • Jewish Community Center safely evacuated

    Bomb threat phoned into Jewish Community Center, building was “safely evacuated”

    WHITEFISH BAY — A bomb threat was called into the Jewish Community Center in Whitefish Bay Monday morning, February 20th. This was one of several incidents involving Jewish Community Centers nationwide on Monday. Other threats and evacuations happened in St. Paul Minnesota, Birmingham, Alabama, Buffalo and Amherst, New York, Albuquerque, New Mexico and Houston, Texas. The Jewish Community Ctr. in Highland Park was evacuated due to a bomb threat. Students moved to nearby fire station while building cleared. — St. Paul […]

  • Kendall Marinier and Keslear Davis

    “Hold people accountable:” Milw. County DA’s Office sees uptick in cases related to heroin deaths

    MILWAUKEE — The increase in heroin-related deaths is keeping the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office busy as prosecutors go after victims’ alleged dealers. The Len Bias Law refers to the basketball star in the 80s, who died of a cocaine overdose. His supplier was ultimately held responsible for his death. While charges under the law are somewhat rare, prosecutors are seeing an increase in cases where it applies. 18-year-old Kendall Marinier and 20-year-old Keslear Davis each face one count of […]

  • Bridge over Lincoln Creek at Hampton Avenue

    New report shows more than 1,200 Wisconsin bridges are in need of repair

    BROWN DEER — A new report finds more than 1,200 bridges across the state are in bad condition — many of them are right here in south-central Wisconsin. The bridge at Green Bay and Brown Deer Roads is one of 14,000 total bridges in Wisconsin listed in the report that is in need of repair or replacement. The state has one of the highest percentage of these deteriorating bridges in the country. Each day, 21,000 vehicles cross the bridge at Green Bay […]

  • Milwaukee Revolutionary Black Panther Party

    Milwaukee Revolutionary Black Panther Party threatens $400M lawsuit against city, MPD

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Revolutionary Black Panther Party claims it will sue the city and the Milwaukee Police Department for $400 million. The group’s leaders allege Milwaukee police officers have violated members’ constitutional and civil rights. Party leaders have not filed the lawsuit at this point. They said they’re currently consulting with multiple attorneys and gathering information about all of the incidents. They claim law enforcement has ticketed, detained and assaulted members without cause. “You have no right to commit these […]

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    “Traditional clothes, sometimes they distract:” Committee votes to send uniform proposal to full MPS board

    MILWAUKEE — The dress code in Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) could soon be changing. An MPS Board of School Directors committee on Tuesday evening, February 14th voted to send a plan to implement uniforms for ALL students to the FULL Milwaukee Public Schools Board of School Directors without making a recommendation. The reason there was no recommendation in support of or against the proposal is because the committee said there was confusion over the proposal. One version was given out at the […]

  • Jasen Randhawa

    Jasen Randhawa pleads guilty to 4 charges in fatal crash; “Something my client thinks about every day”

    MILWAUKEE — 23-year-old Jasen Randhawa pleaded guilty on Monday, February 13th to four felony charges in connection with a fatal crash near 2nd and Clybourn that happened on October 23rd. Eight other charges were dismissed and read into the court record. Randhawa pleaded guilty to three counts of second-degree reckless homicide and one count of second degree reckless injury. The counts that were dismissed include hit-and-run involving death and knowingly operate while revoked. Three women from Illinois were killed in the October […]

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    “It caused a lot of concern:” Fingerprints found on soda bombs in Kayla’s Playground case; 4 arrested

    FRANKLIN — Nearly a year-and-a-half after explosive bottles were left at a park in Franklin, police have finally made arrests. Police said they were waiting this whole time on key evidence to come back from the State Crime Lab. Now, four suspects have been charged in the case. A Franklin man is facing a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge, and his three friends were given municipal citations — after Franklin police said they planted the so-called “soda bombs” in the woods […]