Coverage of the Great American Solar Eclipse ☀️ set to occur Monday, August 21st

I joined the FOX6 News team as a web producer in August 2014.

Born and raised in Wausau, I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in communications with a double emphasis in public relations and electronic media from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in 2012. “Go Pack Go!”

Before coming to Milwaukee, I worked my way from a production assistant to audio operator at WFRV-TV Channel 5, to video editor and writer at FOX11-WLUK in Green Bay.

My job duties at FOX6 News include producing and posting interactive content to FOX6Now.com and running our social media pages including Facebook and Twitter.

In my spare time, you can catch me riding my bicycle, attending local music shows, crafting, or perhaps devouring a giant pretzel at one of Milwaukee’s awesome beer gardens!

I am very passionate about my job and am truly proud to be the person who brings you your news via FOX6Now.com.


Recent Articles
  • Silver Alert: Search is on to find 86-year-old Greenfield man last seen on MCTS bus

    MILWAUKEE — A Silver Alert has been issued for a missing Greenfield man. 86-year-old Edward Zarecki was last seen on a Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) bus in the area of Sherman and Lisbon around noon on Thursday, August 17th. Authorities say Zarecki has medical conditions for which he takes medication but has not taken that medication in about a week. He left his residence on foot but then was observed on the bus. It is unknown where he may […]

  • USS Fitzgerald’s leadership to be removed from their duties over June collision

    The commanding officer, executive officer and senior non-commissioned officer of the USS Fitzgerald are due to be removed from their duties for cause amid the fallout surrounding the deadly collision between the USS Fitzgerald and a cargo ship off the coast of Japan on June 17. “They will be detached from the ship for cause, which is, we’ve lost trust and confidence in their ability to lead in those positions and they will not return to the ship,” Vice Chief […]

  • Bricklaying competition comes to New Berlin; winners lay 488 bricks in 1 hour

    NEW BERLIN — Masons from across Wisconsin put their skills to the test in a bricklaying competition on Thursday, August 17th. Bricklayers and masons competed in New Berlin, building a finished quality wall with as many bricks as possible in one hour. PHOTO GALLERY The winners were Jake Brock (mason) and Nick Miller (tender) of Brock Construction. They laid 488 bricks in one hour. They now advance to the world championship competition in Las Vegas. At the world championship, the […]

  • Solar eclipse glasses given out by UWM are not safe

    MILWAUKEE — Solar eclipse glasses distributed by University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee students are now believed to be fake. UWM released a statement Thursday, August 17th, and officials said it’s believed the safety certificate provided by the supplier was fake — and the glasses should not be used during the Total Solar Eclipse Monday, August 21st. According to a news release from UWM, graduate students and postdoctoral researchers who provide monthly science talks for the public bought the glasses from New York-based “Everything […]

  • Found safe! Lost dachshund named “Tiny” located after getting loose in Saukville

    SAUKVILLE — A happy ending for “Tiny” — a three-year-old long-haired miniature dachshund that went missing Wednesday, August 16th. Tiny was featured on FOX6’s WakeUp earlier in the day. According to the Wisconsin Humane Society, Tiny was out on a walk with a volunteer and got loose as the volunteer was switching the leash from one hand to the other. Tiny still had his leash and collar on when he got loose. Thankfully, Tiny was found a short time later at […]

  • Racine officials looking for leads after 4-door Chrysler sedan found fully engulfed in flames

    RACINE — A 1990 four-door Chrysler sedan was found fully engulfed in flames early Wednesday morning, August 16th in Racine. It happened on Horlick Drive between 12th Street and Kinzie Avenue. The Racine Fire Department was dispatched to the scene just before 2:00 a.m. Authorities say the fire was quickly extinguished. However, the driver of the car could not be located. Anyone with information about this fire is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 262-636-9330. The estimated cost of the […]

  • Fawn rescued from drowning in family’s water fountain in Waukesha County

    WAUKESHA COUNTY — A baby deer was rescued after it fell into a family’s water fountain in the Village of Chenequa, Waukesha County. It happened Monday, August 14th. The Wildlife In Need Center (WINC), located in Oconomowoc, says the fountain was deep enough that the fawn was unable to climb out on its own. Thankfully, a police officer came to the rescue “nearly minutes before it drowned.” The WINC was called to help and asses the fawn’s condition. They say […]

  • Harlem Globetrotters return to BMO Harris Bradley Center for the last time

    MILWAUKEE — The Harlem Globetrotters will bring their one-of-a-kind show to Milwaukee’s BMO Harris Bradley Center for the final time this New Year’s Eve. As part of their 2018 World Tour, the event will take place on Sunday, December 31st at 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. According to a news release from the BMO Harris Bradley Center, the Harlem Globetrotters recently wrapped their 2017 season, during which they used their awe-inspiring talents to conquer feats like breaking nine Guinness World Records […]

  • Learn more about Monday’s solar eclipse at the Cudahy Public Library

    CUDAHY — Learn all you need to know about the solar eclipse ahead of the stellar event. Tuesday, August 15th the staff of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Manfred Olson Planetarium will give a free talk on solar eclipses at 6:30 p.m. Those in attendance will learn about the rare astronomical phenomenon before the partial eclipse will be visible in Wisconsin on Monday, August 21st. The talk begins at 6:30 p.m Tuesday, August 15th at the Cudahy Public Library located at […]

  • “Shook my heart for the day:” MCTS driver helps kids who ran into traffic

    MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) driver is being praised for his quick actions while on the job. According to MCTS, driver Luther Williamson was traveling his bus route when three children raced into the street in front of his bus. Luther quickly stopped, pulled over, got off the bus and helped the children cross the street safely. The video shows Luther get back on the bus after helping the children cross the street and continue on his […]

  • Children ages 3 and 7 killed, 4 others seriously in 2-vehicle crash in Dodge County

    DODGE COUNTY — Two children died and four others were seriously hurt following a two-vehicle crash that happened on State Highway 16/60 in Dodge County Saturday, August 12th. Authorities say the crash happened on County Trunk Highway TT, in the Township of Elba shortly after 9:30 a.m. According to the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office, a 41-year-old man operating a Dodge Grand Caravan, was traveling northbound on County Trunk TT with four additional occupants — including a 36-year-old old woman and three children ages […]

  • Update: Man in custody after boating accident kills woman

    WAUKESHA COUNTY — A 61-year-old woman is dead after police say a boating accident involving a drunk driver happened on Nagawicka Lake Friday evening, August 11th. According to the City of Delafield police, members of the Lake Country Fire and Rescue responded to the boating accident shortly before 6:00 p.m. Police say two boats were involved in the accident. A 61-year-old Hartland woman, identified as Jill Ladwig, was transported to Aurora Summit Hospital in critical condition. She later died as […]