Dense Fog Advisory extended for northern counties until noon Sunday

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 and running our social media pages including Facebook and Twitter.

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    Green Bay Packers flight to Atlanta delayed due to fog

    MILWAUKEE — FOX6 News has learned the Green Bay Packers flight to Atlanta, Georgia has been delayed due to fog Saturday evening, January 21st. The team is headed to Atlanta to take on the Falcons in the NFC Championship Sunday. Sources tell us the team’s charter flight headed inbound to Green Bay was unable to land due to fog. The plane was diverted to General Mitchell International in Milwaukee. The team is making the trip down from Green Bay to […]

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    Milwaukee FD: Officials respond to 3-alarm fire near 14th and Center

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee officials responded to a three-alarm fire at a furniture store near 14th and Center Friday evening, January 20th. The call to officials came in just before 9:15 p.m. No word on injuries at this time. PHOTO GALLERY No other details have been released. Monitor FOX6 News and for updates on this developing story.

  • Possible human remains found on lot in Wauwatosa courtesy: PEA Builders

    “Quite a mystery:” Possible human remains found on construction site in Wauwatosa

    WAUWATOSA — A boneyard mystery at a construction site in Wauwatosa. Police believe crews uncovered what they believe may be human remains. Crews are building a house from the ground up near Underwood and Milwaukee Avenues. A hole was already dug and the concrete workers were there on Friday, January 20th, to start pouring. That came to a halt when someone found what looks an awful lot like a skull. As the Wauwatosa police and Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) took […]

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    Longtime director, beloved WITI employee Bill Howe passes away

    GRAFTON — With a heavy heart, FOX6 News is sad to announce the passing of William (Bill) Howe, a beloved former employee of WITI. He was 73. Starting in 1979, Howe was a member of WITI’s Creative Services Department. He handled commercial production and directed much of our special programming including parades and telethons before retiring in 2005. Howe is also known as the voice of Otto’s Wine & Spirits. A funeral was held for Howe Thursday, January 19th, at Eernisse Funeral […]

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    Wausau home decked out in green and gold to honor Packers

    WAUSAU, WI — A woman from Wausau, Wisconsin, is proving she’s a true cheesehead. Just look at her house! You’ll find everything green and gold on Shirley Murkowski’s home on Wausau’s east side. Shirley and her husband, Erv, bought the home 48 years ago but it’s only been Green Bay Packers themed for about 15. PHOTO GALLERY It started with the siding and a fence, then came the garage and deck with a customized sign reading, “Shirley and Erv’s Haven.” […]

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    Meet ‘Sinbad,’ the cat who’s made an amazing recovery after 5 pounds of matted fur shaved off

    CHICAGO – Meet Sinbad, the abandoned Persian cat who won the internet’s heart with his amazing recovery story after friends at Chicago’s Anti-Cruelty Society shaved off 5 pounds of matted fur. Investigators with the Anti-Cruelty Society received a call from a utility worker about Sinbad, who he saw while working in the basement of a home, according to WGN-TV. “They had the pictures on the camera phone and they said, ‘Elliott, we found you a cat,'” laughed Sinbad’s new owner […]

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    THOUSANDS of red Skittles that spilled onto Dodge County highway were intended to be fed to cows

    DODGE COUNTY — The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office came across something odd in the road Tuesday evening, January 17th — hundreds of thousands of Skittles! This story starts out about Skittles — but ends up being about cows! The well-known candy was spilled all over County Highway S near Blackbird Road. They were discovered shortly before 9:00 p.m. No one knew where the candy came from or where it was going, but county road crews said the Skittles spill was […]

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    “Really popular:” Packers winning streak boosts Brew City Brand Apparel’s T-shirt sales

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee-area businesses are getting a boost thanks to the Green Bay Packers playoff success, including Brew City Brand Apparel — where they’re printing T-shirts non-stop! This season, there certainly are plenty of ideas for what to put on the shirts. One of the new shirts says: “Run the Table.” Another says: “Hail Yeah!” A co-owner said the ideas usually don’t come until after the big games, but that’s part of the reason they work so well. PHOTO GALLERY “They’re really popular […]

  • Homicide at gas station near 26th & Lisbon

    Milwaukee police LOCATE witness in BP gas station homicide

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police told FOX6 News on Monday, January 16th, they have identified the person they believe was a witness to the murder of a BP gas station employee near 26th and Lisbon on Thursday, January 5th. The gas station employee, identified as Harjinder Singh, was 34 years old, and died from injuries suffered during a struggle with a shoplifting suspect. Police confirmed the weapon that ended his life was a baseball bat. According to police, the witness was present at […]

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    “Inexperience and unfamiliarity:” 2 vehicles fall through ice in separate incidents in Dodge County

    DODGE COUNTY — Dodge County authorities responded to two separate incidents involving vehicles breaking through the ice on two different county lakes Sunday, January 15th. The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office says around 5:45 p.m., a car broke through the ice on Lake Sinissippi located near Hustisford. Both occupants from Washington County, a 20-year-old driver and his 18-year-old passenger, were able to escape the vehicle and walk to shore where a family allowed them in their home until help arrived. Neither […]

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    Milwaukee’s iconic Glorioso’s Italian Market is expanding

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee’s iconic Glorioso’s Italian Market is expanding. The family owned business announced Monday, January 16th, the original Brady Street location will be developed into a multi-space where people can come together to celebrate. The renovation will include space for hands-on cooking classes, demonstrations, expanded kitchens for increased catering and food production, and an event space to support the numerous food and beverage opportunities. Both the design of the interior and renovation of the exterior was created by Mehmert […]

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    Washington County sheriff’s deputy helps lost and “sneaky” beagle find owner

    WASHINGTON COUNTY — A deputy with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office is to thank for helping reunite a lost beagle with its owner. According to the sheriff’s office, someone called in for a report of a dog running around their property on Sherman Road near Glen Brooke Road in the Village of Jackson, shortly before 2:00 p.m. Sunday, January 15th. The caller indicated the beagle was last seen Sunday morning and possibly came from a barn located on the property. When […]