Complete coverage of Summerfest 2017, the festival’s 50th edition

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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.

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  • Man barricaded inside home with gun near 37th and Kilbourn taken into custody

    MILWAUKEE — A man who police say fired a gunshot during a domestic violence incident and barricaded himself inside a home near 37th and Kilbourn Avenue Friday evening, June 23rd has been taken into custody without incident. Police say students were temporarily held at a nearby elementary school as the situation unfolded. Milwaukee police responded to the scene around 4:15 p.m. Police say negotiators communicated with the suspect in an effort to resolve the situation. Story Elementary School, located near the […]

  • “Cambria has heart:” T-shirts created to support Didion Benefit Fund

    CAMBRIA — A T-shirt benefit fund has been established for the families affected by the Didion Milling explosion. The deadly blast in Cambria happened on Wednesday, May 31st and a total of five people passed away. The victims are 21-year-old Pawel Tordoff, 27-year-old Duelle Block, 46-year-old Angel Reyes, 52-year-old Robert Goodenow, and Carlos Nunez (age unknown). The blast and fire destroyed the corn milling plant in Cambria, a community about 45 miles (72 kilometers) northeast of Madison. Didion Milling employs more […]

  • Balloon release held to honor Jay Anderson 1 year after he was killed by Wauwatosa police

    MILWAUKEE — Friends and family gathered Friday evening, June 23rd for a balloon launch to mark the one-year anniversary of Jay Anderson’s death. Anderson was shot and killed by a Wauwatosa police officer on June 23rd, 2016 in the city’s Madison Park. Officer Joseph Anthony Mensah opened fire after approaching Anderson, who was believed to be asleep. Police say Anderson had a gun. Family members believe he did nothing wrong. There were no witnesses to this shooting, other than Officer Mensah […]

  • 55-year-old SUV driver dies after semi-tractor fails to stop at intersection in Sheboygan Falls

    SHEBOYGAN COUNTY — A 55-year-old man has died after Sheboygan County officials say a semi-tractor driver failed to yield at a stop sign at the intersection of County Road C and County Road TT in the Town of Sheboygan Falls Tuesday morning, June 20th. The Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Office received to the call at 7:15 a.m. Officials say the semi-tractor was southbound on County Road TT and the SUV was traveling westbound on County Road C. The semi-tractor failed to […]

  • Watch: Baby gender revealed while noodling for catfish

    OKLAHOMA — It’s a new kind of baby gender reveal… one we haven’t seen before! In a new video posted to Facebook Sunday, June 18th a couple chose noodling for catfish as an opportunity to announce the gender of their baby. “Noodling” is a fishing technique using only bare hands. Since posted, the video has gone viral with one million views and counting, nearly 2,000 likes and over 8,000 shares. Congratulations! It’s a… you’ll have to watch the video!

  • “The dream of his life:” USGA pays touching tribute to man who passed away at 117th US Open

    ERIN — The United States Golf Association (USGA) is paying tribute to the loving family of the 94-year-old man who passed away at the 117th U.S. Open. The Jacobs family is featured in a touching video posted on the USGA website, sharing more about the Wauwatosa man, Marshall (Chick) Jacobs, who died while attending the tournament. “He watched golf all the time, he was an avid golfer… He had talked about Erin Hills, having the U.S. Open. The only way […]

  • MFD responds to fire on Summerfest grounds

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Fire Department responded to a golf cart that was on fire at the American Family Insurance Amphitheater (previously the Marcus Amphitheater) on the Summerfest grounds Friday afternoon, June 16th. The fire department was called to  the scene shortly after 1:30 p.m. According to a statement from Summerfest officials, crews responded promptly and all security procedures were followed.  The origin of the fire was a golf cart. It was contained quickly and there were no injuries. Monitor […]

  • Abandoned, emaciated pit bull found in Glendale likely has liver cancer

    GLENDALE — The Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission (MADACC) has some sad news to share about Ruthie, a severely emaciated pit bull found Friday, June 9th near Silver Spring and Milwaukee River Parkway in Glendale. Specialists have determined Ruthie likely has malignant cancer in her liver. Her emaciated condition could be due to starvation, the cancer, or both. MADACC has a number of top-notch specialists working to determine what exactly is wrong with Ruthie. MADACC says the the plan is for her to come […]

  • Washington County officials: Spectator dies at US Open Championship

    ERIN — An elderly Wauwatosa man passed away from natural causes at the U.S. Open Championship at Erin Hills Friday, June 16th. He was 94. The medical examiner was called to the scene around 2 p.m. According to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, the elderly spectator died while attending the event near the sixth hole. Rescue personnel arrived within approximately three minutes of the call and began CPR. The man was transferred to an on-site ambulance where he was pronounced […]

  • Health officials: Evidence of E. coli found in 1 hydration station at US Open

    ERIN — The Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department identified E. coli bacteria in a drinking water sample collected from one hydration station near hole number 12 at the U.S. Open at Erin Hills. The station was shut off Thursday morning, June 15th — however, some visitors may have consumed water from the contaminated hydration station between Tuesday afternoon and Thursday morning. According to a news release, there has been no evidence of other water lines or hydration stations being affected […]

  • West Nile Virus confirmed in Waukesha County

    WAUKESHA COUNTY — There has been a confirmed case of the West Nile Virus (WNV) in birds found in Waukesha County, after a crow tested positive for the virus as part of the mosquito and WNV surveillance, prevention and control program. The announcement comes Thursday, June 15th from the Waukesha County Environmental Health Division. Residents should be aware that the best way to avoid WNV is to reduce exposure and eliminate breeding grounds for mosquitoes. Simple steps to protect yourself […]

  • “Grad to be:” Aaron Rodgers jokes about returning to Cal Berkeley campus

    CALIFORNIA — Aaron Rodgers had us all wondering whether or not he was hitting the books and heading back to college, after sharing Instagram posts while visiting the Cal Berkeley campus. Not so fast says the Green Bay Packers QB — the rumors are fake, according to his latest post. So great catching up with the legend that is #Mo. #goingtograduatesomeday #notdoingsummerschoolthisyear #thatwasajoke #fakenews #gamerecognizegame #isitfootballseasonyet #5classestilgraduation # A post shared by Aaron Rodgers (@aaronrodgers12) on Jun 13, 2017 at […]