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I have been at FOX6 since September 1990 and have enjoyed every minute of it.

Growing up in West Bend, I never would have believed that I would get the chance to cover events such as Super Bowls and Final Fours and Major League playoff games and NASCAR events as a Milwaukee sportscaster. In between, there have been so many feature stories with folks who excel far from the spotlight.

With continually evolving technology, there are more and more exciting ways to share those stories. This job is never the same from day to day, which is one of the reasons it is so much fun.

Thanks for letting me be a part of your viewing experience.


Recent Articles
  • Packers’ Clinton-Dix emotional as “Ha Ha HERO Headquarters” reading room unveiled in Milwaukee elementary school

    MILWAUKEE — On the football field, his goal is to stop the other team and take away the ball. Off the field, a Green Bay Packers defender is doing what he can to put kids ahead of the game. It was a hero’s welcome at Milwaukee’s Benjamin Franklin Elementary School for Packers safety, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Tuesday, Jan. 9th — and it was well deserved.   “It’s just very exciting to have someone here who is, who looks like the […]

  • ESPN.com: Mike Pettine to be Packers’ defensive coordinator

    GREEN BAY — Mike Pettine is the man who will try to get more from the Green Bay Packers’ defense, according to ESPN.com. Pettine is Packers’ Head Coach Mike McCarthy’s choice for defensive coordinator, according to the report. Pettine, formerly the head coach of the Cleveland Browns, is from the Baltimore Ravens’ model of aggressive defense. After moving up through the ranks in Baltimore, Pettine spent four years as Rex Ryan’s defensive coordinator with the Jets and one season under […]

  • “More than just a coach:” Basketball court at Homestead High School dedicated to the late John Chekouras

    MEQUON — A basketball coach is measured by wins and losses, but his or her legacy is much more than that. The Homestead High School basketball team is playing on a court named after a man whose impact is still being felt, years after his death. The numbers always tell the story on a basketball court. John Chekouras won 229 games in 18 seasons as the coach at Homestead High School, and he is in the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association […]

  • Green Bay Packers looking to “move forward” following loss to Panthers

    GREEN BAY — Even with the return of Aaron Rodgers, the Green Bay Packers came up short in Carolina, losing the game and just about any hope of making the playoffs this season.┬áTim Van Vooren goes Inside the Huddle with Jordy Nelson, and gets his take on the tough loss to the Panthers. Jordy: “It’s tough. I think it’s the same as any other loss, disappointed. But we will figure out what goes on from there. But it’s another loss […]

  • Big Ten Championship sideline reporter has connections to Madison, UW: “A great college town”

    MADISON — As a sideline reporter for football, you hope to create a close connection with the teams and players you’re covering. That’s something that comes easy for Jenny Taft when she’s covering the Wisconsin Badgers football team. You could almost say Taft was born to be a part of the FOX broadcast team that brought you the Big Ten Championship Game. “I grew up in Minneapolis so the Big Ten is everything,” Taft said. But even though she was […]

  • “Miss it big time:” Racers gather to reminisce about nights at Hales Corners Speedway, sold in 2003

    HALES CORNERS — It has been 14 years since the last race took place at Hales Corners Speedway, but those who raced there still can’t get over that it’s gone. “I was 2 years old and I went to Hales Corners Speedway with my dad, and my mom said I was not right ever since and I started racing any and everything,” Pat Heaney said. There were plenty of stories just like Heaney’s told recently as hundreds of people who […]

  • “I can beat them:” Man facing many obstacles, including health challenge, competes on Ninja Warrior

    WAUKESHA — Diagnosed with a life-long, debilitating disease, Abel Gonzalez decided to accept the challenge, and not let it win him over. He also accepted another challenge — serving as a role model. “I am very passionate about Ninja Warrior, about being on the show, being competitive. I love it,” Gonzalez said. He has participated in American Ninja Warrior nine times. “I knew I wanted to be a professional athlete growing up, so that was kind of the idea,” Gonzalez […]

  • LEGO League robotics competition at MUHS focuses on using water more efficiently

    MILWAUKEE — It’s half sports, half science — a competition that doesn’t take place on a court or a field, and doesn’t involve being physical. While people are involved, they’re not the ones who perform. “All of these kids have been working for the past two or three months on both a project and a robot,” Jane Hudson, student tournament director said. “Getting to work as a team and competing against other teams,” Cole Hearden, student at St. Charles in […]

  • “Continue his dream:” Milwaukee Bucks’ DeAndre Liggins plays to honor his late brother

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Bucks have an All-Star starter on roster, and former high school All-American, NBA champion and they also have a grinder — a guy who takes his brother’s memory with him every time he steps on the floor. Since being a second round draft choice in 2011, DeAndre Liggins has been involved in 36 separate transactions, leading him to his bench role with the Bucks; that’s three dozen roster moves. “As you know, this is a business, […]

  • “A different event:” Marquette ROTC teams take 1st in Task Force Ranger Challenge

    MILWAUKEE — Marquette University has several teams known for their winning traditions through the years, but one team has created a dynasty in a competition that most people would be unfamiliar with. “There’s definitely a legacy that we are looking to uphold here,” John Clancy, Marquette ROTC cadet said. And upholding that legacy means a lot of training for the cadets in the MU ROTC program — who recently trained for the Task Force Ranger Challenge. “It’s definitely a different […]

  • 3 Packers’ legends share what Salvation Army means to them: “I got my 1st pair of new shoes”

    MILWAUKEE — Three Green Bay Packers’ legends came together in downtown Milwaukee to share what the Salvation Army means to them. “Being a platform like this for me, George Koonce and Gilbert Brown, to let people know we are still in the community and we support the Salvation Army because of the programs they have,” LeRoy Butler said. It’s personal for Butler. “As a kid, African-American in the inner-city, my first shirt was from the Salvation Army,” Butler said. He […]

  • Jordy Nelson on Hundley’s 1st NFL start: “He handled himself extremely well the whole game”

    GREEN BAY — The start of the Brett Hundley era Sunday, October 22nd at Lambeau Field didn’t go as many fans and players had hoped, but WR Jordy Nelson said there was some good that came out of the game against the New Orleans Saints. “We got off to a good start. The run game was great. Aaron Jones did an excellent job running, especially that first possession. I think he went 70 to 75 yards, and he went and […]