FOX6 News coverage of the Democratic Debate at UW-Milwaukee
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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.

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Recent Articles
  • Trey Schwab

    Former MU coach who helped create state’s organ donor registry in need of transplant again

    MILWAUKEE — About a dozen years after receiving a second chance at life and becoming an advocate for organ donation, a familiar face to Marquette University basketball fans is fighting a new battle. At the age of 50, Trey Schwab finds it easy to take stock of his life. “It’s been really full. My goal growing up when I was a young coach — I wanted to coach in the NBA and I got there at a really young age, […]

  • Terry Stotts

    In Portland on February 2nd, Milwaukee Bucks will face head coach who cut his teeth here

    MILWAUKEE — On Tuesday night, February 2nd, the Milwaukee Bucks will play in Portland, and they’ll be going up against a coach who cut his teeth in Milwaukee. A decade-and-a-half ago, the Bucks had it rolling. George Karl was the head coach and Terry Stotts was his right hand man. Ray Allen and company looked like they would have staying power among the NBA’s elite, until it all crashed. The players scattered. The coaches went elsewhere. Stotts returned to Milwaukee […]

  • John Crockett

    Packers RB John Crockett activated to roster on Dec. 3rd, night Rodgers threw that epic Hail Mary

    GREEN BAY — There were three running backs on the Green Bay Packers roster at the end of the season, and there are questions surrounding two of them. Can Eddie Lacy lose weight and get in better condition for next year? Will James Starks re-sign with the team, or depart as a free agent? As for number three, there’s no question. He is very happy where he is. When the Packers put a wrap on the 2015 season, John Crockett […]

  • Scott Tolzien

    With Aaron Rodgers, Brett Hundley the future in Green Bay, Scott Tolzien may have to go elsewhere

    GREEN BAY — Given the way their offense performed in the playoffs, the Green Bay Packers figure to be optimistic about a unit led by Aaron Rodgers next season. This, as one of Rodgers’ backups figures to be somewhere else next season. The 2015 Green Bay Packers season was an emotional thrill ride. It went up and down, just like the final game of the year did vs. the Arizona Cardinals in the desert. Scott Tolzien had an up close […]

  • Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings

    “Good to be home:” Division title hangs in the balance as Packers gear up for Vikings at Lambeau

    GREEN BAY — It will be a battle for the NFC North Division title on Sunday, January 3rd as the Green Bay Packers take on the Minnesota Vikings. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. at Lambeau Field. The border battle showdown was rescheduled for a late start on Sunday. The Packers and Vikings are each 10-5 on the season. Who will be crowned NFC North Division champion on Sunday at Lambeau? Make your pre-game prognostications by voting in our poll […]

  • Rufus King International High School basketball

    “Pretty good job so far:” Rufus King one of the best teams in local basketball; this year’s no different

    MILWAUKEE — Generally speaking, the Rufus King International High School Generals are one of the teams to beat in high school basketball each season — and this year’s campaign is no different. It is starting to come together at King High School this basketball season, which means the Generals are starting to play with Coach Jim Gosz’s trademark defensive intensity. “They’re doing a pretty good job of it so far — but it’s a start over mentality every November,” Gosz said. […]

  • Green Bay Packers vs. Oakland Raiders

    Tricky travel schedule: Green Bay Packers gear up for Oakland Raiders

    OAKLAND, California — The Green Bay Packers are on a two-game winning streak as they gear up to face the Oakland Raiders on the road on Sunday, December 20th. The game is set for 3:05 p.m. and you can watch it ONLY ON FOX6! We also have a pre-game special beginning at 2:30 p.m. Make your pre-game prognostication by voting in our poll just below: The Oakland Raiders are 6-7 on the season. The Green Bay Packers improved to 9-4 […]

  • Mike Daniels

    “We got the job done:” Mike Daniels breaks down Packers victory over Cowboys at Lambeau Field

    GREEN BAY — The Green Bay Packers have strung together a winning streak after beating the Dallas Cowboys at Lambeau Field on Sunday, December 13th. The Packers are now in first place in the NFC North Division. Green Bay Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy took over play-calling duties this week at Lambeau — and Eddie Lacy, who was benched for the game vs. Detroit after missing curfew, helped the Packers to a 28-7 win. Was there any carryover from that […]

  • Leaders of the Pack

    Can’t top the Titletown Trio! Author highlights Starr, Favre, Rodgers in “Leaders of the Pack” book

    GREEN BAY — The sight of Bart Starr and Brett Favre hugging, and then Aaron Rodgers and Favre hugging at Lambeau Field on Thanksgiving night will be long remembered by Green Bay Packers fans. The exploits of those quarterbacks will be too — thanks in part to a new book. Packers fans in their early 20s have never known the team to have a “bad” quarterback. Brett Favre leading into Aaron Rodgers has meant high hopes every season since 1992. […]

  • Abby Wambach

    “A win-win-win:” Young soccer fans spend the day with Abby Wambach, raise money for charity

    MILWAUKEE — Abby Wambach is one of the best soccer players to ever play the game. She helped revolutionize women’s soccer. When she’s not on the field winning medals, Wambach can be found paying her gifts forward. “I’m not setting out to wanting to change the world. I’m setting out to change the world,” Wambach said. She’s changing the world one city at a time. International soccer superstar Abby Wambach recently visited Milwaukee. “I was really excited when I got to meet […]

  • bucks aj

    Bucks back on the beam with win

    MILWAUKEE — Michael Carter-Williams may not be considered a bench player, but he stood out in his new role Monday night, keying a 92-74 Bucks victory over Denver. Carter-Williams scored a dozen points, including two on a layup that gave the home team the lead for good at 55-54 in the third period.  He also added 9 assists and was very active all over the floor. The Bucks moved Jabari Parker and Carter-Williams to the bench prior to Sunday’s game […]

  • Bart and Cherry Starr

    “Strongest man I know:” Bart & Cherry Starr make trip to Green Bay for Favre’s Ring of Honor ceremony

    GREEN BAY — November 26th has been circled on Bart and Cherry Starr’s calendar for quite awhile. It’s the date Bart Starr has been working toward during his stroke rehabilitation. “Really — he’s the strongest man I know,” Cherry Starr said. Bart Starr is a legend. He led the Packers to five championships, and helped the team to win Super Bowl I and Super Bowl II. He is an MPV, and Pro Bowler and of course, a Hall of Famer. […]


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