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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.


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  • Green Bay Packers Training Camp

    Defensive backs try to make impressions during Day Two of Packers Training Camp

    GREEN BAY — Saturday, August 1st is a big day for the Green Bay Packers at Training Camp as it will be the first day they get to practice with pads. But each day is big — as players have a very short amount of time to make improvements and earn a spot on the 53-man roster. Football is the ultimate team game at the NFL level. The sum always greater then the parts — no matter how good those […]

  • Green Bay Packers training camp

    “You just gotta play your best football:” Green Bay Packers lace up for first day of training camp

    GREEN BAY — It was a very good year, but for the Green Bay Packers it wasn’t good enough. But Thursday, July 30th the team isn’t looking back as they opened up training camp with the hopes that the best is yet to come. They are getting going with optimism and 32 NFL training camps and why wouldn’t every NFL team feel like it can succeed this year? Succeeding of course being a relative term. The Packers are one of the […]

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    Packers get set to open Training Camp; How will changes made in the off-season affect 2015?

    GREEN BAY — The Green Bay Packers won another NFC North Division championship last season, but they fell short of their ultimate goal — a Super Bowl title. They’re not changing a whole lot as they look ahead to this fall. Coming up just one win short of a trip to the Super Bowl left the Packers with two choices this off-season — make sweeping changes to attempt to reverse a disturbing post-season trend since 2010, or make slight changes to […]

  • Aaron Rodgers

    Packers open Training Camp on July 30th — but first, we take a look back at 2014

    GREEN BAY — The Green Bay Packers are opening Training Camp amid very high expectations on Thursday, July 30th — but before we can look ahead, we’ll take one last look back at 2014. The Packers started the 2014 season in Seattle — where they would end it. Green Bay’s defense left plenty to be desired and Derek Sherrod epitomized the struggles of the offense in a 36-16 loss. After winning their home opener against the Jets, the Packers looked […]

  • Bubble Soccer

    “It’s a blast!” Bubble Soccer, originating in The Netherlands, getting lots of attention in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE — Recently, the United States women’s soccer team won the Women’s World Cup — drawing terrific television ratings. In Milwaukee, a different kind of soccer is proving to be pretty popular as well. When Serge Usack and Jillian Imilkowski show up and start setting up for one of their events, they attract attention — and lots of it. That’s because they’re introducing Milwaukee to “Bubble Soccer.” “It’s the most aggressive side job that I ever anticipated having, but it’s […]

  • Milwaukee Brewers

    Crew stays hot, beats Indians, 8-1

    MILWAUKEE — The hottest team in the National League over the past three weeks tacks on another victory Tuesday night, 8-1 over Cleveland at Miller Park.  The Brewers jump out to a 1-nothing lead in the bottom of the first inning and cruise from there. Matt Garza throws six scoreless innings in his return from the disabled list.  Jean Segura collects three hits and Gerardo Parra a pair of triples to lead the Milwaukee offense. This is Cleveland’s first visit […]

  • Pirelli World Challenge

    Pirelli World Challenge visits Road America: “A wonderful place to drive!”

    PLYMOUTH — The biggest names in racing these days compete in NASCAR. The IndyCars still have their fans too — as was proven during their recent weekend at the Milwaukee Mile for IndyFest. But a new sports care series is growing rapidly. When the Pirelli World Challenge visits Road America, there is a great degree of anticipation. The guys behind the wheel are stoked. “Other than being a wonderful place to go watch a race, it’s a wonderful place to drive. […]

  • Greg Monroe

    “This is the best fit for me:” Bucks welcome free agent center/forward Greg Monroe

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Bucks opened a lot of eyes around the NBA last season — but in order to get more than just a taste of the playoffs, the team had to think big — and Milwaukee is welcoming, or more accurately, re-welcoming a new big man. In 2008, Milwaukee hosted the McDonald’s All-American game, featuring the top high school hoopsters in the country. Greg Monroe played in that game before going to Georgetown University for a season, and […]

  • Hannah Redders

    Young woman raises $15K for safe house for human trafficking victims: “Passion all of us can learn from”

    HARTFORD — Two years ago, on June 15th, 19-year-old Jessie Blodgett was murdered at her home by a man she once considered a friend. In October of 2014, 21-year-old Daniel Bartelt was convicted, and sentenced to life in prison. But that’s not where this story ends. Buck Blodgett, Jessie’s father, now runs an organization in her memory, called “Love Is Greater Than Hate.” He speaks about the need to end violence, and replace it with kindness, caring and empathy. Buck Blodgett’s […]

  • Russ Lake

    “His life behind the lens:” Photographer Russ Lake has been a racing fan for 79 years!

    MILWAUKEE — The future of IndyCar racing at the Milwaukee Mile is uncertain, but there is no doubt about the past or the present — as seen by one man. The Milwaukee Mile is Russ Lake’s playground. Lake, of North Prairie is ready for the green flag again, despite his advanced age. He has been a race fan for 79 years. Lake has been a working photographer for many of those years — contributing to books and magazines. He was […]

  • Donald Driver

    Donald Driver, Children’s Hospital promote healthy eating: “We’re trying to keep kids out of the hospital”

    GREEN BAY — Donald Driver has tasted a lot of success — as a football player, a pitchman, and even as a dancer. Now, he’s hoping to help Wisconsin families succeed by changing their tastes. Driver admits when he came into the NFL as a seventh-round draft choice, he learned an awful lot by watching. Because he expects that many kids approach things the same way, he is involved in a new healthy living initiative. “If a kid sees their […]

  • Parsons family

    Grafton High School family bleeds orange and black, but next year, things will change a bit

    GRAFTON — This past school year, four members of one family played key roles in sports at Grafton High School. Next year, that number will be cut in half. If you are a Parsons, you may bleed orange and black. You certainly wear it! Brad Parsons is a senior Blackhawks baseball standout. His twin sisters, Amanda and Ally were both All-Conference in softball during their just-completed sophomore seasons. “We used to live in Glendale before we moved to Grafton. I still […]

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