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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
  • bryant-stratton6

    “Build as we go:” Bryant & Stratton College introduces sports, offers scholarships to high school athletes

    WAUWATOSA — It’s the dream of many high school athletes to compete at the college level. There’s a new entry on the local sports scene that is making that possible. You’ve seen the commercials for Bryant & Stratton College, now more and more folks are seeing the athletics for Bryant & Stratton College. “We offer an opportunity and what is it they say, when an opportunity knocks, you answer it,” said Brian Richert, Bobcats men’s basketball coach. This is the first […]

  • Chris Hill, Al Hanson

    Their basketball talents brought them to UWM, and now, they’re coaching at the high school level

    GLENDALE/SHOREWOOD — Their basketball talents brought them to UW-Milwaukee. Now, they are giving back to the sport by stepping down a level. It’s back to school this winter for a pair of former UWM Panthers point guards. Chris Hill is a first-year coach at Shorewood High School, while Al Hanson is debuting in the same position at Nicolet. They are bringing their past experiences with them. “Especially with me and Al being point guards, you have to know every position in case […]

  • MU lacrosse

    “Lucky to Win a Game:” Film focuses on how MU lacrosse team went from nothing to Big East CHAMPS

    MILWAUKEE — Timing can be everything when it comes to sports. It can also be very important when it comes to movie making. Some Marquette University students decided to make a film about an up-and-coming sport: Lacrosse. The Marquette men’s lacrosse program continues to grow in popularity. They’re getting some added recognition thanks to four ambitious students. “I went to a high school that had a film program there. I kind of got involved in that. I knew I loved […]

  • Milwaukee Wave players, staff join the National Marrow Donor Registry

    “Very meaningful:” Milwaukee Wave players, staff join the National Marrow Donor Registry

    MILWAUKEE — Every three minutes, someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer. There’s a cure that exists, and now, that cure could actually come from a professional soccer player from Milwaukee. The Milwaukee Wave soccer team is used to making an impact on the field, and making some saves, but on a recent day during practice, they did something besides just playing soccer. “No — I’ve never done anything like this,” Sean Totsch said. They were trying to make a […]

  • group

    Group’s gathered every Saturday since 1969 for touch football game: “We want to play forever!”

    MILWAUKEE — You don’t have to be Aaron Rodgers and Jordy Nelson to play football together weekend after weekend, year after year. You could be part of a long-standing local recreational game! The same year the first man walked on the moon, a few guys started playing touch football on Milwaukee’s south side. They may not have been Neil Armstrong, but they took a small step that became a giant leap of their own. That Saturday morning game continues to […]

  • Kathryn Berkley

    She’s 70 years old and still an outstanding athlete; her talents run in the family: “Amazing how far it’s come”

    MILWAUKEE — It’s been said change is good for you — it’s certainly true for one Racine woman when it comes to opportunities in sports for women. Several times a week, you can find high-level pickleball being played in Racine. Kathryn Berkley enjoys the competition. “You have to be on your toes all the time,” Berkley said. At the age of 70, Berkley is set to compete in the National Senior Olympics in both singles and mixed doubles in pickleball, and she […]

  • milwaukee-wave8

    “For the love of the game:” Franklin man and Milwaukee Wave come together to donate soccer gear to Africa

    MILWAUKEE — A Franklin man had a big idea in trying to help out some kids in need living in Africa — but it wasn’t until he got some big-time help from one professional team in Milwaukee, that he was able to accomplish his goal. Every year Tim Banks and his Franklin City Investments firm gives back. “We’re a very small firm we give a little bit to no-kill shelters, some of the homeless shelters, every year a little bit and […]

  • Halli Stewart

    “I’ve had a lot of challenges:” Halli Stewart has overcome to become a Tillman Scholar, honored at Lambeau

    GREEN BAY — A local woman is putting a little twist on an old saying. With her, it’s “do as I say AND do as I do.” Her example is worthy of attention. There are roughly 80,000 stories at Lambeau Field each time the Green Bay Packers play a home game. Halli Stewart’s is a pretty compelling one. In January, she was diagnosed with breast cancer, which led to six months of chemotherapy and a double mastectomy before she returned […]

  • Katin Reinhardt

    Transfer of power: Katin Reinhardt, a California native, “here to win” with MU

    MILWAUKEE — The college basketball season is about to tip off, and one Marquette University player feels right at home, even though he’s a long way from home. In recent seasons, Trent Lockett and Matt Carlino have played big roles at Marquette as graduate transfers. The experience they brought to the program was evident. Now, former UNLV and USC guard Katin Reinhardt gets his chance. “I think the biggest thing coming in here was, I am only here for a year. […]

  • Cody Wichmann

    “Pretty exciting:” UWM athlete Cody Wichmann prepares for his future after basketball

    MILWAUKEE — There’s a college basketball player at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee who hopes to score as big on the court this season as he already has off the court. Sometimes it all kind of hits Cody Wichmann. “I am kind of the veteran around here. It’s kind of weird to say,” said Wichmann. It’s weird because Wichmann said he feels like he was a freshman just a blink ago, and it’s also weird because so many of the guys […]

  • Cubs/Indians -- World Series

    First since 1945! Excitement palpable as Cubs fans gear up for World Series play

    CHICAGO — The Chicago Cubs are in the World Series — and the championship run is making the team part of a Chicago tradition. For the first time ever, the Lions outside the Art Institute of Chicago are wearing Cubs caps — which went up on Monday morning, October 24th. There is a lot of excitement surrounding both teams that have made their way into the 2016 World Series — the Cubs and the Cleveland Indians. The Cubs’ struggles have […]

  • Austin Peters

    Waukesha athlete is a “tremendous time manager,” plays multiple sports in a single season

    WAUKESHA — There aren’t many high schoolers who can sum themselves up as accurately as Austin Peters. “I just love doing sports. I love being busy,” Peters said. Peters is a freshman on the Waukesha North Cross Country varsity team. He is also a freshman on the Waukesha North football varsity team. And yes, those are both fall sports. I just have fun doing them both. Running always came naturally to me. I have always loved doing long distance. It’s just […]