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I have been as blessed in my work as anyone I know; because I have been fortunate to do what I love for close to 35 years, and to do it in Milwaukee.

As a self-described "frustrated athlete who loves people", I've been able to couple my passion for sports with a desire to meet men and women who have a gift to share, and, often times, a compelling story.

Having the chance to share those local stories has become as meaningful as anything I've been able to do-whether covering a Brewers World Series (yes, I'm old enough to have been there in 1982), or a Super Bowl, or a Rose Bowl, or a Final Four.

Over 27 years ago, I came to town to continue my sportscasting career.

At the time, I was told that Wisconsinites are wonderful folks, hard-working, honest-the kind of people you can't fool.

It's been a real honor to try and earn your trust for over 27 years-the past 24 at FOX 6.

I'm a Syracuse, New York native, but Milwaukee has become HOME. I love the parks, the walking and biking paths, the restaurants, getting to meet as many of you as possible.

I'm thankful that my son and daughter (ages 15 and 11), the pride and joy of my life, were born and bred here.

I never did become a Brett Favre, or a Robin Yount, or a Dwayne Wade, but I'm truly thankful for and humbled by trying to do what I do for all of you.

I wouldn't trade it, although, I saw a pair of Gucci shoes that D. Wade had on; they were SWEET!

Recent Articles
  • Luke Fischer

    Luke Fischer, Golden Eagles bring something special to court

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Being a humble guy, Luke Fischer would be the last one to tell you that he resembled Superman in his Marquette debut two nights ago. But the way he transformed his team, he probably could have worn a cape. Playing in his first game wearing a Marquette University uniform, the 6’11”, 245-pound transfer from Indiana “made” a statement. He posted 19 points, nine rebounds and five blocked shots as the Golden Eagles flew over Arizona State, 78-71 […]

  • Lance Leipold

    Leaving on top: Lance Leipold departs UW-Whitewater with lifetime of memories, successes

    WHITEWATER (WITI) — Football coaches are coming and going in Wisconsin. Paul Chryst takes the Badgers job — and Lance Leipold is leaving UW-Whitewater. But Leipold is taking memories that will last a lifetime. On Friday night, December 19th in Salem, Virginia UW-Whitewater defends it’s NCAA Division 3 championship against familiar foe Mount Union. The Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl marks the last time Leipold will lead the Warhawks as head coach. The five-time coach of the year was introduced as […]

  • Capture

    “You’re not gonna give up:” Inspiring wheelchair athlete sees disability as blessing

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Rugby is a rough sport played by tough athletes. But imagine having a disability and playing rugby in a wheelchair. In the world of quad rugby, a sport that incorporates elements of wheelchair-basketball, ice hockey, handball and rugby union — needless to say, it’s a contact sport. “You have be impaired with four limbs to play quad rugby. You can be an amputee on both arms and your legs,” said Brian Muniz, quad rugby player. The members […]

  • Vince Biegel

    “A Wisconsin born and bred player:” Vince Biegel says playing for the Badgers is a dream come true

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Through all the ups and downs, the Wisconsin Badgers are right where they want to be: playing for a Big Ten Championship! The same goes for Vince Biegel. The young man with enough talent to get a football scholarship anywhere is glad he decided to play for the home state team. “Every week my confidence keeps building. I keep preparing myself, keep studying those extra hours of tape — and I think it’s really paying off on […]

  • fresh coast classic

    Taking a look back: They made high school basketball history during the height of racial tension in U.S.

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — There they were on the day after Thanksgiving — together as one, and in some cases, for the first time in 55 years! “It is so wonderful to see these fellas again.  We grew up together.  Sometimes we pushed each other around, but it was nothing ever that you would be angry about to hold a grudge, you know,” Roosevelt Moore, who played on the 1959 Lincoln High School basketball team said. In 1959, during the height of […]

  • MU Marquette Golden Eagles

    Marquette beats Crosstown Foe Milwaukee, 85-80

    Milwaukee —  Freshman Kenisha Bell scored a career-high 21 points as Marquette held off Milwaukee Wednesday night in the Al McGuire Center.    Coach Kyle Rechlicz’s Panthers were led by Ashley Green’s 26 points-her 4th straight game with at least 20 points this season. Redshirt junior Lauren Tibbs paced coach Carolyn Kieger’s Golden Eagles with in the 2nd half with 12 points.

  • Jonathan Lucroy

    “They have my ultimate respect:” Jonathan Lucroy takes unforgettable Honor Flight with veterans

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Jonathan Lucroy has become one of the Milwaukee Brewers’ best players, and a hero to many fans for the way he conducts himself both on and off the field. Recently, “Luc” took a trip with his heroes. It was an unforgettable journey that he’ll carry in his heart forever. 2014 was a year to remember for Lucroy. In his fifth Big League season, Luc became an All-Star and broke the all-time Major League records for doubles by […]

  • Melvin Gordon and mom Carmelita

    “I’m proud as a mom:” He’s the best running back in college football, and Melvin Gordon’s mom is thrilled

    MADISON (WITI) — Iowa Coach Kirk Ferenz, whose team hosts the Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday, November 22nd, says he hasn’t seen anybody like running back Melvin Gordon in the past 15 years. Then again, he hasn’t met Gordon’s mom! With last Saturday’s record-shattering 408-yard performance against Nebraska, Gordon proved to the nation what Badgers fans already knew. But did you know that by his own admission, Melvin Gordon is a Mama’s boy? “I am, I am. I love my mom,” […]

  • Kaden Stark

    “He’s such a special kid:” Son of former Badgers player working to make other kids’ dreams come true

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — As a college football player, he could out-muscle any opponent. When he found out about his son’s disease, he was thrown for a loss. But what the courageous little boy is doing is changing lives. As a football player, Steve Stark experienced the ultimate high. The offensive lineman was a starter on the Wisconsin Badgers 1994 Rose Bowl team, and he became a team captain. Twenty years later, Stark is a champion in business. He has been […]

  • UWM Milwaukee Panthers

    Milwaukee Panthers Clobber Minnesota-Crookston for 1st win 75-54

    MILWAUKEE (AP) — Steve McWhorter nearly tripled his season-opening output, scoring 17 points to lead Milwaukee past Division II Minnesota-Crookston 75-54 on Monday night. McWhorter finished with 6-for-10 shooting from the field with three 3-pointers in four attempts and added seven rebounds. He had made only two field goals to score six points in a season-opening loss at Auburn on Friday. Milwaukee (1-1) trailed the feisty Golden Eagles four times in the first half before Cody Wichmann drained a 3-pointer on an assist […]

  • knobby

    80-year-old high school football legend, “Knobby,” still in the game

    WAUKESHA COUNTY (WITI) — Kettle Moraine High School hosts the big game between Waukesha West and Waunakee. The winner goes to Madison to play for the D2 championship next Friday, November 21st. One high school legend, with over 60 years in the game is now in the broadcast booth and he has a name that stuck with him almost as long as he’s been in the game. “In junior high school we had boxing in those days and I was helping […]

  • Don Arnold

    600 wins makes Grafton soccer coach a local legend, but that’s only part of what makes him special

    GRAFTON (WITI) — A high school coach can have an incredible impact on a player’s life — especially if he or she does it “the right way.” A Grafton High School coach’s record makes him a local legend, but that’s only part of what makes him special. “He easily would be the face of soccer here in this community, but I would say maybe as far as in southeastern Wisconsin,” Grafton High School Athletic Director Scott Parsons said. “He can […]


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