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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!


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  • John Jaeckel

    “I’m not my body:” Sailing is his passion, and he won’t let the incurable disease take that away from him

    MILWAUKEE — He has a disease that, at this point, cannot be cured — but his attitude towards life and what he’s still able to do make him an inspiration. “It was another great day sailing here for me. It was my second day sailing here at Sheboygan this summer. I had my first sailing experience in June,” John Jaeckel said. Jaeckel’s passion is sailing — although it’s a different experience now than in the past. “I’m not my body. […]

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    “A gift from God:” Rick Majerus Court at St. Thomas More has athletes paying it forward

    MILWAUKEE — They were hoping for some start up money — instead, they received a $370,000 gift! Though they’ll never have to pay it back, they’ll spend a lifetime paying it forward. The youngsters playing basketball at St. Thomas More High School seem to have an extra spring in their step these days. Perhaps because they have a great appreciation for their brand new court — especially after having played on the old one. “Our court was coming to the end […]

  • Braeden Schrems

    “I’m speechless:” Tosa West football player, his family blown away by the support after he suffered a stroke

    WAUWATOSA — It’s not supposed to happen to a young person — especially the strongest kid on his high school football team. But suddenly, he went from fighting to win on the field — to fighting for his life. “All I remember is feeling really light-headed,” Braeden Schrems said. On July 14th, Schrems and two of his best buddies on the Wauwatosa West High School football team were at Noah’s Ark in Wisconsin Dells — having fun, joking around, being […]

  • Felix Mantilla Little League Team

    Former MLB Star helps Little League team make unforgettable trip to Puerto Rico

    PUERTO RICO — They’re young ambassadors of an old sport, embarking on a cross-cultural journey. One Little League baseball team took a trip of a lifetime that they won’t soon forget. “I don’t think they’ll realize it until maybe adulthood, what this really was, but at some moment in their life, it’s going to click, ” said Guerrero Duran. Duran, known to his players by his nickname of Coach Chato, manages the Felix Mantilla Little League Team, featuring nine, 10, and 11-year-old […]

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    Teeing it up: Kids are hitting the links in “little league of golf”

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  • Cruishank Family

    “I think it’s awesome:” Two former Olympians raise, coach their two children

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    “A terrible disease:” Former Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy, Cubs’ Anthony Rizzo team up to fight cancer

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    Milwaukee Torrent soccer coach Andy Davi a true champion for kids who cannot afford soccer

    MILWAUKEE — Big things are happening for the Milwaukee Torrent soccer team! They just finished their first outdoor season, and they’ll play indoors soccer starting in December. But it’s what they’re doing for kids that goes beyond the game. “I want to do something for kids who cannot afford soccer, because we all know that soccer is expensive in a club — and give the kids something they can look up to,” Andy Davi said. Davi, a native of Germany, […]

  • Baseball Hall of Fame

    “Remarkable:” Experience the Baseball Hall of Fame right here in Milwaukee

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  • Jeremy Jeffress

    “Never give up:” Brewers Jeremy Jeffress couldn’t find relief on the mound until he found peace in life

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    WAUKESHA — The late and legendary Muhammad Ali was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 1984. Though data remains inconclusive, doctors attributed the disease to boxing-related brain injuries. So why are men and women, all of whom have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s, taking boxing classes with trainer Kathy Delker at the Waukesha Athletic Club? “Basically, I teach them the fundamentals of boxing — so your one-two punches, one-three-four punches. There’s memorization and they have to stand correctly and move around the room and […]