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Amy began working at FOX6 in 2017.

Amy was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and grew up in Inver Grove Heights. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse with a degree in Communication Studies.

Amy interned with WXOW TV-19 and was eventually promoted to weekend producer. She left La Crosse to become the weekend anchor at KSAX-TV in Alexandria, Minnesota.

Amy returned to WXOW in 2002 and assumed the duties of weekend weather anchor. She made the switch back to news a year later and was promoted to Daybreak anchor in March of 2004.

Amy moved to San Diego in 2015 where she accepted a reporter/anchor position at CW6. She made her way back to Wisconsin to join the “Wake Up” team at FOX6 in October 2017.

Amy has won four Emmy awards as well as two Murrow and Sevareid awards. She has also been honored by the Associated Press of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association for Best Morning Newscast, Best Series Reporting, Best Feature Reporting, Best Hard News Story, Best Sports Feature Reporting, and Best Photography.

When she’s not working or catching up on sleep, Amy enjoys spending time with her husband Benny and their sons Bryce and Aiden,

Amy is excited to be back in the Midwest. However; she’s not looking forward to shoveling snow again!

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Recent Articles
  • Sheboygan denies $250K claim by mother whose son was killed in crash with garbage truck

    SHEBOYGAN — The City of Sheboygan has denied a claim filed by a mother whose son was killed in a crash with a city garbage truck. Roman Martin died back in October. The 9-year-old boy was riding his bike to school at the time of the accident. The Wisconsin State Patrol cleared the city’s garbage truck driver of any wrongdoing in this case. In fact, investigators found the boy failed to yield the right of way — and he ran […]

  • State of the State Gov. Evers unveils plan to tackle farm crisis, redistricting

    MADISON — Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers extolled lawmakers during his State of the State speech Wednesday to work together to address the state’s farm crisis, calling a special session of the Legislature as part of a three-prong attack to tackle the problem that’s seen a record number of bankruptcies and farmer suicides. The Democratic Evers also said he was signing executive orders to create panels to tackle student loan debt and a nonpartisan redistricting commission to draw what he said […]

  • Jim Sullivan, Chris Larson, Purnima Nath, Theo Lipscomb

    1 of 2 Milwaukee County executive candidates removed from ballot took part in debate hours later

    MILWAUKEE — Candidates for Milwaukee County executive took part in a debate Tuesday night, Jan. 21, including one of the two candidates, kicked off the ballot Tuesday by the Wisconsin Elections Commission. The first question of the night addressed the elephant in the room. It was the first topic brought up by the Wisconsin Policy Forum, which held the debate at the Wisconsin Club. That and other questions were asked of three of the four candidates on the ballot, along […]

  • ‘Go Pack Go:’ Titletown faithful forgo sleep to welcome the Packers back to Green Bay

    GREEN BAY — The Titletown faithful were at the airport in Green Bay early Monday, Jan. 20 when the Packers arrived back in town. Sunday night’s outcome against the San Francisco 49ers was certainly disappointing for Packers fans. Still, a handful of fans gathered at the airport — so they could be there when the team walked off the plane. “No matter if they win or lose we are here,” said Bobby Anderson, a Packers fan. Those fans traded sleep […]

  • Officials reveal ‘security footprint’ for 2020 DNC: ‘Every resident will have access to their home’

    MILWAUKEE — Mayor Tom Barrett along with the Milwaukee Police Department on Friday, Jan. 17 held a news conference to provide a security “footprint” for the 2020 Democratic National Convention.  To get reimbursed for the DNC’s public safety costs, the city has prepared its $50 million grant application to the U.S. Department of Justice. “This is not the entire unveiling of the security plan, this is the first step. This is to announce the security footprint, following this there will […]

  • MPD reckless driving initiative

    ‘We cannot sit back:’ Task force given deadline, must offer plan on how to curb reckless driving

    MILWAUKEE — The chair of Milwaukee’s Reckless Driving Task Force says it is time to act. The task force has been taking suggestions on how to curb the city’s reckless driving epidemic for months. Now, Milwaukee Alderman Michael Murphy is calling on the task force to send its recommendations to the full Common Council next month. Nine months after holding its first meeting and taking hundreds of public comments, Milwaukee’s Reckless Driving Task Force has yet to send its report […]

  • ‘Our vaccine rate is abysmal:’ 200+ flu hospitalizations in Milwaukee County, compared to 46 in 2019

    WAUWATOSA — While getting a flu shot is the best way to prevent the flu, FOX6 News learned Jan. 15 that most people in the Milwaukee area — and across Wisconsin — haven’t gotten one. The flu is taking the U.S. by storm. More than 30 states — including Wisconsin — are reporting high flu activity levels. “We are in the thick of it right now,” said Dr. Joyce Sanchez, assistant professor of medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin. […]

  • President Donald Trump in Milwaukee (Getty Images)

    ‘The Democrats are outraged:’ Pres. Trump rallies in Milwaukee, defends Iran policy, Soleimani killing

    MILWAUKEE — As President Donald Trump rallied supporters Tuesday night, Jan. 14 by defending his decision to kill a top Iranian general, the Democrats vying to replace him used their final debate before primary voting began to argue that doing so made the country less safe. With President Trump firing up thousands in the battleground state of Wisconsin and the Democratic candidates squaring off in Iowa ahead of its Feb. 3 caucuses, the political events were expected to offer very […]

  • State elections commission held in contempt of court in voter purge case

    PORT WASHINGTON — An Ozaukee county judge ruled on Monday, Jan. 13 that the Wisconsin Elections Commission is in contempt of court for not following his order to immediately deactivate the registration of thousands of voters. It is the latest ruling in the voter purge case that grows more complicated by the day. Monday’s ruling means the Wisconsin Elections Commission must purge the voter rolls now. They cannot wait for an appeals court to hear the case. If the commission […]

  • Milwaukee eateries, fans pumped for Sunday’s Packers game: ‘Keep ’em winning’

    MILWAUKEE — The Green Bay Packers are playing at home on Jan. 12, but plenty of fans are hitting the road to catch the game. You won’t find it on the menu, but at Saz’s State House, green and gold pride is always the special. Servers at the Milwaukee institution have their game faces on, preparing for a big crowd for Sunday’s kickoff. “We’re just excited for a Packers win,” says Amy Haselow, assistant general manager at Saz’s. “It has […]

  • Kellie Kendall

    West Bend McDonald’s customer paid it forward for cancer patient savoring time with soldier son

    WEST BEND — A West Bend McDonald’s restaurant is a “pay it forward” hot spot — where people buy a coffee or meal for the next customer in line. One generous customer paid for a real happy meal. During the daily breakfast rush, employees at the West Bend McDonald’s work faster than a NASCAR pit crew. “Trying to get the orders out,” said Michelle Rogers. “It’s fast food.” Literally! On Friday, Jan. 3, employees were speeding through orders when one customer […]

  • Wisconsin Court of Appeals will not intervene in Ozaukee County judge’s order to purge state’s voter rolls

    MADISON– The Wisconsin Court of Appeals in Madison announced on Tuesday evening, Jan. 7 that it will not intervene with an Ozaukee County judge’s order to immediately purge the state’s voter rolls. Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL) sued the Wisconsin Elections Commission for failing to follow state law — and deactivate the registration of more than 200,000 voters who may have moved. An Ozaukee County judge ruled in WILL’s favor back in December. The state asked the appellate […]

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