Hello everyone, I joined the FOX6 news in September of 2016. I’m grateful for the opportunity to tell your stories and to join such an incredible newsroom.

I was born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in the suburbs of Berwyn and Cicero. I’m Mexican-American and fluent in Spanish.

I graduated with an associates’ degree in arts at Morton College in Cicero. I then went on to Columbia College Chicago to complete my bachelors’ degree.

I got my start in television in East Central Illinois. I reported for FOX Champaign News WCCU/WICD.

As a general assignment reporter I covered a wide range of stories in the areas of politics, education, sports, and crime.

Some of the most memorable stories I covered include the events leading up to the unrelated firings of two Champaign police officers for violating department policy.

I covered a year of administrator shake ups at the University of Illinois, starting with the abrupt resignation of Chancellor Phyllis Wise.

I was also part of the team that covered the firing of head football coach Tim Beckman after player mistreatment allegations arose.

I also reported on the high profile visits of our nation’s top leaders. Vice President Joe Biden’s visit to the U of I in 2015 to promote the “It’s on Us” campaign and President Obama’s return to Springfield in early 2016.

Most recently I covered the impact of an ongoing state budget impasse in Illinois.

When I’m not reporting, I’m hanging out with friends or spending time with my familia.

I love what I do and I’m thrilled to do it now in beautiful Milwaukee. If you have story ideas don’t hesitate to send an email my way.


Recent Articles
  • ‘We saved a life:’ Video shows deputy running into burning home, pulling man from basement

    UNION GROVE — A Racine County deputy ran into a burning building — rescuing a man from a basement. The home was a total loss, but all lives were saved. It happened near 13th Avenue and High Street early Monday, March 18. According to officials, a neighbor notified authorities shortly before 5 a.m. of flames coming from the windows of the home. The neighbor also indicated he didn’t see anyone coming out. When crews arrived on scene, they began checking […]

  • US Marshals ask DeAndre Morgan, wanted for armed robbery, ‘to take responsibility for his actions’

    MILWAUKEE — DeAndre Morgan has been running from the law for over a year. According to court records. He was convicted of armed robbery for his role in a Milwaukee cellphone store robbery in 2015. His case involved the FBI. “There were a couple allegations that he began slipping up on probation. He was eventually arrested by the U.S. Marshals Service,” said the deputy U.S. Marshal on the case. According to the deputy marshal, when Morgan bonded out of federal […]

  • ‘Multiple gunshot wounds:’ Craig Rogers charged in connection with fatal August 2018 shooting

    MILWAUKEE — Craig Rogers is now the second person to be charged in connection with the fatal shooting of Eric Williams in August 2018 — as well as the shooting and wounding of two children, ages 14 and 4. Rogers, 22, is charged with the following criminal counts: First degree reckless homicide, as a party to a crime, use of a dangerous weapon First degree reckless injury, as a party to a crime, use of a dangerous weapon (two counts) […]

  • Man says brother ‘murdered in a lovers’ quarrel’ near 65th and Congress; gunman on the run

    MILWAUKEE — A homicide investigation began near 65th and Congress Tuesday night, March 12. Police said a 27-year-old man was shot and killed when he broke into a home and was caught stealing items. The man that shot him was nowhere to be found as of Wednesday evening. The victim’s older brother said he couldn’t save his younger brother from a life on the streets. He said he received information letting him know his brother was not stealing. He said […]

  • Construction of 2 state juvenile facilities to replace Lincoln Hills announced

    MILWAUKEE — Gov. Tony Evers announced on Tuesday, March 12 that Wisconsin’s Department of Corrections will build two new juvenile detention facilities in Milwaukee and Outagamie counties. Those facilities will house serious juvenile offenders after the state’s troubled youth prison, Lincoln Hills School for Boys, shuts down for good. The facilities will be located on the northwest side of Milwaukee and in Hortonia, a town of about 1,000 people between New London and Hortonville. A study committee picked the Milwaukee […]

  • ‘There’s a lot to do:’ DNC 2020 in Milwaukee will have an impact on surrounding counties

    RACINE — Milwaukee will host the 2020 Democratic National Convention, party leaders announced Monday, March 11, highlighting the battleground state of Wisconsin that helped elect President Donald Trump and now will launch an opponent who could oust him. A hurdle when it comes to hosting a convention of this size is securing enough hotel rooms for the thousands of visitors expected to attend. Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez chose Milwaukee over Houston and Miami after deliberations lingered longer than party leaders […]

  • Found guilty of stabbing man to death, US Marshals seek 47-year-old Betty Carter

    MILWAUKEE — U.S. Marshals need your help finding a woman that’s been in violation of her parole since 2017. Authorities say more than a decade ago, Betty Carter was found guilty of stabbing a man to death. “Based upon her violent history and her ability of arming herself with knives, she has violent tendencies,” the deputy U.S. Marshal on the case said. “Our main goal is to apprehend her as quickly as possible.” Carter was paying her debt to society […]

  • Captain Dennis Linn resigns from Twin Lakes Police Dept. after drug charges, chief reacts

    KENOSHA COUNTY — Captain Dennis Linn has voluntarily resigned from the Twin Lakes Police Department effective Tuesday, March 5. Charges were filed against Dennis Linn and his wife, Cheryl Linn, after an investigation was launched into prescription medication removed from the department. Dennis Linn made his initial court appearance on Thursday, March 7. “I will not make any excuses for this situation. These allegations are upsetting and disturbing,” said Twin Lakes Police Chief Adam Grosz. For the first time, the […]

  • ‘They’re always late:’ Lakeside bus company facing backlash from parents

    MILWAUKEE — A number of parents are frustrated over the tardiness of their children’s school bus and it all seems to lead to the same company. In some cases, parents tell FOX6 News their child is not being picked up at all. In the last week, FOX6 News has received phone calls, emails and messages from parents with children enrolled in area public and private schools related to troubles with Lakeside bus. “They’re always late. If not picking the kids up, […]

  • 1 year since Beaver Dam explosion, questions remain unanswered about bomb-making suspect

    BEAVER DAM — On March 5, 2018, an unimaginable explosion in Beaver Dam killed a man in his apartment and forced 100 people out of their homes. A year later, investigators remained puzzled over what 28-year-old Benjamin Morrow had planned for the explosives he was reportedly creating inside his apartment. “Things didn’t add up. Things didn’t look right,” said Beaver Dam Police Chief John Kreuziger. “There was a lot of evidence at the scene that made this look suspicious and […]

  • ‘Purple Heart, Bronze Star:’ Precious items belonging to fallen soldier found

    IMPORTANT UPDATE: FOX6 is now in contact with Private Lloyd’s family. They are aware of the items. SOUTH MILWAUKEE — Two men are on a mission to reunite a memorial shadowbox with the family of a soldier killed in Iraq more than a decade ago. The items in the shadowbox include a Purple Heart. “To me, you don’t…I don’t know throw stuff like that away,” said Kevin Wierzchowski. Last fall, Wierzchowski saw something that hit home. “I’m from a military […]

  • SURG fundraiser benefits families of fallen Milwaukee police officers

    MILWAUKEE — It’s been almost a month since we lost an officer of the Milwaukee Police Department — the third in less than a year for the city. On Saturday, March 2 the community stepped up in a big way by hosting a fundraiser for the department’s fallen heroes. It was a packed house inside SURG on the Water for the event. Every inch of it was filled with someone wanting to show MPD their support. “It’s for the families […]

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