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Hannah Jewell (née Saunders), a Detroiter at heart, is proud to call Milwaukee her new home. She’s spent her life living and working all over Michigan, but is happy for a change and a chance to experience beautiful Wisconsin!

She graduated from Michigan State University with her B.A. degree in Journalism. While still in her senior year, she took her first reporter job at WILX in Lansing. She later moved to the west side of the state in 2012 where she worked as a reporter and anchor at WZZM 13 in Grand Rapids. There, she earned an Emmy and Edward R. Murrow award for her investigations into the true lives of local panhandlers. She has also been honored by the State of Michigan’s Department of Veteran Affairs for her coverage of veterans struggling with post traumatic stress disorder.

She moved back home to the Motor City to report for FOX 2 in 2015. While there, she covered a wide range of news including the Flint Water Crisis, a loose tiger in the abandoned Packard Plant, and much more. Her investigations into the malpractice and deplorable conditions of Detroit’s animal control center resulted in complete reform. In 2016, she had the opportunity to travel to Cuba to feature Detroit-made vehicles.

Don’t hate on her if you see her cheering on the Lions at Lambeau Field. Say hi if you see her out and about!


Recent Articles
  • ‘Our voices matter:’ Mothers of gun violence victims march in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE — Mothers who have lost or had children injured due to gun violence gathered Saturday, July 4 at Sherman Park to march for change. The group marched to Milwaukee Police Department District 7 station, demanding their voices be heard. “Moms matter. Our voices matter. Our children matter. And they’re no longer here,” said organizer Trinika Walker. Holding pictures of young lives lost, the mothers formed a sisterhood that left behind a trail of tears. Demonstrators asked for two main […]

  • ‘It’s a family tradition:’ Oconomowoc fireworks display goes on, COVID-19 precautions encouraged

    OCONOMOWOC — The show must go on, at least in Oconomowoc. There, one of the only fireworks displays still going on in southeast Wisconsin lit up the night sky on Friday, July 3. People came from all over the area, including Hales Corners and Watertown, to take part in the Independence Day festivities. They said they’re excited to see the show — and plan to do so safely. While many displays are canceled this year due to COVID-19, Oconomowoc decided […]

  • Wisconsin DHS urges residents to stay home ahead of July 4th: ‘Take the necessary precautions’

    MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Health Services urges state residents to stay home and follow best public health practices during the upcoming Fourth of July weekend. A news release indicates Wisconsin has seen a recent surge in cases with half of all positive cases coming within the past five weeks. Nearly 20% of total COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin have tested positive within the past two weeks. This spike in cases is driven in part by an increase in infections […]

  • Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport

    TSA on masks for 4th of July travelers flying out of MKE: ‘This is what the CDC recommends’

    MILWAUKEE — The Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) new “Stay Healthy. Stay Secure.” campaign launched in advance of the Independence Day holiday weekend — with reommended masks just one of the safety measures being taken at Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport and others. “Passengers should expect to see TSA officers wearing masks and changing gloves after each pat-down and using a fresh swab when checking for explosive material,” said Mark Lendvay, TSA’s Federal Security Director for Wisconsin, in a news release Wednesday, […]

  • Report of shots fired closes I-94 EB at 70th Street

    MCSO: Report of shots fired closes I-94 EB at 70th Street; 4th such incident in a week

    MILWAUKEE — The eastbound lanes of I-94 were shut down at 70th Street by the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office Tuesday afternoon, June 30 due to a report of shots fired. Drivers were urged to avoid the area. Sheriff’s officials said they were called around 12:30 p.m. for the report of “shots fired between two vehicles.”  An anonymous caller reported the incident; however, no witnesses or victims were located. The eastbound freeway was closed for about an hour from 70th Street […]

  • Road America, ‘perfect for social distancing,’ hosts race fans: ‘It’s a good safe thing to do’

    ELKHART LAKE — While many places consider how to host sporting events without fans, that is not that case at Road America in Elkhart Lake. The Sheboygan County summer tradition continued with fans in the stands on Saturday, June 26 “This, we always go to so we were sad when we couldn’t go in May, but we’re happy we can come now. It’s a good safe thing to do,” Jodi Miller, who attended a Road America race on Saturday, said. MotoAmerica is […]

  • Open at 25% capacity, business remains down for some Milwaukee bars as patrons take caution

    MILWAUKEE — The governors of Texas and Florida have ordered bars to close once again because of a recent surge in COVID-19 cases. In Wisconsin, being back open has not solved bar owners’ economic woes, either. While stormy weather on Friday, June 26 might have hampered some plans to meet for drinks outdoors, FOX6 News learned from some bar owners that Friday nights still aren’t as busy as they used to be. “I take it serious. Because I don’t come […]

  • Unrest near 40th and Lloyd after girls reported missing

    Alders move forward with plan requiring MPD ‘to notify us’ of plans to purchase military-grade equipment

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police may soon be required to get the approval of the Milwaukee Common Council when buying military-grade weapons and equipment — one of several ideas on the table amid the goal of improving police-community relations discussed during a lengthy meeting Thursday, June 25 between police and the Public Safety and Health Committee. The committee agreed on several ideas for requiring more transparency and accountability from the Milwaukee Police Department — ideas which will be taken up by […]

  • Cleanup after unrest near 40th and Lloyd

    ‘They didn’t have to burn down the house:’ Young siblings join cleanup efforts near 40th and Lloyd

    MILWAUKEE — Ten police officers and one firefighter were hurt when fires were set in the neighborhood near 40th Street and Lloyd Street Tuesday, June 23 — unrest sparked by a case involving two missing teenagers. During the unrest, three people were shot and wounded following an initial report of shots fired Tuesday morning. A day later, steps were already being taken to help heal the neighborhood — with members of the community heading there to clean up debris and […]

  • Protesters march in Mequon to ‘shine a light’ on police brutality, systemic racism

    MEQUON — A Black Lives Matter march in Mequon led to a peaceful interruption of traffic at a busy intersection on Saturday, June 20. Prepared to demonstrate rain or shine, afternoon thunderstorms let up just in time for the march to begin. “Police brutality. I want to shine a light on that. I want to shine a light on systemic racism,” said organizer Jessica Key. “I just felt like it was really important to let people know that racism, even […]

  • Racine groups come together, ‘protest for justice’ on Juneteenth

    RACINE — The movement for equality picked up steam in Racine on Friday night at a Juneteenth rally for justice as different demographics joined for a common cause. Coming together as one, organizers from two different groups rallied separately before converging to march from 14th and Wisconsin to the Dr. John Bryant Community Center in Racine — hoping to bring peace to generations to come. “Exercising our voices, right to protest for justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, […]

  • COVID-19 guidelines updated for Washington, Ozaukee County: ‘It’s a positive development’

    PORT WASHINGTON — The Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department updated its guidelines on Wednesday, June 17 to recommend increased capacity at stores, restaurants and events after seeing a reduction in COVID-19 cases. “Everybody is happy to see that we’re open,” Wesley Feest, general manager at Brazen Head Pub said. “People that are coming in and sitting down, they’re saying, ‘good for you guys, thank you for being open.'” Businesses and shops are further relaxing rules on gatherings and masks. As […]

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