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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
  • ‘Drive more carefully:’ Car crashes into Milwaukee plaza for 3rd time in less than a year

    MILWAUKEE — It’s happened again. “I wish that people would drive more carefully,” says Mohammad Shafi. Shafi, owner of Shafi Plaza at 20th and North Avenue, and his wife came to check on the building after a third vehicle hit it in less than a year. This time, there was only minimal damage. “Thinking of installing some posts around the building,” Shafi says. Milwaukee police say they are still looking for a driver who fled after the two-vehicle crash. Authorities say […]

  • Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization (HALO)

    HUD awards nearly $25M to help end homelessness in Wisconsin; some funds will benefit Racine shelter

    RACINE — United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson announced nearly $2.2 billion in grants to support thousands of local homeless assistance programs across the nation. That includes nearly $25 million across the State of Wisconsin to support homeless programs. HUD’s Continuum of Care grants will provide critically needed support to approximately 6,593 local programs on the front lines, serving individuals and families experiencing homelessness. A news release said HUD’s Continuum of Care grant funding […]

  • ‘Keep your distance:’ Drivers urged to give plows the space needed to keep roads safe

    RACINE — Our latest winter storm started to have a serious impact during the evening rush on Friday, Jan. 17 — and the snow won’t start backing off until later on Saturday. That means drivers of salt and plow truck have their work cut out for them. “I might just turn around and take shelter,” said Thomas Severson. “My plans were to drive 50 minutes from Milwaukee to Gurnee Mills.” But limited visibility and steady snowfall made it slow-going for […]

  • ‘Disrupt the supply:’ 37 charged in Puerto Rico to Wisconsin drug trafficking case

    MILWAUKEE — Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul on Thursday, Jan. 16 joined a coalition of law enforcement agencies in announcing details on a large-scale drug bust in Milwaukee. Thirty-seven people have been charged in two drug trafficking busts. Twenty-six people have been charged with trafficking at least five kilograms of cocaine, heroin, and fentanyl between Puerto Rico and Milwaukee — which officials are calling “Operation Island Hopper.” Eleven others have been charged with heroin and fentanyl trafficking in the Milwaukee […]

  • Racine’s mayor issues emergency declaration after extreme weather damages city’s shoreline

    RACINE — Racine Mayor Cory Mason issued a declaration of emergency to state and federal leaders because of damage caused to the city’s lakeshore after the weekend’s winter storm. Crews have been trying to clean up the lakeshore after waves crashed over the breakwater — sending debris well beyond the shoreline. Historically high water levels paired with high winds are a damaging combination. The weekend waves that that combination caused wreaked havoc up and down the Lake Michigan shoreline in […]

  • Streetcar derailment

    DPW: Vehicle blocking tracks led to partial derailment of The Hop, Milwaukee’s streetcar

    MILWAUKEE — The Hop, Milwaukee’s streetcar, derailed on Monday, Jan. 13 near Broadway Street and St. Paul Avenue in an incident that began with a vehicle blocking the streetcar’s route. Officials said the derailment happened when the streetcar backed up to go a different way. “Well, I’m just thankful I wasn’t in it,” said Kevin Gumb, Hop rider. It was back to business as usual Tuesday, but many riders were still talking about what happened Monday evening. “It doesn’t deter […]

  • Port Milwaukee flooding

    Port Milwaukee prohibits public access to Jones Island due to ‘strong winds and high water’

    MILWAUKEE — Strong winds and high water forced Port Milwaukee officials to prohibit public access to Jones Island Saturday, Jan. 11, officials said in a press release, noting the unusual weather conditions led to flooding on all the major roadways at the port — and also at terminal buildings on Jones Island. Tenants at the port voluntarily halted their operations Saturday, officials said, and vessel arrivals scheduled for the next two days were already delayed because of conditions on Lake […]

  • ‘We need food:’ Shoppers swarm grocery stores, stocking up before winter bears down

    WEST BEND — Washington County is expected to get walloped by our winter storm this weekend — and that is making for quite the scene at grocery stores on Friday night, Jan. 10. It was a busy day for grocery store workers helping shoppers get stocked up on food and road salt for a weekend of winter weather and of course, Packers football. “I’m trying to get me some groceries before the Packers game and I’m trying to hurry up […]

  • ‘Always plan for the worst:’ SE Wisconsin preparing for weekend winter storm

    MILWAUKEE — FOX6 Weather Experts are predicting what could be the first significant ice and snow system to affect roads across southeastern Wisconsin in a while. Snow removal crews are already preparing. Right now, workers are keeping an eye on the forecast and giving it another day before setting more solid plans for how many trucks they’ll need on the roads this weekend. After a mild couple of months, some Wisconsinites are still not ready for snow. On the other […]

  • Fatal shooting near 42nd and Silver Spring

    ‘Happens every day:’ Some said they’re moving after fatal shooting near 42nd and Silver Spring

    MILWAUKEE — A 20-year-old man was killed in a shooting near 42nd Street and Silver Spring Drive on Wednesday morning, Jan. 8 — and with investigators combing the scene, three neighbors told FOX6 News the violence and crime in the area have gotten so bad — they’re out. It happened shortly before 10 a.m. Police quickly made an arrest as neighbors wondered what might have led to the violence. “This is a good block,” said Roderick Davis, neighbor. “Everybody knows everybody.” […]

  • ‘The local people are freaked out’ after a 6.4 magnitude quake rattles Puerto Rico

    MILWAUKEE — It is the worst earthquake some locals say they have ever experienced. Those living there have been on edge all day — worrying there could be more to come. Puerto Rico awoke to violent shaking just after 4 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 7 — causing homes and buildings to collapse. A disabled man was killed inside his home. At least eight others were injured. “I woke up. I was looking at the ceiling fan shake back and forth, […]

  • A complete loss: Hoppe Tree Service building in Town of Grafton destroyed by fire

    GRAFTON — The Hoppe Tree Service building in the Town of Grafton was engulfed in flames early Saturday morning, Jan. 4. Authorities said the glow of the blaze was visible from over a mile away. The Ozaukee County Sheriff’s Office received a call about a large fire on Arrowhead Road in the Town of Grafton — just east of I-43 — around 3:30 a.m. The Grafton Fire Department responded initially, but 12 other fire departments and two additional agencies were […]

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