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
  • Covanta Environmental Solutions

    ‘Frustrated’ foodtown Mart owner says he’ll have to close due to smell coming from nearby plant

    MILWAUKEE — One business’ trash is another business’ problem. Those who live and work in the area near Covanta Environmental Solutions said a foul smell, highlighted by FOX6 News in May 2018, hasn’t improved. The waste company is believed to be the source of the smell. The owner of Foodtown Mart, across the street from Covanta in the area near 33rd Street and Villard Avenue, told FOX6 News Saturday, Nov. 9 the smell has caused a loss of business — […]

  • Tony Eager, Danielle Eager, Brayson Eager, Dayton Eager -- hit-and-run near 6th and Juneau

    Police: 2 children, mother, father struck by vehicle in hit-and-run outside Fiserv Forum

    MILWAUKEE — Two children and two adults were struck by a vehicle outside Fiserv Forum, near 6th Street and Juneau Avenue, on Saturday evening, Nov. 9. It happened around 6 p.m. Police said an 8-year-old boy, a 5-year-old boy, and their mother and father were struck by a silver Chevy Malibu with Texas plates headed westbound, which was making a left turn at the time. The family was walking eastbound towards 6th Street on Juneau to attend an event downtown. […]

  • Car, school bus collide at 60th and Melvina; 4 to 5 students taken to hospital

    MILWAUKEE — A crash involving a car and a Durham School Services school bus at 60th Street and Melvina Street on Friday night, Nov. 8 left “several” students injured, police said. According to police, 10 students were on the bus when the crash happened around 7 p.m. Officials with Durham said four or five of those 10 students were taken to the hospital by their parents. None had life-threatening injuries. A third vehicle was bumped by the initial collision. The […]

  • Milwaukee woman clings to life, left for dead in alley: ‘Dumped my mom like trash’

    MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee woman was found clinging to life in an alley under mysterious circumstances on the city’s north side. Catrina Miller is recovering from a significant bruise to her head and bleeding on the brain. She is unable to breathe on her own, according to her family. “She’s paralyzed on her right side,” said Chiquita Miller, Catrina’s daughter. Chiquita Miller said it makes no sense — why Catrina would be in an alley near her home off 35th […]

  • No wrecking balls for dozens of blighted Milwaukee homes, instead they will be deconstructed

    MILWAUKEE — The City of Milwaukee is starting to tackle the problem of blighted homes in a new way. Instead of taking a wrecking ball to the homes, people are being hired to take homes apart — so parts can be sold. “When you do a mechanical demolition, all of this beautiful lumber is thrown in a landfill,” said Milwaukee Alderman Bob Bauman. Bauman came up with the idea to hire people who live near the blighted home to tear […]

  • Oostburg man accused of making terrorist threat on social media: ‘It did provoke a disturbance’

    OOSTBURG — An Oostburg man accused of making threats of terrorism to local schools went before a judge in Sheboygan County on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 6. 22-year-old Aaron Mauer is charged with making a terrorist threat and disorderly conduct for a Snapchat story picture prosecutors say he posted for Halloween. “He had a friend take a picture of him in dressed in a quote-unquote costume,” said Brock Peters, Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Deputy. The Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Office is not yet […]

  • Hit-and-run near Florist and Teutonia

    Police: Man turned himself in after hit-and-run that left boys ages 6, 4, seriously hurt

    MILWAUKEE — A man turned himself in Tuesday, Nov. 5 after a hit-and-run crash Monday night near Florist Avenue and Teutonia Avenue that left two boys, ages 6 and 4, seriously hurt. Police said a man, 25, was in custody. The striking vehicle was recovered. “Your heart just drops, and you think, ‘Oh no, not again,'” said MPD Captain Heather Wurth at the scene Monday night. Both boys were taken to Children’s Wisconsin. Police said they suffered serious, substantial injuries […]

  • Trick-or-treating postponed due to snow

    ‘Definitely chilly:’ Kids turned out in droves after Mother Nature postponed trick-or-treating

    SOUTH MILWAUKEE — Snow on Halloween 2019 postponed trick-or-treating in many communities, and there was a huge turnout Saturday, Nov. 2 — with kids not about to miss out on their candy. The weather wasn’t all that much better than it was on Thursday, Oct. 31, when several inches of snow fell. Trick-or-treaters had to bundle up and deal with a wintry mix on Saturday. “Trick-or-treating was good,” said Caleb Scott, who dressed as a ninja. “We got some king-sized […]

  • ‘They’re 100 percent illegal:’ Police discover dead alligator in Milwaukee alley

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police investigated a disturbing discovery on Halloween night. Someone discovered a dead alligator in an alley along N. Sherman Boulevard — just a few blocks south of Capitol Drive. “It’s very weird,” said Blake Campbell, who found the dead alligator. “Noticed a strange smell.” The American alligator was found frozen inside a plastic storage bin. “I turned around. It was a dead alligator in a bin, just laying in the bin stinking,” Campbell said. Campbell said the […]

  • ‘It was bad:’ Boy who survived hit-and-run crash at 22nd and Center is home from hospital

    MILWAUKEE — The 10-year-old boy who survived a hit-and-run crash at 22nd and Center in Milwaukee came home from the hospital on Thursday, Oct. 31. His two young cousins who were also hit did not survive. Drevyze Rayford is on his way to making a full recovery. But the emotional trauma he suffered will take much longer to heal. “It was bad because my stomach was hurting and my foot was hurting,” Rayford said. After a long week at Children’s […]

  • Prosecutors get 72-hour extension to gather evidence against suspect in fatal hit-and-run crash

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee County prosecutors were granted a 72-hour extension on Wednesday, Oct. 30 to hold 19-year-old Daetwan Robinson, a suspect in the fatal hit-and-run crash that happened at 22nd Street and Center Street Thursday, Oct. 24. Robinson is not charged in the case at this time — and is presumed innocent. Milwaukee police said “several persons of interest” were in custody after the hit-and-run crash. Two girls, 4-year-old Amea Gee and 6-year-old Alisa Gee, died from injuries suffered in […]

  • Child suffers life-threatening injuries, struck by vehicle near 95th and Brown Deer Road

    Police: Child suffers life-threatening injuries, struck by vehicle at 95th and Brown Deer

    MILWAUKEE — A child was struck by a vehicle near 95th Street and Brown Deer Road in Milwaukee on Saturday evening, Oct. 26 — suffering life-threatening injuries. It was the second incident involving children in two days. On Thursday, Oct. 24, three children were struck and one was killed near 22nd Street and Center Street. The incident Saturday happened around 7:30 p.m., as rain fell. Police said the driver struck the child while they were crossing the roadway. The child […]

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