I’m thrilled to be working in Wisconsin’s largest city! I joined the FOX6 news team as a reporter in June 2016.

Milwaukee is just a short 1.5 hours from home for me. I was born and raised in Madison, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a double major in journalism and gender and women’s studies.

Before coming to Milwaukee, I reported at TV stations in Wausau, Madison and as far away as Wichita, Kan. Some of the most memorable stories I’ve covered so far in my career include a mass shooting at Excel Industries in Hesston, Kan., the first-ever child sex trafficking case prosecuted in Marathon County, Wis. and the recall election of Gov. Scott Walker.

When I’m not chasing down the big story of the day, I’m likely playing with my two dogs: Raleigh, a chihuahua, and Juneau, a Siberian husky. They’re quite the duo! I’m also passionate about women’s issues and am an activist for survivors of domestic violence.

I enjoy covering viewers’ compelling stories most. If you have a story idea or just want to say “hi,” feel free to email me.


Recent Articles
  • Woman killed in apparent murder-suicide pressed charges against alleged suspect 1 week earlier 

    MILWAUKEE — FOX6 News is learning disturbing details about a murder-suicide investigation near 58th and Keefe Monday, March 18. Family and friends of the victim said she had been trying to get out of an abusive relationship with the suspect. Police identified the victim as Neyaka Oliver. Loved ones said the 27-year-old did everything she was supposed to do to break free from an abusive relationship, but it wasn’t enough. On Monday, Oliver was found dead near 58th and Keefe. […]

  • ‘An exciting opportunity:’ Foxconn says Wisconsin factory will be operational in 2020

    MOUNT PLEASANT — LCD screen production is one step closer to becoming a reality in Racine County. Foxconn Technology Group officials announced on Monday, March 18 that the manufacturing facility in Wisconsin will be producing liquid crystal display screens by the end of 2020, with construction starting later in 2019. “I think it’s huge,” said Racine County Executive Jonathan Delagrave. Delagrave applauded Foxconn’s announcement to bring 1,500 advanced manufacturing jobs to the area with its “Generation 6” factory in Mount […]

  • ‘We lost everything:’ Fond du Lac residents clean up homes, businesses after major flooding

    FOND DU LAC — Ice jams along the river in Fond du Lac caused major flooding in the area on Thursday, March 14. Hundreds of people were evacuated and roads were closed due to the mess. On Friday, March 15, clean-up efforts were underway. Fortunately, the water significantly receded after contractors removed those chunks of ice on the river and piled them up at the fair grounds — but the damage left behind to people’s homes and businesses is significant. […]

  • ‘I am begging you:’ Grandmother, city leaders desperate for Noelani Robinson’s safe return

    MILWAUKEE — After the arrest of her father on Wednesday, March 13, Milwaukee police on Thursday continued to search for 2-year-old Noelani Robinson. An Amber Alert was issued for the girl on Monday after her mother was murdered near 91st and Mill — allegedly by Noelani’s father, Dariaz Higgins. The district attorney on Tuesday filed charges against Higgins — first degree intentional homicide, use of a dangerous weapon and first degree recklessly endangering safety, use of a dangerous weapon. Prosecutors […]

  • MPD: Investigators receive numerous tips in search for Dariaz Higgins, Noelani Robinson

    MILWAUKEE — Two days after police say 2-year-old Noelani Robinson was abducted by her father, she is still missing. And her father, Dariaz Higgins, is a suspect in the murder of Noelani’s mother. Milwaukee police now say investigators have received numerous tips that they are pursuing. From social media posts to billboards, the search intensifies for little Noelani. Milwaukee police say Higgins, 34, took off with Noelani after fatally shooting her mother, Sierra Robinson. Court documents say Noelani had been […]

  • ‘I feel so sorry for her:’ Witness to homicide that prompted Amber Alert worries for 2-year-old

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police on Tuesday, March 12 confirmed the Amber Alert issued for 2-year-old Noelani Robinson was tied to the homicide of Sierra Robinson Monday, March 11 near 91st and Mill. Sierra Robinson, 24, Noelani’s mother, was found fatally shot shortly after 1 p.m. on Monday. The Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office has charged Dariaz Higgins with the fatal shooting of Sierra Robinson and wounding another. Higgins, 34, faces the following criminal charges: First degree intentional homicide, use of […]

  • Brew City business owners call 2020 DNC ‘an extraordinary opportunity for Milwaukee’

    MILWAUKEE — 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. Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez chose Milwaukee over Houston and Miami after deliberations lingered longer than party leaders or officials from the three finalist cities had expected. The convention, scheduled for July 13-16, 2020, will bring an unprecedented amount of money and attention […]

  • ‘Very scary:’ South Milwaukee PD investigates child enticement case involving 11-year-old girl

    SOUTH MILWAUKEE — The South Milwaukee Police Department is asking that citizens be alert for a child enticement suspect who approached an 11-year-old girl Thursday afternoon, March 7. According to police, around 3:45 p.m. the suspect drove up to the child in the area of Pine Street and Fairview Avenue — and told her that he was sent by her mother to pick her up. When the child questioned that, the suspect drove off. “Just hearing about it hit right […]

  • 30 days in HOC for James Ramsey-Guy for role in death of inmate Terrill Thomas

    MILWAUKEE — Former correctional officer James Ramsey-Guy on Thursday, March 7 was sentenced to serve 30 days in the House of Correction with Huber release on one misdemeanor count of obstructing an officer — in relation to the death of Terrill Thomas in 2016, who was an inmate at the Milwaukee County Jail. Ramsey-Guy pleaded no contest on Jan. 18 — a move which abruptly ended his trial on this matter. He previously faced one count of abuse of residents […]

  • Donna LaRue pleads not guilty, accused of embezzling more than $550K from St. Vincent de Paul

    SHEBOYGAN COUNTY — Donna LaRue appeared in Sheboygan County court on Wednesday, March 6 for a preliminary hearing and arraignment — and entered a plea of not guilty. LaRue, 60, is accused of embezzling more than $500,000 from St. Vincent de Paul, where she served as bookkeeper beginning in January 2009. She faces one count of theft-business setting over $100,000. In court on Wednesday, investigators testified she wrote more than 200 fraudulent checks in her employer’s name, and spent the […]

  • Brookfield couple accused of violating quarantine after possible exposure to measles, attorney weighs in

    BROOKFIELD — A Brookfield couple faces criminal charges after prosecutors said they knowingly violated a quarantine. Now, the couple’s attorney wants to set the record straight. Charges were filed against the man and woman on March 1, 2019. A criminal complaint said on May 1, 2018, a Waukesha County sheriff’s deputy pulled over Christine Bennett, 58, along Bluemound Road. In the passenger seat of the vehicle was her husband, Jeffery Murawski, 57. Documents showed officials with the Waukesha County Health […]

  • Dangerous cold, snow keeps 1st responders busy into March: ‘We’re done with winter’

    MILWAUKEE — Subzero temperatures prompted a wind chill advisory for all of southeast Wisconsin through 10 a.m. Monday, March 4. The high temperature for the day was 9°, and the low temperature -6° — with a record low of -6° set back in 2002. The FOX6 Weather Experts said we could expect a cold Monday night, dropping to about 1° by Tuesday morning, with wind chills of -15° to -20°. The dangerous cold was keeping paramedics busy. Officials with North […]

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