I joined the FOX6 News team as a digital producer in August 2014.

Born and raised in Wausau, I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in communications with a double emphasis in public relations and electronic media from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in 2012. “Go Pack Go!”

Before coming to Milwaukee, I worked my way from a production assistant to audio operator at WFRV-TV Channel 5, to video editor and writer at FOX11-WLUK in Green Bay.

My job duties at FOX6 News include producing and posting interactive content to FOX6Now.com and running our social media pages including Facebook and Twitter.

In my spare time, you can catch me riding my bicycle, attending local music shows, crafting, or perhaps devouring a giant pretzel at one of Milwaukee’s awesome beer gardens!

I am very passionate about my job and am truly proud to be the person who brings you your news via FOX6Now.com.

Recent Articles
  • Portillo’s celebrates National Hot Dog Week with 2 for $5 hot dogs 🌭🌭

    MILWAUKEE — It’s a doggone good deal at Portillo’s to celebrate National Hot Dog Week. From July 16 through 22 only, Portillo’s is offering two hot dogs for $5 at all of its locations nationwide. Celebrate National Hot Dog Week (July 16th-22nd) & get two hot dogs for only $5 at all Portillo's locations: https://t.co/pcjrojBAuQ pic.twitter.com/DXrVyclKHt — Portillo's (@portilloshotdog) July 16, 2018 The two for $5 promotion is available for dine-in, drive-thru, and online orders, including delivery. The deal does […]

  • Brickworld Lego creations coming to Wisconsin State Fair Park this summer

    WEST ALLIS — Lego lovers, get ready. This summer, Brickworld is bringing giant Lego creations to the Wisconsin State Fair Park. From medieval castles to futuristic space stations, the two-day event will fill 32,000 square feet with displays, interactive activities and vendors. According to a news release, displays include movie scenes, replicas of real-world buildings, recreations of famous paintings and, of course, an incarnation of the Great Ball Contraption Rube Goldberg machine and trains. “Brickworld is designed to inspire creativity and […]

  • Police release ‘pug shot’ to find owner of runaway dog

    CAPE MAY, N.J. — Police reunited a runaway pug with her owner after a mug shot — now dubbed “pug shot” — went viral. New Jersey pug named Bean, was caught by police sneaking through yards and was sent straight to the slammer! The Cape May Police Department released the “pugmug” of Bean to their Facebook page, along with the caption: “This is what happens when you run away from home.” It seems the department had some fun while Bean was […]

  • Las Vegas police release dashcam video of deadly shootout with murder suspects

    LAS VEGAS — Dramatic dashcam video shows a shootout between Las Vegas Metro police and a runaway vehicle with two murder suspects inside. Police responded to a car wash on July 11, for a report of a person shot multiple times. The victim was taken to a hospital where he died. Las Vegas Metro police say the shooting suspect fled the area in a vehicle driven by another man. Hours later, the vehicle was spotted by police and a pursuit […]

  • Dodge County sheriff: 2 dead after head-on crash on State Highway 19

    DODGE COUNTY — Two people were killed in a head-on crash in Dodge County on Friday, July 13. According to the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office, around 4 p.m. two vehicles collided head-on on State Highway 19 near North Street in the Township of Portland — about one mile east of Waterloo. Both drivers were pronounced dead at the scene. They have been identified as Kaley Gray, 21, from Waterloo, and Jose Perez-Martinez, 28, from Waterloo. There were no passengers in either […]

  • Former Bucks star Jabari Parker plays game of pickup in Bay View

    MILWAUKEE — He may be leaving for Chicago but before that big announcement, former Bucks’ Jabari Parker was spotted playing a game of hoops with local residents in Milwaukee’s Bay View neighborhood. Parker tipped off fans to the game Thursday, July 12 by sharing a picture on his Instagram with the caption: “2372 S Logan Ave Milwaukee, WI 53207 United States.” 2372 S Logan Ave Milwaukee, WI 53207 United States A post shared by Jabari Parker (@jabariparker) on Jul 12, […]

  • Watch: Fond du Lac Police Department joins the lip sync battle

    FOND DU LAC — The Fond du Lac Police Department has set the tone — and the notes — for a southeast Wisconsin lip sync battle. You may have seen the videos circling online showing police departments across the country challenging other officials to sing along to popular songs. Fond du Lac police is now in on the fun. Shared on the department’s Facebook page Friday, July 13 two officers sang “Rewrite the Stars” from the 2017 movie musical “The […]

  • Tammy Mann, person of interest after baby abandoned in Milwaukee, taken into custody

    MILWAUKEE — Police announced Thursday, July 12 Tammy Mann, a person of interest in connection to a baby boy who was abandoned near Sherman and Hampton, has been taken into custody. The child was left on a doorstep around 2:30 a.m. on July 3. “He didn’t have on no clothes. He just had on a Pamper. The Pamper bag was on the steps with him along with the car seat — but no food, no parent or nobody with him, […]

  • Harley-Davidson Museum celebrates 10-year anniversary

    MILWAUKEE — The Harley-Davidson Museum in downtown Milwaukee is celebrating its tenth birthday! The museum opened its doors on Thursday, July 12 back in 2008. A party kicked off at Bike Night, featuring ten years of museum trivia, live music by The Radio Wranglers, a Milwaukee Fire Department Boat Show, and fireworks. PHOTO GALLERY The party lasts all weekend on 6th and Canal, with plenty of other activities planned for the birthday weekend. Harley-Davidson is also prepping for its 115-year […]

  • Blood donations encouraged as BloodCenter of Wisconsin runs critically low

    MILWAUKEE — The BloodCenter of Wisconsin is making an emergency plea for help. In a news release Tuesday, July 10, BCW officials said after the holiday, blood donations are at a critically low level. For some blood types they have less than a half-day supply. The BCW especially needs those with blood type O. “During the summer donations actually go down. Probably ten percent or more, and that’s not sustainable over a month’s period of time,”S aid Jerry Gottschall, BloodCenter of […]

  • Governor Walker orders flags lowered in honor of Capt. Cory Barr

    MILWAUKEE — Governor Scott Walker on Thursday, July 12 ordered flags to half-staff through Saturday, July 14 in honor of Captain Cory Barr of the Sun Prairie Volunteer Fire Department. Capt. Barr died after a natural gas explosion in downtown Sun Prairie on Tuesday, July 10. Governor Walker also released the following statement recognizing Captain Barr. “Captain Cory Barr dedicated his life to protecting his community. Cory’s memory and legacy of selflessness and service will live on through his wife, […]

  • Marquette University PD: Bike thefts on the rise

    MILWAUKEE — Marquette University police have issued a warning after recently seeing an increase in bike thefts. The department tweeted the alert on Tuesday, July 10 along with a photo of police K-9 Nattie, being a good girl showing off the suggested U-lock system to safely secure your bike. We have seen an increase in bike thefts recently. Please remember to lock up your bike with a U-lock, like the one pictured with Nattie. Cable locks are easily cut. Always […]