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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
  • Manitowoc police warn about distracted driving after video shows dramatic crash

    MANITOWOC — A dramatic crash captured on video in Manitowoc has police reminding everyone about the dangers of distracted driving. The crash happened on Sunday, Sept. 8 near North Rapids Road and Waldo Boulevard. Video shows a white SUV drive through a red light, and a black car hits it from the side in the middle of the intersection. The impact from the crash caused the SUV to roll. Police said the occupants inside the SUV were trapped. Thanks to […]

  • Meijer, ALDI join growing list of retailers asking customers to not openly carry guns in stores

    MILWAUKEE — Meijer and ALDI have joined the growing list of retailers to ask customers not to openly carry guns in their stores. Both companies made the announcement on Twitter on Monday, Sept. 9. Meijer said the open display of firearms makes customers and employees feel unsafe. The safety of our customers and team members is our top priority, so we respectfully request that our customers do not open carry firearms at Meijer. We’ve made this decision because open carry […]

  • Top Halloween costume ideas for 2019 👻🎃

    MILWAUKEE — Halloween is around the corner, and that means people are looking for the hottest Halloween costumes of the season. Pinterest shared their “Pinfrieghts Halloween report,” predicting the most popular outfits you’ll see in 2019. This year, Pinterest says many are getting inspired by their favorite TV shows, throwbacks, and pop culture moments. Single costumes Alien +659% Gwen Stacy +446% (From Spiderman: Into the Spider-verse) Elton John +442% (From Rocketman) Space cowboy +359% Freddie Mercury +145% (From Queen) Top […]

  • Bullet grazes nail salon owner during fight between 3 women in Wauwatosa

    WAUWATOSA — The owner of a Wauwatosa nail salon was grazed by a bullet after a fight broke out inside Ly Ly Nails & Spa near Mayfair Road and Center Street. Customers had to put their pampering plans on hold while police closed the salon to investigate Saturday afternoon, Sept. 7. “I can’t believe it,” said Reuneq Kaur, customer. “I feel bad for him. I hope they’re OK. I really hope they’re OK,” said Takaya Rice, customer. Police say two […]

  • 24-year-old man shot, killed in argument near 28th and Wright

    MILWAUKEE — A 24-year-old Milwaukee man is dead following a shooting that stemmed from an argument near 28th and Wright on Saturday, Sept. 7. The call to police came in just before 4:30 p.m. Police told FOX6 News the victim was transported from the scene to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office responded to the scene. Milwaukee police are working to identify the suspect(s) involved in the shooting. The investigation is ongoing.

  • Outpost Natural Foods lays off employees following salmonella scare

    MILWAUKEE — Outpost Natural Foods is laying off some employees following a salmonella scare. The grocery store location in Bay View says, since the possible contamination was discovered on Aug. 23, there have been no reports of illnesses. More tests were done and no new traces of salmonella have been found. All food and meat processing at the central kitchen facility still is on hold at this time. Outpost Natural Foods General Manager Pam Mehnert, released a statement reading in […]

  • Brewers fan battling sepsis gets surprise hospital visit from infielder Hernán Pérez

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Brewers infielder Hernán Pérez surprised a fan being cared for at Ascension Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital on Saturday, Sept. 7. Sixty-seven-year-old Luis Rivera-Soto is a cancer survivor, his family tells FOX6 News. He’s undergone several surgeries and has had a feeding tube for the past several years. Family says Rivera-Soto continues to have health complications and is frequently in and out of the ICU. This week, Rivera-Soto was hit with the news that he has sepsis, a life-threatening […]

  • Cudahy parents sentenced for role in 15-year-old girl’s torture case

    MILWAUKEE COUNTY — A Cudahy couple found guilty of child abuse learned their fate on Friday, Sept. 6. Kevin Boon-Bey was sentenced to six years in prison with five years of extended supervision. Felicia Boon was sentenced to seven years in prison with five years of extended supervision. Both were facing six felonies related to child abuse. Their 15-year-old daughter says she was beaten, starved and held captive at times. She also testified the mother instructed other children in the […]

  • Stevens Point police K-9 Luna dies from multiple organ failure

    STEVENS POINT — The Stevens Point Police Department is mourning the loss of one of their own after announcing the death of a K-9 officer Wednesday, Sept. 4. K-9 Luna suffered multiple seizures on Monday, Sept. 2 and was hospitalized in Appleton for toxin ingestion. A report says Luna may have ingested a poisonous mushroom. Stevens Point police say Luna took a turn for the worse Wednesday morning and passed away. The department wrote in part: “It is with profound […]

  • Milwaukee police: 40-year-old man injured in shooting near 39th and Lancaster

    MILWAUKEE — A 40-year-old man was hurt in an early-morning shooting near 39th and Lancaster on Wednesday, Sept. 4. Milwaukee police were called to the scene shortly after 5 a.m. Police say the 40-year-old victim suffered non-life threatening injuries and was taken to a local hospital for treatment. Officials are seeking an unknown suspect. The shooting remains under investigation.

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    Thirsty Beaver bar burglary suspect jumps into lake fleeing police

    BEAVER DAM — Officials say a 20-year-old man broke into the Thirsty Beaver bar in Beaver Dam early Wednesday, Sept. 4 and then jumped into the nearby lake while fleeing from police. Officers were dispatched to an alarm coming from the tavern located on Madison Street around 5:30 a.m. Officials arrived within two minutes, and found a suspicious man wearing a mask outside the bar. The suspect fled and briefly entered Beaver Dam Lake. Beaver Dam police established a perimeter […]

  • Man charged with dumping 2-month-old daughter’s body in Kenosha field

    KENOSHA — A 36-year-old Kenosha man has been charged in connection with the death of his 2-month-old daughter who,  investigators believe, was abandoned in a field. Officials say Hezile Frison had a telling web search history including, “What type of wild animals are found in Kenosha,” and “What is the only way a parent can not go to jail if a baby dies.” Frison was charged with the following on Friday, Aug. 30: Failure to report death of child, repeater, […]

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