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I am the hometown girl here at FOX6 and I couldn’t be happier about it! I’ve been a member of the FOX6 Wakeup team since September of 2004.

Born and raised in Menomonee Falls, I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. “Go Badgers!”

My first job in television news was in Idaho Falls, Idaho. I also worked at a station in Springfield, Missouri before earning the opportunity to come home and cover news in Milwaukee.

Recent Articles
  • National Adoption Month: Learn more about families touched by foster care, adoption

    MILWAUKEE — November is National Adoption Month. In Milwaukee, that gives organizations like the Coalition for Children, Youth and Families an opportunity to speak about their mission and the work they do with families touched by foster care and/or adoption. FOX6’s Nicole Koglin recently had the opportunity to sit down with a Milwaukee family which knows first hand how very important a support network can be for growing families who are learning about each other as they go.

  • 32 artists featured in Fiserv Forum’s extensive collection

    MILWAUKEE — After 1,200 submissions, the Milwaukee Bucks selected just 32 artists to display their work at  Fiserv Forum. Of those 32, 22 artists have ties to Wisconsin. The collection features 79 original artworks and 43 photographs. The Bucks, along with Sports and the Arts, helped to showcase some of the state’s most creative talents. Charly Palmers’ art is on display outside Suite 13. He’s a Milwaukee native who now lives in Atlanta. His two pieces are entitled, “Hard Pressed” and […]

  • Big Gig: A fest that has evolved over its 49 years

    MILWAUKEE — It’s always fun to watch our beautiful lakefront come alive and celebrate summer during the 11-day run of Summerfest. Those grounds have evolved over the years. 1970 was the first year Summerfest was held at the now Henry Maier Festival Park. At that time, it was only on 15 acres of land and was a far cry from what we call Summerfest today. In 1973, Summerfest officials announced they were planning to spend $1 million on permanent stages and […]

  • “We love our heroes:” Wisconsin company using metal art to honor heroes

    MANITOWOC – A new program is honoring heroes in a unique way. A Manitowoc business is creating pieces of artwork for people all over the country, and you can nominate someone to get one. Metal Art of Wisconsin started in the home of Shane Henderson. “Metal Art of Wisconsin started in my garage as a father and son project with me and my son,” Henderson said. Henderson is the owner of Metal Art of Wisconsin. The company creates metal and […]

  • “We just loved the entire idea of it:” Honor students cook dinner for guests at Fisher House Wisconsin

    MILWAUKEE — The smell and taste of a home cooked meal can provide a sense of comfort — especially when someone is going through a tough time. With that in mind, a group of teens put on their aprons and whipped up dinner at Fisher House Wisconsin. “We are cooking a meal for the families of the veterans that attend the VA Hospital,” explained Anna Wyson, a senior at Arrowhead High School. The group of honor students from Arrowhead High School […]

  • Indian Trail students’ winning ‘Dose of Reality’ PSA airs during ‘Empire:’ “I was very proud”

    KENOSHA — If you watched “Empire” on Wednesday night, April 12th, you likely saw a new public service announcement on FOX6. The Kenosha students behind the video entered and won a contest put on by FOX6 and the Wisconsin Department of Justice as part of our “Dose of Reality” partnership. The Kenosha 10th graders said they hope their peers hear an important message loud and clear: Don’t abuse prescription painkillers. Sandra Bleser, a multimedia teacher at Indian Trail High School and […]

  • Man with ALS given the gift of mobility, thanks to company in New Berlin: “I feel really blessed”

    NEW BERLIN — A man diagnosed with ALS is getting a helping hand this Christmas. He’s been given the gift of mobility, thanks to a company in New Berlin. He now moves with ease throughout his home, so you’d never know Frank McRae is dealing with a life-altering disease. “I was diagnosed with ALS just a year ago. A week before Christmas last year,” McRae said. McRae uses a walker to stay active. “They stress mostly quality of life — […]

  • “I was able to have the final days with him:” Grandson by grandfather’s side with help from the Fisher House

    MILWAUKEE — When a loved one is in the hospital, you want nothing more than to be by their side. For some, distance makes that extremely difficult, but there’s a place in Milwaukee that’s giving military families a home away from home. With World War II well underway, Milton Nicholas Brown joined the Army. He served overseas in Germany. “He did not fight on the front lines, but he did serve helping people,” explained Brown’s grandson, Brian Johnson. After his service, […]

  • “You might hear a little bit of noise today!” Nicole Koglin finds that Seattle’s 12th Man’s the real deal!

    SEATTLE (WITI) — The green and gold not shining too brightly in Seattle Sunday night, January 18th after the Green Bay Packers fell to the Seattle Seahawks in overtime in the NFC title game. The defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks are headed back to the big game — and the Packers? Done for the season! It was an emotional roller-coaster ride for Packers fans, as they watched their team, up 16-0 at halftime lose in overtime. But FOX6’s Nicole Koglin […]

  • Nicole Koglin hits Seattle streets, fans loud and proud to be “12th man” on team

    SEATTLE (WITI) — Seattle is famous for its fervent fan support of its team. FOX6’s Nicole Koglin talked to some of those crazed supporters ahead of Sunday’s NFC Championship Game match-up. Out in Seattle they are loud, proud and not shy at all! “12th man” is the nickname given to Seattle fans because they claim they are so loud, it effects the game. The number 12 can be seen on flags, jerseys, signs, and anything else they can put a number […]

  • Football fans and fish spark a lot of smack talk at Seattle’s Pike Place Market

    SEATTLE (WITI) — Seattle fans are talking smack before the big game this weekend. FOX6’s Nicole Koglin found some folks feeling a little green in Seattle’s Pike Place Market. At the Pike Place Market, there are a lot of fresh fish, a lot of fresh flowers and a ton of Seahawks fans. And these Seahawks fans mean business — but bring up the big game and more than fish start flying. “Enjoy the city, catch some fish, I’m sorry about […]

  • Nicole Koglin visits Seattle’s Pike Place Fish Market; tries her hand at “catching” some fish!

    SEATTLE (WITI) — In addition to CenturyLink Field — where the Green Bay Packers face the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks this Sunday, January 18th — there’s one place in Seattle every Packers fan must visit — the famous “Pike Place Market.” Pike Place Market is a public market overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront in downtown Seattle. The Market opened August 17, 1907, and is one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers’ markets in the United States. When […]

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