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Like the time, talent and effort that goes into an intricate quilt, Suzanne Spencer lives that philosophy through her in-depth reporting as a journalist, giving careful attention to every detail of the storytelling process.

Before moving to Wisconsin, Suzanne began her career at WSBT-TV in South Bend, Indiana as a multimedia journalist covering northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan. She quickly moved up through the ranks and was promoted to the 10/11PM anchor and special projects reporter.

While she was there, she was honored for her work by the Associated Press. She won first place in best feature, and other awards for best series and best continuing coverage.

Suzanne reported on several big stories, like a shooting that left two bailiffs dead at a Michigan courthouse and a corruption case against a local sheriff. In a special report, Suzanne uncovered female veterans in northern Indiana don’t have access to a gynecologic provider.

Suzanne’s heart beats for the human connections in her reports, while keeping her curious nature at the forefront of her journalist duties.

She grew up in Lafayette, Indiana and graduated from DePauw University in Greencastle where she was an English Writing major. She lives in Milwaukee with her husband, where she attempts to cook, sew and enjoys trying new restaurants.

She’s thrilled to join the FOX6 team and bring you meaningful stories that impact you and your families.

Suzanne would love to hear from you! Send her story tips at Suzanne.spencer@fox6now.com, find her on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/suzannespencertv/ or on Twittter at @suzspencertv.


Recent Articles
  • ‘Enjoy the memories:’ Fans gets fired up for Game 5 in packed Deer District

    MILWAUKEE — In the Deer District — located outside Fiserv Forum — fans were spilling into the streets to watch the Milwaukee Bucks vs. Toronto Raptors in Game 5 Thursday night, May 23. “I had to bring this to sit so I didn’t have to stand the whole time. It’s a long game,” said Elexis Colon, brought chair to watch game. It seems everyone made it to the Deer District. “Definitely because of how packed it gets here and make […]

  • Mohamad-Faruk Mohamad-Salim, Alexander Htoo, Eh Hser

    Prosecutors: Teen fired shots that injured father during attempted robbery last December

    MILWAUKEE — A 17-year-old boy was charged Tuesday, May 21 in connection with a shooting that happened during an attempted armed robbery near 13th and Windlake in December 2018.  He was 16 at the time of the shooting, and is one of three facing charges in the case. According to prosecutors, he was the shooter. Mohamad-Faruk Mohamad-Salim of Milwaukee faces the following charges: Conspiracy to commit burglary of a dwelling/boat with person present, use of a dangerous weapon First degree […]

  • Andrew Muraski

    ‘Lucky kid:’ Boy thrilled to spend 8th birthday cheering on the Bucks outside Fiserv Forum

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Bucks fans packed the Deer District on a chilly Tuesday night, May 21 — hoping for a win in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals vs. the Toronto Raptors. It was a big day for the Bucks and 8-year-old Andrew. “It’s Andrew’s eighth birthday! We were down here the other night and asked him where he wanted to go and he said he wanted to come back down to the Bucks arena,” said Andrew Muraski, father. […]

  • Paintball gun fired at driver near 30th and Lisbon; nearby barbershop hit

    ‘I’ve been shot:’ Paintball gun fired at driver near 30th and Lisbon; nearby barbershop hit

    MILWAUKEE — In late spring 2018, Milwaukee police were investigating 65 paintball shootings in five days across the city. Another incident happened Sunday, May 19, and while police said it didn’t appear to be connected to the rash of shootings last spring, they were looking for the person who fired the shots. It was just about rush hour when the real rush came from the vehicle next to the 47-year-old man FOX6 News spoke with Monday, May 20. “When I […]

  • Vigil in D.C. for fallen officers -- Charles Irvine Jr., Michael Michalski

    ‘Hate the reason we’re here:’ Irvine Jr., Michalski among 371 names read at vigil for fallen law enforcement

    WASHINGTON — The names of Milwaukee Police Officers Charles Irvine Jr. and Michael Michalski were read aloud Monday evening, May 13 during a candlelight vigil honoring fallen law enforcement in Washington, D.C. — during National Police Week (May 12-18). Officer Irvine Jr. lost his life in June 2018 in a crash near 76th and Silver Spring Drive during a police pursuit. Officer Michalski was shot and killed in July 2018 during a search for a wanted suspect near 25th and […]

  • Police Unity Tour

    ‘We’ve lost a lot:’ MPD officers, part of Police Unity Tour, arrive in DC to honor fallen comrades

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Police Officer Charles Irvine Jr. and Milwaukee Police Officer Michael Michalski are being honored in Washington, D.C. during National Police Week (May 12-18). On Sunday, May 12, it was raining and packed as the fallen officers’ families received a special gift from officers from across the state. “It’s been a rough couple months,” said Milwaukee Police Officer Erin Tischer. “It just means a lot to have support of the fellow officers and pay our respects the best […]

  • 15-year-old on the run after fatally shooting 15-year-old girl in Kenosha

    KENOSHA — A manhunt is on for a 15-year-old wanted in connection to a shooting that left a 15-year-old dead and her 39-year-old mother seriously injured. Police say Martice Fuller had a relationship with the 15-year-old girl he killed — now identified as Kaylie Juga. Fuller may be armed with a firearm and is considered dangerous. Police say do not attempt to confront him. With Fuller on the run, neighbors are left on edge. “It’s a scary feeling when someone […]

  • Fire near Farwell and Curtis

    MFD: 2-alarm fire at home near Farwell and Curtis believed to be arson

    MILWAUKEE — Firefighters were called out to the area near Farwell and Curtis on Milwaukee’s east side for a two-alarm fire Tuesday night, May 7. Thankfully, there were no injuries. MFD officials on Thursday, May 9 confirmed the fire appeared to have been arson. A petroleum-based liquid was found at the scene, and there was carpet burned in the front living room along with vandalism to the furnace. MFD officials said first responders found fire on all floors of the […]

  • ‘It’s all about your perspective:’ Milwaukee Beer Barrel Bowlers take up blind bowling

    WEST ALLIS — It’s a cool Friday night outside Burnham Bowling Alley in West Allis, and inside bowlers are lacing up their shoes as they’ve done many times. On lane one, Justin Greenwood, 37, affectionately goes by the “loud guy,” as his cheers echo throughout the bowling alley. “When I’m not there, they’re like, ‘where’s Justin, where’s that loud guy?’” he smiled. Greenwood is one of nearly 50 bowlers part of the Milwaukee Beer Barrels league that’s been around since […]

  • Fans celebrate win in Game 5 for Milwaukee Bucks

    ‘Clinching Game 5:’ Problems with digital systems at Fiserv Forum didn’t put a damper on fun for fans

    MILWAUKEE — Fans were eager to see how Game 5 would go for the Milwaukee Bucks vs. the Boston Celtics Wednesday night, May 8 at Fiserv Forum — hopeful the Bucks would clinch a spot in the Eastern Conference Finals. Some fans experienced some problems at Fiserv Forum, where officials confirmed there were issues with the digital systems, and were working through them. A spokesman issued this statement: “At about 6:30 tonight our ticketing system experienced an outage. We worked […]

  • ‘I know who did it:’ Children seek justice after father found murdered on New Year’s Eve 2018

    MILWAUKEE — Two siblings who lost their father on New Year’s Eve 2018 have one wish for 2019. “I believe I know who did it,” said Alfonzo Lee, Anthony Lee’s son. Alfonso Lee and his sister Ardrina Johnson spoke with FOX6 News Tuesday, May 7 at 41st and Good Hope, four months after their father’s death. “One day you think that person is there, and they gone,” said Johnson. Anthony Lee, 56, took his last breath at an apartment complex […]

  • Police Unity Tour

    ‘Hard to be there:’ Officers prepare for ‘Unity Tour,’ honoring fallen Officers Irvine, Michalski

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Police Department lost three officers, killed in the line of duty, in eight months’ time. Officer Charles Irvine Jr. and Officer Michael Michalski, who lost their lives in June and July 2018, will be honored in Washington, D.C. during National Police Week (May 12-18). FOX6 News on Monday, May 6 caught up with Milwaukee police officers preparing for a 300-mile bike ride to Washington D.C. Nearly 54 of those bikes from several law enforcement agencies were […]

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