I have been at FOX6 since September 1990 and have enjoyed every minute of it.

Growing up in West Bend, I never would have believed that I would get the chance to cover events such as Super Bowls and Final Fours and Major League playoff games and NASCAR events as a Milwaukee sportscaster. In between, there have been so many feature stories with folks who excel far from the spotlight.

With continually evolving technology, there are more and more exciting ways to share those stories. This job is never the same from day to day, which is one of the reasons it is so much fun.

Thanks for letting me be a part of your viewing experience.


Recent Articles
  • Milwaukee Brewers: All-Star Game 2019 (PHOTO: Milwaukee Brewers)

    ‘It’s an honor:’ Brewers’ Yelich, Grandal, Hader, Moustakas, Woodruff head to Cleveland for All-Star Game

    CLEVELAND — Milwaukee Brewers players were headed for Cleveland Sunday, July 7 for the 2019 All-Star Game Tuesday, July 9 at Progressive Field in Cleveland. “It’s an honor to start to be selected to an All-star game an all star team,” said Mike Moustakas, infielder. Christian Yelich was the leading positional vote getter, and was set to start in the outfield. Yelich on Sunday confirmed he dropped out of the Home Run Derby with back issues, but as of Sunday, […]

  • Elementary school students sign national anthem ahead of Brewers game

    MILWAUKEE — Baseball is known for it’s sign language. The catcher gives a sign to the pitcher, the coaches give signs to the players. But one night, the signing started even before the game. “I got to sign the national anthem at the Brewers game,” said Gavin Neison, Lowell Elementary School 3rd grader. Students from Lowell Elementary School in Waukesha signed the national anthem at the Milwaukee Brewers game. “It was a lot of fun,” said Ava Strzyzewski, Lowell Elementary […]

  • ‘Tremendous opportunity:’ Senior Bucks basketball team is proud to represent Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE — One Milwaukee basketball team is proving that you are never too old to get better, and that you are never too old to teach. The Senior Bucks basketball team practices at and represents Milwaukee’s Northside YMCA. The team hails from Milwaukee, but recently represented the whole state of Wisconsin. “We’re set, we’re ready, we want to carry on the Bucks, man,” said Walt Love. “We are the senior Bucks, so we are going to do our thing. It’s going […]

  • IndyCar race at Road America

    Experiencing IndyCar racing: Get a feel for what it’s like at the track 

    PLYMOUTH — For many of us, the phrase “duties as assigned” describes our work responsibilities. Occasionally, that means being assigned something that is a brand new experience. So what do you get when you’re at an IndyCar race at Road America? That’s what FOX6 Photojournalist Vanshay Murdock went to find out. “First of all, when you know somebody, it’s even better. The drivers are approachable. I’m not sure with the NBA or the NFL, it is hard for you to […]

  • Rookie LB Ty Summers ‘ready to work’ to prove he belongs on Green Bay Packers roster

    GREEN BAY — There’s a Green Bay Packers rookie who was very accustomed to being the big man on campus both in high school and college. Now, he’s focused on just being a man on Green Bay’s roster. Having pushed hard since being drafted by the Packers in April, Ty Summers said he was looking forward to a summer break, with no structured football activities until training camp in late July. “It’s going to be good. It’s going to be […]

  • Lacrosse vs. cancer

    Lacrosse vs. cancer: Hartland and Mukwonago high schools team up to fight deadly disease

    HARTLAND/MUKWONAGO — High school sports teams put in work and practice to go out and defeat each other. FOX6 News found one sport where the squads teamed up to work together to try and defeat a deadly disease that affects nearly everyone. They are high school rivals on the field, but the girls lacrosse teams in the Classic 8 Conference banded together this season in the fight against childhood cancer. “Just one of those things — really heartwarming to see […]

  • Robin Yount, Bob Uecker

    Bob Uecker was Robin Yount’s special guest as Yount received the ‘Citizen Support for the Armed Forces’ award

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Brewers great and Hall of Famer Robin Yount was back in Milwaukee to receive a special honor from the Milwaukee Armed Services Committee and his guest helped create a fun and memorable evening. For his contributions to and support of the annual Armed Forces Week in Milwaukee, Yount received the “Citizen Support for the Armed Forces” award. “To know what these people have done in their lives to make our country so great, I don’t even, I […]

  • Bart and Cherry Starr

    ‘The best of men:’ Packers legend Bart Starr honored at memorial service in Alabama

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — A celebration of life event was held Sunday, June 9 for the late Green Bay Packers legend Bart Starr. Starr passed away on May 26 at the age of 85. In 1956, Starr took his talents to Green Bay, winning five championships with the Packers, including the first two Super Bowls ever played. He was named MVP for both. The celebration of life event brought together family members, friends, teammates, former and current Packers players and fans. […]

  • Bart and Cherry Starr

    ‘I lost a great friend:’ Paul Hornung reflects on Bart Starr’s legacy ahead of Alabama ‘celebration of life’ event

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Bart Starr was more than just one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history. On Sunday, June 9, family members, friends, teammates, and fans were set to gather in Birmingham, Alabama to celebrate Starr’s life. Starr died on May 26 at the age of 85. “Celebrating the Legacy of Bart Starr” will take place from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, June 9, at the Wright Center, Samford University. Paul Hornung played with Starr, one of […]

  • State’s brightest stars shine at 8th annual Wisconsin Sports Awards in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE —  It is not the NBA finals, but there was another big event taking place at Fiserv Forum on Thursday, June 6. They are the annual Wisconsin Sports Awards. FOX6’s Tim Van Vooren was there — checking out the biggest and brightest sports stars in the state.

  • ‘Feeling really confident:’ Packers may lean on defense in upcoming NFL season

    GREEN BAY — Year after year, the Green Bay Packers have a strong offense and they hope to get enough to the other side of the ball to be a legitimate contender. Maybe things will be different this season and if so, the reason why may be right in the middle. Unable to walk after having Achilles tendon surgery, Packers Head Coach Matt LaFleur is riding around taking stock of his squad during the final week of Organized Team Activities […]

  • Milwaukee Brewers "Math Day" at Miller Park

    ‘Stats are fun!’ Miller Park becomes a classroom as kids learn ‘real-world math at an actual baseball game’

    MILWAUKEE — During a Milwaukee Brewers game, there are plenty of numbers on the scoreboard — telling the story of the game and a player’s season. On May 8, thousands of kids worked to make sense of those numbers. Derek Pipkorn, the owner of Mathnasium, was behind “Math Day” at Miller Park. “There’s so much math and data and stats when it comes to baseball that kids don’t even know. Just stare at a scoreboard and you will see all […]

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