I’m honored to be among the extremely talented journalists at FOX6. Milwaukee is a beautiful city and it feels like home.
I started my career in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (U.P.) as a Houghton bureau reporter for TV6. A year later, I was promoted to weekend anchor. From watching Michigan Tech students create beautiful snow statues to to the areas rich mining history, I thoroughly enjoyed my time in the U.P. It’s where I learned how to report, shoot and edit my own stories.
I loved finding craft breweries and eating a pasty with a side of ketchup. The U.P. is also where I learned how to drive and live in snow.
Can you believe this Southern California girl survived three U.P. winters? I’m still not a huge fan of snow and cold but the Midwest has taught me not to take summer for granted.
After a couple of years in the U.P., I spent six years as a weekend anchor and reporter at FOX 11 in Green Bay. One story I always looked forward to was in Marinette watching littoral combat ships slide into the Menominee River.
I covered the many presidential candidates who passed through Titletown. Speaking of Titletown, my reporting took me inside Lambeau Field many times and even convinced me to be a Packers fan. Green Bay is also where I met the love of my life who was born and raised in Wisconsin.
When I’m not working, I’m always looking for a new show to binge. I also love spending time with my fiancé, occasional game nights (you will lose to me at Uno) and watching old episodes of "The X-Files." The truth is out there.
If you happen to see me around town, feel free to say hello. I’ll always make time to chat.
The annual V100.7 Sista Strut is set for Saturday morning, Oct. 2 – and FOX6’s Gabrielle Mays is proud to help kick off the event.
A Brown Deer couple is lucky to be alive after surviving a wrong-way crash in August; their message: Please don’t drink and drive.
A 75-year-old Hartland woman became the first Wisconsinite to undergo a new heart procedure earlier this month.
$2,000 can go a long way, especially when it comes to life-saving equipment. A We Energies grant is helping the Oak Creek Fire Department protect the community.
The man fatally shot by Milwaukee police near 27th and Wright on Monday, Aug. 16 has been identified by the medical examiner as 42-year-old Brodrick Shelton.
The Green Bay Packers hosted the first preseason game at Lambeau Field since 2019, fans happy to be back.
Trees remained down and woodchippers ran throughout Thursday, the area near Eagle Spring Lake still showing remnants of Tuesday's storms.
We Energies crews spent the day Wednesday, Aug. 11 working to restore power after strong storms and high winds caused extensive damage across Wisconsin Tuesday night. The company's president said it's the largest power restoration effort in company history.
Extreme heat was the top concern at the Wisconsin State Fair on Tuesday, event officials encouraged people to do what they needed to stay cool.
The Wisconsin State Fair kicked off Thursday, Aug. 5. The return features 70 new foods and more than 100 musical acts – and new COVID-19 precautions.