Born and raised in Wisconsin, I’m thrilled to be a reporter with the wonderful FOX6 News team in Milwaukee.
I’ve always loved telling stories, and everyone has one to tell. Mine started where I grew up: the small city of Columbus (no, not Ohio) right outside of Madison. I went to college at UW-Madison where I graduated with Distinction, majoring in both Journalism and Psychology. My senior year, I interned at News 3 in Madison where I picked up my first camera and made my TV debut (if you don’t count my brief appearance when I was interviewed at age 15 while watching filming for the Johnny Depp movie, Public Enemies, in my hometown of Columbus).
After graduation, I headed over to La Crosse’s News 8 in 2016 to officially begin my reporting career. I got familiar with beautiful views, great food, and wonderful people. I also covered the major murder trial of Todd Kendhammer. You might catch me on a crime documentary episode or two about the trial.
After a couple of years in La Crosse, I got the opportunity to report in my home market of Madison back at News 3. From long nights of social unrest coverage to, of course, the pandemic, I squeezed a lot of reporting into my 3 ½ years there. A standout moment is covering the Bucks Finals win – what an amazing feeling being surrounded by thousands of happy fans after such a tough year.
Now I’m so excited to be on this side of Wisconsin full time, getting to know another part of my home state. Always looking for recommendations on fun adventures and good food. And I’d love to tell your story – get ahold of me at email@example.com.
Parades are taking a different tone in the wake of November's deadly Waukesha attack. In Burlington, the community is keeping up a yearly tradition.
Patients with COVID-19, most of them unvaccinated, are packing Wisconsin hospitals at levels not seen for a year, a worrying development even before the new omicron variant has been detected in the state, health care leaders said Thursday.
The omicron COVID variant is officially in the United States, with the first case confirmed in California. There's a new push for vaccinations and mask-wearing as health leaders and businesses wonder what's next.
The Corners of Brookfield is also part of an effort to give back to the victims of the Waukesha parade as well as staff at Children’s Wisconsin, planning to provide meals on Monday.
After a much quieter shopping experience in 2020, people once again filled stores for Black Friday at Mayfair Mall.
The "Magic of Lights" display at American Family Field is offering more than holiday cheer, raising funds for Waukesha parade victims.
Jackson Sparks, 8, died from injuries suffered in the Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy. His minister is remembering the little boy who was "always happy and chipper."
An 8-year-old boy became the sixth person to die Tuesday as a result of a man driving his SUV into the Waukesha Christmas parade, with a criminal complaint alleging that the suspect in the case steered side-to-side with the intent of striking marchers and spectators.
Entrepreneur Tina Marie returned to Milwaukee, making it her mission to build others up. A launch event on Saturday, Nov. 20 aimed to build bridges.
After a jury found Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on all counts Friday, a Kenosha event was organized to promote moving forward and processing emotions.