Cassidy Williams joined the FOX6 News team in January 2019.
Cassidy grew up in a suburb of Philadelphia. She loves the East Coast but has called the Midwest home ever since graduating high school.
Cassidy graduated with honors from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with degrees in both Journalism and Political Science. She also minored in Sociology and Public Relations. While in college, she interned with the investigative unit at NBC 5 Chicago.
After college, Cassidy worked as a multimedia journalist at WSBT in South Bend. There she helped cover everything from the "500-year flood" to Notre Dame football. Cassidy’s favorite part about being a reporter is that every day is different and that she’s always meeting new people. She’s excited to meet new people here in Milwaukee!
If you have a story idea or taco recommendations, you can send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, June 15 marked two years since 18-year-old Ty'rese West was shot and killed by a Mount Pleasant police officer. The community came together in his memory.
Menomonee Falls High School on Friday, June 11 celebrated its seniors with a traditional ceremony.
The Milwaukee Bucks are back in Milwaukee to take on the Brooklyn Nets for Game 3 of the best of seven series. The Bucks lost the first two.
What happens to downtown Milwaukee businesses as things start to open up again, but remote working stays?
Each Wednesday, Indeed Brewing donates 100% of its proceeds to a nonprofit chosen by an employee. This week, it was the Wisconsin Bike Fed.
Two people were on board amid a massive boat fire on Pewaukee Lake.
Wauwatosa leaders are discussing a possible ban on no-knock warrants, but the city's interim police chief says a ban could cause logistical issues.
Jalen Gross died of cardiac arrest on the basketball court during the All-American Showcase in Chicago. He played for Marshall High School.
Milwaukee announced on Friday, June 4 the 2021 launch of its Active Streets program.
Acting Milwaukee Police Chief Jeffrey Norman is a finalist to lead the Wauwatosa Police Department, while Milwaukee Common Council President Cavalier Johnson hopes Norman stays with MPD.