"You know that saying, `When life gives you lemons, make lemonade?' That's exactly what we're sharing," said Anne Zizzo, founder and chief executive officer of Zizzo Group, which has launched the Share Lemonade campaign with Fox6.
After 35 years working as a news reporter for WITI FOX6, Myra Sanchick is moving on. Sanchick, however, is not retiring.
FOX6 announced today that veteran sports anchor Tom Pipines will retire in February after 32 years at the station. Pipines marks the third big name - after Vince Condella and Katrina Cravy - to retire from FOX6 in the past year.
It's been a long while since we interviewed FOX6 meteorologist Vince Condella for a personal profile, but with the long-time weather man's upcoming retirement, it was time to catch up.
Mequon native Tom Wachs knew he wanted to be a meteorologist a young age. After working in several smaller markets, he returned to his home last year, and even in a tough, demanding job, he's loving every minute of it. We caught up with Wachs to talk tornados, technology, and what it was like to dress up as a clown at his last job.
The New Year is upon us, and we're in the heart of the basketball season and a potential Green Bay Packers Super Bowl run. Spring training is just a month and a half away. Then, after that, training camp begins again. So, OnMilwaukee.com polled some of the city and state's most prominent sports personalities for their sports wishes for the 2015 calendar year. Click to read what they had to say and share your own!
Since it's only been five months, you may not have noticed that Tami Hughes is no longer an anchor and reporter on your local airwaves. That's OK, she gets that all the time. In fact, the former FOX6 personality has not only left television, she's taken a completely new career path. The Ohio native is now working for Will Allen's Growing Power, the urban farm on 55th and Silver Spring. It's the kind of job that Hughes didn't expect to have but at the same time, knew was totally right for her.
Milwaukee sports reporter/anchor Jen Lada pushes herself rather hard. Maybe she has to -- at just 27, she's not only the youngest sports anchor in this market, she is also expected to cover a wide breadth of topics with just two colleagues.
They say variety is the spice of life, and that certainly holds true for the weather. But this mid-summer month of July is often one of little variety across the country.
Last week was Lightning Safety Awareness Week across the United States. And while there was no national holiday, it is the time of year to take notice of nature's most dangerous beast.
June is Wisconsin's peak month for tornadoes. Despite the large number of severe weather events that take place everyday in the U.S., all the ingredients must line up in a very specific way. FOX 6's Chief Meteorologist Vince Condella explains.
You heard it on OnMilwaukee.com first. Nicole Locy, a favorite on FOX 6, is leaving the station.