We caught up with meteorologist Lindsey Slater, who in just her third job in the industry, is working in a coveted position at WISN-TV in her hometown to ask her about that, as well as about girls in science, social media and, well, cookies.
Now that he's celebrated more than 20 years as a chief meteorologist in Milwaukee, we sat down with WISN-TV / Channel 12's Mark Baden to ask about how social media and climate change have affected his job, among other things.
We sat down with WISN meteorologist Jeremy Nelson for a Milwaukee Talks as he prepares to say goodbye to Brew City. Nelson's last day on air here - before leaving for a job as chief meteorologist at Channel 12's sister station in Savannah, Georgia - is Friday.
Joyce Garbaciak, the one-time anchor at WITI-TV Fox 6 and who has been working as a special correspondent at WISN since 2006, will anchor the Ch. 12 main desk with Kathy Mykleby at 6 and 10 p.m. weeknights. Patrick Paolantonio will move from mornings, re-joining Toya Washington at 5 p.m.
We caught up with Channel 12 meteorologist Chris Gloninger - the weatherman that's always smiling - to talk about his roots, his job and what he loves most about Milwaukee.
As the holidays tend to take us away from the TV screen, the major networks put regular series on pause. It means that most serial programs will end with a mid-season finale and come back in the new year with more episodes in spring.
Joan Rivers was known for picking on herself as much as she picked on others. She was able to connect with her audience with her wit and sharing stories about style, plastic surgery, blemishes and a neurotic nature.
As part of November sweeps reporting - and because it is fitting for this time of year - meteorologist Jeremy Nelson of WISN-TV Ch. 12 presented the station's winter weather forecast on Wednesday.
Chris Gloninger will join the weather staff at WISN-TV Ch. 12 on July 29. He'll be forecasting on weekend evenings, replacing Luke Sampe, who will be the new chief meteorologist at WRFV-TV in Green Bay.
Earlier this week, a comment on the show's future has launched fans into an intertwined uncertainty, which sent network executives scrambling.
Kenny Rogers and Milwaukee's Holy Redeemer Sanctuary Choir headline WISN 12's 10th anniversary edition of "12's Season To Celebrate." It airs tonight.
Nobody's more surprised than I am that the new mix of judges has helped create another successful season for the biggest show in TV. ... Another point of view on local stations covering a national story. ... An awards show performance earns the wrath of the Parents Television Council.
Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher try to keep things at a distance in a new date movie ..."American Idol" is stronger in Milwaukee than it is nationally ... Rob Lowe gets funny on the set of "Parks and Recreation."
All the TV hype aside, you know a couple days ago that Thursday's snow was coming, thanks to the weathercasters ... And there's a big change coming for Jay Leno on NBC, only it's not clear what that change will be.
Ever since he was a kid growing up near St. Louis, Mark Baden has loved talking about the weather -- so much so that he made it his profession. Baden, 38, is in his 12th year at WISN-TV (Channel 12), where he is chief meteorologist. OnMilwaukee.com caught up with Baden recently to talk about his career, his education, an upcoming charity golf event and, of course, the weather.