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FOX6Theo knows how to convey urgency and provide context live on location. He has been there for the 2016 violent disorder in Milwaukee, major snowstorms and severe weather events, and the 2012 mass killing inside a Sikh temple in suburban Milwaukee.

▼During the August 2016 unrest in Milwaukee’s Sherman Park neighborhood, I was live on the air throughout a three-hour period as police faced down protesters. As police pushed a crowd back, we were reporting from just across the street.

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▼’Only God Knows:’ The Fox River in downtown Burlington, Wis., continued to rise by the minute — threatening homes, businesses and churches.

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▼As thousands protested Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, an inquest jury recommended charges against seven of his jail staffers in the death of an inmate. Fellow FOX6 reporter AJ Bayatpour and I teamed up on the breaking coverage.

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▼An apartment fire jumped buildings, burned for hours, and left 80 people out of their homes. As I wrote in my 11 p.m. PKG, the smoke made it hard to see, but you couldn’t miss the sadness.

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▼My 7:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. hits as flaming rail cars on a train bridge above the Ohio River gave firefighters trouble for several hours.

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▼After shooting a story about wrecks and snow plows, photojournalist Greg Schapker and I got stuck on the interstate behind jackknifed semi trucks. Greg hopped out (safety vest on!) and shot a couple interviews; I logged, wrote and edited from the car before the road finally cleared.

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