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FOX6Theo knows how to convey urgency and provide context live on location. He has reported from the scene of Ferguson-related protests, the 2014 shooting inside a Louisville high school, major snowstorms, and the 2012 mass killing inside a Sikh temple in suburban Milwaukee.

▼During the August 2016 unrest in Milwaukee, I was live on the air throughout a three-hour period as police faced down protesters. This story was from the end of one of the nights, when police moved in.

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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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▼The man who went on a carjacking spree and kidnapped two men made a huge mistake that allowed police to catch him.

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▼After a group of protesters unexpectedly started marching right before the 6 p.m. news, we improvised and walked with them live on the air with our LiveU. Then we hustled to cover the police chief’s reaction to the protest for 11.

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