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Past articles by Kaitlin:

Fans return to the United Center for the first time in over a year

It was a big night at the United Center with fans returning for the first time in over a year. → Read More

‘Totally about winning:’ NBA veteran Marvin Williams on joining Milwaukee Bucks

MILWAUKEE -- As the Milwaukee Bucks continue on pace for a historic season, an NBA veteran comes to Milwaukee hoping to add plenty of experience. In 2005, the Bucks held the first overall pick in the NBA draft and had a decision to make -- Andrew Bogut or Marvin Williams. → Read More

FOX6 High School Blitz Game of the Week makes a quick move, and here’s why

MILWAUKEE -- Things did not go as planned before the FOX6 High School Blitz Game of the Week on Friday, Nov. 1. The New Berlin West and New Berlin Eisenhower game had to make a quick move. FOX6's Kaitlin Sharkey explains the sudden change. → Read More

Burlington Catholic Central Hilltoppers get head start on giving back

BURLINGTON -- The holiday season of giving may not be here just yet. But the Hilltoppers of Burlington Catholic Central High School are getting a head start on giving back. FOX6's Kaitlin Sharkey has more from the High School Blitz Game of the Week. → Read More

Panther pride on display in a big way at Greendale HS homecoming game

GREENDALE -- Panther pride was on display in a big way at Greendale High School on Friday evening, Sept. 20. It was the school's homecoming game against West Allis Central. As some alumni came back for the game, FOX6's Kaitlin Sharkey found one coach who hasn't really left since graduation. → Read More

Little Falcon dance team dazzles during football matchup at Whitnall High School

GREENFIELD -- The party was on at Whitnall High School Friday night, Sept. 13 as they went head to head against South Milwaukee High School. Besides the football game, there was a special dance going on at halftime. "It's fun and I really like doing them," said a young dancer. → Read More

‘Extremely pleased:’ Packers LB Blake Martinez touts team defense in Week 1 win over Bears

GREEN BAY -- The Green Bay Packers are getting ready to take on another division rival as they'll take on the Minnesota Vikings Sunday, Sept. 15. The team is still celebrating from their win against the Chicago Bears. → Read More

‘No experience necessary:’ Milwaukee Beer Barons rugby team invites new players to join

MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Beer Barons will teach you about rugby, but you also might learn something about yourself. “We talked about creating a team here with amateur players, and getting an amateur team for everyone to come, and kind of play, and get together, and learn the game of rugby,” said Jason Gehring, head coach. → Read More

Packers, Brewers, and Bucks alumni will honor veterans on ‘Flight of Champions’ trip

MILWAUKEE -- It doesn't often happen that the three biggest professional sports franchises in the state team up. But when you are talking about honoring American heroes, the three different sports teams are ready to jump in. "One day, two cities, and three teams," said Paula Nelson, president of the Stars and Stripes Honor Flight. → Read More

‘6 Days in the Dome:’ Pettit National Ice Center event draws runners from around the world

MILWAUKEE -- The Pettit National Ice Center has hosted many different events, but nothing quite like this. “It’s steps," said Steve Durbin, race coordinator. "It’s all about steps." “Six Days in the Dome” drew elite long distance runners from across the globe. → Read More

Germantown HS football game honors former star player who unexpectedly passed away

GERMANTOWN -- On a night all about the kickoff to another high school football season, a group of family and friends in Germantown honored No. 21. "Everybody just gravitated towards him. He was really just a big ball of energy and people couldn't stay away from that," said Johnny Kohlbeck, friend of Joe. → Read More

High school athletes get ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ opportunity to tee it up, all for great cause

HARTFORD -- It is a chance to play golf alongside a 5-time PGA Tour winner at a course that has played host to one of the sports biggest tournaments. It is an amazing opportunity, but one that is also helping a great cause. PGA golfer Mark Wilson has teed off 13 times at Erin Hills Golf Course. But this round of golf is a little different. → Read More

‘I’m very competitive:’ New Berlin woman makes a name for herself in cyclo-cross

NEW BERLIN -- Different seasons, different bike, different race. That is the story of one New Berlin woman who is chasing wins with no signs of slowing down. With summer approaching, you can find Holly Lavesser on the trails. "I'm very competitive. → Read More

‘Going after a goal:’ 62-year-old Racine woman powerlifting her way into the record books

RACINE -- A desire to improve her health kick-started a new adventure, one that's taking a Racine woman across the world to showcase her strength. "I can't put it together with the me I've known for 60 years, but I guess I'm the new me," said Gretchen Herrmann. Herrmann, 62, is lifting her way into the record books. → Read More

‘Don’t give up:’ NASCAR drivers with Wisconsin roots making their mark in the racing world

LAS VEGAS -- Whether their starts were in go karts or on short tracks, Wisconsin produces plenty of home-grown racing talent and there's a new generation hoping to leave their mark. → Read More

‘That could be us:’ After team’s success in 2018, Brewers prospects ready to impress

MILWAUKEE -- With pitchers and catchers due to report to spring training on Feb. 13, there's already plenty of buzz surrounding the upcoming season, after the Milwaukee Brewers ended up just one game away from the World Series in 2018. → Read More

Acro-tumbling combines cheerleading, gymnastics; helps put Concordia University on the map

MEQUON -- It's not gymnastics, and it's not cheerleading-- but this sport is helping put Concordia University on the map with their high-flying routines. The sport is called acro-tumbling, and Concordia is the only university in the state to offer it. → Read More

‘Caught us off-guard:’ Davante Adams says Coach McCarthy’s firing surprised the team

GREEN BAY -- The Green Bay Packers will play their final four games with a new outlook, as the team fired Head Coach Mike McCarthy and named Joe Philbin has his replacement on an interim basis. This, after the loss Sunday, Dec. 2 to the Arizona Cardinals at Lambeau Field. FOX6's Kaitlin Sharkey went Inside the Huddle with receiver Davante Adams to get his reaction. → Read More

Milwaukee Brewers take part in workout after arriving in LA for Game 3 of NLCS

LOS ANGELES -- The Milwaukee Brewers got a change in scenery as they flew into Los Angeles on Sunday, Oct. 14 ahead of Game 3 of the NLCS on Monday vs. the Dodgers -- with the series tied 1-1. → Read More

RB Aaron Jones after QB Aaron Rodgers criticized O-line: ‘The expectations are always high’

GREEN BAY -- Quarterback Aaron Rodgers made headlines after he criticized the Green Bay Packers' offense after the victory Sunday, Sept. 30 vs. the Buffalo Bills. Running back Aaron Jones is someone who might be able to add something on that side of the ball. → Read More