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Bill Miston Bio, Age, Wife, Height, Net worth, FOX6 News, Articles, and Career.

Bill Miston is an American award-winning journalist who is working for WITI-TV FOX6 in Milwaukee. He has more than ten years of journalism and reporting experience, having worked for Chicago, Champaign, Ill., Rockford, Ill., Green Bay, Wis., and Oklahoma City news operations. 

Bill Miston Biography

Bill Miston is an American award-winning journalist who is currently working for WITI-TV FOX6 in Milwaukee. He has more than ten years of journalism and reporting experience, having worked for Chicago, Champaign, Ill., Rockford, Ill., Green Bay, Wis., and Oklahoma City news operations. 

Bill joined WITI in April 2019, from its Oklahoma City sister station, KFOR-TV where he spent more than two years covering wildfires, state politics, crime, and local and federal courts. He also served as a fill-in anchor.

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Bill Miston Wife

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Bill Miston Early life and education

He was born and raised in Chicago’s south suburbs. In 2008, he received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign specializing in political science and speech communication.

Bill’s journalism career began at the University of Illinois, starting as a reporter with Illini Media Company — the independent, student-run media organization — in 2004.

Bill Miston Career

Bill Miston is an honor winning columnist, presently working for WITI-TV FOX6 in Milwaukee. He has over ten years of news coverage and announcing knowledge, having worked for Chicago, Champaign, Ill., Rockford, Ill., Green Bay, Wis., and Oklahoma City news activities.

Bill came to WITI from its Oklahoma City sister station, KFOR-TV, in April 2019 where he went through over two years covering fierce blazes, state governmental issues, wrongdoing, and nearby and administrative courts. He likewise filled in as a fill-in grapple.

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On the off chance that Bill looks natural to FOX6 watchers, that is on the grounds that he is. He recently functioned as a columnist and fill-in grapple at WLUK-TV Fox 11 News in Green Bay for four or more years, covering business/civil improvement, wrongdoing, state and government legislative issues, and highlights detailing.

​In 2016, Bill won the honor for Best Sports Reporting Award in the state from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association for the account of a secondary school competitor and school enroll compelled to stop football as a result of blackouts, and the impacts that kept on affecting his life.

​Bill’s work has been featured on NBC, CNN, FOX News, The Associated Press and other TV slots the nation over.

​Before arriving in Green Bay in 2011, he went through over three years as a media writer, maker and fill-in games grapple at Rockford’s NBC associate, WREX-TV. Bill additionally invested energy functioning as a field maker, author, editorial manager and picture taker in Chicago and Champaign, Ill. TV newsrooms.

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Wisconsin Democrats

MILWAUKEE — After the April State Supreme court election led to a letdown for state Democrats, following last fall’s sweep of Democratic candidates into statewide offices, the Democratic Party of Wisconsin rallying its members this weekend at its annual convention for what it sees as a decisive interim ahead of the city hosting the Democratic National Convention, and the 2020 general elections.

Gov. Tony Evers, along with US Sen. Tammy Baldwin and Rep. Gwen Moore, addressing the hundreds of delegates at Potawatomi Hotel and Casino Saturday evening. Evers, who defeated incumbent Republican Gov. Scott Walker last fall, taking a swipe at the drought of a seated Democratic governor addressing the party confab.

“Holy mackerel,” said Evers. “Well, I guess it’s about time we had a keynote speaker at the convention who’s a Democratic governor from Wisconsin.”

Evers echoing planks put forward by party office candidates and delegates, protecting the Affordable Care Act, fixing roads, and ensuring the state’s economy works for all Wisconsinites. But not shying away from the work that needs to be done to ahead of the 2020 presidential election and state supreme court race.

“First, we shouldn’t be afraid to have a spirited primary so long as, when all is said and done, we remember we’re all on the same team,” Evers said. “And second, our message has to be about the issues—it cannot be solely about the things we’re fighting against, it has to be about what we’re fighting for.”

Democrats saw historic gains in the five statewide elected offices on the ballot, including the governor’s office, last fall. However, the rallying of party faithful Saturday comes just months after liberal-backed Wisconsin Court of Appeals Chief Judge Lisa Neubauer lost the race for the state supreme court to conservative-backed Appeals Judge Brian Hagedorn.

The party already setting its sights on the 2020 state supreme court race, with Marquette University Law School professor Ed Fallone and Dane County Circuit Court Judge Jill Karofsky addressing delegates.

Chris Abele

Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele’s plans to raze a nearly 100-year-old lakefront mansion is raising some eyebrows, from the Shorewood Historical Society to those who used to live in the home.

“We understand we’re fighting against a billionaire,” said Sarah Hambrook, whose parents sold Abele the home in January. “We understand that this house never had historic designation, and honestly, it never occurred to us that anybody would think about altering this house, so it’s something we never pursued because come on, who is going to knock down an Eschweiler home?”

Historically known as the Albright mansion, designed in 1926 by Eschweiler & Eschweiler, Abele purchased the 2.5 acre Shorewood property along Lake Drive for $2.6 million earlier this year from George W. and J. Ann Hambrook, who lived in the home for 33 years.

“Never in a million years did we think that five months later, somebody would be applying to demolish it,” said Hambrook.

Hambrook’s sister spotted a Facebook post from Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity ReStore talking about salvaging light fixtures, architectural features and cabinetry from a 1920s-era mansion, and the pictures looked a little familiar.

“She went out and bought as many things as she could. My mom, my sister went out there because we’re hoping to stop this process and to have somebody treasure the house and keep it in its landmark condition,” Hambrook said.

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