Andy Devine, Reporter
Andy Devine started working as a reporter with CBS58 in January of 2018.
He was born in Ottawa, Illinois but the majority of his extended family lives all across Wisconsin including Milwaukee, so he’s excited to work in a city where his family can watch him each night on TV.
Andy started his television career at WBBM in Chicago as a field producer and assignment desk assistant. From there he’s worked in Quincy, Illinois, Huntsville, Alabama and St. Louis, Missouri as a reporter.
He attended the University of Illinois at Chicago where he earned his bachelor’s degree in communication and attended DePaul University where he earned his master’s degree in journalism.
Andy loves meeting new people every day while out on stories and looks forward to telling important stories that impact people in the Milwaukee area.
Articles by Andy Devine
- Gov. Walker promotes child tax rebate, sales tax holiday during Waukesha visit
- Pleasant Prarie man receives kidney from wife's coworker
- Local active shooter trainer says being prepared for the worst is crucial
- Oak Creek woman charged with embezzling thousands from Boy Scout pack
- Family mourns loss of teen killed in snowmobile accident
- Milwaukee Interim Health Commissioner clarifies vaccine comments
- Milwaukee residents ask interim police chief candidates questions, decision a week away
- Neighbors urge fatal hit-and-run driver to turn himself into police
- Community remembers Milwaukee woman killed in hit and run
- More than 8,000 drivers ticketed during snow operation over the weekend, alderman says the city is trying to make the new system less confusing
- Police warn residents about a recent spike in vehicle thefts
- Several city of Milwaukee departments deny having gag order policies similar to the health department
- Residents voice their opinions, concerns about what they want in a new interim police chief
- New report outlines lead concerns in City of Milwaukee
- Milwaukee bar owner looking for man he says urinated in beer glass, gave it to bartender
- Flu sufferers turning to smartphone apps to get relief
- Civil rights attorney breaks down jury decision in former Sheriff David Clarke trial
- The City of Milwaukee opens free lead testing clinics for concerned parents