Brittany Lewis, Reporter
Brittany Lewis joined CBS 58 as a reporter and multimedia journalist in December 2018.
Brittany is very excited to be working and living in Milwaukee. Prior to working at CBS 58, Brittany made stops in Indianapolis, the Quad Cities, and Rochester, Minnesota.
She graduated from DePaul University in Chicago with degrees in journalism and public relations.
Born and raised in Minnesota, Brittany is happy to be just one state away from her family.
When she is not working, Brittany is likely exploring all that Milwaukee has to offer with her husband.
Feel free to reach out to her with recommendations on what to explore and story ideas at email@example.com
Articles by Brittany Lewis
- Noelani Robinson's grandmother one month after she was found dead in Minnesota: 'My heart just dropped'
- Trinity Lutheran Church reacts to fire at Notre Dame Cathedral
- Bucks fans celebrate playoff victory
- Glendale car dealership employee arrested after camera found hidden in women's bathroom
- 'I almost fainted': Sister of Milwaukee bar owner shot and killed in 2014 reacts to news suspect arrested in Texas
- West Allis woman hoping for return of stolen mobility scooter
- Red Cross to hold resource center Wednesday for those impacted by Bayside fire
- Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission receives update on ACLU settlement agreement
- Wauwatosa Police Department ramping up "Move Over Law" enforcement after officer was hit by vehicle
- Lake ice bikers take advantage of late winter ice cover
- Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission Executive Director discusses plans to step down
- Warrant reveals new details about where Dariaz Higgins went after Sierra Robinson’s murder
- Residents express frustration about plans for proposed youth prison in Milwaukee
- People living in cities that hosted 2016 RNC and DNC discuss holding a political convention
- Milwaukee DPW unveils draft for city's first pedestrian plan
- Bayside Police warn about scams after residents fall victim
- Milwaukee residents take advantage of sunny Sunday before dangerous cold sets in
- Cudahy parents looking for owner of dog who allegedly bit son on way to school
- Paramedic Supervisor describes scene of massive pileup in Winnebago County
- Church opens doors to those impacted by I-41 pileup
- Sister of Milwaukee Fire and Police Commissioner files civil complaint, alleges her money, vehicle, and home were taken
- Children's Hospital of Wisconsin discusses flu season
- Grafton residents upset with fiber project work in neighborhood
- Drivers discuss getting around on a snowy Sunday
- Man preparing for brain surgery asks people to join him for workout Wednesday
- Hardware shops busy with people buying snow supplies
- Ultimate Confections in Wauwatosa selling chocolates with proceeds benefiting families of fallen officers
- K9s trained to detect electronic devices being used in Wisconsin
- Local resale shop busy with customers inspired by Netflix show "Tidying Up with Marie Kondo"
- Self-defense instructors offer discounted rate for healthcare workers following death of nurse practitioner
- Mainstay Milwaukee trophy supply business creates a true family atmosphere
- Watch for ice dams as temperatures warm up
- How to keep your home warm in extremely cold temperatures
- Milwaukee Fire Department Battalion Chief on extreme cold: 'If you don't need to leave your house, do not leave your house'
- Plow drivers ready for snow storm
- Brothers charged in connection to string of armed robberies
- Snowy Road Conditions in Waukesha County
- Grafton Police Department installs safety measures in entrance when lobby is closed
- Tips to keep your home, car safe in cold weather
- Milwaukee Public Museum holds watch party for Super Blood Wolf Moon
- Waukesha musician rejects the digital age with analog-only recording studio
- Milwaukee man on furlough describes impact of shutdown
- Visiting a Medical Cannabis Clinic in Illinois
- Local psychologist offers perspective on Closs recovery
- 'I’m putting my life on hold': Local federal worker discusses impact of government shutdown
- Bradley Center Roof to come down Sunday
- Funeral held for fallen Lake Mills fire captain
- Family urging driver who fatally struck 68-year-old man to come forward
- Mayor, city officials discuss violence in Milwaukee in 2018
- Man shot by Milwaukee police in November responds to body camera video release
- Family of man killed two years ago holds vigil
- 'We got into the fire service for a reason': Firefighters discuss working on Christmas Day
- Visitors at Cathedral Square Park hoping for a snowy Christmas
- Packers Kenny Clark says thousands of dollars worth of toys for kids in need stolen