Kevin Fischer is a veteran broadcaster, the recipient of over 150 major journalism awards from the Milwaukee Press Club, the Wisconsin Associated Press, the Northwest Broadcast News Association, the Wisconsin Bar Association, and others. He has been seen and heard on Milwaukee TV and radio stations for over three decades. A longtime aide to state Senate Republicans in the Wisconsin Legislature, Kevin can be seen offering his views on the news on the public affairs program, "InterCHANGE," on Milwaukee Public Television Channel 10, and heard filling in on Newstalk 1130 WISN. He lives with his wife, Jennifer, and their lovely baby daughter, Kyla Audrey, in Franklin.
1) The head of a lawn deer remains above the flood waters from the
2) Erik Anderson, an evacuated resident of
3) A man attacks a gay rights activist during a gay pride parade, which was unsanctioned by the city authorities, in St. Petersburg, Russia, June 25. Photo: Reuters
4) Revelers celebrate in front of the Stonewall Inn in
5) Officer Elaina R. Ciacchi, right, hugs Officer Sabrina M. Choat after the 128th
6) Sgt. 1st Class Joseph W. Walker with l-r his grandsons Charleston Baglio, 5, and (putting on Walker's hat) Jackson Baglio, 6, and Walker's daughter Amber Baglio as he poses for a family photo after receiving his second Purple Heart Friday. U.S. Rep. Sue Myrick presented Sgt. 1st Class Joseph W. Walker with his second Purple Heart award for meritorious service while serving in Iraq, in a 7 pm ceremony at the 108th Training Command (IET) Headquarters US Army Reserve Center on Westover St. Walker got his first Purple Heart when he was hurt by an IED, and he received his second for a Humvee wreck in Iraq. Diedra Laird - Charlotte Observer
7) Forest works on some homework and Eli sits on the couch, while Smiles types in some new song lyrics he wrote into their laptop, and Space cuddles with Simon. "This bus really makes us a close family, not just because we have to be around each other all the time, but because we want to be around each other" Smiles said. For the Soul of Athens multimedia project, students from Ohio University look at how the American Dream is evolving in the small towns of southeast Ohio. Photographer Meg Roussos focused on a family of five living in a school bus on 20 acres of land, producing an essay titled "The Refuge."
8) This undated handout image courtesy of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), shows a close-up of dirty teeth and a malignant lip lesion with a warning that says: "Cigarettes cause cancer."
9) Combination of six pictures showing Josef Fellner (first row, L-R), Belinda Winkler, Georg Thiede and (second row, L-R) Lidwina Weiss, Waltraud Leitner and Andreas Boehm after stuffing tobacco in their noses during the German tobacco sniffing championship in the little Bavarian village of Kucha near Nuremberg June 25, 2011. About 220 men and women tried to get as much tobacco, at a maximum of five grams, as they could in their nose in one minute. Here's a close-up of Lidwina Weiss. Photos: Michaela Rehle / Reuters
10) Music fans arrive in the mud and the rain at the Glastonbury Festival site.The Glastonbury festival opened its gates on Wednesday to 150,000 fans ignoring forecasts for rain and muddy fields to hear U2 and Beyonce alongside a bewildering choice of smaller acts from Spliff Richard to punk poet Attila the Stockbroker. Now in its fifth decade, the event has grown from a humble gathering of 1,500 people on Michael Eavis's Worthy dairy farm in 1970, each paying one pound ($1.60) and receiving free milk, to a giant five-day celebration of music costing 195 pounds for a basic ticket. Matt Cardy/Getty Images
11) Mckenzie Pollak of Colora, Md., navigates the mud on her belly during the 1st Annual Delaware Mud Run, Jr., benefiting the Leukemia Research Foundation of Delaware, in Middletown, Del. on June 23, 2011. (AP Photo/The News Journal, William Bretzger)
12) Rod Stewart and baby Aiden attend the Salon Prive in association with Audemars Piguet at
13) Kate Newman is the engine on a full train as she pulls her triplets around the block on E. Lyon near N. Van Buren streets in Milwaukee. Riding (from left) are Beckett, Adeline and Eloise.Milwaukee Journal Sentinel photo: Rick Wood.
13) One of 13 newborn ostriches is accompanied by a hen as it explores its enclosure on June 21, 2011 at the zoo in
14) In this photo taken June 21, 2011, and provided by the Alaska SeaLife Center, Cordelia, foreground, a female harbor seal pup born June 8, 2011, at the research institution in Seward, Alaska. Cordelia, rear, is her mother, Atuun. Officials say this is Atuun's first pup. Cordelia is expected to make her public debut within the next week. (AP Photo/Alaska SeaLife Center, Stephen Marquis)
15) Sandy Gallego grimaces after getting a whiff of the order omitted from the Amorphophallus titanum, commonly called the "corpse flower," at the University of California, Davis, Botanical Conservatory, Friday, June 24, 2011. When blooming the plant releases the scent a dead animal to attract flies and carrion beetles for pollination. Also known as Titan Arum, It may take 15 years for the plant to become large enough to bloom, and it is especially rare to see in cultivation. Originally discovered in 1878, on the island of Sumatra in Indonesia, the Titan Arum as been coaxed into flower only about 100 times around the world, including four times at UC Davis. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
16) Green Bay Packers cornerback Charles Woodson shows off his Super Bowl ring while being introduced as grand marshal before the Milwaukee 225 last Sunday.Milwaukee Journal sentinel photo: Mark Hoffman
17) Bailey Narr, 11, left, receives a kiss on the cheek from Brandon Matchett 12, after they were crowned queen and king after winning the championship rounds of the 88th annual National Marbles Tournament, Thursday, June 23, 2011, in Wildwood, N.J. Both are from both of
18) Jackson Perry, of
19) Hedda Lettuce attends the Interactive "Mommie Dearest" presentation at the Ziegfeld Theater on June 23, 2011 in
20) Some 400 people braving the cold waters and chill winds as they take part in a mass skinny dip, in the sea at the