Cali Dankovich

Multimedia Journalist

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Multimedia Journalist

Hometown: Woodruff, Wisconsin
School: Northern Michigan University

Cali joined TV6 as a Multimedia Journalist in January of 2019. She graduated from Northern Michigan University, where she studied multimedia journalism and also received an English minor.

Cali comes from northern Wisconsin. She spent a lot of time camping in the U.P. when she was younger, so it only felt right to go to NMU!

While she was in college, she joined the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as an electrician. She is still serving in the National Guard, and she loves every minute of it.

Cali also spent time at NMU anchoring for the student-run news program, Public Eye News, as well as spending some time in the ROTC program there.

Cali enjoys spending time with her husband, friends, and cats when she’s not working. She loves anything outdoors, whether it be hunting, fishing, or hiking. She’s super excited to join the TV6 team, and can’t wait to explore more of the U.P.!

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Tens of thousands of New Yorkers lose power as extreme heat bakes East Coast

Con Edison was expected to begin restoring power to 500 customers at a time at midnight.

Robert Morgenthau, longest-serving Manhattan DA, dies at 99

Morgenthau's office prosecuted mob boss John Gotti, "Preppie Killer" Robert Chambers Jr. and John Lennon's killer, Mark David Chapman.

GOP group deletes depiction of Democratic congresswomen as 'Jihad Squad'

The group's president says he regrets that the Facebook post was a "distraction" from discussions about the four "socialist" lawmakers.

Town residents claim Trump’s FoxConn factory deal failed them

President Trump announced the plan to build a $10 billion manufacturing hub two years ago, creating 13,000 blue collar jobs -- and in return, securing FoxConn more than $4 billion in tax breaks from the state of Wisconsin. But to make the plant possible, Mt. Pleasant had to borrow money to buy up land -- and now the town’s credit rating has been downgraded.

Rosselló will stay as Puerto Rico governor but won't seek re-election

Rosselló also promises to step down as leader of his party in the wake of hundreds of pages of embarrassing private chats.