RACINE COUNTY, Wis. (CNN/WITI) - They go outside in a snow storm so you won't have to. News reporters brave the elements every day for hours. It became too much for one Wisconsin reporter Wednesday.
Angelica Duria had been the cold and blowing snow for 5-and-a-half hours, and she was over it.
"I have been here since, what? 3:30 this morning and it's now - I don't even know what time it is. It's now 9:45. I'm exhausted. I've run out of things to say. It is snowing and it sucks here. That's pretty much it," said Duria.
"Welcome to real Milwaukee," said one of the anchors.
The anchor team in studio gave her a standing ovation for keeping it real and told her she "rocked."
It was a packed house for the pay-off of a project two years in the making.
The man charged in connection with the death of a Flora woman has been cleared, more than six years after her death and two years after he was charged.
It's been nearly a month since a tornado damaged Southwestern Middle School and Mintonye Elementary School, giving faculty the task of helping students transition to their new surroundings.