Emerson Lehmann, Reporter
Emerson Lehmann joined CBS 58 as a reporter in November of 2021.
A Kewaskum native, he is thrilled to be working in Milwaukee and excited to share all of the stories that southeast Wisconsin has to offer.
Emerson began his career as a weekend anchor and reporter at WSAW-TV in Wausau, Wisconsin. He held that role for a year-and-a-half before being promoted to weekday morning anchor.
He is a graduate of Ball State University where he majored in Telecommunications - News and Journalism and minored in creative writing.
Emerson is a huge motorsports fan, having grown up racing snowmobiles, go-karts and Legend cars here in Wisconsin. He’s a big fan of the Milwaukee Brewers and Bucks, and an avid pickleball player.
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Articles by Emerson Lehmann
- West Bend's Winter Warm Up celebration highlights local businesses
- West Bend's Courtney Rummel officially named to U.S Olympic snowboard team
- Free N95 masks distributed throughout Milwaukee County
- Milwaukee Common Council to vote on mask mandate Tuesday
- Gaming industry works to recover as pandemic challenges continue
- JanBoree winter celebration offers sense of healing for Waukesha community
- Children's Wisconsin looks to address child mental health crisis with new walk-in clinic
- West Bend teen on verge of realizing Olympic dream
- Gubernatorial candidate calls for schools to open as MPS continues virtual learning
- Kewaskum man 1 of 10 people nominated for Packers FAN Hall of Fame
- Police identify man killed in Kenosha bar shooting on New Year's Day
- Return to school presents challenges for large and small districts
- Man clears sidewalks for neighbors as snow cleanup begins
- 'My mantra is make people happy with food': Caribbean restaurant opens in Washington County
- Ice Castle organizers hope to open by end of January
- State Patrol, plow crews call for patience and 'common sense' during snowy commute
- Suspected arson leaves more than 100 people displaced, some unsure of next steps
- Flight cancelations leave passengers anxious as holiday travel surge continues
- Milwaukee County to receive $71 million as a result of opioid settlement
- Travel experts predict a significant increase in holiday air travel compared to 2020
- Holiday shopping surge helpful for local small businesses
- Veterans, volunteers lay wreaths at Wood National Cemetery Saturday
- Widespread damage, lack of available outside crews lead to power restoration delays
- Fire crews, American Red Cross remind people about fire safety during winter months
- Winter Wonderfest event provides presents, holiday cheer for families in need
- Team Rubicon, Bucks host winter clothing drive to help Afghan refugees
- First lady, second gentleman to visit Waukesha and meet with parade victims' families
- New campaign, Marine Corps veteran look to connect veterans to mental health resources
- As hospitals near capacity, doctors and city leaders urge vaccines and use of masks
- Waukesha condo residents get ten minutes to enter homes, gather essentials as Red Cross offers shelter
- Waukesha Masonic Lodge hosts annual Breakfast with Santa, proceeds to benefit parade victims
- MTEA says Milwaukee mask advisory is not enough, calls for indoor mask requirements
- DNR: Nine-day gun season deer kill drops 8% from 2020
- Tips for keeping your money safe while shopping online this holiday season
- Sunburst, Little Switzerland ski resorts open for 'busy winter'
- Grafton celebrates holiday season, honors Waukesha victims with annual parade
- Cedarburg officials ask shoppers to shop local this Small Business Saturday
- The Coop to donate 100 percent of Black Friday sales to Waukesha parade victims fund
- Racine Thanksgiving tradition back for year 12
- Army veteran leaps into action following parade tragedy
- Worker shortage, supply chain issues won't slow down area baker
- Wisconsin kicks off 170th gun deer season
- Health officials, educators concerned about increase in COVID-19 cases ahead of Thanksgiving
- State announces lawsuit action against Milwaukee landlord
- David Bowen to run for Wisconsin lieutenant governor
- Supply chain issues could lead to snow blower shortage
- Bucks, Health Department offer chance to get vaccine shot and picture with Larry O'Brien trophy
- Milwaukee joins National Gun Safety Consortium
- The Hop, Marquette team up to promote start of basketball season
- State Farm, Sen. Ron Johnson respond to Rodgers vaccine controversy