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Troy Diggs is a morning news producer for Q13 FOX News.

Troy wanted to work in television at the age of 4, when he would sit at a drawing table with a clip-on tie and jacket and pretend to be a television anchor. Eventually, he went to Arkansas State University, and became an overnight producer at his hometown television station in Northeast Arkansas, Jonesboro's KAIT.

In 2001, Troy moved to Wichita, Kan. - despite never having been there before the job interview. He spent three years as a producer for "Good Morning Kansas" at KAKE-TV, was nominated twice for Emmy awards, and never got used to calling it the "Ar-Kansas River".

Troy later spent about ten years working for two Kansas City television stations, ending his tenure at Q13 FOX's sister station, WDAF. He moved to Seattle and Q13 FOX in December of 2013, and still marvels at what an amazing trip it's been.

In his spare time, Troy volunteers at Seattle's Bureau of Fearless Ideas, a non-profit in Greenwood that helps children and teens improve their writing and communication skills. He's also an aspiring photographer (you can see his work at and regularly runs 5k races throughout the Pacific Northwest.

He also produces and co-hosts "PriceCast", a fan podcast on "The Price Is Right". (It's available on the iTunes store.) You can also catch him at various venues around town hosting pub quiz events.

Troy lives in Queen Anne, and has yet to master the art of climbing the neighborhood hills without complaining.

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    Rick Springfield to testify over his buttocks

    SYRACUSE, New York — 1980s pop icon Rick Springfield is set to testify today in a lawsuit over his buttocks. Vicki Calcagno of Liverpool, New York, says Springfield struck her with his buttocks during a concert in 2004.  According to the Syracuse Post-Standard, Calcagno claims Springfield’s buttocks caused “serious, disabling and permanent injuries” after she was knocked unconscious. Springfield is best known for the hit “Jesse’s Girl” and for starring on the soap opera “General Hospital” in the 1980s.  On […]

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    Ford the river? MS-DOS games like “Oregon Trail” now playable online

    Now, you can finally catch Carmen Sandiego or survive dysentery on your way to Oregon. The Internet Archive, a library Web site devoted to preserving Web sites and videos of the past, is now turning its attention to video games.  The site now has more than 2,400 MS-DOS games available – all playable within a Web browser for free. The site says more games may be added in the coming months.  Click here to find more games, or look below for shortcuts. Where […]


    Looking to save money? Here’s some plans to try out in 2015

    SEATTLE — The new year begins Thursday. And with a new year comes an opportunity to make some money-saving changes to your life. Q13 FOX’s sister station in Huntsville, AL – WHNT – tapped into Pinterest to find some strategies for saving money in 2015. It was a hot topic among pinners. Here are a few ideas: The 52-week money-saving challenge: setting aside $1.00 on week one; $2.00 on week two; and so on thru week 52. By the end […]

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    Late on shipping those Xmas gifts? U.S. Postal Service extends hours for some area offices

    SEATTLE — The U.S. Postal Service is opening some Post Offices on Sunday for people who want to send last-minute packages or cards. Puget Sound area post offices open this Sunday include: (Tacoma) Evergreen Auburn Twin Lakes in Federal Way Bellevue Main Post Office Bellevue Crossroads Bothell Main Post Office Bothell-Mill Creek Everett Main Post Office Issaquah Kent Main Post Office Kirkland Mercer Island Redmond Renton Main Post Office Renton Highlands The Postal Service will also deliver some packages from larger offices on Sunday, December […]

  • Robbie Rogers: Coming Out To Play

    SEATTLE — Last year, LA Galaxy player Robbie Rogers was one of the first professional athletes to come out as a gay man.  He spoke with Bill Wixey about the experience, as well as his new book. Rogers will be in Seattle for a book signing on Thursday, December 11.  The signing is at Elliott Bay Book Company, 1521 10th Avenue at 7:00pm.

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    Alaskan TV reporter curses, quits on-air to focus on pot (VIDEO)

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Viewers of the KTVA-TV 10:00pm news on Sunday got quite a surprise when reporter Charlo Greene not only outed herself as the owner of a medical marijuana business, but also promptly quit on the air. WATCH:  ALASKA REPORTER WHO SAID ‘F*** IT, I QUIT,’ FOR WEED BIZ FURTHER EXPLAINS HER REASONING Greene did a story on the Alaska Cannabis Club, without revealing her connection to it. Afterwards, she announced that she was the club’s owner and was quitting […]

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    Major League Soccer unveils new logo, reaction mixed

    NEW YORK CITY — Since Major League Soccer was founded in 1996, the logo has been more or less the same – a foot kicking a ball inside of a rectangle.  Thursday morning, the league showed fans a new brand identity, but not all fans are supportive of the move. The new logo is split into two halves, to represent the two halves of a soccer game.  The stars symbolize Club, Country, and Community. The border represents the field of play, and […]

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    Norweigian duo Ylvis release follow-up single

    Remember the good old days of 2013, when people were wearing their hair longer, texting on their newfangled iPhones, and Grumpy Cat was… still grumpy?  That’s when these guys took the Internet by storm: Now, the Norwegian duo Ylvis is back with a second single.  This new song, entitled “Trucker’s Hitch”, is about tying knots with rope. As of Thursday morning, it had already amassed more than 670,000 YouTube views – an impressive amount, to be sure, but nowhere near the 448 million views […]

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    $300 for a first-class trip to… nowhere?

    HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Remember the good old days of air travel, where seats were plush and comfortable, dinner was served on fine china (even in coach), and you could sip a cocktail in a lounge 30,000 feet in the air? A company called Air Hollywood apparently does, launching something called the “Pan Am Experience”. The company is now offering monthly dinner parties aboard an exact replica of a Boeing 747, decked out just like Pan Am flights were laid out […]

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    REALLY? Woman accused of stealing $144 of eye shadow

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — An accused thief with a taste for makeup has been arrested for stealing $144 worth of eye shadow. Brandy Allen is facing shoplifting charges, after employees of a beauty store spotted her grabbing random handfuls of makeup and throwing them into her purse. According to a Fayetteville, Ark., police report, when a police officer came to question her, she tried to smear the tops of the packages to make them look already used. Q13 FOX sister station KFSM says she was arrested and […]