Where do I begin? It all started back in 1991, when my writing was first published in a book… an actual book! It was a pretty big deal for me back then, considering I was only nine years old. Since then, my writing has taken me around the country; from coast to coast.

I started my career in local television in 2003, serving as Host and Producer for Union TV34. There, I learned to not only write for TV, but also shoot and edit my own stories.

In 2004, I accepted a position as Host of “Comcast Newsmakers” and “Comcast on the Red Carpet”. Both programs were produced by CN8 The Comcast Network (Philadelphia) and aired on CNN Headline News (HLN).

In 2007, I was appointed Director of Operations for Westfield TV36, where I was responsible for overseeing all technical and creative responsibilities.

In 2009, I took the girl out of Jersey.. accepting a position at WATE 6 NEWS (ABC) in Knoxville, TN. There, I served as Anchor/Reporter on morning, afternoon and evening broadcasts. I was proud to receive several awards for reports focused on the military. At the risk of helmet hair, I even threw on a uniform and bullet proof vest to train with the 278th, documenting their preparations for deployment to Iraq. From high risk to high profile, I also handled the station’s celebrity red carpet segments, including the CMA’s in Nashville.

In 2011, my writing launched me from coast to coast, when I accepted an Anchor/Reporter position with KOMO 4 News (ABC) in Seattle. While at KOMO, I met my husband, (he’s a Director), and we married in September of 2013.

It’s still up in the air who asked who…

I’ve made a home here in Seattle with my husband, his three awesome kids (ages 5/8/11) and my furbaby, Mikey. Now, here I am at Q13 FOX News!

Let me tell ya, it took a lot to get the girl out of Jersey… and much more to get her to stay and call Seattle home. I’m so happy to share this community with you and I look forward to sharing its stories.. YOUR stories.. right here on Q13.


Recent Articles
  • Plane hit by bullet after shots fired near Renton Municipal Airport

    RENTON, Wash. — Renton police need help investigating a shooting, but they have no suspects and no victims. It happened at 2 a.m. Saturday in a parking lot along Rainier Avenue North, next to the Renton Municipal Airport. Surveillance video shows flashes of gunfire, with bullets flying across Rainier Avenue. Renton police believe the targets of that gunfire were sitting in multiple cars in the parking lot. Those cars can be seen taking off down Rainier moments later. While Renton […]

  • Teenage volunteers at suicide prevention link take calls, live chats to help troubled peers

    SEATTLE — Youth suicide is the second leading cause of death for people ages 15 to 24 in Washington state. A recent survey among Washington teens revealed one in five high school students seriously considered suicide in the past 12 months Over the last 20 years, teens in King County have been answering the call to help — peer-to-peer. It’s a conversation 17-year-old Avery Fulford has nearly every day — volunteering at Teen Link in north Seattle. Under supervision from […]

  • Possible second methadone clinic in Everett under discussion; residents react

    EVERETT — Cate Harrington and Jessica Cupcake spend hours every weekend clearing drug needles from the streets of Everett. The two women say they feel conflicted over the idea to possibly create a second methadone clinic within city limits. “I’m kinda torn whether it will actually be effective or not,’’ says Cupcake. “The downside to it is a lot of people are addicts and some people want more, some don’t want it. Some would rather get their dose and then […]

  • 106 dogs and cats rescued from Dallas kill shelters now in Puget Sound

    Many of the 106 cats and dogs up for adoption immediately at the Seattle, Tacoma, Kitsap and Skagit Valley humane societies, also at the Noah Center and at PAWS.

  • Latest life jacket technology lends opportunities for fishermen, paddleboarders

    SEATTLE, Wash. — As the weather heats up and we head into summer, many are turning to the water to cool off. But already swift, cool rivers around Western Washington have turned fun days into tragic ones. Crews called off the search for missing 46-year-old Lorenzo Perez Wednesday. Perez was swept into the Puyallup River while fishing with his family Sunday. Perez was not wearing a life jacket. A vast majority of river fishermen don’t, says Mark Shimazu, and employee […]

  • Evergreen State College to remain closed a second day after threat of violence

    OLYMPIA, Wash. — Evergreen State College said it will remain closed for a second day on Friday because of a “credible” threat of violence directed against the school. The threat came after a recent series of protests that have drawn national attention to student allegations of racism on the progressive campus, which has an enrollment of nearly 4,200 students. Thurston County received a call Thursday morning that was “threatening in nature to the campus at Evergreen,” spokesperson Zach Powers said. […]

  • Heartless burglar in Milton steals new, 15-week-old puppy from woman’s home

    MILTON, Wash. — A Milton woman says she’s beside herself after someone broke into her home Wednesday afternoon and stole her puppy, among other items, including a rifle. “He came into our house and took our baby. He busted out the window and came in and took our dog,” says Kristyona Rosin. Rosin says her surveillance cameras caught him breaking into her home along 70th Avenue East in Milton around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday.  She says the cameras sent multiple notifications […]

  • South Sound community rallies around elderly couple whose home was heavily damaged in storm

    One South Sound community is showing just how strong they are, by coming together to rebuild the home of a couple in their 80s whose mobile home was destroyed when a strong storm rolled through earlier this month.

  • Family of 20-year-old killed by truck at campground wants ‘coward’ driver found

    Police in Grays Harbor County on Monday were expanding a search for a driver who they say backed his pickup truck over two men at a campground, killing one and injuring the other.

  • Cleveland High’s Memorial Forest honors classmates who never returned from wars

    FALL CITY, Wash. — During World War II, it was pretty common for high schools to hold fundraisers to support the war effort.  And while some school districts raised enough to help build airplanes and tanks, one local high school came up with a unique idea. Seattle’s Cleveland High School set aside a Memorial Forest, located in Fall City, to honor classmates who never came home from war. Students raised the money to purchase the 131-acre forest for $300 in […]