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
  • Federal Way becomes latest to oppose a safe drug-consumption site in its city

    FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — The Federal Way City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to oppose placement of a safe, supervised consumption site for drug users there. It’s the latest city to take such an action after the King County Council announced it would establish two safe consumption, or injection, sites  — one in Seattle and the other elsewhere in the county. The councils in Bellevue and Auburn already have voted to bar placement of a site in their cities. Federal […]

  • Owner of controversial ‘Everett Tweakers’ cam defends livestream security feed

    EVERETT, Wash.  —  The owner of ZSport auto parts store says he’s tired of the drug activity and the crime surrounding his business, so he wants the world to see what is happening in Everett. At the corner of Smith Avenue and 36th Street, three cameras perched above ZSport automotive provide a bird’s eye view of a small group of homeless people who’ve set up camp.  While the homeless camp is nothing new to people in the area, what ZSport owner […]

  • Beware: Playground equipment can become dangerous for kids during heat wave

    SEATTLE — With these near record-breaking temperatures in our region, many of us are choosing to get out of the house and take our kids to the local park. But in our effort to make sure you and your family have a safe summer, we have a warning about that playground equipment sitting out in the blazing sun. It can get hot and, in some instances, cause serious burns to unsuspecting kids. Louella Cravens says she pays close attention because […]

  • ‘Welcome to Tweakerville’: Everett sign draws crowd, but owner says it’s for a purpose

    EVERETT, Wash. — If you’ve driven down Smith Avenue in Everett in the past few days, chances are you spotted it. A sign that reads “Welcome to Tweakerville, Everett WA,” in bright letters. Understandably, the sign has gotten a lot of attention. A post on My Everett News was shared more than 2,000 times. The owner of the sign, Gary Watts, said he has to turn it off during business hours because too many people were stopping to take selfies. […]

  • Transgender Army captain: ‘This is who I am. I am a soldier. It’s all I want to do’

    SEATTLE — After nearly 13 years of military service, including two combat tours, Army Capt. Jennifer Peace now faces an uncertain future because of President Donald Trump’s decision to ban transgender people from the military. “This is who I am. I am a soldier. It’s all I know. It’s all I’ve done. It’s all want to do,” Peace said Wednesday. Peace serves at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, and last year she was excited because the Pentagon had just announced transgender people […]

  • Victim recovering, police searching for clues after Snohomish County hit-and-run

    SNOHOMISH COUNTY — A shattered passenger side mirror is the one clue that could help solve a Snohomish County hit-and-run. The victim is home recovering. Now, he says he wants answers. Early Sunday morning, Mike Schuetze says a driver in a gray Kia hit him from behind as he biked down ’45 Road’ in Arlington. The impact was so hard, he said, it broke the passenger side mirror off the car. Bleeding on the side of the road, Schuetze says […]

  • Everett neighbors ‘adopt’, clean up city alleys on their own

    EVERETT, Wash. — People in one Snohomish County community are taking it upon themselves to clean up the streets. And they’re teaching their kids an important lesson in what it means to be a good neighbor. Jain McCaughan is starting a revolution among her Everett neighbors. “If one person took one alley, this whole, entire city would be clean,” says Jain. Two weeks ago, Jain challenged neighbors to adopt an alley near their home, posting about it on the Facebook […]

  • Parents urged to be on alert over ‘Blue Whale Challenge’ aimed at kids

    SEATTLE — — It’s called the “Blue Whale Challenge” and it allegedly targets teens on social media platforms. At least two families say the game has led to their child’s suicide. As part of this ‘challenge,’ the teens reach out to game administrators, called “curators”, by using specific hashtags. The “curator” is said to give players daily tasks that range from harmless to horrifying –watching scary movies, cutting themselves and taking pictures of themselves in dangerous situations. After 50 days of […]

  • Ethiopian community hopes to find bone marrow match for Elsa, in desperate need of transplant

    SEATTLE — The local Ethiopian community is hosting a big soccer tournament in Renton this weekend, in the hope that what’s happening on the sidelines could help save a mother’s life. A bone marrow drive is taking place at the Ethiopian North America Soccer Tournament in Renton. They’re hoping to find a match for Elsa Nega, an Ethiopian-Canadian woman who was diagnosed with leukemia and is in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant. Find out more in the video […]

  • ‘When I hear The Star-Spangled Banner, tears come to my eyes!’ WWII vet throws first pitch

    A World War II veteran received the honor of throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at the Mariners game on July Fourth.