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Born and raised here in the Northwest, I’m also a proud Husky! My first job in broadcasting came as a UW sophomore when I was 19, reporting traffic for the afternoon show on KISS-FM. From there, I worked pretty much every radio shift imaginable, and was lucky enough to join The Bob Rivers Show, the morning radio show on KZOK at the time, working with some of the best in the biz.

I officially joined the Q13 FOX news team in August 2009, and my favorite thing about working here is being able to be a storyteller in the community I grew up in. I LOVE talking to people and doing interactive stories where I get to be myself and represent viewers by taking them inside the story itself.

Outside of work, you’ll find me pretending I’m a calm person in a hot yoga class; pretending I am an award-winning singer and rapper in a karaoke bar; or pretending I’m the courtesy police and demanding the ‘thank-you wave’ in traffic (let’s be kind during rush hour, people)!

My husband and I love traveling together, exploring new places here in the Northwest and all over. We also have a brown-and-white cat, Saffron, who seems to think my pillow is a special place for him to sleep at night. (Note to Saffy: It’s NOT. #pushover).


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    Millions of people from around the world are watching THIS game

    SEATTLE — It’s a video game played by casual players and pros alike, and the biggest event of the year for it JUST happened last week right here in Seattle. Millions watched, and millions were on the line as sixteen of the best professional Dota 2 teams in the world competed in The International 2016. Earning their way to a spot on the main stage at Seattle’s KeyArena meant playing in front of a sold-out crowd; while Dota fans and casual players […]

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    The life-changing gift of summer camp for kids with a serious illness

    CARNATION — In the heart of the Snoqualmie Valley, Camp Korey on Carnation Farm is the place hundreds of young campers come to in order to experience childhood the way it was intended. For all eight one-week sessions, kids with varying medical challenges and illnesses are treated just like kids are at any other summer camp; and the results are life-changing. Ty spent nine years as a camper here at Camp Korey. “Like many of the campers here, I had multiple surgeries, […]

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    Local 4th grader’s experiment helps find safety with melons

    SEATTLE — Alyssa Martinez stopped by our studio to demonstrate the experiment that just won her first place at the state STEM Science Fair.  Alyssa is heading in to 5th grade at Carter Lake Elementary on JBLM next year, and worked hard on her project. She wanted to show just how different helmets can be when it comes to safety; so she strapped melons into a bike helmet and a skateboarding helmet, and dropped them from varying heights to see […]

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    ‘She’s still pretty good looking… for an older type!’ Couple shares secrets to 71-year marriage

    MERCER ISLAND – Gordon and Marilyn Mathis are still just as in love with each other today as a couple in their 90s, as they were when they were college sweethearts. And their story dates back even farther- they met in grade school! “We used to go ice skating at the Civic Arena,” Marilyn tells us with a smile. When he was 16, and she was 15, “We went to a movie… and we’ve gone steady ever since!” Now living […]

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    Wounded veterans join 200+ mile Seattle to Portland classic

    SEATTLE — The annual Seattle to Portland classic is happening this weekend, and nearly 20 wounded veterans are joining the 200+ mile bike ride. They’ve been training through the Outdoors for All Foundation, which helps nearly 2500 people with disabilities each year get outdoors. This morning we were joined by Brittney Linville, an army combat veteran; and Ed Bronsdon, the executive director for the Outdoors for All Foundation. Brittney told us how the foundation had really helped her get healthy, […]

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    The Wisest Generation: This loving couple dated long distance for ten years!

    MERCER ISLAND –  We continue our series highlighting “The Wisest Generation”: our elderly parents and grandparents who have so many stories and life lessons to share. This week, we introduce you to Anne Corley and Bob Lewis, living at Aljoya Mercer Island.  Together for 15 years and married for 5, their story reveals two big life lessons: Experiencing other cultures and learning about the world we live in is extremely important. Oh, and- long distance relationships really DO work! This […]

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    Memories abound for 98 year-old former flight attendant who worked on Boeing’s first modern airliner!

    SEATTLE – This weekend, Boeing is celebrating at Seattle’s Museum of Flight to mark 100 years in business! One of the centerpieces is the Boeing 247;  a plane the museum has spent months restoring, and just brought to the grounds in the spring. “It’s regarded as… the first modern airliner,” Ted Huetter says. The PR rep with the Museum says it truly changed travel when it first emerged in the 1930’s. “You could fly across the country in something like 19 […]

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    What do the terms ‘Black Lives Matter,’ ‘All Lives Matter,’ and ‘White Privilege’ really mean?

    SEATTLE — It’s a conversation that can be tough to have, but it’s one our news partner, The Seattle Times, is tackling head-on. In their project “Under Our Skin” they interview 18 people from all different backgrounds, with this question in mind: What do we mean when we talk about race? Journalists Tyrone Beason and Lauren Frohne joined us this morning with their insight on how their ongoing project addresses this issue particularly in light of recent events. With police shootings that left […]