• Follow me on:

Kelly joined the Q13 FOX News team in September 2012.
She loves waking up extra early to make sure you’re ready for the day.
Before coming to Seattle, Kelly spent three years as an anchor and reporter at KGAN-TV in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where she reported on everything from tornadoes and dam collapses to the Iowa Caucus.
Her first job in TV took Kelly to Columbus, Ga., where she worked for WRBL-TV.
Kelly is originally from St. Paul, Minn., and a proud alum of the University of Minnesota.
That said, she is happy to trade in the snow for the rain and adopting Seattle’s sports teams like the Seahawks and Sounders and the M's.

I’m known around the newsroom for…
My Velcro rollers.
I take a lesson from the ladies of the ‘50s to give my hair an extra boost in the morning.

What keeps me going…
Caffeine — in any form.

My greatest TV moment…
Riding in a WWII biplane over the cornfields of Iowa and telling the story of two friends who wanted to bring history back to life for younger generations.

TV moment I’d like to forget…
Riding on a Chinook Military Chopper with the National Guard. While the experience was something I will never forget and would never take back, my stomach would not agree — I didn’t feel too well for the next few days.

If I had free time, I would…
Explore new places and travel and I would love to learn how to cook.

Contact me at kelly@q13fox.com

Recent Articles
  • Highschool

    ‘We’re all going to get through it together:’ Marysville community turns out for students

    MARYSVILLE — The bells rang at Marysville-Pilchuck High School Monday for the first time in more than a week. Though the sounds of the chimes were the same as always, it’s unlikely any student walking through the entryway feels the same as they did before an Oct. 24 shooting that left four students including the shooter dead and two others seriously injured. Still, returning to some semblance of normalcy is the goal. And students are finding peace in knowing they don’t have to […]

  • Want to lose weight? This website will pay you to diet, but there’s a catch

    SEATTLE – Losing weight is big business. According to The New York Times, Americans spend $5 billion to drop the weight but many don’t succeed. But now, there are many websites out there that actually pay you to lose, but there’s a catch. Healthywage.com is helping busy mom Jessica Smith drop her baby weight. “I gained a lot of weight with my son and lot more than I should have,” says Smith. Smith’s goal is to lose 45 pounds over the next […]

  • Picking the best preschool isn’t as easy as it sounds

    SEATTLE - All this week on Q13 FOX News This Morning we’ve been helping parents with the daunting task of childcare. Today we are looking at how to pick the best preschool for your little one. At Seattle’s Magnolia Co-op Preschool, it’s all fun and games. “They are playing, that’s a critical piece of learning, playing is often underrated,” says teacher Adele Anderson. Anderson says preschool the best way to get your little one ready for the real deal. “It’s very critical […]

  • Native Americans in tribal dress.  (Photo by Keystone Features/Getty Images)

    Seattle changes Columbus Day to Indigenous People’s Day, applause & outrage follow

    SEATTLE- Today marks the first ever Indigenous People’s Day in Seattle. The decision to adopt Indigenous People’s Day as a holiday on the second Monday in October was voted on by Seattle’s City Council last week. The vote followed months of testimony, and Mayor Ed Murray will sign the resolution into law during a ceremony this afternoon. The newly designated holiday is a way to better recognize the indigenous community and the culture of Native Americans, officials said. Many events are planned to […]

  • Can I catch it flying on a plane? We answer your questions about Ebola

  • WATCH: It’s back to school time for kiddos around the Puget Sound

  • Sky Metalwala when he was last seen on the left. An age progressed photo on the right.

    On Sky Metalwala’s 5th birthday, his father pleads with parents to take steps to protect kids

    BELLEVUE – Today, September 2nd, is Sky Metalwala’s 5th birthday. Metalwala went missing in 2011 at just two years old and has not been seen since. His mother told officers she left him in the car when she ran out of gas. When she came back from the gas station, she says he was gone. “The pain is there every day,” says Solomon Metalwala, Sky’s father. Bellevue Police say the case is still open and active. They’ve received more than 2,500 tips […]

  • jaundice

    Detecting newborn jaundice with just the click of a phone

    SEATTLE – A new app, developed by doctors and engineers our own backyard, could help detect newborn jaundice and ease the fears of new parents. Newborn jaundice is normal, and very common. Out of the 4 million babies born in the U.S every year, about 3.5 million have some form of jaundice. “Typically the family brings the newborn in the first day or second day of life, but newborn jaundice peaks on day 3 to 5 of life; many parents are […]

  • Dealing with kids’ homework anxiety

    Back to School: Avoiding the homework hassle

    SEATTLE – The first day of school for kids in the Seattle School District is just about a week away. Its crunch time for students and parents as we get back into the swing of things, especially when it comes to homework time. Experts say it’s all about your attitude, the attitude of the student and the attitude of the parent. Nearly 60 percent of parents say they fight with their kids when it comes to homework. So how can you […]