I am thrilled to be working at Q13 FOX News. Moving back to the amazing people and unrivaled beauty of the Pacific Northwest is a dream come true.

I grew up in Longview, Wash., and lived in the south Puget Sound for several years before beginning my broadcasting career in Reno, Nev., as a photojournalist. I then moved more than 2,000 miles away to Greensboro, N.C., where my nearly 10-year long stint in the deep south began.

After almost 7 years working as a photojournalist and reporter in Atlanta, I packed up my life and returned to my home state of Washington.

I live in Seattle with my partner and our awesome dog.

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Recent Articles
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    How to protect your home from freezing temperatures

    WHITE CENTER, Wash. — Thee deep freeze for Puget Sound could last for several more days. The colder-than-normal temperatures could mean trouble for both drivers and homeowners. Experts with Take Winter By Storm have tips to help people winterize their homes and avoid expensive surprises. Karen Rich said people can and should act now to stay safe and warm. “Keep your thermostat at least at 55 degrees,” she said. “You don’t want to go any lower than that.” She added […]

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    Burglary suspect wanted again after WMW viewer tips lead to arrest in Vietnam veteran’s Darrington home break-in

    FUGITIVE WANTED BY DOC IN SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Danny Wilton is wanted again and has a Department of Corrections warrant for his arrest. If you know where he’s hiding, submit the information anonymously via the P3 Tips App or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. There is a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to his arrest. ————– STANWOOD — Thanks to information received from one of our viewers, the North Snohomish County Property Crimes Task Force arrested […]

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    Fire Chief says fatal Christmas day blaze was preventable: ‘A smoke alarm could have saved this person’s life’

    Graciela Ramirez died in a fire early Christmas morning in Skagit County. Fire officials said her death was avoidable.

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    Bremerton teen praised for calling 911 during carbon monoxide scare

    A carbon monoxide monitor blared in Elia Swann’s Kitsap County home on Tuesday. Firefighters from Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue said the poisonous gas was approaching dangerous levels.

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    Long lines, big crowds expected for holiday travel at Sea-Tac

    SEATAC, Wash. — The holiday rush is on at airport and the TSA predicts Thursday should be the busiest travel day of the Christmas season. Screeners are expecting to handle more than 60,000 passengers on Thursday alone. “I’m here early and it looks good,” said Becky Acevedo. “I’m good, I planned ahead.” The TSA expects record numbers of fliers at airports across the country. Screeners hope travelers like Acevedo do what they can to make going through security easy. “I printed […]

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    Police go high-tech to catch package thieves

    ISSAQUAH, Wash. – The Issaquah Police Department is going high-tech in its pursuit of holiday package thieves. The department has loaned to several homeowners an electronic doorbell made by Ring. The device is equipped with a camera and microphone that can alert homeowners to strangers at the front door. Police are targeting the device’s placement in neighborhoods that experienced high levels of package thefts last year. “It’s nice to know who’s on your front porch,” said homeowner Valerie Krock, who […]

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    Speed, weather triggers dozens of crashes in North Central Washington

    SNOQUALMIE PASS, Wash. — Travel in the mountain passes was treacherous on Tuesday. Washington State Troopers closed sections on I-90 and U.S. 97 due to bad weather and several crashes. Troopers said they responded to 61 collisions in North Central Washington since midnight Monday, all of which were caused by drivers going too fast for weather conditions. Since holiday travelers will soon be filling highways across the state, troopers said now is the time to prepare. “We just want people […]

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    Washington’s Electoral College members break tradition, split votes for presidency

    OLYMPIA, Wash. – History was made in Olympia Monday. For the first time in four decades, members of the Electoral College broke ranks. Four of our state’s 12 electoral members decided not to cast a vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton, even though she carried Washington state in the November election. One of the faithless electors said he had to vote his conscience, even if it means losing some money to a state fine. Demonstrators lined up on the Capitol steps hoping […]

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    Man accused of shooting Mount Vernon officer faces judge, possible attempted murder charge

    MOUNT VERNON, Wash. – Ernesto Lee Rivas Sr., the man accused of shooting a Mount Vernon police officer, faced a Skagit County judge Friday morning. Rivas smirked when prosecutors asked the judge to set bail at $1 million. While he hasn’t yet been officially charged, Rivas’ criminal history could play a factor. He could face life in prison if he’s convicted on attempted first-degree murder. The 44-year-old suspect entered court wearing street clothes, and his girlfriend was a spectator in the […]

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    Protests precede ‘Satanic’ after-school club opening in Tacoma

    TACOMA, Wash. — Tacoma’s first after-school Satan club opened its doors at Point Defiance Elementary School. Local Satanists told Q13 News they are not trying to convert children; instead they want to expose them to other religions. The controversial program drew a protest at the school Wednesday. Nearly 40 people stood outside to protest the new after-school program put on by The Satanic Temple of Seattle. “These 5-year-old children are very impressionable; if you have an adult come in and […]