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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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    Cancer patients, hospital workers possibly exposed to tuberculosis

    SEATTLE — More than 100 cancer patients in the Pacific Northwest are being warned that a health care worker may have exposed them to tuberculosis. The disease, according to doctors, can make already-vulnerable patients even sicker because of their weakened immune systems. The Seattle and King County Department of Health said officials are in the process of notifying about 140 cancer patients who could have been exposed. In addition, nearly 50 hospital employees have already undergone testing. “We recognize as […]

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    Neighbors concerned violent crime growing out of control in Tukwila

    TUKWILA, Wash. — In the past 30 days, at least three shootings were reported in Tukwila. Sunday night was the latest incident. Police said someone gunned down two people sitting in a parked car, killing one of them. The latest shooting happened less than a block from a city park. Some neighbors worry the violence is getting out of hand. Azucena Munoz said she worries about her son Tyler’s safety. Sunday night’s shooting happened only two blocks from her home. […]

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    Temporary homeless camp opens in Seattle for ‘The Jungle’ exodus

    SEATTLE — The notorious homeless camp under Interstate 5 called ‘The Jungle’ is on the move. Dozens of homeless people are moving out of The Jungle into a new holding camp much closer to local businesses. Both city and state officials said the new holding camp is temporary. It’s an effort to clear out The Jungle underneath I-5 so WSDOT can start work on repairs. Cheyenne Reynoso said she never though she would end up homeless. She and her partner […]

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    SDOT: Searching for drugs, human trafficking at Port of Seattle

    SEATTLE — The City of Seattle’s Department of Transportation is cracking down on container ship truckers to help keep the rest of us safe on the roads. State and federal agencies spent Thursday morning searching for contraband, including victims of trafficking, that could be hidden in the containers. Thousands of trucks move goods and products in and out of the Port of Seattle every day and those container boxes end up spread out all across the state. While police said […]

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    Armed robber repeatedly strikes local Snohomish County gas stations

    LAKE STEVENS, Wash. – There were some frightening moments caught on camera of what police call a serial armed robber targeting local gas stations. Detectives said the same man has hit three stores in just as many weeks. The latest happened at a Getchel area Shell gas station on July 31. Cameras showed him lifting his shirt and showing his gun to the clerk who then emptied the register and handed over the cash. “We’re pretty sure this is going […]

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    Former football coach fired for praying on field sues school district, cites civil rights violations

    TACOMA, Wash. — The former high school football coach who prayed on the field after games is now suing the Bremerton School District. Joe Kennedy said the district violated his free speech rights and civil liberties when his bosses told him he couldn’t pray on the football field after games. This coming football season will be the first Kennedy will be without a team for as long as he can remember. Now, the lawsuit filed on Tuesday will ask a federal […]

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    Police: Roy man murdered 12-year-old nephew with machete, shot himself in head

    ROY, Wash. — A 12-year-old boy from Roy is dead, murdered by his uncle in his own home Sunday morning, police said. Police said Christian Brayton, the boy’s 27-year-old uncle, took his own life shortly after neighbors called police. The details in the case are devastating and gruesome – even investigators said they, too, were having a hard time coping. Even more troubling about the murder-suicide, police said, is so far they can’t say for certain why it happened. Investigators said […]

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    Police: Swimming instructor caught secretly videotaping female co-workers in locker room

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. — A local swimming instructor is behind bars, facing voyeurism and child pornography charges. Bellingham police said 53-year-old David Frick secretly video-recorded female employees in a changing room at a local pool. City officials said Frick had worked at the public pool since 1996 – but he had only recently been video-recording his female co-workers in their private dressing rooms with his cellphone; the last time allegedly happened last week. “My prime responsibility is public safety so my […]

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    Devastating mobile home fire near Bonney Lake leaves 1 dead, 2 seriously injured

    BONNEY LAKE, Wash. — One person died and two others with life-threatening injuries were rushed to the hospital Thursday after a mobile home fire in Prairie Ridge, a community just south of the city of  Bonney Lake, East Pierce Fire and Rescue said. Firefighters were called to the scene on the 14700 block of Prairie Ridge Drive East at 3:57 p.m., the fire department said.  When they arrived, they found a  mobile home fully involved. Two people had been able […]

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    School officials, Auburn Police question report suggesting Green River College is No. 1 in nation in robberies

    AUBURN, Wash. — A new report published by a software company suggests robberies at Green River College are the highest of any college in the nation. But the school and Auburn police are questioning the report’s numbers. Green River College officials said they reported only nine robberies to the U.S. Department of Education in 2014, not the 27 robberies that were listed in the report. The software company called Graphic published the report this week. Its data suggests Green River […]