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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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Recent Articles
  • Did neighbors cross the line taking owner’s dog they believed was abused?

    TACOMA — A group of South Sound neighbors and strangers took the law into their own hands to save a dog they thought was being neglected and abused. They took the dog out of its own back yard and rushed it to a vet for help, but the fate of the dog and her owner is still up in the air. Animal Control said someone dropped off the lab-mix named Kiki at The Humane Society on Monday afternoon. But the […]

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    Flu death toll rising in Washington; 5-year-old Pierce County girl among fatalities

    TACOMA — The Pierce County medical examiner has confirmed that a 5-year-old girl died from the flu. The child’s mother simply thought her daughter had a bad cold but died just days later. So far, 24 people have died from the flu across the state; ten people have died from the flu in Pierce County. The 5-year-old girl, Scarlet Taylor, loved to sing and she was full of life. But last month her mother, Rebecca, said the school nurse told […]

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    Brazen thieves target animal shelter, make off with thousands of dollars in property

    AUBURN — A local animal shelter is reeling after a series of burglaries left them thousands of dollars in the hole. On three separate occasions crooks targeted the Auburn Valley Humane Society. The crooks prowled employee’s cars on at least two different times at the shelter, getting away with a purse and a backpack. But it’s what happened just about a month ago that’s really hurting the organization. While employees and volunteers were busy inside taking care of the animals, […]

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    Report of a man with gun at Meridian Park Elementary closes schools district-wide

    SHORELINE — There were frightening moments for parents Wednesday morning after there was a report of a man with a gun at Meridian Park Elementary School in Shoreline. The incident forced more than 14 schools to shut down for the day and parents scrambling to reach their children. It all started at Meridian Park Elementary about an hour before classes normally start. The King County Sheriff’s Office said a school employee reported he had been making a delivery at the […]

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    ‘It was terrifying … the scariest thing I’ve ever witnessed,” mom says of mudslide hitting house

    HOQUIAM, Wash. — Grays Harbor County commissioners on Tuesday declared a state of emergency from torrential rains, floods and massive mudslides that took out several houses. No one has been injured so far. Some homeowners were returning home Tuesday to find everything they own swept away by the mud and floods. Two parts of one cliff came roaring down into homes in Hoquiam after torrential rains weakened the land. A geologist spent the day examining the hillsides, trying to determine […]

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    Major flooding hits coastal cities; mudslides, high water close highways

    ABERDEEN, Wash — Parts of downtown Aberdeen and Hoquiam are under water Monday, with many streets blocked by heavy floods and even mudslides. A sergeant with the Aberdeen Police Department said that there were a number mudslides in town but no reported injuries. At least three homes were knocked off their foundation, officials said. Multiple viewers in Aberdeen reported seeing numerous cars in standing water and a few downtown businesses that appeared to be flooded. A mudslide has completely blocked US […]

  • Crooks break into Post Office boxes twice in one week

    GOLD BAR, Wash. — The Grinch has kept busy in Gold Bar. Police say crooks may have broken into locked post office boxes in the small town. Investigators said it happened on Christmas Eve and then again on December 29. Police found pry marks on the doors and at least 16 post office boxes had been looted. An electric lock is supposed to keep everyone out of the facility after 11 p.m. Snohomish County sheriff’s deputies and U.S. postal inspectors […]

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    Pilfering package thieves persist in Snohomish County

    GRANITE FALLS, Wash. — Christmas might be over but some package thieves are still on the loose with your gifts. A Granite Falls man thinks his cameras might be able to put at least one of them behind bars. The theft happened in a rural, out-of-the-way neighborhood and the victim thinks the thief must have trailed the delivery truck. “I don’t even want the stuff back,” said homeowner Brian Lamkin, “I want to catch you.” It happened three days before […]

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    Family says neighbor killed their dog over dispute: ‘It just doesn’t make any sense’

    PORT ORCHARD, Wash.  — A property dispute in Port Orchard turned violent over the weekend. The owners of a 3-year-old basset hound said their neighbor shot and killed her because she wouldn’t stay out of her neighbor’s yard. “It just doesn’t make any sense of why anybody would shoot a basset hound,” said Annette Fritz. Annette said the dog, named Butterfinger, was a gift for her husband three years ago on Father’s Day. The dispute started last spring when the […]

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    Pocket dialing 911 strains emergency operator workload

    EVERETT — Have you ever accidentally called 911 on your cell phone? Maybe your kids dialed the number or you accidentally pocket dialed. Either way, dispatchers still have to find out if there’s a problem – possibly taking precious time away from legitimate emergencies. Emergency operators at SNOPAC in Everett took a whopping 37,000 abandoned or unintentional 911 calls already since September. That number is likely to grow in 2015. Hundreds of calls ring into the center each day, but […]