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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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    Bellingham Police: DNA links Sumas man to 3 sex assaults, likely more

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. – The suspect is 36-year-old Edmund Olivas from Sumas. He faced a Whatcom County judge Thursday. Police said Olivas is a serial rapist and investigators can prove their allegations with his DNA. Olivas could be facing 3 counts of kidnapping and 3 counts of rape. Police believe Olivas has only been living in Western Washington for a couple of years. Investigators said his first victim was kidnapped and raped while walking home from a Super Bowl party in […]

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    Police arrest man accused of kidnapping, sexually assaults in Bellingham

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. – Bellingham Police said Thursday they arrested a man accused of kidnapping two teenagers and sexually assaulting them before dropping them off in a secluded area without their shoes or belongings. Investigators said it all started when the suspect asked the two girls for directions on May 27. Investigators believe this man could be connected to two other similar crimes, one in Whatcom County and another outside the area. It’s why they said they’re desperate for the public’s help […]

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    Arlington murder suspect’s parents released from jail pending filing of charges

    EVERETT, Wash. — The elderly parents of fugitive murder suspect John Reed faced a judge on Wednesday for allegedly helping John and his brother Tony Reed run from the law. Police believe John Reed murdered Patrick Shunn and Monique Patenaude of Arlington. Prosecutors said the brothers, John and Tony, got away with their parents’ help. Prosecutors said Reed’s parents, 77-year-old Faye Reed and 81-year-old Clyde Reed, who live in Ellensburg, have no prior criminal history, but they allegedly helped their […]

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    Gay Pride Festival organizers voice security concerns after Orlando shooting

    SEATTLE — Some Seattle gay pride organizers are voicing new security concerns after the deadly shooting in Orlando. Charlette LeFevre, who helps run the Capitol Hill Pride Festival, worries Seattle Police won’t have enough officers to keep everyone safe. LeFevre said the neighborhood along Broadway is the heart of the LGBT community and believes more officers should be working in the area during pride weekend. Seattle Police told Q13 News that pride weekend is an all-hands-on-deck situation and the department […]

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    Seattle police, nightclubs beefing up security after Orlando attack

    SEATTLE — Tens of thousands are expected to come to Seattle to celebrate Pridefest at the end of June. In the wake of the deadly shooting in Orlando, Seattle Police promise to beef up patrols – and some nightclubs are now preparing for the unthinkable. One nightclub, once targeted by an arsonist, plans to train their security staff on how to respond to a mass shooting. Meanwhile, Seattle’s LGBTQ community continues to struggle with last weekend’s violence. “I was in […]

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    Busted expansion joints snarled traffic for miles

    SEATTLE — It happened again — emergency construction on Interstate 5 slowed traffic to a crawl through Seattle on Friday morning. The problem was identified as a 50-year-old expansion joint that failed; it sent road crews scrambling to make repairs. In the coming months WSDOT has scheduled several construction projects to replace dozens of the old expansion joints throughout the I-5 corridor. Still, more unexpected emergencies could pop up just like the one that tied up traffic Friday morning. An […]

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    Suspect found, booked on murder charge in case of missing Lacey woman

    OLYMPIA, Wash. – James Stidd is behind bars in Thurston County after troopers arrested him in eastern Washington early Thursday morning. Police said they can link Stidd to the disappearance of 60-year-old Gail Doyle, a grandmother from Lacey. Nobody has seen or heard from Doyle for a week. Stidd is being held on several charges, including second-degree murder. Investigators said Stidd is not cooperating with police. Thurston County sheriff’s deputies said Stidd, reportedly a longtime acquaintance of Doyle, was the […]

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    Central Washington firefighters worry for upcoming wildfire season

    CHELAN COUNTY, Wash. – Firefighters near Coles Corner made progress containing a 7.5-acre brush fire along U.S. Highway 2 on Wednesday. Officials said the fire that sparked early Wednesday morning posed no danger to homes. Lake Wenatchee Fire and Rescue Assistant Chief Mike Payne said his crews have been busy in the Coles Corner area with multiple wildfires in the only past two weeks. “I’m hoping we get some rain and I’m hoping it cools off a little bit,” said […]

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    ‘I need her, we all need her’: Family, police search for missing grandmother

    OLYMPIA, Wash. — Olympia Police detectives are searching for a missing grandmother from Lacey. Gail Doyle’s family said they haven’t heard from or seen her since late Thursday night and police are worried for her safety. The missing woman’s family told Q13 News she missed both a graduation party and babysitting appointment over the weekend, which is highly unusual. Police believe Doyle was last seen at Devoe Street SE and Martin Way E in Olympia. Investigators are scouring for clues […]

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    Police searching for missing mother in Olympia

    OLYMPIA, Wash. — Olympia police are asking for the public’s help in locating a mother missing since Thursday night. Gail Doyle, 60, was last seen around 10 p.m. June 2 near Martin Way East and Devoe Street NE in Olympia. For the past few days, Doyle’s family has been plastering flyers around West Olympia. They say she has missed several appointments and it is not typical for her to disappear like this. 60 yo Gail Doyle last seen after 10p […]