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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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  • Police are still searching for the suspected beer thief seen in this surveillance video.

    Shoplifter in getaway car kills Sedro-Woolley store clerk, injures another

    SEDRO-WOOLLEY, Wash. — Police are on the hunt for beer thieves who hit and killed a popular store clerk with their getaway car. Investigators have just released surveillance video from inside the James Market in Sedro-Woolley. Cops say the thief is probably in his late teens. He ran out of the store with two cases of beer. And what could have ended as a simple shoplifting case is now being investigated as a robbery and homicide. “People are shocked by […]

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    Prosecutors: Man accused of sex abuse was grooming a child from jail

    PORT ORCHARD – There are new details in a shocking case of alleged child abuse in Bremerton. Stephen Jabs, 51, a volunteer at several area schools, is now facing a total of three child rape charges. Police believe they’ve discovered five victims so far. And prosecutors allege that Jabs was grooming a child from the Kitsap County Jail, allegedly calling one girl to wish her a happy birthday. Jabs appeared in court Thursday on new charges alleging he sexually abused […]

  • A screen grab photo from the surveillance video shows the two suspects in the theft of fundraising bricks from the Kitsap 9/11 Memorial in Bremerton.

    Police: 2 juveniles who stole bricks from 9/11 Memorial in custody, ‘very remorseful’

    BREMERTON — Two juveniles who ripped up and stole fundraising bricks from the Kitsap 9/11 Memorial were caught Wednesday and were “very remorseful,” Bremerton police said. “Bricks will be back in place by nightfall,” the police tweeted. “Thanks to citizen tips and all of you!” Police had earlier released surveillance video showing the two — a male and female — on Tuesday stealing engraved bricks from the memorial that was built to honor the more than 3,000 people killed in […]

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    ‘Uncle Ike’s’ — Seattle’s 2nd legal pot store — built like a fortress, to open Tuesday

    SEATTLE — In less that 24-hours Seattle’s second legal pot shop is set to open its doors. The retail outlet is called Uncle Ike’s and its focus isn’t just on the pot – security is paramount at the new facility on 23rd Avenue and East Union Street. The first thing you notice is the construction – the building looks as secure as Fort Knox. And for added protection, security is being run by ex-military. “One entrance, no other points of […]

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    Man accused of killing neighbor’s ‘barking’ dog pleads not guilty to charges

    BELLINGHAM — The man accused of shooting dead a neighbor’s dog for allegedly barking pleaded not guilty to the charges Friday. Police said David Latham, 55, walked over to his neighbor’s yard and shot dead the neighbor’s corgi two weeks ago, allegedly because he was angry over a dog’s barking.  As it turned out, the corgi wasn’t the dog that had been barking. But Latham is in serious trouble with the law. It happened in the backyard of Cary Chunyk’s […]

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    Carjacking, armed robberies on Capitol Hill: ‘It’s horrible … I don’t want to be scared’ here

    SEATTLE — A rash of armed robberies on Capitol Hill has neighbors on edge. At least four people were robbed at gunpoint since midnight Wednesday – and one person was carjacked. “There’s so much going on up here and you hear about things happening all the time,” said student Kaelan Finley. One after another, 911 calls poured into Seattle police after several people claimed they were robbed at gunpoint early Thursday morning. A carjacking was reported on East Seneca around […]

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    Man shot, killed in Pioneer Square; police seek 2 suspects

    SEATTLE — A man was killed Wednesday when police say a gunman opened fire in downtown Seattle. The shooting happened at 2nd Avenue and Yesler Way just prior to a meeting with city leaders who are working to tackle crime that has plagued Pioneer Square. Police responded just after 10:30 a.m. Wednesday morning; the shooting happened when the sidewalk was filled with people heading to work. The shooting victim has not been identified, but Seattle police said he appeared to be in his 20s. […]

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    Vintage Harleys swiped in early morning theft in Tacoma

    TACOMA — It’s a Harley-heist right out of the movies. Five antique motorcycles hailing from the 1920s and ’30s were stolen without a trace from a Tacoma hotel parking lot. The bikers had just finished a cross-country race but now they are out nearly $250,000 in the theft. Biker Jon Newman has been working the phones since the early morning. He woke up to find his truck and trailer, filled with five antique Harleys had vanished from the Hotel Murano […]

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    Help classic motorcycle club find priceless bikes stolen from Tacoma hotel (PHOTOS)

    TACOMA — It’s a Harley-heist right out of the movies. Five antique motorcycles hailing from the 1920’s and 30’s were stolen without a trace from a Tacoma hotel parking lot. The bikers had just finished a cross-country race but now they are out nearly $250,000 in the theft. Biker Jon Newman has been working the phones since the early morning. He woke up to find his truck and trailer, filled with 5 antique Harleys had vanished from the Hotel Murano […]