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Greetings — I’m John White and I’m a News Assignment Editor at Q13 FOX News.

I’ve been fortunate to have lived and worked in some great places: New York, San Francisco and Seatlle.

And despite the regional and cultural differences I’ve found that people, for the most part, are the same — they have the same wants, needs and desires.

As for me, I love music, the arts, classic movies, astronomy and comedy. I like to travel and I’m a novice foodie. Oh, and I’ve got a wry sense of humor.


Recent Articles
  • South Kitsap Fire and Rescue

    Police pursuit of burglary suspects ends up with fiery finish

    PORT ORCHARD – They may have planned the burglary, but they couldn’t have planned the ending. Police chased two burglary suspects on a high-speed chase from Port Orchard to the Bremerton National airport, ending in a fiery crash early Sunday morning, the Kitsap Sun reported. Charter boat operator Randy Jones arrived at his storage unit just before 7 a.m. and saw a man closing the unit’s door, the Sun reported. Jones confronted the man, who got into a white van […]

  • KCPQ TV

    Police investigate Black Diamond girl’s death

    BLACK DIAMOND – Police are investigating the death of a 6-year-old Black Diamond girl, who died at her home on Saturday. The Black Diamond Police Department and members of the regional Major Crimes Task Force were called to the 225100 block of Roberts Drive just after 1:30 p.m. officials reported. Kent Fire Department Lieutenant Kyle Ohashi said that firefighters from King County Fire District 44 and King County paramedics found the girl unresponsive. Medics tried but were unsuccessful in reviving […]

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    Fish & Wildlife agents forced to euthanize black bear

    LACEY – Department of Fish and Wildlife (DFW) agents were forced to shoot and kill a black bear in Lacey on Saturday afternoon. Sergeant Greg Haw told Q13Fox News that the 200 pound female black bear showed up in a homeowner’s yard off Timberline Drive in Lacey around 2 p.m. Haw said that the bear was acting strangely and did not appear to fear humans, when DFW agents and Lacey Police responded to the homeowner’s property. For the past week […]

  • King County Sheriff's Office

    Police: deadly rollover crash in Burien, driver in custody

    BURIEN – King County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a fatal rollover crash in Burien that happened around 2 a.m.Friday morning. Police said that a car was traveling on Ambaum Boulevard SW when the driver apparently lost control and hit a barrier at SW 119th Street. The male driver of the car reportedly fled the crash scene, Sgt Stan Seo with King County Sheriff’s office told Q13 FOX News. The male passenger in the car was pronounced dead at the scene, […]

  • KCPQ TV

    Black Lives Matter activists disrupt Bernie Sanders speech

    SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was shoved aside by several Black Lives Matter activists and eventually left the stage at an afternoon event in Seattle without giving his speech. Sanders was just starting to address several thousand people at Westlake Park on Saturday when two women took over the microphone. The women spoke about Ferguson and the killing of Michael Brown and held a four minute moment of silence. Sanders was pushed away when he tried […]

  • Kent Fire Department

    Fed-Ex warehouse evacuated over hazardous materials scare

    KENT – A chemical spill at a Kent warehouse forced workers to evacuate the Fed-Ex facility late Wednesday night. Firefighters from the Kent Regional Fire Authority responded to a reported chemical leak at the building in the 6200 block of South 228th Street, Kent FD reported. An employee driving a forklift inside the warehouse accidentally punctured a 55 gallon drum, a fire department spokesman told Q13FOX News. About 30 employees evacuated the warehouse and waited in the parking lot for […]

  • Tukwila Fire Department

    Man seriously burned in trailer fire

    TUKWILA — A man was seriously burned in a trailer fire in Tukwila late Monday night. Fire crews from Tukwila and Kent FD responded to the fire in a 5th wheel trailer, just before midnight, Tukwila Fire Department reported. Fire crews arrived at the scene in the 19600 block of Orilla Road South and immediately shut down the road in both directions between South 200th Street and South 188th Street. Firefighters found the man with serious burns to his upper […]

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    Pierce county deputies investigating apparent murder-suicide

    PIERCE COUNTY – Deputies are investigating a murder-suicide at a home near Puyallup. Pierce County Sheriff’s detective Ed Troyer said that a 31-year old man shot and killed a 35-year old woman, and then killed himself. The victim’s 15-year old daughter and another relative made the discovery inside the home near 11200 block of 71st Avenue Court East early Monday morning. Troyer said that the couple was in an on-and-off again relationship. Investigators are looking into the circumstances that lead […]

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    Crews search for missing man in Puget Sound near Gig Harbor

    GIG HARBOR – Rescue crews are searching Puget Sound for a missing man who fell into the water near the Tacoma Narrows bridge early Friday morning. The man, in his 20s, was walking along a hillside with another man when they both lost their balance and fell down a hill around 3 a.m., Gig Harbor Fire Chief Eric Waters said. One man made it to shore near Narrows Park and knocked on someone’s door to report what had happened, Waters […]

  • Ice caves

    Forest Service may install emergency telephone near Ice Caves

    VERLOT – When the Big Four Ice Caves collapsed on July 6th, eyewitnesses had to run more than a mile down a trail, and drive another 14.5 miles to the nearest phone to call for help. There is no cell phone service in area near the caves, located in the Mount Baker – Snoqualmie National Forest, the Herald of Everett reported. The deadly accident killed one woman, Annalisa Santana, of Moreno Valley, California, and injured five other people. Now, the […]