I joined the Q13 Fox News team in April 2018. This is my first time living or even being on the West Coast, and I’m excited at the opportunity to get to know the Seattle community and tell your stories.

My time in the news industry has given me the chance to live in a few different places across the country. Before Seattle, I worked for WNCN in Raleigh, N.C., WBTW in Myrtle Beach, S.C., and WBOC in Salisbury, Md.

All of these places have been home for me, but my home will always be the Philadelphia area.

I graduated with honors from Susquehanna University in 2010 and went to high school at Salesianum in Wilmington, Delaware.

I love music, art, drawing and playing guitar. I love going to shows. I love the beach, the ocean, and surfing.

If you have any story ideas, or cheese steak and hoagie suggestions, contact me ajanavel@kcpq.com.


Recent Articles
  • Elizabeth Warren visits Seattle

    SEATTLE, WA – Saturday, thousands packed into the Seattle Center to see Democratic Presidential Candidate Elizabeth Warren. Officials say about 7,000 people were in attendance. Hundreds were forced to watch the campaign rally in an overflow room. However, these numbers are a little more than half of what Warren drew last August when she was in Seattle. During that event, 15,000 people were in attendance. Some people at Saturday’s rally say they waited in line all day just to get […]

  • “I was going to even cook him some dinner,” Victim and Sheriff’s officials warn of Craigslist scam

    SKYWAY, WA – King County Sheriff’s Officials are warning the community about a local scam and asking for help to find the suspect. Investigators say a man from Craigslist offered home improvement services to a Skyway woman, but instead he made off with her TV. “I was going to even cook him some dinner,” said Pam Williams. A Texas native, Williams planned to show some southern hospitality to a stranger she welcomed into her home to do a job. Williams […]

  • Tacoma seeks community input on affordable housing solutions

    TACOMA – The City of Tacoma is looking to the community for input on how to address the issue of affordable housing. Numbers from the city show that 40% of households in Tacoma struggle to afford their homes. On Wednesday, the Tacoma Planning Commission welcomed members of the community to provide their input. “I feel like it was important that someone stood up and said something about the cost of living,” said April Thompson. Thompson is a mother of five […]

  • Woman accused of drugging another woman, plotting to steal baby pleads not guilty

    TACOMA — A woman accused of plotting to steal a newborn baby has been officially charged. Prosecutors say 38-year-old Juliette Parker schemed for months, posed as a photographer and even drugged a woman as part of the elaborate conspiracy.  Her 16-year-old daughter was also involved, officials say. Court documents say the woman and her daughter laced a cupcake and gave it to a woman, Elysia Miller, in hopes of stealing her baby. Parker is accused of posing as a photographer […]

  • Snohomish sheriff questions county executive’s decision to hire former sheriff as analyst

    EVERETT, Wash. – Snohomish County Sheriff Adam Fortney is questioning County Executive Dave Somers’s decision to hire the former sheriff as a policy analyst. Former Sheriff Ty Trenary will work with the county as a policy analyst focusing on law and justice systems. Those systems include the prosecutors and public defender’s office, the courts, and the sheriff’s office, said Kent Patton with Snohomish County. “Let’s throw the question out to the community, ‘do you think you need another senior policy […]

  • Mom says suspect in attempted baby theft took pictures of her children

    OLYMPIA — A day after deputies arrested a 38-year-old woman and her 16-year-old daughter for allegedly drugging a woman and plotting to steal her baby, Q13 News spoke to a woman who says the suspects took pictures of her children, too. The suspects from Spanaway offered free photography services to new moms and pregnant women, investigators say, as a ruse to find a baby. Investigators say in one instance, the suspects drugged a mom with a laced cupcake. Q13 spoke to […]

  • Everett considers paid parking in parts of downtown

    EVERETT, Wash. — The city is considering adding paid parking downtown to alleviate some of the struggles finding spots. For more than a decade, the city has considered paid parking. Now, they’re making steps toward that possibility. “It’s important though to note that the purpose of paid parking is really for the benefit of business,” said Everett Public Works Director Ryan Sass. Sass says the city just reviewed the results of a year-long parking study. He says the results of […]

  • Everett looks to add two dozen officers by 2022

    EVERETT, Wash. —  Leaders in Everett are looking to increase the police presence in the city over the next couple of years. Mayor Cassie Franklin says crime in Everett is down, but she says people who live in the city report not feeling safe. “That is something as a law enforcement agency, I feel we still need to address,” said Everett Police Chief Dan Templeman. He says the way to address those concerns is to have a visible police presence […]

  • Families return home after Nisqually River flooding

    OLYMPIA, WA – Families along the Nisqually River are still dealing with the destruction that flood waters caused earlier in the week. Thursday, parts of the Nisqually Delta were urged to evacuate due to flooding. On Saturday, some families returned to their homes, seeing for the first time the damage caused by the flood. “It doesn’t even feel like the same house,” said Brian Willard. For the Willard family, their home on the 11000 block of 6th Avenue Southeast was […]

  • Snow expected to blanket the Cascades this weekend

    The National Weather Service predicts heavy snowfall Friday through Saturday in the Cascades impacting driving conditions along the passes. The NWS said the Cascades could see about 12-18 inches of snowfall in a 24 hour period impacting Stevens Pass (US 2), Snoqualmie Pass (I-90), and White Pass (US 12). Drivers at Snoqualmie Pass said conditions got messy quick along I-90. “It started dumping snow when we were coming up and it was raining hard. So, we said lets get gas […]

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