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Hi! Thanks for clicking this bio to learn more about me. I’m so grateful to be part of Q13 News This Morning, which in my opinion, is the best morning news show on planet Earth.

Since 2014, I’ve been lucky enough to help you start your mornings on Q13, but I’ve been in this business for well over a decade, reporting and anchoring all over the country. Before arriving in Seattle in 2013, I worked as a Morning Anchor in Oklahoma City. The wild weather I covered was the most unforgettable, reporting live in floods, ice storms, and even in the aftermath of massive tornadoes. Before that, I worked in Flint, MI at the height of the recession, covering the auto industry and its impact on the local community. I got my start in TV in 2007 Yuma, AZ, as an anchor, reporter and producer, covering the US-Mexico border, immigration and presidential visits. I even did the weather in Yuma, which is one of the hottest places in the nation.

Arizona was also where I met my husband, Adam. We were married in Woodinville in 2013. My husband and two sweet dogs are my most precious cargo in this world. We have two Pomeranians, Wolfie is 15, and Diggy is 4. If you ever want to see their photos, I have about 9,000 of them on my phone that I am happy to show off.

Other than that, I love going to dance class with my girlfriends, weight training at the gym, napping (I mean, I AM on a morning show and perpetually sleep deprived), drinking wine while online shopping, going for walks on Alki Beach, catching up on my favorite TV shows and reading. I’m always looking for a new page turner or bingeable show. If you have any good book or TV show suggestions, find me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. See you on TV!


Recent Articles
  • Stanley the gentle giant woos seniors in Mukilteo

    MUKILTEO, Wash. — Stanley the dog is pretty popular in Mukilteo, and you see it the moment he walks into the Harbour Point Senior Living community. The 4-year-old pit bull visits the Mukilteo retirement community every Tuesday, and he’s quickly become a welcomed tradition. Stanley provides the companionship of a furry friend, which is something that many of the residents have to give up when they move out of their homes and into senior communities. Angelia Brigance, the executive director […]

  • Lower prices, small-town feel lure home-buyers to Mukilteo

    MUKILTEO, Wash. – Home prices all over western Washington are creeping farther and farther out of reach for many families, who are looking outside of heavily populated areas for a home and community. Mukilteo is one of those communities that many are seeking out for home prices that are slightly lower than Seattle, along with its draw as a beach community and small-town feel. “I call ourselves a beautiful, seaside city,” says Tina Chun, a broker for Windemere Real Estate […]

  • After 35 years in Sumner, The Old Cannery continues making new memories

    SUMNER, Wash. — If you grew up in or around Sumner, chances are you’ve made a stop or two at The Old Cannery. At first glance, it’s a furniture store, but look closer, and it’s easy to see it’s much more than tables, chairs and couches. In fact, The Old Cannery might be a bit more famous for its community events, homemade fudge, trains and even animatronics. If it sounds like paradise for kids, that’s because it’s designed that way. […]

  • Sumner area providing quality of life for home buyers at affordable prices

    SUMNER, Wash. — Local home buyers are looking outside of Seattle for more affordable deals, and many are turning to the Sumner-Bonney Lake-Lake Tapps market, wherein some cases, homes are half the price of what you’ll pay in Seattle. The median home price in Seattle is over $700,000, according to Zillow, while prices in Sumner and Bonney Lake range in price from about $300,000 to $400,000. Real estate agents Kylee Hill and Shelley Heck live and work in this booming […]

  • Auburn Outlet Collection looks for ways to change with the times

    AUBURN, Wash. — The Auburn Outlet Collection first opened 25 years ago, but it’s changed a lot from what you might remember when it opened in the 1990s. The Auburn Outlet Collection has been getting creative with those changes to stay relevant in a changing consumer world. Lara Mae Chollette with Washington Prime Group says the idea is to shake up a traditional mall setting by becoming more of a community space. “We want to be a part of the […]

  • ‘It’s such a thrill:’ Emerald Downs Racetrack prepares for opening day

    The opening of races at Emerald Downs Racetrack is just around the corner!

  • Saving endangered pocket gophers in Thurston County presents challenges

    Mounds at the Olympia Regional Airport represent a problem in Thurston County.

  • Tour Olympia’s historic Bigelow House!

    OLYMPIA, Wash. — History is alive and well in Olympia at the historic Bigelow House. It’s the oldest in Olympia and tells the story of Daniel and Elizabeth Bigelow, early pioneers who settled in Washington state. Generations of the Bigelow family live here and now, history lives on as the home was turned into a museum, open to the public. Shanna Stevenson is a historian and board member with the Olympia Historical Society. She gave Q13 an exclusive one-on-one tour. […]

  • Washington State Fair: A Northwest tradition for more than a century

    The Washington State Fair is the largest fair in the state and a family tradition filled with our favorite kinds of nostalgia: rides, slides, livestock, a rodeo, concerts and epic fair food, including those addicting scones.

  • Taking the road less traveled to Bellingham — spots to check out along the way

    As the saying goes, the journey is just as important as the destination. The same goes for a good road trip. In this case, our adventure took us north from Seattle to Bellingham. Instead of taking I-5, we took Chuckanut Drive. Locals will tell you that while this 20-mile drive is a bit off the beaten path, it’s totally worth it. This iconic Washington State scenic route was completed back in 1896, as a way to connect the southern parts […]

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