As a Bellevue native, I love being back in the Pacific Northwest reporting on the community I love!

I joined the talented news team here at Q13 FOX in 2011.
I’ve worked all over the country, most recently anchoring for WHDH in Boston. Before that I spent time as an anchor and reporter at WPLG in Miami, WBAL in Baltimore, KIVI in Boise, and KHQA in Quincy, Illinois.

I take pride in covering our community and the people who make it so special. That’s why I created a franchise called Changemakers, highlighting the remarkable people who live here and dedicate endless hours to making this a better place. As a Seahawks fan, it’s also incredibly rewarding to share stories about your favorite Seahawks players off the field. Their passions, journeys to the NFL, and commitments to support our communities.

As a proud University of Washington alum, my Saturdays are spent cheering on the Huskies. Sundays are dedicated to the Seahawks. I’m still waiting for the day my beloved Sonics return to town.

When I’m not at the station, I love to host events for nonprofits, making our community even stronger. I’m also passionate about skiing and spending time with my wife and two young children. My son has physical and intellectual disabilities. Because of that, I feel it’s important to advocate for those with disabilities, both on the air and in life.

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Recent Articles
  • Touching moments, lasting lessons from Fife High School’s 70th class reunion

    "We were all close. Everybody was really close and it’s been that way for the rest of our life.”

  • Washington microbrewery invests in tech to capture, reuse carbon dioxide

    LEAVENWORTH, Wash. — A Washington microbrewery is trying to reduce its carbon footprint one vat at a time. Pam Brulotte and her husband own Icicle Brewing Company in Leavenworth which is opening a new brewhouse to meet demand. “This space can grow up to 25,000 barrels we don’t really see ourselves getting that big. We just follow the growth that comes naturally,” said Pam. Another thing that comes naturally is carbon dioxide, a byproduct of the brewing process. Small breweries […]

  • Changemaker: Starbucks worker with Down Syndrome celebrated, retires after 29 years

    Kenny Kraning entered Starbucks almost 29 years ago looking to contribute. He walked out of the coffee giant's Seattle headquarters for the last time after forever changing people's perspectives and the company's culture.

  • Changemaker: Former UW golfer creates Leo’s Lighthouse to raise awareness of son’s ultra rare condition

    MEDINA, Wash. — If you were to face a crisis, ever wonder who in your life would step up? Who would be on your team? Golf is known to be an individual sport, but on a rainy day at Overlake Country Club in Medina, you will not find a closer team. Scott Morrison played on the UW golf team more than 20 years ago. He went on to a successful career in fashion, married a model and had two beautiful […]

  • Memorial Day of remembrance, honor, and education at Tahoma National Cemetery

    Thousands headed to Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent to reflect and remember on Memorial Day

  • Vietnam veterans lead effort to create memorial park in Tukwila

    "It’s a place where people can come reflect. Feel acknowledged. Feel appreciated.”

  • Watch: Seattle Children’s Hospital gives little girl ‘Princess Surprise’ and it’s pure magic!

    SEATTLE– For children with serious medical issues, at times it can be hard to find inspiration to keep fighting. Some doctors and nurses at Seattle Children’s Hospital found a special way to energize a little 21-month-old girl. Born nine weeks premature, Emma Krall spent the first eight months of her life in the hospital.  She’s now back for major spinal surgery. “She was becoming super close to becoming paralyzed,” said her mother Rachel Krall. When in the hospital, princesses provide […]

  • Changemaker: Young Bellingham man’s generosity continues, even in death

    BELLINGHAM, Wash– Jordan Slagle “lived generously,” according to his family. So after the 26-year-old from Bellingham unexpectedly died July 7, 2016, those who loved him made a commitment to continue Jordan’s legacy. It’s seen in Gina Garding, who now works in special education at Sehome High School thanks to the effort. “I think that I wouldn’t have gotten to this point in my career without the help from Jordan,” Garding said. She received a scholarship in Jordan’s name that helped […]

  • State, federal government considering ‘pay per mile’ tax plans

    OLYMPIA, Wash. — There could soon be a tax on the miles you drive. Lawmakers in DC and Olympia are considering it. The idea is getting traction because there’s just not enough money coming in from the gas tax. Electric and hybrid cars are better for the environment, but if fewer drivers are filling up, that’s less money, and elected leaders say we need to make changes. Right now, Washington state has the second highest gas tax in the country […]

  • What’s next in state’s investigation into deadly crane collapse?

    SEATTLE — Seattle has more tower cranes than any other city in the country. That fact alone has many in the city asking: What went wrong on Saturday? State Labor and Industries investigators will look closely at the video that captured a crane Saturday crashing into Google’s new campus. The crash killed four people, including two who were working to dismantle the crane. Experts say hearing from those directly involved when the crane fell will be vital. James Pritchett of […]

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