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
  • Families who lost 43 loved ones in Oso landslide push for permanent memorial

    If you would like to support the Oso Slide Memorial Effort: click here OSO, Wash.–The families of the 43 people killed in the Oso landslide five years ago are still working to share their stories. About the precious lives lost. About the event that forever changed the community. Now, they’re working to build a permanent memorial, similar to what you’d find at Ground Zero in New York or Oklahoma City after the bombing there. They say it’s the least we […]

  • Changemakers: Group gives LGBTQ+ students a safe place to speak out and pizza, too

    OLYMPIA, Wash. — It’s a new approach to stop bullying of kids who are targeted because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. According to the people behind it, it’s drastically reduced teen suicides. This work began following a rash of suicides in Thurston County involving LGBTQ+ students. Some adults who understood their isolation took action by inviting any students who wanted to attend to have a slice of pizza and talk. “I feel comfortable being honest… and other people […]

  • Viaduct demolition brings out curiosity, emotions

    SEATTLE — We’re wrapping up the first week week of demolition of the Alaskan Way Viaduct. The tear down has become a spectator sport, bringing out all sorts of emotions and anticipation. Woody Macleod and his wife Candy of North Bend wanted to see it for themselves. They’ve lived in the Pacific Northwest for 37 years. Today, they drove to Seattle to take in the old elevated highway, for what may be the last time. “This is one of the […]

  • ‘Oso Slide Memorial Highway’ — Commission approves naming stretch of SR530 for landslide victims

    OLYMPIA, Wash. — There were tears and hugs in Olympia Wednesday as family members of the 43 victims who died in the Oso landslide almost 5 years ago asked for part of a highway to be renamed in their honor. “My brother was lost in the slide, he was found exactly two months to the day,” said John Hadaway. Hadaway’s brother Steven was one of those killed in the deadliest landslide in U.S. history. On March 22, 2014, part of […]

  • Changemaker: 7-year-old Tacoma girl spreads love to homeless people on Valentine’s Day

    TACOMA — Valentine’s Day is a time to let the people close to us know how much we love them. 7-year-old Samara Canley is spreading that love to strangers who could use a pick me up. Leading up to Valentine’s Day, she delivered 350 care packages to homeless people in the Tacoma area. “Maybe there are just some people out there who really need this in their lives,” said Canley, whose smile could light up any room. She’s been making […]

  • The challenges of safely demolishing the Alaskan Way Viaduct in Seattle

    SEATTLE– In just days, demolition crews will begin tearing down the Alaskan Way Viaduct. Section by section, the elevated highway that opened in the 1950’s will be demolished. Safely removing the double-decked highway is almost as challenging as building it. Demolishing the Viaduct will take about six months, with work starting at the Columbia Street on ramp and north of Pike Street. From there, crews will focus on Columbia Street, taking down sections to the south and north.  They’ll secure […]

  • Viaduct demolition brings out stories, emotions about elevated highway’s rich history in Seattle

    SEATTLE — In less than two weeks, crews will begin demolishing the Alaskan Way Viaduct, which wraps up a chapter in our region’s history. For more than 65 years, the elevated highway offered drivers a way to skirt downtown, right along the waterfront. Its removal  has people feeling all sorts of emotions. Some in Seattle  are ready to say good riddance. “It’s kind of an eyesore to be honest with you,” said longtime resident Paul Cocus. Others, like Suzy Kuekelhan, are […]

  • Schultz facing backlash as he weighs 2020 run

    SEATTLE — There’s more backlash to Howard Schultz and his possible run for the White House.  The former Starbucks CEO is taking fire from all sides, saying he’d run as an independent. Washington Democrats shared a message on Twitter urging him not to run, worried the left-leaning business mogul will siphon votes away from the Democratic candidate in 2020 and hand the election to President Donald Trump. — WA Democrats (@washdems) January 26, 2019 The president seemingly egged Schultz […]

  • Changemaker: Kitsap County 9-year-old delivers smiles to thousands of sick kids in the hospital

    KITSAP COUNTY, Wash.– He’s only 9 years old, but Zachary Darner from the Brownsville community in Kitsap County already knows so much about the value of giving back. Three years ago, he set out on a mission to make a few sick children in the hospital a bit happier during the holidays. It has turned into a community movement, delivering thousands of new toys to kids who could use some cheering up. Darner has seen it for himself. His little […]

  • Tyler Lockett delivers Seahawks surprise to deserving Pierce County 14-year-old and we take you along for the magic

    AUBURN, Wash. – It always feels good when we can celebrate kids in our community who are working to make it better. And that’s what Q13 News was able to do with help from the Seattle Seahawks. Auburn Riverside High School had an assembly in December about fundraising to support students and their families who may be struggling this holiday season. To provide a little inspiration, we surprised them with a visit from Seahawks receiver Tyler Lockett. Then it was time […]

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