As a Bellevue native, I’m thrilled to be back in the Pacific Northwest reporting on the community I love.

I joined the talented news team here at Q13 FOX in 2011. You can find me weekdays anchoring the 4PM and 5PM newscasts with Marni Hughes.
I’ve worked all over the country, most recently anchoring for WHDH in Boston. Before that I spent time at WPLG in Miami, WBAL in Baltimore, KIVI in Boise, and KHQA in Quincy, Illinois.

I take pride in telling important stories that impact people’s lives. I’m honored to have a daily platform to do just that.

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 ski, hike, and spend time with my wife and two young children.

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Recent Articles
  • Seahawks, Puyallup Tribe score big for local charities

    RENTON, Wash.–The Seattle Seahawks teamed up with The Puyallup Tribe of Indians on Thursday, making a huge impact on the Western Washington community. The tribe donated $500,000 to the Seahawks’ charity partners. Recipient organizations. Each will receive $50,000 from the Puyallup Tribe of Indians:  City of Tacoma, Neighborhood and Community Services Domestic Abuse Women’s Network (DAWN) Helping Hand House New Beginnings Reach Sawhorse Revolution Special Olympics USA Games Sports in Schools Vision House Washington Department of Veteran Affairs There were […]

  • Changemaker: Bremerton visionary brews coffee to get homeless youth off the streets

    On the Kitsap Peninsula, buying a cup of coffee makes you part of the solution to our growing homeless crisis.

  • Restored B-52 lands at its new home to pay tribute to Vietnam vets

    SEATTLE — The long journey of some Vietnam veterans to restore an old B-52 bomber just reached a major milestone. The B-52 is now at its new home at The Museum of Flight in Seattle. It will soon become the centerpiece of a new Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park, a place of honor at the museum, that will be free to the public. Getting to this point hasn’t been easy. It’s taken almost 27 years and roughly $3 million to bring […]

  • Changemaker: Enumclaw teacher motivates students to help solve homeless crisis

    ENUMCLAW, Wash.– A local teacher may have found a possible solution to the homeless crisis in our region. Matt Lorch is here with the story of a changemaker, who is getting the next generation motivated to do something about it. His name is Bob Kilmer, and he’s taking on a problem our elected leaders can’t seem to solve. He’s getting his students — teenagers often called the “selfie, me-first generation” — engaged and invested in doing their part to get […]

  • Changemaker: Seattle woman helps lead effort, providing solutions for those with dementia

    SEATTLE — We want to highlight a solution to help people living with dementia and their families. It’s a lot of people. In the state of Washington, more than 100,000 people live with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias. There’s a local group ready to help, thanks in part, to one woman who had a vision. It’s called Momentia–a grassroots movement empowering people with memory loss and their loved ones to remain connected and active in their community. Changemaker Marigrace Becker, […]

  • Seahawks players surprise local high school athletes with $20,000 check for new equipment

    SEATTLE — Some say there are few real surprises in life. Students, teachers and parents at Cleveland STEM High School in Seattle just got a big one, courtesy of the Seahawks. During the school’s 1st Annual Talon Awards to recognize all student athletes, Seahawks defensive ends Dion Jordan, Marcus Smith and safety Tedric Thompson made a surprise visit to the stage. That was just the beginning. Then the Seahawks players called up the school’s football team. Smith grabbed the mic to make […]

  • Self-driving cars could be the answer to our crushing commutes, say some experts

    SEATTLE — Sick of traffic? It’s gotten bad. Really bad. Studies have shown the Seattle area has some of the worst traffic in the country. Self-driving cars could be the answer to our crushing commutes. At least, that’s the claim from some transportation experts. They say if we let vehicles do the driving, traffic will decrease. “It’s totally  time to change the thinking when it comes to transportation,” says John Niles, research director at the Center for Advanced Transportation and […]

  • Carroll, Wilson and Baldwin celebrate local students at WE Day

    SEATTLE – Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, quarterback Russell Wilson and wide receiver Doug Baldwin are used to hearing the roar of the crowd. During WE Day at KeyArena, they were the ones doing the cheering, praising more than 16,000 students from across the state who volunteered to make their communities and the world a better place. The event is free. Students earn a ticket to WE Day by completing one local and one global action relating to any social justice […]

  • Why yes, that is Seahawks legend Walter Jones on the Sounders’ sidelines

    Seattle Seahawks Hall of Famer Walter Jones has tapped into his passion, and in doing so, potentially discovered a second career. Instead of playing pro sports, he’s documenting them as a sports photographer.

  • ‘What do we do now?’ Retired Seahawk Curt Warner coping as sons with autism grow up

    CAMAS, Wash. — For legendary Seahawks running back Curt Warner, raising two of his four children has often been painful. They are on the autism spectrum and are now grown up, which brings on a whole new set of challenges. Twins Austin and Christian Warner, now 23 years old, have the mental capacity of 5-year-olds, according to their parents. They still can not be left alone. “It is tough,” Curt told Q13 News recently. “You’re sad. You love your children. […]