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I’m a morning news producer for Q13 in Seattle. Graduated from Washington State University and worked at KHQ in Spokane before moving back home to Seattle.

Everyday I challenge myself to have the best news judgment, be creative and accurate. I use social media as a way to find information and connect with people around the world.

Recent Articles
  • Man arrested after robbery and carjacking attempts in Seattle

    SEATTLE — A man was arrested after a he robbed a Seattle business and then tried to carjack several drivers Saturday afternoon. According to the Seattle Police Department, around 2:40 pm, the suspect robbed a store near North 44th Street and Fremont Avenue North. He then left the scene and tried to carjack three or four drivers. Police said he also attempted to break into a building. About 15 minutes later officers were able to arrest the suspect at North […]

  • Tacoma City Council passes more protections for renters

    The Tacoma City Council will vote on a proposed tenant protections for the city Tuesday night.

  • Nearly 100,000 pounds of ground beef recalled

    Swift Beef is recalling nearly 100,000 pounds of raw ground beef products that may be contaminated with E.coli. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Safety and Inspection Service made the announcement on Saturday. The problem was discovered on November 15, 2018 and the bulk ground beef was produced on October 24, 2018. The following products are being recalled: 2,000 lb. – bulk pallets of Swift Ground Beef 81/19 (81% lean) Fine Grind Combo bearing product code 42982. 8-10 lb. – […]

  • Driver killed after crashing into pillar on SR 522

    WOODINVILLE, Wash. — A woman has died from her injuries after crashing into a pillar on State Route 522 Saturday evening. Washington State Patrol Troopers said the driver of the car left the road at a high rate of speed and drove through the grass median before hitting a bridge pillar. This happened on the eastbound lanes of SR 522 at I-405. Several of the lanes were closed for hours for the investigation, but have since reopened. No one else […]

  • Pierce County firefighters respond to two fires overnight

    PIERCE COUNTY — Pierce County firefighters responded to two separate fires overnight. Early Sunday morning at 1 AM, firefighters responded to the Cambridge Apartments in Puyallup. Neighbors told Central Pierce Fire a mother lowered her children down from a second story by using blankets and then she jumped herself. The three, one adult and two children were taken to the hospital for possible smoke inhalation. The fire was put out, but no word on a possible cause or the extent […]

  • 2 dead, 2 hurt in crash near Marysville

    Washington State Patrol is investigating a deadly crash that killed two people Wednesday night.

  • Multiple crashes snarl Monday commute in Tacoma

    Crashes wreaked havoc on the commute Monday morning in Tacoma.

  • Seattle firefighters battling fire at construction site

    SEATTLE — Firefighters are on scene of a well-involved structure fire in Seattle early Thursday morning. The Seattle Fire Department said the structure is located at the 4200 block of Winslow Place North in the Fremont neighborhood. Firefighters are fighting the fire defensively from the outside. It is being reported as a three-story new construction townhome. Firefighters fighting fire defensively from outside of structure. Reported as three-story new construction townhome. pic.twitter.com/6NoA7LIvOx — Seattle Fire Dept. (@SeattleFire) September 13, 2018 This […]

  • Meet Percival! #WhyNotMePets

    SEATLLE — Meet Percival, this cat is ready to leave the shelter life behind and find a new home. Q13 is partnering with Pet Connection Magazine and Pawsitive Alliance’s ‘Why Not Me Pets’ campaign to help Percival get adopted. Percival is only one and a year half old and loves to play. He is still an active, healthy, and young kitty. He loves his salmon treats and playing with toys. He would do best in a home with older kids […]

  • PEMCO Insurance on picking the right car for your teen

    SEATTLE — With the start of the new school year, thousands of teens will be getting their first car to drive to school. That can be nerve-racking for parents, but PEMCO Insurance says choosing the right car is the single biggest thing you can do to protect your child. And chances are, the right car isn’t the one you are thinking about.