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
  • The Seattle Storm, Alysha Clark to host 5th Annual Toy Drive, benefitting Seattle Children’s

    SEATTLE — The Seattle Storm will host its fifth annual Toy Drive supported by Lime, benefiting Seattle Children’s Hospital on July 19 when the team hosts the Las Vegas Aces at 7 p.m. at Alaska Airlines Arena. Fans are encouraged to join Alysha Clark in her efforts to collect toys. Donations can be dropped off on July 19 at Alaska Airlines Arena. Fans can visit the wish list of items Seattle Children’s recommends for donations. Some of the biggest needs […]

  • ‘Stuber’ Worth Tipping the Driver

    A modern day buddy cop movie that works. Imagine that. That’s what happened with ‘Stuber.’ The chemistry between the two main actors, Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Batista is worth seeing the film itself. Plot Nanjiani is a simple man trying to make ends meet. On the side of his dead end job, he drives Uber. Long behold a cop on the hunt for a lead that he’s been waiting for calls an Uber. The two set on a hilarious, thrilling adventure. […]

  • Daniel Vogelbach named to first all All-Star Game

    SEATTLE — Seattle Mariners’ Daniel Vogelbach has been named to his first All-Star Game. The slugger was selected Sunday as the lone Mariners representative for the American League team. He will be a reserve. Vogelbach, a 26-year-old designated hitter and first baseman has taken a major step forward in his first full season in the Majors. In 2018 the lefty hitter split his time with the Mariners and the Tacoma Rainiers. He was acquired by Seattle in 2016 in a […]

  • Motorcyclist killed after crash involving Kent Police vehicle

    KENT, Wash. — A motorcyclist has died after a crash with a Kent Police vehicle late Friday night. Around 9 p.m. a Kent Police officer was on patrol in the 13700 block of SE 256th Street when the officer tried to initiate a traffic stop. As the officer tried to make that stop, a 20-year-old motorcyclist crashed with the driver’s side of the patrol vehicle, according to the Kent Police Department. The officer provided aid to the motorcyclist and called […]

  • One person dead, two children taken to hospital after crash in Redmond

    REDMOND — A woman is dead and two children have been taken to the hospital after a crash Tuesday morning. It happened about 4:30 a.m. on SR-202 near Ames Lake Road. A white pickup was traveling east on SR-202, while a black vehicle was either turning around on the roadway or traveling in the westbound lane, troopers said. This is one of the vehicles involved in the 2 vehicle fatal collision on SR 202. Troopers still trying to determine the […]

  • ‘Toy Story 4’: The movie about a spork we needed

    Recently, we have seen several reboots and sequels hitting the big screen. But more often than not, it disappoints. When “Toy Story 4” was first announced, I had the same reservations. Why add a fourth edition to what seemed like an already perfect ending in “Toy Story 3”? But after watching the film, I realized I should have never doubted the actors and Pixar. They were never trying to top “Toy Story 3,” but found an opportunity to tell a […]

  • Three homes catch fire in Tillicum

    TILLICUM, Wash. — — Firefighters responded to a 2-alarm fire in Tillicum early Friday morning. The fire started at one house near Union Avenue Southwest and Spruce Street Southwest before spreading to houses on each side of it, according to West Pierce Fire. Everyone inside the three houses involved were able to safely get out and no injuries were reported. This morning’s fire in Tillicum is currently under investigation. pic.twitter.com/z0PTK9NGHO — West Pierce Fire (@WestPierce) June 21, 2019 Five people […]

  • Parents brawl over a 13-year-old umpire’s call at youth baseball game. Police say they’re ‘disgusted’

    Police are calling on parents to “grow up” after a fight broke out at a youth baseball game near Denver, Colorado. Parents and coaches were unhappy with a call made by the 13-year-old umpire during Saturday’s game, according to the Lakewood Police Department. They then stormed the field and began punching each other as the 7-year-old players looked on. “We were disgusted, quite frankly,” Lakewood Police spokesman John Romero told HLN on Wednesday. “Baseball and 7-year-old kids, it’s the parents that […]

  • Man dies after early morning shooting in North Seattle

    SEATTLE — Police say a man was shot and killed early Wednesday morning in North Seattle. The man was shot at Aurora Avenue North and 84th Street around 12:45 a.m. The shooting investigation is now a homicide investigation, according to the Seattle Police Department. No official information from police on a suspect. Detectives will release more information when it is available. .@SeattlePD investigating a shooting that occurred at the bus stop on Aurora Ave N near 85th. No official information […]

  • Woman dies in Gig Harbor duplex fire

    GIG HARBOR, Wash. — One person has died after a two-alarm duplex fire in Gig Harbor. This happened Wednesday night just after 11:30 p.m. near Firdrona Drive Northwest and Peacock Hill Avenue Northwest. When firefighters arrived the left side of the duplex was heavily involved. The woman who lived in the left unit was found dead on the second floor, according to Gig Harbor Fire and Medic One. No one else was injured. The victim’s name has not been released […]

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