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
  • Deputies: Homeowner shoots, kills intruder in White Center

    WHITE CENTER, Wash. — Deputies are investigating a reported burglary and fatal shooting that happened early Monday morning. This happened in the 9800 block of 13th Avenue Southwest in the White Center area. The homeowner told deputies around 2:40 a.m. Monday he woke up to hear glass breaking in his home and found a burglar inside. He reportedly shot and killed the suspect while he was on the phone with 911, according to the King County Sheriff’s Office. “He was […]

  • Russell Wilson tweets he has reached a deal with the Seahawks

    Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson posted a video on Twitter early Tuesday morning announcing that he and the team have reached a deal.

  • Man killed, another injured in Burien shooting

    The King County Sheriff's Office is investigating a homicide early Tuesday morning.

  • Bellevue Police investigating after man found shot dead at park

    BELLEVUE — Police are investigating a suspicious death after responding to reports of gunfire at a park early Wednesday morning. Bellevue Police say at 12:30 a.m. officers responded to Goldsmith Park at 3200 142nd Pl NE. Neighbors in the area called police to report hearing gunshots coming from the park. Officers found a man with gunshot wounds, he was pronounced dead at the scene. There were no suspects located. Bellevue Police do not believe there is a threat to the […]

  • South Sound 911 launches text-to-911 service in Pierce County

    PIERCE COUNTY– Starting Wednesday morning if you cannot safely call 911, you can now text your emergency to police, fire and medical aid in Pierce County. South Sound 911 launched its text-to-911 service to give the community another option to reach 911. They caution that the service is not of convenience, it is for emergencies only. If you send a text to 911, there are a few things to remember: Your first message should include the nature of the emergency […]

  • I-5 reopens after semi jackknifes at SR-16 curve, snarls morning commute

    TACOMA — A jackknifed semi-truck shut down I-5 in both directions for hours during Tuesday’s commute. The roadway fully reopened around 8 a.m. According to troopers, the semi was traveling south when the driver lost control on the wet roadway. No other vehicles were involved and there are no injuries. The driver was cited for negligent driving. Troopers said speed, inexperience and wet roadways were all factors that caused the crash. Crews are working on cleaning up a diesel spill […]

  • Ichiro to announce retirement following game in Japan

    TOKYO, JAPAN — Mariners legend Ichiro Suzuki will announce his retirement following Thursday’s game in Japan. The 45-year-old outfielder will call it quits after playing in the team’s first two games of the 2019 season. It was first reported by Kyodo News. Ichiro went 0-for-1 with a walk in Wednesday’s 9-7 victory against the Oakland A’s to open the season. He became the second oldest position player ever to start a season opener. There's crying in baseball. 😢 pic.twitter.com/sL5S7ET0Yn — […]

  • 14 residents displaced after early morning fire

    AUBURN — Investigators are looking for a cause to a house fire that started early Wednesday morning. Valley Regional Fire responded to the fire just after 1 a.m. near 24th Street NE and N Street NE near Green River in Auburn. Firefighters said the structure is two stories and is divided into separate living units. One unit sustained major damage, three others have some smoke and water damage. All four units were safely evacuated. There are no injuries. 14 residents […]

  • Wrong-way driver causes deadly crash on SR-520

    One person is dead after a crash on SR-520 early Monday morning.

  • Firefighters respond to 2-alarm fire in freezing temperatures

    SEATTLE — Firefighters battled a 2-alarm fire in Seattle early Wednesday morning. According to the Seattle Fire Department, the structure is located at the 600 block of 23rd Avenue East. The fire then spread to an attic area of a nearby structure. Crews will remain on scene for some time to clean up. No injuries were reported and fire investigators are determining a cause. Fire is under control in both structures impacted at the 600 Blk. of 23rd Ave. E. […]

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