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
  • Fantasy Football: Week 3 Waiver Wire Targets

    The second week of the NFL season saw a lot of injuries and poor performances by big name players. That should cause a lot of activity in your fantasy football league. Here are some players you should target. Grab Now: QB Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills: The quarterback for the Buffalo Bills has been steady through two weeks of his sophomore year. In each game he has already thrown for t least 250 yards and a passing touchdown. Not crazy impressive, […]

  • 9-year-old boy, two women injured in North Seattle triple stabbing

    SEATTLE — Detectives are investigating after three people were injured in a domestic violence assault Tuesday night. Seattle Police officers were called to the 11500 block of Stone Avenue North just after 10 p.m. for a stabbing. When officers arrived they found three people hurt, a 9-year-old boy, a 67-year-old woman, and a 27-year-old woman who police said is believed to be the suspect. All three people were taken to Harborview Medical Center for treatment. The child is in stable […]

  • Fantasy Football: Week 2 Waiver Wire Targets

    The first week of the NFL season is officially over and now it’s time to hit the waiver wires in your fantasy football league. Before I get to some of my picks, just remember not to overreact to what happened after just one game. Players and teams are still figuring out their game plans and that top player you have can easily turn it around their next game. Grab Now: WR Marquise Brown, Baltimore Ravens: There’s a reason they call […]

  • Tips and tricks for your fantasy football season

    It’s that time of the year where football season is about to begin. That also means the start of fantasy football. Whether you are a veteran player or a rookie with no knowledge, this quick guide should help you out as you prepare for your draft and the season. Check your league settings and rules One major mistake that owners make is assuming every league they join has the same scoring settings. How a league scores points can drastically change […]

  • Two dead, three injured in shooting in Tacoma

    TACOMA — Police are investigating a deadly shooting that happened late Tuesday night in Tacoma. The Tacoma Police Department responded to a number of reports of multiple gunshots in the area of 2100 E. 38th Street near E. Roosevelt. Officers responded and found a man with gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The other male victim went to St. Joseph’s Hospital with life-threatening injuries. He died shortly after arriving to the hospital. The two men who were […]

  • Two Arlington officers taken to hospital after crash

    ARLINGTON, Wash. — A woman was arrested on suspicious of DUI after crashing into two police officers in Arlington early Thursday morning. The collision happened at approximately 1:42 a.m. on SR 530 just west of Smokey Point Blvd. Two officers, one of whom was in training, were traveling on SR-530 and turned left onto another road, where a woman in a vehicle was driving with no lights. She slammed into them, sending her and the two officers to the hospital. […]

  • 15-year-old driver shot by Kent Police officer following traffic stop

    KENT — A Kent Police officer opened fire on a 15-year-old boy following a traffic stop near Kent Station early Tuesday morning. According to the Kent Police Department, the officer stopped a vehicle with expired tabs about 12:30 a.m. at the intersection of Central Avenue North and East Pioneer Street in Kent. In Kent investigation under way following officer involved shooting. Teen male pulled over for traffic stop. Officer says spotted gun. Teen driver shot twice, taken to hospital in […]

  • Power outage hit thousands of Seattle City Light customers overnight

    UPDATE: Most of those affected by this outage have been returned to service. About 200 customers were still without power at 6:15 a.m. Friday SEATTLE — Crews are responding to an outage affecting 10,200 customers in neighborhoods along the ship canal: North Queen Anne, Fremont, Magnolia, Interbay, and Ballard. Seattle City Light crews are repairing a power pole at Nickerson Street and 12th Avenue West with the assistance of Seattle Police and Seattle Fire. The cause is under investigation. An […]

  • Homeowner shoots armed burglar in South Seattle

    Seattle Police are investigating after a homeowner shoots a burglar outside of her home in the South Park neighborhood.

  • 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 […]

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