I am thrilled to be working at Q13 News.

Moving back to the amazing people and unrivaled beauty of the Pacific Northwest is a dream come true.

I grew up in Longview, Wash., and lived in the South Sound for several years before beginning my broadcasting career in Reno, Nev., as a photojournalist. I then moved more than 2,000 miles away to Greensboro, N.C., where my nearly 10-year long stint in the Deep South began.

After almost 7 years working as a photojournalist and reporter in Atlanta, I packed up my life and returned to my home state of Washington.

I love coffee, beer and sandwiches. I live in Seattle with my awesome dog.

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Recent Articles
  • South King County mourns Gabby, the woman killed by stray bullet in Burien

    BURIEN, Wash. – The King County medical examiner released the identity of the woman killed in Burien on Wednesday as 51-year-old Gabriela Reyes-Dominguez. Those closest to her knew her as Gabby. She’s a wife, a mother and a grandmother and she was deeply loved. People from all over the area dropped off flowers, cards and candles at the crime scene for a woman who died for no sensible reason. “She was like our mom,” said Lesley Delgadillo, who worked with […]

  • Job fair planned in Pierce County aims to end homelessness one hire at a time

    TACOMA, Wash. – As the homeless crisis in our region continues to grow, finding stable employment is just one of the ways local nonprofits are trying to turn the tables. Early next month, the Hire 253 Job Fair plans to offer employment opportunities on the spot. “Getting your name out there, practicing, because, you know, we all need to practice,” said Norman Brickhouse with Goodwill of the Olympics and Rainier Region. Brickhouse led a job club seminar Wednesday teaching resume […]

  • ‘I’m not safe if he’s not in jail’: Ex-girlfriend who survived shooting now lives in hiding

    FREDERICKSON, Wash. – The man who police say shot his ex-girlfriend multiple times in Pierce County is still on the run and investigators need your help. Tony French, 39, has been a fugitive for close to two weeks after police say he shot the mother of his child. Susan Martinez says bullets riddled her body but the emotional scars will likely never heal. “I did everything I could to protect me and my family,” she said. Martinez says that despite […]

  • Police search for more victims after late WWU employee accused of voyeurism

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. – Police revealed on Thursday shocking allegations out of the North Sound. Police say a Western Washington University employee, who committed suicide this week, had been accused of secretly video-recording two adult basketball players inside a locker room shower. Police say their suspect, Kip Leonetti, was also an associate coach for the semi-pro basketball team Bellingham Slam. The two men who accused Leonetti of secretly recording them are players for the Bellingham Slam. But during the course of the investigation, […]

  • Police investigating new reports of Peeping Tom, flasher in Bellingham

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. – It’s happened yet again — a Peeping Tom has struck in Bellingham at least four times last weekend alone. It’s been an ongoing problem in the North Sound community for at least a year. Classes are also about to start at local colleges in the area and police are warning everyone to take steps to protect themselves, especially women. Cops say the crimes have been happening around Laurel Park. The suspect reportedly stands close or even taps […]

  • ‘It totally broke my heart’: Co-worker talks of clerk who was robbed by teens after suffering heart attack

    A gas station clerk who suffered a heart attack and then was robbed by two teenage suspects is clinging to life at a local hospital, his co-workers said Tuesday.

  • Suspect in Parkland shooting, standoff at car dealership pleads not guilty to 11 charges

    TACOMA, Wash. — The suspect accused in the wild shooting and standoff with police at a car dealership in Parkland last week made his first appearance in court late Monday afternoon. Randy Smith, 32, pleaded not guilty to a slew of charges ranging from assault, robbery and kidnapping. He was charged with six counts of assault, one count of robbery, one count of attempted robbery,  one cont of kidnapping and two counts of unlawful possession of a firearm. If convicted […]

  • Parkland business that withstood standoff riddled with bullets

    PARKLAND, Wash.— Pierce County Sheriff’s deputies say they arrested a man armed to the teeth and wearing body armor Thursday night who allegedly held several people hostage during a botched robbery. It all happened at Sky Motors car dealership on Pacific Avenue South in Parkland. On Friday morning, the dealership’s owner was finally able to survey the damage. “You can see the shots on top, the random bullet holes on top,” said Sadik Ali. “Then he was moving randomly throughout […]

  • Pierce County public golf course to close after nearly a half-century run

    LAKEWOOD, Wash. – The lifespan of a Pierce County golf course is nearing its end. After nearly half a century the Fort Steilacoom golf course is about to close forever. It’s just the latest in a long series of public golf courses that have shut down in our region in just the past few years. “You don’t hit it straight here, you’re in big trouble,” said golfer Bill Watson. “I was in trouble all day.” It’s a pastime that for […]

  • 2 women found dead in apartment near UW; ‘no outstanding suspects’

    SEATTLE – Seattle Police were investigating two young women found dead inside a University District apartment early Tuesday morning. Police say both were in their 20s, and neighbors say the apartment building is popular with University of Washington students. Seattle Police insisted there was no threat to the public, and put out a statement late Tuesday that “there are no outstanding suspects,” an indication that it was likely a murder-suicide. But early news about the deaths sparked concern with college […]