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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
  • ‘It was very alarming:’ Regulators claim crane crews ignored protocols before deadly collapse

    TUKWILLA, Wash. – State regulators fined three construction companies for their role in a deadly crane collapse in Seattle last April. The disaster killed four people. State investigators found workers ignored the crane manufacturer’s guidelines when they removed most of the devices meant to keep the crane from toppling over while being dismantled. Regulators levied more than $100,000 in fines. During the course of the investigation L & I alleges multiple crews may have been dismantling cranes incorrectly for some […]

  • 4 killed by falling crane in Seattle identified

    SEATTLE — Four people died in Saturday’s crane collapse. Some of them were local, others from out of state. Two of those who died were ironworkers who were actually on the crane when it fell, the other two were just driving down Mercer when the unthinkable happened. Sunday, men and women gathered at the scene to mourn the loss of their colleagues – members of two ironworker unions who died during Saturday’s crane accident. A memorial for the men showcases […]

  • Monroe Police plan to buy own Narcan after county pilot program ends

    MONROE, Wash. – A pilot program in the North Sound credited with saving hundreds of lives is about to end. A grant that supplied the overdose-reversing drug to first responders in Snohomish county is ending – spurring local leaders to develop ways to keep the life-saving drugs where it’s needed. The grant paid for thousands of kits and put them in the hands of law enforcement. Ever since that, it has saved hundreds of lives from overdose. Now the Monroe […]

  • Community reeling after murder of beloved convenience store owner, suspect on the run

    LAKEWOOD, Wash. – A beloved South Sound woman was stabbed in her own convenience store during a late-night attempted robbery, according to police. She died shortly after being rushed to a hospital. The search is on for a man caught on surveillance video; police believe he killed 59-year-old In Choe. McChord Mart is just outside one of the gates of JBLM. The store is popular and so was Choe as flowers, candles and balloons were being left by neighbors who […]

  • Officials, business leaders visit Seattle to share options for dealing with repeat criminal offenders

    SEATTLE — Seattle business leaders, elected officials and many more are expected to pack a public safety forum to learn how other cities handle repeat offenders. A pair of reports recently commissioned by a number of Seattle business alliances revealed that 100 repeat offenders repeatedly cycling through the criminal justice system. A small delegation from Minneapolis, Minnesota visited Seattle Monday to share how they have been able to deal with a high number of people cycling through their criminal justice […]

  • Three hurt in natural gas leak, fire in North Seattle

    SEATTLE — Three Puget Sound Energy workers were injured after a third party hit a natural gas line that belongs to the utility company and sparked a major leak and fire. The leak happened late Friday morning on Midvale Avenue North in Seattle. Officials said that contractors accidentally cut a 2-inch gas line. While PSE workers were trying to contain the leak, the line caught fire. Officials said the best way to manage the fire was to let the natural […]

  • Three injured after gas line breaks, catches fire

    SEATTLE – A ruptured gas line that burst into flames injured three utility workers, forced evacuations of nearby homes and spurred a massive response from Seattle Fire. Officials say contractors accidentally cut a 2-inch gas line on Midvale Avenue on Friday. Three Puget Sound Energy employees suffered burn injuries and were sent to a local hospital. Bright orange flames shot into the sky. Seattle Fire says construction crews digging a hole ripped into a gas line, and then somehow the […]

  • ‘Peace Park’ to honor victims of violence, expected to be completed in 2020

    Officials say the new park will be designed to champion peace and offer a location for a community to heal together.

  • North Sound school district sues e-cigarette maker

    LA CONNER, Wash. — The La Conner School District filed suit against both JUUL and Altria, a tobacco company with a major stake in the e-cigarette company. The district superintendent says too many of their resources are being spent away from teaching and, instead, dealing with kids who are vaping. “Our kids matter,” said Whitney Meissner, superintendent of the La Conner School District. “Our kids are being targeted just like every other school group is being targeted.” Meissner says a […]

  • Woman assaulted while jogging on popular Gig Harbor trail

    GIG HARBOR, Wash. – Police in the South Sound are on the hunt for a man who assaulted a jogger early Sunday morning. It happened in Gig Harbor hear Foster Street where it crosses Cushman Trail. “Gig Harbor, in general, is a very safe place and our recreational trail has been a very safe place,” said Police Chief Kelly Busey. “Very few incidents like this at all, so this is an unusual event.” Police say the victim was running when […]

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