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
  • Police ID Tacoma’s Hilltop murder victim, seek public’s help

    TACOMA, Wash. – Police are investigating a late Wednesday night homicide in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood. Investigators released the victim’s information on Thursday identifying 28-year-old Robert Doss as the man gunned down while he ate dinner with a friend inside her car near 14th and L streets. The shooting happened in a neighborhood that once was rife with crime but is now undergoing rapid change. “Since this was the last place he was at I had to come by,” said Isaiah […]

  • Protesters rally against construction of King County juvenile jail, boast 100+ supporters

    SEATTLE – Opponents of the new King County juvenile justice facility have battled, both inside and out of court for years against the more than $200 million replacement project in Seattle’s Central District. Plus, an appeal working through the state’s Supreme Court could mean vital funding for the new facility could be at risk. Dozens of protesters rallied outside the facility early Tuesday morning. “We must move into a period of redesign and we must put something in place that […]

  • Hot, dry weather prolongs brush fire threat to homes

    KENT, Wash. – Our long streak of hot, dry weather continues to increase the risk for brush and wildland fires across the state. Right now all of Western Washington is facing moderate risk, according to state department of natural resources, while Central and Eastern Washington was faring even worse. Seattle firefighters responded to 20 brush fires from Friday through Sunday – including some where bark chips may have spontaneously combusted in the summer sun. The bottom line, firefighters say, is […]

  • North Sound nonprofit turning sea waste into affordable prosthetics

    A local nonprofit organization in the North Sound has found a way to bring prosthetic limbs to children whose families might not otherwise be able to afford expensive artificial limb or hands.

  • Drugs laced with fentanyl found during Snohomish County’s second opioid point-in-time count

    EVERETT, Wash. – Health, law enforcement and other officials in Snohomish County are in the middle of a week’s long data collection period looking to track heroin and opioid overdoses across the county. It’s only the second time officials in the North Sound have gathered data like this; the first happened in 2017. One of the goal sof the survey is to figure out exactly how many people are overdosing — to gauge the severity of the crisis, and figure […]

  • Tacoma billboard warns of Nazi neighbors

    TACOMA, Wash – A new billboard in South Tacoma is raising eyebrows – not for what it’s selling, but for the message that it’s trying to send. A group called Tacoma Against Nazis paid to erect a billboard along Pacific Avenue to fight what it sees as white supremacy encroaching into their neighborhood. The organization says its group of about 100 people have been fighting against a local business they believe has ties to white supremacy. And while for now […]

  • Evacuees return home after Central Washington wildfire explodes overnight

    VANTAGE, Wash. – The fast-moving wildfire in Central Washington that temporarily closed Interstate 90 Tuesday morning was still burning out of control Tuesday afternoon. Fire officials say at least 1,600 acres have been scorched and the fire is 50 percent contained The Rye Grass Coulee Fire started late Monday night; officials say there was lightning in the area but the official cause is still under investigation. The fire shut down about 20 miles of I-90 Tuesday morning; backroads were also […]

  • James Stidd sentenced to 40+ years in murder of Lacey grandmother

    OLYMPIA, Wash. – The man accused of killing a Lacey grandmother in 2016 was sentenced to more than 40 years behind bars. The trial lasted about five weeks. James Stidd was sentenced for his role in the 2016 murder of Gail Doyle of Lacey. Stidd remained defiant in court, claiming his innocence throughout the trial. Gail’s body was never found, and her family says they will never have closure until she is properly laid to rest. “I could not be […]

  • Man arrested for attempted murder; victim shares harrowing story

    OLALLA, Wash – Police in Pierce County on Friday arrested an attempted murder suspect who investigators say tried to kill his girlfriend. Kitsap County sheriff’s deputies asked for the public’s help in locating the suspect, 37-year-old Moses Wesley MacDonald; they released his name and picture and later announced that he had been arrested in Tacoma. Detectives accuse MacDonald of trying to kill his girlfriend, Hope Canto, and then burning down her travel trailer in Olalla over the 4th of July […]

  • Fire officials: Fireworks likely to blame for damaged homes

    LAKE STEVENS, Wash. – Fireworks may be to blame for $1 million in damages to several homes in Snohomish County. Lake Stevens was not the only place where homes were damaged across Western Washington during the July Fourth holiday. “Be careful with your fireworks,” warned William Parker. “Make sure your fireworks are out but they’re not. It might be a half-hour when you throw them away but they’re still warm.” Parker says spent fireworks from his neighborhood’s celebration were carefully […]