I couldn’t be more excited to call Seattle home!

I’m a digital content producer and social TV host here at Q13 News. That means I post news and shareable stories to Q13FOX.com and our social media channels. I also join morning anchors Travis & Kaci on TV each Friday to bring our viewers into the conversation!

Back in 2011, I graduated from Washington State University (Go Cougs!) with a degree in communication/broadcast news.

I’m originally from Spokane where I landed my first news job. From there, I moved to the ‘Palm Springs of Washington’ for a couple of years. During my time in Yakima/Tri-Cities I worked just about every job in the newsroom — from producing newscasts to running live shots and even reporting in the field.

I love the Pacific Northwest! And I’m always looking for new places to explore. Feel free to follow me on Twitter: @tslauson or get in touch with me by e-mail: tyler@q13fox.com.


Recent Articles
  • Boy who saved 5 lives as an organ donor to be honored in Rose Parade

    A California boy killed in an accidental shooting two years ago and then saved five lives as an organ donor will be honored in the upcoming Rose Parade.

  • Court overturns law named after woman hurt by DUI driver

    A law named after a Whatcom County woman injured by a drunken driver in 2007 was overturned by the Washington State Supreme Court.

  • Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg treated for pancreatic cancer

    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been treated for pancreatic cancer in New York City, the Supreme Court announced Friday. “The tumor was treated definitively and there is no evidence of disease elsewhere in the body,” the court said. This is the 86-year-old liberal icon’s fourth bout with cancer. In 1999, she successfully underwent surgery to treat colon cancer. She was treated for early stages of pancreatic cancer in 2009. Last December, Ginsburg underwent surgery to remove two cancerous nodules from […]

  • Celebrate Krispy Kreme’s birthday by getting a dozen doughnuts for $1

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Friday marks Krispy Kreme’s 82nd birthday, but the octogenarian doughnut chain has no plans to retire. To celebrate, it’s inviting everyone to stop in and pick up one dozen original glazed doughnuts for $1—with the purchase of any dozen doughnuts. It's Party Time! 🎉🎉 Get a $1 #OriginalGlazed Dozen with any dozen purchase TODAY ONLY! 🍩 While supplies last so get in early and get the party started! Participating shops and more info at https://t.co/DZC7BFwLAS. #KrispyKreme #OurBirthdayYourParty pic.twitter.com/vlC2rQoKX0 […]

  • Burglary suspect left wallet at crime scene, police say

    A man accused of breaking into a garage to steal thousands of dollars in tools made it easy for police to find him.

  • Baby dies in fire, 5 other children injured while mothers are out clubbing

    An 8-month-old girl died and several other children were hospitalized Sunday morning after a fire broke out in a Nashville apartment while their mothers were out at a nightclub. The Nashville Fire Department responded just after 2 a.m. Sunday to a report of a fire at the Hickory Lake Apartments in Nashville and found heavy smoke and flames coming from one of the units, the city of Nashville said in a news release. Five children between the ages of 1 […]

  • LIVE UPDATES: Seahawks vs. Cowboys in NFC Wild Card Game

    Watch Seahawks vs. Cowboys in a wild-card game Saturday, Jan. 5 on Q13 FOX. Stay on this page for live updates, stats & commentary.

  • Girl dubbed ‘Queen of Sweden’ after drawing ancient sword from lake

    An eight-year-old girl has discovered a pre-Viking-era sword in a Swedish lake, prompting locals to name her the “Queen of Sweden.” Swedish-American Saga Vanecek found the ancient artifact while playing in Vidöstern lake during the summer near her family’s holiday home in the south of the country. Experts at a local museum estimate the sword to be around 1,500 years old, according to local reports. “I was outside in the water, throwing sticks and stones and stuff to see how […]

  • Mother says daughter denied lunch because she was 15 cents short

    A mother told WKMG her daughter was denied lunch at a high school in Florida because she was short 15 cents.

  • Bottle of whiskey given to ‘last man standing’ of WWII vets

    Veterans of Foreign Wars 1527 held a 'Last Man Standing' event Sunday to honor men of Charlie Company, 126th Infantry Regiment, 32nd "Red Arrow" Infantry Division, who deployed to WWII out of Kalamazoo County, Michigan.

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