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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
  • 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.

  • WATCH: Fox and eagle battle mid-air for rabbit on San Juan Island

    "Here is something you don't see every day: a bald eagle and a young fox fighting over a rabbit — more than 20 feet in the air!"

  • WATCH LIVE: WE Day Seattle 2018

    WE Day is finally here - watch live May 3, 2018 from KeyArena in Seattle!

  • Video shows man walking dogs by dragging them alongside car

    PALMDALE, Calif. – A woman was very concerned after she saw a man exercising his two large dogs by running them alongside his moving car on a rural road in California. Desiree Durst saw the man on Saturday running the dogs in Palmdale and jumped in the car with her mother and son to record the scene out of concern for the dogs’ wellbeing, she told KTLA. The man can be seen in his car with the two dogs, which […]

  • SR 99 tunnel slated for fall opening: What to know about tolling, viaduct closure & more

    Since then, construction crews have finished installing a double-deck highway end-to-end inside the tunnel. That leaves crews to finish installing and testing the $3.2 billion tunnel's advanced operational and safety systems.

  • Video: Major pileup outside Buffalo leaves motorists backed up for miles

    BUFFALO, N.Y. – A crash involving at least a dozen vehicles brought traffic to a standstill for miles along the New York Thruway outside Buffalo Tuesday afternoon, according to officials. Snow was falling as 15 to 25 vehicles collided just before 2 p.m., police said. Officials do not yet know what caused the pileup of cars. Two people were hurt in the accident – one is in critical condition and the other in serious condition, police told The Buffalo News. […]

  • Emirates looks past turmoil with huge Boeing deal

    Dubai’s Emirates airline – the world’s largest international carrier – is eager to show it’s still top dog. The carrier on Sunday kicked off the biennial Dubai Air Show with a commitment to buy 40 787-10 airplanes from Boeing. The order came as a surprise to many as a fresh commitment for dozens more superjumbo Airbus A380s was widely expected. The jets won’t start arriving in Emirates’ fleet until 2022, but the carrier, which has more than 200 jets on […]

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