WMW About Us

Washington’s Most Wanted began airing in July 2008 as a weekly segment during Q13 FOX News at 9 and 10 p.m. on Saturdays. Recognizing the need to catch fugitives and to make the community safer, the segment expanded into a half-hour show on Nov. 14, 2008.

FOX television stations throughout Washington state began airing WMW in February 2009. WMW has become a state-wide crime fighting program, helping catch fugitives in Spokane (KAYU), Yakima (KCYU) and the Tri-Cities (KFFX) areas.

Through partnerships with Crime Stoppers and local law enforcement, WMW is leading the way in fighting crimes in your neighborhood.

You can watch WMW on Q13 FOX on Friday nights at 11 and Saturday nights at 10:30.

David Rose

David-WMWAs the Executive Producer and host of Washington’s Most Wanted, I have a passion for giving a voice to victims. I launched the half-hour weekly show in November 2008 in partnership with more than 60 local, state and federal law enforcement agencies as well as area Crime Stoppers programs.  To date, I’ve helped police capture more than 900 fugitives.  I also appeared as a correspondent on America’s Most Wanted with John Walsh in May 2011 to ask for the public’s help in finding a child rapist from Pierce County who had been on the run for a decade.  The segment led to the fugitive’s capture in St. Louis – and a long-term prison sentence.  In addition to Washington’s Most Wanted, you can also find me at the Q13 Fox News anchor desk nightly at 9, 10 and 11 pm.


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