Alejandra Guzman joined the FOX 13 News team as a reporter in January 2022.
Alejandra comes to the Emerald City from San Antonio, Texas. She was born in Mexico but was raised in El Paso, Texas, her hometown.
Her love for journalism started in high school when she began volunteering at local non-profits as part of the outreach service instilled through pageantry and modeling.
Now, her mission is to help serve her community, keep you informed and hold the powerful accountable and get you the answers you want to know.
Alejandra knows no barriers, since the start of her career she has worked for local Univision, Telemundo, Fox and NBC affiliates where she has anchored, reported and produced.
Her career kicked off in Laredo, Texas covering immigration and Presidential Border Tours as a ‘one-woman-band’.
Her passion for storytelling took her to Midland/Odessa, West Texas, where she solo-anchored a two-hour morning show.
As a bilingual journalist, Alejandra has traveled along the U.S. - Mexico border where she took a deep dive looking into and covering the ongoing Border Crisis.
This is Alejandra’s first time leaving the Texas heat, when she’s not on-air, she’s exploring the city with her Corgi Zoe, reading a book, or escaping on a weekend getaway.
The latest from Alejandra Guzman
Lacey PD: Man arrested after choking, trying to kiss teenage girl at bus stop
Lacey Police arrested a man accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl at a bus stop over the weekend.
Public transit operator hopeful for change as researchers study air quality looking for fentanyl, other drugs
Officials are cracking down on drug use on buses and trains, a problem operators say has only been increasing over the years.
Issaquah resident questions 'why us' after they said police told them thieves were targeting Asian homes
You can't put a price on safety, but residents in Issaquah say they're dishing out thousands in home surveillance after their neighbor's home was broken into.
Witnesses say truck was driving erratically before wrong-way crash killed 2 high school students
Two teenagers were killed in a head-on crash by a wrong-way driver in West Seattle. Witnesses recount seeing the truck drive erratically before the crash.
'An extreme outlier:' Rental Association reacts after King Co. detective is shot serving eviction notice
The Rental Housing Association for Washington state said evictions have become very lengthy and are costly court cases for landlords. However, they usually don't end in violence or death.
Search for missing Tacoma pilot suspended
Two weeks after he was reported missing, the Washington State Department of Transportation suspended the search for pilot Rod Collen.
Bellevue school board votes to consolidate 2 elementary schools due to low enrollment
Earlier this year, the district proposed consolidating three elementary schools to save costs due to low enrollment. The school board voted to approve a modified consolidation of two schools instead of three.
Trio wanted for breaking into car, stealing purse & buying hundreds in marijuana products
Pierce County detectives say two men and a woman broke into a car and stole a woman's purse, racking up nearly $500 at a smoke shop. Now, they're wanted for fraud.
Disabled man at risk of returning to nursing home after SNAP benefits end
For nearly two weeks now families have been forced to make tough decisions trying to figure out where their next meal will come from.
Families of double murder victims pleading for help to find the shooters
Two families are demanding answers after their loved ones were shot and killed at a motel in Kent.