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.
Accidental shootings among children spiked by nearly one-third between March to December 2020 compared to the same months in 2019.
The impacts of Russia's invasion of Ukraine have reached as far as Western Washington, as recently-arrived Ukrainian refugees struggle to support themselves while seeking temporary immigration protections.
On the path forward and out of the pandemic, the line looks a little blurry as COVID cases continue to rise in Western Washington, and local doctors are sounding the alarm as hospitalizations are on the rise.
Police are investigating after a two-year-old boy was found sleeping no more than two feet away from meth, heroin and fentanyl in a Lakewood hotel.
A Federal Way woman is recovering after getting hit in the face with a rock after she got off a bus. The incident was caught on surveillance video, but her family says it's the words the suspect used during the attack that has her family fearing for their mother's safety.
Moderna is asking the Food and Drug Administration to greenlight their COVID vaccine for kids six and under, a move many parents say they’ve been waiting a long time for.
Summer plans are up in the air for many and people juggle inflation, gas prices and new health regulations.
A member of the King County Search Dogs is nominated for the American Humane ‘Hero Dog of the Year Award’ after he helped find an elderly woman at risk last year in Bellevue.
As peace talks remain stalled, many are still fleeing Ukraine as the Russian invasion continues wreaking havoc. One family fleeing the war-torn country crossed the southern border to get into the U.S. safely, before making their way up to Seattle.
Across the country, COVID restrictions are easing, but at the same time, Washington is seeing a new surge in cases.