As a Bellevue native, I love being back in the Pacific Northwest reporting on the community I love!
I joined the talented news team here at Q13 FOX in 2011.I’ve worked all over the country, most recently anchoring for WHDH in Boston. Before that, I spent time as an anchor and reporter at WPLG in Miami, WBAL in Baltimore, KIVI in Boise, and KHQA in Quincy, Illinois.
I take pride in covering our community and the people who make it so special. That’s why I created a franchise called Changemakers, highlighting the remarkable people who live here and dedicate endless hours to making this a better place. As a Seahawks fan, it’s also incredibly rewarding to share stories about your favorite Seahawks players off the field. Their passions, journeys to the NFL, and commitments to support our communities.
As a proud University of Washington alum, my Saturdays are spent cheering on the Huskies. Sundays are dedicated to the Seahawks. I’m still waiting for the day my beloved Sonics return to town.
When I’m not at the station, I love to host events for nonprofits, making our community even stronger. I’m also passionate about skiing and spending time with my wife and two young children. My son has physical and intellectual disabilities. Because of that, I feel it’s important to advocate for those with disabilities, both on the air and in life.
If you have a story you think we should cover, please send me an email!
We are nearly 14 months into the pandemic, which has challenged all of us in ways we never imagined. For the medical workers treating COVID-19 patients, and losing some of them, it has been a grueling and emotional journey.
On Monday, April 19, tens of thousands of middle and high school students across Washington state returned to classrooms for the first time in more than a year.
WWII veteran Clayton Pitre was a corporal who broke barriers and lifted up others along the way.
Pierce County health officials and church leaders are taking a collaborative approach in getting communities of color vaccinated.
Raising a family during a pandemic is hard enough, but caring for a child who is medically fragile during these difficult times can be overwhelming.
President Joe Biden signed the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief plan - the American Rescue Plan - in an effort to provide some aid to struggling families.
Gov. Jay Inslee has signed an emergency proclamation requiring all Washington public K-12 schools to provide both remote and in-person learning next month.
Skilled thieves can get under your car and remove them in less than a minute. Your car’s exhaust system needs them to run, and replacing them can cost up to $4,000.
Parents whose kids attend school in the second largest district in the state are outraged and ready to send a message.
The United States reached a grim milestone on Sunday-- 500,000 people have died nationwide from the coronavirus.