Nia Wong joined the FOX 13 team as a weekend evening anchor and reporter in August 2022.
She crossed the Cascades from Spokane, WA where she spent three years as an evening anchor and investigative reporter for KXLY-TV.
While in the Lilac City, her reports were recognized with a regional Murrow Award and Society of Professional Journalists - Northwest Excellence in Journalism award.
Nia's journalism journey started by hanging out in concert pits photographing indie/rock bands and her broadcasting career has taken her through every state on the West Coast.
Nia is a proud alum of U.C. Irvine (Go Anteaters!) and she is currently the secretary for the Asian American Journalists Association's Seattle chapter.
When she's off the air, Nia enjoys playing ukulele, practicing yoga, road tripping and snuggling with her cat Pascal.
The Duwamish Tribe is hosting its annual Native Art Market starting Friday, November 25th through November 27th. Entry is free and doors open at 10 am at the Duwamish Longhouse and Cultural Center on 4705 W. Marginal Way SW Seattle, WA.
Seattle Police warn domestic violence reports increase through the holiday season, but say help is a phone call away.
More than 100 people welcomed Isaiah Johns in a celebration in Burien Sunday afternoon. The 9 year-old was shot in a horrific road rage case on SR 167 near Renton on November 11.
The union representing nurses at St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma says it took the hospital too long to get rid of hospital beds that appear to be leaking bodily fluid.
With temperatures expected to drop below 34 degrees, Snohomish County has activated warming shelters during the day and overnight this Wednesday.
Crews have been called to Snohomish County from across the state to help clear up damage from Friday night's storm.
The event marks the 137th anniversary of the forced expulsion of the Chinese community in Tacoma.
A man living in East Renton Highlands said two men wearing orange construction vests robbed him at gunpoint at his home and then left him wrapped in zip-ties.
A Tacoma woman took matters into her own hands when her ex-boyfriend's car was stolen, but police do not recommend that others follow suit.
A King County doctor who had her license summarily suspended by the Washington Medical Commission has met the deadline to potentially have that suspension lifted.