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Seattle, WA
Broadcast Journalist — KOMO News Seattle

Emmy Award-winning reporter, former NYer, now Seattleite. Loves food, travel, football, commas, NYTimes. Northwestern alum. Boggle pro. Mom to @ItsFranksgiving.

Pups saved from South Korean meat farm land in Washington — SEATTLE -- Half a dozen animals rescued from a South Korean dog meat farm are now in Western Washington awaiting adoption, authorities said Wednesday. A farmer about two miles outside of Seoul was raising the dogs for human meat consumption, according to workers with Humane Society International.
Oct 01, 2015

ICYMI, our exclusive: pups from South Korean dog meat farm land in W. WA, are available for adoption…

PD: Staff at home for addicts waited 10 hours to report fatal attack — SEATTLE -- Staff at a building for homeless alcoholics are under the microscope after police say they waited nearly 10 hours to report a brutal beating that turned into a fatal one. Investigators say 55-year old Hursley Lewis beat a man in the alley behind 1811 Eastlake Avenue, where they both lived.
Sep 29, 2015

ICYMI: PD: Staff at Seattle home for addicts waited 10 hours to report fatal attack…

Teen accused of driving drunk, ramming K9 unit, punching dog — ARLINGTON, Wash. -- A 16-year old is accused of driving under the influence, eluding a deputy, ramming a patrol car, and punching a sheriff's K-9 in Snohomish County. The incident happened in Arlington just after 10 pm on Saturday night.
Sep 18, 2015

ICYMI: teen accused of driving drunk, fleeing deputy, ramming patrol car, punching K9…

Seattle leaders weigh hiking fees for festivals and events — SEATTLE -- It may cost more to imbibe beer in lederhosen, sing carols around Christmas, or run the streets to rock n' roll music if the city of Seattle gets its way. Councilmembers are proposing hiking fees for special events throughout the city to cover the costs of police, manpower, street closures, and more.
Sep 17, 2015

ICYMI: Seattle leaders weigh hiking fees for festivals and events…

Fighting crime with color: police paint over graffiti — Patrick Gilbert fashions himself more as police officer than painter. This week he was asked to trade one role for the other. Gilbert, who has been in law enforcement for nine years, hung up the handcuffs Tuesday and replaced them with a paint can.
Sep 16, 2015

ICYMI: fighting crime with color: @FifePD paint over graffiti on popular school walking path…

Seattle seawall project delayed another year, to cost $71M more — SEATTLE -- Replacing the seawall on Seattle's waterfront will take an additional year and cost $71 million more than originally projected, transportation officials said Monday. Project leaders blamed the added time and costs in large part on a soil freeze wall, which they chose over a more traditional dewatering method.
Sep 15, 2015

ICYMI: Seattle seawall project delayed another year, to cost $71M more…

Sep 15, 2015

Seawall delayed 1 year and $71 million? I AM SHOCKED I TELL YOU…

'I just feel like an angry resident of Tacoma that got her stuff back' — TACOMA, Wash. -- Jennie Dahlby just wanted her tires back. Dahlby, who lives on south 41st Street in Tacoma, walked out of her home early Friday morning to find her 2008 Honda Fit resting on cinder blocks. It appeared as though someone had removed the tires from the red, four-door car either late Thursday night or early Friday morning.
Sep 08, 2015

ICYMI: 'I just feel like an angry resident of Tacoma that got her stuff back'…

Seattle building boom breaking hearts, moving businesses — SEATTLE -- A 79-year old family-run business is the latest Seattle company to announce their building will be demolished to make way for new development. Champion Party Supply, which has been in its current Lower Queen Anne location for 21 years, will be relocating to Interbay, the store owner said Wednesday.

Small South Sound town bans belligerent begging — YouNews House destroyed by tree Cottonwood tree felled by today's windstorm destroyed home in Lynnwood. Occupants - fearing the intensity of storm - retreated safely to their basement just minutes before the tree fell. House is a total loss.

Local woman purchases car, finds four urns inside — or call our News Desk at 206-404-4145. Federal Communications Commission Online Public File please contact: Stephanie Rogerson 206-404-4442
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Oct 02, 2015

Sunrise outside Mercy Medical in #Roseburg this morning. Proof there is beauty amid tragedy. #UCCShooting

Oct 02, 2015

Mercy Medical says staff came in on days off, retired physicians volunteered. Hospitals from Louisiana, Georgia sent food. #UCCShooting

Oct 02, 2015

Cont'd: all three that remain at Mercy Medical are expected to survive. One may be released later today. #UCCShooting #liveonKOMO

Oct 02, 2015

Hospital in Roseburg: 10 victims brought there: 3 transferred, 2 treated & released, 4 underwent operative, 1 deceased in ER. #UCCShooting

Oct 02, 2015

Mercy Medical Center in Roseburg is planning a 6 am news conference regarding victims of #UCCShooting.

Oct 02, 2015

@ABC7Jummy @komonews good talking to you in DC. We'll have more updates on #UCCShooting throughout the day here and on-air.

Oct 01, 2015

More observations from #Roseburg: chopper hovering overhead, some homeowners allowed past #UCC roadblock. #liveonKOMO

Oct 01, 2015

This is the sole entrance to Umpqua Community College. Campus starts about 1000 feet up this road. #UCCShooting

Oct 01, 2015

Another look at the roadblock by the #UCC campus. Single entrance, manned by sheriff now. School closed until Monday.

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