I am an award-winning journalist, who joined the FOX 5 News team in July 2017 from our sister station in Tampa, Fla. I'm thrilled to be back in the DMV, where I grew up.
While covering news in Tampa, with stops along the way in Orlando and Myrtle Beach, S.C., I have reported on numerous stories of national interest. I was my station's lead reporter on one of the hardest stories I've ever had to tell, the Pulse nightclub attack.
I reported live the night a jury reached a not-guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman case, followed developments in the "Loud Music" murder case, and was one of the first reporters on the scene when FBI agents shot and killed an associate of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
In Tampa, my relentless reporting on safety concerns over discount airline Allegiant Air, led to an early safety review of the company by the FAA. My career in broadcast journalism began before I graduated high school as a reporter and anchor for Teen Perspective 2News, a teen news show at the ABC affiliate in my hometown of Baltimore.
That's where I developed a passion for storytelling. I am a proud graduate of the University of Maryland's Philip Merrill College of Journalism. Go Terps! When I'm not on-air, you can find me at my Crossfit gym or eating my way through the District.
DC's Attorney General Karl Racine is suing Washington Hebrew Congregation over alleged violations of law discovered after families made sexual abuse allegations against a one-time employee of the synagogue's day care.
Dozens of colleges and universities are finding themselves on the receiving end of lawsuits from students and parents demanding refunds for tuition paid for in-person classes moved online during the pandemic.
The District's exposure notification system, which relies on Bluetooth technology to match anonymous signals to phones that were in close contact when someone test positive for COVID-19, has now launched and is live. D.C. officials are calling it DC CAN.
Nine months after Fairfax County Commonwealth's Attorney Steve Descano opened a criminal investigation into the 2017 police-involved shooting of Bijan Ghaisar, he announced Thursday that two U.S. Park Police officers have been charged.
A new study from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business shows Black police officers are nearly twice as likely to be disciplined for misconduct than their white counterparts, even when the number of allegations are statistically equal.
The Fairfax County School Board has expressed support for eliminating an admissions exam and application fee at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, a portion of a broader plan to boost Black and Latino enrollment at the elite school.
D.C. alcohol regulators are investigating after a video retweeted by President Donald Trump showed possible violations of the mayor’s coronavirus orders in a downtown D.C. bar.
A former Georgetown football player accused of murder in D.C. will remain in custody pending an appeal decision, authorities confirmed Tuesday.
October 1 marked the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month and the start of a new law in Maryland which makes strangulation a felony instead of a misdemeanor.