Tanya Sinkovits, Q13 FOX News

Tanya Sinkovits

Q13 FOX News

Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Tanya:

Overnight closures on the Hood Canal Bridge all week

SEATTLE -- Maintenance work on the Hood Canal Bridge has prompted overnight closures this week beginning Monday. Beginning the evening of Monday, Oct. 15, maintenance crews with the Washington Department of Transportation will intermittently close the State Route 104 Hood Canal Bridge to vehicles over a series of consecutive nights. → Read More

Owner of sports memorabilia shop sentenced on tax charges

The owner of two Washington state sports memorabilia and card gaming shops was sentenced to 30 days in prison and 10 months of home detention for failing to pay taxes on more than 50 employees. → Read More

Mom who shielded infant daughter from tennis ball-sized hail shares photos of her injuries

An Australian mother caught in a severe storm with her infant daughter shielded the child with her own body as hail ripped through her car Thursday. → Read More

Thurston County cat mutilations: Your questions answered

Thirteen cats have been mutilated in Thurston County since October. The killings have put neighborhoods and cities on edge and prompted the creation of a six-member task force of veteran detectives with one goal: to find the serial cat killer. → Read More

Sick orca J50 spotted alive after missing for days and feared dead, given another antibiotics injection

A young southern resident orca known as J50 is missing and biologists fear the sick whale may be dead, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries said in a release. → Read More

King County sees sharp rise in HIV cases linked to needle use

Health officials in King County are warning the public after they noticed a sharp rise in HIV cases among people who were initially thought to be at low-risk. → Read More

Does wearing a face mask protect from wildfire smoke?

Wildfire smoke contains very small particles and gases that can irritate your eyes and lungs and worsen chronic heart and lung diseases, especially in children and older adults. So should you be wearing a mask? → Read More

People are camping in front of Safeco ahead of Pearl Jam’s Home Shows

A couple dozen people have been camping outside Safeco Field in Seattle since Monday ahead of Pearl Jam's first concert in the city in more than five years. → Read More

Seattle Police ranks number 1 on #LipSyncChallenge videos list

The Seattle Police Department's rendition of "Downtown" by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis has landed them at the top of a list ranking the best #LipSyncChallenge videos of the summer. → Read More

Space Needle unveils world’s first rotating glass floor

The Space Needle's $100 million renovation project is nearly finished. On Thursday, the highly anticipated revolving glass floor called, The Loupe, was unveiled. → Read More

Divers recover 13-year-old boy from Spanaway Lake

Divers recovered a teenager from Spanaway Lake Sunday. Pierce County Sheriff deputies said the teen had been underwater for 30 minutes. → Read More

Pentagon identifies soldier killed in apparent insider attack in Afghanistan

The Pentagon has identified the soldier killed in an apparent insider attack Saturday in Afghanistan as Army Cpl. Joseph Maciel of South Gate, California. → Read More

Trump economic adviser Larry Kudlow suffers heart attack

Larry Kudlow, the prominent economic commentator who joined the Trump administration this year as the president's top economic adviser, is recovering after suffering a "very mild" heart attack. → Read More

Durkan aims to fulfill free-college promise by 2020

Mayor Jenny Durkan, Seattle Colleges Chancellor Shouan Pan and Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Larry Nyland, signed a partnership agreement Wednesday which allows for the expansion of the Seattle Promise Program which aims to provide free community college tuition to high school students. → Read More

Washington could become the next state to automatically register voters

A bill that would automatically register voters when they apply for or renew a driver's license passed the state Senate. → Read More

Issaquah snowmobiler dies in Kittitas County avalanche

A 32-year-old Issaquah man died when five Western Washington snowmobiler were swept in an avalanche near Stampede Pass area Sunday. → Read More

Bundle up Puget Sound! Below-freezing temps will stick around all week

Winter is digging its nails into Western Washington and not letting go. Q13 News Chief Meteorologist Walter Kelley said this week we'll have some of the coldest overnight low temperatures in over a year. → Read More

Pedestrian hit and killed by Metro Bus on Aurora Avenue

Seattle police say a person was struck just before 6 p.m. Sunday near a bus stop at N. 130th St./Aurora Ave. N. → Read More

There’s still next year: Edgar Martinez misses Hall of Fame cut again

SEATTLE - The Baseball Writers Association of American once again snubbed Seattle Mariners legend Edgar Martinez. Martinez needed 75 percent of the votes to be elected into the Hall of Fame, but finished with 70.4 percent. He was 22 votes short. → Read More

Bill seeks to raise Washington’s smoking age from 18 to 21

A bill that would raise the age limit to buy tobacco products in Washington is back at the Statehouse. → Read More