Jennifer Lee, Q13 FOX News

Jennifer Lee

Q13 FOX News

Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Jennifer:

Police: 19-year-old mother accused of assaulting and killing 2-year-old son

A 19-year-old woman is expected to face a charge of second-degree murder for the death of her 2-year-old son. → Read More

'Lock in that rate:' Housing and financial experts both recommend buying now if you're prepared

If you’re in the market to buy a home, chances are the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hike was disappointing. However, experts in both the housing and financial markets said if a home buyer is prepared, right now could actually be the right time to put in an offer. → Read More

Zillow: 2 WA cities among most popular markets; more balanced housing market around the corner

Woodinville and Edmonds are among Zillow’s most popular markets of early 2022. → Read More

DoorDash shares data to shed light on potential impact of 'PayUp' policy on communities

DoorDash is sharing data to shed light on the potential impact the "PayUp" proposal could have on communities in Seattle. → Read More

Grieving mom hopes 5-month-old's story inspires others to become living donors

A grieving mom is hopeful her son’s legacy will inspire others to become living donors. → Read More

Bennie, 5-month-old feisty, duck-enthusiast, waiting for a liver transplant at Seattle Children's

A family is praying a living donor steps forward to save their five-month-old son, Bennie. → Read More

Seattle man advocating to bring wife to U.S. amid ongoing war in Ukraine

A Seattle man is desperate to find a way to bring his wife to the U.S. → Read More

'I have seen a couple T-bone accidents:' West Seattle neighbor raises concern over RVs blocking visibility

A woman in West Seattle is raising concerns about driving safely through an intersection in her neighborhood. → Read More

WA state psychologists to train volunteers in Poland who in turn will support Ukrainian refugees

A week after Russia’s full-scale invasion, the United Nations reports a million refugees have fled Ukraine. → Read More

Should Thurston County be 'cancelled?' The legacy behind the namesake and its controversy

As Black History Month continues, some are asking, should we cancel Thurston County? Amid ongoing protests against racial injustice, America has had a reckoning that has seen scores of offensive symbols removed, renamed or replaced. This includes statues, sports franchises and local school mascots. → Read More

Law enforcement zeroing in on burglaries and auto thefts at car dealerships

Auburn police said there is an uptick in burglaries and auto thefts at car dealerships. → Read More

Former member of USA Climbing Team arrested for child rape

Redmond Police arrested a former member of the USA Climbing Team on three charges of third-degree child rape. → Read More

National Guard canvasing neighborhoods, crews clearing truckloads of snow in Leavenworth

All hands are on deck in the City of Leavenworth as crews continue to work in winter storm recovery mode. → Read More

Schools shift to temporary remote learning model due to substantial staffing shortages

Substantial staffing shortages are affecting classrooms across the region. → Read More

Communities along US 2, Stevens Pass digging out after winter storm

Communities along U.S. 2 and Stevens Pass are in winter storm recovery mode. → Read More

Crews work day and night, more snow on the way and supplies selling fast

Anticipation is growing for another round of snow late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning. → Read More

Emergency cold weather shelters stay open, Energy Assistance Program in Snohomish County

Overnight shelters continue to operate through the below freezing temperature. → Read More

Cold weather shelters open in Snohomish County, dozens seeking refuge from the freezing temps

Cold weather shelters are open with dangerously low temperatures across our region. → Read More

Holiday travel buzzing, but some making last-minute cancellations due to Omicron

Health officials are predicting a COVID-19 surge this winter due to the new variant Omicron. → Read More

Local relief efforts underway for communities in other states facing aftermath of deadly tornadoes

Help is on the way to communities in at least five U.S. states that were devastated by the historic tornados. → Read More