Michelle Ludtka, Q13 FOX News

Michelle Ludtka

Q13 FOX News

Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Michelle:

Exclusive: One-on-one with Seahawks safety Quandre Diggs

With the NFL season fast approaching, Q13 Sports is bringing you exclusive one-on-one interviews with Seahawks players for their takes on a season that will be like no other. → Read More

WSU Head Football Coach Nick Rolovich pays it forward in Pullman

Long before WSU Head Football Coach Nick Rolovich even held practice with his new team, he’s left his mark on the community he now calls home. → Read More

Det’s SuperStars lead charge for Seattle Children’s Covid relief

SEATTLE - A former Seattle SuperSonic is joining the fight against COVID-19, helping those directly impacted by the pandemic. Three time NBA All-Star Detlef Schrempf is using his connections for Det's SuperStars. Det's SuperStars is the latest COVID-19 Relief Effort in our community. → Read More

Sounders raise money for COVID-19 Relief Fund with help from longtime fans

he Seattle Sounders FC awarded over $200,000 to 143 people and 17 small businesses thanks for their first grant cycle in April of the organization's COVID-19 Relief Fund. → Read More

Seahawks Tyler Ott raises money for March of Dimes while expecting first child

SEATTLE -- The March of Dimes has been supporting pregnancy care and the safety and health of families and newborn babies for more than 80 years. It's a cause that Seahawks Long Snapper Tyler Ott has been involved with, along with his mother, since he was a child. → Read More

Seattle Storm player recounts COVID-19 journey through France and Australia

SEATTLE -- Seattle Storm Guard and former Washington Husky, Sami Whitcomb, is back with her family in Perth, Australia after getting stranded in France for a month due to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Little League World Series events canceled, including Kirkland Softball Championship

SEATTLE -- The Little League World Series has been held every August since 1947 and for the first time in 74 years, young athletes will not be able to compete on the World Stage. The cancellation includes the 82 regional qualifying tournaments and their seven World Series events including Junior League Softball held in Kirkland, Washington. → Read More

Seattle NHL team breaks ground on practice facility

SEATTLE — Seattle’s expansion NHL franchise broke ground on its practice facility just a few miles from the arena it will call home. The facility will eventually house three full ice sheets and is part of a larger redevelopment project on the site of a former mall. The team's practice facility and headquarters are the centerpiece of the redevelopment project. → Read More

Seattle artist creates mural of city’s iconic athletes

SEATTLE -- He's a street artist whose name is almost as interesting as his creations. 'Weirdo' has painted his way to quite a following in the Pacific Northwest. "'Weirdo' has been something I've been called since high school," he said. → Read More

A coach’s legacy: Remembering John Altobelli who died in chopper crash with Kobe Bryant

John Altobelli, his wife Keri and their daughter Alyssa were among the nine people who died in a helicopter crash that killed basketball legend Kobe Bryant last weekend. John was the baseball coach for Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, California for 27 years. → Read More

Progress continues for NHL Seattle’s new arena

SEATTLE – Underneath a 44-million-pound roof that’s suspended above the ground, approximately 220 workers continue to excavate the 600,000 cubic yards that will soon be an arena. "I think it's safe to say this is really unique,” NHL Seattle construction executive Ken Johnson said. → Read More

Seahawks dancers gear up for gameday with new look, new squad

SEATTLE -- The Seahawks aren't the only team gearing up for their regular season debut Sunday. The Seahawks dancers will take the field with a new look and new squad. → Read More

Megan Rapinoe and Allie Long talk World Cup victory, fight for equality in women’s soccer

Megan Rapinoe and Allie Long are back with the Reign FC following their incredible World Cup victory → Read More

Meet two women breaking down barriers and helping grow women’s hockey in Washington

In Seattle, the growth of the girls game has outpaced the boys, and it’s allowing players like 12-year-old Megumi to dream and dream big. → Read More

Redmond twins breaking down barriers for girls who want to play baseball

REDMOND, Wash. -- “A League of Their Own” was released in 1992 and depicted a group of women who broke barriers playing baseball during WWII. Nearly 30 years later, there are two sisters who may have been too young for the movie but are living their own version of the story. → Read More

Steve Zakuani and the Bellevue Wolverines capture first league title in school history

The former sounder turned author, inspirational speaker, and broadcaster has added another title to his impressive resume. This year, he is the Bellevue High School boy’s varsity soccer coach. → Read More

Seahawks’ Russell Wilson brings new fitness craze to Pacific Northwest

Seattle - Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson is bringing his love of fitness and teamwork to the people of the Pacific Northwest. Wilson is an investor in the new fitness craze, TruFusion. TruFusion has just opened it's latest location on the second floor of Lincoln Square South in Bellevue. → Read More

The future of Felix Hernandez

It's been seven years since Felix Hernandez reached perfection -- the first and only time a Mariner has hit the mark. → Read More

‘I just want to help’: Mariners’ Dee Gordon spends his off-season giving back

For eight months of the year, Dee Gordon's focus is on the field. But during the off-season, that desire changes. → Read More

How the Sounders’ Kim Kee-Hee became the club’s most well-known unknown player

SEATTLE - Kim Kee-Hee joined Seattle Sounders FC in February of 2018. He quickly worked his way into the lineup, starting in all but one match this season. In doing so, Kim has become the most well-known, unknown player for the Rave Green. → Read More