Jamie Tompkins, Q13 FOX News

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Q13 FOX News

Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Jamie:

Healthy Living: Signs of digital addiction

What are the signs that you may be teched out? → Read More

Local teen breaking barriers, becoming one of the first females to earn Eagle Scout rank in Boy Scouts

A local teen is making headlines today after becoming one of the very first females in the nation to earn the rank of Eagle Scout. It’s the highest achievement for the Boy Scouts of America and about only 4 percent of scouts have earned that rank, but this is not her first time breaking barriers. → Read More

Exclusive: Seattle's own Sir Mix-a-Lot shares poetic take on the lowlights of 2020

When it comes to a year-in-review, most of 2020's highlights were some of our lowest times. → Read More

Running toward change: Bothell family shares story that put a movement into motion

This is a story about the world we live in today, about family and fear, perception and race. It's also a story that relays hope. A Washington family shares their story as perfect strangers helped put a movement into motion. → Read More

Free farmers market to give away 6,000 pounds of potatoes, onions in Lake Stevens

LAKE STEVENS, Wash. -- Volunteers are gearing up for a free drive-thru farmers market in Lake Stevens. It's happening Friday, May, 29, and if it's anything like last week, supplies will go fast. They plan to give away 6,000 pounds of potatoes and onions starting at noon. → Read More

COVID-19 steals the stage from local performers

The performing arts were among the first to feel the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and stay home order - and they will be among the last to return. That has left performers offstage waiting for the next act. → Read More

Full Circle Meals: An idea to feed people and the economy spirals into movement

KITSAP COUNTY, Wash. -- All around our region, small businesses are fighting to stay afloat. And one husband and wife in Kitsap County is working to help them do just that. What started as an idea to feed people and the economy has now spiraled into a movement that is filling people with hope. → Read More

Washington boy challenges firefighters to epic socially-distant water fight

A Washington boy named Jaxen called on members of Eastside Fire & Rescue to join him in a water fight -- and the firefighters did not disappoint. → Read More

Local nonprofit uses food truck to deliver free healthy meals to those in need

SEATTLE -- It's important to take a few moments to focus on the good around us and the good people who are working to make things better as we navigate our way through the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Seattle opera singer brings ‘good vibratos’ to neighbors with front yard concerts

On any given weekday, a socially distant crowd gathers in Seattle's East Ballard neighborhood. At 5 o'clock on the dot, Stephen Wall emerges from his home - and something very special happens when he sings. → Read More

West Seattle restaurants join together to help those in need

SEATTLE -- Q13 News is making a point to highlight the good happening all around us. Tuesday, Anchor Jamie Tompkins put a spotlight on five local restaurants who have joined forces to make sure people are getting healthy delicious meals every week. → Read More

Issaquah man leading effort to give health care workers free smoothies

ISSAQUAH, Wash. - Every day we are spotlighting the helpers in our community: People who are going above and beyond to make a difference. Heath Anderson owns and operates Fresh the Juice Bar in Issaquah. → Read More

Mariners, Bloodworks NW team up for blood drive at T-Mobile Park

The Mariners can't take the field at T-Mobile Park because of coronavirus, but you can. → Read More

Behind the mask: In trying times, local nurses witness so much loss – and so much love

We see images of health care workers who look like nurse Tatyana Huber every day - the eye protection, the gloves, the gown, the mask. But we hear very little from the nurses behind the mask, like the one who made sure that 75-year-old Carolann Gann knew she was loved and at peace when she passed away recently from COVID-19 complications. → Read More

Seamstress volunteers skills to sew protective masks for Pierce County Sheriff’s deputies

AUBURN -- Even during a pandemic full of so many unknowns, it's comforting to know that there are helpers everywhere. Many people in our community are taking their passions and turning them into a purpose. Arline Bauman is a professional seamstress. → Read More

Remarkable Women in Western Washington: Nikki Gane-Butler

SEATTLE -- As we get ready to celebrate International Women’s Month in March, Q13 News is proud to celebrate local women who inspire and forge the way for other women. → Read More

House Divided: Olalla couple enjoying Seahawks/Packers rivalry

OLALLA, Wash. -- It’s been said a house divided cannot stand, but one couple is proving all is fair in family and football! Roland and Kari Knuutila live in Olalla; Kari is a die-hard Seahawks fan, and Roland is a cheesehead. → Read More

Military spouses find comfort sharing experiences through USO’s Coffee Connection

JBLM -- Sometimes nothing is sweeter than a bitter cup, over sweet conversation. Once a month, the USO hosts Coffee Connection for military spouses; a place where they can pour over life in the military. The goal is to help them grow their personal networks with people who understand the grind. → Read More

Touching Base: Gold Star families from across the nation connect at ‘Snowball Express’

If seeing is believing, just beyond the entrance to the “Snowball Express," a great adventure awaits. → Read More

Touching Base: Inside one of the busiest USO centers in the nation

SEATTLE -- In our new series, "Touching Base," we are focusing on our local military and their families, both on the job and in our community. This week we’re touching base with military members and their families traveling around the world. → Read More