Tina Patel, Q13 FOX News

Tina Patel

Q13 FOX News

Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Tina:

Freezing temperatures could lead to flooding, if you don’t protect your pipes

SEATTLE - The freezing temperature can cause a lot of problems, if people aren’t prepared. Homeowners could face flooding if they don’t protect their pipes. Crews with Beacon Plumbing are already b... → Read More

Lynnwood gun shop says sales are up since Paris attack

LYNNWOOD, Wash. -- The terrorist attacks in Paris stirred up fears in the United States. A lot of people are now trying to prepare against a future attack by arming themselves. Anthony Birchman and... → Read More

Homeowners without power getting ready for freezing temperatures overnight

SNOHOMISH, Wash. -- It could be a tough Friday morning commute for many people, especially in the North Sound. Many roads there flooded earlier this week, so they are likely to freeze when temperat... → Read More

Friends grieve for 23-year-old man killed when tree crushed his car during storm

MONROE, Wash. -- Friends are coming together to remember the 23-year-old man who was killed during Tuesday's windstorm when a tree fell and crushed his car while he driving near Monroe. “I still ca... → Read More

Seattle Police say they are increasing security for Sunday’s game at CenturyLink

SEATTLE - Security will be tight, when the Seahawks host the Arizona Cardinals Sunday night. Both the NFL and the Seattle Police Department say after the attacks in Paris, they don’t want to take a... → Read More

Washington residents, students in Paris recount terrorist attacks

SEATTLE -- Some people from Western Washington found themselves caught in the middle of the Paris terror attacks. We reached former Q13 FOX News producer Sean O’Heir by phone Friday night. He’s vac... → Read More

Lewis County homeowners preparing for possible flooding

CENTRALIA, Wash. -- The rain was coming down at a steady pace late Thursday night in the South Sound. Emergency managers say they’ll be keeping an eye on area rivers over the next few days. Gary Ba... → Read More

Thieves steal tools from agency that builds wheelchair ramps for needy families

SEATTLE -- A local nonprofit agency is turning to the community for help. Thieves broke into their storage units and stole thousands of dollars of tools. If the tools aren’t returned or replaced, t... → Read More

City of Edmonds considers banning crumb rubber turf on fields out of health concerns

EDMONDS, Wash. -- The Edmonds City Council is considering a ban on crumb rubber fields because of concerns that it could be putting the health of children at risk. Students are enjoying the new tur... → Read More

Family, friends hold candlelight vigil for man found stabbed to death in Renton apartment

RENTON, Wash. -- Renton police say they still don’t know who stabbed 64-year-old Jerry "JT" Turner to death inside his apartment. His body was found Wednesday afternoon. Turner's family says they’... → Read More

Man found dead in Renton apartment died from multiple stab wounds, police say

UPDATE RENTON, Wash. -- Renton police said Friday that the man found dead inside an apartment on Shattuck Avenue South Wednesday died from multiple stab wounds. Police said they are still researchi... → Read More

JBLM soldier wanted in connection with Lakewood shooting surrenders after 11-hour manhunt

LAKEWOOD, Wash. -- Police arrested a soldier from Joint Base Lewis-McChord Thursday night in connection with a shooting that critically injured a man. Police say 22-year-old Jesse Suhanec knocked o... → Read More

‘I was in sheer panic’: Woman spots coyote in busy Kent neighborhood

KENT, Wash. -- Quiana Garlin shot this video of a coyote roaming around her neighborhood. Now she’s concerned about walking her small dog around her condo complex after seeing the wild animal Last ... → Read More

Man found dead in Renton with obvious signs of ‘violent trauma,’ police say

RENTON, Wash. -- Family members are in shock to hear that Jerry Turner, JT as he was known to friends, is dead. Police say a woman found his body inside an apartment on Shattuck Avenue South in Ren... → Read More

Tacoma police looking for man suspected of a string of home burglaries

TACOMA -- Police in Pierce County are trying to track down a repeat burglar who is believed armed and could be dangerous. They say they’ve used fingerprints and palm prints to link Michael Shawn Le... → Read More

Flood warning in effect for Tolt River, with more rain expected

CARNATION, Wash. -- People are keeping an eye on several rivers throughout Western Washington. A flood warning took effect Friday night for the Tolt River in King County. Peter Coulter stopped by t... → Read More

Bremerton coach placed on leave attends game as spectator, prays with fans in stands

BREMERTON, Wash. -- The Bremerton High School Knights took to the field in a bid to make the playoffs Thursday night. But their coach had to settle for cheering for them from the stands. Coach Joe ... → Read More

Thief steals laptops and phones from business, while people work nearby

BELLEVUE - Police are hoping you can help them identify the woman who broke into a local business, while people were working inside. “She doesn't fit the bill, that's for sure.” Daniel Daoura has w... → Read More

Marysville-Pilchuck students remember school shooting, one year later

MARYSVILLE, Wash. -- It’s been one year since a Marysville-Pilchuck High School student shot four of his classmates and then turned the gun on himself. It’s a day the community will never forget. B... → Read More

Students forced to walk to school through dangerous neighborhoods say district should provide bus passes

SEATTLE -- Students in the Rainier Valley say the school district needs to do something to make it safer for them to get to and from school. Right now, many of them are walking up to two miles each... → Read More