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Liz Dueweke Jumps From KOMO to KCPQ

lizDueweke_photo2After a year at Seattle ABC affiliate KOMO, Liz Dueweke is joining rival KCPQ. Duewke, who was the morning anchor at KOMO, will serve in the same role at Fox affiliate KCPQ beginning April 28.

“I am excited to have Liz join our incredibly talented team on Q13 FOX News This Morning. Liz is a very skilled anchor who strikes the right balance between being a serious journalist while also putting a smile on your face in the morning.  She is a perfect fit for our morning newscast,” KCPQ news director Erica Hill said in a statement.

Dueweke will anchor alongside Bill Wixey weekdays from 5-10 a.m. Kaci Aitchison, who currently serves as Wixey’s co-anchor, will host various features and segments throughout the morning, according to KCPQ. Brien Blakely, Kelly O’Connell and Tim Joyce will host from 4:30-5 a.m.

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Sister of Seattle Weather Anchor Found Safe

Emily Joyce, the sister of KCPQ weather anchor Tim Joyce, has been found safe.

Tim Joyce told TVSpy he along with family members tracked her down at a remote campsite after seeing she had googled the site located in the Willamette National Forest. He said it was roughly 27 miles from the nearest available cell phone signal.

He asked for help finding Emily from Eugene area residents a couple of weeks ago after his family lost contact with her last month.

Joyce credits a team effort involving friends, family members and Sheriff’s deputies along with a little bit of luck in finding his sister, “As luck would have it, an interview I had given to a local radio station was being aired while she was driving back into town—and she heard about her own disappearance”

Joyce said his sister is, “incredibly apologetic and thankful that we kept trying to find her—even though she was doing her best to stay hidden.”

Seattle Weather Anchor Asks for Help Finding His Sister

Tim Joyce, weather anchor for Seattle FOX affiliate KCPQ, is asking residents in the city where he once worked to help find his sister Emily.

CBS affiliate KVAL and NBC affiliate KMTR, have posted the plea for help from their former weathercaster on their websites and on KMTR’s facebook page.

Joyce said his sister Emily Joyce left her home last Thursday night and visited a friend in Lane County near Lorane on Monday. But he became alarmed when he said he got texts from friends about her.

“We have a report that she was last seen on MONDAY at a house-sit in a rural area SW of Eugene,” Joyce posted on facebook. “According to my source she was also in good spirits as well. I find this highly promising news.”

He thinks she may driven her burgundy Toyota Tacoma pickup towards the Oregon coast. Joyce said she is 36-years-old and graduated this year from the University of Oregon with a degree in dance. You can see a poster with more details after the jump. Read more