Jesse Jones is an Emmy Award-winning reporter and Edward R. Murrow Award recipient whose television career spans more than 25 years. Originally from Tacoma, he has worked in a variety of markets and you can now catch Jesse in action on KIRO 7 Eyewitness News.
Jesse was diagnosed with kidney cancer in 2007, and has been kicking cancer to the curb ever since. According to Jesse, “He likes to keep his status as a survivor. The reason why is that he wants to be ready if it returns. As his high school football coach used to say, ‘If you stay ready, you never have to get ready!’”
Monique joined KIRO 7 Eyewitness News in June of 2006. She splits her time between anchoring and reporting during the week. From the field, she’s covered stories ranging from spring snow storms on Stevens Pass to the shooting spree at Virginia Tech. In 2009 she reported live from Perugia, Italy, on the Amanda Knox trial and verdict. KIRO 7’s coverage received an Emmy Award and a National Headliner Award for Breaking News.
Fred Northup, Jr. travels the country, appearing on stage over 100 nights a year as a nationally-known fundraising auctioneer, emcee, and comedy improviser.
For 10 years, Fred performed as a company member of Seattle's famed TheatreSports comedy improv group. He has entertained thousands at major events for Starbucks, Microsoft, Turner Broadcasting, Boeing, Amazon.com, Expedia, and more.