Lindsay Cohen

Reporter

Lindsay Cohen
Lindsay Cohen
Reporter
Award-winning journalist Lindsay Cohen joined the KOMO 4 News team in July 2009, bringing with her more than a decade’s worth of reporting experience from across the country.

Cohen started her career while in high school, working on the features desk of her local newspaper in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Since then, her career has taken her from the streets of Chicago to the halls of the New York State capitol; from the depths of New York City during and post-9/11 to the “fan-demonium” of the Super Bowl; and from hurricane-soaked south Florida to an army training base in the deep South. She has interviewed presidential candidates and Grammy award-nominees, flown in an F-16, and cracked a cold case murder in her many years in journalism.

Cohen holds a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University in New York City, and a bachelor’s degree in communication studies from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. In her spare time, you can find her running along Seattle’s beautiful waterfront, cheering on her favorite sports teams, cooking up a new dish, or playing a round of competitive Boggle (yes, Boggle). She lives in Seattle.

Recent stories by Lindsay Cohen

KOMO 4 TV Video shows man breaking into Bellingham office, returning Video shows man breaking into Bellingham office, returning(Photo Gallery)(Video)
Surveillance video shows a man breaking into a Bellingham chiropractor’s office, staring into a camera, and then slinking away, before returning with his face concealed. Police say the suspect stole more than $10,000 in electronics and cash and may be linked to other business burglaries in the area.
KOMO 4 TV Council shoots down plan to raze Mercer Island mansion Council shoots down plan to raze Mercer Island mansion(Photo Gallery)(Video)
The Coval House on Mercer Island, once owned by scientists Myer and Barbara Coval, went on the market in 2011 for more than $15 million dollars. The extravagant touches were even the basis of an HGTV show, but now a developer wants to tear down the mansion and put 18 homes in its place, angering neighbors.
KOMO 4 TV Longtime Monroe restaurant closing its doors Longtime Monroe restaurant closing its doors(Video)
The Hitching Post, a restaurant in the heart of downtown Monroe, will close on Sunday, barring a major benefactor stepping in, said owner Marie Maass. The diner, at 107 W. Main Street, has been in operation for 40 years, Maass said, but cannot shoulder rising rents.