Ryan Simms, KIRO 7

Ryan Simms


Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Ryan:

Thanksgiving costs spike because of inflation, turkey shortages

As Americans celebrate Thanksgiving, dinner costs are up substantially from this time a year ago. → Read More

Skagit County man among those killed in University of Idaho murders

A 20-year-old man from rural Skagit County has been identified as one of the four students found murdered in a house near the University of Idaho campus. → Read More

SDOT prepares to reopen the West Seattle Bridge

If the plans hold true, the West Seattle Bridge will reopen to drivers this upcoming Sunday, Sept. 18. → Read More

Pharmacies bracing for new COVID-19 booster demand

KIRO 7 learned most pharmacies will likely get fewer than 100 doses to start. → Read More

Everett firefighter recruit diagnosed with cancer after landing job

One of Everett Fire Department’s newest recruits is facing a sudden, unexpected battle. → Read More

Pride flags torn down, set on fire outside Seattle cantina

SEATTLE — Pride flags outside downtown Seattle's Taqueria Cantina restaurant were torn down and then set on fire during a large-scale vandalism incident. → Read More

Former Marysville-Pilchuck resource officer reacts to Texas school shooting

For Chris Sutherland, the tragedy in Texas is a devastating case of deja vu. → Read More

Man arrested in connection with murder of 24-year-old Tacoma mother

Police believe Tellieun Harvey shot Simpson multiple times, all while her kids were in that same apartment. → Read More

Seattle Public Schools proposes new start times

Under a new proposal, class start times for Seattle Public Schools would be altered beginning in September. → Read More

Man charged with attempted rape of teen in Seattle

An officer discussed consent with Seago, to which he replied, “I’m not a fan of consent.” → Read More

Local doctor accused of running stem cell scam

The physician at the center of this case is Dr. Tami Meraglia. → Read More

Mill Creek two-year-old narrowly avoids being shot on nature trail

The gunshot first passed through his son’s stroller, missing the two-year-old boy by just inches. → Read More

Noose found hanging at North Seattle fire station

Little is known about the origins of the noose found at Fire Station 24. → Read More

Shoreline pot shop worker survives being shot six times

Surveillance video shows two armed robbers enter Dockside Cannabis on Aurora Avenue North on Jan. 5. → Read More

WA lawmakers target catalytic converter theft during legislative session

As the legislative session continues, two new bills would aim to prevent catalytic converter theft. → Read More

Skagit County issues new rules for COVID-19 testing

MOUNT VERNON, Wash. — Skagit County is one of the first areas in the state to impose strict new rules on who can be tested for COVID-19. → Read More

Patients report COVID-19 outbreak at Lewis County drug treatment center

CHEHALIS, Wash. — An anonymous patient at American Behavioral Health System (ABHS) in Chehalis told KIRO 7 that a COVID-19 outbreak was rapidly spreading throughout his facility. → Read More

Canadian tourism businesses brace for American travelers

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA — Ahead of Canada's border reopening Aug. 9, popular tourist attractions are quickly preparing for an influx of Americans. → Read More

Local leaders team up to rebuild Highway 2 trestle

LAKE STEVENS, Wash. — There is a renewed push to finally revamp the Highway 2 trestle linking Everett to Lake Stevens. The roadway has been operational since the late 1960s when Snohomish County’s population was only a quarter of what it is today. As a result, congestion and backups have worsened in recent years, and previous attempts to minimize traffic disruptions have failed. “It’s getting… → Read More

WSP ramps up efforts to locate missing Indigenous people

Washington State Patrol is making a renewed push to locate missing Indigenous people across Washington. → Read More