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KIRO 7

Seattle, WA, United States

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  • KIRO 7
  • Boston 25 News
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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  • WSOCTV
  • WOKV News
  • News 96.5 (WDBO)
  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
  • WSB Radio
  • Dayton Daily News
  • The Palm Beach Post
  • WHIOTV
  • journalnews
  • WPXI
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Recent articles by Deedee:

Lime car crimes has attorney calling LimePods a 'public safety problem'

A hit-and-run crash involving a LimePod rental car is the latest crime committed by people using the ride-sharing vehicles. → Read More

Mom's boyfriend accused of killing her toddler son; boy's dad later opens fire on cops, police say

A shootout with police Monday near an Arby’s in Washington state is connected to the slaying of a 3-year old boy in Normandy Park on Saturday. → Read More

Mom's boyfriend accused of killing her toddler son; boy's dad later opens fire on cops, police say

A shootout with police Monday near an Arby’s in Washington state is connected to the... → Read More

Murder of 3-year-old boy connected to Burien police shootout

A shootout with Normandy Park police Monday near an Arby’s in Burien is connected to the heartbreaking murder of a 3-year old boy in Normandy Park on Saturday. → Read More

Community demands accountability after King County allowed ICE agents to access personal data

A community is demanding accountability after King County shared personal information to ICE agents -- despite a law against it. → Read More

Fake car-repair men scamming drivers in King County

Fake car-repair men saying they'll fix your car on the spot, are apparently scamming people in King County. → Read More

Radioactive equipment removed from Harborview campus months after spill

Two and a half months after a radiation spill at the Harborview Medical Center- University of Washington building, crews finally removed a piece of radioactive piece equipment from the campus Wednesday. → Read More

Sobering center closure pushes people to sober up in emergency rooms

The closure of a sobriety center in Seattle and delayed plans to open a new one is leaving people with nowhere to go. → Read More

DNA home test kits reveal family secrets, bring unexpected trauma

DNA home test-kits are booming in popularity. But there's a unexpected phenomenon that comes with uncovering family history. → Read More

Burglar steals valuable comic books from Friends of the Seattle Public Library

A burglary has a nonprofit scrambling, and the crime left Seattle police, little to go on. → Read More

Family's car stolen from Evergreen hospital while baby is sick at NICU

A thief steals a family's car from a hospital parking lot while their newborn is in intensive care. → Read More

WA National Guard preparing for deployment with largest training session in a decade

Thousands of Washington National Guard members are all in Yakima to train for deployment and combat. → Read More

More heat waves, wildfires, have Everett fighting with new tool

A heat wave for Western Washington means growing concern over wildfires. It comes at a time when 71 percent of Washington State is in some form of drought – some areas severe. → Read More

Smaller shops at Northgate Mall say they're being forced out

Stores at Northgate Mall are closing their doors earlier than expected. → Read More

Aftermath of radiation leak at UW Harborview building continues

Radiation cleanup and testing efforts are still going on more than a month after crews spilled radioactive powder at a University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center building. → Read More

Point-in-Time count shows decline in homelessness for first time in 7 years

King County is seeing a decline in the number of people experiencing homelessness, for the first time in seven years – most significantly in Seattle. → Read More

New investigation process for officer-involved shooting deaths launches in King County

There's now a new process for how King County investigates deadly officer involved shootings. → Read More

Seattle could ban building big houses with new ordinance

Drastic changes could alter home construction across Seattle. → Read More

New neighborhood could be coming to Seattle as WA National Guard moves to leave Interbay

There’s a 25-acre site between the Magnolia Bridge and the Interbay strip mall that’s filled with military vehicles. → Read More

Large homeless encampment involved in drug-ring bust to be cleared

A large homeless encampment at 10th Avenue South and Dearborn Avenue South that the city of Seattle calls "high risk" will be cleared out Monday morning. It comes days after Seattle Police took down two drug ring operations funneling drugs and weapons to homeless camps. → Read More