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KIRO 7

Seattle, WA, United States

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  • KIRO 7
Past:
  • WSB Radio
  • WPXI
  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
  • WOKV News
  • WFTV Eyewitness News
  • WHIOTV
  • Boston 25 News
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • WSOCTV
  • WDBO
  • and more…

Recent articles by Deedee:

Citizen rams car into robbery getaway vehicle; tries to stop suspects

“It was just nuts,” said Matt, a Covington resident who didn’t want to share his last name for safety. → Read More

Fifteen-year-old arrested, accused of involvement in 30 King County robberies

The latest robbery was at a 76 gas station in Covington, which later led to shots being fired. → Read More

Tacoma mom’s car stolen while she was scraping off frost

“It’s just so scary, that’s why I want it out there,” said Jenn, who didn’t want to share her last name for safety. → Read More

‘Unprecedented volumes’ at children’s hospitals as RSV surge rages on

Pediatric hospitals throughout western Washington are operating at maximum capacity, or even beyond. → Read More

Governor, Seattle mayor visit factory; back tiny house villages as “efficient” homelessness solution

This year, Washington lawmakers approved $800 million to address homelessness – more than ever before. → Read More

Crews in Bellevue start digging to expose broken water main, search for answers

Crews started work on Thursday to dig out three pieces of water main in Bellevue’s Sommerset neighborhood. This is part of the investigation into what caused a water main break and landslide in January that knocked a home off its foundation and destroyed it. → Read More

Strain of nationwide teacher shortage being felt in Washington state

A national survey from earlier this year found that 90% of educators felt “very” or “somewhat” burned out. → Read More

Lightning strikes home, boat in Federal Way

Pierce and South King Counties were hit hardest by an intense lightning storm Wednesday. → Read More

New details revealed about Tacoma’s crime reduction plan

The city’s homicide rate is currently more than double this time last year. → Read More

More local monkeypox cases — the CDC’s warnings for your summer plans

The virus does not spread through the air. You need to be in close physical contact with someone to get it. → Read More

Skinny orcas bring emergency order for whale-watchers to keep distance

In an effort to protect skinny, pregnant and endangered killer whales this summer, commercial whale-watching boats are under an emergency order to stay a half nautical mile away from southern resident orcas. → Read More

At least 5 murders in western Washington in about 24 hours

At least five murders have shaken up communities in western Washington, just between Monday and Tuesday. → Read More

Meet Sriracha: Local pup from Snohomish competing in Westminster dog show

“She’s definitely got the ‘it’ factor,” said Sarah Evans, Sriracha’s owner, who lives in Snohomish. → Read More

In-person graduation ceremonies return to Washington state

Sixty thousand people filled Husky Stadium on Saturday for the University of Washington graduation ceremony. → Read More

‘A nightmare’: family says they discovered ecstasy inside toy box ordered online

A Pierce County family opened up a gift for their 4-year-old’s birthday, but instead of a toy inside, the family says they found a package full of drugs. → Read More

Auburn woman behind deadly cyanide-laced painkillers wants out of federal prison

It’s a notorious case out of Auburn – a woman convicted of lacing Excedrin painkillers with cyanide that killed two people in 1986, including her husband. → Read More

‘I’m going to be homeless’: Bellevue residents face soaring rent hikes

Inflation keeps hitting families harder as prices continue to soar. Gas prices reached a new record overnight, hitting an average of $4.87 in Washington and topping $5 a gallon in King County, according to AAA. → Read More

Teen accused of murder, multiple robberies faces Tacoma judge

One of two teen suspects behind a violent crime spree is now in custody. Both teens, 15 and 16 years old, are charged with first-degree murder for killing a cannabis dispensary employee. → Read More

Botched tree removal job destroys Bellevue home

A tree removal job went terribly wrong in Bellevue on Monday, sending a 140-foot Douglas fir tree crashing down into a home in the Newport Hills neighborhood. → Read More

School discipline changes stir up controversy, worry in Lakewood

The changes have some parents and school board members worried kids won’t be treated fairly. → Read More