Deborah Horne, KIRO 7

Deborah Horne


Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Deborah:

Ukrainian family desperate after KIA stolen and totaled

The family has started a GoFundMe account, hoping to raise the money to buy a new car. → Read More

King County deputy and ‘subject’ end up in a ‘fire fight;’ deputy treated and released

That King County sheriff’s deputy and a “subject” both suffered non-life-threatening injuries. → Read More

North Cascades avalanche danger ‘considerable’ over the weekend

Anyone venturing into the backcountry Saturday and Sunday should know that there is increased avalanche danger in the North Cascades and the Olympic Mountains, according to the Northwest Avalanche Center. → Read More

Suspect in deadly 2020 downtown Seattle shooting could be released from jail while awaiting trial

The last suspect in the deadly 2020 shooting in downtown Seattle could walk out of the King County Jail on Monday. → Read More

Burglar caught on camera stealing keys, then truck from Capitol Hill home

A man was caught on camera creeping into a house overnight, making off with the homeowner’s 2014 GMC truck. → Read More

Jimmy Carter being remembered for decades of work with Habitat for Humanity

The former president's work with the charity took him and the former First Lady around the world as volunteers. → Read More

Puyallup teen considered suicide after school beating

A Puyallup teenager says she considered suicide after she was beaten by classmates at school. The alleged attack took place last Friday in a bathroom stall at Glacier View Junior High School in Puyallup. → Read More

WWGR: Meet Everett Fire’s first African American battalion chief

Rich Langford would probably agree that he was made for a job in the fire service. → Read More

17-year-old suspect in Tacoma teen’s murder appears in court

The shooting of a 14-year-old boy at an east Tacoma bus stop has elicited fierce emotions across the city. → Read More

King tide inundates South Sound park; could be higher Tuesday

A king tide inundated a Pierce County park Monday morning and more low-lying areas could flood Tuesday. → Read More

Grandmother of murdered Everett teen says death was gang-related

The grandmother of an Everett teenager who was murdered late last month is seeking answers. → Read More

Mother, boyfriend accused of murdering her 4-year-old son

Court documents tell a chilling story about the last moments of the little boy’s life. → Read More

South Sound couple’s car stolen from hospital parking garage

This should be a joyous time for this Yelm couple — the long-awaited birth of their twins. → Read More

South Hill Mall brawl leaves man hurt, teen in custody; search continues for accomplices

The victims say it began after a group of teenagers was stopped from stealing from a T-shirt kiosk. → Read More

Thousands in North Sound in dark, schools a priority for power crews

Snohomish County PUD said fewer than 49,000 customers were still without power as of 8 p.m. Sunday. → Read More

Wind knocks out power, trees into houses in North Sound

At the height of the Friday night storm, some 190,000 Snohomish County PUD customers were in the dark. → Read More

Bellevue Opera company’s costumes, props stolen weeks before first show since COVID

Thieves had broken into a Tacoma warehouse where their costumes were being stored. → Read More

Tacoma residents frustrated by street racing in parking lot

Someone even put nails in the parking lot in what may have been an attempt to stop it. → Read More

Air quality alerts continue; unseasonably warm October weather to blame, say experts

Smoky, dirty air hangs over the Puget Sound like a blanket as wildfires continue to burn across the state. → Read More

Mariners fan videos go viral

The improbable post-season run has given us viral videos of fans jumping for joy. → Read More