Heather Bosch

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Heather Bosch is a multi-award winning journalist who returned to the Pacific Northwest after working as a CBS Network News Correspondent, based in New York City. Heather has covered stories including the Orlando Pulse Nightclub shooting, the Boston Marathon bombing and trial, and the devastating EF-5 tornado in Joplin. She traveled to Sri Lanka to cover relief efforts after the deadly 2004, Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami. Heather has a passion for covering our men and women in the U.S. military, the arts, and breaking news.

Are you being asked to tip too much?

Does it seem like you're being asked to tip everywhere you go and for every service you receive? Bankrate released a new survey on tipping.
14 days ago

First responders save woman in Puyallup River

First responders rescued a woman in her 30s from the Puyallup River in Fife Tuesday afternoon. Witnesses who saw her struggling called 911.
14 days ago

Rough seas strand cruise ships, await tugboats to help dock 

The seas are so rough right now that two cruise ships have had to anchor out in Elliot Bay and wait for tugboats to help them dock at Pier 91.
16 days ago

Hoop dreams are high for the Seattle Storm

NCAA women's playoff games garnered record attention. The Seattle Storm is hoping to capitalize on the momentum this WNBA season.
29 days ago

Black bear spotted roaming around Tacoma captured, will be relocated

A black bear that was spotted wondering around Tacoma in recent days is now on his way to the North Cascades.
1 month ago

Opera known for catchy music, humor shines in Seattle

KIRO Newsradio's Heather Bosch spoke with key people involved in Seattle Opera's production of "The Barber of Seville."
1 month ago

Federal Way police go above and beyond, save litter of kittens

It was Federal Way police to the rescue when they got a call about a litter of week-old kittens that were found in a residence.
1 month ago

DOJ sets critical date in potential Boeing criminal case

The Department of Justice has set May 31 as the date we will learn whether the DOJ will ask a judge to restart a criminal case against Boeing.
1 month ago

FAA investigating after Boeing says workers falsified inspection records

The FAA wants to know if Boeing workers properly inspected the area where wings attach to the 787 Dreamliners and if anyone falsified records.
1 month ago

Call 911 if you see the runaway zebra; don’t try to capture it yourself

What would help animal control the most to catch the runaway zebra? "If you see it, in real time, call 911 immediately," one official said.
2 months ago

Musical in Everett marks a homecoming for star Michael Sharon

The Village Theatre production of "The Fantasticks" is playing in Everett and for Pacific Northwest native Michael Sharon it's a homecoming.
2 months ago

Trapped orphaned whale calf is now free

A whale calf that had been trapped in a lagoon off Vancouver Island since last month is now free, according to Fisheries and Oceans Canada,
2 months ago

Grizzly bears to return to Washington despite opposition

Grizzly bears WILL be returning to the North Cascades, decided the National Park Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
2 months ago

Storm announce the return of Sue Bird 

Seattle basketball legend Sue Bird is returning to the WNBA Storm -- as an owner, the team's ownership group Force 10 Hoops announced.
2 months ago

Boeing engineers allege retaliation over safety concerns

Two Boeing engineers have alleged retaliation by the company’s management after they insisted on a re-evaluation of work on the 787 and 777.
2 months ago

Kroger, Albertsons alter their merger plans, include Haggen in new deal

Kroger and Albertsons said Monday they will sell more stores to quell the federal government's concerns about their proposed merger.
2 months ago

Whistleblower: Boeing involved in ‘criminal cover-up’

A Boeing whistleblower testified before a U.S. Senate subcommittee claiming the company is involved in a "criminal cover-up."
2 months ago

Washington remains in the grips of drought, will stay there

The State of Washington Department of Ecology this week declared a new drought declaration for most of the entire state.
2 months ago

Washington rescue dogs graduate as skilled K9s

Jails in Washington are getting some four-legged help rooting out fentanyl and other potentially deadly drugs.
2 months ago

Gun shop owner sold ‘hundreds’ of these after ban was briefly lifted

The Washington State Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments next week on the state's ban on high capacity gun magazines.
2 months ago

The ‘zombie drug’ has claimed a life in Western Washington

Whatcom County is reporting its first death from the powerful animal tranquilizer Xylazine. Its nicknames include "tranq" and "zombie drug."
2 months ago

King County doctor: Confronting bird flu with lessons learned from COVID-19

The head of the World Organization for Animal Health warned that the spread of bird flu is raising the risk that humans can become infected.
3 months ago

Killer whale calf stranded in a Canadian lagoon will be airlifted out, rescuers say

Plans are underway by to airlift a stranded killer whale calf out of a remote tidal lagoon off northern Vancouver Island.
3 months ago

The spud battle continues on whether to change the classification of a potato

Claims that the U.S. Government is trying to re-classify a popular vegetable as a grain are HALF BAKED.
3 months ago