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.

Listen: Dramatic 911 call before death of Yakima mass murderer

A dramatic 911 call revealed more about the Yakima mass shooting that left three people, and the shooter, dead 10 days ago.
1 day ago

Former Seattle Mayor: ‘We have nowhere to go but up’

Former Seattle Mayor and City Councilmember Greg Nickles says "We have nowhere to go but up," as a city council.
15 days ago

‘Rage applying’ newest trend amongst disgruntled workforce

On the heels of "quiet quitting" comes a new trend 'rage applying' for those in America's workforce who are less than satisfied.
16 days ago

Fight against bird flu continues despite Dept. of Agriculture precautions

The current wave of bird flu -- contributing to the high cost of poultry and eggs -- continues to ravage flocks across the country.
16 days ago

Interest rates soar as Americans carry more credit card debt

Interest rates are surging and almost half of all credit card holders carry debt from month to month, according to a new survey from Bankrate.com released Tuesday.
24 days ago

Listen: An unofficial survey of the Northwest’s favorite holiday songs

Listen to KIRO Newsradio's unofficial survey of the Northwest's favorite holiday songs, courtesy of Heather Bosch.
2 months ago

Olympia man indicted on arson charges after damaging religious property

A 50-year-old Olympia man has been indicted for arson at Jehovah's Witness Kingdom Halls in Olympia and Tumwater in 2018.
2 months ago

Beast Mode is now in Bake Mode as Marshawn hits British TV

Marshawn Lynch was one of six celebrities to face off with judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith from the beloved series, "Great British Bake Off."
2 months ago

FTC sues to block Microsoft from buying maker of Call of Duty

The FTC is suing to block Microsoft's $69 billion deal to acquire video game company Activision Blizzard, which produces Call of Duty.
2 months ago

Family of murdered business owner helping other victims of gun violence

Two months since the murder of Seattle businessman D'Vonne Pickett Junior, his family is already helping other victims of gun violence.
2 months ago

Stevens Pass vows to do better during this ski and snowboard season

The Stevens Pass Ski resort is open and it's under pressure to show skiers and snowboarders it has changed for the better.
2 months ago

Inflation, supply issues limit donations to Seattle food banks

The same inflation and supply chain issues affecting your local grocery store are also taking a toll on food banks.
2 months ago

Early Puget Sound snow sees rush to buy winter tires

With potential snow expected in the forecast this week, it's time to start thinking about getting winter tires installed.
3 months ago

NTSB pushing for more thorough inspections after plane crash off Whidbey Island

"The potential for a catastrophic loss of control of another airplane warrants immediate and mandatory action," Homendy said.
3 months ago

Could therapy cats be just as effective as therapy dogs?

Pendry looked at programs that universities offer students, like "Pet Your Stress Away," and found 85% offered interaction only with dogs.
3 months ago

Bear cubs sheltered in Lynnwood, mother euthanized after attack

The Progressive Animal Welfare Society in Lynnwood is caring for two black bear cubs whose mother was euthanized in Leavenworth on Saturday.
3 months ago

Seahawks unveil ‘sensory’ room at Lumen Field for fans overwhelmed by crowd noise

Every NFL team knows that Seahawks games are loud. It might surprise you that Lumen Field has a room meant to give the opposite experience.
4 months ago

Seattle seafood restaurant turns down Tampa Bay Rays for web domain, ‘we’re true to who we are’

Tampa Bay is out of luck, and we're not talking about the MLB wildcard race against the Mariners.
5 months ago

International opera singers take the stage for under-served Seattle communities

An international opera singer took to the stage Thursday night with a chorus of Seattle area teenagers. Their goal? To make music more accessible to everyone.
5 months ago

New flight dashboard will help vacationers get what they deserve during delays, cancellations

A new dashboard from the U.S. DOT travelers will be able to check and see what kinds of guarantees, refunds, or compensation major domestic airlines offer.
5 months ago

Long time teacher, “Far Side” inspiration, honored by students

"He taught me how to be a teacher," said Laura. "One of the main reasons I went into science teaching was because of Mr. Webb."
5 months ago

First recorded case of monkeypox spreading from humans to pets

There's been at least one report of a person with Monekypox who may have passed the virus to a dog.
5 months ago

WA honoring J. P. Patches with new, limited-edition license plate

From 1958 to 1981, western Washington kids grew up watching clowns J.P. Patches, his girlfriend Gertrude, and a cast of characters.
7 months ago

Despite fewer bidding wars among home-buyers, Seattle-area real estate prices continue to climb

Seattle area bidding wars on homes plummet: The share of homes that faced competition in June was 41%, down from 61% in May.
7 months ago