Steve Coogan

Steve Coogan


Steve Coogan comes to Bonneville Seattle with more than 18 years of experience in journalism and content management, the previous 4 1/2 as an evening audience editor at USA TODAY. Previously, he spent over six years as an editor/producer working on Originally from Massachusetts, Steve lived in Northern Virginia, and across the state of New York (Poughkeepsie, New York City, Syracuse) before moving to the Pacific Northwest in 2013. He currently lives in Mountlake Terrace with his wife Jenn and daughter Cassidy and son Dean. Steve likes following sports, binging TV shows and getting outside as much as possible to enjoy a good farmers market or a colorful sunset.

‘Disarray:’ KIRO, KTTH hosts comment on Biden withdrawal, Harris ascension

The KIRO Newsradio and KTTH hosts who spoke about the development with Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to MyNorthwest offered varying opinions.
23 hours ago

Lost dog found alone on Seattle ferry dock heads to a new home

A lost dog found without its owner on a ferry dock in Seattle last month, later identified as Tripp, has found a new home.
2 days ago

Gunman nearly hits Tacoma schools security officer during daytime shooting

Police in Tacoma are probing a shooting where a bullet nearly hit hitting a security officer working at the Tacoma Public Schools building.
2 days ago

Human finger found in Tacoma driveway IDed, returned to owner

The case of a mysterious human finger found in a Tacoma driveway earlier this month has been solved and the digit was returned to its owner.
3 days ago

Fire damages dozens of tiny homes in Seattle

The Seattle Fire Department (SFD) is investigating the cause of a major fire that damaged dozens of tiny homes early Thursday.
4 days ago

13-year-old boy killed in Kent shooting

The Kent Police Department is investigating the shooting death of a 13-year-old boy that happened Tuesday night.
5 days ago

These 124 Washington stores will be impacted by the Kroger-Albertsons merger

Kroger and Albertsons revealed Tuesday the full list of 579 stores they will sell off to ease antitrust concerns over their proposed merger.
12 days ago

SR 99 north in Seattle reopens after major brush fire closed it for hours

All lanes on State Route 99 north end at the 1st Ave Bridge in Seattle were blocked Tuesday due to a fire. It reopened Wednesday morning.
13 days ago

Seattle passes $1.55B transportation levy funded by taxpayers; voters to get final say

The Seattle City Council approved a transportation levy on to voters during their meeting Tuesday afternoon.
13 days ago

Missing Pullman girl, 2, found alive with couple who fled to Mexico

The search a missing 2-year-old girl from Pullman and the couple last seen with the child ended when they were all found alive in Mexico.
14 days ago

Tacoma blotter: Human finger found; suspect steals car with passengers inside

In two Tacoma incidents, a person's finger was found in a driveway and a thief stole a car with two passengers in the back seat.
17 days ago

Dozens of dud drones: Malfunctioning machines sink SeaTac July 4th show

The Fourth of July celebrations in the city of SeaTac Thursday night included dozens of malfunctioning drones, some falling into Angle Lake.
17 days ago

6 injured after carnival ride in Oak Harbor tips over

The city of Oak Harbor confirmed that during its Independence Day Carnival Wednesday, a ride tipped over and six people were injured.
19 days ago

What’s open on the Fourth of July in Washington?

While shoppers can expect most stores to be open on the Fourth of July for last-minute needs, many chains will close early.
19 days ago

2 teens shot in Auburn weekend incident; suspects remain at large

The Auburn Police Department has confirmed four people were shot at two teens were shot in an incident early Saturday.
21 days ago

Trump adviser Jason Miller: ‘Washington state may now be in play’

Trump senior campaign adviser Jason Miller, who is a Seattle native, made a bold statement about Washington after the debate Thursday.
23 days ago

Fatal Seattle shooting of teen boy leads to high-speed chase ending in Everett

The shooting of a teenager in South Seattle Thursday night led to a high-speed pursuit that eventually ended in Everett.
24 days ago

‘Disaster’: KIRO, KTTH hosts roast Biden for CNN debate performance

The KIRO Newsradio and KTTH hosts who offered their impressions of the debate agreed that Joe Biden did not have a good night at the podium.
25 days ago

Roadwork that led to major traffic backups on I-5 north concludes for now

The scheduled I-5 north roadwork hasn't stopped travelers from hitting the road and they're expected to see more traffic backups this week.
25 days ago

Seattle officers recover dozens of guns in separate incidents

The Seattle Police Department seized at least two dozen guns in separate incidents, one Friday and another early Sunday.
28 days ago

Peace out! Malfunction on ‘Gee and Ursula’ leads to lots of laughs

Sometimes, equipment malfunctions on shows like "Gee and Ursula" can lead to a few minutes of chaos and a fun, unique moment.
1 month ago

Report: Seattle officer fired after previous racist comments surfaced

A Seattle Police Department officer was fired for calling his neighbor racist and sexist slurs and making other comments in 2022.
1 month ago

Ex-financial TV analyst who became a fugitive arrested for fraud in Washington

A former CEO of two investment firms who was a frequent paid guest on a cable network's programs has been arrested for fraud.
1 month ago

1 of 2 late-night Tacoma shootings involve sheriff’s deputies

In the second of two overnight shootings in Tacoma, Pierce County Sheriff's Department deputies fired at a suspect early Wednesday.
1 month ago