Steve Coogan

Steve Coogan


Steve Coogan comes to Bonneville Seattle with more than 18 years of experience in journalism and content management, the last 4 1/2 as a night 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 10 years ago. He currently lives in Mountlake Terrace with his wife Jenn and daughter Cassidy (with a baby boy on the way). Steve likes following sports, binging TV shows and getting outside as much as possible to enjoy a good farmers market or a colorful sunset.

Seattle officer put on administrative leave after racist comments surface

SPD Chief Adrian Diaz said in a statement Friday he has taken steps to place an officer on administrative leave after racist and sexist comments surfaced.
1 day ago

Trawl vessels caught 10 killer whales in ’23 off Alaska, federal agency says

A federal agency says one of its teams is analyzing data on 10 killer whales incidentally caught in Alaska by groundfish trawl fisheries in 2023.
2 days ago

First lady Jill Biden talks up Fred Hutch’s cancer research during Seattle visit

First lady Jill Biden made a public appearance in Seattle at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center near Lake Union Friday afternoon.
4 days ago

Report: Court docs show UW, Oregon expected removal from key Pac-12 talks

Officials from Washington and Oregon acknowledged in writing they would be excluded from decisions related to the Pac-12's future, according to a report.
10 days ago

Semitruck rollover that blocked all lanes of I-5 south in Tukwila cleared

A collision involving a semitruck that rolled over has blocked all lanes on Interstate 5 south in Tukwila, according to the WSDOT.
15 days ago

Report: Jay Inslee endorses Bob Ferguson to succeed him as state’s next governor

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Saturday endorsed Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson in next year's race for governor, according to a report.
17 days ago

Man arrested in connection with correctional officer’s shooting death in Snohomish

A Lake Stevens man, 22, was taken into custody Friday for second-degree murder in connection with a drive-by shooting Thursday evening in Snohomish.
17 days ago

Wash. litter study details billions of items, millions of pounds of waste per year

Washington's first litter study in nearly 20 years found 37.8 million pounds of waste are littered each year. That's comprised of nearly 7.1 billion items.
17 days ago

Joe Kennedy leaves Bremerton High School football coaching job after 1 game

Joe Kennedy's return to the sidelines for the Bremerton High School football team lasted just one game as he resigned from his position as assistant coach.
19 days ago

Police are actively searching for fleeing suspect after I-5 north collision, car fire

Snohomish County Sheriff's deputies are searching for a suspect after a pursuit on I-5 north in Lynnwood ended in a collision and a car fire.
21 days ago

Where Seattle ranks as a city for surviving a zombie apocalypse

The team at LawnLove has, again, completed research into determining where in the U.S. people have the best chance of surviving a zombie apocalypse.
22 days ago

Lumen Field details more food options, new tech for Seahawks season

Fans at Seahawks games in Seattle during the NFL season will see more food options, but more ways to get back to their seats to enjoy their food quicker.
22 days ago

Vehicle driving wrong way led to collision, major backup on I-5 south in Seattle

A multi-vehicle collision closed all lanes of Interstate 5 (I-5) south in downtown Seattle Monday morning.
22 days ago

State police: 2 killed in crash near SR 16 toll plaza in Tacoma

Two people were killed in a vehicle crash on State Route 16 eastbound near the toll plaza in Tacoma Friday afternoon, according to Washington State Patrol.
25 days ago

Seattle Police search for man suspected of luring 5-year-old child

SPD is looking for a man, who they say tried to a lure a child into leaving a school with him in the Wallingford neighborhood.
26 days ago

PETA praises Lumen Field for its vegan-friendly food options

PETA has named its "starting lineup" of vegan-friendly NFL stadiums, and Seattle's Lumen Field has scored a spot in the top five.
27 days ago

Vehicle fire on I-405 in Kirkland cleared after backing up traffic for nearly 5 miles

The Washington State Department of Transportation noted Friday afternoon the traffic is backed up about five miles.
1 month ago

Heartbreaker: Seattle’s run in the Little League World Series ends

The team from Northeast Seattle lost 2-1 Thursday night to the squad from El Segundo, California, in what turned out to be the finale of their run.
1 month ago

Gray, Oregon City fires kill 2, lead to lost structures; I-90 reopens after closure

The Gray Fire has led to the evacuation order of thousands of residents and the closure of Interstate 90 in both directions.
1 month ago

City of Kent files lawsuit to declare Phoenix Court Apartments public nuisance

The City of Kent has filed a lawsuit in King County Superior Court to declare the Phoenix Court Apartments a public nuisance and seek an injunction.
1 month ago

Evacuation orders lifted in Lakewood after major fire at Fort Steilacoom Park

People in several dozen homes and at Pierce College who were advised to stay away from those buildings because of a brush fire in Fort Steilacoom Park in Lakewood can return home,
1 month ago

Vice President Harris visits Seattle, discusses climate crisis, economy

Vice President Kamala Harris returned to Seattle Tuesday and spoke about the climate crisis and the economy and what the Biden administration is doing to combat both.
1 month ago

Report: Nearly 40% of drivers canceled summer travel plans due to high gas prices

Gas' high cost has led to a large number of Washington residents to cancel their summer travel plans, according to QuoteWizard.
1 month ago

Star power: Seattle light rail sees multiple record ridership days in July

Bolstered by the MLB All-Star Game and Taylor Swift's two Seattle concerts, over 1 million riders took to the Sound Transit Link light rail, Metro buses, and the water taxi over three days in July.
1 month ago