SEATTLE - It’s video you'll see only on KIRO 7 and it shows a person that a Seattle craftsman believes stole a package off his front porch. In a strange twist, the neighbor's surveillance video shows the suspect with a Captain America shield. Kenneth Moore, who runs his own business, said the theft really hurt, and the items that were stolen were really of no value to the thief. Moore said package pickup has given him a leg up in his fabric and yarn business.
A Seattle woman had a very personal reaction to the political bomb dropped by the president Thursday: In a meeting in the Oval Office to discuss immigration, Donald Trump is quoted as saying, "Why are we having all these people from s---hole countries come here?" The White House isn't denying the remarks made during discussion of cutting the Diversity Visa Lottery program. After the president’s comments, one Seattle woman posted on social media her own experience with the visa lottery.
DUPONT, Wash - A Seattle woman is telling her story of survival after she was injured but walked away from the fatal train derailment in DuPont in mid-December. On Tuesday Celia Goetz shared her story with KIRO 7. Her lawsuit is the latest to target Amtrak, and she recounted the events of the morning of Dec. 18 when Amtrak Cascades 501 hit her vehicle. She says it all happened in less than five seconds. Goetz says she will sometimes commute to Olympia during the week from Seattle.
Seattle residents suspect man caught on surveillance sporting ‘Captain America’ shield to be mail & package thief. Hear from one man who lost a unique product @KIRO7Seattle 11PM https://t.co/OUJAI7z1d2
Seattle residents in Phinneywood suspect man caught on surveillance sporting ‘Captain America’ shield to be mail & package thief. Hear from one man who lost a unique product @KIRO7Seattle 11PM https://t.co/xVM3IwYogc
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Selecting a term
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Phrases (e.g. "cloud computing") — use quotes to keep the terms together
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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