KIRO 7 Investigates
KIRO 7 Investigators take on organized crime, government waste, corruption and environmental dangers.
King County Health inspectors find some nasty things while looking for health code violations --like frozen chicken feet thawing in a filthy mop sink, raw chicken stored in a bucket underneath a dishwashing area or shrimp in a bin on a moldy floor.
Student athletes at Taholah High School were concerned last December when four local school districts voted to dissolve their athletic league and become independent.
Many of us have dreamed about what we'd do if we won the lottery. However, what if you actually had a big winning ticket, and a store clerk checked and told you it was a loser, but then cashed it in himself?
It's been three decades since schools were desegregated, but Seattle Public Schools admits discrimination is still a problem in its classrooms.
Every school day, while tens of thousands of Seattle Public Schools students wait at bus stops, KIRO 7 learned some 300 other students are chauffeured to school.
The King County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the killer’s associates. Review never before seen details on four unsolved homicides.
Seattle police Internal Affairs detectives launch a review after seeing a racially charged videotape, first aired on KIRO 7 Eyewitness News, of Seattle officers stomping on an innocent detainee. See the video and latest developments in the story in our special section.
KIRO Team 7 Investigators track a suspected serial killer to Southeast Asia and get him to talk about a case that spans three decades.
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