KIRO 7 on Twitter
A list of KIRO 7 Eyewitness News Twitter accounts
Follow @KIRO7Seattle for breaking news and the newest headlines from around Seattle and Western Washington.
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Follow meteorologist Sam Argier for the forecast and a glimpse into his life!
Follow KIRO 7 reporter Amy Clancy for the latest on breaking stories around Western Washington.
Follow KIRO 7 Eyewitness News Reporter/Anchor Jeff Dubois as he covers news in Western Washington.
Follow Alison Grande to see what stories she’s working on and her process of gathering information.
Reporter David Ham tweets from the scene as he covers news around the Puget Sound.
Reporter Gary Horcher tweets updates, including lots of photos, of the news he is covering.
KIRO 7 Reporter Deborah Horne posts updates from the field and the office. She is also the executive producer for KIRO 7 InColor.
Graham Johnson is a field reporter at KIRO 7. Follow his account for updates on what he's working on.
Meteorologist Todd Johnson tweets about the weather and about his life as a husband and dad.
Terry is our Bureau Chief Photojournalist and the only full-time television news crew covering Pierce County.
KIRO 7 Reporter Chris Legeros Tweets photos and updates from the field, and posts breaking news.
Kevin McCarty heads up KIRO 7 Eyewitness News' Pierce County Bureau. Based in Tacoma, Kevin covers the south Puget Sound region.
Follow KIRO 7 reporter Michelle Millman as she takes you alongside when she’s out on the road covering her stories!
Follow Brian Monahan, KIRO 7's morning meteorologist, for tweets about the weather.
Stay up to date with the weather by following meteorologist Morgan Palmer's Twitter account.
Get updates and photos from KIRO 7 field reporter and senior political reporter Essex Porter.
Follow news anchor Angela Russell as she shares interesting news stories and tweets about life with two daughters!
Lee Stoll is the North Sound reporter for KIRO 7 Eyewitness News. Keep up with everything she's reporting on by following her Twitter account.
Richard Thompson is South Sound Bureau Chief for KIRO 7 Eyewitness News. Send him story ideas, tips and comments.
Reporter Alison Burns has been covering news events in the nation’s capital since 1999. Follow her to see what stories she is covering.
Scott MacFarlane is one of KIRO 7’s D.C bureau reporters. He joined our bureau after spending time as a policy advisor and broadcast consultant on (the other) Capitol Hill.
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