Henry Rosoff

Henry Rosoff joined KIRO 7 Eyewitness News in April 2013. He previously reported for WITI-TV in Milwaukee, Wis. While in Wisconsin, he covered major breaking news stories such as a mass shooting at a Sikh temple, the Madison union rallies and the Packers' Super Bowl run. Before Milwaukee, Rosoff briefly reported in Lansing, Sioux Falls and Waco, where he covered the Fort Hood shooting.

Rosoff's previous work earned him local awards, as well as multiple Emmys for breaking news, writing, and feature reporting.

Rosoff is originally from northern New Jersey and still roots for the Yankees, Devils, Knicks and Miami Dolphins. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, telling his English springer Spaniel she's not allowed on the counter, and sci-fi movies.

Latest from Henry Rosoff

A Seattle police officer has been reassigned after a review found he wrote about 80 percent of marijuana tickets issued in the city during the first half of 2014.

Seattle police officer issued most pot tickets

His job is in jeopardy for being a buzz kill. A Seattle police officer has been reassigned after a review found he wrote about 80 percent of marijuana tickets issued in the city during the first half of 2014. Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole said Wednesday on the department website ...

Detectives used a fingerprint found on a stolen iPad to track down two brothers prosecutors said broke into a home earlier this year.

Burglars busted after leaving fingerprint on iPad

Detectives used a fingerprint found on a stolen iPad to track down two brothers prosecutors said broke into a home earlier this year. An alert Mac Store general manager in Kent realized the iPad was stolen.  He contacted the proper owner and police. Dave Boyce was stunned when he got ...

Thomas Roberts, a Seattle police officer who was killed in 1898, was given a proper grave marker in a ceremony July 24, 2014. It was made possible by the Retired Seattle Police Officers Association, Lake View Cemetery and an anonymous donor. Another officer, Arthur Ruckart, was also given a proper grave marker.

Fallen SPD officers honored decades later

Seattle-- It was just not right. That was the first thought Officer Mike Severance had when he realized two Seattle police officers killed serving the city were buried in unmarked graves. “It’s duty, that’s the one word that would describe it, something that needed to be done,” Severance said. Thomas ...

Space Needle loses power after substation fire

A fire at the at a City Light substation poured smoke into the air and knocked out power at the Space Needle for a short time Wednesday morning. City light crews are still trying to figure out how this fire started, but the part that burned holds 26,000 volts -- ...

President Barack Obama waves from Air Force One before departure at Andrews Air Force Base in Md., on Tuesday, July 22, 2014, en route to Seattle in a three-day West Coast trip includes at least five fundraising events in Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)

Obama in town for fundraisers; traffic delays expected

President Barack Obama has landed at Boeing Field and will start his fundraising visit at a home in Madrona at about 4 p.m. He'll then travel to former Costco CEO Jim Sinegal’s Hunts Point home for a $25,000 a plate fundraiser.   The visit wouldn't be anything out of the ...

Richard Parenteau Jr.

Suspect in double homicide struggled with mental illness say friends

A man arrested in a double homicide Saturday has struggled with mental illness, according to friends. Richard Parenteau Jr. was arrested Saturday night, after two bodies were found nearly a mile away from each other along the Duwamish waterway. Parenteau was held without bail when he appeared in court Monday.  ...

The owner of Rosichelli Design in Seattle hopes someone will recognize the furniture that was taken and report it to police.

$96,000 in furniture, vehicle stolen from staging company

Thieves made off with $96,000 worth of furniture and a truck, from a company that stages houses people are trying to sell. The owner of Rosichelli Design said his warehouse off Colorado Avenue South was broken into a few days ago.  The crooks loaded up one of their trucks with ...

Man uses hot weather to steal from West Seattle homes

SEATTLE -- A burglar in West Seattle took advantage of people beating the heat by leaving doors and windows open as he burglarized house after house. Several homeowners even came face-to-face with 33-year-old Jason Wyman, according to a Seattle police report from Saturday.  Police said Wyman went to house after ...

JBLM still may get hundreds of undocumented immigrants

LAKEWOOD -- The humanitarian crisis will not solved using the resources of Joint Base Lewis-McChord -- at least not yet. Wednesday afternoon local leaders found out the federal government is still weighing whether or not to more 600 undocumented immigrant teenage boys to JBLM.  There is no timeline for the ...

Two brush fires in 12 hours along I-5

Two brush fires within a 12-hour span caused traffic headaches along I-5 and sent firefighters across King County scrambling. The first happened near South 188th Street late Sunday night. The fire grew quickly, spreading north and south and up the bank into small trees. About 3 acres were burned. Fire crews ...

 
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