Tracy Taylor To Leave KIRO 7

With over 25 years at KIRO 7, KING 5 and KIRO FM, Tracy Taylor calls it quits April 30th.

Steve Oshin, former manager at THE WOLF KKWF 100.7, and THE MOUNTAIN KMTT 103.7 prior to that, died Sunday April 16th after a battle with cancer.

Author: Jason Remington

Creator, Admin, & Editor of PugetSound.Media, former broadcaster at KAMT/Tacoma, KRPM FM/Tacoma, KJUN/Puyallup, KASY/Auburn, KTAC AM/Tacoma, KBRD FM/Tacoma, KMTT FM/Tacoma, and KOOL FM/Phoenix. - Jason Remington Airchecks

35 thoughts on “Tracy Taylor To Leave KIRO 7

  1. Oh Tracy,
    My husband and I just love you, it won’t be the same without you at Kiro channel 7. My husband said we will watch another channel from now on.
    I am so sad you are leaving. We always looked forward to your cheerful, rapid fire traffic reports, even though we are both now retired. You have done a lot of great reporting over the years.
    We will miss you.

  2. Tracy Taylor, I will miss you terribly. You are, and always will be, the ray of sunshine in the day. A great reporter is hard to come by and you are one of the very best. Take care and best wishes to you and yours.

    1. Tracy Taylor is definitely a GREAT loss to the Kiro 7 news team. She always seemed down to earth and a real people person. I hope her leaving was a choice she made freely and not one she was forced to make. She is greatly missed. Wish her luck.

      1. Tracy is just one of a multitude of media people quitting the business over working conditions, pay or lack of work/life balance. As for work/life balance, when did that become a thing? The 80s? It wasn’t a problem in the 1950s when mom took care of the home and dad went to work. Things got out of hand. $$ greed, taxation, envy, dependence on credit, lifestyle, throw-away marriage, divorce, materialism.

  3. Switched to Kiro when you left king 5. Now that you’re gone switching channels again. Miss you

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