Raible joined KIRO 7 in 1982, following a six-year career as a wide receiver with the Seattle Seahawks.
In his 35-year television career, Raible has been consistently recognized for his excellence in broadcasting, including five Regional Emmy Awards – two for Best Anchor – to go along with several National awards.
Raible has reported stories from Tokyo to Moscow and has covered Olympic Games and presidential campaigns.
A member of the Seattle Seahawks radio broadcast team through four decades, he took over the play-by-play duties and formed a new team alongside Warren Moon in 2004.
In the same year, he became a published co-author with his book, Steve Raible’s Tales from the Seahawks Sidelines.
For his work as a journalist and philanthropist, in 2005 former Governor Christine Gregoire proclaimed May 4 as Steve Raible Day in the state of Washington.