Washington, Governor Inslee, Dr Calvin Watts discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

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Plenty of rain around western washington today be ready for wet roadways both morning at evening temperatures are gonna top out in the low fifties as a away across our mountain passes plenty of snow will be up there to winter weather advisory for areas above thirty five hundred feet of white passing stevens pass we expect plenty of snow on komo news most of us seeing rain right now forty four degrees in downtown seattle komo news time eleven oh five a woman's body found in a redmond apartment complex last night and police are calling her death suspicious the woman lived at the redmond hill apartments with a man and the couple also had a roommate the roommate called police telling them he hadn't seen the couple for awhile and pass that they check on them lisa calling the woman's death suspicious but they haven't released any details about how she died they do say though that there is no danger to the public the roommate is fully cooperating with detectives frank lenzi komo news you can expect to see school protests today in kent not by the students but by the parents at school district headquarters nevertheless couple of days we've been talking to parents some of them making signs in preparation for what's ahead this morning many tell us they are upset by a plan to cut about sixty positions at the end of the current school year the school district says they're doing so to make up for lost revenue expected over the next two years now this is a surprise to many because the district rescinded a plan to cut one hundred and twentyseven jobs on friday after governor inslee signed a bill giving the district millions of dollars in additional money well many are now saying superintendent dr calvin watts should resign thousands are expected at the teacher's union meeting which is going to be later on today and as we've been talking to representatives they say they may authorize a strike some time this summer so the rally this morning again parents coming out to show their support starting at ten am at the district office so let's komo's lease stole a spokesperson for the district declining an interview tuesday but said a.

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