Seattle, Dr Kathy Wasserman, State Epidemiologist discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler


Cases here continued amount. There's encouraging news from the state health problem about the numbers of cases, hospitalizations and deaths. State epidemiologist Dr Kathy Wasserman talked with comas. Keith Eldridge, We're hoping that that plateau oing does continue into a decline. But the issue is that we've had a lengthening in the lad in reporting, so we don't know if that plateau ING is really a wagon report. Or it's a true Platt towing and then hopefully we're bending that curve back down. So what's the word for people, though that might say that is good news. So way, I would say, guardedly optimistic. We need to continue to mask up and keep that social distance. We remain in really good shape in Washington state for hospital capacity. I'm very pleased to say, I think The citizens of the state have been doing a good job of masking and staying distant from each other. And we have not seen the big surge like we're seeing another state. First, you heard state epidemiologist Dr Kathy Wasserman and the last voice You heard that's Kathy sour with the Washington State Hospital Association. A pair of Seattle homeowners just wantto bring their house built in 1915 up to code and make modest improvements, But the city says they had to pay $11,000 in permits. Thanks. Tow up zoning in Seattle couples, Eric Heintz, Andre and Erica Cherry bought the 650 square foot home in the Highland Park neighborhood in late 2018. They'd like to enclose the front porch and raise the roof to make the attic livable, all in a budget of less than $60,000. The Seattle Times supports the city reviewer said the renovation was substantial enough to qualify as new construction. According to his City ordinance passed in 2019 the Cherries would need to pay $11,000 to the city's low income housing fund if they wanted their permit. In addition to the regular permitting fees, the Cherries have since enlisted the national law firm to help them in their case. Eric I. It's common knew for the first time ever. Jeff Bezos will testify before Congress. The Amazon founder and chief executive faces questions tomorrow from the House Antitrust Committee, which will probe the power of the world's largest tech companies. Appearing with Bezos will be chief executives of Apple, Facebook and Google's parent alphabet. And elected official is making an impassioned plea for First Amendment rights, as she opposes turning over media footage to the police. We get the update from couples Corwin Take. Seattle City Council member Theresa Mosqueda is demanding that Seattle police stop seeking unpublished media images of black lives matter. Protestors. I can get his abhorrence that our city continues. To push for members of the press to hand over video and photos of people participating in their First Amendment rights. Last week, a King County Superior Court judge ordered several media outlets including co Moh news to comply with the subpoena and hand over unaired images from a May 30th. Black lives matter Protest. Mosqueda says journalists must remain separate from the government they cover. They're not actors of the government. They are not there on behalf of the police, and we're going to put at risk the lives of journalists. If we continue to go down this avenue, police hope the unpublished images will help them identify suspects who burned a police vehicle and stole police guns. Korwin. Hey HQ. Momo News. The L U is not happy with the way Seattle police handle this past weekend's protest, an online town hall with Seattle Mayor Jenny Dark, and the first question was about Officer response to chaos this weekend. With this demonstration clear that became a riot Nspd had to step in and engage the crowd and try to regain control. The view of Washington is asking a federal court Behold SPD and contempt for using pepper spray blast balls and other crowd control tools. They say they violate a court order barring the indiscriminate use of less lethal weapons. But a separate court ruling by a federal judge recently put a 14 day hold on that order passed by the City Council. In a statement, Mayor Jerkins office said she finds allegations of targeting retaliation of reporters or legal observers. Deeply troubling and chilling, and she's best under no circumstances will tolerate those actions by officers. That's cool, mostly stole commoners time. 11 40 time to check into the hottie Exterior Sports desk. The Meritus lost in Houston last night taking the Astros took three of four. Now It's Ana Anaheim for Seattle. Tonight is the open a three game series against the Angels. The Seattle storm of their second W. N B a game tonight facing the Minnesota Lynx in Bradenton, Florida, Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving Committing 1.5 $1,000,000 to supplement the income of WN BA players who choose not to play either because of Corona virus concerns or social justice. Reasons. We checked sports a 10 and £40 each hour traffic and weather is on the way. And then what? Can we expect them from? The just Adjourned. Fed meeting Greg McBride from bankrate dot com joins worked so hard for all the.

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