Jeff Swanson, Adrien De, Diaz discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

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97 7. Thanks for including coma news Even this early as part of your weekend. We appreciated I Mark Christopher Mike Cyber, our technical director. Let's get you caught up with the top stories from overnight from the coma. 24 7 News Center Saturday, Seattle police chief Adrian DS spoke out about the violent attacks on the Asian and Pacific Islander Community organizer say activism can't just be for show That people must take action Chief Dia's degrees. Please continue to report bias. Instances way will not allow this to occur. I will do everything in my power to uphold ensure that we hold people accountable. This level of hate, according to the National Coalition, Stop Ape I hates in the last 12 months, some 3795 self reports of anti hate incidents have been reported. Also Saturday, a group of protesters and downtown Seattle leaving messages behind for Seattle police. It was a small group of protesters, and at the end of it all one arrest was made. One message targeted chief Diaz himself. That message reads Adrien de as your next We did reach out to both Seattle police and a spokesperson for the chief for comment. We're still waiting to hear back As far as that arrest that was made. We're working to learn what that person was actually arrested for almost even a care in the teen is in critical condition after being shot in rented. It happened late Saturday afternoon in an area east of Rent and Technical College on Northeast third Court. No arrests so far but reading police tweeting. There's no additional threat to the public. They believe the male teen who was shot knows the shooter or Shooters involved some health experts warning of a possible fourth surgeon coronavirus cases as phase three rolls on here in our state. Since the phase took effect, some businesses are bouncing back. While others still struggling comes call. Miller went to what Seattle to get a status check on the situation. That unmistakable sound is starting to grow a little louder at West Seattle Bull We're cooped up. Couples and families are returning to the lanes well up taking business this week, and it seems like people are kind of getting out in about Jeff Swanson says the busiest time of the year,.

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