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Early morning Seattle fires in 2 locations, no injuries reported
"Fire overnight South Seattle of working on a fire in a new construction site of broke out in a six story building around three this morning, a 23rd Avenue South and South Plum Street once they were there, the fire but no department of created in response to two alarms. In no time They had everything under control. No injuries reported 90. Minutes later, another fire broke out of the building on Seattle's Capitol Hill. This one was on Bellevue Avenue East on about the 300 block. Uh, we're working on hot spots to the early morning hours and again investigation on both as to what the cause
Hundreds gather for weekend rallies in Seattle area's Bellevue to stop Asian hate
"Nearly 1000 people gathered last night in Bellevue to denounce Asian hate and racism and also honor the lives of the women killed in Atlanta Comas Co. Miller reports You could hear the pain in the voices of those speakers and feel the power that their words carried. This is a community that says it will no longer stay silent in the face of these attacks. Calling on federal, state and local leaders to doom or to keep them safe. And those three words stop Asian hate the premise of this rally Saturday night in Bellevue, where hundreds if not close to 1000, people showed up to stand up in solidarity with their Asian American neighbors, both young and old. We have to stand strong and loud against the goal. Arms of hatred with reported hate crimes and attacks on the rise. One national study reports that three out of 10 Asian Americans have experienced racial slurs or jokes since the pandemic started.
Seattle Superintendent of Schools Denise Juneau to resign earlier than planned
"Announced last December. She intended to leave her job by June of 2021. She had a strained relationship with the school board over her handling of the Corona virus pandemic. Now, Juno says she will leave by May 1st to ease the transition to interim successor. Brent Jones and the Bellevue Arts Museums Board of trustees has accepted the
Rally and candle light vigil in Seattle to condemn Atlanta fatal shootings of Asian American women
"Is planned in Bellevue tonight to condemn the horrific shootings of mostly Asian women in Atlanta and draw attention to the increasing violence against this group. The United Chinese Americans of Washington, along with other Asian American Pacific Islander organizations, will meet at 5 30 at Bellevue Park. The goal is to remember the Georgia victims and raise the community's awareness of racism and hate violence. Group will feature political community leaders and young students as well. More
After 10 years of war, 'heart breaking to see suffering of Syrians
"Joining you and uses mr had regional humanitarian coordinator for the syria crisis. Welcome mr head. We meet on the tenth anniversary of the syrian war. Describe what the un is doing for. Ordinary syrians are still code up in this war. Although it's no fault of their own thank you very much. thank you for having. It's unfortunate that after ten years. They knotted nations still having to provide humanitarian assistance to millions of people in in syria between displaced people between bellevue. Jeez between people who lost livelihoods. It's very unfortunate. I myself was a country that in syria before the crisis started and i never imagined that after ten years of conflict i will still be working as a humanitarian worker. Providing aid to the to the people syria who has been affected affected by ovulation. This year we estimate that approximately more than thirteen point seven million people who are who would be in need of humanitarian assistance. And he had. I mean the variety of the human humanitarian assistance is assistance is like you need the entire dropdown menu of humanitarian humanitarian assistance. For those people inside syria we are the suffering of the people women children and that it's really hard at the heartbreaking for somebody who works in the humanitarian field but also for somebody who worked in syria and syria before the conflict started. Let alone for somebody who comes from the region. It's really heartbreaking to see the situation in syria and how this country now the people of this country the syrian people are facing oldest challenges and built situations mr. Do what can concerned people listening to this interview to help you. End until the people of syria to survive the ongoing conflict until some political fountain. Fighting as you like you said what is needed now is a ticket solution. And let's be clear about the end of the crisis is what everybody wants. Not only in syria but in the region and entire world people can make a difference. Everybody can make a difference. There are two types of interventions people can do first of all. We need to make sure that politicians apply pressure politicians who have influenced countries who have influenced governments influence apply pressure on all warring parties in in syrian factions to make sure that they put their weapons aside and sit on a table. Starting talking about t start talking about the best interest of the people. It's time to put the interest of the people before any other interest. What is more important now is. The people is the future of the syrian people and the future of syria as as a country. In addition to that of course until solution is found there is no alternative to that humanitarian support to the people as i said. Millions and millions of syrian people need need different type of protection and a lot of The platforms lot of ways to donate money. So the world food program to unisom f- Other other agencies ngos that is this is the time really to stand by the syrian people to show them that. It's not only the not alone in this in this world. That are not alone. This conflict there are people who care that. Our common values between the people in syria and people in the states that people in europe japan australia and africa and all continents. This is very important to make. Sure that the syrian people are supported with Through this
Seattle-area women's shelter finds permanent location after moving three times
"Of its kind on the East side is now well settled into their new facility, but not before moving the shelter three times during the pandemic. ELISA Tin ski director of Bellevue's the Sophie away Says they started in a synagogue, moved to a church and then moved more than 100 women to a hotel after the county told them they weren't distanced enough talk about having to be flexible, and this is all going on. When there's no place else for women to go. Our libraries were closed or coffee shops are closed, and there's nothing. It was traumatic for everyone. Shootin ski says now that the final move to the new Kirkland shelters long since over, they can focus on things like bringing vaccines into their shelters. She says the Johnson and Johnson single shots would be ideal, if only because so many people come and go from the shelters. Man's under arrest following a
Seattle's weather: Sunny, warm all the way into the weekend
"What a glorious afternoon we have going into the weekend. A closer look at the CO Moh forecast now and here's Abby. A Cockney happy Friday. Hope You have some fun weekend plans and maximizing our beautiful weather both today and tomorrow for the rest of your Friday. We're going to the mixture of sunshine and clouds. Those high level clouds from time to time creating that filtered sunshine effect. Items ranging in the mid upper fifties. This is certainly several degrees above average light winds, blue skies, dry conditions perfect for getting outside. Now, overnight temps become quite chilly. We're dropping to the low to mid thirties. Can't rule out some pockets of freezing fog early Saturday, warming to 60 tomorrow in Seattle. I'm meteorologist Abby a county the couple weather center downtown Seattle 55 degrees to come a 57 Bellevue and every both at
Samsung Launches 980 NVMe SSD that Combines Speed and Affordability
"Samsung announced a follow up to its nine. Seventy yvo solid state drive called the nine eighty the drive is an m v m e. m two three point drive and cost between fifty dollars for the two hundred fifty two hundred gigabyte model to one hundred and thirty dollars for the one terabyte version. This is samsung's i d ram less. Mvm e ssd it takes advantage of the host memory buffer feature in the n. m. e. specification instead which also brings the price down. Samsung says the nine hundred can achieve speeds of up to six times that of a saudi-based s. Cbs news reports. The twitter is suing texas attorney general. Ken paxton in federal court following an investigation. The attorney general launched into twitter after it banned former president trump twitter alleges the attorney general is violating the first amendment by trying to punish the social network for exercising free speech rights over the content hosts. Criollo is ten years old and in celebration. Google announced new tools coming to the platform. A feature called phone hub. Will you find an android phone from a chrome os device together with one. Click and check. Your phone's battery. Life wifi sink. Lets you automatically connect to wi fi networks that your android phone. It's nearby share. Lets you easily share. Files between chrome os in android devices without needing an internet connection. Cremona screen reader is getting improved controls and clipboard can now store up to five things apple released. Ios fourteen four dot one an important security update to address a web. Kit vulnerability update aims to prevent code execution in safari and third party browser. So go do that right away. Apple also released a preliminary update from its women's health study team at harvard chan school of public health. The study of ten thousand participants in the research found that menstrual cycle symptoms included some that are less commonly known or disgust such as gastric issues and sleep changes. This kind of data can help. Researchers better understand various health conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome infertility and menopause amazon is expanding its amazon one technology which lets customers pay inside a store by scanning their palms to identify themselves expanding to more stores in the greater seattle area. It's now available. In amazon. Forced star store in lynwood and in the coming weeks and amazon books store and bellevue. And it's forced our and pop up stores in south lake. Union amazon says twelve of its physical stores will soon feature the technology will give you a dollar if you take a picture of yourself with palm pilot trying to use it to log in at one of those games all right. Let's a little more about what's going on with the european union. Your opinion union has pledged more than one hundred fifty billion dollars to develop next-generation tech industries as part of its two trillion economic recovery package. The plan sets goal for europe to produce at least twenty percent of the world's semiconductors by value to twenty by value by twenty thirty. So got a little under ten years to double it. Last year produced ten percents. The biggest european chip companies are infineon and an x. P. which make chips for automotive and industrial customers a snl in the netherlands makes equipment used for chip-making plants taiwan in the us or leaders in the space but companies like tsmc and intel europe has had success encouraging domestic industry before with airbus gsm technology but domestic tech self reliance is becoming a trend last month. The us launched a review of supply chain disruptions with references to encourage domestic production china built chip-making self reliance into its latest five-year plan as well
Facebook to become first major tech company to bring Seattle workers back to offices
"Facebook is one of the first big tech companies to announce a plan to bring a small number of workers back to their offices in Seattle, Bellevue and Redmond. The company says its reopening office space a 10% capacity for workers who are struggling to work from home. Other employees can continue to work remotely. Through July, 2nd. Facebook was the first tech company to close its U. S offices
Homeless encampment to set up behind Bellevue temple in Seattle area next month
"Homeless encampments. Bellevue is getting ready to host one next month more from co most Jonathan Show. This is the well manicured lawn behind Temple, but NATO or on the Crossroads neighborhood. We do this because it's our mission starting next month. The temple is paying $3000 for a fem thing, Rabbi Sydney Danziger says up to 40 homeless men and women will be allowed to set up right here. These are just Good working folks who are looking for a stopgap. This will be the latest stop for 10 City for an encampment that moves around from one community to another. This time around the Jewish Temple, the city of Bellevue and homeless advocacy group share wheels are partnering to make this happen. We have a code of conduct we go by. We can't camp approvals that we enforce. Organizers say there will be regular covert testing, strict security idea and background checks, No drugs or any type of illegal activity will be tolerated. And Bellevue PD says the encampment doesn't necessarily attract more crime. But even with the assurances, the possibility is there and I would like to see it. Tightened up some neighbors like Karen Morrison Chandler Dang still have concerns. I like the city, too. Do a better job informing us. The city says it's working on that with mailers and updates to its Web site. It's not a perfect science, but they keep trying to let people know And there's actually already an ordinance allowing this arrangement, But it's been nearly five years since 10 City for use the Temple's lawn. Rabbi Danziger hopes others get more involved. I hope that more and more faith based organizations start using the rights that they have to host these tent encampments on their land for Bellevue Jobs and Shoko Monix. In the first case of its
Mariners top prospect Jarred Kelenic accuses team of doing exactly what ousted president said it would
"Public with his frustrations, fears. Cuomo's Bill Swartz, Jared Kalinic, and his agent believed the 21 year old outfielder has been kept off the Mariners Major league roster because of his refusal to accept a long term deal from the franchise. Both men told USA Today they believe Kalinic is being punished, especially after comments were made by former EMS team president Kevin Mother in a Bellevue Rotary Club speech. But Seattle GM Jerry DiPoto insist Kalinic will get a call up when he's ready for the majors. Jared Kalinic, his plane, I said this publicly played 21 games. Above able is 21 years old. He's already on an accelerated path. And whether we did or did not offer him a contract was a relevant to his development. Meanwhile, the full Mariner squad hit the practice field in Arizona today in a career filled with
Seattle Mariners president resigns after making disparaging comments about players
"An apology. Mariners team president Kevin Mather has resigned. It's fall. Not over remarks he made to the Bellevue Rotary Club. M's chairman, John Stanton, will serve as interim president and CEO until Mathers. Replacement is name.
Kevin Mather Resigns as Mariners President
"Mariners are in damage control after controversial comments from there now former team president it was pitchers and catchers only last week. Today, it's the full boat load due in Peoria, Arizona off the field. Seattle Mariners owner John Stanton issued a statement saying Team president and CEO Kevin Mather has resigned, effective immediately. Stanton will take on the jobs until a successor is found. Mather is issued a public apology for remarks he made during a Bellevue Rotary Club zoom speech. He revealed the team's strategy for prospects during the 2020 shortened season, saying the Mariners didn't want to waste a year, calling up young players like Jared Kalinic, who had turned down a long term contract offer. Hello Nick a few weeks ago, said he's not sure when the ends will give him a shot in the majors. You know if you were to ask me last year if I felt that I was ready to be in the big leagues have been told yes, but, however, told you that was ready to years ago so mad. They're also questioned the need to pay for interpreters for some Latin and Japanese players who speak English.
Seattle Mariners CEO Kevin Mather under fire for comments, releases statement
"Go badly for that team. Generally it does otherwise. That would not be talking about that team. Because they never do anything right. They never do anything good. So if I'm talking about the Mariners, and I'm talking about their president and their CEO, Kevin Mather. He probably did something really stupid. And then he and they are probably about to get wrecked for it. And if I'm talking about the president and the CEO, talking to the Bellevue Breakfast, Rotary Club It's gonna go horribly for everybody, and that's pretty much the result of him running his yap to the Rotarians earlier this month. You see, he was speaking to the breakfast Rotary Club on February 5th. Those comments became public yesterday and immediately went viral. So why is that? It's because, he said, the quiet part out loud and said so on pretty much every single topic imaginable. Like you know, the speech to the Rotary Club where nobody ever says anything noteworthy? You know what's an all timer when you've got a guy like that, having to issue a statement, which includes the following line, and I quote I've been on the phone most of the day today, apologizing to the many people I have insulted, hurt or disappointed in speaking at a recent online event. Unquote at a boy Ste. Hot champ. How the hell could anything that happens at the Rotary Club go so horribly that you have to spend a day apologizing to all the people they even salted and hurt or disappointed. I mean, how dumb would you have to be? How bad would that speech have to be to warrant an apology like that? A statement like that from the CEO of an MLB team answer. Really, really dumb. And a really horrible speech. The hell was this guy thinking anyway? Clearly he wasn't my man's mouth was simply on autopilot. Check out what he said about that stuff about the fact that he admitted there was no way that he was going to call it their top prospects last season. Not because they weren't good enough, but because the team wanted to manipulate this service time if our major league team had had a Cupid outbreak. Or, you know injuries and we had to call people up from the taxi squad. We were a little short on players because there was no chance you were going to see these young players at T Mobile part. We weren't going to put him on the 40 man roster. We weren't going to start the service time clock. There were all kinds of reasons that if we would have had injury problems or a covert outbreak You might have seen my big tummy out there in left field. You would not have seen our young players are prospects playing in T Mobile Park. Check this dude out. I'm gonna gloss over the fact that a grown ass man An adult just used the phrase my big tummy. In public. I mean, normally, that'd be one of the more offensive things in a speech like that doesn't even crack the top 10 here. Honestly, the fact that he's openly admitting to being happy to putting a lesser version of his own team on the field in order to manipulate service time isn't even the most egregious a fence from this dope. I mean, we already know that goes on. We already know that a bunch of major league teams do that. But this moron is the only one admitting it in public and going on record with it. Except he wasn't done. He had more. Like saying that Kyle Seager is quote overpaid and that this would be his last year with the team. Like that's cool. I guess I'm not saying the Seeker has been lighting the world on fire. But maybe you don't hop on a zoom call with the Bellevue Rotary Club and put one of your key players on blast like that. And he wasn't done not by a long shot because he had some thoughts that he wanted to get off his chest about the second ranked prospect in the organization, Julio Rodriguez. Julio Rodriguez has got a personality bigger than all of you combined. He is he is loud he is his English is not tremendous. Good Take, bro. Good. Take Got a huge personality bigger than all of you. But his English is not tremendous. Yeah, I'm sure that's not the first time you've said that and I guarantee it won't be the last. But first he had more than you want to say about Rodriguez, because why merely irritate Why merely irritate one of your best prospects when you can go in on him and really piss him off. Everybody, says 2021. He won't be here till 2022 or 2023. Fantastic kid. Really big on social media. He loves toe. Get out in front. He loves the Mariners. That's a tremendous approach. Right? Everybody says we'll be calling this guy this year. The hell we will maybe next year. And you know what? Maybe even the year after that. Make sure we keep on sucking before he gets here. Why bring him up? You might help us. I love that he chases that with quote. Ah, fantastic kid. Really big on social
Mariners CEO apologizes after disparaging comments surface
"Come Oh news, Seattle Mariners CEO and Team President Kevin Mather has apologized for comments made during a recent online event in which he expressed opinions about organizational strategy, personnel moves and club finances. Mather Speech included, among other things, comments on Mariners prospect Julio Rodriguez Rodriguez has got a personality bigger than all of you combined. He is He is loud. He is his English is not tremendous. He will probably be here in 20. Everybody, says 2021. He won't be here till 2022 or 2023 Fantastic kid. His comments came in a speech to the Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club in February. They're posted online over the weekend. You should've statement that said in part quote. I want to apologize to every member of the Seattle Mariners organization, especially our players, and to our fans. There is no excuse for my behavior and I take full responsibility for my terrible lapse in judgment. The Mariners are expected to release a
Mariners president Mather apologizes for remarks
"Mariners President Kevin Ma Ther, um, has had to apologize Sunday night after wide ranging comments he made two Rotary Club surfaced earlier this month and He says he wants apologized every member of the organization. But in his remarks the CEO of the Mariners I mean, it's unbelievable, said this about former Mariners pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma, who was hired this past January as a coach with the club and about his need for translators and in his English skills is what he said to the Rotary Club in Bellevue. Washington, For instance, we just rehired Iwakuma. It was a picture for us. Wonderful human being his English was terrible. Mother said. He wants to get back into the game. He came to us. We quite frankly want him as a scout interpreter, Blah blah. Here, he's here says I'm going to say I'm tired of paying his interpreter when he was a player. We pay you a coma X, but it also have to pay 75,000 year. Have an interpreter with him. His English suddenly got better is English. Got better when we told him that I mean, really The CEO of a major League sports franchise, and you're gonna complain about paying and an interpreter 75 grand. Are you kidding me? And this is what he had to say about Mariners prospect. Who? Your Rodriguez, who's the number nine overall prospect in baseball, according to ESPN. Who your Rodriguez has a bigger personality and all of you combined. He's loud. His English is not tremendous. What? And by the way, this is the same guy. Mariners CEO who had to workplace complaints filed against him by female employees who left the team and he gets promoted to CEO and president. So I mean, come on, man.
Seattle Weather: Cloudy with light rain
"Moh meteorologist Kristen Clarity clouds are increasing in. The showers have already begun no longer Pacific Coast beaches, but it's gonna take some time to get that moisture into Puget Sound because we have an easterly wind that's developing descending the Cascades, warming and drying out the air. But eventually we will see some light rain develop across parts of the lowlands and at times maybe some snow or expecting very little of any accumulation. Primarily. It's the hood Canal Region. Highway one, the one that may see a slushy 1 to 2 inches by daybreak Wednesday, and the couple weather center meteorologist Kristen Clarke, Bellevue Temperature 43. Same into coma. Downtown Everett 45. Seattle temperature 43 degrees. You're in the middle of 20 Minutes of nonstop news on coma with 306.
How To Spot a Dr. Death
"One thing. That's clear from both seasons of doctor. Deb is that doctors wield enormous power in our medical system and with a lot of autonomy. When they're in the room with patients their judgment is rarely questioned. Dr dench in season. One and dr fata in season two both took advantage of that dynamic in their own twisted ways. We know it can be heroin to listen to these series win at some point where i likely to be patience so today to understand and hopefully restore some faith in the medical system. I'm talking with dr danielle ofri. She's a physician at bellevue hospital in new york city. Numerous books on the doctor patient relationship most recently when we do harm a doctor confronts medical error doctor over. Thank you so much for talking with me. Today thank you. It's a pleasure to be here. So i'm going to start with question that i get a lot. Should we be afraid of our doctors. No i wouldn't be afraid of doctors. I think that most doctors and most nurses are there to help you and to take care of you. And that's why they went into the profession so afraid who's would be the wrong word. I would still be careful and question and have a high index of suspicion for anything. That's recommended but but fear i think is not going to be very helpful so in your book when we do harm you talk about how doctors have these near misses. Can you tell me about that like that sinking feeling when you realize that you did something wrong. That remorse is something that a good doctor is supposed to feel at or just average doctor even have to be good. You just have to be a human being for goodness sakes but when i was a second year resident. I was on call with my intern. You busy busy night. And i got a late. Admission of altered mental status in an elderly patient basically so in a nursing home. We'll looks a bit more defended today. Let's admit the patient and i got the report. The patients totally stable labs fine radiology fi just eats to get back to the nursing home bed so i quickly turf the patient to another service. We had this kind of holding service for patients who are just waiting for no home services or nursing home bed or physical therapy so quickly. A- pressured the doctor to take this patient to her service patients totally stable labs fine radiology find yada yada. Yada take the patient and she did by internet. I we high five we race back to the for next. You know febrile patient. And i learned the next day that the patient actually was bleeding into their brain and that's why they're mental status was altered but i missed it and i missed it because i look at the cat scan myself as i knew i should have. Somebody said radiology find. And i just took it on on faith and i was devastated. Absolutely floored now. The patient in fact didn't suffer any harm because someone else so. The cat scan called neurosurgery. The patient was whisked at right to the. Or had the bleed train in fact. The patient's care wasn't impacted at all by my error. So we classify that as a near miss but i still made the error. Had i discharge the patient home. They they could have been dead. So how did that near miss make you feel. I was so devastated. That i didn't tell anyone. I didn't tell my intern. It didn't tell my supervising attending an shores held. Did not tell the patient or their family could not imagine a more horrible fate to drag my sorry soul to the patient's bedside and say almost killed you and i didn't talk about it for twenty years. That's how awful it was. I couldn't write about it. Grapple with it. And i'm sure that i committed many errors in the weeks that followed because my brain was in a fog. I soul was in a fog. So i'm sure i missed mini things and committed more errors. I was ready to quit two years out of medical school. And i look back now is more season physician. And i. i can empathize with my younger self. I didn't really understand medical error. I just knew that. I was a failure that i had just made a medical error but i was a medical error and i was a danger to patients and i recognize that i was overworked. I was assistant. Didn't have room for correction of errors but also didn't allow me to talk about the error. And i missed a an educational opportunity for learning about that. I miss the chance to help the patient grapple with that all of these things because the emotions were so devastating. And
"bellevue" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight
"We've added Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday the day. We don't do it as Sunday in its from ten am to ten PM. And the thing about it is very covid nineteen. responsible because instead of having all the people drinking in a tight little spot in a bar. People are spread out from one end of Fairfield Avenue to the other. Because our district we have made it to include from all the way from the dateline to the Newport line, all of route eight, which is Fairfield Avenue, and so all the businesses that front fairfield avenue new or have that address are eligible to sell drinks in our proof cup and people can walk around and drink them as long as they buy them in that cup, it's made to be walked up and down the district. And it. Turned our shopping experience so much more enjoyable. Because now, the men loved to shop. Before this it was mostly a lot of women going into the shops, but now the men come with them Aken ever drink in, stand out on the sidewalk and wait for them to come back out, so it's really up Dr Game. When we announce this last year, we had four television stations. Come over and make shows about it, and we had about twelve different print and. things on the Internet. Come in and do do stories about us. It just seems so popular, and so everybody loves it. The media loves it that people love it and all the Bellevue shopkeepers love it. That's great. Yeah, in anything that can kind of bring more more foot traffic narron in. It sounds like it appeals to everyone especially get into the summer months. I can see that really Teknaf more and. That's a great point about Kobe to that. You know you allow people to be more spread out there, so they don't have to collect so much. that's great news and I look forward to to journey into the bed myself hopefully within the next couple of weeks. I think that's all the questions I had today for you. Mayor, thank you so much for joining us at tongue us more about the great city of Bellevue. Thank you for inviting me this? This is really nice that you go out and see what what little cities need or want and how they're thinking. Because that way, you can better make decisions on how you can help us if you know what we're thinking, so this is good for everybody. Yeah Long. We're great. We're glad we help and Let us know if there's anything particular with the business community that we can do to to be there for the city's. Ranking on Google search maps is easy to understand. But hard to do..
"bellevue" Discussed on KOMO
"Peaceful scene earlier as Bellevue police chief Steve my lead melts with protesters and addressed to them directly and I'm telling you we condemn what happened in Minneapolis we condemn every single time told komo news afterward he felt heard but not everyone who came to Bellevue was there to listen he says some attacked the police officers you know what's been thrown out I got hit myself you know it is wrong bill view square is closed today for clean up volunteers gather this morning at Bellevue park for a general downtown cleanup in downtown Bellevue Corwin hate komo news coming up after we check traffic and weather destruction and looting across the south sound I'm Carlene Johnson with details good news and bad news when it comes to covert nineteen here in Washington I'm Frank lends it with the latest numbers published time eight oh four traffic updates every ten minutes for him then you're scared Jordan we have a handful of issues right now we've been working with a stall in Bellevue south bound for a five just past five twenty last seen blocking the right lane causing slowing in that area and a new crash northbound four oh five eight state route one six nine that's partially blocking the HOV lane we've been seeing traffic sort of slow and go travelling between Talbot and northeast thirty eighth we've been working with the motorcycle crash in totem lake partially blocking a ramp from a hundred and twenty fourth two southbound four oh five and north of Paul's Bo pioneer way that's currently blocked between highway three and twelve trees lane due to a tree that's fallen down across the roadway took down some power lines with it our next couple traffic at eight fourteen the call will equal roof forecast with meteorologist Kristen Clark today is the start of meteorological summer yes that encompasses the months of June July and August.
"bellevue" Discussed on KOMO
"Things changed again and here in Bellevue this crowd peaceful at the moment but earlier in the day a small group decided to have their way with a number of businesses in downtown Bellevue looting stores smashing storefronts and now we have seen our first fire Michelle let's go back to Seattle where couples map market which is going all in this situation Madison and do you see demonstrators gather in the crowd surrounded by the officers some of these branch off groups going in different directions trying to figure out a different area to go and they keep coming back what we see now about a cheer just seconds ago and the police officers told the crowd something that wasn't really over there but now the police officers are all getting in their cars to be moving and leaving I don't know if that means they're gonna let the crowd March to another location a lot of people have said that if they lead a March the they may of March home by now we just heard about three four minutes ago a second warning that the curfew is in effect and that they've been ordered to disperse according to the mayor so that was forty when out in through a loudspeaker to everybody but as you can see we could hear the cheers and that officers are now moving I saw the incident commander moves that points are pointing everybody to the north and not sure where they're going to let the crowd move so we're going to just watch what happens here as these officers all the parties sitting but this is the routine they get in these bands you can watch it we see from there for these black or blue vans that moves the officers around so they have officers in the times that don't have the bikes we get into these vans will get out of the way yeah the other way the unit in the vans and then being redeployed to another area so we're just watching it in a way what you're watching with me which way they're going to go and officers are going on in various different directions and they're heading several my heading south here is excuse me west dash toward downtown the way the cameras looking right now the firm can I think you're right I I I noticed a cluster of people that are standing on the street corner are they are they were they originally part of that group that you're seeing there or they just so this is the commander is over here is the yes March this and you can see what's happening in the end don't know why the decision was allowed into March that way but we're gonna find out and we don't know where they're going to find out for you in just a few minutes we will see in fact maybe we will just while follow you for a moment ago tell me we talk with organizers and we really want to go back a lot of this is what we're trying to work with them to exercise your first okay great thank you very much Sir there you have it now you know why is the man in charge they're going to March down the Westlake and then we'll see what happens after that they actually disperse from there may be an indication that that people want to have a home with their cars are down there and they're calling them to go down perhaps that's what's happening we do have that problem out west lake right now and he is gathering some information about this as well Nick what do you know yeah Michelle we just over heard from the National Guard as they were communicating with each other that the plan is to try to make sure that these demonstrators do not get closer to the Westlake area such agree these blockades and keep them away from the weather that's toward where Matt and Jonathan had been in the Capitol Hill area closer toward that direction.
"bellevue" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The corner Bellevue square will soon reopen to the public I'm Lisa Brooks with Jim Melby from the Bellevue collection Jim will retail at the collection open soon where we were taking our cues from the governor and other political leadership and hope to announce something soon in the meantime we've been working hard to respond to the new requirements and prepare to welcome our guest back also our top priority is always safety in addition to the standard protocols people expect we've added a certified hygienist to our team we're adding ultraviolet lighting to our air conditioning systems about the square or increasing the supply of outside pressure were using hospital grade sanitizers on high touch surfaces and we've added a bunch of new members to our cleaning team that sounds like quite an undertaking yeah well this is family business that has been for seventy five years and nobody wants a cleaner and safer than we do our employees we wearing masks and will recommend that our customers were mass as well thanks Jim find more at W. collection dot com I'm Lisa Brooks do you dread dealing with insurance do you find it complicated and confusing or maybe you've just been with same agent and carrier for so long you just assume they're doing right by you but how do you really know you're getting the best coverage the proper coverage for the very best price well you take first mark challenge first mark will take the time to discuss your unique needs fully analyze your current coverage making sure you aren't overpaying for the wrong coverage that leaves you at risk for significant financial loss and then first mark carefully searches the market dozens of major carriers to find you the best fit and that's it no more stress or confusion first work knows how confusing the world of insurance can be which is why their team has spent thirty years helping thousands of families successfully manage this process do my wife and I did take first what challenge it's free we saved over four hundred Bucks.
"bellevue" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint
"On the podcast. We have the opportunity to talk to an end. A head women's golf coach by the name of Shelley Liddick. She's the head golf coach of Bellevue University in Nebraska. And what's a spit off? A few things that shelley has down with her career real quick before. I give her a chance to ensure herself she was a two time. Lpga national coach of the year. She's led the Bruins to an incredible success where they've claim six straight conference tournament championships and she has led the team to thirty nine titles in her first eight seasons there. She's worked with eleven. All Americans five conference golfers of the year and she is an incredible coach if that resume didn't speak enough to that on top of all that stuff. She's also coached golf schools. Not just in the states but overseas so this coach right here does just about everything and we met now the PGA show and she was a part of the condo show. You probably heard her in that little snippet there and she brought to me that she has some things that she wants to talk about with the benefits. Na I and I said absolutely let's do this and so ladies and gentlemen without further Ado Miss Shelly Lick Shelley. How did you get involved with the game of golf? What was your story? Well first of all. Thanks for having me on that really appreciated and Gosh It all sounds so funny when he kinda read all that stuff. I've done and I've either Had An ECLECTIC career. I'm really old. I WanNa go with your impressively impressive man. Oh well so I kinda got started My Dad played golf and I went to the range with him occasionally but I I didn't go. I was just kind of drug because I think my mom said he had to Babysit that particular evening. And so I. I really didn't really pay attention. And I would just play in his golf bag or counties or something And so when I was in sixth grade We moved from Lincoln. Nebraska to small town called a Tamoil Iowa. My Dad got a job transfer and so we joined the country club. There and I was a swimmer and a diver and play just about every sport growing up so I was just on my way to the swimming pool at the country club. And I saw all these kids lined up two point gall and it was just like an epiphany thing and I remember thinking in my little brain. Why didn't know kids could actually play golf so I went out today? I know and So then when my dad got home from work that night I said Hey I want to play golf and he goes. He's really so about a week later. He came home with Saddam. I thought of Sam snead juniors. I think there were like five clothes in the bag. And so we're not to the club the next day and just started beating balls and That was it. I mean that's about all it took for me to get hooked and as I got involved in the junior program at our club I is this kind of another those Deep feelings and I want to do this forever. And so basically I have awesome. It's usually it's usually for a lot of people in our shoes A family member that kind of is that catalyst that gets us into the game and But what's funny is at eye opener that you had when you change facilities since all the other little kids running around all of a sudden it was like a light bulb went off. That's that's kind of a unique situation. And so what was it like growing up playing like what was What was your junior golf career? Like what was some of your successes? And you went on to play at the University of Alabama Birmingham so UAB for people around here know that very well. That happened well So I was very fortunate. We had a really good junior program at our club As a matter of fact Tuesday mornings was junior day so we had our own. You know time from seven to noon and nobody else was allowed on the course so that was pretty unique situation growing up and we had a lot of really great kids. Come Out of our club and go on and play. College Golf So as fortunate to have that and then when I was in high school There were two girls who same grade and we're all really good and we just. We pushed each other all through high school. And fortunately we had other really good players on the team and we won state our junior and senior year. We set the record. Our junior year for the low team score I think we broke the record by like thirty strokes or something. It was something crazy and then the next year our senior year we broke our own record by twenty shot. So all three of yeah. We're pretty strong and One of the girls went onto play University of Kansas The other girl went I would stay and then of course I went to. Uab And the funny thing is like I never really had any lessons. I was just Just I don't know like street smart. I guess or just Kinda was athletic announcement. I didn't have a pretty swing through high school. I mean it was like and it was a homemade John. Daly swing and I just didn't hit it as far And so it's so when I look back. I think I kind of amazed that you know just how things happen. Just at the right place at the right time and Know the coach at Uab found out about me. And I found out about the program and it was just a match and I mean my ultimate dream was to be it was to play golf for the University of Nebraska. I'm a big husker. Her sorry evolve. Hurt anybody's feelings on here. Just a conference. You're okay but you know just things happen the way they're supposed to happen and You know and I ended up getting a full ride. Uab and And was just ended up being a great decision and through that journey Just met lots. Lots of people. That really SORTA fostered my beginning of my golf career. Well that's I was going to be there question. Had when you brought the fact that you're kind of a homemade swinger who is some of your influences when you're growing up like who's you look up to. What was you know? What kind of motivated from that? Census typically like you know kids are looking up to a tour player or their coach. Or maybe it's their dad. Who are some of the people that influenced you as you were growing up game? Well so the first people who really influenced me were some of the older kids at our club who were good players And it was just a really unique culture and even you know high school boys with like encourage the younger kids and take take him out and play through your six holes just the way. The Golf Course was configured. You could go out and play three or six or nine which is makes it great for junior Goll So just kind of having those high school kids as mentors was was probably the first big influence and then now I'm GonNa date myself Because we would always pretend. We were two players the the three girls from high school that I talked about and So you know Nancy. Lopez and Laura Davies and Sally little and you know people like that from the early eighties Where my as far as women were Mike? My huge idol and Tom Watson was always one of my favorites throwing up. That was my wife's favorite time Watson. Yeah now it is interesting that the you know the junior programs. I find that are like you talked about that. You had a really great junior program. The juniper has finally do the best. Do exactly what you just talked about. Where the elder statesmen? But the older kids are willing to hang around. Motivate others encourage. And they're not like Michael say elitist but they're not gonna sit there and think they're better than you because they shoot lower scores or whatever but they're willing to help bring up the generations behind him and when that kind of a culture gets created. It's almost impossible to break because once the ball starts rolling like every kid wants to fall in behind that I think unique that you had that Grown up and as far as I know I don't think anybody was making the those older people mentor. Because I did it once I got into high school as well It just Kinda happened Ganley and you know as a result like I said there were tons of kids who came out of that club and played college golf right right and that's always a motivator in itself right is like once like two or three kids go off and play. I school then. The kids behind them looked at them. Like wow wasn't far from them. I could do that. And it is kind of leads into the next phase of evolution in the game and so it reminds me go. Read the book The talent code. Oh yeah yeah around coil in. Yeah so in that book. He talks about a hotbed of talent. And that's essentially what our country club was drawn up. Was that hotbed of talent. Well that's right right so he talks about like Brazilian soccer players in Russian tennis players and Kenyan Asian. Yeah absolutely and so it's it. It's funny how it happens and I've taught a few coaches to that you know. They're in small-time communities small towns and being a have a bunch of money but all of a sudden talent just kinda shows up out of there because whether it be work ethic or driver you know whatever it just goes on. The sports sometimes gets a knock that you gotta have money to be good at it and it's not necessarily the case If you can show Dr Show Work Ethic and and put your heart mind into it you can absolutely go play toward off. You know you don't have to have the bankroll's of some crazy junior golfers that are playing national circuit every week. But how did this is what happened? How did it evolve after you finish your collegiate career? Uab and in what you know. What was your next steps after that? Well so you know through being in Birmingham And you know I just had a fantastic coach. Just still think about here. Her almost daily in her influence on me So through her and that some people in the community and developed relationships and so when I finished playing my career UAB I turned professional. So I had a couple of sponsors in Birmingham that helped me sort of realize that dream So I was able to play the mini tour For a couple of years It was the futures tour back. Then which is symmetric tour It was a whole lot easier to get on back then but it was a great experience. And so I played the futures tour and The central Florida challenge tour. So let me ask you a question I kind of skipped it. What was it like going from Nebraska or Iowa I guess to always down into the boonies of Alabama. How satellite for you. The first six weeks was quite a culture shock. You know just.
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"bellevue" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"Dube vice arose. If you're lucky you can grab one of the ten or so tables inside. The vice arose is a classic serving everyone from members of the many nearby guilds to Zurich Zurich Chemistry professors or Fintech Gurus. The wine list is small and mostly Swiss and the snacks include cubes of Luscious. CELEBRI- hard cheese. I think a more complex Parmesan along with air dried meats delitzsch. Sometimes the area will inspire you to sample from further abroad or to cook at at home in the bellevue post of the fines. Erc Department Store Globus can cater to both. It has an extensive food hall below ground with things from all over the globe and a wide range of prepared food at street level. Should you have forgotten your frying pan upstairs. You can get the finest in Coon Rico or other. Swiss made kitchenware. The Bellevue area feels timeless. But it has evolved with the city rising and falling with the rest of the city's fortunes the troubled nineteen seventies indies spotted by drug use and urban. Desolation flowed into the improvements that followed in the decades. The area improved greatly in two thousand fourteen sexy. Loton plots opened giving Zurich a large town square for all of its Eric is deeply traditional. It embraces change in pop up restaurants take all forms sexy. Lowington plots is the site of one of the city's best and biggest Christmas markets which is stylish and not your same same old smelly rotting wood trot around that so many cities seem to call their Christmas festive areas. Well constructed the Zurich market has has classic fondue chalets along with more global options. Because you simply cannot eat fondue all. December and expect to ski in the New Year again. Dan It keys into that up to date up to snuff timelessness. That makes the city special finally to come back around to Cronin Hala. The restaurant and Inbar are all would warm lighting and fine art. The drinks are cold. The men and women are smartly. Attired and you have the feeling you can settle in for the evening. AH The place overpowers. Even the most brash tourists. Quieting everything to a congenial chat level. Not The tinkling. China stiffness deafness but this is also no boisterous beer hall but the best part of Cronin Hala the food as it should be and as it must be some favorites. It's Zurich Kushner consulates. which are strips of veal with mushrooms and cream sauce served with a perfectly fried? Rushdie potato pancake or a beautifully pink in the Middle Entre coat. And then there's the Schnitzel which is definitely good enough for the gods and it is all served. The way heavy food should should be maybe the way everything should be in two servings by servers who have the perfect touch and this is classic Switzerland. You're served from a rolling cart. Your Meat Veg and starch. Lovingly presented in their own little pans consume your first portion leisurely. When you're we're ready you will be served. The second half kept it the ideal temperature just for you. Cronin Hala is indeed an institution and along with the rest stood bellevue. It is part of what makes eating Zurich Great for Monaco in Zurich. I'm Jessica Bridgier. This is being episode number one hundred sixty five for food neighborhoods. Thanks to Jessica for the tour in Zurich spell of you for more food and drink stories student to the menu every Friday as twenty hundred London. Time I am Marcus hipping. Thanks for listening. Bye for now..
"bellevue" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Lines above Bellevue. And there was no other cars on I five at all. I mean behind me or in front of me, which was very very odd. Anyway, I get to get to the kidney dialysis center. And I I I'm watching these black lines crisscrossed lines. Spread out and fall towards the ground as the as the might is also coming up, brighter, and it's eliminating these lines. And as I get to the kidney dialysis center downtown Bellevue. The. Those the lines were then gray, but spread all the way out. You know, when I got out of the bus they missed. Dark gray mist covered my windshield. And as I got out I felt the the mist on my face. Okay. And then I took the gentleman into the today Dallas center, and I came back out at my best and and going towards my next client. I got down about a block and a half from from the freeway, and.
"bellevue" Discussed on Little Atoms
"So there's a Novello set in the eighteen say, the seventeen ninety s a snake oil salesman type trundling about Lancashire selling nostrums and doing basic science experiments for people and prognosticating and stuff. And and he accidentally produces a voice and it tin horn and can't explain how he did it and gets into trouble with the religious authorities. So that's that's the first of the three, but they they all in the end. Kind of want all three books, but this kind of five stories because of the three novellas I want them all to keep circling the same fire, you know, and looking at the beauty and the mystery of of having a self. You know, this is the thing that we all think we own. The only thing we really have is who we are and to test that or to torment the reader over questions about it is one of the goals I think of the triptych. So I'm going to read from the very beginning of Bellevue square. And as I said, this is the first person novel told them the voice of forty two year old woman, so I can't do it Justice on that level. But this is Jean makes my gang problems began one afternoon in early April. I was alone in the store shelving books humming along to radio to Mr. Ronin. One of my regulars came in, I watched him from my perspective in fiction as chose an island went down. I have a bookshop called bookshop. I do subtlety in other areas of my life. I've been here for two years now, but it sped by I have about twenty regulars and I'm on a first name basis with them. But Mr. Ronin insists on calling me MRs Mason his credit card discloses only his first initial g I have a running joke every time I see the initial. I take a stab at what it stands for. I run his car and take one guess. We both think it's funny, but he's also shy and I think it embarrasses him, which is one of the reasons I do it. I'm trying to bring him out of himself. He's promised to tell me if I get it right one day so far he hasn't been Gordon or any of its short form Saupiquet Zor cognitive. It's not Gary Gabriel Glenn or gene, and neither Gerald nor Graham, my first two guesses based on my feeling that he looked pretty Gerald ish at times, but also very grandma's to he's a late middle aged x. academic or execute or someone who spent his life at a desk who wants might have been a real fireplug like Mickey Rooney, but who at sixty plus years looks like a hound in a sweater. There's no woman in his life to judge by the fine blond and red hairs that creep up the signs of his ears. I know he likes I additions in broadsides as well as books about architecture miniatures. I keep my eye out for him and he's like a spatula enthusiast. You get all kinds. I always discover something new when Mr. Ronan comes in, for instance, you can make soup from watermelons. I did not know that he came around a corner and stopped when he saw me. He was out of breath. There you are. He said, when did you get here to the fiction section, your dress differently? Now he said, and your hair was shorter, my hair. What are you talking about? You were in the market fifteen minutes ago. I saw you there. No said that wasn't me. I wasn't any market. He said he had a disagreeable expression on his face a look halfway between fear and anger. He smiled with his teeth. You were wearing grey slacks, a black top little Goldline's on it. I said, Hello, you said Hello. Your hair was up to here. He'd chop to the base of his skull. So you have a twin. Then I have a sister, but she's older than me and we've looked nothing alike. I don't mention that policy. Certain that g romance name is Gavin and has been hero morning. He said, no, I'm sure he left the, I'll my back tingled. I had the instinct to move to more open area of the store where I could watch him..
"bellevue" Discussed on Little Atoms
"We mentioned Akita. Mopus owns the whole story which me say, it's fingerprints in this book and this book stains, but I wanted to talk about more generally other writers and influence on the. I've gone through different phases. I think all writers get attached to certain voices and then discard them or maybe they even process them through their own writing. When I was a younger person, you know, Michael, daddy was somebody that I read very closely. I love the work of an American named Laurie Moore. I love her humor and darkness, Richard Ford, Jim Harrison. I think what a lot of these writers have in common and what I'm drawn to is a kind of singularity of voice like you. Like when you're reading a book by, say, Allison. Monroe. You know that no matter how well trained her twin sister might have been had. She had a twin sister that she would never have been able to produce Alice Munro's fiction. I think sometimes when we read what we might for lack of a better word call, bad books are books written by people who have not yet processed all the things that are standing in the way of them just simply and clearly expressing something that's coming from the center of their of their being. And I think that's true whether you're writing romance novel, or you're writing poetry. I mean something in you has to break through that communicates to the reader that they're having a singular experience reading your book. So those writers that I was attracted to people such strong voices that I eventually stopped trying to be like them, stop trying to copy their way of writing and tried to follow. Instead, they're example, just one more thing for me to get to Bellevue square. If you would. This book is the first in a projected trilogy of modern ghost books toes what more we can expect. Well, first off the passi- short story, the horror, his alternate title was modern ghosts. So I borrowed that for this grouping of three books. The second book is called Mason of tunica and it's about a man who's been his hunting for a deadbeat dad. This person also had some. He thinks some influence over his missing wife or woman who disappeared many years ago and who is now legally dead. But nobody's ever been found. So while he's on the trail of this man in northern Mississippi, she's also with him as a ghost in the car with him hanging out in the hotel interfering with his investigation, sometimes helping. And so it's a sort of two track thing in this next book where on a real level, the main character is is finally tracking down somebody who he thinks might. Unlock some meaning for him from his own past life. And at the same time, this goes to sort of saying to him what happened to me happen between us, not between me and some other person or some other cause. It's thing that he, he doesn't want to knowledge your face and over the course of the novel. You know, she finally brings him to ground and the third volume is a collection of three novellas, which are all right now in various states of completion. But the pickup on sub-text subplots in the first and second books and bring them all the way through..
"bellevue" Discussed on Little Atoms
"And she owns. A bookstore, which has been a dream of hers for a long time, and there's hints earlier in the book or throughout the book that gene has had disturbances in the past emotional mental disturbances, due to grief that she suffered from losing a child. She's very rational person. One of the reasons the book is written in first person that I wanted the reader to click with her and go. This is a person like me and just sort of accept her as a authentic presence. So if you somebody who likes us like you or me, I presume neither of us is insane who expects the world to behave by certain rules. And when it doesn't, our tendency, I think, is to sort of rejected out of hand or make up some kind of excuse for it until we're confronted face on with something that doesn't make sense to us. And that's that's part of genes journey in the novel. She comes to be told about and then to witness us So. out. The woman who is basically double a woman. She comes to his code Ingrid fall ex, an England has a a distant life similar, but different to Jean, tell us something about who Ingrid is as much as you as much as I can. Well, Ingrid is writes, novels. She writes, detective fiction under suit him understood. Him is Ingrid FOX. She's she seems to have a good life. She lives very close to the market. And when Jean takes the risk of breaking into her house, at one point in the novel, she discovers that Ingrid has all the books that gene is currently selling in her store, and she also discovers a pad of paper with handwriting on it that's identical to hers. So when you ask who is Ingrid from gene's point of view, she's gene. And I mean at that point in the book, things get things get pretty weird. The duck. Oh, let's talk about well in the book. So the gang legend mentioned the idea of the euro which you can tell us what is in the moment as well. Then he took also about gangs literature which will come onto a minute, but tell us some of the the other examples of the idea of the double ganger well, it, it occurs literature. Second, I it Smith, you know, I mean, the gyp Sion's had the raw and the Irish had a figure called the fetch, and these were all supposed to be creatures that foretold your death. If you saw your gang or at meant that your was close behind and through history, we have examples of people who claim to have seen their d'appel gangs people who wouldn't normally think were subject to flights a fancy like ABRAHAM LINCOLN apparently saw his face in a mirror, and it's hard to describe. He sucked to reflections in the mirror. One was the way he looked properly and one was a sallow drawn face. And this was right before he was assassinated. So not that put too much story into that, but obviously the the the myth is something that has teeth. It's something that challenges or even tax our sense of specialness, our sense of self. And then when you get into the literary treatment of it, you have it all the way from Edgar Allan Poe up to Jose Saramago novel, the double, and they all seem to tree that just a little bit differently. Sometimes it's an expression of psychological pain or sometimes it's the supernatural Gita. Mope assault has a short story called the horror in which a man burns down his house to destroy his Doppler ganger. But in the course of it, he destroys everything is family and everything that he owns. So certainly as sinister idea, I mean, every time of come across it in books are in films giving me quite shiver, probably dead ringers. The David Kronenbourg movie. That's probably the one that really gives me the most horrible -ation. It's a very nasty dark piece of work, but I do like it. Little atoms. I'm now Denny's damn took it to Michael red hill which took it about his latest novel Bellevue square. And Michael, we just finished before the break token about literary d'appel Ganga's and again, this is one of the books where you know, we want to give too much away about what happened. It's a mystery upon a mystery upon mystery. But let's talk about some psychological instances of the idea of Doppler gangs. You took about a condition in the cold office scope. Is. Office copy something like that..
"bellevue" Discussed on WLAC
"How about yourself better than I deserve. What's up? So my fiance, and I are trying to decide what? Sell our house. We have to relocate to Bellevue Washington for her daughter. Which is currently commuting they're causing quite a bit and gas and vehicle maintenance every month. We're trying to decide whether we should keep the house and you see as a rental or sell out and move up there. Okay. When are you getting married? We're shooting for next September. Okay. Why? So long. We're just trying to get all our finances in order and the wind on why you're already living together. Yeah. Well, 'cause I recently just got out of the military, and then I'm going to start school. So and she just graduated. So we're waiting to plan everything out. In your acting like the own this house together, and you don't who owns the house. I do. Okay. So you have a house you have a roommate. So. Yeah, that's what the law says. I mean, she's not on the deed. So we don't have a house because we aren't married so I wouldn't I wouldn't wait till September. If I were to get married get married immediately. And yes, I would sell this house. No, I would not rent it long distance..
"bellevue" Discussed on KOMO
"Of bellevue jeremy grater at the editor's desk nice to have you with us as we take a look at some of the day's top stories extra concerned about wildfires on the fourth of july with dozens of large blazes in the west hot temperatures high winds in several states in southern colorado the spring fire exploding eighty thousand acres one of the biggest in state history a healthcare worker in northern england is under arrest suspected of murdering eight babies and attempting to kill six other newborns police in chester arrested the woman yesterday the aren't saying whether she's a doctor nurse or another type of healthcare professional a frantic nine one one call with a mother and florida pleading for help as her daughter clung to a tree branch trying to escape an alligator below abc's stevo saami has the story what is the emergency stuck in surrounding her we came out that is the sound of a mother in panic her fifteen year old daughter jordan broderick was floating on a raft near alexander springs park in the ocala national forest when an alligator that was hissing snuck up on her he's stuck in a tree out of the industry to cater on land water rate on your i right here at the end of the the teenager was too far from the shoreline and grabbed a branch of a nearby tree and climbed up in it while the gator that was nearly eleven feet long was waiting below her waiting for her to fall the responding deputy got there in time and says that the teenager was screaming and was physically tired from keeping herself in the tree.
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"Of your choice that's what that's what your nest egg will do at some point in your life or it will go to your children and so let's just think about that was organized the estate we can do it without negative tax consequences if we're careful and if we understand the law and we leverage it i have people that say to me daryl you're going to this workshop in bellevue and bellevue's this a little higher income i'm not i'm not one of those people i'm not rich i don't have enough money for estate planning to be relevant okon chair let me look the thing is the the lower the less you have the lawyer estate the more that is at risk because there's not enough to to make up the difference that was inarticulate what i mean is this if you're a state is in the two hundred and fifty two to seven hundred fifty range of broken hip can impoverish you if you're a state is two million a broken hip is not going to impoverished you it's not and so the theory the message of the boom show of the boom mexican cat amies is to try to educate people about the realities that the human condition is frail the armistead that can be made the law is is i mean it's not well coordinated it's a little bit complicated there are mistakes that can be made a spousal protection trust the irrevocable asset protection trusts that i mentioned previously a d four a trust you don't know what these trust our because you haven't gone to the academy yet but these trust can be used to increase the likelihood that you can finance your rainy day without being impoverished without paying unnecessary taxes without paying unnecessary probate fees there are moving parts to it for sure but we can keep that cabinet of the woods and not jeopardize it when the rainy day occurs i'm like if it was me i mean i'll tell you what my plan is i want to take the nest egg everything that that i'm really just using from reimbursed medical expenses or to get to my children i'm going to transfer that out of.
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"Of bellevue jeremy grater is at the editor's desk stacey black is our technical director thanks for joining says we take a look at some of our top stories amazon's jeff base as has been named the world's richest man forbes puts him at the top the that two hundred two thousand eighteen list to billionaires with a net worth of one hundred twelve billion dollars bill gates dropped to second place with an estimated ninety billion dollar fortune forbes says there are more than twenty two hundred billionaires worldwide who hold a combined net worth of more than nine trillion dollars still ahead i'm charlie harger forest sale used base the first used electric pace i'll explain formal theft charges will be filed soon against terry bryant the man who allegedly stole francis mick door germans best actress oscar then posted a video of himself with it what's his tonight guts and this isn't the first party the 47yearold suspect has crashed abc's alex stone joins us via skype with details tell us about this guy yeah we know this guy has a history of going to hollywood parties to bigwig events taking pictures with a lot of celebrities hanging around with them claiming that he is a a wellknown dj he's also said that he is a journalist to that he is a movie producer in fact that's what he said he had won the oscar for when he was running around the party holding up the oscar people asking what did you win four as he turned away to the side that said frances mcdormand name on it and he said producer movie producer and and then he told other people music and near the the music in a movie and everybody believed of may typically if you were at an oscar party and somebody was walking around holding it oscar ag getting congratulations that you may not remember of there was an ensemble of people a went up on stage if he was out there are not an end people gave him the the big congrats but he does have a.
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"Guy you know when they say hey you know sebastian was saying oh yeah well if they found evidence would want you to get rid of that that was implied by the mr big op operation they're the ones that were saying hey yeah but you know like if they did find something would you want us to get when we we had that ability have that ability we know some people well they're gonna upped the stakes here in what they do is they present a memo to two sebastian in this thing is it's not real but it looks very real it's on bellevue police letterhead detailing the evidence linking sebastian to the murders and the mobsters offer to destroy this evidence the the evidence it's listed on this memo one again they're also not saying that they found it that the bellevue police department found this evidence they're saying that this is a part of the evidence that they're claiming that they've found 'cause they're going to frame meal you terms ain't mmhmm so a lot of people think it's this clearcut thayn were mr big said hey they got this evidence you're busted no cause sebastian was like they don't have evidence because we didn't do the crime serum sane right and so then they were saying well it doesn't matter if you did the crime or not this is what they're going to use this is what they're going to say they have right there said in you up so let let's be clear about that.
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"In west bellevue communities to choose which makes it still very tight if you want to come into the market yeah but there are other areas to to look at as well that are an easy commute um east bellevue communities south valby communities they have a more inventory to consider room astle i live in newcastle so i mean you're not that far from bellevue it's a great you know and we've got some homes for sale in our in our coal the sack um so let's move on to the seattle bellevue metro emerging trends in real estate what's happening there well the considers of the number one spot for growth in the hottest real estate market in the nation we have been considered for forecast of growth um the positive outlook it's just gonna continue to grow with all the new building construction jobs coming into the area it's just a massive amount of growth in a very small area our traffic patterns have become more intense and the new mayor of seattle has indicated that for the next four years it's going to be more painful so they're trying to encourage mass transit yet which means there's going to be more of a concentration in certain areas to be able to commute to garner it if they work in downtown seattle or downtown bellevue okay redman okay so what else are we in store for in the housing market to eyes for this next year well we a lot of it has to do with as you well know the interest rates what's going to young inventory every year we save a saying they gotta go up by it every year nothing happens my aim so or a horse uh depending on whether people.