35 Burst results for "Bellevue"
Michael J. O'Loughlin Previews His New Book, 'Hidden Mercy'
"C. S. Lewis said that if you could see grief and it was colored black that the world would be wreathed in black from space. Do you believe that to be the case of the country and the aids crisis? It was a pretty grim time. Like you said in the intro, like I wrote about in the book, it was a time when people were not only suffering, but they were being ignored by so many parts of society government pharmaceutical the church generally. And there weren't a lot of moments for hope, but what I tried to do was profile those individuals who were stepping up and doing the right thing. So there was a lot of grief and darkness, but there were people who for many reasons and in my case I profiled Catholic remote by their face who said we have to do something step top and love their neighbor as they were called to do by the gospel. That's why I think it is very timely. We're going to be dealing with long COVID for a long time, and we're going to be dealing with the deaths of despair and people who are lonely and isolated. But sister Carolyn, sister Mary Allen and Bellevue Illinois, sister Patrice Murphy and New York, father, Bill mcnichols in New York, father, Tony Maguire and San Francisco. You've got a legion of heroes in this book. So tell me why you wrote it. You're a young man. Why did you go back and find all those people who are my age? Yes, so I'm in my 30s and I've been reporting on the Catholic Church and politics and religion in the United States for about a decade. And I really didn't know any of the story. And it was important to me because I'm a religion reporter. I'm also a gay man and I was intrigued by this relatively recent history that just wasn't taught. I didn't learn it from my family. I didn't learn it in schools. I certainly didn't learn to church. And I realized that there was this vast wealth of information from people who were 20, 30 years older than me, that just hadn't been passed down. And I thought there's all this collected wisdom and insight that I think is applicable to all people. A part of our history. And I wanted to capture it before it was too late. And some of the lessons in mercy talk about why it's important to step up and do the right thing. Even if society isn't quite there yet, even if society is pregnant a lot of shame and stigma and people like sister Carol and other Bill really were confident in their belief that they were called to serve their neighbors and they did so through heroic means and with a sense of great humility at the same time.
Doris Duke's Dark Secret
"Residents of posh neighborhood in newport rhode island her terrible crash on october seventh nineteen sixty six. When they went outside to investigate they saw a woman whose face they knew quite well. In fact most people in america would have recognized her. She was tall and blonde and wandering days near a smash car crying out for eddie. The woman's name was doris duke when she'd been born headlines declared her the richest little girl in the world. But on this day. Doris was in early fifties far from a little girl anymore and she clearly crashed a station wagon into a tree across the street. From her insanely opulent tudor style. Mansion on bellevue avenue. Louis judah thorn a father daughter duo who happened to be driving by were the first to stop at the scene judith. Followed the tall blonde. Woman into the tudor home trying to figure out if she needed help. Lewis stayed outside and realized it wasn't the woman who needed help was the man beneath her car. Lewis couldn't see much but he could tell the man wasn't moving within minutes police would descend on the scene and do everything they could to ensure that this incident became a crime of the century. That barely anyone would ever even hear about
Can Changing Your Diet Help Treat Inflammatory Bowel Disease
"Most common questions. Physicians treating patients with inflammatory bellevue. These are asked is whether changing one's diet can positively affect the course of their disease traditionally our answer had been. We have no clue but this may not be changing given the evidence that hydrogen sofa maybe playing a role in all sorts of colitis cincinnati sofer containing amino acids concentrated in meat caused an increase in clinic levels of this rotten egg gas. Maybe we should take off the meat see. Animal protein isn't just associated with increased risk of getting inflammatory bowel disease in the first place but also. Ibd relapses once you have the disease. This is a recent development because the concept of b as a lifestyle disease media mainly by westernized. I is not widely appreciated in analysis of died the follow appeared after diagnosis in relation to relapse inflammatory. Bowel disease had been ignored. But not any longer. While suppplies patients in remission and their diets were fall for year to see which foods were linked to the bloody diarrhea coming raging back and the strongest relationship. Tuna dietary factor and an increased. Risk of relapse observing. The study was for a high intake of meat. So what if you have. People lower their sulphur containing amino acid intake by decreasing their consumption of animal products. They tried it on four ulcer of his patients and without any change in meds they experienced like a four fold improvement in their loose stools in fact they felt so much better. They didn't think it ethical to try switching them back. Since containing amino acids are the primary source of dietary silver a low-sulphur diet essentially means a shift from a typical diet. High animal protein and fat and low in fiber to more of a plant based diet westernized. I'd are pro inflammatory implant based is our anti inflammatory.
Build Your Own Amazon
"Build your own amazon. When i worked as an engineer at amazon. I would arrive at the office every day before. Six thirty am amazon's. Enormous campus is in downtown seattle. The company expands across the city like a massive growing organism composed of towering buildings and echo spears. The constant wet mist of seattle always seems lighter within amazon campus. Perhaps thinned by the optimism. That amazon inspires in its workforce. Yes amazon is truly inspiring for all the cynical headlines. The longevity of the workforce speaks for itself brilliant people stay employed at amazon longer than they stay with religion. The culture is more rewarding and the tenants are more modern. I stayed at amazon for eight months. I think of my time. There is a kind of cultural immersion. Like study abroad in a foreign land. Eight months is longer than a good affair and shorter than a bad marriage. Eight months was long enough for amazon to become a part of me. You can take the entrepreneur out of amazon but you can't take amazon out of the entrepreneur. It's six thirty. Am there's no traffic as you drive across the bridge from bellevue to seattle podcasts. Sound better at six thirty a. m. at six thirty. Am even the amazon. Workforce is still rubbing the sleep out of its is before beginning their march into the office. Parking amazon cost me twenty five dollars per day. A daily reminder of amazon's prideful frugality. My blue badge gave me access to most of the buildings across the sweeping campus. It was like having a ticket to a huge theme park and at six thirty. Am i had all the rides to myself.
Build Your Own Amazon
"Build your own amazon. When i worked as an engineer at amazon. I would arrive at the office every day before. Six thirty am amazon's. Enormous campus is in downtown seattle. The company expands across the city like a massive growing organism composed of towering buildings and eko spears. The constant wet mist of seattle always seems lighter with an amazon campus. Perhaps thinned by the optimism that amazon inspires in its workforce. Yes amazon is truly inspiring for all the cynical headlines. The longevity of the workforce speaks for itself brilliant people stay employed at amazon longer than they stay with religion. The culture is more rewarding and the tenants are more modern. I stayed at amazon for eight months. I think of my time. There is a kind of cultural immersion. Like study abroad in a foreign land. Eight months is longer than a good affair and shorter than a bad marriage. Eight months was long enough for amazon to become a part of me. You can take the entrepreneur out of amazon but you can't take amazon out of the entrepreneur. It's six thirty. Am there's no traffic as you drive across the bridge from bellevue to seattle podcasts. Sound better at six thirty a. m. at six thirty. Am even the amazon. Workforce is still rubbing the sleep out of its is before beginning their march into the office. Parking amazon cost me twenty five dollars per day. A daily reminder of amazon's prideful frugality. My blue badge gave me access to most of the buildings across the sweeping campus. It was like having a ticket to a huge theme park and at six thirty. Am i had all the rights to myself.
Amazon Adds New Commuter Benefit
"Amazon is willing to pay their employees to bike to work. Amazon is adding a new commuter benefits for its employees to encourage bicycling to work. The company announced a new program Thursday to reimburse employees up to $400 a month for the cost of using a bicycle to commute to work. The benefit can reimburse the cost of using a bike sharing program. Parking and even maintenance to cover to tune ups a year. The monthly benefit varies from city to city. Amazon has a large corporate presence in Seattle, Bellevue, Washington, Arlington, Virginia and Nashville. In Seattle, the company said more than 20% of employees walk or bike to
"bellevue" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte
"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony till auto parenting apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that you you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. When you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion producer and director adrienne. Mitchell told me about her series. Bellevue hake back. You and jane mags. Your you know your your co-creator wouldn't you do i. If you kind of math out everything beforehand and then kind of layered all the twist and turn yeah we had a writer's room we we That we had an order of eight after those. When you were we wanted to end with it Arch with the riddles. Were really difficult to do. They were like the most. I think challenging do anything the they were being created a from the perspective of teach other character who also had a very somewhat unusual story to tell her and through realizing the answers to the riddle. Live something That character Experience and and so that was really challenging to do to come to work to work on that but it was really exciting and it does all tracks talking about. Camping was anna already attacks or did you approach you know. So what happened was the regatta order in may it was kind of amazing timing thing i think any time at that point and with telling her agents that she was looking for a really unusual serialized crime series. You know she loved the crime fiction and always wanted to play off a detective. So where was the timing thing. And i i did have a relationship with. Wmu i do your e and an agent. Lauren was written read. Read the script. Love them And then the moss to anna's ages and she's an apple more like i think we tend to first pilot then she wanted to or and then she wanted anything else. We had on how the series ended and we really at that point. We just had chicken. i might be. We haven't even got into the room big way but we gave her that and then i met then she. I happened to be in los angeles than she wanted with me. And and we talked about creative approaches and we were totally On the same page you know And at the at the end of that lunch in the van was like i was like oh. My god isn't is incredible. Sometimes you know the universe opens and into place and that's what happened and like the right people seem together and anna was on because also was a real can occur and really elaborated with that and that was a real javid to have her there that way. The good thing about her character watching her is that she has a lot of laws and she goes so dealing with kind of a pass bleeding into the present and as you know with the death of her mother from to do with this case as well so that was interesting. Part of it as a viewer. Kind of Kinda see that and and that she had her demons right off the bat the episode. We see that he certainly has her problems. No absolutely and that and that she loves it she love the character. I mean i think what she really appreciate or where we wanted to create whether character who was laude and demons and had a path that it was going to come to haunt her but also was very like functioning like to get things done even though a time done in a way that had like consequences but she just you know we wanted someone like that that's just forging forward. And where when. I when i met with anna i after the meeting i said oh my god you any like needing her. She's anti right.
New Idaho Law Calls for Killing 90% of the State's Wolves
"Advocates say legislation recently passed in Idaho and Montana could wipe out years of recovery in wolf populations. Troy copy of Boise State. Public Radio has more Lawmakers in Idaho say the state's 1500 wolves are too many and threatened livestock and other wildlife. Wildlife managers say reintroducing wolves 25 years ago is benefiting ecosystems and that overall wolves don't kill large numbers of livestock. New law increases funding for professional extermination efforts and allows hunters expanded use of traps, night vision goggles and motorized chase. Bellevue Mayor Ned Burns, who is also a hunter says the new law violates ethical hunting standards. I don't necessarily know that that's the way I've ever been raised to hunt animals. The New Idaho law allows hunters to kill 90% of the state's wolf population. For
2 Women, 1 Child Shot in Times Square, New York City
"And a four year old girl or hospitalized after being shot in Times Square in New York City, NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea spoke at the scene, describing the injuries sustained by the innocent bystanders. We have a four year old female shot in the leg, a 23 year old female that was also shot in the leg and the 43 years. Old was shot in the foot. The victims were struck by bullets shortly before five p.m. Saturday. They were rushed to Bellevue Hospital and are in stable condition. The
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
"bellevue" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Big big hole hole hole in in in Bellevue, Bellevue, Bellevue, and and and we're we're we're going going going to to to be be be sending sending sending a a a train train train through through through in in in a a a few few few years. years. years. Here Here Here is is is Chris Chris Chris Eldon, Eldon, Eldon, who who who got got got this this this tour. tour. tour. Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, I I I gotto gotto gotto get get get a a a chance chance chance to to to get get get inside inside inside the the the new new new light light light rail rail rail tunnel tunnel tunnel yesterday yesterday because because they they have have actually actually finished finished the the primary primary construction construction of of it. it. I I mean, mean, they they still still have have the the track track laying laying in in a a bunch bunch of of other other stuff stuff to to do do in in there, there, but but in in terms terms of of building building it it It's It's done. done. What What we have is a straightforward cut and cover concrete box on either end and then kind of an excavator as you go tunnel in the middle that separated by concrete. You've got the eastbound in the westbound side there. Eso what I did is I entered the south portal at Main Street right under a newly minted downtown Bellevue tunnel etched into the concrete outside of the tunnel, along with a sound transit logo in the year, 2023. Which is when service is set to begin. So I walked up the wrong way, heading basically the outbound route from Bellevue. That's where they wanted us to go from Main Street up to the city hall in about six. That's where it comes out and where it eventually goes over. I four or five there. The tunnel about a half mile long. Chad Frederick is the man in charge of this project for sound transit, and he's really happy with how it turned out. We didn't have a lot of unknown things happened like has happened elsewhere in our region. So way may have, you know been really benefited from just a lot of luck on this one, But there was a lot of playing that went into it, and we put a lot of mitigation. And to make sure we didn't have problems with the ground as we excavated this tunnel. Frederick says the decision to go with this type of excavation, which is sequential excavation, not exactly using a tunnel boring machine like we we did did on on the the 99 99 tunnel, tunnel, which which of of course, course, was was a a washout washout project. project. Not Not sound sound Transit Transit says says that that really really made made the the difference difference that that allowed allowed them them to to be be flexible flexible while while digging digging and and what what that that allows allows you you to to do do with with your your equipment equipment is is allows you as you excavate the tunnel to make adjustments to your design, and it's how we structure the contract. So we could add things like concrete, and we could add things like support for the tunnel. Secondary support While we're in there, we can deal with water. In fact, they actually had to deal with a pipe. Remember last time we had when we came with a tunnel? Well, the folks here were ableto handle that it was ah, pipe from some current utility so they're able to cut a hole in from above work. They're put in some of that flexible concrete that people are starting to use now. Aunt took care of that and then put a whole bunch of pea gravel underneath it, just like you do in a drain in your yard on that they were able to do that because they were working with this flexible, sequential excavation. Now, as I said, the track is being put down right now. It's about halfway through, Frederick says. says. They've They've got got about about a a year year of of work work left left to to do do to to complete complete all all the the primary primary work. work. And And then then it's it's time time to to come come in in and and put put in in the the rest rest of of the the stuff. stuff. They're They're gonna gonna install install the the communications. communications. They're They're going going to to install install some some of of the the electrical electrical they're they're gonna gonna install install a a lot lot of of controls controls they they have have in in place place for for control control of of the the trains. trains. I I mean, mean, and and that that stuff's stuff's critical. critical. You You can't can't run run trains trains without without it. it. So So after after their their completed, we start in with the next process, which is, you know, they start running trains to burn them in on this alignment. And testing and that goes on for quite a while in order to ensure public safety, so that should get us to the opening in. 2023 took the tour
"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 Northern Kentucky Spotlight
"Round of funding for these type things we're trying to put it in the peace between like buckhead Patching Avenue, and all the way up to Lafayette. which it's a pretty long stretch, and that's the part we designed out. We have our our engineers. Draw it out and we're trying to put that, but we're trying to. In the next couple of years finished bellevue off. Just connect Dayton's got their big piece, Bellevue Scott. There's in in true. The young people love to walk and we want to encourage them to do this and we want to to get. Everybody hooked up together as as much as possible. Yeah and that's. That's a great point I. Know anecdotally just my case. Cova has gone everyone out walking I've been hearing people joking about Kobe made walking everyone's new hobby. But I like to say that I like walking before Kovin, which I think is true, and that is exactly something I was GonNa bring up that I know that I, Know Newport recently did a ribbon cutting on the completion of some of their riverfront. Comments between the two bridges and I certainly see people out there all the time on the flood wall. So that's really exciting to hear. The Bellevue's going to expand that in hopefully connect date in Newport. I think that'll get a lot of us. And I think I've heard from other people who have drawn parallels between what riverfront comments could be in the loveland bike trail. Is You know it's it's a great thing that could spur a lot of great commerce. A lot of it can be a destination point for a lot of people so very exciting. Yeah, that's that's a great point. And another point along that same lines is there's a website just opened up It gives you live reports of everything happening from Louisville all the way to the same amount, the other direction from Cincinnati, and you could say on the site on a bike or on the river, and it'll tell you where all the stuff is all the way up and down the river, including every barges in lifetime that you know if I go around this corner might both there's a barge, or if you go around this corner with with kids on bikes, you can look in the river and they can see the Bart you know. And so if you say I want to get off the river and I wanna go eat somewhere. It'll show you where you can pull a kayak. Offer a boat off and go get something to eat, or you can spend the night. It's got. Mark where you can tie up, get off the river. Spend the night. Get back on your boat, so it's. It's a really cool website and it just went live about a week ago. My Lot. Ask what the website is called. You'd asked me. To get that to you, so you can. Yeah actually. That sounds really interesting. It was okay I with another group that did this in okay. Yeah, and it's just a early stages of getting the going. Okay..
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"And I work at an early. Cookie Chamber with. Jeremy. I am public affairs coordinator, which means that I wear hats, but including that I do a lot of local government relations, and I get to know a lot of our local and K Y governments so today I'm here with trolley cleaves the mayor of the beautiful city of Bellevue. It's one of an wise historic river city's in addition to having a lot going on, it also happens to be wearing with. So thanks for coming on mayor cleaves and agreeing to chat with me about what's going on in the city in what's going on in the region. So a couple questions for you today. We'll start off with. What do you think is northern Kentucky's greatest asset? What what might use say to convince someone to move? WHO's considering coming to the region and to convince them to move to the city or to Northern Kentucky in general? I believe that the the river is one of our biggest assets and the timothy to the river We have this beautiful view of Cincinnati. We have a lot of things starting to go on the river. just recently in Bellevue. They're trying to get a water taxi station in Bellevue. David, win Miller's building It would be great to have something like this for all the cities, and that's just now starting to to really get busy on making that that happen shopping and entertainment district we have in Bellevue that is one of our biggest personal assets to our city. While you're walking along. Fairfield Avenue, not only. Can you have fun? Drinking and just visiting all these Fabius little shops, but the intersection you come to. If you just look down toward the river, you can see the river, and that's because Bellevue denic cover the river up like Dayton and Newport and Covington did with a flood wall, so we have real good connectivity to the river, and it makes a lot of people. Come to Bellevue for that very reason. The view of downtown Cincinnati without all the problems Cincinnati. Yeah and that's a good point is a lot less traffic and less taxes than it is a beautiful. It is beautiful entertainment district Great shopping there and I'm excited to hear about the river tax. That's that's the first night heard of that so a lot of potential there definitely. So in terms of transportation infrastructure, they continue to be really key top of mind issue both in Frankfurt in the Northern Kentucky Chamber. I don't think anyone has escaped Brent Cooper talking about the bridge. I think we all talked about that so clearly. At something we we talk a lot about. What are some of the transportation and infrastructure concerns? You have within the city in. Do you think there's a great need for funding? Products in North Kentucky is a larger region..
"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.
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"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.
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"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 rare coins take your gold silver and jewelry to the G. I. A. accredited experts in Bellevue Lynwood west Seattle is acquired Tacoma and Bellevue rare coins dot com all right let's update traffic we had had a very mild day going but that little trouble the last time we spoke he was here in Jordan yeah we're we're back to looking pretty mild right now that we do have this ongoing issue in Fife that's causing delays traveling northbound on both the Pacific highway in on twentieth if you're trying to reach fifty fourths of slowdowns there it's also been causing a bit of an issue for south that I. five trying to exit off at fifty four so you can expect that ramp to be pretty stacked up right now but that we don't have any big blocking problems reported on the major highways you're able to move right along at the speed limit in fact make sure that you're watching those speeds because you don't want to get in trouble and I actually just bought a new problem this is going to be south bound for all five at eighty fifth and it looks like it might be a stall that's partially blocking the right lane sept that's what's causing that congestion that's just starting to form in that area to go into Olympia twenty eight minutes they'll be the south center fourteen minutes and ever to Seattle a twenty seven minute drive this traffic report is sponsored by CBS stop by CBS today for a free prescription savings review visit CVS dot com slash R. X. evenings for details and treat yourself well at CVS our next couple traffic at ten fifty four and let's update that forecast E. como eco roof forecast mostly sunny with a high around fifty today and we'll have sunshine tomorrow cloudy in the a chance of rain on Wednesday Thursday.
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"The industry in Bellevue Lynwood west Seattle is acquired Tacoma and at Bellevue rare coins dot com time to check the drive once again with another como traffic update from Kierra Jordan well we had an earlier blocking problem traveling westbound on the five twenty bridge mid span we had a crash that was blocking the right lane that's now been cleared out of your way but it's left a heavy drive that starts a little bit east at the east end of the bridge just taking a peek at our travel times going from Bellevue to Seattle about thirty two minutes on west five twenty an eighteen minute drive on westbound I. ninety but I have a feeling that that travel time on five twenty just start to drop here fairly quickly L. southbound four five with often on slowing from five to seven two five two two and then scattered flowing through Kirkland and then we're looking at a long slow drive from I. ninety much of the way to northeast thirtieth north bound for five is going to be slow going from Talbot into new castle if you are traveling from a limit to Seattle travel times are nice this morning twenty six minutes there are drive for a better way to Seattle coming in at forty minutes north on I. five actually looking a bit heavier than average right now in Tacoma it's brake lights off and on for about seventy second to River Road not so the whole way but it is busy and or about one six seven often on slowing three seminarian into Pacific our next come traffic at seven fifty four traffic this time brought to you by staples stores at staples can help you grow your business this spring by printing custom marketing materials visit staples print and marketing services today state of the global eagle roof forecast cloudy skies rain moving in here by the afternoon commute with a high in the mid fifties about a half an inch of rain is possible before tomorrow.
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"Earlier crash in Bellevue on westbound five twenty just before four oh five it's been cleared our next call most Rafic at eight twenty four the como forecast from the eco roof whether desk your call whether good evening arts and is becoming partly to mostly cloudy after midnight patchy fog forming an overnight lows tonight the mid thirties tomorrow slight chance of rain late in the morning rain likely by afternoon upper forties Friday mostly cloudy chance of rain highs in the upper forties rain at times on Saturday upper forties rain likely on Sunday highs in the upper forties for presidents day mostly cloudy chance of rain upper forties Tuesday partly sunny slight chance of rain and snow in the morning with a high near fifty overnight lows around forty that's your latest weather from the global forecast team thanks I try hard furniture outlet presidents day sale about furniture prices are always super low because the lease their furniture for Houston model all movies and television by home stagers and corporate offices and when the furniture comes back they sell it for the board now through presidents day court pay your sales tax at all furniture sold at Ford has been carefully inspected had one hundred percent courts certified you can shop with confidence queen mattress sets starting at ninety nine new sectionals from three ninety nine at office furniture desks lateral files bookcases and more your choice ninety nine dollars for preschoolers incredible deals on new motion furniture dining sets bedroom sets TV consoles and more stop paying high retail prices and come in and see what core furniture off what has been the secret destination for all dangers designers and savvy business professionals for over thirty years court furniture outlet located near self center mall course Seattle dot com with over three million cases a year in the United States alone erectile dysfunction is a common condition among men he can cause stress in your relationship for me even be keeping you from having a partner unfortunately pills and supplements often don't.
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"Bellevue has a look at their tracer for heather Axmann to shut down eastbound highway to use off ramp to highway two oh four into lake Stevens because of the icy conditions I know DOT crews are working to get out there and lay down some treatment from some sort I just saw the picture that trooper heather Axmann had dad tweeted out and it's pretty much gives you an idea of that closure out there so they are working to stand in the ice and there is no ETA on when they're going to get that ramp reopened let's talk about some of the drives right now where they're a little on the challenging side north on full five into Kirkland all the way up to the older with interchange were still locked up on north on a five from north gate all the way up to the one twenty eight exit I'm also hearing from drivers that the local CO speedway is a little on the dicey side so if you are traveling in that area you're gonna send notice a pretty good line up for those of you coming off of four oh five and getting on to the Michael tia speedway the back ups on itself and worldwide I. develop yourself in the valley freeway shy of valley Medical Center out towards two seventy seven heard about a crash that was blocking out near south center on south twenty five there's a wreck on the side on south twenty five eighty fourth and of course we're dealing with problems for drivers in Bremerton multiple blocking accidents on a highway three that's between Austin Dr and and heading out that direction traffic is brought to you by Michael so it looks like and super of Bellevue three amazing brands one of the family all the single easy reach location right off I. ninety eighty skate cover radio real time traffic and Tracy Taylor don't worry about school lunch then what we make it free how about how bout transit a public transit McCaffrey to your once a democratic debate last night a guys are going to get to the free stuff next the first.
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"To how much salt I won in the thing in that case fifty percent every time every single time and she's still just stack in fish right raw fish but I don't have to even think about it I know it's right every time I go to because she made an extra effort for you I walking right she says large with plants spicy salmon tuna shrimp onions cucumber sea weed ginger she does it all sounds delicious resonating athletics appreciate that I'm thinking of patenting it coming back on the I can if I can talk show the spy camera that Amazon has a test you people's doors with which they're building a surveillance network with the police department by this proposed class action lawsuit about that there was talk about that get a traffic report now from my the case in Bellevue if you are on south on four oh five you are not moving very fast right now drivers are at a crawl from from five twenty down to coal creek parkway after that some have light and heavy slowing down to sixty fourth and even heavier slowing down to thirty at in Lynnwood heading north on on four five there's a disabled vehicle partially blocking the on ramp from five twenty seven that's causing a small but have to back up in Seattle drivers on south on I five are in serious stop and go that's our to eighty fifth and goes down the pine street looking now at real time travel time Seattle to ever it is forty eight minutes sales of federal way is thirty six minutes and Redmond to Seattle is twenty eight minutes I Miley Katie with Cairo radio real time traffic they say home is where the heart is and we couldn't agree more hi this is Laura Keogh of key mortgage we're passionate about helping our northwest neighbors invest their hard earned money wisely.
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"The Bellevue police department they arrested a twenty year old man Seattle assistant police chief Deanna let says the shooting it Friday night escalated from a fight understanding is there was a disturbance up on the street level near the McDonald's there at third and pine for some reason they decided to take the disturbance down into the tunnel and at that point at some point in a verbal altercation the suspect pulled a firearm and fired a number of rounds gentle police released a video of the shooting in neighboring law enforcement who were familiar with the suspect help them arrest the suspect two more cases of vaping illnesses are being reported in the state doctor Kathy lo fi with the Washington state department of health says that brings the total for the state to three point has fewer cases then a number of the other states they really I think had the most cases in Wisconsin and Illinois so we are on the lower end the latest cases come from the Spokane area a teenager and twenty year old were hospitalized for lung problems after vaping in August last week it was revealed that teen from king county was also hospitalized violence against Muslims in India is among the reasons are group wants the bill and Melinda gates foundation to take back their award to the Indian prime minister come was Ryan Harris was there as the group delivered a petition the gates foundation which focuses on alleviating human suffering says the award the prime minister Narendra Modi's for saving thousands of lives by making improvements to India sanitation system the justice for all coalitions to read see candor says the violence and oppression against Muslims in India and the six week season the Kashmir region are reasons enough to withdraw the award a log the director you know the first to call attention to that. violence and human rights abuse under more the this award would send a terrible signal to dangerous leaders around the world the gates foundation says it cares about human suffering and believes any quality is unacceptable and that it respects the views of the one hundred thousand petition signers Kandor says he was assured the issue would be put before the foundation's board Ryan Harris como new students in Seattle have more freedom to decide what to wear to school thanks to a new simpler dress code policy Ronald boy with the districts as kids only have to worry about three articles of clothing a top bottoms and footwear the rest is up to them when you respect who they are and when who they are as is represented in the way that they're dressed I feel like it's so important to provide that opportunity for students to express themselves he says you work with students for over a year to come up with a new policy while as some schools and Everitt now require uniforms boy believes allowing students to dress themselves creates a more identity safe space comma news time ten.
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"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.