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"blaine washington" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 3 months ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"40 for WCBS News time. 10 40 earlier today. Heavily protected cruise in Blaine Washington worked to destroy the U. S is first Nest of murder Hornets. According to scientists, who announced their find yesterday. The nest was about the size of a basketball and contained an estimated 100 to 200 Hornets. The crew's vacuumed the insects out of the cavity of a tree, which will be cut down to extract newborn hornets, and they're hoping to learn if any queens have already left the hive. Officials say they're probably more nests in the area and they'll keep searching for them. The Hornets are usually found in China, Japan, Thailand, South Korea, Vietnam and other countries in Asia, Washington State and Canada's British Columbia. Are the only places on this continent that they've been found. Population, scientists predicted of many baby boom to come out of the global lockdowns. But a CBS news correspondent Vicki Barker, reports from the Foreign desk in London. They're only partly right. The yuan. Scientists looked at Asian nations far from seeing a baby boom. They're spotting a baby bust underway in the wealthier countries like Japan and Singapore, with couples saying they're too frightened of the future to bring a new life into the world, the same fears likely in play in the poorer countries, too, but they're seeing a baby boom why the lockdowns have disrupted access to family planning. The U. N Population Fund calculates that the Philippines alone will see 2.5 million unplanned pregnancies by the end of the year, an increase of four 2% Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London WCBS News time. 10 41. I'm your O'Donnell in Washington,.

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"blaine washington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Baby news time. 5 41 In other news today, Halloween Halloween has very different this year than years past. While Halloween costume sales are down, people are buying more decorations. James McKee has noticed it at his pop up Halloween store in Franklin, Tennessee. Promise the covert 19 pandemic has made things more challenging for the industry. Biggest thing was just placing our orders that we normally do around June, somewhere in their initial actually waited so long. The National Retail Foundation estimates there will be $8 billion in Halloween spending this year. Down about 10% from 2019 Jim Priscilla CBS News So the nation's first no nest of so called murder Hornets has been discovered in Washington state. The nest was found in Blaine Washington, north of Seattle, about the size of a basketball containing more than 100 of the invasive Asian giant Hornets actually heard Morning Buzz over my head after tracking a hornet that was tagged with a transmitter attached by dental floss. Entomologist spend Eric Specie. Jer was able to locate the nest, which is about to be destroyed. We will be jamming phone into the entrance and then Saran wrapping it. So that we can control the release of Hornets from the nest. The Hornets can deliver painful stings to people and there have been deaths in Asia. But their biggest threat is to honeybees, which farmers need to help pollinate crops. I Jackie Quinn, Updating sports Next double review these time 5 43 you get a whole lot of something with farmers policy perks so much. I'm gonna have to speed things up. You could get the farmer signal happen That could get you up to 15% off your auto policy. That's just for using the happened driving like the normal speed limited very full. Stop making lane change, signaling human being you are Get a whole lot.

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"blaine washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on AP News

"The nation's first known nest of so called murder. Hornets has been discovered in Washington state and is being demolished to help protect other insects. The nest was found in Blaine Washington, north of Seattle, about the size of a basketball containing more than 100 of the invasive Asian giant Hornets actually heard Morning Buzz over my head after tracking a hornet that was tagged with a transmitter attached by dental floss. Entomologist spend Eric Specie. Jer was able to locate the nest, which is about to be destroyed. We will be jamming phone into the entrance and then Saran wrapping it. So that we can control the release of Hornets from the nest. The Hornets can deliver painful stings to people and there have been deaths in Asia. But their biggest threat is to honeybees, which farmers need to help pollinate crops. I'm Jackie Quinn, the nest was found in Blaine Washington, north of Seattle, about the size of a basketball containing more than 100 of the invasive Asian giant Hornets actually heard Morning Buzz over my head after tracking a hornet that was tagged with a transmitter attached by dental floss. Entomologist spend Eric Specie. Jer was able to locate the nest, which is about to be destroyed. We will be jamming phone into the entrance and then Saran wrapping it. So that we can control the release of Hornets from the nest. The Hornets can deliver painful stings to people and there have been deaths in Asia..

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Washington state discovers first 'murder hornet' nest in US

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Washington state discovers first 'murder hornet' nest in US

"The nation's first known nest of so called murder Hornets has been discovered in Washington state and is being demolished to help protect other insects the nest was found in Blaine Washington north of Seattle about the size of a basketball containing more than a hundred of the invasive Asian giant Hornets I actually heard our number is over my head after tracking a Hornet that was tagged with the transmitter attached by dental floss entomologist span Eric's biester Jr was able to locate the nest which is about to be destroyed we will be jamming sound into the insurance and then Saran wrapping it so that we can control the release of harness from the nest the Hornets can deliver painful stings to people and there have been deaths in Asia but their biggest threat is to honey bees which farmers need to help pollinate crops hi Jackie Quinn

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First 'murder hornet' nest discovered in US

WTMJ Nights

01:11 min | 3 months ago

First 'murder hornet' nest discovered in US

"Discovered in the U. S. Now they've got to find out how to kill the insects ASAP. The Washington State Department of Agriculture says they've located an Asian giant Hornet nest on a private property and Blaine Washington. The double. USDA says they're going to try and destroy the nest tomorrow after plans to wipe it out today were dashed due to inclement weather. Entomologists found the nest after a trapper caught to live murder Hornets. This Wednesday, using a new type of trap. Two more Hornets, also living were found in another trap yesterday and entomologists attached radio trackers to the big buggers. They stayed in a place unlike the ones a couple weeks ago that fell off and these radio trackers led them to the nest. It's pretty scary. The nest is inside a tree near an area cleared for a residential home. And authorities counted dozens of murder Hornets entering and exiting the tree. Murder Hornets usually nest in the ground, but sometimes they pick a dead tree for their home base.

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Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.

KYW 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.

"Since the first Asian giant Hornet was caught in the U. S. Months ago, scientists have been meticulously tracking tracking at each and every sighting. What now? Officials found a distressing sign The giant insects known as murder hornets are taking hold. There's a nest Washington State Department of Agriculture Entomologists found an Asian giant hornet nest on a property in Blaine. Washington Thursday, the first one ever found in the U. S. A trapper on Wednesday collected to live Asian giant Hornets that were caught in a new type of trap. Set by the agency in an area that's been reporting murder. Hornets sightings for months The following day, officials down two more live Hornets in another trap in the same area Officials plan to eradicate the nest this weekend. That Piper CBS News

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Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.

"Of the US earlier this year, scientists have been tracking each and every sighting in the hopes of squashing out the invasive species before it establishes. Ecology officials found a distressing sign this Washington State Department of Agriculture Entomologists found an Asian giant Hornet nest on a property in Blaine. Washington Thursday, the first one ever found in the U. S. A trapper on Wednesday collected to live Asian giant Hornets that were caught in a new type of trap set by the agency in an area that's been reporting murder. Hornets sightings for months The following day, officials down two more live Hornets in another trap in the same area Officials plan to eradicate the nest this weekend. That Piper CBS

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Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.

WBZ Afternoon News

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.

"And we may not have heard much about them lately. But murder Hornets are still a thing still in the U. S entomologist in Washington state have found the first mortar murder Hornet. Best in the country, according according to the state Department of Agriculture, scientists were able to locate the nest after successfully tracking a captured hornet back to a tree near Blaine Washington near the coordinates. Canadian border. Excuse me. The invasive species is known to kill honeybees, which farmers depend on to pollinate crops that can also deliver painful stings to

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Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.

Buck Sexton

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.

"State have found the first murder Hornet Nest in the United States, according to the State Department of Agriculture. Scientists were able to locate the nest after successfully tracking a captured In it back to a tree near Blaine, Washington. The Asian giant Hornet is an invasive species that has known to kill honeybees and deliver painful stings to human officials say that this is probably not the only murder hornet nest in the state. I'm brand Ford

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Emergency ferry brings relief to isolated Point Roberts residents

Kottke Ride Home

03:46 min | 5 months ago

Emergency ferry brings relief to isolated Point Roberts residents

"Point Roberts. Washington. A town, the very southern tip of the Watson Peninsula a peninsula mostly located in British Columbia Canada. But Point Roberts falls beneath the boundary line on the forty ninth parallel and is therefore a part of the united. States. But being a peninsula whenever residents want to cross into mainland. Washington. In the US they actually have to drive up through the border checkpoints of Canada and then back down into the US. This play how much of a hassle that might sound like it is residents in border agents reused used to it. The towns have an easy relationship, and for many the trip is only about a seven minute drive with point Roberts beans, such a small town. It wasn't uncommon for residents to pass through Canada Multiple Times a day as they ran errands and attended activities or work in both mainland Washington and in. Canada. But when cross border travel was restricted in March due to the pandemic, the thirteen hundred residents of point Roberts found themselves unexpectedly isolated the only other closure in recent memory was half a day following nine eleven and this one has gone on for months. Quoting Atlas Obscure Residents of Point Roberts can cross the border only to work, pick up prescriptions or go to a doctor's appointment in the mainland us and they're not allowed to stop in Canada at all during the trip. The only other way to reach the mainland is by private boat or in the twice weekly one, hundred, thirty, five dollars flight to Bellingham Washington and quotes. And it's not just US citizens in point Roberts trying to get to Washington even to familiar spots in Canada. They're also Canadian citizens who own homes, boats and livestock in point. Roberts that they've been unable to go take care of. And many businesses in point Roberts descend on tourism from Canadians especially during the summer months. According, again, Jesse had tinged who has three teenagers said that between the kids, sports, practices and errands it wasn't uncommon for across the border as frequently as nine times a day. Now, her daughter in accomplished gymnast and her Hockey Planes Son are trying to train via zoom in their backyard. My daughter's teammates are altogether in Canada there in the gym and their life hasn't changed. She said the last time the. Tinged drove through Canada for proved business on the mainland a Pang of sadness hitter when she passed her favorite Greek restaurant she and her husband used to go there every. Friday. They know the servers by name in the servers know their usual orders. Now however, it would be illegal for her to even pick up takeout order for us in point Roberts with the lack of services and ability to cross very. She said I feel like we're on house arrest and quotes. Point Roberts has an elementary school that serves children up to the third grade but after that, they have to take a forty minute bus ride through Canada to attend school in. Blaine. Washington on the mainland. Some residents like contingent son attend school in Canada either way if any of those schools are resuming in person classes, this fall point Roberts kids will be unable to attend many residents and local officials on both sides of the border of in writing petitions and sending letters to both president trump and prime minister trudeau for awhile nothing was changing. There was no response given to their unique situation however that finally changed this week when point Roberts residents finally got a small win once a week on Tuesdays. There will be a free ferry service from Point Roberts to Blaine Harbor in mainland Washington. Though it's free, residents have to register online in advance and it's all first come first serve there is the possibility of adding a second day a week if demand is high enough and US officials say they're working with their Canadian counterparts on some sort of travel exception since as of now, the travel ban is expected to go through at least the twenty first of September and probably be

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"blaine washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on AP News

"Suit first spotted in the U. S. near Blaine Washington last December the Hornets are just now starting to emerge from winter hibernation Mike Crossey of Washington hi Mike Rossi reporting experts in Washington state are making plans to wipe out an invasive species of port it's not normally found in the US a giant insects native to Southeast Asia has made its way to the United States or one of the largest Hornets that we have on the planet Todd Murray is a Washington State University extension entomologist the so called murder Hornet first bought it in the U. S. near Blaine Washington last December as a stating that could be fatal to some people it does because mortality factor among humans just because they're so large experts at Washington State University say they don't know how the Hornets arrived in North America the Washington state department of agriculture will begin trapping queens this spring in the hopes of erotic hitting the species hi Mike Rossio entomologists in Washington state are working on plans to wipe out an invasive giant hoarded species from Asia the poses a danger to honey bees and potentially to humans our biggest fear is that it will actually impact small beekeepers and maybe driving out of business and raise costs for larger beekeepers it's just something we don't wanna see grist loonies a Washington state department of agriculture entomologist at two inches the insects dubbed the murder Hornet is the world's largest Hornets also has a really big stinger and stinger can punch right through regular beekeeping suit first spotted in the U. S. near Blaine Washington last December the Hornets are just now starting to emerge from winter hibernation might cross the Washington thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that disassociated press produces news related books here's what's new and upcoming.

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"blaine washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:32 min | 9 months ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting experts in Washington state are making plans to wipe out an invasive species of port it's not normally found in the US a giant insects native to Southeast Asia has made its way to the United States or one of the largest Hornets that we have on the planet Todd Murray is a Washington State University extension entomologist the so called murder Hornet first bought it in the U. S. near Blaine Washington last December as a stating that could be fatal to some people it does because mortality factor among humans just because they're so large experts at Washington State University say they don't know how the Hornets arrived in North America the Washington state department of agriculture will begin trapping queens this spring in the hopes of erotic hitting the species hi Mike Rossio

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"blaine washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:09 min | 9 months ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on AP News

"A giant insects native to Southeast Asia has made its way to the United States or one of the largest Hornets that we have on the planet Todd Murray is a Washington State University extension entomologist the so called murder Hornet first spotted in the U. S. near Blaine Washington last December as a stating that could be fatal to some people it does because mortality factor among humans just because they're so large experts at Washington State University say they don't know how the Hornets arrived in North America the Washington state department of agriculture will begin trapping queens this spring in the hopes of erotic hitting the species I might cross you

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"blaine washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:04 min | 9 months ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on AP News

"Entomologists in Washington state are working on plans to wipe out an invasive giant hoarded species from Asia the poses a danger to honey bees and potentially to humans our biggest fear is that it will actually impact small beekeepers and maybe driving out of business and raise costs for larger beekeepers it's just something we don't wanna see gris loonies a Washington state department of agriculture entomologist at 2 inches the insects dubbed the murder Hornet is the world's largest Hornets also has a really big stinger and stinger can punch right through regular beekeeping suit first spotted in the U. S. near Blaine Washington last December the Hornets are just now starting to emerge from winter hibernation might cross the Washington

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Answers Sought After Iranian-Americans Allegedly Detained

First Light

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Answers Sought After Iranian-Americans Allegedly Detained

"Civil libertarians and lawmakers sounding alarm bells after more than one hundred Iranian Americans were detained at the peace arch border crossing at Blaine Washington over the weekend as they return from Canada they had our car keys they had or passport Mahdi in family among those detained with no explanation as to the office and

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"blaine washington" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Am J. Milwaukee from ABC news I'm Richard cancer a magnitude six point five earthquake rattled Porter Rico this morning it was the largest in a series of quakes have struck the U. S. territory in recent days Paul shot was sleeping in the camper tell when it hit power in my room here in the old San Juan is out electric power is out islandwide civil libertarians lawmakers sounding alarm bells after more than one hundred Iranian Americans were detained at the peace arch border crossing at Blaine Washington over the weekend as they returned from Canada they had our car keys they had or passport Mahdi in family among those detained with no explanation yes to the office and daily and help us there for five hours the ask many questions and many personal questions like Facebook accounts Iran's state TV says a stampede erupted at the funeral procession in Tehran for the general the U. S. killed in a missile strike thirty five people were killed in a stampede nearly fifty injured Congress this week takes off a war powers resolution aimed at limiting president trump on Iran the administration is finally briefing Congress on the air strike that killed the top general in Iran on Wednesday that'll be briefings for the full house and the full Senate on that intelligence but those will be classified briefings and closed to the public still on clear when the public will be told or even if the public will be told about the intelligence behind that attack ABC's Jonathan Karl former national security adviser John Bolton says he testified in the president's impeachment trial if subpoenaed certainly could increase the pressure on Republican leader Mitch McConnell especially if key Republicans begin to say that they want to hear from Bolton directly but so far Mitch McConnell is not budging ABC's merry Bruce you're listening to ABC news seven see the end of the T. M. J. melancholy addicts wealth management studio this is news radio W. T. M. J..

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"blaine washington" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on KOMO

"Four hour news station ABC news I'm Richard cancer six point five earthquake rattled Porter Rico this morning it was the largest in a series of quakes that struck the U. S. territory in recent days Paul shot was sleeping in the camper tell when it hit power in my room here and the whole sale on his house electric power is out island wide civil libertarians and lawmakers sounding alarm bells after more than one hundred Iranian Americans were detained at the peace arch border crossing at Blaine Washington over the weekend as they return from Canada they had our car keys they had or passport Mahdi in family among those detained with no explanation as to the office and the on state TV says a stampede erupted at the funeral procession in Tehran for the general the U. S. killed in a missile strike thirty five people were killed in a stampede nearly fifty injured Congress this week takes up a war powers resolution aimed at limiting president trump on Iran the administration is finally briefing Congress on the air strike that killed the top general in Iran on Wednesday that'll be briefings for the full house and the full Senate on that intelligence but those will be classified briefings and closed to the public still unclear when the public will be told or even if the public will be told about the intelligence behind that attack ABC's Jonathan Karl former national security adviser John Bolton says he testified in the president's impeachment trial if subpoenaed this certainly could increase the pressure on Republican leader Mitch McConnell especially if key Republicans begin to say that they want to hear from Bolton directly but so far Mitch McConnell is not budging ABC's merry Bruce listening to ABC news como news arts Sanders now your top stories to come twenty four seven news center in Iran in born U. S. citizen say she and her family were among many held for hours the Blaine border crossing a move customs and border protection still denies megatech Mahdi says she's worried her kids will be picked on in school and they should be proud of their heritage and their new country I'm still proud of being Iranian as guys US citizens I'm proud of both facts I need to show my kids to be proud of both a spot on the potential for more conflict with Iran democratic representative from Mila j'ai Apollo Seattle says Congress is a pair of bills ready to go that's the administration from taking any action and in fact withdraws any troops that are engaged in military conduct at this moment try pulses bills have bipartisan support some of Seattle's busiest streets are seeing a dramatic increase in bike traffic.

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"blaine washington" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It was the largest in a series of quakes there struck the U. S. territory in recent days Paul shot was sleeping in the D. Camero tell when it hit power in my room here and the old San Juan is out electric power is out island wide civil libertarians and lawmakers sounding alarm bells after more than one hundred Iranian Americans were detained at the peace arch border crossing at Blaine Washington over the weekend as they returned from Canada they had our car keys they had or passport heck Mahdi in family among those detained with no explanation the lead us to the office and daily and help us there for five hours the ask many questions and many personal questions like Facebook accounts Iran's state TV says a stampede erupted at the funeral procession in Tehran for the general the U. S. killed in a missile strike thirty five people were killed in the stampede nearly fifty injured Congress this week takes up a war powers resolution aimed at limiting president trump on Iran the administration is finally briefing Congress on the air strike that killed the top general in Iran on Wednesday that'll be briefings for the full house and the full Senate on that intelligence but those will be classified briefings and closed to the public still on clear when the public will be told or even if the public will be told about the intelligence behind that attack ABC's Jonathan Karl former national security adviser John Bolton says he testified in the president's impeachment trial if subpoenaed this certainly could increase the pressure on Republican leader Mitch McConnell especially if key Republicans begin to say that they want to hear from Bolton directly but so far Mitch McConnell is not budging ABC's merry Bruce you're listening to ABC news Gladys Knight seven.

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"blaine washington" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"More at stop tax stop rex dot org brought to you by the ad council the national highway traffic safety administration this is news ninety six point five W. B. B. O. live team coverage of breaking news weather and traffic starts now civil libertarians and lawmakers sounding alarm bells as more than one hundred Irani on Americans were detained at the peace arch border crossing in Blaine Washington over the weekend as the return from Canada they had our car keys they had or passports they got hit Mahdi and family among those detained with no explanation the lead us to the office and daily and helpless there for five hours the ask many questions and many personal questions like Facebook accounts on clear of other Ronnie and Americans were similarly detained at other ports of entry in Wisconsin the Republican controlled legislature asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit that seeks to prevent the purging of up to two hundred nine thousand registered voters president from one Wisconsin by fewer than twenty three thousand votes in twenty sixteen Illinois announced nearly eleven million dollars in marijuana sales during the first week of legal recreational sales Richard camp to ABC news the realm of romance is calling all names where the central Florida stop to Thailand January eighteenth and nineteenth in winter springs hello sign burning screaming all friends off kilter aged drumming that sings and dances with championship now they have planned and killed by the door and home past home so late home aging gracefully.

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"blaine washington" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on KOMO

"That we were after I'm made of dangerous he'd make comments about running for the border. So we thought maybe tried to get over the border deputy say he digs the stolen van in Blaine Washington snuck across the border on foot into Surrey Canada deputy say they tracked Eden from a call he made from a hospital there. They alerted the Royal Canadian Mounted police technology nowadays, the border isn't a border just because you think you went to Canada. Doesn't mean you're not gonna get caught eating finally gave up after a chase reflect you that none of the officers up. There got hurt because he was armed and wasn't being cooperative. Now. Detectives don't exactly know when eaten we'll be back to Pierce county since he crossed the border as a felon. He may have to answer to that crime in Canada before coming back back to you. All right. Thanks champion. New tonight. The King County council was taking up a fight against climate change by approving a six month moratorium on building or expanding fossil fuel infrastructure. This ordinance falls in line with similar action from other local governments in the northwest. Including welcome county. Tacoma and Portland. Oregon county council member up the growth says it will reduce pollution that causes climate change. It also allows for a survey to study the public health and environmental impacts have existing fossil fuel facilities. State is now investigating a series of illnesses at a boat dealership in Pacific. That's it right there. We cover the story last week when five workers at Pacific teach were taken to the hospital for carbon monoxide exposure department of labor and industry says it wasn't aware of the illnesses. Until come contacted the agency, and it's now looking into the incident. Starbucks CEO, Howard, shelters facing backlash from all sides. Just a day after announcing he's considering a run for president. Listen to what happened when a heckler interrupted his bookstore in New York. And I wanted to clarify the word independent which view merely as a designation on the ballot..

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"blaine washington" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on About Last Night

"Great, great times, reconnecting with a high school buddies and and just, you know, being around love like that is never a bad thing for your for your soul and are a sweet ass couple. And it was a great time at this resort up in Blaine Washington to never been to a four. So it was cool when you discover new city and you go people live here. I don't know if it's people I want to, you know, connect with. Because it's the boonies but put a sweet resort up there and it was awesome. Yeah, the room services was not great, but you know, that's. It's expected at a resort, you know, get backed up. They get busy, took like an hour and forty minutes for pizza, and some soup subsumes like a fifteen minute thing. You know, like tops because it soup and I don't fool me. I know you're not prevalent back there. Just, you know, pour out of the bucket. I'm okay with that. I ordered it. I know where it's coming from today's episode, his man, a returning guest and alien favorite the one and only Erik Griffin returns. The podcast to talk his Showtime, special American warrior talking about I'm dying up here the the, the new love in his life, just so much stuff. We talk more about quick fat. The movie, Eric is just one of the best out there and always crushes on the pod. So enjoy the hell out of this one and follow Eric on social media. At erikgriffin, of course, check out of Showtime, special American warrior, which is on Showtime, and I think the Showtime Eappen and streaming on Amazon follow me on social media at Ataman comedy. Funny, Brad at alien podcast. This week, I will be at the.

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Unfilter

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on Unfilter

"Thanks so much guys for supporting our body and you know what chase means a joint. Yeah, definitely needs a joint and she's been down in Texas for a while. Now, the thing is is there is a lot going on up in Canada when it comes to mommy and her joints, and the the problem is sometimes mommy's got across the border and then mommy can't get back in the country. Every day around four hundred thousand Canadians crossed the border into the United States, but some of those Canadians who have connections to the cannabis industry are running into problems. There being denied entry Tanna Fletcher has the story today. April. I'm starting to see one or two cases a week. This US immigration lawyer is based in Blaine Washington. These days. He's dealing with a whole new crop of clients business travelers. These are professionals from Canada who either worked for a company that does business with the US cannabis industry or themselves individually. They're coming down to do business. He seeing many with even loose associations to marijuana. Now being turned away at the border, he'll selling a machine, a legal machine from Canada to a US customer owning property in the United States has a tenant who's in the cannabis industry. So it's a very far stretch, but they're making that connection and denying Canadian. He says, there's been a lot of confusion because yes, even though pot has already been legalized over there in Washington state, and soon to be on this side here in Canada as well within a few months, the border between the two countries is still she is technically in the United States right now. So. Interesting how deep other search goes vetting. It really does demonstrate the breadth if you will of their vetting process. Yes. So the thing is Democrats might be see in Russians going after guns. That's a new team, is that the, there's a gun activist Russian, that's in the miscellaneous folder that they're going to be pushing on sensitive political topics with the one thing that the Democrats say the Russians haven't ruined yet is pot. New York state's department of health is backing the legalisation of recreational marijuana in seventy four page report. The department said the positive effects of outweigh the negatives and now goes to governor Andrew Cuomo for review and likely rejection. But recently, the democrat who is seeking reelection in November signalled he is more open to legalizing. Marijuana Cuomo has long been wary of efforts to legalize calling marijuana, a gateway drug as recently as last year. But now that the financial income and pas. Cives that marijuana can bring to us state in county. He's decide, oh, I'm just making that part up. Sorry, last week played Chuck Schumer. Now you got another incumbent. Don't forget. Boehner don't forget. Yeah, and Boehner too. Yeah. The thing is, is that that gateway drug thing is so easily destroyed these days? Yeah, people can just row. What about opioids? What about alcohol? You know, they'll just start throwing out stuff so fast that thing to shatters. So that's like the last hold position that's like the last logical fallacy in once you let that go. It's like, okay, let's make money, right. And speaking of making money, there's a major alcohol maker who is in the in the business growing things. Thinking about getting into Pat fake news tonight, a huge win for cannabis coming at you exclusively on Kennedy Elia. The league market has been booming and states where recreational use is allowed. It continues to grow in the US in two thousand sixteen it generated over seven billion dollars economic activity, but for longtime one, powerful industry has been very, strongly opposed. But now those days could be over in here with me tonight with big announcement, he is Texan. An avid hunter and a wine connoisseur. He's the interim CEO. Of wine and spirits wholesalers. Dawson Hobbs is here, so Dawson welcome to the show them freedom everywhere for all involve. What is your big announcement tonight?.

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"blaine washington" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on Unfilter

"Thanks so much guys for supporting our body and you know what chase means a joint. Yeah, definitely needs a joint and she's been down in Texas for a while. Now, the thing is is there is a lot going on up in Canada when it comes to mommy and her joints, and the the problem is sometimes mommy's got across the border and then mommy can't get back in the country. Every day around four hundred thousand Canadians crossed the border into the United States, but some of those Canadians who have connections to the cannabis industry are running into problems. There being denied entry Tanna Fletcher has the story today. April. I'm starting to see one or two cases a week. This US immigration lawyer is based in Blaine Washington. These days. He's dealing with a whole new crop of clients business travelers. These are professionals from Canada who either worked for a company that does business with the US cannabis industry or themselves individually. They're coming down to do business. He seeing many with even loose associations to marijuana. Now being turned away at the border, he'll selling a machine, a legal machine from Canada to a US customer owning property in the United States has a tenant who's in the cannabis industry. So it's a very far stretch, but they're making that connection and denying Canadian. He says, there's been a lot of confusion because yes, even though pot has already been legalized over there in Washington state, and soon to be on this side here in Canada as well within a few months, the border between the two countries is still she is technically in the United States right now. So. Interesting how deep other search goes vetting. It really does demonstrate the breadth if you will of their vetting process. Yes. So the thing is Democrats might be see in Russians going after guns. That's a new team, is that the, there's a gun activist Russian, that's in the miscellaneous folder that they're going to be pushing on sensitive political topics with the one thing that the Democrats say the Russians haven't ruined yet is pot. New York state's department of health is backing the legalisation of recreational marijuana in seventy four page report. The department said the positive effects of outweigh the negatives and now goes to governor Andrew Cuomo for review and likely rejection. But recently, the democrat who is seeking reelection in November signalled he is more open to legalizing. Marijuana Cuomo has long been wary of efforts to legalize calling marijuana, a gateway drug as recently as last year. But now that the financial income and pas. Cives that marijuana can bring to us state in county. He's decide, oh, I'm just making that part up. Sorry, last week played Chuck Schumer. Now you got another incumbent. Don't forget. Boehner don't forget. Yeah, and Boehner too. Yeah. The thing is, is that that gateway drug thing is so easily destroyed these days? Yeah, people can just row. What about opioids? What about alcohol? You know, they'll just start throwing out stuff so fast that thing to shatters. So that's like the last hold position that's like the last logical fallacy in once you let that go. It's like, okay, let's make money, right. And speaking of making money, there's a major alcohol maker who is in the in the business growing things. Thinking about getting into Pat fake news tonight, a huge win for cannabis coming at you exclusively on Kennedy Elia. The league market has been booming and states where recreational use is allowed. It continues to grow in the US in two thousand sixteen it generated over seven billion dollars economic activity, but for longtime one, powerful industry has been very, strongly opposed. But now those days could be over in here with me tonight with big announcement, he is Texan. An avid hunter and a wine connoisseur. He's the interim CEO. Of wine and spirits wholesalers. Dawson Hobbs is here, so Dawson welcome to the show them freedom everywhere for all involve. What is your big announcement tonight?.

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"blaine washington" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"She claims the officers detained for crossing illegally into blaine washington and then they put her in a vehicle they transfer over two hundred kilometers south to the tacoma north west the detention center which is run by the department of homeland security she says they put me in the caged vehicles brought me into their facility they asked me to remove all my personal belongings with my jewelry they searched me everywhere then i understood that it was getting very serious she started to cry she was able to contact your mother she rushed to the detention center with documents including her passport and her study permits and she said the workers on site so that she had to be she had to present the documents that immigration in canada to determine if roman was able to be discharged back to canada but she was held in custody for two weeks before immigration officials on both sides canadian immigration officials and us immigration officials confirmed that she was allowed to go back into canada and then she was sent back she was driven atas seattle tacoma and then she was a hello did i did i lose you guys oh wow yeah i heard a almost like a disconnect on the broadcast but i guess i guess we're still there yeah that was that's the sound i don't like to hear james so anyway she was taken down to the tacoma area a two hundred kilometers one hundred twenty miles right south and she was held there for two weeks you know the question is with the fact pattern here do you think that it should have been expedited hey i made a mistake you know a my mother's coming down here at the documents should they have released her quickly or should she have really have gone through this two week process i mean imagine i mean i don't think she intentionally crossed the border i think this was purely accidental and i'd love to know i know that we have listeners in the tacoma area i if if there are any folks listening to us in washington state right now do you know this area of this beach the no this this white rock british columbia area canada and then heading to the us border the no this area is it mark have you been along this beach are there signs saying stop warning talk about probably a need a fence there hello how are we she's just a jogger taking her story at face value here she's a jogger she's not what about threats what about terrorists they've at canada they'll let just about anybody in i mean the here's another example why we need a wall and certainly offensive in many places along the canadian us border so again she claims big held for two weeks before immigration on both sides were able to figure out the story she said quote to the cbc it was just unfair there was nothing no sign at the border is that true folks if you're in washington.

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"blaine washington" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"blaine washington" Discussed on WWL

"Monday morning june twenty fifth it is going to be hotter than boy hotter than a make up your own show yeah listen to this talking about the border and hang on please we back to your phone calls in a second of french national who was visiting her mother in canada's british columbia says she was arrested and detained by us customs and border protection agents for two weeks after accidentally jogging over the us canada border in washington state says she was confronted while jogging near blaine washington by border patrol agents who said she crossed the border illegally and was caught on security cameras she said she didn't see any warning signs or anything else didn't really know where she was she says they put her in a cage vehicle broader the facility as to remove all a personal belongings with their jewelry then they searched her everywhere and when anders she said that understood it was getting very serious and started to cry a bit the mother identified her but they still didn't let her go this this to me says so much about why you shouldn't jog right here that as that yes that's the message i k all joggers crossing the border lesson learn and i used to do a lot of that and somebody once said and i think they right whenever you see a jogger smiling with a happy look on her face lace up shoes and get after it but if you ever seen somebody jogging it was really happy no no me neither miserable but i'll tell you what i had thought is just a random observations people with personalized license plates for the most part or happier people whether they have a right to be or not you understand what i'm saying jail in ever see personalizes license plate that says i h eight this i hate or everything sucks.

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