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Rape cases increasing at alarming rate in Seattle's King County this year
"Rape Investigation and South Seattle. It's part of a disturbing surge in sexual assault cases right now, police are at the Arab motel on the East Marginal way they're Boeing Field. Most droll Marino is there now with what police found Joel. Mm hmm. Mary Impression Officers arrived arrived to to find find a a naked naked woman woman at at this this motel motel behind behind me. me. They're They're still still searching searching for for the the man man who who attacked attacked her. her. Now Now you you take take a a look look back back here. here. There There is is a a patrol patrol unit unit still still behind behind the crime scene tape. But at one point, this parking lot was crammed full of police vehicles and investigators still out there gathering evidence really that one of those troubling things about all of this is the number of rapes being reported so far this year. Officers have swarmed this motel along East Marginal Way after witnesses called 911 in the sexual assault unit was mobilized. We got called here tonight for multiple 911 callers who reported that there was a naked woman who was holding a gun. Officers arrived and contacted the the woman woman and and we we are are now now investigating investigating a a possible possible rape. rape. This This crime crime comes comes on on the the heels heels of of another another rate rate from from earlier earlier this this week week that that began began at at a a bus bus stop stop in in the the center center of of the the junction. junction. Under Under the the main main business business district's in west Seattle. I'm surprised it happened right here. Yeah, I would say this is pretty bit brightly lit, and, um, you know, it's the junction so it does seem like it's surprising that right here but Investigators say a man started groping a person waiting at the bus stop. When the person tried to get away. The man chased after then raped the person in an alley before Cove in there would be the theater or the restaurants. And there were people around always probably because no one's around as much like There's not as many people around so you can get away with stuff easier. Officers did arrest the man near a Starbucks and prosecutors have since charged him. They say if the 20th rape case they have pursued in court so far this year, we're seeing a pretty concerning start to the year so far. It's not the trade that we want to see. Investigators are trying to figure out why rape and other assaults are on the rise. But they say each case has its own unique circumstances. It's hard to say if it's one thing or another. Now they're always looking at the numbers, and we've got somebody who runs just as to try to find those trends. Give me another live. Look here at the crime scene. Now. We asked if the woman here at the motel was holding a gun to defend herself after being sexually attacked. Police say they're still trying to piece it all together, and they're trying to track down that rapist. Back to you. Very disturbing, Joel. Thank you. Sexual assault and violent crime in general have been on the rise in King County. The attack in west Seattle is the 20th rape case filed by prosecutors. Just this year in 20 2187 rape cases were taken to court, though that number doesn't include the last few weeks of December. Still, it is more than in 2019 when 117 cases were filed in King
Rape cases increasing at alarming rate in Seattle's King County this year
"Rape Rape Investigation Investigation and South and South Seattle. Seattle. It's part It's of a part disturbing of a disturbing surge surge in sexual in sexual assault assault cases cases right now, police right now, police are at the Arab are at the motel Arab motel on the East on Marginal the East Marginal way they're way Boeing they're Boeing Field. Field. Most droll Most Marino droll Marino is there is now there with now what with police what police found found Joel. Joel. Mm hmm. Mm hmm. Mary Mary Impression Impression Officers Officers arrived arrived to find to find a a naked naked woman woman at this at motel this motel behind behind me. me. They're still They're searching still searching for the man for the who man attacked who attacked her. Now her. Now you take you a take look a back look here. back here. There is There a is patrol a patrol unit still unit behind still behind the crime the scene crime tape. scene tape. But at one But point, at one this point, parking this parking lot was lot was crammed crammed full full of police of police vehicles vehicles and investigators and investigators still still out there out gathering there gathering evidence evidence really really that one of that those one troubling of those troubling things about things about all of all this of this is the number is the number of rapes of rapes being being reported reported so far so this far year. this year. Officers Officers have swarmed have swarmed this motel this motel along along East Marginal East Marginal Way after Way after witnesses witnesses called 911 called 911 in the sexual in the sexual assault assault unit unit was mobilized. was mobilized. We got called We got here called tonight here tonight for for multiple multiple 911 911 callers callers who reported who reported that there was that there a was a naked woman naked woman who was holding who was a holding gun. a gun. Officers Officers arrived arrived and contacted and contacted the woman the woman and we and are now we investigating are now investigating a possible a possible rape. rape. This crime This crime comes on comes the heels on the of heels another of another rate rate from earlier from earlier this week this week that began that began at a bus at a stop bus stop in the center in the center of the junction. of the junction. Under the main Under the main business business district's district's in west in Seattle. west Seattle. I'm surprised I'm surprised it happened it happened right here. right here. Yeah, I Yeah, would I say would this say this is is pretty bit pretty bit brightly brightly lit, lit, and, and, um, um, you know, it's you know, the it's junction the junction so it so does it seem does like seem it's like surprising it's surprising that right that here right but here but Investigators Investigators say a man say a started man started groping groping a person a person waiting waiting at the bus at the stop. bus stop. When the person When the person tried to tried get away. to get away. The man chased The man chased after after then raped then raped the person the person in an alley in an alley before before Cove Cove in in there would there be would the theater be the theater or or the restaurants. the restaurants. And there were And people there were people around around always always probably probably because because no one's no around one's as around much as much like like There's not as There's not many as many people people around so around you can so get you can get away with away stuff with stuff easier. easier. Officers Officers did arrest did arrest the man the near man a near Starbucks a Starbucks and prosecutors and prosecutors have since have charged since charged him. him. They say if They the say if 20th the 20th rape rape case they case have pursued they have pursued in court in court so far so this far year, this year, we're seeing we're seeing a pretty a concerning pretty concerning start to start the year to so the year far. so far. It's It's not the trade not that the trade we want that to we see. want to see. Investigators Investigators are trying are trying to figure to out figure why rape out why rape and other and assaults other assaults are on the are rise. on the rise. But they say But they say each case each case has its has own its own unique circumstances. unique circumstances. It's hard It's hard to say to say if it's if one it's one thing thing or or another. Now another. Now they're always they're looking always at looking at the numbers, the numbers, and and we've got we've somebody got who somebody who runs just runs just as to as try to to try find to find those trends. those trends. Give me another Give me live. another live. Look here Look at here the crime at the crime scene. scene. Now. Now. We asked We asked if the woman if the woman here at here the motel at the motel was was holding holding a gun a to gun defend to defend herself herself after after being being sexually sexually attacked. attacked. Police Police say they're say they're still still trying to trying piece to it piece all together, it all together, and and they're trying they're to track trying to down track that down rapist. that rapist.
"boeing field" Discussed on KOMO
"Discover Audible originals, audiobooks, podcasts and more All in one place. Start your free trial at audible dot com. Our next Comeau traffic up 10, 44 and the forecast here is meteorologist Kristen Clarke Sunshine early today with a gradual increase in the clouds and by tonight likely to see a few snowflakes across the lowlands. But little to no accumulation close to the water and even across the foothills of Puget Sound, But as you go to Hood Canal that gets that peninsula. Those particular spots could see 1 to 2 inches of a slushy snow by this time tomorrow morning. That's so quickly melts with the return of some sun by Wednesday afternoon and become a weather center meteorologist Kristen Clark. Right now, as we take a look around the sound Friday Harbor partly sunny and 39 Port Angeles 34 mostly sunny and currently at Boeing Field. 38 partly sunny skies at 10 35. We're learning just how much the pandemic has cut into the number of people flying in and out of sea Tac Airport almost in East Whitaker, with the numbers drop in travelers here at Sea Tac Airport comes on the heels of nine straight years of record setting passenger numbers here at the airport. New numbers show more than 20 Million passengers flew in and out of here in 2020. That seems like a lot. But that is far less than half of the year before. When about 52 million travelers used Sea Tac Airport. That's a drop of 61.3%. During the height of the pandemic. Last year, two thirds of the restaurants and retail businesses had to shut down. But now the airport reports, most of them are back open for Business Sea Tac Airport says it is now the first West Coast Airport to earn global health accreditation on cleaning, disinfection and infectious disease prevention. So what does it take to do that? Here are some of the numbers in 2020. The airport used more than 3132 gallons of hand sanitizer.
Alaska Airlines takes delivery of first Boeing Max aircraft
"Airlines accepting delivery of its first Boeing 737 Max, nine jetliner, and representatives of the Seattle based airlines say the Max will start carrying passengers March 1st, Alaska pilots flew the aircraft on a short hop from Boeing Field, too. Si Tak airport in the company's hangar there with a small group of Alaska's top leadership on board.
"boeing field" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Chris, what's with that fire in Parkland? Alright, the update there is that westbound 5 12 remains closed from Pacific Avenue all the way over to I five. They're just trying to get people away from this commercial business park where this fire is burning chemicals air inside the smoke being put out is considered toxic. This business park is just north of 5. 12 kind of being the steel Street area. The update is that eastbound traffic on 5 12 has returned. You can go east bound for my five Past the scene, but you cannot get off from eastbound 5 12 at steel streets, So that's kind of the deal again. There are evacuations underway and if you're near that plant and didn't get an evacuation notice, folks are telling you to keep your windows and doors close because that that smoke is potentially dangerous. So we've got about a four mile backup in the westbound direction because of this The rest of the map is not too bad. I mean, we're looking at a 40 minute trip from the Puyallup area up through Renton. We had an earlier problem out of Auburn. But that's pretty much gone away. North found four or five is still heavy through the s curves. But a 30 minute trip. There is not bad out of the north End of very good Dr. Right now, 34 minutes from ever to Seattle or Bellevue. Even the federal way to Seattle Drive is not bad. Even at the north end of Boeing Field, So that's good. However, on the west side of Boeing Field, we still have East marginal way closed because of that, the power lines they're still down there, and 99 North found trying to tie into the first Avenue South Bridges. Lot slower. Today was pretty slow yesterday, too. So just be prepared for that already. A real time traffic on the threes I'm Chris Sullivan. Weather patterns definitely changed. The heavy rain is out of the picture. Anything that gets going to be a light. We'll even have some sunshine this afternoon. And right now it is 41.
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"Well, we've been working with stalled semi in Kent that's partially blocking westbound 5 16 at 167. We have water on the roadway in Auburn westbound 18 167 that has the right lane blocked. That's what's causing your heavy dry from Auburn way. We've been working in black diamond with the closure state route 169 both directions block north of Green Valley Road. We also have a crash north bound 169 it Cedar Grove that's causing about a mile. Backup been having a real problem in multi traffic alternating on highway nine year to 28th did trees in the roadway and this is what's causing your violent a half back up. Traveling south down on Highway nine. I believe that we have traffic lights aren't working properly in Bonney Lake. This is what's causing these heavy heavy delays both directions of highway 4 10 as you're trying to make your way toward this area around a veteran's memorial drive. North bound 167 is going to be busy, often on outta Sumner into Pacific and again out of Auburn and into Kent North Bound four or five slow from the Valley Freeway into Newcastle North Chennai, five, struggling for the north end of Boeing Field to Seneca, and I believe we have some traffic lights aren't working properly in Seattle, that's affecting our Dr North bound 99 approaching the First Avenue South Bridge. Our next Cuomo Traffic up 7 54 report This time is sponsored by Wendy's Breakfast. Bacon a. Derbeken eight in the morning with a Wendy's breakfast, bacon ater all that bacon with a fresh, cracked egg. Try one yourself this morning free with any breakfast purchase offer in the APP always be bacon ating. And here's the Cuomo forecast. We're talking about this a few lingering showers this morning. Going away and then becoming mostly sunny for the rest of the day. A high about 50 degrees. Dry weather Tonight.
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"North end of Boeing Field towards Seneca, and we also see some lighter slowing on North bound 99, traveling between the First Avenue South Bridge and diagonal. We're next to Cuomo Traffic out 6 44 now for the forecast, Let's listen to meteorologist Kristen Clarke some exciting whether the past 24 hours in western Washington. How about that record? Hiatt see attack of 59 yesterday to snow just several hours later. It's was was very interesting storm and highly unusual storm at that that has since left the area. Resulting and chilly conditions this morning. Sure enough, we are getting reports of snow covered roads through our passes as mountain snow continues. That should end by lunch today with better travel conditions over the mountains. This afternoon. Now for the low land say no for it for any lowland snow anytime soon. The sun is centers turned today but cold sunshine. It will be highs, low forties and overnight lows here the next few nights below freezing, but at least we'll have quiet dry weather in the days leading up to Christmas. Christmas Eve is also quiet for Santa to roll into town. With the rain returning on Christmas Day in the Coma Weather Center and meteorologist Kristen Clarke silliest to the north this morning. It's 31 in Bellingham with foggy conditions. They're getting a few showers in Arlington 30. For there in Olympia, 38. Sea Tac Airport 36 degrees. We do have some power outages this morning. PSE has roughly 1500 customers in the dark between Bellingham in Olympia. The Snohomish County PD has about 1700 people with no power. Most of them are in the granite falls in Lake Stevens areas. The low elevation snow yesterday was not easy for forecasters to predict. But some did. Co Moh news dot com. Meteorologists got cystic says it's too early still, though, to talk about a Lanie Nia affect this winter, But in the lowlands, it's like we're kind of waiting The odds a little bit more toward maybe some events that do better for snow than a normal year. But it's not a wonder one sort of guarantee mountains way more than down here, Scott says. This way. Cast was a tough one because the day started out so warm with a high of sea attack 59 degrees and then a dramatic cool down even in the areas that did see lowland snow. The warmer ground meant that the there were very slim Odds of the snow actually sticking As protesters tried to break into the Capitol building in Salem, Oregon. Yesterday, a marathon special session group tents inside as a Republican senator from Roseburg blasted his Democratic colleagues in tore off his face.
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"Dot gov slash drug disposal. All this time, a 24 traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the force and from the dupe in law Group Traffic center. Here's Kiara Jordan. We don't have any blocking crashes or stalls right now. But we continue to fight a heavy community in Seattle on north and I five that begins at the north end of Boeing Field in the stick with you as you travel under the convention center, But a lot of our other spots on that north five drive the looking really good, Just a little bit of hesitation right now in ceatec. Processing Some brake lights is your work your way towards the Tacoma Dome. But it's not a heavy heavy back up through that area North and 1 6/7 crowding approaching four or five because North bound four or five, unfortunately, is really dragging this morning from that Valley Freeway much of the way into Newcastle. There isn't too much slowing it down on South Bound four or five at the moment, our next Cuomo traffic at 8 34 are traffic. This time is sponsored by the ex surgeon temporal scanner. Every home needs a reliable thermometer for twice a day temperature readings. Protect your family with the extra Jin temporal scanner, the only home thermometer used by hospitals, physicians and clinics. Here's our Co Moh forecast at times rainy in windy with 1 to 2 inches of rain possible. Much of that is focused north of Tacoma and up into Seattle and especially north of Everett. A Pinto watch him and Skagit County. They're getting some hits. Steady rain this morning. High temperature about 50 degrees. There's a winter storm warning in the mountains. Especially in the North Cascades. Some places could get up to 18 inches of snow there right now in downtown Seattle. It's raining light rain at the moment and 45 degrees. If you look up to the sky tonight, and if the clouds clear you'll see something that hasn't happened for centuries, our solar.
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"Remains a heavy commute from the north End of Boeing Field to Seneca. And now just some lighter crowding on North found 99 around the First Avenue South Bridge. Our next Cuomo traffic up 9 24 clouds and a chance of a few showers. But it's supposed to clear off this afternoon and bring us some sunshine. Ah little bit later on with the high that should reach into the upper forties. Tomorrow, though we're getting a pretty significant amount of rain coming in for tomorrow. Breezy as well. Mostly cloudy with increasing rain Wednesday morning showers The afternoon sun breaks on Thursday. But we get breezy on rainy on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, not much outside the activity that's going to be in your forecast because she's not gonna be much sunshine, and it's gonna be plenty of wet weather. Right now, In every light rain reported 43 degrees. It's of fog. There is well 43. Cloudy in Tacoma, and it's 45 at sea Tac Airport. Cloudy skies golden time 9 16. Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Telegrams size Baloney LT Editor's desk on Tom Hunter Following these stories out there, Anthony Fauci is praising the initial rollout of the Corona virus vaccine. Emissions. Top infectious disease expert telling MSNBC A timeframe for developing and distributing the vaccine has been unprecedented and historic. However, he noted it will take time to vaccinate a nation of more than 325 million people. The Electoral college is meeting around the nation today. This as President Trump claims the election was filled with voter fraud..
Boeing Makes First 737 MAX Delivery Since Lifting of FAA Ban
"Update. Boeing has delivered its 1st 7 37 Max in 21 months following the plane's grounding. This happened yesterday afternoon when the United Airlines flight took off from Boeing Field. It was a plane without passengers on that plane that was at Sea Tac Airport, where it will undergo some modifications that might return to actual passenger service in
"boeing field" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Social Media posts to start just visit. Charter stock dot com slash ASM Bey. 8 40 for real time traffic. Here's Chris. We continue to see the slowing in a couple of different locations as the rest. The map finally finally comes down as we're in the homestretch here of the drive. We're looking at the slowing getting out of Kent easing off significantly, We had a crash near to 12. It's gone. So the Auburn to Renton driver's back under 25 minutes. I mean, that's still about a 12 minute delay. But we're getting better and it's almost it should be gone in 10 minutes. That is the backup North bound for 05 is back to its normal self with about a 30 minute trip from renting up into Bellevue s o that that's calm down nicely. The federal way to Seattle drive. It's going to be freeway speed all the way up until you get to the north end of Boeing Field, which is ah, pleasant surprise based on what we had posted the boarding as well. 40 minutes, though, from federal way to Seattle with 25 of those minutes from the South Center area out of the north end. We've calmed down again, 30 minutes from ever to Seattle or ever to Bellevue. Now the North bound I five drive in the Tacoma area around. 72nd is still seeing a little bit of slowing. It's not too bad. It's more really hesitation. But all in all you're you're going to do okay is you get up past around the corner, get a little bit of slowing their through the weaving emerging, but it's okay and we've also cleared this long term crash. We had South found five down in the central area. Still have a back up to two through there, but everything is finally getting better. Deep lensing bringing high radio, real time traffic on the threes. I'm Chris Sullivan. And the rain will end by tomorrow morning, and we'll see a mostly sunny weekend, but it will be chili when you wake up.
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"At www dot FDA dot gov slash drug disposal. Homeowners time 7 24 traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the fours. Here's Kierra Jordan. We've been finding a pretty decent commute this morning and still no blocking problems as faras crashes or stalls are concerned. We do still have some heavy drives, but they're nothing out of the ordinary North and I five is facing delays between Highway 16 and River Road satellite or slowing between state route 5 16 and see Attack area. And then it is a heavy drive in Seattle from the north end of Boeing Field to the convention center found 99 with extra company from the First Avenue South Bridge toward diagonal. We are finding delays on eastbound five well between 94th and pioneer, then some lighter slowing on north 167 from highway 18 toward Willis Street. That drive will thicken up from 188 to 405. North found four or five is busy from state route. 16 19 Northeast 44th Hour Next Cuomo traffic out 7 34 traffic This time is sponsored by Amtrak. Amtrak has rolled out new safety measures, including enhanced cleaning, efficient air filtration and physical distancing. Learn more at Amtrak dot com. We still have some scattered showers across parts of ash on island Burian renting out into the quad. And in the Tacoma area this morning. Our forecast does call for partly sunny skies this afternoon. The high about 52 degrees. Sunny skies tomorrow rainy conditions on Friday. It's cloudy around the Puget Sound area this morning hand right now in downtown Seattle 46 degrees Homo news wants to know. Did you hear time for Kierra? They give us the question in this morning's trivia contest. Okay. 18%.
"boeing field" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"No doubt what she wants. She wants the repair option to keep West Seattle from dying on the vine we can repair Yeah, And we've heard that it will be safe. And we've heard that it can last for 15 40 years, given the cost to the community of waiting any longer. There's the choice seems fairly August. But here's the key takeaway in all of this. The decision that the mayor is making in two weeks is on ly on whether the city will repair the bridge first, and then replace it in the future or go straight to replacement and the replacement options that we discussed just kind of bass lines for what a replacement. Might be, they can changed. Different ideas for replacement will be explored. Once this decision is made. There is a lengthy what they call type size and location study that will begin immediately. If replacement is the chosen decision to determine eventually what the replacement actually Wilby. What about mitigating traffic? In the meantime? Well, they're doing their best, and they're still trying to hash that out. They've installed Those your spot. ISS speed is signs on a lot of different locations, including on airport way they've lowered the speed limit on airport late, lowering the speed limit slowing people down. Well, they're just trying to keep people you know, from speeding through the neighborhoods. They're in the process of adding new signals. Some channel is ations in specific neighborhoods. They're they're already starting a lot of that They're in the process of adding some new sidewalks to allow better access for all modes of transportation. But yeah, there's a bunch of mitigation that's going on. But some of the bigger projects and that have yet to be finalized, including what we talked about on West marginal. We were supposed to discuss the West marginal improvements yesterday, but there was a problem. Zoom crashed in the middle of this hearing. And so for about 30 minutes, we had technical problems that really kind of ate into the meeting as they were going to discuss some of the mitigation options zoom over crashes. America's done. So what you in terms of full of full replacement now would they replace it with the same kind of Lecture. Will we get something like, you know something like a little more permanent, like a suspension bridge. They're looking at Ah, variety of different types of options, different building materials as well. And those will fight be finalized. Once they go through this. This next study what they look at. I mean, I believe they were looking at. You know, one of those. I can remember the cable span. Stay bridges there looking at that. Potentially Yeah, the thing that's interesting, though, about that is. In addition, he talked about how the Coast Guard might require a higher bridge in a replacement as we talked about for clearance over the Duwamish. The FAA would also have to be involved, considering how close we are to Boeing Field and the potential height restrictions, So that's another risk factor you might not be able to use exactly so there's a So many different things in the mix that they're still in the risk category that we haven't even gotten to yet legitimately. Those will be determined once we decide if we go straight to repair our sorry go straight Tio replacement over repairing for just just a second drawbridge and place them far enough apart that one would always be passable. That's again that would probably be even more of a Coast guard issued to provide something that's going over the top of their navigable water. So I think you got the feeling that the fix was already in for not the tunnel. A lot of there. They seem to be kind of pooh poohing that on the front end that got brought up a little bit. Yesterday's on all the approaches exactly plus the depth of things, whether or not to add sound transit to that. As well. There's a lot of unknowns that go with that tunnel option, So yeah, well again. My gut from the conversation, said the city was leaning towards replacement, though it's eventually going to be the mayor's call. Do we know what the is anybody actually following the economic impact on West Seattle? Is this going to be me and you have Covad? Plus now? This are they going to see I mean, I have no senses how bad it is for the merchants there. Well, the mercy of the people who are on the call yesterday were just talking about how they're they're They're struggling beyond struggling to get people in into their places of business and to make money, And that's what that actually came up in. A couple of different discussions from people is the fact that what's the one of the labor force costs one of the economic costs that that they're discussing the They say they're baked into this discussion. But no one's talking about specific values like we expect West Seattle to lose X or the economic impact in jobs is ex people start talking about property values going down, and people have to move out of the area in order to get better mobility..
"boeing field" Discussed on KOMO
"Got hope, Liam with 52 Fog and currently 59 Claudia Boeing Field come on his time. 9 26, a gloomy short term assessment on the Kobe from from the British leader. These are your world Headlines from ABC News. Leveling with the British public Prime Minister Boris Jones. It's going to continue to be bumpy through to Christmas. It may even be may even be bumpy beyond But this is the only way to do it to stark assessment comes is Kobe cases take off again in the UK? Elsewhere, India's registered a single day spike over 74,000 new Corona virus cases. It has driven the country's overall tally since the pandemic began to 6.6 Million Health Ministry also reports another 903 deaths over the past 24 hours. And Microsoft plans to build three data centers in greater Athens, providing a badly needed investment of up to $1 billion to the Greek economy, but you suffered due to the pandemic. The announcement comes after nine months of negotiations on Tom Rivers at the ABC News Foreign Desk inland, the latest on the conflict between Armenian Armenia and Archer by John were fighting over Land dispute worsens. ABC is Patrick Drivel is in Armenia's capital with more fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan is worsening, starting to spill outside the disputed in clave of Nagorno Cara. Back. There is no sign international calls for a cease fire of being heated with intense battles on the in Cleaves borders as Armenia seeks to push back Azerbaijani troops. Since Sunday. Armenian forces have begun firing directly into Azerbaijan, striking its second largest city ganja and Azerbaijan is heavily bombarding. Nagorno Cara backs Armenian controlled Capitol Stepanakert hitting many civilian buildings. Patrick Regal ABC NEWS YEREVAN, Armenia The Nobel Prize of many medicine goes to three researchers from the US and UK America's Harvey Altar and Charles Rice, along with Britain's Michael Houghton, named winners of the prize today for their discovery of the hepatitis C virus Cos time. 9 28. Maybe.
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"You're entering the rent in area. This is North bound 167. It's here, 2 to 12 that looks like everything's over on the right shoulder. But it is quite a visual distraction. And so he'll be hitting the brakes starting just north of state route. 5 16 167, also with the busy drive from highway for 10, much of the way into al Goen, and then we crowd again is you're approaching to 77th. Or found four or five is heavy between Talbot and the Newcastle area south down four or five often on slowing out of alder wood. Two bit south of state route 5 to 7 south and I five scattered slowing into the North Lynwood area and then thickening up is your travelling out of Linwood and into Mountlake terrorists North and I five still busy from highway 16 to River Road crowd again approaching Highway 18 pockets of slowing at a federal way in to see Tacna Seattle drive. It's heavy from the north End of Boeing Field to Seneca. Our next Comeau. Traffic out 7 54 coming up. It's 7 50 Money matters with WCC Use Briana Mickelson simple things you could do to make your dollars Go further. Co Moh forecast sunny skies and a high about 75 today And if you like that stick around for the rest of the week because the weather's like this each day this week into the weekend, right now it's 55 degrees in Seattle. Traffic and weather is brought to you by Target zero reminding you do I patrols are on now. When you drink, you might not make the best decisions. So if you're out drinking, make sure You're not the driver to get yourself hope. Make a plan before you party this summer. Stay connected. Stay informed the coma Morning News powered by the world class positions at Holy Ortho 7 47 Right now..
"boeing field" Discussed on KOMO
"Temperatures stay in the seventies through about Friday, Saturday that we see this, he'd arrived with highs in the eighties. And even hotter still on Sunday, potentially reaching 90 in downtown Seattle and very spots across Puget Sound that will make it the third time this summer that we've got highs in the nineties, a very typical summer here in western Washington, then the color Weather Center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clark, currently in Friday Harbor sunny, 63 degrees in Bremerton, mostly sunny and 62. And Boeing Field right now 68 cloudy. It's 11 36 and investigations underway into the discovery last night of a dead man inside a Dumpster in Burian. This happened behind the Social Security Administration building at 157th Ambon Boulevard. The man's name in the cause of death have not been released five local media companies, including common who's taking their complaint about police police subpoena to the state Supreme Court, almost going take with the update. The news outlets are appealing to the state's highest court to prevent enforcement of a Seattle police subpoena. Last month, the King County judge ordered the Seattle Times Co. Moh news and three other TV stations to provide police with unpublished images and video from a May 30th. Black lives matter Protest. Police hope those images will help them identify suspects who burned a Seattle police car and stole police guns. The news outlets are appealing the lower court ruling. Seattle City Council member Theresa Mosqueda recently spoke out against the subpoena. I couldn't get his abhorrence that our city continues to push for members of the press to hand over video and photos of people participating in their First Amendment rights, The Seattle Times reports. The news outlets are asking the Supreme Court to block the Subpoena until the appeal is resolved. Corwin Hey HQ, Momo knew we're learning more about the upcoming retirement of Seattle Police chief common best. She says some big factors in her decision to retire included the City Council's lack of respect for the officers. She leaves and forced layoffs comes. Patrick Quinn spoke with some City Council members about her decision, not have said they regret any of their decisions. They stand by their cuts, even in light. Of the police chief, retiring that some have said they do wish the process would have gone a little bit differently. But they say they remain committed to changing policing in Seattle. I think it is a huge loss for our city. She was a good leader, and we wish she had stayed at council members showed remorse but don't feel responsible after the sudden retirement of Seattle police chief Carmen Best. Do you believe the council forced chief best out? No, I think it was a combination of things. It's a position that again these times have put her in the chief departs. A day after the council passed. The 2020 minute budget calling for cuts of roughly 100 officers do stand by these suggestions. I d'oh, the council's voted to slash the police chief's salary. Councilmembers, Lewis and Peterson quickly. Creating distance from the rest of the council, stressing they did not vote for this couple's Patrick Quinn Mayor Jenny Durkan in the city of Seattle won't launch the search for a new chief until next year. Come on. Michele Esteban has the fallout from the abrupt retirement of chief Carmen Best, so much controversy, right? I mean, the City Council. Cutting the police budget, slashing the chief's salary. Then you hear, the chief said that she felt disrespected. And then the police union once again sounding the alarm about public safety, these air all factors Somebody has to be considering if they want to be Seattle's top com This is just even bigger than then. Chief best. Mike Solan, the head of the Seattle Police Union, flat out. Asked who would want to be Seattle's next police chief? He says he already hears from the 1300 officers who represents many, he says, struggling with morale, and now this could be really difficult to even get police officers to come here in the future. Because now public safety is at risk. The City Council budget cuts mean 100 less officers, Solan insists less officers means more crime, and that's a.
"boeing field" Discussed on KOMO
"Olympia and the Boeing Field, 63 other probably Sonny's guys at 9 36 Detectives are still investigating the deadly shooting of police officer Donovan Shoot. Jonathan Shoop was killed during a traffic stop on July 13th when bottle officers try to pull over a driver headed west on Highway 5 22 After a short chase, the driver struck a man on a scooter and crashed through a center median along wooden will drive. Investigators say the driver got out, walked toward the patrol car and fired two shots. One broke the driver's side window. The other hit shoots partner's gun ricocheted and struck the partner in the head. Detectives believe the partner than fired multiple shots, one of which struck and killed Officer Shoup in the cross fire. The other officers survived. The suspect was arrested. Video from that night shows a Toyota forerunner behind the patrol SUV as the shooting begins. If you were in that forerunner or know who was you're asked to contact Snohomish County authorities. Frank Lindsay, Come on, You're going to time, 9 37 A driver lead Thurston County Sheriff's deputies on a chase in the lacy area early this morning, they tried to pull him over. We're having expired tabs. They say he took off on the highway 5 10 returned around and turned around and hit one of their cars with his pick up. Nobody was hurt. The driver then got on the I five and started driving south in the north bound lanes. Deputies called off the chase because it was too dangerous to continue. Protests characterized as riots continue in downtown Portland and an African American police officer there says the chaos absolutely has to stop more from comas. Corwin hate area Last night, police broke up a protest near a Southeast Portland precinct, saying they believe the protesters intent. Was.
Federal officers on standby in Seattle
"King County executive doubt Constantine is confirming federal officials are ramping up activity in Seattle. He says he's received information that a federal government plane landed at Boeing Field tonight with more than it doesn't personnel onboard cameras. Joel Marino's live with Homeland Security's latest preparations for the city, Joel Mary. We're being told that these tactical teams are in place just in case now. Other agents may have already been stationed here, and they could be quickly reassigned. Tio Protect federal property or possibly address protest activity. Seattle may not see federal officers taking up positions the same way as they have in Portland. But they are here and they are ready to go. Both the D. H S and D. O. J have Tactical teams that they sent around the country for various operations. Retired FBI agent David Gomez says it's routine for homeland security to redeploy forces is needed. But if they did, that wouldn't necessarily be unusual and it wouldn't necessarily mean that they were targeting protesters up on Capitol Hill. Seattle Mayor Jenny Dirk and says she spoke with the secretary of Homeland Security and was told VHS has no plans and sees no need to send federal forces to Seattle. He committed to notifying chief Carmen Best and myself should that change. However, Homeland Security does plan to safeguard several federal properties in downtown Seattle and the mayor has been told that VHS now says they have a limited number of agents in the area on standby to protect federal buildings if they said Tactical units here, and those units maintain a low profile. That's one thing but once they become visible They're going to provoke the the more violent segments of the protesters. Tonight, the mayor says. If federal forces do intervene, she will do everything she can in her power to limit their actions
"boeing field" Discussed on KOMO
"Mid Boeing Field due to an earlier collision in every eastbound stare all 5 to 6. The Boeing Freeway. The left lane is closed over sea Wave Boulevard for repairs. Into coma. High Wind warning is in place for the coma Narrows Bridge until further notice. You're next reported. 10 14. I'm Jay Phillips. Cuomo News. Shannon O'Donnell has your camo for Candace. Hi there in Good Tuesday evening, everybody. It's the final night of June 2020 new calendar page tomorrow we head into the month of July. The weather is not going to change that much, though. Still a lot of stubborn cloud cover widely scattered showers. Slim chance for a thunderstorm over the Cascades and highs just in the sixties went on average. We should be in the seventy's about the same for our Thursday By the time we hit Friday in the fourth, it should brighten and warm a little bit starting inch past 70 degrees from the Global Weather Center. I'm meteorologist 56 degrees in Seattle. Stay connected. Stay informed. Cho Mo Nightside News time. 10 05 Art Sanders in your top local stories from the Comb 0 24 7 news Center. As he attempted to hold an outdoor press conference this afternoon, Governor James Lee was shouted down by dozens of hecklers in Pasco waving Trump flag and holding signs for a challenger of Inslee's in the race for governor. They clearly didn't believe him when he said Corona virus cases are growing in the Tri cities. After several minutes, governor moved his press conference indoors. Removing his press conference away from the hecklers governor initially headed inside to a nearby building to talk to reporters. Was Charlie Harder Has the story actually says there is a concerning rise in case numbers in Benton and Franklin counties and hospitals air starting to fill. He emphasized the importance of wearing face coverings for a mask. Mask up so we can open up 100%. Mass means 100% open in some sense is, Lee says he's giving thought to a request by leaders in the tri cities.
Seattle traffic report
"The server the traffic report Chris Sullivan on a problem on I. five north at what used to be the west Seattle bridge exit well it's still the west Seattle bridge it but just because you can't drive over it but the the point is well taken this is northbound five approaching the west Seattle bridge two right lanes are blocked got a backup of a mile and a half already towards the north end of Boeing field so expect to lose some minutes there this thing sticks around you might want to consider failing at the Boeing access road and
Seattle's Museum of Flight posts footage of Boeing 777X putting wingtips down
"The largest two engine jetliner ever built by Boeing is been flying over the skies of Spokane this week the triple seven X. has been making test flights in and out of Spokane International Airport the aircraft had its maiden flight on January twenty fifth in Everett and can carry around four hundred passengers the wings are so long that eleven feet of the tips must be folded so the plane can use standard airport gates Todd Woodard a spokesman for the Spokane airport tells the spokesman review that while the triple seven X. is quite large Spokane International has runways large enough to handle any aircraft that's como's Franklin's the by the way Boeing says that the company expects to deliver the triple seven X. to customers starting in twenty twenty one and if you want to see video of the triple seven acts putting those wing tips down the museum of flight here in Seattle just posted some apparently the triple seven X. just took off from Boeing field in the a little demonstration of how those wing tips work
Boeing to inspect undelivered 737 Maxes for foreign object debris
"Brian has to do with Seven three Mac Boeing announcing that it will start doing inspections on more than four hundred seven. Three seven maxes that have been filled but not yet delivered these taxes that are parked in Renton Moses Lake. A number of other areas out west Essentially what's going on? Is that inspections of some of these aircraft revealed that they found what's known as foreign object debris in some of those maxes and as a result. They said we're going to do inspections on every one of these. Max is to make sure that they also do not have foreign object debris the importance here is that five or foreign object debris. You don't want that floating around in a plane. It could be a screw. It could be. Nut was left in their by the team when they were building the plane. You don't want that floating around inside any aircraft that could cause a short circuit. Some other issues are with the wiring inside the plane so again. Boeing is going to be doing inspections on all of the seven three seven. Max is more than four hundred that are built not yet delivered the important question here. Brian that I asked Boeing. And they say emphatically. It does not change the company's projection for recertification and on grounding of the seven three seven. Max. They still expect that to happen by the middle of this year. Even with these inspections taking place. Okay Phil we're all kind of look at each other around the table here you're talking about four nine debris. I don't WanNa put you on the spot but is this stuff that just time and wear and tear may have resulted in or is there any kind of suspicion this as a manufacturing flaws? What are we potentially talking about here? Not Because of wear and tear this is more in the case of in the course of manufacturing and aircraft sometimes they will do inspections throughout the process. And if you go to the Boeing plants there are signs everywhere saying do not allow foreign object debris it's the same situation at Airbus and this is a case where they've been doing. Their routine inspections of the Max is that part They found foreign object debris in some of the aircraft that they inspected so being prudent and being safety conscious. Because you've got to be now more than ever with the Max. They're just going do inspections on all of these aircraft before they are delivered. Hey fell it's Tim. To the point how. How COMMON IS FOREIGN OBJECT DEBRIS? And if this was not Boeing and this was another airline manufacturer would this be? It wouldn't be news in case you found it inside an aircraft that's coming off assembly line I'm sure that occasionally they do come across for an object debris The concern here is that you want to find it before you deliver these aircraft and the fact that they are now going to be doing these inspections if word got out that they were doing. These inspections people would immediately say. Here's another issue. And what Boeing is doing here is saying look we found some foreign object debris we wanna make sure that all of these planes are one hundred percent clean when we finally start delivering them starting potentially by the middle of this year and then moving into the fall and early next year all right Philibeaux there. With the breaking news on Boeing field. Thank you very much. Tim Come back to you. I mean it was a good question. He asked me how common. It's kind of an odd story. Does it does it. Sort of muddle the Boeing story even further. Well done a great job reporting on Boeing. And there's a lot of different headlines some of them really are important from a news event perspective and the evolution of the story. But they're not necessarily going to affect the stock but it is very important the time line that you get back to production so if there's some sense that this could push it back even more it's absolutely material. It sounds like this is not material and and I do think that a lot of the headlines we've had with Boeing including the company going out of their way to say they're going to be extra thorough they don't know they don't know why the a lot of that is geared toward the regulators. They wanted to make a certain posture in the eyes of the FAA. So this news is very important. I don't think it changes anything in terms of the time on three sixty five is a level that if you recall when this entire thing started that's where it broke down to me and very quietly. He's up probably ten eleven percent since January low. Maybe people are saying you know we want to get ahead of this prior to re certification this summer in terms of getting along the stock but three thirty five or so where it is to me. It's a sort of muddled in the middle dead money. We bring up two or five year chart. Guy's a boy. I WanNa make a point. Is that if you look at Boeing and understand the last year's been dominated guy by the 737 Max but if you look back. Two years that chart stock for a year didn't do anything. It wasn't like Boeing was a big moneymaker for investors even prior to these that huge run up to I think it was the four forty level or so. I mean that was a monster move in terms of context with the broader market. And it's given obviously thirty five percent of it back or so but you're right over the course of the time you just outlined. It's basically flat. I think people are not taking into account the full story which is aerospace defense sector which I think is undervalued but until this gets sorted out which. I don't think we're anywhere close to think you leave it alone. I think that's the riskier I mean. They'VE MISSED EVERY NOT MISSED. But there's been multiple times where they said you know what this is going to come back and service in the spring in the summer in the fall and now everybody assuming it's GonNa come again. And those deadlines come and go and it may not be up to Boeing. The company is likely up to the regulators. And they're not going to let anything go so I would not have a lot of confidence. I don't have a lot of confidence in these timelines. Okay they're good stuff guys on
"boeing field" Discussed on KOMO
"Aging options dot com that's aging options dot com Colin is time to twenty four back with our como traffic of del boy we have troubles in south no home is counting on four oh five now there had been a collision that was blocking all southbound lanes now looks like it's the three left lanes are getting by on the right gore point I am in the far right lane it looks like there's a merge their so just be aware of it and is really causing a major backup southbound four oh five from older would now down to state route five to seven even north on a slowing down to take a look so that's tough from one ninety fifth north on I five is really slowing to ever now from the Boeing freeway past highway to southbound I. five into Seattle is solid from north gate into downtown northbound I. five we've had a problem near al broke Michigan's essentially it was a question that resulted in a car fire so the two left lanes at the at least the two left lanes are blocked so that's why you're seeing such a backup along Boeing field south on I five out of federal way those slowdowns begin at three twenty that will take you down through the five curve to the few wallet forever we also have some issues if there had some issues in the Tacoma area on the southbound I. five and it looks like they may have cleared out one year ya come off your next this like a traffic is brought to you by all state with an Allstate agent you get a local expert and help finding the best coverage for you plus when you bundle home and auto you can save the call your local Allstate agent today are you in good hands your next come on traffic at two thirty four how come eco roof forecast cloudy skies coming in this afternoon rain tonight wind and rain for tomorrow and more rain expected for Sunday it's not all you know rain clouds.
Trump administration suing King County to allow deportation flights from Boeing Field
"The federal government is suing king county over its policy banning immigration flights from Boeing field goals to Romero report last spring king county executive Dow Constantine announced an order banning all deportation flights by immigration and customs out of Boeing field in Seattle now the agency must take detainees to the other side of the state for flights instead US attorney for western Washington Brian Moran says king county is breaking several federal laws with that policy Constantine intentionally unlawfully interfered with the federal government's duty
Boeing 777X: World’s largest twin-engine jet completes first flight
"Boeing says it has successfully completed the first test flight of the world's largest twin engine jet the seven seven seven X. the seventy seven metre long plane flew for three hours taking off and landing at Boeing field outside Seattle the flight is a boost for betting which has been struggling since it's seven three seven Max headliner was grounded following two fatal
"boeing field" Discussed on KOMO
"You all of clouds and sixty three and at Boeing field sixty one under cloudy skies at ten twenty five the US ambassador to Russia will reportedly be leaving his post as we hear from ABC Serena Marshall in Washington Jon huntsman former Republican presidential candidate and Utah governor will step down from his current post as the US ambassador to Russia beginning October third according to his resignation letter given to the Salt Lake Tribune husband right he and his wife want to return to the United States to be with family but the Salt Lake Tribune is reporting that sources tell them he's also considering running for governor once again Britain says it will work with the U. S. to help protect shipping in the Persian Gulf will contribute to what officials called a new international maritime security mission to protect the merchant shipping in the strait of whole moves the ministry of defense says well navy vessels will work alongside the U. S. navy to school vessels through the busy straight which is become a flash point for tensions between Iran and the west Washington has been asking its allies to take part in a naval mission to protect shipping that the European nations have been reluctant Charles to this month on company time out ten twenty seven and it is time for for what it's worth for what it's worth I'm sherry Preston the online chat room eight channeling to deadly shootings in Pittsburgh New Zealand and now el Paso is down at least in this country following the nation's most recent mass shooting what exactly is HM well I tried to claim that it was the last bastion of free speech on the internet when it went online a few years ago but has been over run in many ways by the most extreme memes and commentary and glorification of violence in other words is essentially the the cesspool of the internet or in Siegel head of the anti defamation league's center on extremism so that makes those with radical views feel emboldened when they see others who feel the same way they do and talk about it online the site's network that protects it from being hacked online dropped it earlier this week but another provider quickly picked it up Siegel says even that doesn't really matter to people on these platforms if H. and was to magically go away we'll find other alternatives for what it's worth Sherri Preston ABC news someone is time ten twenty eight will check in with ABC news at the bottom of the hour the satellite lounge presents the crescent box of a greater let's dim the lights for this next one too much there it is gonna get things just right like progress is name your price tool tell us what you want to pay and we help you find coverage options and your budget and now the lights are.
"boeing field" Discussed on KOMO
"Please drink responsibly it's time for a triple a traffic update here on the cold morning news here in Jordan but we have no crashes or stalls on the highways but as Sirius crushing cans at eighty fourth into twelve that's causing major delays traveling northbound on eighty four four a bit over half mile right now into the area it also looks like westbound traffic on two twelve is getting heavier as well north and I five crowded perching fifty six in the coma than very heavy between highway sixteen and River Road you can expect delays from three seventy fifth the highway eighteen that not much of a rest before you're back at the struggle again out of federal way into the sea tac Kerry and Seattle's becoming busy from about mid Boeing field to Seneca South but I. five heavy from four oh five two shoreline sell them for five will be slow out of alder with the state route five two two is down by twelve on those breaks between them all in one six seven scattered slowing northbound one six seven seven we find more delays from highway eighteen T. Willis street and back at it from two twelve to four or five no north bound for five with delays from topic to forty fourth our next couple traffic at seven oh four please sunny day eventually see a few showers and spot on the way on your seventy five today overnight lows around sixteen partly sunny seventy five for tomorrow in on Saturday as well call it off with a chance of showers high of only sixty right now in downtown Seattle it's overcast six fifty six it's time for the consumer to for the day with her voice bomb in a crash a.
Mrs. Trump visits Microsoft as part of 'Be Best'
"Microsoft hosted a visit by the first lady today. Komo's Charlie Harger reports from Redmond it's meant to promote online safety for children among other things. Microsoft employees showed her the parental controls feature that comes with windows and XBox is. Call easier for people to find people choose the visit to Microsoft clocked in and a little more than an hour with the first lady heading back to Boeing field in flying to Las Vegas were another part of the tour next time focusing on opioid
CBS, Ileana Douglas Douglas and Les Moonves discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Traffic northbound I five. In the express, lanes just north of Mercer there is a disabled vehicle that's taking. Up the right lane you might see a small slowdown, there the the main line not bad out of Seattle it's when you get to about. Lake City way find some minor slowdowns heading up through shoreline and Mountlake terrace we're really is jammed up is northbound I five north of the, bowing freeway past highway two and. Everett and all the way into Marysville we have slow down southbound I five from Northgate into downtown Seattle southbound highway ninety nine really struggling along Queen Anne hill as you. Head down toward the stadiums southbound four zero five rolling slow in. Bellevue, from five twenty through coal, creek Parkway northbound is tough from five twenty not, only through Kirkland but. It just remains slow up through totem lake and. Past five to two inner change it, looks like it's from some. Earlier problems that happen just North, of the five to two interchange we. Have slow down southbound, I, five, right at, the south end of Boeing field as you head down through the Duwamish curves and torture hundred at angle lake southbound one six. Seven slow go from fifteen th street southwest all the way down through Pacific and continues to be slow through Sumner southbound I five. Solid from highway eighteen down through the five curve and I. Am looking at a a significant slowdown. On highway three if you are headed from looks. Like at least the three or five interchange this. Isn't Kitsap county all the way down almost to what looks. Like Sherman hill wrote it looks like we might have a crash there and that's why it's bumper to bumper those look at traffic is. Brought to you by Staples save big on school supplies at Staples. Your back to school specialty store Staples has everything you need always in stock and at low. Prices shop for great back to school deals today your local Staples next KOMO traffic. At four thirty four KOMO forecast cooling down by the, end of the week we might not even make it to seventy degrees today though ninety. Degrees not out of the question tomorrow mid eighties lower eighties For Wednesday and mid seventy s for Thursday in Seattle right now. It's eighty nine degrees at komonews he's safe, for now CBS will keep CEO les Moonves has in place while. An outside counsel investigate sexual misconduct allegations against him the, board. Of directors for CBS met today to discuss. How to, move forward He is the. Man credited with turning around CBS green lighting his shows like everybody loves Raymond And survivor the. Head of CBS les Moonves now facing allegations of, inappropriate behavior from unwanted kissing to sexual assault, the, New Yorker, magazine, detailing allegations from six women including EMMY nominated actress and writer Ileana Douglas Douglas, telling journalists Ronan Farrow during the nineteen Ninety-seven business, meeting in his office. Moon vez began violently kissing her even pulling up her. Skirt Douglas saying the physicality was horrendous I couldn't get. Him off of me Douglas adding. Afterwards, she was fired from her show and told by Nunez she'd never work at this network again Nunez admits to, try to kiss Douglas, but denied sexually assaulting her an overnight in an interview with NPR producer dean Akhir goes says moonville has made an unwanted. Advance towards her pushing for dinner alone years ago when she was working. On launching a show he said Look you're really expensive and I need to. Know your worth it she turned him down and the show didn't watch and the conversation. Ended and he went from being very friendly to being really cold. CBS said that moon vests has no recollection of, the meeting or the phone call now the, CBS, chief, saying, in, a statement I always understood and respected and abided by the principle that no, means no and I have never misused my position, to harm or hinder. Anyone's career and this morning some publicly showing their support. The I wonder woman Linda Carter tweeting les Moonves is. A kind decent honorable man and. Sharon, Osbourne who co host the talk with Munoz's wife Julie Chen also tweeting interesting timing seems like an attempt to, discredit Leslie before a, major court case now CBS is in the middle of a heated legal battle with Viacom some alleging these claims may stem, from that Corporate dispute one unnamed CBS exact calling it corporate hardball Representative for the. Head of Viacom, responding saying any claim she is behind these allegations its faults. And self serving the CBS board saying they will fully investigate these claims, and will promptly review the findings and take appropriate action that's. ABC's Eva pilgrim Washington state's Trump island in the San Juans.
Trump Extends National Emergency Order Declaring North Korea A Threat
"President trump signed an executive order extending the socalled national emergency involving north korea because of that country's nuclear weapons more from abc's alex stone only nine days ago president trump tweeted quote there is no longer a nuclear threat from north korea but now in extending a national emergency that's been in place since two thousand eight the president's executive order says north korea poses an extraordinary threat to national security knowing field has some historic visitors through the weekend komo's brian calvert has a preview of something called the wings of freedom tour transport of german troops by sea which the allies could impede but could not stop that was world war two in the water in the sky the war was fought aboard massive flying fortresses world war two ended most of the plane the allied aircraft planes all around the world really were scrapped hundred cheney is with the collings foundation group that managed to save three of those planes from becoming cars and toasters seventeen b twenty four and a b twenty five you might be able to picture that be seventeen in your mind the iconic fortress with its quartet of propellers is probably the most iconic wellknown heavy bomber or pulled war two bliss he three the sounds like twelve o'clock high in memphis belle the wings of freedom to or touches down at boeing field for the weekend and these pieces of history will be parked near the museum of flight what you're seeing what you're looking at you're smelling really see is right out of nineteen forty four you'll even be able to purchase a flight aboard one of these old birds it's a personal experience for a lot of people.
Puerto Rico issues new data on Hurricane Maria deaths
"There was this battle at initiative in california to split the state in two thirds it's gained approval for a full vote in november the three states would be northern california southern california and california which would be a strip of coast for monterey to los angeles abc's alec stone in los angeles says the odds of the nation's biggest state splitting up slim one you've got to get voters to approve it here voters approve it then california state lawmakers have to approve it both houses of the state then congress has to approve it there are a number of steps in this very unlikely it will make it through this first step and then almost no chance it will make it through the state houses and then through congress puerto rico growing consensus that more people died after hurricane maria than that official death toll of sixty four new data released by the san juan government says there were more than fourteen hundred more deaths from september to december of last year after maria then for the same period over the previous four years the government says it believes more than sixty four people died as a result of the storm but is waiting for george washington university to complete a study of the data the issue was clouded by the fact that there's no uniform definition of what constitutes a storm related death a study out of harvard university estimated the death toll of more than forty five hundred richard cantu abc news day people in orlando and across the country observed a moment of silence two years after forty nine people were gunned down at the pulse nightclub this is abc news komo news time twelve oh four komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours construction continues around the puget sound area northbound i five on the ship canal bridge construction has two left lanes blocked and that is slowing traffic right now and southbound actually south seattle on northbound i five two left lanes are closed from the boeing access road to mid boeing field northbound highway one six seven just before i five and tacoma there's a lane closed for roadwork till about three am brought to you by chevron extra mile what do you do when you create a tasty snack or a refreshing drink you had the extra mile convenience store if you crave it they've got it that extra mile extras every day at select chevron locations your next report at twelve fourteen.
Boeing workers vote for 'micro-union' at South Carolina plant
"The people who jumped are being treated now no word on what started the fire a third person has been arrested now in connection with the disappearance of bonney lake teenager lily christoffersen police tell us he may face felony charges we caught up with volunteers yesterday who were searching in the two nine oh area for lily there's been some information that's been released that there have been some belongings that were found inside i know that may that may belong to lilly and so there's a connection here there's a five thousand dollar reward for any information that leads to the discovery of lily christoffersen boeing says it will fight back after workers in its south carolina plant voted to unionize more from komo's corwin hake one hundred seventy six flight line mechanics who work at boeing seventy seven assembly plant in north charleston south carolina have agreed to join the international association of machinists this is the same union that represents some forty thousand bluecollar workers in the puget sound area these are the first of boeing's workforce in south carolina to unionize after the company strongly fought against previous efforts boeing says it will challenge the legality of the vote about three thousand other blue collar workers at the north charleston plant continue to work without union representation and boeing would like to keep it that way south carolina is a so called right to work state and union leaders here saw boeing's decision to open a plant there as an effort to increase the company's leverage over the washington workforce corwin hake komo news boeing the company has to move of beef fifty two from paine field to the museum of flight at boeing field this weekend the plane can't fly so crews have taken it apart and it will be moved piece by piece down the freeway they plan to do that sometime between midnight and four am this weekend coming up on the komo morning news he grew up on i'm brian calvert with the native now skating toward lord stanley's cup seven thirty four right now type or another aaa traffic update with john nelson now we have eight at the scene of this collision south of joint base lewis mcchord northbound i five at dupont steilacoom road that's got traffic backed up all the way through the nisqually area so pencil and some extra time to get to where you need to go watch out for a stalled semi northbound ninety nine western avenue that's blocking.
Trump Pardons Late Boxer Jack Johnson After Appeal From Sylvester Stallone
"That continues today stephanie ramos abc news arlington national cemetery soldiers also placed flags of the us soldiers and airman's home national cemetery in washington the military says in all flags are placed in front of more than two hundred and twenty eight thousand headstones north korean leader kim jong un has made good on his promise to demolish his country's nuclear test site setting off a series of huge explosions as foreign journalists watched the demolition was supposed to build confidence ahead of a summit that president donald trump abruptly cancelled the meeting citing tremendous anger and open hostage in north korean comments made hours earlier president trump issued a pardon thursday for the late boxer jack johnson abc's karen travers reports from the white house president trump granted a full posthumous pardon thursday to jack johnson the nation's first african american heavyweight boxing champion johnson was convicted in nineteen thirteen for an open affair with a white woman johnson sherve ten months in federal prison for what many view as a racially motivated injustice was treated very rough very tough in the oval office with the president for the surprise ceremony actor sylvester stallone and former heavyweight boxer lennox lewis both have pushed for this pardon komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours there's the police activity northbound five year bid boeing field it's blocking the right shoulder traffic is getting by but just watch for a general slowdown approaching the scene and the memorial day weekend commute has gone on southbound five is folks begin to head out of town you're stop and go between highway eighteen and federal way through the port of tacoma road are next komo traffic at eight o four.
Most Rev. Michael Curry gives stirring royal wedding sermon on power of love
"The event inside it's expected to open a new year's eve twenty twenty dave schreiber abc news new york their husband and wife after a royal wedding that meshed the past with the present something old something new old traditions in the fifteenth century saint george's chapel coupled with the new in the form of harry and meghan wire cranked out stand by me you don't hear that every day in the castle bishop michael curry really going with a bit of american breaching this power in love with the wedding a new chapter is opened in a long story of the roads jaffer suited for the twenty first century tom rivers abc news windsor abc news komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours we're working on disabled vehicle westbound i ninety on the mid span this is taking up your hov lane as a result we're seeing just a tiny bit of slowing right behind that southbound five in south center on the on ramp from five eighteen got a crash here that is partially blocking the on ramp there and meanwhile the on ramp to northbound ninety nine from tacoma international boulevard partially blocked due to a collision as well and extensive slowing on northbound five from mid boeing field often under five twenty do they revive i five roadwork four zero five northbound you're seeing some slowing as well from one six seven to the kennydale hill northbound.
Carleen Johnson, Scott Pruitt and Epa discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"Coming up as soon as an effort to stop the utility tax in federal way i'm carleen johnson that push for a public vote traffic and weather coming up in four minutes first abc news at seven thirty the morning is set to roll back obama era fuel efficiency standards the announcement being made by epa chief scott pruitt is comes as the white house is investigating pruitt's fifty dollars a night room at a townhouse owned by a top energy lobbyists davies karen travers monday democrats in the house panel with oversight over the epa send the agency a letter with a first round of questions about pruitt's controversial living situation when it comes to keeping our kids away from dangerous products things aren't exactly getting a whole lot better a new study from the group kids in danger says recalls of kids products last year or about on par with recalls over the last decade one thing that has changed though the number of injuries was way down one possible explanation is the use of social media to get the word out wider and faster about recalls parents are paying attention teachers in oklahoma again walking out forcing some schools to close for the day they are protesting their low pay and also education funding cuts they're rallying now in oklahoma city i'm cheri preston abc news northwest only allnews station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven good morning it's seven thirty one it's tuesday morning the third day of april and in seattle right now while we're seeing a little bit of clearing at least at boeing field forty one degrees with gregg hersholt i'm manda factor here the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center city of federal way plans to hike utility taxes for water and sewer that's being challenged on two fronts we get more on this from komo's carleen johnson lake haven water and sewer district doesn't want to have to pass on a seven point seven five percent tax to customers but the city council approved the ordinance for the utility tax last week they're looking for another source of revenue and so the tack water district city expects taken bring it about a million dollars with.