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"brent hearst" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:00 min | 6 months ago

"brent hearst" Discussed on KOMO

"Of bells marked a passenger planes impact with the World Trade Center on when the towers fell 19 years ago. Walker in the pandemic meant the recitation of names of the 2753 victims was recorded at the official commemoration. Raymond Brent Hearst and read in person at an alternate ceremony nearby, isn't it just That we read their names out loud, the remembrance of one unimaginable event altered by another Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS NEW YORK The attorneys for four former Minneapolis police officers, officers charged in the death of George Floyd suggest Floyd died from a drug overdose and not by being pinned by his neck to the ground under the knee of one of the officers in any of the misinformation to try and get you to change your mind. It's attorney Chris Floyd, who Stewart who represents the Floyd family, You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. The top five and five from coma News. Good evening. Comeau News time 502. I'm Rick fan sites in Seattle and Charlie harder with more than 620,000 Acres burned in Washington since Monday, Governor Jay Inslee says these five days have marked the second worst full fire season in state history. This is a fire through across the state of Washington. We know what both in Eastern Western Washington and as bad as it is here, it's worse in Oregon, with Anjali saying evacuee. These are headed to Washington for shelter. I'm Ryan Harris with the warning from local health officials that the wildfire smoke in our area is already unhealthy and could get worse. So you're being told to stay home and close your windows and doors to keep dangerous particles out. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan says all park and recreational facilities will close through Sunday. While the threat caused by unhealthy air is undeniable Threat of Cove in 19 is also undeniable, Durkin says. That's why emergency shelters for the most vulnerable homeless people are being set up. Faces with air filtering systems and plenty of space well because of the ongoing Sumner Grade wildfire. A portion of highway for 10 from some dirty Bonney Lake will be closed into next week. A two mile stretch of road is shut down from 166th Avenue East Veterans Memorial Drive. And before it can reopen workers need to replace long section is a guard rail damaged by the fire and check for rocks and other debris that could fall onto the roadway from the scorched hillside. Aviation regulators from Europe say their pilots have now finished test flights of the 737 Max Todd Curtis with airsafe dot com tells us about the Mindset of the European Agency, even if the FAA says it's okay. We will do our own tests, and only after we do our own tests. We give up the seal of approval next week, European Union Aviation Safety Agency members will meet in London to begin discussions about data gathered by the test pilots. It's unclear when the Max could be re certified. Their Boeing leaders have said that they hope to re certify the jet in the U. S by the end of the year. And on this 9 11. That.

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"brent hearst" Discussed on World News This Week

World News This Week

08:10 min | 6 months ago

"brent hearst" Discussed on World News This Week

"The September eleventh terror attacks. The tolling of bells marked a passenger planes impact with the World Trade Center and when the towers fell nineteen years ago. Corcoran. The pandemic meant the recitation of names of the two, thousand, seven, hundred, fifty, three victims was recorded at the official commemoration. Raymond. Brent. Hearst and read in person at an alternate ceremony nearby. Just. that. We read their names alowed remembrance of one unimaginable event altered by another Aaron Katersky ABC news new on the nineteenth anniversary of nine eleven. President trump heralded a new diplomatic agreement in the Middle East President Trump announced Friday that Bahrain will normalize diplomatic relations with Israel the president called this quote a historic breakthrough to further peace in the Middle East the sand was loaded up with blood. And now you're GONNA see that. A lot of that sand is going to be loaded up with the Israel. Bahrain announcement comes on the heels of the US brokered agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates to establish full diplomatic relations on the condition that Israel commit to not annexing parts of the West Bank Karen Travers ABC News Washington the skies over California glowed a dark orange this week as wind swept erratic wildfires escalated across ten western states. Officials are making grim discoveries in Oregon Washington and California including the death of a child more from ABC's Matt Gutman. The door complex fire rapidly growing into one of the largest in California's history at its worst torched thousand acres. Every thirty minutes sending thousands fleeing in Oregon where forty eight wildfires burning throughout the state one fire galloping through towns around Medford Oregon with ferocity. This could be the greatest loss of human lives and property due to wildfire in our state's history Chevrolet image, showing what Phoenix just south of for looked like earlier this week from space, the entire west coast smothered in smoke on. Let's. Tens of thousands of evacuees, clogging roadways as they drove through that orange hell scape firefighters stretched thin across the state and in Medford we saw helicopters making dozens of drops. California passing the grim milestone of two million acres burned a record, the and fire in Monterey County moving. So quickly, fifteen firefighters were forced to deploy fire shelters. Those are only used when their lives are in immediate danger. The fires in the Medford area destroyed about six hundred homes. You don't only get a sense of the scale of destruction, but also entire landscape leached of color. This is a sea of grey, an ash and kristen metal in another neighborhood Tim Engelhardt took us with him to see of his home was still there with landmarks gone the neighborhood unrecognizable friend of ours house here. A couple brands and Destroyed I. Even find. He was with his daughters and grandson picking through the wreckage I'm I'm so surprised that the people was able to get out of here alive his grandson Andrei finding his prized possession eight light up keyboard earned himself. Special special personal gift that he got learning Durant is bikes. Remember what we say clicked. replaceable right. Right. Okay. Being on something close Gary. With, four months still to go until the end of wildfire season, this year has already produced historic destruction in Washington fire claiming the life of a one year old boy and badly burning his parents. ABC's Matt Gunman as a country countdown to election day there's new evidence of foreign interference. Microsoft says it's detected and stopped a series of cyber attacks from hackers and Russia China and Iran targeted the trump and biden campaigns. ABC's Pierre Thomas says the Treasury Department has sanctioned a Ukrainian lawmaker for attempting to influence the November election stunning new accusations against Ukrainian lawmaker Andre Dirk catch who worked alongside the president's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani the Treasury Department is now sanctioning dirk catch claiming that he's been an actor Russian. Agent for over a decade who maintained close connection with Russian Intelligence Services Giuliani joining forces winter cashing an effort to prove the entire probe into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign was a hoax. My goal here is just one simple goal, and that is to defend the president of the United States individually against the original false charges a Russian collusion but authorities have developed evidence that Giuliani was apparently collaborating with the enemy according to the Treasury Department. Recent months dirk catch has been trying to illegally undermine the upcoming twenty, twenty US election accusing dirk catch of spreading false and unsubstantiated narratives about US officials authorities say this past Spring Dirk has released a series of heavily edited audiotapes decide to. In the US presidential race, some of those tapes attempting to smear Democratic candidate Joe Biden and his son Hunter ABC's Pierre Thomas. Some people deny there's any attempt by Russia to interfere in the election ABC News Senior Congressional correspondent Mary Bruce has a new whistle has come forward alleging he was told to withhold that information probably former top official at the Department of Homeland. Security says, the trump administration tried to quote sensor or manipulate intelligence for political gain Brian Murphy says he was told to stop producing intelligence reports on Russian interference in the two thousand, twenty election in part because it quote made the President Look Bad. Now, we know from US intelligence that Russia. is trying to spread misinformation to try and boost the president's reelection chances. But Murphy says he was told to stand down on reporting the Russian threat. He says, the order came directly from the Acting Secretary Chad. Wolf and he was told a quote specifically originated from the White House. Murphy also claims that he was told to downplay the threat posed by violent white supremacists and to instead include information in his reports on violent left-wing group so that it better matched up with the president's public comments on this. Now, the White House says that Murphy's whistleblower complaint is based on false allegations that he adjusts flatly denying these claims and Democrats are outraged and investigating they're calling. To testify later this month ABC's Mary. Bruce it's illegal to vote twice an election but one state is investigating cases of double voting in the primary fills Georgia investigating voters casting two ballots one via mail, and another on election day we have found potentially one thousand cases of double voting here in Georgia Secretary of State Brad Ravensburger says the cases we're in about one hundred counties during the June ninth primary and runoff elections on August eleventh. He says some of the alleged double votes were recorded, but they did not impact the outcome of the election Lionel MOYSE ABC News a federal court finds that President Trump's attempt to exclude unauthorized immigrants from the census count violates. The law three judge panel in New York says, the commerce secretary can't leave out people who are living in the country illegally from census population totals which are used to determine congressional seats. The judges say those living in the country illegally do qualify to be counted, but the judges didn't say whether President Trump's July order violated the constitution, the ACLU calling this a huge victory for voting immigration rights census count is sent to wrap at the end of September Andy Field ABC News. The Justice Department is seeking to take over president trump's defense in a defamation case brought by advice columnist e Jean. Carroll Attorney General William Bar officials who are elected hand answer press questions. While they're in office even if those questions relate to their personal activity. and could bear upon their personal fitness. is in.

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"brent hearst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 6 months ago

"brent hearst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Names of the 2753 victims was recorded at the official commemoration, Remond Brent Hearst and read in person at an alternate ceremony nearby, isn't it just That we read their names out loud. The remembrance of one unimaginable event altered by another Aaron Carter. Ski ABC NEWS New YORK Now locally, Governor Charlie Baker today at the State House of lowering the American flag to half staff, remembering the victims from Massachusetts and across the country in those attacks 19 years ago, Lieutenant Governor Karen Palito, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, attorney general More Healy, all coming together to read the names of the 206 victims from Massachusetts. Now tonight at five o'clock, the Massachusetts fallen firefighters memorial ceremony will be held this year as it always is, but this time around, it will be virtual because of covert 19. 12 47. Other stories were watching today, of course, the virus, causing plenty of employment disruption. Many of us now out job hunting in a pretty tough economy, but W W. B C's Jim McKay explains. It's important to know your right. If you have kids balancing a job search with kids learning remotely can be tough. But remember, it's none of a potential employers. Business perspective Higher meant all the other requirements, but was not offered the job because she is a mother. I would encourage that person to seek the advice of a lawyer, ELISA filming is apart. Nerd Rodman Employment Law, which deals with many situations that arise in the workplace. And with the threat of covert 19 older perspective, employees can also be susceptible to discrimination. There's attention here because the CDC has identified those who are over 65 or older being at a greater risk of contracting Cove it nonetheless, the employer cannot make any decisions about the person's employment or employability, based on their age. Always know your rights, and if something arises, you can always seek legal advice. Jim McKay W. B. C. Boston's news radio last night the NFL kick Of the 2020 season in Kansas City, But it was the fans who lit up social media around 17,000 Chiefs fans filed into Arrowhead Stadium for a mast and socially distance start to the NFL season. The Chiefs were on the field during the national anthem, while the Houston Texans remained in the locker room when the Texans emerged from the tunnel at the conclusion of the anthem, please join us in a moment of silence dedicated to the ongoing fight for equality in our country. Then came the booze has heard on NBC. Chief's quarterback Pat Mahomes. After the game. I.

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"brent hearst" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"brent hearst" Discussed on KNSS

"S news now i'm bill hildebrand currently a thunderstorm and some light rain in the wichita area and seventy three degrees the fight to split california into three states heats up in court fox's joel nato has that story and environmental group the planning and conservation league filed a lawsuit this week to stop proposition nine which calls for splitting california into three states the group says splitting the state would undermine california's tough environmental laws but the mercury news is reporting advocates for it are asking the state's high court to keep the proposal on the november ballot saying taking it off now with deny voters a say in how they're governed the propositions backed by silicon valley venture capitalist tim draper who says breaking up into three states would mean more manageable state governments jill nato fox news to people were sharply thursday afternoon in northwest wichita across the street from evergreen park officer charlie davidson says police found shell casings and blood in a parking lot north of twenty fifth and our kansas a male and female had arrived on our kansas in a red suv agreeing to purchase methamphetamine silver suv arrived in the parking lot and met with the victims during this preplanned drug transaction a disturbance ensued and multiple shots were fired the shooting victims were found a couple blocks away in the twenty six hundred block of north jackson a thirty year old woman suffered bullet graze wounds to both of her legs at a twenty eight year old man had bullet fragment injuries to his face upon released from the hospital the man who had been shot was arrested and booked into jail on an illegal weapons charge because he was in possession of brass knuckles one person has died following a highway crash near selena it happened just after five friday afternoon on westbound i seventy near mile marker two fifty five between passenger vehicle and a semi a highway patrol reports that a strong wind gusts caused an eastbound semi to go out of control and jack knife into the westbound lanes colliding with a passenger vehicle the man who died was identified as sixty year old harry taylor of selena the driver of the semi was not injured dan o'neill kagan ss news bill roy with the wichita business journal reports the wichita city council voted this past tuesday to approve issuing industrial revenue bonds for a south wichita low income housing project the eastwood apartments south of kellogg and oliver have been neglected developers brent hearst and dave murphy bought the apartments and plan to renovate.

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