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"97 7. Stay connected, stay informed. Good morning on this Friday. It is September 15th at 502. We have mostly clear skies and 59 degrees right now in downtown Seattle. Along with Brian Calvert, I'm Amanda Factor. And here's what's happening. The Olympia School District is bringing school resource officers back to campus. This move comes after two recent incidents in which students brought weapons to school. We get the update from Northwest News Radio's Carlene Johnson. The school board adopted the policy at last night's meeting after taking public comments, not all of them in of support having armed officers on campus. This high school junior told the board as a young black man, he thinks he'll be targeted by officers. I as a student am not at all comfortable with police or anything about being. this Several parents testified in support of bringing back SROs, including a man who transferred his daughter out of Capitol High School after the recent gun incidents. The new school safety and security services program policy will ensure the SROs have complete training before they interact with students. Like many districts, it 2020 was in the wake of the backlash against police following George Floyd's murder that Olympia moved SROs. Carlene Johnson, Northwest News Radio. Washington State Ferry's busy Edmonds -Kingston route is down to a single vessel and officials are unsure when that second boat will be restored. We get the update this from morning Northwest News Radio's Corwin Haake. All day Wednesday and again on Thursday, a mechanical problem kept the Spokane out of service. Now it appears the problem continues into today with an alternate sailing schedule in place that could mean hours -long wait times to cross via the single boat in service. Ferry spokesperson Diana Rhodes tells the Evert Herald the Spokane is suffering from a generator issue and that timing on its return to service is uncertain. The interruption comes just as full service was restored to the Seattle -Beambridge Island run. A week -long car ban on that route sent many drivers north to crowd onto the Edmonds boats. Corwin Haake, Northwest News Radio. And you're listening to
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"His best friend Max. And that's this installment of Super Pets. Brian Calvert, Northwest News Radio. Your stock charts .com money update on News Radio 1000 FM 97 .7. A morning rebound attempt fizzled out and stocks finished in the red for fourth a straight day leading the indexes with sizable losses for the week. Today the Dow industials fell 106 points. The S &P 500 eased 10 and the Nasdaq composite slipped 12. Credit card companies are racking up losses at the fastest pace in almost 30 years outside of the great recession of 2008 and 9. Goldman Sachs says the losses have rapidly been rising since the first quarter of last year and are likely from far over. Losses currently stand at 3 .63 % up one and a half percentage points bottom from the and Goldman sees them rising another 1 .3 percentage points to 4 .93%. All of said this a time Americans owe more than $1 trillion on credit cards a record money now one week in and the United Auto Workers strike is expanding to more plants and more cities unable to come to an agreement with the big three on a new contract that includes higher pay shorter hours and benefits. more ABC's Faith Aboubay is with workers in Wayne Michigan. At this point doctor tells us the fair contract but he warns consumers could feel the impact the customer is directly infected right you might need some windshield wipers they're not going to be coming because we pick the parts that get them there and what do you say to those consumers who may not be able to get their vehicles repairs or get the parts they need. I'm sorry to the consumers I mean know I it's not their fault but it's really corporate greed they making the money they could pay us. Auto workers are still pushing all three companies for that forty percent pay increase over four years. President Biden is wading directly into the United Auto Workers strike joining workers on the picket line ABC News White House correspondent Karen Travers has more. President Biden says he'll go to Michigan on Tuesday for auto workers from the UAW. The president made the announcement on X the site formerly known as Twitter writing that he'll quote stand in solidarity with the men and women of UAW as they fight for a fair share of the value they helped create. Biden Mr. adding quote it's time for a win win agreement that keeps American auto manufacturing thriving with well paid UAW jobs Karen Travers ABC News Washington the U .S. pledges more aid to combat the lawlessness on Haiti these are your world headlines from ABC News. Secretary of State Blinken says the U .S. will provide millions more in financial and security aid and he thanked Kenya for being willing to send in up to a thousand police. We support Kenya's vision for a three -part security mission providing operational support to the Haitian National Police to combat the gangs ensuring static security of key installations and thoroughfares and strengthening the Haitian National Police for the long term. Blinken is also calling on the Security Council to pass a resolution soon authorizing a security mission to the country. Ukrainian President Council to address the Canadian Parliament as part of campaign to try to bolster waning support from Western and China in Syria have announced the formation of a strategic partnership. Chinese leader Xi kicked off a series of diplomatic meetings ahead of the upcoming Asian Games. Tom Rivers at at the ABC News foreign desk in London. Northwest traffic traffic from the High Performance Homes Traffic Center in Woodinville concerts happening tonight at Chateau Michelle. Saint So lots of traffic coming up in the area in Seattle Fremont. Two lanes on February. Closed southbound near 2nd during construction work and going from Seattle eastbound on 92 is a quad will 14 take minutes. Our next with this traffic in 904. The news radio forecast from the Northwest Crawl Space Services Weather Center ball starts
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"Says George point are this one is smaller has protruding eyes and exquisitely long mandibles. And while we're talking length check out Proto's 8 meter antenna four times the length of its body. So they found a new beetle we never knew existed. We don't need a fifth beetle. No offense to Mr. Preston or Mr. Cliff depending on whose historical account you subscribe to. The best actually this beetle is kind of a big deal a in certain room the bedroom. George writes point are not Harrison. In our new specimen the cetyl sex patches and the fortarzi probably produced pheromones attracted that females and then he writes this longer antenna means a wider reach increasing the likelihood of encountering a female and of course the longer antenna the bigger the... I'm just gonna stop there. Thanks to some prehistoric amber we had evidence of a new beetle and a fun excuse to play of some our favorite beetle tunes. Oh, I love to you. Brian Calvert, Northwest News Radio. Northwest News Times 613 and a reminder to double check that receipt the next time you head to the supermarket or even if you have those groceries delivered. Jill McCormick placing a 282 dollar delivery order at her local Kroger in suburban Cincinnati on the market's app. When her bank tipped her off that she was charged more than $2 ,700. My heart stopped because I'm thinking panic mode. McCormick claims Kroger said a refund could take 7 to 10 business days and offered a $20 dollar gift card that up the offer to a $250 gift card. She didn't take it. I'm not looking for that.
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"Aren't the only animals frolicking in this particular LA neighborhood. On a recent afternoon Bailey was outside when a coyote suddenly appeared. In a flash the wild animal attacked the small dog. If Max wasn't playing with Bailey the kitty always has an eye on his canine friend. The feline sprang into action and charged the coyote. Mad Max began hissing and swiping at the attacker who must have been a surprised and be dumbfounded that the kitty was on the offense. Whatever it the was coyote dropped the dog and ran away. Bailey is a little shaken but recovering just his best friend Max. And that's this installment of Super Pets. Brian Calvert, Northwest News Radio. Your
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"In downtown Seattle along with Brian Calvert. Factor and here's what's happening. Got your ballot turned in yet. It's primary election day here in Washington state. It is an off election. year So we think we'll get around 30 % statewide. Usually sometimes King County gets a little higher than that, but we expect about 30%. Secretary of State Steve Hobbs Seattle says in particular could see a much higher turnout because of the interest in city council races. Remember in order for ballot your to be counted, it must be postmarked by today or dropped in a ballot drop box by eight o 'clock tonight. Our state will challenge portions of Idaho's restrictive abortion ban. We get details live from Northwest News Radio's Jeff Pojola. Well, specifically provision the that makes it a crime to transport a pregnant minor out of state to receive abortion care. Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson, who is also running for governor, by the way, announced that he and 19 other state AGs are suing, saying Idaho duly is restricting a constitutional right to travel between states. They want the law struck down for abortions in federal court to do just that. Idaho has some of the most restrictive abortion laws in the country modeled after Texas's laws. Now, Idaho Governor Brad Little and AG Raul Labrador have been largely silent on challenges to the law, they saying won't comment on pending litigation. We've also reached out to Hillary France and Dave Reichert, who, like Ferguson, are for running governor here in Washington, but have not heard back. At the update desk, Jeff Pojola, Northwest News Radio. Seattle City Council member Shama Sawant's own renters right committee failed to endorse her rent control measure. Today, a full council vote offers the proposed ordinance one last chance. We get the update this morning from Northwest News Radio's Corwin Jake. Supporters of the veteran council member and her rent control trigger law regard today's vote as an existential moment. We must vote for rent control if we want to save our city. That man and many other rent control advocates packed City Hall 11 days ago for a committee vote on the measure could that someday cap rent hikes citywide at the rate of inflation only. The committee chaired by Sawant rejected the measure 32. Council President Deborah Juarez. I cannot, unfortunately, support this this trigger law as it is. She pointed out if it passed saw once measure would have no effect unless and until state lawmakers repeal the state's long -standing ban on local rent control measures saw argues one a Seattle trigger law would apply pressure on lawmakers to do just that. The full council meets this afternoon to hear further public comment followed by council discussion and a decisive final vote. Corwin Haake, Northwest News Radio. It's 504 and time to check your traffic. Something we do every 10 minutes on the force from the High Performance Homes Traffic Center. It's time to say good morning to our Kira friend Jordan. And good morning Brian and Amanda. So we're working with a couple of blocking problems already including a crash in Puyallup on eastbound 512. It is east of Pioneer and the left lane is currently blocked. And this is what has you backed up so heavily beginning just east of 94th. And then I'm just hearing of a brand new stall in the south center area southbound 405 right at I -5. That is blocking in the right lane. I'm not seeing too much of a backup there at least not yet. If you are traveling westbound State Route 16 and you're coming out of that burly area and toward Bethel we're seeing some delays as you're heading through there. I do believe that be might due to road work. I see that valley freeway crowding northbound 167 right as you're approaching 405 and bit a of little hesitation on westbound highway 410 right as you're about to reach that valley freeway. Our next northwest traffic at 514. Another beautiful day on the way our forecast is sponsored by northwest crawlspace services and here's meteorologist Kristin Clark warming up for the first few days of August.
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"Girl the family's two dogs followed the girl out the front door and stayed with her for her big adventure when she was found she was sleeping using the smaller of the two dogs as a pillow while the larger dog close by keeping watch her parents now keep the front door locked and the family dogs they've been boarded with treats and hugs for their loyalty and protection story number two involves moose the great pyrenees for some unknown reason moose had been surrendered at his local animal shelter the shelter that was pretty pretty darn crowded so dog lovers sheila and chris janes decided to become a foster family for moose as he awaited his new forever home they opened their hearts and their house and moose was grateful two days into his stay with the shane's janes family word came that someone was ready to adopt moose sheila and chris were thrilled and a little sad to to see their big boy go after such a short time so they planned a grand send -off the couple spent the day spoiling moose moose with ice cream, a long walk in the park, a chicken sandwich, the cherry on top moose was invited to spend his and his final night with the janes family aboard their houseboat as everyone slept it was moose who first notice something wasn't quite right he began barking a lot of barking waking sheila chris who turned and looked out the window to see the boat next door engulfed in flames and the fire had just jumped on to their boat thanks to their grateful foster and one moose of an alarm they had enough time to get out of their boat and to a safe spot on the dock with no spike behind them and finally while dogs have been saving the today so far our heroes are not always canine los angeles a big metropolitan place home to all kinds of relationships best friends bailey and max are neighbors and they managed time daily to play together daily is a small terrier mix max a seven -year -old kun cat ever heard of those it's a large breed kitty weighing over 12 pounds in most cases bailey and max aren't the only animals frolicking in this particular la neighborhood on a recent afternoon bailey was outside when a coyote the kitty suddenly appeared in a flash the wild animal attacked the small dog if max wasn't playing with bailey the kitty always always has an eye on his canine friend the feline sprang into action and charged the coyote mad max began hissing and swiping at the attacker who must have been a surprised and be dumbfounded the kitty was that on the the offense whatever it was the coyote dropped the dog and ran away haley's a little shaken taken but recovering just fine thanks to his best friend max next this installment that's brian calvert northwest news radio 150 time time for our stockcharts for .com money update here's jim tesco morning rebound attempt fizzled out and stocks finished the red for a fourth straight day leading the indexes with sizable losses for the week today the dow industrials fell 106 points the s &p 500 eased 10 and the nasdaq composite slipped 12 credit card companies are racking up losses at the fastest pace in almost 30 years outside of the great recession of 2008 and nine goldman sachs says the losses have rapidly been rising since the first quarter of last year and are and are likely far from over losses currently stand at three point six three percent up one -and -a -half percentage points from the bottom and goldman sees them rising another 1 .3 percentage points to 4 .93 all of this at a time americans owe more than one trillion dollars on credit cards a record high that's your money now money news the 20 and 50 passed every hour and we have an update it's john carlson i bet you feel like i do done with covid culture done with cold weather time to hit the open road i'm thrilled i'm gonna be doing it on my indian motorcycle america's first motorcycle is now an american classic you should be on one too and the place to find them is that my favorite dealership one of america's biggest and best linwood
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"Information station with Manda Factor and Brian Calvert sponsored by ApolloPlumbing .com. Frank Lenzi is at the editor's desk on this Monday morning. It's 5 46. The male suspect accused of fatally shooting four people in Georgia has been killed following a manhunt. Authorities made the announcement yesterday that quote the monster is dead. Law enforcement tracked down the man to a location in the area and exchanged gunfire with him twice before he was, they say, neutralized. The suspect had been accused of killing three men and one woman Saturday Hampton. in That's about 30 miles south of Atlanta. With the Iowa caucuses still six months away, Florida Governor Ron Santos is trailing former President Trump by 33 points among Republican voters. So does he have time to salvage his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination? Let's ask ABC News political analyst Steve Roberts. He's on our Northwest News line. Steve, how do you answer that question? With a resounding maybe, but with a tilt toward the negative because you mentioned he's 33 points behind. Well, January, in he was only 13 points behind Donald Trump in the national polls, which shows he's moving in the wrong direction. And out on the campaign trail, he simply has not found the narrative. He hasn't found the theme. You know, one commentator said that DeSantis has portrayed as Trump without chaos. It turns out, she's wrote that he's Trump without charisma. And look, on paper, DeSantis is a great candidate. He won Florida twice. He's 44 years old. He's 32 years younger than Trump. He's got a beautiful wife who was a TV star. He's got telegenic children, 20 degrees, naval officer. But you play the political game on the field. You've got to be able to with connect voters nationally, and he hasn't been able to do it so far. In your opinion, how does he turn that around? I'm not sure. I mean, Donald Trump says he needs a personality transplant and that DeSantis needs one. And you know what? Donald Trump says a lot of things that are not true, but that's one that pretty comes close to the truth. And he's got to find a way to connect to people on a personal level. He's got to be bold and aloof on the campaign trail. He's got to loosen up. He's got to figure out a way to tell the story that people relate to. But the other thing he's doing that I think is a little odd is he's trying to run to the of right Donald Trump on social issues. He's promoting the fact that in Florida he signed a law that would ban abortions after six weeks, which is one of the most stringent in the whole But country. is there a lane to the right of Donald Trump in Republican primary politics? I'm not sure there's a lane. I don't think there's even a shoulder, let alone a lane, a full lane there. I think it's politically a poor decision. And one reflection of that is this week, he's going to give his first and at the beginning of his first interview to a mainstream news organization, to CNN and Jake Tapper. And that tells me that he's trying to revamp his strategy and have a more broad based appeal than just looking right to of the the Republican hardcore primary voters. Thanks for weighing in, Steve. We appreciate it. ABC News political it's 550. This is your stock charts .com money update. Some retailers are concluding that free shipping comes at too great a cost. Macy's, Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus and Abercrombie and Fitch are among the merchants that have raised the bar for spending for consumers to get orders shipped free as companies look to shore up their profit margins. The average minimum order threshold for retailers to offer free shipping rose to $64 this year from 52 in 2019.
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"42 degrees in Renton it's 50 Tacoma right now 44 downtown and in downtown Seattle we mostly have clear skies and 52 degrees. Newsradio 1000 FM 97 .7 your information station with Manda Factor and Brian Calvert sponsored by Muckleshoot Casino and Frank Lindsay's at the editor's desk on this friday morning it's 5 16. The united auto workers strike against the big three u .s automakers continues today is the deadline set by UAW president Sean Fain and we'll see more workers headed to the picket lines if progress is not made unpaid medical bills may soon be removed from your credit reports and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said yesterday it expects to issue a proposed rule next year that would bar consumer credit companies from including medical debts on those credit reports. President Biden welcomed Ukrainian president Zelensky to the White House yesterday Biden pledged more air defense and artillery support for Ukraine a reporter asked Zelensky if he's confident congress will come through. President Biden jumped into response. I'm counting on a good judgment of the United States Congress there's no alternative. On the Northwest News line with us ABC White News House correspondent Karen Travers. Karen that was an interesting conversation yesterday. Yeah and you know there was sort of like the awkward moment of Zelensky not knowing if he should answer the question was certainly directed at him but of course President Biden is the host at the event but I think for the president there you know be trying to give an assurance but also saying he's counting on the good judgment of the US Congress. That's not a guarantee but saying there that is no alternative to get this other than getting this funding through. The administration has asked for billion dollars for Ukraine. They want this approved by Congress by the end of next week September 30th because otherwise there will be what national security adviser Jake Sullivan called a sliding scale of disruption in the ability of the US to continue giving assistance security or humanitarian assistance to after Ukraine September 30th. There were a lot of questions yesterday to Sullivan about you know how this will work. Is the money just gonna run out on September 30th? He seemed to suggest that they do have things they can move around to keep things going a bit but they need this if there will be a continuity of what the US can provide and you know the message from the president all week has been this is not the time to get wobbly on support for Ukraine from the US and other allies that have to stay strong because Russia cannot be allowed to succeed there. Did President Zelensky eventually talk about whether or not he's confident in Congress? He didn't answer that question it was just President Biden that did but hear when they were meeting in the Oval Office at their first meeting the president President Zelensky told President in that he found trust and support from both the House and Senate and he said he was grateful for that that he went up to Congress to thank lawmakers and to thank people of America for the big huge support as he put it and he said that there was trust there and it allowed them to have a frank and constructive dialogue. Karen what's on the president's agenda today as we head into the weekend? The president today is going to be announcing the first ever White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention. This is going to be an office overseen by Vice President that Harris is going to be focused on speeding up the implementation of the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act and other executive action the president has taken and looking for ways that the president can take more executive action to prevent gun violence. The senior administration official told us that the mandate from the president right now is do more. He thinks right now is the time to accelerate work to reduce gun violence. Karen thanks the for updates. Have a great weekend. ABC's White House correspondent Karen Travers. Oklahoma executed its third prisoner of 2023 this week Anthony Sanchez was sentenced to death for the 1996 assault and murder of a local college student on Thursday. The state executed him by lethal injection. It's 520. And that's time to get to your stockcharts .com money update. The UAW is threatening to expand its strike today against GM Ford and Stellantis. Analysts say if the strike expands to larger plants with more workers key and products it's a sign the union is unhappy and looking to inflict more financial pain on the automakers. Facilities such as GM's Fort Wayne, Indiana plant that makes Chevrolet Silverados is a key one to watch. Show us Stellantis sterling heights assembly plant in Michigan which builds Dodge Ram trucks. The soaring popularity of China shopping platforms Timu and Xian among U .S. customers has caught Amazon off guard. While Amazon for years has contended with challenges from rivals such as Walmart and Target it's now trying to figure out how to respond to the new rivals. The Wall Street Journal says Amazon hasn't taken steps to match the prices of on items Timu. That's your money now Jennifer Kaczynka Northwest News Radio. On the Wall Street futures are mostly higher this morning the Dow futures are up 54 the S &P futures up 13 and the Nasdaq are futures up 78. It's 521 we'll get an update on traffic and weather next. On the way home date and unwind the afternoon news with Kim Sheppard and Rick Van Size. Stay connected stay be informed with news radio 1000 FM 97 7 your
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"To drive south of 60th Street in Manhattan. Mass transit official Janet Lieber says it'll lead to... Less congestion, better air quality, safer streets. You're listening to ABC News. Newsradio 1000 FM 97 .7. Stay connected, stay informed. Good morning on this Tuesday it is June 27th and at 5 .02 we have 56 degrees in downtown Seattle. Along with Brian Calvert, I'm Amanda Factor here's and what's happening. Oregon's most populated county is suing several fossil fuel companies blaming them the for deadly heat dome that smothered the Northwest two summers ago. This suit seeks an eye -popping 50 billion dollars as we hear from Northwest News Radio's Corwin Haake. This time two years ago SeaTac Airport recorded a high temperature of 108 degrees as a days -long heat wave enveloped the Northwest. At the same time Portland melted under under 112 degrees. We saw 69 people die in Multnomah County. Jessica Vega Peterson including BP, Shell, Chevron and Exxon. County Attorney Courtney Lord says the lawsuit will do two things. It will declare climate change a public nuisance in Multnomah County and secondly it will authorize the Office the of County Attorney to initiate an action seeking legal remedies for damages. The suit seeks 50 million in actual damages, 1 .5 billion in future damages and a 50 dollar billion abatement fund to in the lawsuit's words weatherproof the county from future extreme heat events. The industry is pushing back and Exxon spokesperson tells CNBC quote suits like these waste time resources and do nothing to address climate change. Haake Corwin Northwest News Radio. And now a group of university researchers is offering strategies to help local governments prepare for future episodes of extreme heat. We get this part of the story from Northwest News Radio's Carleen Johnson. Multiple days over 100 and that just can't happen. Former Como TV meteorologist Scott Sistek told the Washington Historical Society they saw the heat dome coming on forecast models, but thought those models must be going haywire. This was a heat wave that went beyond the scope of any local meteorologist. Few national meteorologist would even think was remotely possible here. New research findings from the University of Washington, Gonzaga, Department the of Health and the state climatologist offer ways to prevent the loss of life in future excessive heat waves. Official estimates say 126 Washington deaths that year were due to heat related causes, but in the deaths of another 450 people, excluding Covid deaths, he played an indirect role. The group says local health jurisdictions, state agencies need to start planning for the next heat wave. Climate models project the number of extreme heat days will increase, such that by the 2050s, Western Washington could 17 see to 27 super heat days each year. Carleen Johnson, Northwest News Radio. It's 504. And that means it's time to check your traffic, something we do every 10 minutes on the force the from high performance homes traffic center. Let's say good morning to our friend Kiera Jordan. And good morning, Brian and Amanda. So it looks like we just cleared a crash that was in
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"In some places. They're cleaning up Indiana in today following a weekend of tornadoes. At least one of them was deadly severe weather, also hitting parts of downed trees and power lines. The Coast Guard heading up the investigation into the submersible that imploded last week with five people on board. They had gone to view the wreckage of the Titanic. I'm Sherry Preston, ABC News. News radio traffic from the High Performance Homes Traffic Center in Lake Stevens. There's construction going on for both directions of Highway 9 between Lundin Parkway and Highway 204. That'll last until Wednesday. Also in Bellevue, there's road work on East Route 520, which affects the on and off ramps heading to and from 148th Avenue. That'll finish up by 5 in the morning and your drive time from Windermill to Monroe is at 14 minutes. Kirk McCormick, Northwest News Radio Traffic. News traffic and weather updates weekday morning and be listening for more stories and interviews to help you make sense of it all. The morning news with manufacturer and me, Brian Calvert on News Radio traffic.
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"Morning rewind with Brian Calvert and Manda Factor there's new reports that former President Trump rejected a possible settlement with the Justice Department to avoid an indictment in the classified documents probe the Washington Post is now saying one of Trump's attorneys wanted to quietly negotiate a in deal the case but that Trump was not interested after hearing advice from other attorneys who suggested fighting the well prosecution the former president has been pretty defiant this week after pleading not guilty to the federal charges prosecutors say he illegally took classified documents from the White House I'm not the one who thinks I'm above the law I'm the one that followed the law I'm the only one on the Northwest News line ABC News crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett and Brad I think a lot of people are trying to figure the out former president's way of thinking in this case and I think you might bring an interesting perspective yeah as a retired FBI profiler I mean take it take a step into his mind if you will what where is he coming from with his arguments in this case well I think it without spending lot a of time talking about why I think he has developed the personality that he has which would have started in childhood you know lack of emotional support lack of forming any sort of empathy which I think that is part true but let's just jump forward as to why he makes these decisions it's that I think he looks at people through a lens of how what they how they can make make him look better make him wealthier make him whatever it might be in other words it's all about me and I think he feels entitled he feels entitled to have taken these documents he feels entitled to have kept them despite what the law and regulations say about that and that the idea that somebody is going to demand a former president to turn over classified documents he thinks is just not right and he's just going to hold onto to him I mean this whole case never would have occurred if he had turned them over I mean would there have been no charges pursued I mean this is fairly common for some not the volume he has but some classified documents to end up with former presidents I mean president biden vice president pence and president clinton had inadvertently taken documents and they just turned him right back over and he didn't on and then he makes all these two statements and then you know it's it's sometimes it's not what you do is the the cover up you cause to to you know deflect and to to move things around you so the people can't find the documents and according to government he did that all I mean even compromising one of his own lawyers who now I suppose begrudgingly is a government witness so it's to your point or your question is that I really think he can't help himself that this is just how he functions and I think it's people just at least need to understand that they could like him they can dislike him that's totally obviously up to them either way is fine but this is how he does function and there's really little empathy or caring about others it's all about his power and his ability to like those around him although these criminal charges are I think catching them. up with Brad we always appreciate your perspective thanks for making time for us this morning ABC News crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett on the Northwest News Live.
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"You know brian calvert northwest news radio you're not chair dancing right now i don't know all all right northwest news time 639 for the first time in 15 months the federal reserve has decided not to raise interest rates while the fed may be pausing this time around this doesn't mean they're done raising interest rates so we could indeed see another hike at their july meeting or their september inflation because remember is not where the fed wants it to be the target for the fed is to get inflation down to two percent it's getting better the pace of inflation is slowing but it's still at four percent the move ends a streak of 10 10 consecutive rate hikes since march of 2022 with each passing year fewer people are paying by check as americans have largely switched over to credit cards debit payments or payment apps despite that abc's jim ryan says criminals are still successfully targeting paper checks for theft the treasury department's financial crimes enforcement network finson received six hundred eighty thousand reports of check fraud last year nearly twice as many as the year before the agency says that increasingly criminal organizations and not individuals are involved in stealing envelopes from mailboxes opening the ones they think might contain checks and then changing the name of recipient the and depositing those checks into their own accounts one theft ring in california involved almost sixty people accused of committing five million dollars in check fraud jim ryan abc news sports next are you taking good care of your eyes as we mature it becomes more and more important to make sure we get in for regular i appointments this is brian calvert and that's where i tend to get a little immature you see i can't handle that puff of air or or when they dilate your eyes you know something the i appointment has come a long way i am so happy i found doctor dana and her friendly crew at urban eyes from the moment i walked in i felt welcome and at ease my my i check up was easy and the best part no puff of air and no dilating look if you haven't seen an amatrist in a while you owe it to your eyes to go see my new friends at urban eyes doctor dana's care and compassion is abundantly clear and she explains things in the way a friend would i haven't even mentioned their selection of designer frames personal care and attention from exams to beautiful new frames in one of the nicest stores you'll ever step foot into this place truly is a site for sore eyes urban eyes right off i 405 in kirkland check urban them out online at my urban eyes dot com my urban eyes dot com northwest news time 641 let's check in with bill swartz for a beacon plumbing sports update the mariners above can move sea level by sinking the marlins after early june struggles seattle finding its winning blueprint during stand the home solid starting pitching some home run power but hey the mariners have won back to back games earlier season this what's different uh it certainly feels
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"New royal figurehead for a few other countries, including our neighbors to the north, and his northwest news radio's Brian Calvert reports, his Canadian reception may be a cool one. You've likely noticed the queen's likeness on their money, but did you know Canadian leaders actually swear allegiance to Britain's royalty? That's interesting to note because now that there's a new king in town, Canadians are no longer playing coy about their true feelings. The royal family represents an institution that Canadians just don't really have much of a connection to. One that they view as something rather outdated. Shacha curl with the Angus Reid institute where they recently pulled Canadians and found while the majority tolerated the reign of Queen Elizabeth, 60% aren't interested in embracing Charles as king. Suggests Canada ditched the monarchy altogether. Maybe it should go to somebody who is actually made a difference in Canada. It's about time we think some of that jump shows we've made earlier on because this is 2023. Ouch, so much for being polite, eh? Tom frieda is with citizens for a Canadian republic. He tells CBC news, Canadians have gradually been coming around to the idea that it's an indignity to Canada to have a head of state who lives on another continent in a castle who isn't Canadian. Yet all parties no longer interested in British royals realize the road to a republic is paved with constitutional provisional and historical roadblocks. Errol Mendez of the university of Ottawa. It's the strongest amending formula that has to be used, which is pretty daunting. So it would appear King Charles has some marketing and image improvement work ahead of him in the great white north. But this task pales in comparison to his wife, according to the same Reed poll, 66% of Canadians aren't interested in recognizing Camilla as queen. 60% refused to even call her queen. Brian Calvert, northwest news radio. Northwest traffic from the high performance homes traffic center. Four O 5 north and Kirkland looks like that accident at 70th place has been cleared. I'm not seeing any blaze. Bonnie Lake, though, when 20th street reigns fully closer to a car crash into a power pole causing downed wires between two 18th avenue and Prairie ridge. The support of sponsor by the
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"The north, and as northwest news radio's Brian Calvert reports, his Canadian reception may be a bit chilly. You've likely noticed the queen's likeness on their money, but did you know Canadian leaders actually swear allegiance to Britain's royalty? That's interesting to note because now that there's a new king in town, Canadians are no longer playing coy about their true feelings. The royal family represents an institution that Canadians just don't really have much of a connection to, one that they view as something rather outdated. Shacha curl would be Angus Reed institute where they recently pulled Canadians and found while the majority tolerated the reign of Queen Elizabeth 60% aren't interested in embracing Charles as king. Suggests Canada ditched the monarchy altogether. Maybe it should go to somebody who is actually made a difference in Canada. It's about time we think some of the assumptions we've made earlier because this is 2023. Ouch, so much for being polite, eh? Tom frieda is with citizens for a Canadian republic. He tells CBC news, Canadians have gradually been coming around to the idea that it's an indignity to Canada to have a head of state who lives on another continent in a castle who isn't Canadian. Yet all parties no longer interested in British royals realize the road to a republic is paved with constitutional provisional and historical roadblocks. Errol Mendez of the university of Ottawa. It's the strongest amending formula that has to be used, which is pretty daunting. So it would appear King Charles has some marketing and image improvement work ahead of him in the great white north. But this task pales in comparison to his wife, according to the same Reed poll, 66% of Canadians aren't interested in recognizing Camilla as queen. 60% refused to even call her queen. Brian Calvert, northwest news radio. Hi, I'm doctor Dana kinberg, optometrist. I often wonder why people don't go to the eye doctor. At urban eyes, we've created a space that eases all eye anxiety. We just want to help you see better and look amazing doing it. At urban eyes, we help your health as well as your eyes. No stress, just clear vision, stylish looks and
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"The top stories from the Coma. 24 7 News center. Well, we were waiting for the new number of coronavirus cases from the state Health Department, and since Friday, they've tallied. 9400 new cases in this state, along with 63 more deaths. 292 more hospitalizations. Coronavirus patients now account for 35% of our state's ICU bed occupancy. A little more than 56% of the total state population is now fully vaccinated, Washington Hospital Association says We're at the worst peak of serious cases of covid since the pandemic began, and frontline nurses and doctors say it doesn't have to be this way more from commerce Keith Eldridge in Tacoma or patients are on the ventilators this week. 260 people versus 2 51 from the previous week. 95% of Covid 19 patients needing hospital care are those who are unvaccinated. That's heartbreaking for Saint Joseph, ICU nurse Zach Duris. It's tough, I think. As the bedside nurse. Your first reaction wants to be empathy because they're sick. It's someone who's struggling at someone who is not at their best. They may very well be having their worst day. Then at the same time, there's a lot of frustration because you know that this is something that could be avoided and kind of racking my brain to try and understand what more we can do to get that message across, he says. By the time patients get to the ICU there in a very serious situation that they may not survive as we head into the fall season, there's a new push for all of us to get A flu shot. Almost Brian Calvert has more on what experts are saying about the flu season and mixing the flu vaccine with Covid booster look. Last year's flu season was met at best because we all had masks on and we were staying away from each other. This year could be the same deal. But Dr Helen Chu at UW Medicine asked, Why would you take a needless chance? Normally in the Seattle area we started seeing flew around December January in higher numbers, So you definitely want to be vaccinated in the fall this year. That's what we should do if you're in a covid high I risk category Your doctor may want to give you the flu shot and a covid vaccine booster at the same time. Go ahead and do that You can give flu and going vaccine. At the same time, Dr Santiago Nim and many others do endorse getting both vaccines at the same time. The thing that's a little challenging is if you had a reaction, let's just say Whenever you do true therapies at the same time, you might be confused as to what's causing what, But the act of getting both vaccines at once. Shouldn't be an issue otherwise, Brian Calvert common use County now says it's fair ground testing and vaccine site is under so much demand. They're being forced to limit access. As of yesterday, only those who live or work in schedule County can get vaccinated at the site. Testing has only been offered to those who have been exposed to covid or believe they have covid symptoms. Those not experiencing symptoms, but still wanting to know their status or encouraged to purchase self tests from local drugstores. And it's 7 34 right now coming up after we check traffic.
Masks or No Masks? Many Businesses Err on the Side of Caution
"But it's co most Brian Calvert found out There's at least one industry still requiring face coverings, no matter what. It seems like a no brainer to this woman. Our industry. It's still Highly recommended. She owns a salon hair, Manny's and Pettis. It's a very intimate close contact service, right? We have no way of social distancing and some appointments run longer than three hours. She's requiring masks for everyone. Other businesses are choosing to do the same and customers. If you go inside any large store around here, the majority of customers are still wearing masks. Even though we know many of them are vaccinated. Every single life is somebody somebody right and I include myself in there that my grandmother died of Covid meet Crystal Monday. She's still big on wearing a mask. Even though she's vaccinated. She knows others feel the same way for several reasons. They don't really know. Which places they can go to safely. They don't know the vaccination status of people. He's even created a website revealing what businesses in her Vancouver BC neighborhood still require masks, she tells CTV. The website went up this past weekend. By Wednesday, she had to pull the sites comment section because just as there is a vocal group still supportive of wearing a mask. There's a very vocal group that feels otherwise. And I had to pull that because people were going in and making false entries. And then, of course, putting harmful content or, you know, calling people sheep, telling them not to wear a mask. Our salon owner realizes some people are ready to ditch the face covering. She's just not comfortable taking any chances yet. I know that there will be a few people that are quite upset about it. It won't be forever. If you still feel strongly either pro or anti mask an important consideration. Perhaps everyone can agree on right now, as we make a transition is good, old fashioned capitalism. Customers can choose where they feel the most comfortable shopping and at this point there appears to be stores that cater to both sides of this ongoing conversation. Brian Calvert. Common use Comeau
Washington State Moving To Phase 3 Monday, Boosting Local Businesses
"Now to a phase three reopening today, almost Brian Calvert has a closer look at what that means. In a nutshell. Restaurants, bars, stores, gyms, theaters and your local bowling alley can now host 50% of their regular indoor capacity has been a pretty tough year. We're just so excited to be back. Trying to provide a safe, clean fun environment You have. Swanson runs West Seattle Bowl. We're looking to the future and hoping that we can keep on the path. Good pass going out, and now that they can host 50% of their capacity, Francesca Gold Mar via downtown Seattle's Asiago Restaurant says, Come on, in truly need the support now more than we ever have before. So 50% will make a great deal of difference for us also knew today in Phase three indoor church services and 50% hair salons and retail can all move to 50%. There are also fewer restrictions on weddings and funerals and endorse sports events can host fans at 50% capacity. Outdoor sports facilities could allow even Mauritz just that That number is based on the venue's size. Brian Calvert. Come on you so effective today,
Washington expanding COVID-19 vaccine eligibility on March 17
"Following just before President Biden told the country last night. He wants all adults to be able to get the covert vaccine. By May 1st Washington Governor Jay Inslee announced frontline workers will be eligible sooner than expected couples. Brian Calvert has the update. Several people told us the president's decree is offering a lot of hope, because only one state is open of vaccinations to everyone so far from the last Scott. So both of us Vaccinated and I'm only 22 Governor Inslee announced yesterday. Frontline workers and now eligible for the vaccine March 17. It does give me hope for sure People can't get vaccinated fast enough as more doses are headed our way. Seattle's first mass vaccination side of Blumenfield will open its doors tomorrow. And even though the state confirm 949 new covert cases just yesterday. The governor wants to open the doors for business is even more, he says. Washington will advance to a phase three opening March 22nd, which will allow restaurants, theaters and stores to operate it 50% of
Over 2 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine administered in Washington
"Carlos Brian Calvert has the latest now on the number of Washingtonians being vaccinated. 455 new cases of covert 19 were reported in the last day and there were 22 additional deaths. The numbers are getting lower, and it could be in part because the number of those being vaccinated just eclipsed two million to be exact. As of earlier this week. 2,065,000 plus doses of the vaccine have been putting people's arms or 80% of the vaccine supply held by the state of Washington. The majority of these are first doses, but even more promising, the governor's goal of 45,000 vaccinations in one day has actually been achieved. The numbers are growing because there are more places you can actually get the covert vaccine matter Of fact, Seattle's to city run sites in South and West Seattle are for everyone over the age of 65 starting this week, Even though we've been told sometime mid month there is still no official opening date yet for Seattle's first mass vaccination site at Blumenfield. Ryan Calvert camo news You have see teaming up with the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and T
Seattle's UW Medicine faces vaccine shortage, stops scheduling first dose appointments
"New Covert related deaths have been reported across Washington and now is call most Brian Calvert reports. Ah major vaccine provider is Forced to hit Pause. The city of Seattle is getting excited about its first major vaccination sided Blumenfield. Fire chief Harold Scoggins hopes it will build on the momentum of the thousands of vaccines they administered this past weekend taking those doses. Two people that's really important for us. That's not done without partnerships with University of Washington except that partner has now run dry. A shortage of doses has forced the University of Washington and the vaccine sites It works with to temporarily suspend appointments for first doses. This will not impact those with a previously scheduled second appointment. Shortage may be a sign of a larger distribution problem that state health officials already seemed to be addressing. For example, after Clark County complained it was discovered they were getting far fewer vaccines, and now their supply has tripled. What come county Also previously underserved is now getting more vaccine in coming days. Ryan
Seattle announces mass vaccination site at Lumen Field
"Is expected to grow a lot more in March because of a third vaccine comes Brian Calvert, with more doctors across the Northwest, say the new Johnson and Johnson vaccine changes things simply by adding a third option. Couple that with the fact you only need one dose of this vaccine, and there are now plans from or vaccination sites, we want to be a national leader and vaccinations. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin is announcing a massive effort to get this coveted shot in Maurer arms. We're going to make the vaccination sites in Rainier Beach in West Seattle permanent. We are going to be ready to stand up a mass vaccinations site at Blumenfield that the events that are there on Ben will have, as we get more vaccines will add to that, of course in the North and the condition of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is also expected to impact other vaccines sites across Washington as doses of the third option should be delivered within a week. Ryan Calvert Co. Monium Governor, Jay Inslee, signing a bill into law designed to help some of the
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"From their families, especially these days. Feel a little love this time of year. Brian Calvert colonias. Great story Happy Valentine's Day. The Snow did not stop the Seattle Fire Department from vaccinating people. Yesterday, Firefighters gave those critical second doses of the vaccine to people at an adult family home and noise Seattle meaning there now fully vaccinated. Are destroying is an empty with Seattle fire and is part of a mobile unit that is being dispatched to various sites. You can see a lot of relief. People are very not just excited about like it's a big weight in Ah load off their minds, and it's nice to finally feel like we're Going to start making a big difference and get ahead of this. The mobile vaccination unit will make their way around the city. Rain shine or snow. Come on news time is 1 40 years we Go over again to the beacon Plumbing sports test. Dave Lewis has women basketball action. It's a foul from Tempe Women's basketball Washington State has fallen to Arizona State, 67 to 61. Really the Huskies lost to number 10, Arizona 75 53 Quay, Miller 13 points, nine boards at the Australian Open. Most Serena Williams and the only Osaka have advanced 18 t Pebble Beach Fourth and Final round Nate Lashley with one stroke lead over Daniel Berger at 16 under par, lastly, through 11 holes that is maverick. McNealy, Patrick can't Lay and Jordan speed time for third place. At minus 14 on the big maple coming back for one more run James Paxton back with the Mariners, a one year contract for $8.5 million Sports attending 40 past the hour. I'm Dave Lewis Combo news. All your food is out there. I'm unwrapping a McDonald's steak, egg and cheese bagel. Look at this steak and the juice running down the sign. Got a little bit on the wrapper here and then the fluffy egg and real cheese folded over side looking just so good. Mm. Grilled onions on about a bagel. Two thumbs up from a Donald steak, egg and cheese bagel for breakfast. Love it more bump up, Uh, participate in McDonald's secondhand smoke kills more than 400 infants and 41,000.
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"On global news. I'm Brian Calvert, with what Snow and ice may mean for vaccination efforts here in our area this week. Big hospital donors to the back of the queue. I'm Corwin Hate new legislation says no more cut. Sees first Live to ABC News. Come on, Whose time 12 o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen, Democratic House impeachment managers laying out their case to senators that they should convict former President Donald Trump of inciting the insurrection of the capital. D tailing evidence over the course of these hours today, with past tweets falsely claiming that the election was stolen and urging his supporters to stop the steel try. Oh, manager Madeline Dean says it included Trump's efforts to overturn the election and ignoring dozens of court cases. Donald Trump was asking the judiciary You take away votes from Americans. So that he could steal the election for himself. His defense team will get equal time in the coming days to present their case. The former president also facing more investigations, including a criminal probe in Georgia. What are we going to do in January? 2nd then President Trump called Georgia secretary of State Bread Rations Burger and asked him to find enough votes to overturn Joe Biden's victory in the state. You have to say that you're going to reexamine it. Call me a violated several state laws, Rapids Burger has begun an administrative inquiry and now Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has asked him to preserve documents for a criminal investigation into attempts to influence the election. George is now the second state after New York in which the former president faces criminal exposure. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New York today, according to California's covert dashboard, the state of surpassed New York in the number of deaths now nearing 45,000. Nationwide deaths. They're starting to decline. Along with new case the national Seven day average of daily cases has now dropped to just under 107,000 new cases per day. The last time numbers were that low was the first week of November. Over the last month case numbers have declined by 55.8%. Along with that The national number of Americans hospitalized with covert has now fallen below 80,000 for the first time since mid November. Marco Malard ABC News You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop news continues on CO Moh news. 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon couple news time. 12 02 I'm Taylor Vance Ice. Now our top stories from the camo 24 7 News Center. Arctic air will bring freezing temperatures and ice to our region starting tomorrow, as well as the potential for snow. Come on, Brian Calvert reports. This could mean delays cancelation when it comes to covert vaccinations as vaccination clinics around the region. Try to keep up with demand. They could get another curveball later in the week, But we're just a little concerned about what the roads are gonna look like As to whether we came and get their Kathy Brash and her husband have been waiting for their turn for the vaccine. They live incarnation. With snow and ice warnings, Kathy says. They'll just stay home of it's too dangerous to drive that's saying a lot because she's waited a while already were like everybody else where you try and sign up for an appointment, and by the time you get the information entered the appointments already been taken anticipating the freezing conditions, the offer and Dr of Vaccine Clinic has already moved. It's Thursday through Saturday. Appointments to the Kent Show where center if you have an appointment for later in the week, the freezing temperatures, ice and potential for snow Mean you should check with the site before you leave your house. Brian Calvert camo neos, the UK very into the Corona virus has shown up at the University of Washington Seattle campus. A test on a student that tested positive in late January confirms the highly contagious strain. U Dub says the student has completed and isolation period and is reportedly doing well. New legislative action would help ensure big pocket hospital donors are never again pushed to the front of the vaccine line. Almost Corwin Hank explains after a newspaper investigation revealed some local hospitals may have offered the covert vaccine first to their big donors and other VIPs. Governor Inslee issued a verbal condemnation if, in fact they were giving preference to some VIPs list. That's not the way to do it. That is not acceptable for us. Now. Members of the King County Council want more Their newly passed resolution calls on the state to take legislative action to prevent future favoritism. Senate Bill 54 18 may meet that mandate if it passes, hospitals or clinics who favored donors or other bigwigs with limited supply medicines would be subject to a $10,000 fine for each a fence. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news Coming up on coma Rod reaching powers for the Environmental Justice Task Force seven. Carleen Johnson. A measure moves ahead in Olympia to give a task force far reaching authority, first to 12 before a couple traffic update from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Marina Rock, Inger. Hi, Taylor. So we're looking good. We don't have any big blocking problems. No big backups at the moment, Just a good time to be out on the road. If you do have to head somewhere, I do want to look at the mountain passes quickly. Stevens pass Highway to traction. Tires advised at the moment, both directions and I 90 Snoqualmie Pass, No restrictions. The roadways barren, dry Next couple.
UW student tests positive for highly contagious COVID variant
"Is reporting 107 more deaths from Cove in since Friday, as well as another 935 new cases of the virus. In the past 24 hours, almost Brian Calvert tells us about reports of the easier to spread covert variant on a local college campus. The variant, which is said to be much more contagious and spread much easier than earlier covert strains was discovered in a student on the University of Washington main campus. Be 117 variant was detected in the student's test from late January. An email sent to students and staff this week indicate the student is doing well and is now out of isolation. Dr Jeffrey got lead chair of the university's advisory committee on communicable Diseases, wrote the email and continued to urge the U. W community to social distance where Mass went outside the home. Wash hands frequently get tested when necessary and get vaccinated when eligible. Ryan
Grocery industry suing Seattle over new hazard-pay law
"Making an extra $4 an hour is hazard pay. But comas Brian Calvert reports the grocery store owners have now filed of their first major challenge. The federal lawsuit is Against the city of Seattle for ordering that large grocery companies pay their workers more because of the workers Risk for Cove it. The suit was filed by the Northwest Grocery Association and the Washington Food Industry Association. W F I, A president Tammy Hetrick put out the statement quote. Unfortunately, the council's unprecedented ordinance, it's unilateral action and unwillingness to work with the grocery industry has left us with no other option than to file a lawsuit against the city. The two claims here First. The plaintiffs say it interferes with union contracts, which is a federal violation. The second claims that it unfairly targets major grocers and doesn't impact smaller, locally owned stores and a Menard, spokesperson for the local grocers union is confident the higher wages legal, she tells the times. It's especially unfortunate in the middle of a pandemic. These grocery employers are going to such great lengths to avoid paying workers. Brian Calvert camo news. If the pandemic
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"Possible federal help. I'm Brian Calvert, with the lifeline that could keep their doors open. Next 30. Number of Americans filing for first time unemployment benefits dropping last week by Maura Than analysts had been expecting 779,000 claims, the Labor Department says. Down from 812,000 the week before. Tomorrow. We'll get the monthly numbers for January. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen telling ABC News this morning that passing the $1.9 trillion stimulus plan is at the top of President Biden's agenda. We've got some Half months ahead until we get control of the pandemic, but we want to make sure we've got a good strong labor market can put people back to work in the thieves, small businesses that need help. Survive. Scientists in Britain are beginning to look into whether getting two doses of the Corona virus vaccine from two different manufacturers might boost antibodies. House Democrats have to vote today on whether to strip Georgia Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments over her embrace of Cuban on conspiracy theories. Jerry Preston, ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7, It's 6 31 right now, and this is the comb All morning news for Thursday, the fourth day of February, still dry in Seattle but getting wet and other communities this morning. It's 42 degrees right now, along with Greg Marshall time at the factory near the top stories from the Coma. 24 7 News Center restaurant owners here in the Northwest are hoping the president's proposed virus relief bill is passed soon. Because he had made a $25 billion shot in the arm for their industry Get more from Cuomo's Brian Calvert Thoma Leary has done everything possible to keep the doors of his restaurant open. He has outdoor seating. He's taken all the safety precautions. Yet paying the monthly rent is still an issue. We really need this money. We really need this support. The president's preferred $1.9 trillion covert relief package contains millions for restaurants like Tom's restaurant, depending on their size. Whatever portion of that 25 billion they get could mean the difference between keeping the lights on for a couple more months. It could mean being able to pay the rent. Greg Ashley, with the Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association, likely looks to the north with jealousy. After all, many local restaurants around here being allowed to resume indoor dining that's still off the table in Oregon. Quite honestly, you know restaurants that I've talked to the operators out there as much as they appreciate this kind of help. They really just want to open their doors. Brian Calvert Pneumonias would say Our economic future is linked to how quickly the covert vaccinations are rolled out. We get more from Most Abby a Cockney University of Washington finance professor Thomas Gilbert says it will take a long time for our economy to bounce back. You're saying things might not improve to pre crisis levels until the end of 2021 at the earliest? Why do you say that? I think it's key for everyone to understand that the control of the virus Is what's going to get us to pre crisis levels since the crisis is driven by the virus, Gilbert says the race to vaccinate people as quickly as possible is critical to getting businesses back on their feet. He believes that even once restrictions are lifted, if not enough, people are vaccinated. Yet many may play safe and choose to not go shopping or eat out. More coronavirus cases have followed nearly every major holiday this year. And is growing concern about how Super Bowl celebrations this weekend could do the same thing almost carry costume. It spoke with Anthony Anton, president of the Washington Hospitality Association, who's urging people to be careful. You may have already heard this new term coined.
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"Containers we see around here. Brian Calvert colonias. Come on news time. 4 13 For what it's worth. I'm Sherry Preston off the millions of jobs lost during the Corona virus pandemic. Most of those were held by women women like Kelly Becker, keeping a video diary of her job hunt and I'm played over 270 days I've put in over 500. And some applications are Wasserman, author of The New book, Ladies, Get Paid says for everyone out of work, you are not alone. Here's my silver lining, though this is a great time to really reflect and possibly reset. I want to make sure that you were going in a direction. Like I said, it has to be aligned with what you deeply want, she tells ABC News. 75 to 80% of jobs get filled internally. So this is where networking can really help. And when it comes to winning online interview sessions, energy, bring energy right and make sure you are connecting yourself to the company used language that's in the job description. Use language that the company puts on their website about their company. Culture. What it's worth, Jerry Preston ABC News for 14 and Camo News. Traffic every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center and the latest struggles Marina. Well, we had an issue North found I five in the express lanes at north Gateway, and it looks like that has been cleared out of the way. One of our bigger issues now is South. Found I five, a solid backup. From gravelly Lake Drive through J B. L M. And this is going to be all the way down to the scene of a collision that is in the DuPont area. It was south down I five it mounts rode into Squali Road except number 1 16. It finally got cleared out of that left lane. But, boy, what a backup! That one left. You're next. Come on. Traffic at 4 24 Coma forecast now from the diversified crawl Space Weather Center. Mostly cloudy tonight near 40. And the clouds are gonna stick around tomorrow with rain developing late tomorrow night's and pretty steady mountain.
Woman sells crochet Bernie doll for over $20,000, donates to charity
"You've seen all of the Bernie Sanders means from Inauguration Day. A famous photo now of the Vermont senator at the inauguration shows up seemingly everywhere these days, and it raises thousands for charity, too. Thanks to a local woman. Compost, Brian Calvert explains. The photo shows a bundled up former presidential candidate sporting a pair of knitted brown tan and white mittens. The picture is definitely made the rounds and it also motivated Toby King to get out her crow. Shea Needles mind blowing because I knew Burning was training because of that picture, and I already had a Bernie pattern in a burning doll. So I just went and got that and I modified in Super quick plan. She wanted to do her own version of the Bernie in the photo. By way of crew. Shay and from beginning to start didn't get up and it was seven hours. But that's on top of the hours and hours of actually designing that that I did like a year ago, when it was all said and done. The Redmond woman had a doll, a perfect likeness of the now infamous photo. She even re created a tiny version of those mittens, the mittens, mittens or not that hard, it's just the color changing a special stitch. Now what to do with a tiny crew shade. Bernie Sanders doll. Toby King immediately thought of doing something good with it. After all, Bernie himself was already cashing in on the popular pose much of sweatshirts. And donated two meals on wheels. Vermont and I said that that is perfect. That is what I want to do. She decided to sell it on eBay and give the proceeds to meals on Wheels America, she tells K II TV. That's when things got really interesting for 99 cents, And then a few minutes later. I want to take the screens. I was like, Wow, it's five bucks. The auction ended earlier this week and the winning bid $20,300 Toby King of Redmond had no idea that good she could do And now she wants everyone to have a crow shade. Bernie. She's not planning on making more. But she is putting the pattern for the doll in her Etsy store named Toby Time. Crow Shea. I'm so so just so happy that everybody is making their own little Bernie and planes and Bernie's out there and just it just makes everybody so happy. Brian Calvert Homo news. Come on his time 1
Overlake Medical Center donors got special access to COVID-19 vaccine; Inslee rebukes hospital system
"Clinics continue to boost their efforts. One local hospital got the governor's attention with what looked like a vaccine offer for VIPs only. Almost Brian Calvert explains, the email reads, Dear donors were pleased to share that we have 500 new appointments in the overlay covert 19 vaccine clinic. The email, then offered a special registration code. Governor Inslee's reaction. If that's what was going, it's simply not acceptable. We need fairness in this system, and we've got to maintain public credibility in this system over like hospital CEO Oh Tom. The board says he understands how this appears negatively and insists the email was sent to 4000 people, not just donors, but patients, board members and others. The board says quote were under pressure to vaccinate people who are eligible and increased capacity. In hindsight, we could certainly look back and say this wasn't the best way to do it. After a call from the governor's office. The invitation vaccine registration was closed and slots were given to the General public,
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"Recovered guns and a knife from the scene. Almost Frank Lindsay. Yesterday we told you that Hispanic people were four times more likely and that black people were twice as likely to catch covert as their white counterparts. Part of the reason may come down to trust Co most, Brian Calvert explains. Sometimes it's lack of access for communities of color, but sometimes there's also a different barrier. We have to be able to reach these communities activists, Lindsay Murphy, I would absolutely say that the black community is expressing Concerns not over not having access. There's a deeper wound over trust and times when minorities were used as test subjects intentionally withholding treatment intentionally withholding information. You know, we can talk about Tuskegee. We can talk about things you know, the you know, chemotherapy and the AIDS population. We can talk about those things. This is very real, and this is why it's so important to reach out to communities of color with the vaccine, And it's also important to educate these communities because lack of trust and access It will continue to see a disproportionate amount of covert losses of those with brown and black skin. Brian Calvert Co. Moh NEOS If you've driven into Stan Wood or on the Camino Island Over the last few years, you've seen the massive construction project under way for the new Standard High School. The 260,000 Square foot building is finally done, but Very few students have actually been in there. Almost Carleen Johnson reports. Being a member of a SP has its privileges. I mean, you get to be inside the new school for virtual announcements. Good.
Coronavirus vaccine supplies fall short
"Wide wide open open floodgates floodgates and and a a limited limited supply supply is is causing causing bottlenecks bottlenecks across across the the state state when when it it comes comes to to covert covert vaccinations, vaccinations, and and we we hear hear more more from from comas, comas, Brian Brian Calvert, Calvert, So So far, far, frontline frontline health health workers workers and and nursing nursing home home residents residents are are mostly mostly covered covered now now that that the the gates gates have have been been opened opened to to those those 65 65 up. up. There's There's a a sudden sudden rush, rush, but but not not enough enough vaccine Department of Health for Washington State. Again. Calls are hard to get through If it all glory is just one of many frustrated seniors or senior advocates across Washington that can't get appointments for the vaccine. Lorraine is another had been put out. A couple of this, but I've been put on one list for probably a week and a half. No calls. More sites are expected to open this week and next to help take on the new demand, But you still have to get an appointment. That means trying to get through on busy phone lines. If you don't have a computer, it's just not easy. Some do. I will give them that credit. But I think the majority of seniors it's a mystery to them. Brian Calvert
Microsoft campus near Seattle will be used to administer COVID-19 vaccine
"Governor Insley announced effective immediately. Any Washington resident age 65 or older can now get the vaccine for covert 19 almost Brian Calvert, with more details as to how the state is going to accomplish this. In his address yesterday, Inslee unveiled plans to open massive vaccination sites across the state, utilizing a syriza of privately owned facilities, including a Redmond campus. That's virtually a ghost town these days. We don't have employees and all of our buildings these days, so we're gonna be working with local hospitals. S so that they can administer their vaccines in a building on our campus. Microsoft's Brad Smith is on board. So is Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson. We're here to support the governor, Dr Shaw and all of their staffs who are working tirelessly to serve the people of the state of Washington, a vaccine and every coffee shop. Maybe not, But plans aren't final just yet by lowering the vaccination age to 65. More than 1.5 million Washingtonians are now eligible, meaning the state must now create capacity to avoid long lines like we saw last week at a vaccination site in swim.
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Washington State ranks 48th for rate of Covid spread in US
"Cases of covert 19 and two additional deaths since Sunday. That said, Come on, on, Brian Brian Calvert Calvert tells tells his his are are states states actually actually trending trending much much lower lower than than this this time. time. A A couple couple weeks weeks ago ago November November we we had had several several days days of of over over 3000 3000 confirmed confirmed daily daily cases. cases. There There was was even even a slight bump post Thanksgiving as predicted. Get over the past week, numbers have fallen again. U. S A today crunch the numbers provided by Johns Hopkins University. Before yesterday, statewide totals were released. At that point, new covert cases were down. 45.8% from the previous week's total cases fell in 33, Washington counties, with the best declines in King Pierce and Spokane. It's especially good news when you consider 30,000 more tests were administered this past week than the week before, when the positivity rate was much higher when you rank each state based on how fast the virus is spreading, Washington comes in at an admirable 48th. Ryan Calvert Co. Ammonia rural hospitals that are
COVID-19: Seattle-area counties set single-day records
"You confirmed cases across the country yesterday and here in Washington, the state Health Department was able to confirm 1469 new infections. Both numbers are record highs for a single day, and both are indications The next wave of cases has definitely arrived. The homeless and Piers counties also set single day records yesterday, although in Pierce County, the culprit may not have been an up tick in cases just faster lab results. We know that at least two labs reported a balance of tests that came in today, and that may be part of what's going on here. Come appears County health departments Nigel Turn asses. It could also be a genuine uptick in infections, perhaps the first major rise. Since many people went out over Halloween weekend, although many health experts say it could be next week before we realized the holidays full impact, Brian Calvert
Coronavirus: U.S. records 100,000 new cases in a single day
"Third wave is finally here. Almost. Brian Calvert has the latest numbers and the several one day records that were shattered yesterday. There were over 100,000 You confirmed You confirmed cases cases across across the country the country yesterday yesterday and and here here in Washington, in Washington, the state the state Health Health Department Department was able was able to confirm to confirm 1469 1469 new infections. new infections. Both Both numbers numbers are are record record highs highs for for a single a single day, day, and and both both are indications are indications The next The next wave wave of cases of cases has has definitely definitely arrived. arrived. The homeless The homeless and Piers and Piers counties counties also also set set single single day day records records yesterday, yesterday, although although in Pierce in Pierce County, County, the culprit the culprit may not may not have been have been an up an tick up tick in cases in cases just just faster faster lab lab results. results. We We know that know that at least at least two labs two labs reported reported a a balance balance of of tests tests that that came came in today, in today, and that may and that be may be part part of of what's what's going going on here. on here. Come appears Come appears County County health health departments departments Nigel Nigel Turn Turn asses. asses. It It could could also also be a be genuine a genuine uptick uptick in infections, in infections, perhaps perhaps the first the first major major rise. rise. Since many Since many people people went went out out over over Halloween Halloween weekend, weekend, although although many many health health experts experts say it say could it could be next be next week week before before we realized we realized the holidays the holidays full full impact, impact, Brian Brian Calvert Calvert ammonium sarcoma ST Joseph Medical
Coronavirus outbreak still spreading on UW's Greek Row in Seattle
"No no data, data, the the state state health health of profit of profit is reporting is reporting 740 740 new new cases cases of of covert covert 1921 1921 new deaths new deaths and and his comrades, his comrades, Brian Brian Calvert Calvert tells tells us us the the state state is also is also telling telling us us where where these these outbreaks outbreaks are are most most largely largely concentrated concentrated the largest the largest source source of of outbreaks outbreaks for for the most the most recent recent reporting reporting period. period. College College campuses. campuses. One One of the of largest the largest campus campus outbreaks outbreaks can can be found be found along along the the University University of of Washington's Washington's Greek Greek row, row, school school president president Ana Ana Mari Mari Kau Kau say, say, said said earlier earlier this this week week we have we have made made it it clear clear and and we we will will continue continue to to make make it it clear. clear. That That if if they they don't don't get get it, it, and and they they continue continue to to break break the rules the rules party, party, there there will will be be harsher harsher disciplinary disciplinary actions. actions. Among Among the the harsher harsher penalties penalties now now being being discussed discussed at the at the UW UW finds finds suspensions suspensions and and ultimately, ultimately, AH AH fraternity fraternity could could lose lose its its recognition. recognition. As As of of Monday, Monday, 242 242 cases cases of of covert covert 19 19 were were linked linked to the to the UW's UW's Greek Greek row. row. Covert Covert cases cases continue continue to climate. to climate. Washington Washington State State University University is is well well where where 121 121 infections infections have have been been linked linked to Greek to Greek housing. housing. Brian Brian
Avoid leaving mail in mailboxes overnight, USPS says
"Are issuing a warning about when you should drop male in one of their blue mailbox is almost Brian Calvert first. It's not that the blue boxes of being closed due to any recent changes at U. S. P s the only reason a collection box of removed As if it has been damaged or either either through a mail theft attack or a if someone hits it with a car, or it's otherwise damaged and not serviceable regional postal Inspector Adams saying. Those are designed to be a very secure method of receiving that collections Male. Yet there have been reports of vandalism to walks is in the Vancouver area, as well as other parts of the state. Adam says. If a blue boxes close, it's likely because it's just not usable at the moment and just to be safe, especially now that your mailing your ballots never leave your mail in any box. Overnight. People who are mailing or using blue collection boxes intention to the times that are marked on those boxes. And don't drop male after the collection time or to sit overnight. Brian Calvert Co mon You see infested apples Governor Jay
Washington governor clears movie theaters to operate at 25% capacity, including Seattle-area theaters
"To prep to prep each chair, each chair, countertop countertop and every and single every exposed single exposed spaces. spaces. Movie goers Movie are goers invited are invited back to back the big to screens. the big screens. Governor, Insley Governor, has Insley allowed has theaters allowed to theaters resume to operations, resume operations, although the majority although the majority of auditoriums of auditoriums can on Ly can B on 25% Ly B 25% of capacity. of capacity. We're thrilled We're thrilled toe once again toe once welcome again welcome you to a shared you to a shared immersive immersive experience. experience. Karate is Karate CEO is CEO of Cinemark, of Cinemark, which will open which its will federal open its way. federal Bellevue way. Bellevue and Tacoma and theaters Tacoma theaters on Friday. on Friday. Auditoriums Auditoriums will be extensively will be extensively disinfected disinfected each morning. each morning. And all And occupied all occupied seats will seats be sanitized will be sanitized between Showtime. between Showtime. Other changes Other changes Movie times Movie will times be severely will be severely staggered staggered to limit to crowds limit crowds in the auditorium, in the auditorium, especially especially in restrooms in restrooms between between movies. movies. AMC AMC will open will 14 open 14 of its 15 of its 15 regional complex regional complex is on Friday is on Friday and locally and owned locally faraway owned faraway entertainment entertainment will open its will open small its chain small of movie chain houses of movie Friday. houses Friday. Which includes Which the includes Neptune the Neptune in Seattle in Seattle and the Admiral and the Admiral in West Seattle, in West Seattle, Brian Brian Calvert Calvert camo News camo News cities of cities Edmunds of Edmunds and effort and have decided effort have to decided expand to expand their ST their ARY ST rules ARY rules well into November. well into November. Toe hope, Toe help hope, local help local