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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

"Requiring helmets to the fifty states district of Columbia and Puerto Rico and that is require that all persons shall wear and age appropriate bicycle helmet while riding a bicycle board member Jennifer Harman desist head injuries were the leading cause of bike related deaths according to the state there were fifteen bike fatalities in Washington in twenty eighteen Romero companies the city of Seattle dealt a legal setback over its efforts to expand the Burke Gilman trail more from combos Jeff Pohjola city hall has long wanted to complete the so called missing link which would be a nine and a half block connection between two parts of the trail in Ballard the city wanted Ballard terminal railroad to move its tracks to make way for construction but a judge today ruled there is no such a legal requirement in in nineteen ninety seven agreement between the city and company and that's the tracks do not have to be moved the company's attorney called it a huge victory for working class Ballard the city says construction remains on hold due to other on going appeals Jeff Pohjola come on news how come news time six thirty seven as we continue members of the Washington state transportation committee are giving a fairly grim picture of the future when it comes to projects already in the pipeline and incoming revenue meeting today here in federal way jeopardy transportation commission director Paul Parker told south sound leaders there are a lot of unknowns with the passage of initiative nine seventy six and the fact that gas tax revenues are not keeping pace with projects they need to complete our transportation that is growing higher gas taxes when the highest in the nation we've issued bonds to expand the highway system and at the current rate by twenty four.

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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

"New castle southbound i five heavy out of federal way through five eastbound five twelve will really be struggling out of lakewood towards highway seven and southbound is slow as you head into j._p._l. 'em your next komo traffic at four fourteen weather is a big concern again this afternoon's go right to ambi coney in the komo weather center we are continuing to track the possibility for ongoing isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout the rest of the evening between nine pm at midnight those scattered showers should start to decrease in strength winding down into early friday morning overnight temperatures down to the upper forty s to the mid fifties highs on friday not quite as warm as what we're experiencing today even still be in the upper sixties and the low seventies dry heading into sunday then i'm meteorologist abby coney and the komo weather center pursuing a band of showers some of them kind of heavy moving up out of the tacoma area toward federal way also out of olympia to downtown seattle mostly cloudy right now seventy one at four zero six it appears boeing's troubled seven thirty seven max may stay on the ground until at least the fall kamaz bill o.'neil explains the company is not confirming a c._n._b._c. report that says it'll be at least september before software updates for the trouble jeter submitted to the f._a._a. that comes one day after another software issue with the max came to light south western lines is already cancelled all max flights until at least october and this latest projection on the f._a._a. seeing a software fix could mean the jet will stay on the ground until at least then anyway if no longer boeing shares were down nearly three percent today below neil komo news challenge from a private railroad is causing the latest delay in completing the popular burke gilman trail more from komo's corwin hake the one point two miles so-called missing link through industrial ballard is all that remains unfinished on a bike path from golden gardens to lake sammamish video blogger haley woods outlines the hazards of navigating the missing link many cyclists start by crossing through the four way intersection at forty fifth and eleven and continuing on a temporary trail parallel elling railroad tracks then hazardous crossing the tracks under the ballard bridge the city of seattle late last year finally overcame.

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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

"Of tiny buildings can help keep people off the streets man is in custody after he was seen on video damaging and stealing vans from the Arlington school district. Investigators say the man behind the wheel twenty five year old Joseph cement police say Simmons broke into five school district cargo vans, severely damaging the admissions and stealing expensive tools. It doesn't impact us. And it's unfortunate that happened. We've only lived here year. And this is the first time we're hearing people like robbing and stealing cars and stuff district. Officials say they've been in the process of getting security upgrades when the break in happened over schools. We have added other security and safety upgrades over the past year. This is specifically for the maintenance reading additional safeguards to try and prevent this from happening. It's one of those vans are still not working. So it's impacting their daily operations. That's komo's Tammy matassa a coalition of business owners. Neighbors urge the Seattle city council to complete the missing link section of the Burke Gilman trail in Ballard. They handed over a petition with more than five thousand signatures yesterday. Asking city leaders to connect the trail to leery avenue instead of the planned route on shoal avenue, they say combining large trucks and bikes on chill. Shoal is dangerous, and it will cost jobs. This is business owner Paul nerd good. Family wage. Earning jobs is going to be destroyed by putting a recreational linear Parkway businesses. In addition to which subjects the writers. People are going to be having cross out. To potential injury. Maybe Taliban coalition says the new route would also save taxpayers. Millions of dollars. Komo news time five ten that's time to get to the Harley exterior sports desk with Tom hutler. Good morning. Good morning Seahawks with a game tomorrow. That's right. The Thursday game..

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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

"Weather now, here's Seth Wayne made it to the end of the work week and with temperatures during sixty degrees. Do look for mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies. Depend upon where you are for the rest of the day showers are tapering off. The rain is making a comeback tomorrow as before cast through the rest of the weekend. I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO weather center. Fifty eight with clouds in Seattle. Komo news time one oh five. Seattle city council. Member Teresa mosquito introduced a plan to move homeless people. Under a big tent? It would be similar to one in San Diego housing one hundred beds bathrooms and a kitchen under mosquitoes plan. It would cost three million dollars to build the tenth than two million dollars should Ron every year city council will vote on the budget later this month, the idea of a water taxi on lake Washington has been floated before but a local developer has detailed plans to make it a reality by twenty twenty Seco development in Renton is not a boat or transportation company. It's a real estate developer. A residential hotel office and retail space geekwire reports that Seco is quote initiating the service because it makes sense for the entire region. The planets to have three water taxis out of a home doc in Renton to serve tech hubs in south lake union and eventually Bellevue and Kirkland aimed at tech workers. The boats would have workstations WI fi displaying sound systems seacoast already working with the boat builder in Bellingham, they hope to watch the pilot route from Renton to south lake union by twenty twenty Romero. Komo news. Seattle cycling community has reason. To celebrate. If the city follows through on his latest plans for the Burke Gilman trail, komo's komo's Corwin Hake. Reports those plans call for completion of the missing link within two years, the Burke Gilman trail runs twenty miles from golden gardens in Seattle to the river in Bothell uninterrupted except for that missing link. The unfinished one point four miles through the Ballard industrial areas. Little piece will provide a safer transportation option for people in Ballard. Kevin caravan is with friends of the Burke Gilman trail. A lot of people who were they are reluctant to ride their bikes from work or school, partly because of some of the road conditions.

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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Can shears the director of strategic development for line, which is best known for its shared electric bikes now. So what they're telling us regular folks is contact our city council are lobbyists. So we can get scooters because that will save all of our traffic problems pop up event in Seattle's Westlake park. People could test out the east scooters themselves. Okay. Can we stop with the music? Let's at least one hundred people showed up and handouts outlines booth. Also, encourage Seattle lights take Email there. Officials to let them know that residents. Want shared scooters and the city. Okay. We may want them in the city. And here's the thing. I've I've been on these so fun. Oh, they are so fun. You hop on fifteen miles per hour. No helmet. Because who's going to stop me? Right. You're not going to you. Thanks. I was in San Francisco and San Diego I did in both. Here's what they don't tell you fifteen miles per hour is now the speed limit on the Burke Gilman trail, east scooters nearby are not allowed and they allegedly are enforcing this. As part of a new beta program, and this started in April, and it's supposed to last. I think at until the yeah. Well into January, and they wanna make this the law and actually have people out on the trails enforcing it. Yeah. Right. But the second part of this is it they made it a law to where you are not allowed to ride them downhill, and the reason why is because in San Francisco that must be spectacularly easy get out of control very quickly and in DC in LA in San Diego. They're fine in the rain. But the some of the companies say we don't recommend it. We recommend it. And actually, depending on the company that you rent when these east scooters from you have to prove that you parked at legally by taking a picture of where you park it or they just. Keep charging your credit card. And so I had a problem with one of them on my vacation where I had to go back and take another picture of it an hour later because I realized charging me for it. And then I had to say, no, I already took the picture. You didn't get it. Right. This is a technical error, whatever. And the guy guy hits me back right away and chat. And he's like refunding the money. Sorry about that. No big deal. And luckily that company had good customer service. But I just thought what if I hadn't noticed that? Yeah. It will happen for anyone who is who is wondering what the situation is going to be like with these scooters or even if they haven't tried aligned bike, which are out there all over the place, particularly the electric ones. It's very similar to the car share programs as well. It's from cargo or reach now, and there's a couple of others now out in the country. And you're it's all it's app based and I have had the same experience where I parked legally. It was fine it so that it shut off. And then I got a Bill the next day for one hundred and twenty five dollars. And but the good news is that you call them back which can be. A little bit of a pain. But generally speaking, I've had really good customer service with both of those two companies lime is joined to do the same thing with scooters. I like the idea of bringing these scooters around. I am I can understand the city's trepidation. I think that the city wants to see the bike the expansion of electric bike see how that works before they do this. I don't know that I liked the idea. I think enforcing the speed limit on the Burke Gilman is fine. I don't think that enforcing actual the power system. If it's if it's an e bike or scooter that doesn't make as much sense to me, that's because the relative speed that creates a danger problem is really not whether or not it's electrified. Yeah. And everyone wants safety, but each scooters are super fun. So they're not safe. They say well, you have to be eighteen to rent them. I saw kids all over all agents. Certainly, right. Yeah. Because they're real fun. And the second part of this is when you're talking about Seattle, here's where officials want to see them Seattle waterfront from probably like the ferry to the sculpture park. I can see that. They wanna see them on the guy on on alcohol beach, Capitol Hill north to south not up. And now we want to see it essentially on the the maps done by segue. Right, exactly cartoon map. That's where they want to see these. But in actuality what we're going to see with them. And this is where we're all gonna die. We're going to be up on Capitol Hill, and we want to go down to pike place market. And so this is where you're going to see people get out of control. There's too many people walking in the West Lake area to be up on the sidewalk, which by the way. It's completely legal in Washington state to be on the sidewalk with a bike or an e scooter or. One of those single wheel. What do they call the single wheel wheel?.

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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Takes us to maybe a paradigm shift because bicycling dot com today. Put out an eighty two page report. I didn't have time to print the whole thing and read it, but they went through they wanted to rank American cities in terms of their overall bicycling score. And it was a shock to me. Seattle was ranked number one in America on four categories. And so they gave forty points for safety. Seattle got thirty five out of forty according to bicycle dot com or BI bicycling dot com. A friendliness was the second category. That was worth thirty points. They got a twenty eight out of thirty for friendliness energy was worth twenty points. And then scored eighteen out of twenty for that. And culture was a ten point score. And I got eight out of ten out of that second place on their list with San Francisco, so they have two of the Helius communities and all of America into one in general. They've never in a bike. Here. Are they strong crashing is that anywhere crashing score? I do not see what is what is energy. Energy of of. Say totally look this up to measure of the political climate in regards to buy some energy. They're putting into bicycling how much energy, so they're basically saying politicians are energetic about getting people on their by. Yeah. I really wish we had another shot at rebuilding the city and in doing so I wish we had a shot at light rail. And I think I wish we had a better shot at bike lanes. Kind of like the bike lanes that you see in Portland, or if you've ever been to a place like Albuquerque, but let's face it a place like Albuquerque doesn't have the water, right? And they don't have the population. But they sure do have incredible bike lanes. Or if you go to places like Colorado Springs, amazing bike lanes. So and I and I have to say, I've I've ridden my bike through a lot of states across America. And again, I feel I feel safer driving down the interstate or driving down a highway a highway in Texas in the middle of the night than I do here in Seattle. And the reason being is just disjointed and then on top of that. Now you've thrown in bikes without helmets. You've had these companies come in. They're here today. They're gone tomorrow. Some of the state. Some of love because it's too expensive or the can't make any money doing this. You've seen the city take a run. And having these bike shares in these bike docks that didn't work out and a lot of people that are on these bikes are looking at their phones because they're lost. And I love the fact that they're here visiting in fact, I have a little room that I ran out to people sometimes. And that's one of the first things they asked me to ask me about ride shares. They also asked me about buses most of the people that come your ride the bus Roger. And they also asked me about bicycles here jumping on a bike. And now that you have motorized bikes it seems like people are using these bikes more. But again when people are done with these bikes, especially when they've been drinking, then they just discard the bike like a piece of garbage. So you could be writing down the street or you could be running through green lake or you could be writing down. The Burke Gilman trail and the next thing, you know, you will come upon one of these bikes they are like pieces of garbage. They just seem to be everywhere. So nonetheless, I wish it worked better. I really do from where I live to where we work here in Eastlake, and you have to go through south.

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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

"Be among the first driving instructors asked to saudi arabia to teach women there how to drive the country lifted the ban on female drivers last year and the first women are finally attempting to get behind the wheel this month there's just one catch in saudi arabia women can only be taught by other women as why these ladies from portland are making the trek humboldt to be standing at this historic moment and to play any part in it at all fellow teacher dominic koos max is the invitation is one thing but just because the country's leaders have green lighted women drivers doesn't mean everyone appreciates progress there will be a group of people that do not want this change to happen and we need to get it right so that we can prove that it works the portland women will be there for ten days teaching as many saudi women as they can and they're hoping other female driving instructors will answer the call estimated nine million of them want to drive right now how do you do that trio isn't ruling out a return trip they just focused on these first mission to help the women of saudi arabia turned the key towards equal rights brian calvert komo news this april's been a wet one boy especially saturday only four dry days thus far in the month when that happens a chances of landslides of course increase komo suzanne phan for the scene of a recent mudslide in north seattle along the burke gilman trail and there's a big huge chunk came wedding down twenty years living here jim can megan has never seen a slide this large or this close to home slapped meadow over the houses and neither as nancy andrews there's a lot of mud everywhere debris from saturday's mudslide has been cleared away but you can still see all the splatter on nearby garages on saturday the entire hillside gave way and toppled right onto the burke gilman trail near lakeside place northeast fortunately no one was hurt saturday was one of the wettest days on record was pretty wet geologists say the wet soil could be enough to trigger.

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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

"To navigate but usually by this time they would have blocked off the road already this is the first time i've actually seen where they're allowing people to pass and the police are sitting there storm pose hazards for more than just these cars in west seattle a rain soaked hillside came loose and sent tree crashing down across a pedestrian stairway increased landslide risks were even more apparent in other parts of our region and entire hillside gave way and toppled onto the burke gilman trail near lakeside place northeast mud spread out across the railroad tracks just south of everett shutting down train service more problems like this could be in store as a rain keeps falling is awful i think the whole entire april is because of the mudslide across the tracks in everett amtrak and sounder service there is shut down today we'll the soggy ground may have had something to do with this next story as a tree fell onto a house near north bend this morning it happened about four am south southeast one hundred forty four and four hundred forty four th avenue southeast tree destroyed half the house but everybody got out safely komo news time eight oh seven a federal judge based in seattle is continuing to block a ban on transgender people serving in the military komo's corwin hake tells us the ruling comes despite a plea from the trump administration the us justice department had asked us district court judge marcia pacman to lift the ruling she should late last year justice says the government has changed the original band enough to make it constitutional pacman disagrees saying she continues to have constitutional concerns she declined to lift the block her original ruling blocked the military from implementing the ban on transgender servicemembers president trump announced last august you know it's a very complicated issue for the military it's been a very confusing as you from the military and i think i'm doing the military great favor a lawsuit filed in seattle lead judge pacman to block the ban the state of washington is a plaintiff in that suit now pacman is telling both sides to prepare for trial corwin hake komo news the faa is restricting how far some boeing seven hundred seven's with particular model of rolls royce engine can fly the directive restricts some dream liners from operating more than one hundred forty minutes from an airport said they can divert to in an emergency.

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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

"The top local stories recovering for tuesday april seventeenth as the storm worked its way through western washington yesterday all the rain caused landslide risk and road hazards komo's joel moreno reports from mill creek where flooded street is being closely watched even when drivers slowed down spray water can make this road and mill creek tough to navigate but usually by this time they would have blocked off the road already this is the very first time i've actually seen where they're allowing people to pass and the police are sitting there the storm posed hazards for more than just these cars in west seattle a rain soaked hillside came loose and sent a tree crashing down across the pedestrian stairway increased landslide risks were even more apparent in other parts of our region an entire hillside gave way and toppled onto the burke gilman trail near lakeside place northeast mud spread out across the railroad tracks just south of everett shutting down train service more problems like this could be in store as rain keeps falling is awful i think the whole entire april that's komo's joel merino reporting and because of the mudslide across the tracks and south everett amtrak and sound or service is shut down today expect to resume tomorrow for the first time in four years the kent school district expects to end the year with a budget surplus a few weeks ago the kennewick school district or excuse me can't school district announced massive teacher layoffs only to back away from that plan sixty more jobs need to be eliminated but the losses will come through attrition many have called for superintendent calvin watts resignation but he says he's staying put i am first and foremost committed to the mission and the vision of cat school district that successful preparing students for their futures and i look forward to continuing this work for us to calm the district is hosting a series of public meetings this week as part of its new approach to greater transparency starting this morning drivers can expect the metered on ramps from seattle's mercer street to i.

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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

"A fireball offense i decided that tective rose behavior that day lacked courtesy and was conduct unbecoming a member of the king county sheriff's office he's been suspended from work for five days without pay the motorcyclists said recently he'd sued the sheriff's office if the detective wasn't fired a twenty foot wide mudslide on the nsf railway lines i shut down all commuter rail service between seattle and king street station in everett be nsf spokesman gusts milona says amtrak and sound transit service will be suspended until wednesday this april has been a wet one with only four dry days so far this month when that happens the chances of landslides go way up and there are some warning signs that we should all pay attention to komo suzanne fon joins us from the scene of a recent mudslide in north seattle along the burke gilman trail and there's a big huge chunk of the coach came splitting down twenty years living here jim kennedy has never seen a slide this large or this close to home slopped meadow over the houses and neither is nancy andrus there's a lot of mud everywhere debris from saturday's mudslide has been cleared away but you can still see all the splatter on nearby garages on saturday the entire hillside gave way and toppled right onto the burke gilman trail near lakeside place northeast fortunately no one was hurt runner ken laughlin had to take a slight detour during his run right after the slide we never rains this hard can expect a few slides saturday was one of the wettest days on record was pretty wet geologists say the wet soil could be enough to trigger a landslide flight or two and there was one on the railroad tracks just south of everett be nsf spokesman says the mudslide was twenty feet wide three feet deep amtrak in sounder train service will be shut down for forty eight hours meanwhile the department of natural resources offers a couple of warning signs for landscapes number one watch for the tilting of trees especially evergreens on slopes number to watch out for new cracks in.

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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

"The new meters won't help backups on mercer but they won't make them worse we're finally seeing the arrest video former seahawk jeremy lane early in the morning june fourteen january fourteenth lane was pulled over for speeding at trooper clocked him going eighty and a sixty was then arrested on suspicion of dui in the video lane can be heard voicing concern that people might think he was driving drunk makes it clear that he only had a small amount of alcohol in his system and that it was marijuana affecting him hi late eventually pleaded guilty to reckless driving and will be sentenced in a few weeks he was cut by the seahawks last month former husky football player azeem victor won't be spending any time in jail after pleading guilty to reckless driving is arrested for dui and november judge sentenced victor either spend two days in jail or seven days on a work crew chose to do the work crew victory will also pay six thousand dollars in fines the real soaker of a storm worked its way through western washington and all that rain's adding up to landslide wrist and road hazards komo's joel moreno reports from mill creek were a flooded streets being closely monitored even when driver slowdown spray water can make this road in mill creek tough to navigate but you see by this time up the road already this is the very first time i've actually seen where they're allowing people to pass and the police are sitting there storm posed hazards for more than just these cars in west seattle arranged soaked hillside came loose and sent a tree crashing down across a pedestrian stairway increase landslide rhys were even more apparent in other parts of our region an entire hillside gateway and toppled onto the burke gilman trail near lakeside place northeast mud spread out across the railroad tracks just south of everett shutting down train service more problems like this could be in store as a rain keeps falling it's awful i think the whole entire april because of the mudslide across tracks and south everett amtrak and.

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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

"Morning northline sounder rail is cancelled due to a mudslide you'll have to make a bus arrangements tomorrow morning and high wind warning is in place for the tacoma narrows bridge at this time your next report at eleven forty four i'm jay phillips on komo news shannon o'donnell has the forecast dare everybody we we are looking at a damp monday night what else is new right it's been a really soggy month of april from start to point so far where over three times our normal rainfall amount for this point in the month so far and more on the way overnight rain at times on tuesday but some sun breaks break in between the scattered showers so they become fewer in number anyway highs tomorrow should finally start cracking the low fifties more routinely wednesday looks nearly all the way dry and then by thursday partly to mostly sunny skies highs in the low sixties we will have earned it by them in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon donald sour forty five degrees this april's been a wet one as we just heard with only four dry days so far this month when that happens chances of landslides goes way up there some warning signs that we should all pay attention to komo's suzanne phan joins us from the scene of a recent mudslide north seattle along the burke gilman trail and there's a big huge chunk of came squatting down his twenty years living here jim has never seen a slight this law large or this close to hollywood slopped over the houses neither as nancy andrus there's a lot of mud everywhere debris from saturday's mudslide has been cleared away but you can still see all the splatter on nearby garages on saturday the entire hillside gave way and toppled right onto the burke gilman trail near lakeside place northeast fortunately no one was hurt runner ken laughlin had to take a slight detour during his run right after the sign whenever it rains this hard i can expect a few slides saturday was one of the wettest days on record that was pretty wet geologists say the wet soil could be enough to trigger a land flight or two and there was one on the railroad tracks just south of everett b nsf spokesman says the.

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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

"Of a storm is working its way through western washington tonight and all of that rain has elevated the risk of landslides through tomorrow come most joel marino's live in mill creek were flooded street is being closely monitored tonight joel mary we're here along a section of thirty fifth avenue southeast and the pavement right here oh boy it is under several inches of water now the road is still open but drivers are being warned to cut their speed or risk spinning out of control even when drivers slowdown spray water can make this road in mill creek tough to navigate but usually by this time they would have block off the road already this is the first time i've actually seen where they're allowing people to pass and the police are sitting there storm posed hazards some more than just these cars in west seattle a rainsoaked hillside came loose and sent this tree crashing down across a pedestrian stairway increased landslide risks were even more apparent in other parts of our region an entire hillside gave way and toppled onto the burke gilman trail near lakeside place northeast mud spread out across the railroad tracks just south of everett shutting down train service more problems like this could be in store as a rain keeps falling is awful i think the whole entire april well quick not commuters you see some cars trying to navigate through this water because of those mudslides on the railroad tracks and south everett amtrak and sounder service will be shut down tomorrow as well mortgage when a second now with meteorologist shannon o'donnell we've already had one of the soggy april's on record and we're barely halfway done i think we're clear look at this list because it's so incredible to see where we sit on number four right now in terms of the all time wettest april and.

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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

"Next report is coming up at nine forty four jay phillips komo news shannon o'donnell with the forecast everybody we are looking at a damp monday night what else is new right it's been a really soggy month of april from start to midpoint so far where over three times our normal rainfall amount for this month so far and more on the way overnight rain at times on tuesday but some more sunbreaks break in between the scattered showers so they become fewer in number anyway highs tomorrow should finally start cracking the low fifties more routinely wednesday looks nearly all the way dry and then by thursday partly to mostly sunny skies highs in the low sixties we will have earned it by them in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell six degrees right now this april's been a wet one with only four dry days so far this month when that happens the chances of landslides go way up and there are some warning size we should all pay attention to komo's suzanne fine joins us from the scene of a recent mudslide north seattle along the burke gilman trae there's a big huge chunk of the corporate came squatting down twenty years living here jim kennedy has never seen a slide this large or this close to slopped over the houses and neither is nancy andrus there's a lot of mud everywhere debris from saturday's mudslide has been cleared away but you can still see all the splatter on nearby garages on saturday the entire hillside gave way and toppled right onto the burke gilman trail near lakeside place northeast fortunately no one was hurt runner ken laughlin had to take a slight detour during his run right after the side whenever it rains this hard can expect a few slides the saturday was one of the wettest days on record was pretty wet geologists say the wet soil could be enough to trigger a landslide or two and there was one on the railroad tracks just south of everett b nsf spokesman says the mudslide was twenty feet wide three feet deep amtrak and sounder train service will be shut down for forty eight hours meanwhile the department of natural resources offers a couple of warning signs for landscapes number one watch for the tilting of trees especially evergreens on slopes number to watch out for new cracks.

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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

"Steele street and i five due to earlier crashes are next komo traffic at seven forty four donal has the forecast hi there everybody we are looking at a damp monday night what else is new right it's been a really soggy month of april from start to midpoint so far were over three times our normal rainfall amount for this point in a month so far and more on the way overnight rain at times on tuesday but more sunbreaks break in between the scattered showers so they become fewer in number anyway highs tomorrow should finally start cracking the low fifties more routinely wednesday looks nearly all the way dry and then by thursday partly to mostly sunny skies highs in the low sixty s we will have earned it by them in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell already six degrees in seattle this april has been a wet one with only four dry days so far this month when that happens the chances of landslides go way up there are some warning signs that we should all pay attention to komo's suzanne phan joins us from the scene of a recent mudslide in north seattle along the burke gilman trail big huge chunk of eclipses came squatting down twenty years living here jim has never seen a slide this large or this close to hollywood slopped meadow over the houses and neither as nancy andrus there's a lot of mud everywhere debris from saturday's mudslide has been cleared away but you can still see all the splatter on nearby garages on saturday the entire hillside gave way and toppled right onto the burke gilman trail near lakeside place northeast fortunately no one was hurt runner ken laughlin had to take a slight detour during his run right after the sign rains this hard can expect a few slides the saturday was one of the wettest days on record that was pretty wet geologists say the wet soil could be enough to trigger a landslide or two and there was one on the railroad tracks just south of everett a b nsf spokesman says the mudslide was twenty feet wide three feet deep amtrak and sounder train service will be shut down for forty eight hours meanwhile the department of natural resources offers a couple of warning signs for landscapes number one watch for the tilting of.

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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

"And counties have to notify federal agents at least forty eight hours before releasing inmates if they have requested such notification your cultural marino many local agencies that operate jails already follow the attorney general's new guidelines requested the county's of king snohomish pierce thurston what com and kitsap will notified federal authorities when an inmate is about to be released but county sheriff john her cortez what he won't do is hold an inmate beyond their sentence just because homeland security a vast if they want them so badly they can get an arrest warrant can get an arrest warrant we will serve at war in fact we will hold those people until they're ready to come and pick up their gotta get a federal judge to sign it a apparently they don't want to do that pierce thurston an walker county is all confirm they received these federal grants king county does not but what can county sheriff's office says someone is pretending to be a lieutenant and targeting doctors to steal money they say the con uses the names steve gatt hermanez details doctors that they missed jury duty him they have to pay a five hundred dollar fine or face jail time will sheriff's office says they would never make a call like this the best advice as always to hang up and never give out personal information komo news time four thirty three seattle police have arrested a man in connection with several fires set near homeless camps this week kohl's christian drew has more on the investigation the growing prostate rations from people who work in that area there dad direction day on the custom upholstery business in ballard outside his window a troubling trend homeless camp set up along the fence the burke gilman trail this is not the way to keep the healthy city smell this homeless camp is one of four along the burt gilman trail where fires were set the fires were reported during a twelve hour time frame between northwest thirty six street in fortysecond street a mattress trees.

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"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"burke gilman trail" Discussed on KOMO

"Our beleaguered ag karen travers abc news the white house embassy senior white house correspondent jonathan karl has been talking to president trump's new communications director anthony scaramucci presidents is deeply unhappy with his attorney general he has been now for months and you have the president's chief spokesperson now saying the the to either need to separate or get together with no clear path or how they would actually get together this just in the senate judiciary committee has issued a subpoena for former trump campaign manager paul manafort to appear publicly tomorrow it comes after several days of negotiations broke down now in the senate john mccain is expected back a vote and the republican healthcare plan today which plan they will discuss however is still in question abc's mary bruce is at the capitol pelicans are voting tuesday simply typically came to be to repeal and replace obamacare after seven years of promising endmonth of planning they're hoping to take that next step to advance towards their promise as to repeal and replace obamacare but right now it's unclear if they have the votes to even move forward with this discussion the driver accused of leading ten immigrants die in the back of his semi in texas could get the death penalty if convicted jing's brady says he didn't know so many people were inside those who couldn't breathe say they were banging to be let out but we're to hurd after dropping their legal battle of london a lawyer for the parents of terminallyill baby charlie guard say the last wishes to let their eleven monthold died at home you're listening to abc news stay connected stay informed this is 20 minutes of nonstop news komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven 702 the sun shining and the respected ernest sunny warm day today in western washington sixty three degrees in the city right now with gregg hersholt i'm manda factor and here are the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center set three fires at homeless camps late last night along the burke gilman trail almost of these whitaker reports from the scene of one of those fire got ward we've got a recliner completely charred all kinds of discarded items here just totally charred by fire all of this happening just overnight this area next to.

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