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"calvert forest" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"calvert forest" Discussed on KOMO

"I want to get on that story that is KOMO Suzanne Phan reporting Tacoma police searching for a killer after a deadly shooting early yesterday gunfire erupting just before three AM on south Yakima avenue. Police found people trying to help a man who'd been shot medics rushed into Saint Joseph's Hospital where he died later of his injuries, the state's looking to change regulations to make sure that the states five oil refineries are safer labor, and environmental groups, say, stronger safety rules, will better protect workers, and the communities near refineries at a meeting earlier this month in Burlington local United steel workers, President George wealth said sixteen of its union members have died in local accidents since nineteen fifty five the Skagit valley herald reports the rules will ask change in nineteen Ninety-two. But a trade group representing oil refinery say they believe some of the proposed changes may. Actually weaken existing safety standards. The port of Everett's considering taking control of a coveted piece of adultery waterfront for public use Sarik reports this happens as a new player comes forward to buy the old Kimberly Clark mill site the mill closed in two thousand twelve on the property has been vacant since at about the same time the port announce using the combination process to claim the sixty six acre site Pacific Steve during glacier, fish company announced it was working on a purchase deal. With Kimberly Clark the Everett herald reports the company would like to bring a large piece of Ballard's fishing fleet to Everett and it's working with maritime companies, but they won't redevelop the site, they say if they don't own, it bar commissioners have different ideas about the future of the property and could decide Tuesday on whether to condemn it for public use Eric Heintz. Komo new study for the nature conservancy claims that the US as twelve point one billion dollars a year in heat reduction services because of the number of trees in the country, the technical term that we use for his ecosystem service, and so that. Just a fancy way of saying, what nature's doing for us without us having to pay nature professor vehic shunned us says the trees limit heat related deaths and illness, as well as cooling costs. And of course, they also help to clean the air drought saying disease now thought to be killing off Washington state tree, and we hear more on that from komo's Brian Calvert forest manager. Sean Sheldon says there was already an effort to deal with trees damaged by winter snows in order to prevent major fires this summer and usually around, August that stuff will start being available to consume now, the clearing includes tree damage by blight, and it's not just any tree. Scientists are convinced the state tree, the western hemlock is falling victim to more disease than drought. Because when there's not enough water. This type of tree dies from the top down the hemlock dying from the bottom up and very quickly lab tests point to a fungus known as rising. Tonia. W S U extensions Kevin's Obras tells the herald, don't replace dying trees with more hemlock and cedar. Replace them with something that's a bit more drought tolerant. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Ninety nine history could be made tonight on jeopardy. James wholesaler, could pass the annals Ken Jennings for the all time money, winners lists so far. He's won two million four hundred sixty two thousand two hundred sixteen dollars. That is just fifty eight thousand four hundred eighty five dollars shy of Jennings. Non tournament record of two million five hundred twenty thousand seven hundred keeping up the numbers Jennings and holds our are the only two jeopardy contestants to ever win. Two million dollars, however holes our doing interior than half the episodes to rack up all that prize money. That's komo's Ryan Yamamoto. It's nine ten into the holy exterior sports desk. The Mariners struggles continue with thirteen three loss to the angels yesterday. They took three out of four from Seattle and now come the first place Astros into town for the first of a four-game series starting tonight. Klay Thompson had twenty five points, Golden State to a series evening win in Toronto over the raptors. By a score of one nine one, oh four last evening. And now, the series will shift to Oakland for games three four and if needed five as the more years in the raptors tied at a game apiece Stanley Cup finals tonight in Saint Louis. The blues trail to one after falling seven to three over the weekend. Sports at ten and forty past each hour on the home of the huskies. Updating traffic and weather for you coming up in just three minutes. Komo news time nine eleven park in Leavenworth has reopened after a cougar tried to attack a four year old boy practic Quinn reports from enchantment park. Officials say was here that the cougar approached a four year old cougar did come out and knocked down a young boy. Fortunately, the family had some dogs with them that they were able to turn loose, which intervened and scared the cougar way, I'm told the boy did not suffer any serious injuries and is doing well today, the park is back open and many parents, like Sarah, Scott who heard about the encounter came. Anyway, not to worry about it. I guess. No. Well, it's gone. Pork officials euthanized that cougar, which captain Joel says, is protocol, because it did have contact with the human, we're not willing to take the chance that it might do that somewhere else with someone else Serono's, the risk firsthand when a cougar came to her Leavenworth home in February, and stared down her five year old son. Was it scary? Yeah. The guy to stay inside the whole time that cougar was killed our friend, Kevin Hart one shot. So it was the one in may that killed him. Aound biker near Snoqualmie. Officials at the time called dad cats aggression, exceptionally, unusual. It marks the second person killed by a cougar in the state in a century. And captain Jewell said while the summer months is the most common time to see a cougar encounters remain very rare. We're not seeing any kind of trend as far as an increase in these incidents on it's been, I actually think declining, but we are seeing a huge increase in human population. Patrick Quinn, KOMO news. Komo news time nine twelve a shark attack a girl over the weekend. She swam in the Atlantic Ocean. Seventeen.

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"calvert forest" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"calvert forest" Discussed on KOMO

"Camp in Lake City is set to be cleared out today after mounting complaints Billy Harman's a townhouse near that camp. Frustrated tired of it. We're getting ready to sell our place. So this has been a burden on that the camp is located behind the LA fitness in Lake City today, sweep comes as a city, expands its navigation team, which clears the unsafe camps now so work to connect the homeless to housing and services, mayor Jenny durken, just announced she's adding four new people to the team of thirty eight police officers and outreach workers. There's a growing fear that drought and disease are killing off Washington's state tree. More from komo's Brian Calvert. Forest manager, Sean Sheldon says there was already an effort to deal with trees, damaged by winter snows in order to prevent major fires. This summer usually around, August that stuff will start being available to consume now, the clearing includes tree damage by blight and it's not just. Retrieve scientists are convinced the state tree, the western hemlock is falling victim to more disease than drought. Because when there's not enough water. This type of tree dies from the top down, the hemlock are dying from the bottom up and very quickly lab tests point to a fungus known as Riziq. Tonia. W S U extensions Kevin's Obras tells the herald, don't replace dying trees with more hemlock and cedars replace them with something that's a bit more drought tolerant. Brian Calvert, KOMO news study from the nature conservancy claims, the US saves twelve point one billion dollars a year and heat reduction services because of the number of trees in the country, the technical term that we use for as ecosystem service. And so that's just a fancy way of saying, what nature is doing for us without us having to pay nature. Professor Vic shonda says the trees limit heat related deaths and illness, as well as cooling costs. And of course, help clean the air sound transit is asking the state supreme court to take direct review of a class action lawsuit filed by tax payers over car tab fees. Komo's carleen. Jeanne? Johnson reports the agency's hoping to bypass review by the Tacoma court of appeal straight to the state supreme core. There were more important and more rich. So they get to cut in line Maria frost transportation center director for Washington policy center, says sound transit's argument is if they stick with the current plan and have the case heard in the court of appeals. It could slow approval of US DOT loan and an FTA grant for Federal Way link, so with so much money on the line. They cite the urgency horrible argument a horrible principal, and I don't think anybody wants us to print court policy where the more money you have the farther up in line and gets the go. That's not how American law works or should wear sound transit, declined, our interview request. But since an EMA says they are indeed asking the state's high court to expedite resolution of the case. The Commissioner for the court will hear the request for direct review this Thursday, June sixth. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Coming up on the KOMO morning news. Local company ensures and. NFL team travels in luxury. I'm Corwin Hake. Their client is not the Seahawks. But a bitter rival about Kobe. Aaa traffic.

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