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"carl humphries" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:00 min | 11 months ago

"carl humphries" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman Iran is denying western governments allegations that Ukrainian passenger jet that crashed in this week in Tehran was brought down by and Ronnie and surface to air missile the crash killed all one hundred seventy six people aboard and peers Peter Kenyon reports Iran is inviting bowing to participate in the investigation the official statement says in addition to Boeing the company that manufactured the plane it's inviting representatives from Ukraine France and quote relevant states whose nationals were killed in the bitter incident US officials said the plane was likely hit by a surface to air missile Tehran rejects that claim the statement because it quote a big lie and a very well calculated move in psychological operations countries are already responding to a runs invitation France's foreign minister says his country is available to contribute expertise to the inquiry and Ukrainian investigators have already been given access to fragments of the plane Peter Kenyon NPR news is dental Boeing has released a trove of internal documents the show Boeing employees bragged in internal communications about getting the Federal Aviation Administration to approve the seven thirty seven MAX jet with little new pilot training and peers Vanessa Roma reports hundreds of emails and internal messages paint a dark picture of employee reactions to problems that came up in the development of the troubled seven thirty seven Max and but simulators used by test pilots in one document apparently referencing Boeing's interactions with the FAA and employee rights I still haven't been forgiven by god for the covering up I did last year and another an employee says this airplane is designed by clowns who in turn are supervised by monkeys upon releasing them on Thursday the company apologized to the public for the provocative language contained in the communications the seven thirty seven MAX airliner was grounded worldwide last spring after two of the planes crashed killing more than three hundred people the NASA Romo NPR news forecasters expect to see somewhat slower job growth today when the labor department releases its monthly report on employment for December and pure Scott Horsley reports the unemployment rate is expected to remain near a fifty year low after a blockbuster jobs report in November which was boosted in part by the return of striking General Motors workers analysts expect to see some deceleration in job growth in December nevertheless US employers are thought to have hard enough new workers last month to keep the unemployment rate near a fifty year low it just three and a half percent NPR's Scott Horsley reporting the house of representatives has approved a resolution that seeks to limit president trump's war powers against Iran but the resolution is largely symbolic it doesn't carry the force of law and doesn't require the president's signature the Senate may consider a similar measure next week but it's not clear if that will pass you're listening to NPR news earthquakes continue to jolt Porter Rico a new one early today had a magnitude of four point six according to the U. S. Geological Survey about a million people still do not have electricity and because of the power outage hundreds of thousands of people importer Rico do not have water searchers in northern Idaho we found a third victim of Tuesday's avalanche at a ski resort Montana public radio's Erin Bolton reports to victims have been identified authorities say Washington state residents Carl Humphries and Scott Parsons both died in the avalanche on silver mountains Wardner peak in area of the resort expert skiers are able to hike to police have not identified the third victim a survivor told the spokesman review that the resort had opened to the area to skiers just an hour before the avalanche broke fatal avalanches within ski areas are rare but the incident.

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"carl humphries" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:56 min | 11 months ago

"carl humphries" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman Iran is denying western governments allegations that Ukrainian passenger jet that crashed in this week in Tehran was brought down by and Ronnie and surface to air missile the crash killed all one hundred seventy six people aboard and peers Peter Kenyon reports Iran is inviting bowing to participate in the investigation the official statement says in addition to Boeing the company that manufactured the plane it's inviting representatives from Ukraine France and quote relevant states whose nationals were killed in the bitter incident US officials said the plane was likely hit by a surface to air missile Tehran rejects that claim the statement because it quote a big lie and a very well calculated move in psychological operations countries are already responding to a runs invitation France's foreign minister says his country is available to contribute expertise to the inquiry and Ukrainian investigators have already been given access to fragments of the plane Peter Kenyon NPR news Istambul Boeing has released a trove of internal documents the show Boeing employees bragged in internal communications about getting the Federal Aviation Administration to approve the seven thirty seven MAX jet with little new pilot training and peers Vanessa Roma reports hundreds of emails and internal messages paint a dark picture of employee reactions to problems that came up in the development of the troubled seven thirty seven Max and but simulators used by test pilots in one document apparently referencing Boeing's interactions with the FAA and employee rights I still haven't been forgiven by god for the covering up I did last year and another an employee says this airplane is designed by clowns who in turn are supervised by monkeys upon releasing them on Thursday the company apologized to the public for the provocative language contained in the communications the seven thirty seven MAX airliner was grounded worldwide last spring after two of the planes crashed killing more than three hundred people the NASA Romo NPR news forecasters expect to see somewhat slower job growth today when the labor department releases its monthly report on employment for December NPR's Scott Horsley reports the unemployment rate is expected to remain near a fifty year low after a blockbuster jobs report in November which was boosted in part by the return of striking General Motors workers analysts expect to see some deceleration in job growth in December nevertheless US employers are thought to have hired enough new workers last month to keep the unemployment rate near a fifty year low it just three and a half percent NPR's Scott Horsley reporting the house of representatives has approved a resolution that seeks to limit president trump's war powers against Iran but the resolution is largely symbolic it doesn't carry the force of law and doesn't require the president's signature the Senate may consider a similar measure next week but it's not clear if that will pass you're listening to NPR news earthquakes continue to jolt Porter Rico a new one early today had a magnitude of four point six according to the U. S. Geological Survey about a million people still do not have electricity and because of the power outage hundreds of thousands of people importer Rico do not have water searchers in northern Idaho we found a third victim of Tuesday's avalanche at a ski resort Montana public radio's Erin Bolton reports to victims have been identified authorities say Washington state residents Carl Humphries and Scott Parsons both died in the avalanche on silver mountains Wardner peak in area of the resort expert skiers are able to hike to police have not identified the third victim a survivor told the spokesman review that the resort had opened to the area to skiers just an hour before the avalanche broke fatal avalanches within ski areas are rare but the incident.

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Rescuers find third victim from Idaho avalanches

Morning Edition

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Rescuers find third victim from Idaho avalanches

"Searchers in northern Idaho we found a third victim of Tuesday's avalanche at a ski resort Montana public radio's Erin Bolton reports to victims have been identified authorities say Washington state residents Carl Humphries and Scott Parsons both died in the avalanche on silver mountains Wardner peak in area of the resort expert skiers are able to hike to police have not identified the third victim a survivor told the spokesman review that the resort had opened to the area to skiers just an hour before the avalanche broke fatal avalanches within ski areas are rare but the incident

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"carl humphries" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:32 min | 11 months ago

"carl humphries" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From NPR news in Washington I'm she Stephen's newly released internal communications reveal that some Boeing employees had no confidence in the design of the seven thirty seven MAX plane or the managers and regulators who certified it as NPR's finesse aroma reports the documents show workers bragging about getting FAA approval for the seven thirty seven Max even though there was little pilot training for that plane model the seven thirty seven MAX airliner was grounded worldwide last spring after two of the planes crashed killing more than three hundred people hundreds of emails and internal messages paint a dark picture of employees reactions to problems that came up in the development of the troubled seven thirty seven Max and with the simulators used by test pilots upon releasing them on Thursday the company apologized to the public for the provocative language contained in the communications and Paris Vanessa Ramon reporting US and Canadian intelligence officials say they believe in a running in missile calls the Ukranian jet crash that killed a hundred and seventy six people earlier this week in Tehran as Dan carbon Chuck reports visuals are being held across Canada for the more than sixty Canadian passengers who were killed it was a solemn mood at the Civic Center in Toronto as friends family city councillors and members of the community held a candlelight vigil to honor the victims of the crash more than thirty of the victims were from the Toronto area the tragedy was felt across the city and especially within the one hundred thousand strong Iranian community the second largest outside of Iran another vigil was held at the university of Toronto several of the school students were among the dead many of the victims were students are academics returning to Canada after their winter break other vigils were held in Montreal Halifax in Vancouver a memorial service is planned for this weekend in Edmonton which twenty seven of the victims lived for NPR news I'm Dan carbon check in Toronto the top three voting equipment makers in the United States say the nation's election systems remain vulnerable to attacks might some major improvements that have been made since twenty sixteen and here's been faster reports on Thursdays congressional hearing on election security the CEOs of the three companies told house lawmakers they have no evidence their equipment has ever been hacked by Russia or other foreign entities but all three admitted that no system is a hundred percent secure and that all of them use some components made in China Tom bird of election systems and software so the companies are open to suggestions on how to improve security I think the vendors are eager to work in partnership with the federal government to make sure that we're following best practices and we safeguard the best of our abilities our nation's voting equipment some lawmakers want more oversight of election vendors and their cyber security practices the legislation requiring that has stalled in the Senate Pam Fessler NPR news Washington on stock markets in Asia shares are mixed following gains on Wall Street you're listening to NPR news searchers have found a third victim of Tuesday's avalanche and a northern Idaho ski resort Montana public radio's Aaron Paul tells the story authorities say it Washington state residents Carl Humphries and Scott Parsons both died in the avalanche on silver mountains Wardner peak in area of the resort expert skiers are able to hike to police have not identified the third victim a survivor told the spokesman review that the resort had opened to the area to skiers just an hour before the avalanche broke fatal avalanches within ski areas are rare but the incident followed two days of quite heavy snow fall which increased the avalanche danger in the surrounding back country too high five others were injured Tuesday the resort says it's not aware of any other skiers that are reported missing for NPR news I'm Erin Bolton thousands of people have fled their homes in southeastern Australia as hot windy conditions puts mashes massive wildfires toward their communities since September the region's fire crisis has claimed the lives of at least twenty six humans and thousands of animals well the story more than two thousand homes and nearly twenty six million acres Britain's house of Commons is given final approval to the bill authorizing the country's departure from the European Union it's a victory for prime minister Boris Johnsons plans to finalize brexit by the end of the month the measure will become law once approved by the house of lords which does not have the power to overturn decisions by.

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"carl humphries" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:19 min | 11 months ago

"carl humphries" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From KQED public radio in San Francisco Michael Krasny San Francisco may soon have close to four thousand electric scooters reversing its streets all part of the so called mobility market that start ups are capitalizing on but while writers might be happy with improved scooter availability other city residents are frustrated by bad behavior from reckless writers driving too fast then with abandon scooters littering sidewalks look at the latest on the scooter market and we'll hear about a new UCSF study finding that Easter accidents leading to hospital admissions went up three hundred and sixty five percent between twenty fourteen and twenty eighteen of the one of three injured scooter riders suffered a head injury that's all next and to this day live from NPR news in Washington I'm she Stephen's newly released internal communications reveal that some Boeing employees had no confidence in the design of the seven thirty seven MAX plane where the managers and regulators who certified it as MP arsonists aroma reports the documents show workers bragging about getting FAA approval for the seven thirty seven Max even though there was little pilot training for that plane model the seven thirty seven MAX airliner was grounded worldwide last spring after two of the planes crashed killing more than three hundred people hundreds of emails and internal messages paint a dark picture of employees reactions to problems that came up in the development of the troubled seven thirty seven Max and with the simulators used by test pilots upon releasing them on Thursday the company apologized to the public for the provocative language contained in the communications and Paris Vanessa Ramon reporting US and Canadian intelligence officials say they believe in a running in missile calls the Ukrainian check crash that killed a hundred and seventy six people earlier this week in Tehran as Dan carbon Chuck reports visuals are being held across Canada for the more than sixty Canadian passengers who were killed it was a solemn mood at the Civic Center in Toronto as friends family city councillors and members of the community held a candlelight vigil to honor the victims of the crash more than thirty of the victims were from the Toronto area the tragedy was felt across the city and especially within the one hundred thousand strong Iranian community the second largest outside of Iran another vigil was held at the university of Toronto several of the school students were among the dead many of the victims were students are academics returning to Canada after their winter break other vigils were held in Montreal Halifax in Vancouver a memorial service is planned for this weekend in Edmonton with twenty seven of the victims lived for NPR news I'm Dan carbon check in Toronto the top three voting equipment makers in the United states say the nation's election systems remain vulnerable to attack despite some major improvements that have been made since twenty sixteen NPR spend vessel reports on Thursdays congressional hearing on election security the CEOs of the three companies told house lawmakers they have no evidence their equipment has ever been hacked by Russia or other foreign entities but all three admitted that no system is a hundred percent secure and that all of them use some components made in China Tom bird of election systems and software so the companies are open to suggestions on how to improve security I think the vendors are eager to work in partnership with the federal government to make sure that we're following best practices and we safeguard to the best of our abilities our nation's voting equipment some lawmakers want more oversight of election vendors and their cyber security practices the legislation requiring that has stalled in the Senate Pam Fessler NPR news Washington on stock markets in Asia shares are mixed following gains on Wall Street you're listening to NPR news searchers have found a third victim of Tuesday's avalanche and a northern Idaho ski resort Montana public radio's Erin pulled has the story authorities say it Washington state residents Carl Humphries and Scott Parsons both died in the avalanche on silver mountains Wardner peak in area of the resort expert skiers are able to hike to police have not identified the third victim a survivor told the spokesman review that the resort had opened to the area to skiers just an hour before the avalanche broke fatal avalanches within ski areas are rare but the incident followed two days of wet heavy snow fall which increased the avalanche danger in the surrounding back country too high five others were injured Tuesday the resort says it's not aware of any other skiers that are reported missing for NPR news I'm Erin Bolton thousands of people have fled their homes in southeastern Australia as hot windy conditions puts mashes massive wildfires toward their communities since September the region's fire crisis has claimed the lives of at least twenty six humans and thousands of animals well the story more than two thousand homes and nearly twenty six million acres Britain's house of Commons is given final approval to the bill authorizing the country's departure from the European Union it's a victory for prime minister Boris Johnsons plans to finalize brexit by the end of the month the measure will become law.

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"carl humphries" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:08 min | 11 months ago

"carl humphries" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"I'm a commercial pilots will tell you we need to know about this weekend's election in Taiwan which could have huge implications for the relationship with China despite criticism Facebook says it will not make major changes to its policy on political ads go to Australia to talk about the political weapon questions of the push five until jeep organizer of a protest calling for action on climate change and we'll hear about a new strain of the mania which has got the authorities of one Chinese city very worried indeed we'll have the business is a for the township school sneezing Matthew canyon stay with the city state the BBC world service world news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm she Stephen's newly released internal communications reveal that some Boeing employees had no confidence in the design of the seven thirty seven MAX plane or the managers and regulators who certified it as NPR's menace aroma reports the documents show workers bragging about getting FAA approval for the seven thirty seven Max even though there was little pilot training for that plane model the seven thirty seven MAX airliner was grounded worldwide last spring after two of the planes crashed killing more than three hundred people hundreds of emails and internal messages paint a dark picture of employees reactions to problems that came up in the development of the troubled seven thirty seven Max and with the simulators used by test pilots upon releasing them on Thursday the company apologized to the public for the provocative language contained in the communications and Paris Vanessa Ramon reporting US and Canadian intelligence officials say they believe in a running in missile calls the Ukranian jet crash that killed a hundred and seventy six people earlier this week in Tehran as Dan carbon Chuck reports visuals are being held across Canada for the more than sixty Canadian passengers who were killed it was a solemn mood at the Civic Center in Toronto as friends family city councillors and members of the community held a candlelight vigil to honor the victims of the crash more than thirty of the victims were from the Toronto area the tragedy was felt across the city and especially within the one hundred thousand strong Iranian community the second largest outside of Iran another vigil was held at the university of Toronto several of the school students were among the dead many of the victims were students are academics returning to Canada after their winter break other vigils were held in Montreal Halifax in Vancouver a memorial service is planned for this weekend in Edmonton with twenty seven of the victims lived for NPR news I'm Dan carbon check in Toronto the top three voting equipment makers in the United States say the nation's election systems remain vulnerable to attacks might some major improvements that have been made since twenty sixteen NPR spend festa reports on Thursdays congressional hearing on election security the CEOs of the three companies told house lawmakers they have no evidence their equipment has ever been hacked by Russia or other foreign entities but all three admitted that no system is a hundred percent secure and that all of them use some components made in China Tom bird of election systems and software said the companies are open to suggestions on how to improve security I think the vendors are eager to work in partnership with the federal government to make sure that we're following best practices and we safeguard to the best of our abilities our nation's voting equipment some lawmakers want more oversight of election vendors and their cyber security practices the legislation requiring that has stalled in the Senate Pam Fessler NPR news Washington on stock markets in Asia shares are mixed following gains on Wall Street you're listening to NPR news searchers have found a third victim of Tuesday's avalanche and a northern Idaho ski resort Montana public radio's Erin pulled has the story authorities say Washington state residents Carl Humphries and Scott Parsons both died in the avalanche on silver mountains Wardner peak in area of the resort expert skiers are able to hike to police have not identified the third victim a survivor told the spokesman review that the resort had opened to the area to skiers just an hour before the avalanche broke fatal avalanches within ski areas are rare but the incident followed two days of quite heavy snow fall which increased the avalanche danger in the surrounding back country too high five others were injured Tuesday the resort says it's not aware of any other skiers that are reported missing for NPR news I'm Erin Bolton thousands of people have fled their homes in southeastern Australia as hot windy conditions puts mashes massive wildfires toward their communities since September the region's fire crisis has claimed the lives of at least twenty six humans and thousands of animals well the story more than two thousand homes and nearly twenty six million acres Britain's house of Commons is given final approval to the bill authorizing the country's departure from the European Union it's a victory for prime minister Boris Johnsons plans to finalize brexit by the end of the month the measure will become law.

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Rescuers find third victim from Idaho avalanches

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | 11 months ago

Rescuers find third victim from Idaho avalanches

"Searchers have found a third victim of Tuesday's avalanche and a northern Idaho ski resort Montana public radio's Erin pulled has the story authorities say Washington state residents Carl Humphries and Scott Parsons both died in the avalanche on silver mountains Wardner peak in area of the resort expert skiers are able to hike to police have not identified the third victim a survivor told the spokesman review that the resort had opened to the area to skiers just an hour before the avalanche broke fatal avalanches within ski areas are rare but the incident followed two days of quite heavy snow fall which increased the avalanche danger in the surrounding back country too high five others were injured Tuesday the resort says it's not aware of any other skiers that are reported missing for NPR news I'm Erin

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"carl humphries" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"carl humphries" Discussed on KOMO

"February in terms of how cold it gets daytime highs by the middle of next week will only be in the twenties overnight temperatures in the teens better chance of snow looks like it'll be middle to end of next week city of Seattle talk about its preparations later this afternoon Jenny Durkin transportation officials will go over what the city is doing to ensure minimal disruption of services Durkin will also underscore the importance of the shared shovel campaign where residents pitch in to help clear sidewalks and keep everyone safe they also as that you check on your neighbors especially the elderly still no sign of a man who tried to swim to shore after his raft capsized in Puget Sound last night witnesses saw that man go under water near the Michael seal ferry terminal divers rescue boats and a Coast Guard helicopter called off their search last night more snow expected tonight at a popular north was ski resort but the area does remain closed after an avalanche Tuesday como's brain Calvert has our update silver mountain about an hour south east of Spokane is closed again today with no estimate as to when skiers will be allowed back on the slopes there's an investigation underway into what might have caused the avalanche that buried seven people including ski enthusiasts Carl Humphries just a long conversation actually about it about the risks that we knew we were taking that he knew he was taking when he would go out there and he was talking about how he'd been lucky a number of times Charles luck ran out Tuesday he and one other buried skier didn't survive Carl's lifelong friend Shon J. ledge understood Carl's passion it wasn't a surprise he was out there and skin conditions maybe other people wouldn't be on the avalanche occurred after nearly two feet of new snow fell the night before we don't know if Carl in the other skiers were in an area that was off limits at the time Brian Calvert komo news still to come another thing schools in our state may soon have to supply students Carling Johnson the motivation behind the menstrual movement right now eleven thirty forager como traffic we check it every ten minutes on the force with here George well we are trying to recover from an earlier blocking problem on the east side actually looks like it may still be hanging out in your way.

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"carl humphries" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:22 min | 11 months ago

"carl humphries" Discussed on KOMO

"Of Commons passing a bill that authorizes the U. K.'s exit from the European Union at the end of this month Michelle Franzen ABC news one thousand have been ninety seven seven thirty six degrees under the clouds in downtown Seattle at ten thirty one good morning to liability only for Tom other today your Tom stories now from the call more twenty four seven news center well you've likely heard by now bitter cold weather is on the way after this weekend a series of storms will be moving through starting tomorrow when it's going to be wet and windy with heavy snow in the mountains Shannon o'donnell with como forecast team a lot of the students heading back or at least trying to heading over the cascades to get back to was to for this weekend because classes begin on Monday and that could be very tricky you're gonna have to time I had that accordingly around the snow then things get interesting Monday and beyond as cold air filters over us with highs well below freezing and lows in the teens and the possibility of some snow through the middle of the week for some preparing for winter weather is a grim unpleasant chore for others it signals the start of sledding snow forts and happy memories too and I like it I want this now I lived in LA for thirty years I'm ready for all the weather Kathy early lives in admins where she says she looks forward to snow days with their kids early on today still fall limited to flurries and small accumulations in places like Arlington Monroe when duvall it may surprise you to learn periods of freezing weather among the busiest times for a local company that delivers ice como score when he explains brand Benny with Lyndon ice company has a busy around today our any average Snohomish and we're heading back to stand would merry's alert tonight but it could get a whole lot busier Linden ice delivers party and beverage eyes from its eyes making facility in Linden Brad says business really picks up when snow falls and the power goes out a lot of block and party ice is good for when power outages go out you want to keep those valuables valuable foodstuffs you just put it on ice and coolers or put any refrigerator in just at the ice in there to the power comes back on snow we and especially windy days are prime time for Brad so anytime there's major power outages and all the stores here watch out of the most of their eyes so we just take off the tracks in a downturn Phil everybody back up the install which county Corwin hake komo news family and friends remembering to north was skiers killed earlier this week by an avalanche como's Brian Kelberg has our update almost two feet of new snow had fallen from the sky it's silver mountain resort Monday night tons of it tumbled down the mountain the next morning burying seven people among them outdoor enthusiast Carl Humphries and he was always pushing the envelope I mean you live that way Charles friend John says he was told by Carl once well aware of those risks it was worth it Karl and another skier were killed Tuesday after me top it's going to be weird very odd I actually can't grasp it investigators still haven't said whether the victims were in an off limits area at the time of the avalanche more snow is expected at the resort southeast of Spokane tonight but the entire park there is silver mountain remains closed Brian Calvert komo news coming up after we check traffic and weather Washington Congress woman says no war against Iran we are exercising our authority and our obligation Amanda factor with the details ten thirty four L. como traffic with here Jordan well it's taking us a long time to clear out some of our heavy commutes and we continue to look at.

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"carl humphries" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"carl humphries" Discussed on KOMO

"Between two or three and still call me valley road due to flooding both directions of two or three with about a mile back up as you're approaching wouldn't bill duvall road our next come traffic at eight fourteen and we'll sort out the weather forecast for you know just say mostly cloudy skies for today we have had some snow flurries that often times melting before they hit the ground or are mixed with light rain right on the edge of that in places like ever this morning were starting to just drizzled forty two degrees for the high today but the rain moves in overnight is going to be a windy and wet day tomorrow with a high of forty five degrees showers on Saturday morning the increasing rain late in the day rain on Sunday a winter storm watch indicates there could be one to two feet of snow by tomorrow afternoon in the cascade mountain passes come on it's time eight oh six family and friends are remembering to northwest skiers killed earlier this week in an avalanche we get the update from Kamel's Brian Calvert almost two feet of new snow had fallen from the sky it's silver mountain resort Monday night tons of it tumble down the mountain the next morning burying seven people among them outdoor enthusiast Carl Humphries and he was always pushing the envelope I mean you live that way Carl's friend John says he was told by Carl once more aware of those risks it was worth it Karl and another skier were killed Tuesday me tough it's gonna be weird very odd I actually can't grasp it investigators still haven't said whether the victims were in an off limits area at the time of the avalanche more snow is expected at the resort southeast of Spokane tonight but the entire park there is silver mountain remains closed Brian Calvert co Monia there's still no sign of a man who tried to swim to shore last night after his raft capsized in Puget Sound witnesses saw the man go under water near the multi ferry terminal divers rescue boats and a Coast Guard helicopter called off their search last night homeless advocates are hoping that the hand of the to come up people's park tent city will bring something positive to help with the homeless crisis almost Keith Eldridge has more.

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"carl humphries" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:27 min | 11 months ago

"carl humphries" Discussed on KOMO

"Family and friends are remembering to northwest skiers killed earlier this week in an avalanche we get the update from Kamel's Brian Calvert almost two feet of new snow had fallen from the sky it's silver mountain resort Monday night tons of it tumble down the mountain the next morning burying seven people among them outdoor enthusiast Carl Humphries and he was always pushing the envelope I mean you live that way Carl's friend John says he was told by Carl once more aware of those risks it was worth it Karl and another skier were killed Tuesday me tough it's gonna be weird very odd I actually can't grasp it investigators still haven't said whether the victims were in an off limits area at the time of the avalanche more snow is expected at the resort southeast of Spokane tonight but the entire park there is silver mountain remains

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Silver Mountain avalanche victims remembered by friends and family

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

Silver Mountain avalanche victims remembered by friends and family

"Family and friends are remembering to northwest skiers killed earlier this week in an avalanche we get the update from Kamel's Brian Calvert almost two feet of new snow had fallen from the sky it's silver mountain resort Monday night tons of it tumble down the mountain the next morning burying seven people among them outdoor enthusiast Carl Humphries and he was always pushing the envelope I mean you live that way Carl's friend John says he was told by Carl once more aware of those risks it was worth it Karl and another skier were killed Tuesday me tough it's gonna be weird very odd I actually can't grasp it investigators still haven't said whether the victims were in an off limits area at the time of the avalanche more snow is expected at the resort southeast of Spokane tonight but the entire park there is silver mountain remains

Kamel Brian Calvert Carl Humphries John Karl Spokane
"carl humphries" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 11 months ago

"carl humphries" Discussed on KOMO

"Fifty five person team of held over twenty two thousand people with their personal injury cases since nineteen ninety one car accident call Kerr visit Herald car attorney dot com a look at the weather well it's going to be interesting for several days here mostly cloudy from most of us a chance of showers rain showers but we are seeing some snow flakes in spots a high of forty to eventually rain overnight lows in the upper thirties rainy and windy tomorrow gusts to thirty five miles an hour and a high of forty five showers on Saturday the rain will pick up late in the day in a rain again on Sunday highs through the weekend in the mid forties we are seeing on the cold weather radar and evidence of some snow flurries from Seattle north all the way past Everitt up toward the Arlington area and out toward the islands heavier snow around port Ludlow this morning right now in downtown Seattle though mostly cloudy and still mostly dry the temperature is thirty eight degrees come on it's time six oh seven family and friends are remembering to northwest skiers killed earlier this week in an avalanche an update on that now from call most Brian Calvert almost two feet of snow had fallen from the sky it's silver mountain resort Monday night tons of it tumble down the mountain the next morning burying seven people among them outdoor enthusiast Carl Humphries and he was always pushing the envelope I mean you live that way Carl's friend John said he was told by Carl well aware of those risks it was worth it Carl Humphries in another skier were killed me tough it's gonna be weird very odd I ate it and if we can't grasp it investigators still haven't said whether the victims were in an off limits area at the time of the avalanche more snow is expected at the resort southeast of Spokane tonight the pop entire park remains closed and there's an avalanche warning for the region and affect through this morning Brian Calvert komo news still no sign of a man who tried to swim to shore after his raft capsized in Puget Sound last night witnesses saw the man go under near that Michael teal ferry terminal divers rescue boats in a Coast Guard helicopter called off their search last night homeless advocates in Tacoma are hoping that the end of the people's park tent city will bring something positive to help with the homeless crisis there more from Cuomo's Keith Eldridge.

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"carl humphries" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:59 min | 11 months ago

"carl humphries" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"A coma since the stabbing attack in Muncie New York this past weekend if he wakes up he may never be able to walk talk or even process speech again Cohen says they're still praying he wakes up he wakes up to a changed world please stand up and stop this hatred the attacker craft in Thomas could face the death penalty of Newman doesn't make it his family says Thomas isn't anti semitic but mentally ill Steve burns for CBS news Muncie New York there are new developments in a case involving a fatal police involved shooting in the deep side judge in little rock Arkansas has ordered the city to reinstate a white police officer who was fired for fatally shooting a black motorist officer Charles Starks fired at least fifteen times through the windshield of a car driven by Bradley Blackstar last February little rock police chief Carl Humphries I wish we didn't have to be near her the officer opened fire as he stood in the path of a car fleeing a traffic stop the little rock civil service commission ruled that violated policy and ordered the officer fired Jim chrysalis CBS news W. maybe a new sub three forty one Erica sergeant standing by live in the CBS two news room with a look at what's ahead on CBS two news at five and breaking news on the northwest side where police shot a burglar any developments we know a man was shot by police at grand a big vicar on the northwest side we have several crews on the scene and will have the very latest at five and six mother's wish to find the stranger who save your child's life the child started choking at a restaurant at old orchard that's when a good Samaritan jumped up and gave the child the hime look maneuver now a mother's quest to find the rescuer at six leasing keep Erika sergeant more these and other stories coming up on the CBS to use a five and six you all says he wants to make its work environment healthier than a moving company announcing today that starting next month it'll stop hiring smokers including people who vape moving company announced today and won't hire nicotine uses in twenty one states where it's legal to do so including Iowa and Michigan U. haul is more than thirty thousand employees are not running stories around the corner WBBM news on three forty two.

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