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Some students return to classrooms at Seattle schools

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:02 min | 7 months ago

Some students return to classrooms at Seattle schools

"Than a year of remote instruction, the Seattle school district started bringing students back to classrooms today. First to return preschool and special ed students come most Carleen Johnson reports. Kia has spent the last year helping her four boys with remote classes. But she was most concerned for her son, Aaron, who has a specialized learning plan and has struggled with remote learning and not getting the services. He is used to. If he needs that he needs that one on one, you know. Chemicals teachers. You know he's doing good, you know, but he still needs that one. I want it. Erin it about 20. Other students showed up this morning at South Shore K through eight for the first time in person, the state's largest district is still negotiating with the teachers union on the return of middle and high school students. You know, the governor's directive is to be in schools by April 19th for 6 12 and we will be Asked about students whose grades have suffered under remote learning depression anxiety. Superintendent Denise Do, you know, told Coma, they will be offering a robust summer school program and will have additional resource is for students to finish out this year and mortgage going into the fall.

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Some students return to classrooms at Seattle schools

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:02 min | 7 months ago

Some students return to classrooms at Seattle schools

"After more than a year of remote instruction, the Seattle school district started bringing students back to classrooms today. First to return preschool and special ed students come most Carleen Johnson reports. Kia has spent the last year helping her four boys with remote classes. But she was most concerned for her son, Aaron, who has a specialized learning plan and has struggled with remote learning and not getting the services. He is used to. If he needs that he needs that one on one, you know. Chemicals teachers. You know he's doing good, you know, but he still needs that one. I want it. Erin it about 20. Other students showed up this morning at South Shore K through eight for the first time in person, the state's largest district is still negotiating with the teachers union on the return of middle and high school students. You know, the governor's directive is to be in schools by April 19th for 6 12 and we will be Asked about students whose grades have suffered under remote learning depression anxiety. Superintendent Denise Do, you know, told Coma, they will be offering a robust summer school program and will have additional resource is for students to finish out this year and mortgage going into the

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Welfare check at man's Seattle home ends in him being cuffed, lawsuit

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:01 min | 7 months ago

Welfare check at man's Seattle home ends in him being cuffed, lawsuit

"Police department after officers held him at gunpoint during a welfare check two years ago. Howard McKay claims the Police Department has a policy practice and custom of using welfare checks to enter people's homes without warrants. Was a neighbor of the retired longshoremen who told 911 dispatchers the doors to the man's home were open things inside seemed in disarray. Boy's department armed officers arrived and ordered McKay out of his upstairs bedroom with his hands up, then ordered him to kneel and put him in. Cuffs I want you to do is I want you to stop Been around for me on the video from police body cameras. You hear McKay screaming and writhing in pain as they put him into those handcuffs. He says the pain was excruciating because of a work related shoulder injury suit alleges officers used excessive force and claims Department policy dictating circumstances when an officer can enter a private home. Is unconstitutional. Carleen Johnson come on you as Congress considers

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Welfare check at man's Seattle home ends in him being cuffed, lawsuit

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:01 min | 7 months ago

Welfare check at man's Seattle home ends in him being cuffed, lawsuit

"During a welfare check two years ago. McKay claims the Police Department has a policy practice and custom of using welfare checks to enter people's homes without warrants. It was a neighbor of the retired longshoremen who told 911 dispatchers the doors to the man's home were open things inside seemed in disarray. Police departments, armed officers arrived and ordered McKay out of his upstairs bedroom with his hands up, then ordered him to kneel and put him in. Cuffs I want you to do is I want you to stop Spin around for me on the video from police body cameras. You hear McKay screaming and writhing in pain as they put him into those handcuffs. He says the pain was excruciating because of a work related shoulder. Injury looks suit alleges officers used excessive force and claims to corporate policy dictating circumstances when an officer can enter a private home is unconstitutional. Carleen Johnson. Come on news. When a church sends missionaries out into the field.

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Seattle schools superintendent awaits parents' feedback on reopening plans

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:11 min | 7 months ago

Seattle schools superintendent awaits parents' feedback on reopening plans

"School superintendent in East Juno, urging families to return a survey sent out last week asking if their student will be attending in person instruction or if they're going to stay at home with remote learning. There is still no agreement, though, on a return to school for middle and high school students, the latest from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson. April. 5th is the return date for elementary students. Assuming the teachers union ratifies a tentative agreement in voting that began today, Superintendent Juno telling the school board last night, they don't yet know how many families are going to choose. The in person option of our final planning is dependent on survey results. Including teacher assignments, and your student's individual schedule. That deadline to respond is Wednesday. Juno says transportation is going to be a challenge with too few bus drivers at this point, and they've adjusted the start time to eight a.m.. Students to go in person will spend half the day at school four days a week and receive remote instruction from home. The other half of the day. Families were being asked if they prefer mornings or afternoons at school. Gino says. Negotiations continue with the teachers union on the return of middle and high school students, but the governor's orders set April 19th as a deadline.

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Police search for shooting suspect after man killed at church in Seattle's Rainier Valley

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

Police search for shooting suspect after man killed at church in Seattle's Rainier Valley

"Inside Emerald City Bible Fellowship in Seattle's Rainier Valley neighborhood. The search for the shooter continues. We get the latest from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson. Police responded to the scene around four o'clock Wednesday afternoon, A man entered the church. And confronted the victim, who was attending the gathering inside. They exchanged words, then gunfire. What we do know is that this suspect was not part of that meeting and that the suspect and the victim were in some sort of verbal. Discussion, so not sure it was targeted specifically to the two. But that is something that will be part of that investigation. Police Chief Adrian Diaz did not release information about the suspect. But they know who he is. And they're searching for him. Neighbors coming by, say, crime and violence in the area is out of hand. But not good for this. Maybe there were about 40 people inside the church at the time. Many of them witnessed the shooting. No one else was hurt. Carleen Johnson come on, Use a

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Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau talks handling of pandemic and moving on

News, Traffic and Weather

01:09 min | 8 months ago

Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau talks handling of pandemic and moving on

"Seattle School District Superintendent Denise Juno says she has some regrets about how the district has navigated the pandemic or handling of the emergency for the last year, is said to be one of the reasons the school board opted. Not to extend her contract more from Cole's Carleen Johnson. The district is under investigation for taking too long to get those special ed students back into classrooms. But do you know explains their approach was different than many district's thought It was important to maintain that connection for students going to places where they were used to talking to the teacher that they knew and loved. And then also our teachers having access to classrooms that they were in it, so it took a little longer to make those matches. She says she does regret they were not prepared to get every student a laptop and WiFi connection when students were first sent home last spring, and she says teachers Didn't get all the help they needed for online learning, and those first months she is leaving at the end of June. Her replacement for the next year as interim superintendent is expected to be Dr Brent Jones, who served as Gino's director of equity and engagement. The school board will finalize that decision on

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Risky driving: Washington traffic deaths up despite virus lockdowns

News, Traffic and Weather

01:05 min | 9 months ago

Risky driving: Washington traffic deaths up despite virus lockdowns

"Of of stories stories over over the the past past year year about about people people drinking drinking or or using using drugs drugs more more because because of of the the pandemic pandemic and, and, according according to preliminary data from the Washington Traffic Safety Commission crash statistics related to impair driving back that up details from comas. Carleen Johnson Chili Baldwin with the Washington Traffic Safety Commission says the numbers aren't official yet, but early reports are discouraging about 4% increase in traffic fatalities. And then if we look, it's serious injuries. We had about a 6% increase in serious injuries and the percentage of drivers impaired either by alcohol or other drugs from 2019 to 2020. Was up about 20% more crashes involve other drugs that we have involving alcohol right now. Nationwide. One person was killed in a drunk driving crash every 15 minutes in the U. S. And 2019. About 10,000 people losing their lives each year nationwide because of impaired driving, also concerning State Patrol has been arresting more daytime dy drivers during the the pandemic pandemic than than ever ever before. before. Carleen Carleen Johnson Johnson come come on on News. News.

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Public Hearing on Rent Control in Olympia Draws Large Interest

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00:59 min | 9 months ago

Public Hearing on Rent Control in Olympia Draws Large Interest

"Dozens of people signed up to testify today Online for a public hearing on a rent control bill proposal in Olympia. Details from comas Carleen Johnson, Democratic State Senator Morra dos, a renter co sponsored the bill to limit how much landlords can raise rents on tenants. Once Governor Jay in please eviction moratorium expires. It is on us to provide meaningful relief for the growing number of people in our state who are struggling to pay rent and feed their families. Spencer Anderson with the multi family housing assist The Asian said members are already struggling to make the mortgage and rent controls, he says will only worsen the affordable housing shortage is definitely affect our ability to provide me it's affordable housing where we are already falling so short, providing new housing units to the market. The bill would prohibit provider from increasing rent or other charges for the first six months after the end of the eviction band, which is currently set to expire in March. After that red could only go up 3% based on what rent is set at on March 1st

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Seattle special education amid COVID-19 under investigation

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

Seattle special education amid COVID-19 under investigation

"Of Education is opened an investigation into the Seattle school district's handling of special education during the pandemic. Details now from comas. Carleen Johnson. Seattle Times reports. Superintendent Denise Do you know got a letter this week from US education officials, citing concerns that some students with disabilities went without specialized instruction, and some teachers weren't allowed to provide it. Allegations suggest the district told its special education teachers not to deliver specially designed instruction to each qualified student as required by federal law, Tim Robinson, a district spokesman says, says March last year every time state guidance has changed. District has adjusted. The letter didn't refer to a specific complaint lodged against the district. But the office for Civil Rights has launched eight other investigations into Seattle schools over the last seven years, all of them in response to complaints.

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‘Disturbing reports’ about Seattle schools spark civil-rights probe by U.S. Department of Education

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:50 sec | 9 months ago

‘Disturbing reports’ about Seattle schools spark civil-rights probe by U.S. Department of Education

"Is opened an investigation into the Seattle School districts headline of special education during the pandemic, or about that from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson. Seattle Times Report. Superintendent Denise Do you know got a letter this week from US education officials, citing concerns that some students were just abilities went without specialized instruction. And some teachers weren't allowed to provide it. The allegations suggests the district told its special education teachers not to deliver specially designed instruction to each qualified student as required by federal law. Him, Robinson, a district spokesman says, says March last year every time state guidance has changed. The district has adjusted. The letter didn't refer to a specific complaint lodged against the district. But the office for Civil Rights has launched eight other investigations into Seattle schools over the last seven years, all of them in response to complaints. Carleen

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02:03 min | 9 months ago

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"I'm Carleen Johnson, plus traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the force First live to ABC News at two o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen, which is days left before President Trump's term ends. The clock is also ticking on efforts and calls to remove him from office tonight, A House committee will vote on a resolution calling for Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment. House Democrats say If Pence does not, they will impeach the president for insurrection is Democrats asking Republicans how they condone a president telling supporters to march on the U. S Capitol to overturn an election? You imagine any other Residents in our history. Encouraging and fomenting mob violence. Against the Congress of United States Congressman Jamie Raskin, joining other Democrats demanding vice president Pence remove President Trump using the 25th amendment. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington representative John Cat Co. Of New York, becoming the first House Republican to say that he will vote for impeachment. President Trump today in Texas to visit the border wall earlier denouncing the violence but telling reporters and also in a speech he's not responsible for rallying supporters believe in the rule of law, not In violence or rioting. Meantime, the FBI says they're tracking thousands of leads today, Michael sure, when the acting U. S attorney in D C. Says there is a strike force to hold everyone accountable, regardless of if it was just a trespassing the capital or someone planted a pipe bomb, you will be charged and you will be found coronavirus case is continuing to surge around the country, health leaders and states ramping up vaccinations and human services Secretary Alex Cesar says the U. S will no longer hold back doses of vaccines. We are releasing the entire Supply we have for order by states rather than holding second doses in physical reserve. Previously, only half the doses available initially went out while the other half was held back to ensure there would be supply for the second dose. A BCS mark. Revel lard reporting. You're listening to ABC News. Stay.

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Fleeing driver opens fire on troopers during chase on I-90 in Seattle

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:59 min | 10 months ago

Fleeing driver opens fire on troopers during chase on I-90 in Seattle

"After a wild pursuit involving gunfire along I 90 early this morning, the details and koalas calling Johnson Washington State Patrol Lieutenant Kirk Boyle says another trooper spotted a vehicle with a stolen plate on Eastbound. I 90 in Eastgate. He followed without lights or sirens waiting for backup. That first back. I've happened to be Lieutenant Boyle pit. He goes into the ditch ties it back out. No hits my patrol car. Then he opens up with his handgun start shooting at the Super Nine vehicle heading then westbound. I 90 the pursuit continues to West likes Obama's parkway, Then exiting exiting onto onto Lake Lake Mont Mont Boulevard. Boulevard. Suspect Suspect opened opened fire fire again again and and struck struck the the patrol patrol car car at at least least twice. twice. Second Second pit pit maneuver maneuver finally finally got got him. him. Stop Stop passenger passenger followed followed our our waters. waters. The The driver driver didn't didn't started started coming coming towards towards us. us. And And so so I I had had the the trooper trooper use use less less lethal lethal on on the the on on the the driver driver to to men men who who appeared appeared to to be be in in their their twenties twenties or or now now in in custody. custody. Thankfully, no officers injured. Carleen Johnson. Coma News Kids have

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Amazon Makes $2 Billion Affordable Housing Pledge

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:57 sec | 10 months ago

Amazon Makes $2 Billion Affordable Housing Pledge

"Billion commitment to preserve and create more than 20,000 affordable housing units. In three U. S. Communities where the company has a a large large workforce workforce in in including including here here in in the the Puget Puget Sound Sound area, area, almost almost Carleen Carleen Johnson, Johnson, Puget Puget Sound Sound Region Region Arlington, Arlington, Virginia Virginia and and Nashville, Nashville, Tennessee Tennessee willing willing to to benefit benefit from from Amazon's Amazon's Housing Housing Equity Equity fund to help preserve affordable housing that already exists and create housing developments through below market loans and grants. Among the first investments, a 185 and a half million dollar below market loan and some grants to the King County Housing Authority to preserve up to 1000 affordable homes. Critics of the tech giant have long argued that affordable housing Has disappeared and communities were Amazon has a huge presence. The funds to start in King County will allow the housing authority to complete acquisition on 470 recently acquired units across three properties. Pinewood Village, Hampton, Greens and the illegal Apartments. Carleen Johnson. Come on

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Militia group plans to occupy Legislative Building in Olympia when session begins

News, Traffic and Weather

01:34 min | 10 months ago

Militia group plans to occupy Legislative Building in Olympia when session begins

"But a right wing group is calling on people occupy the state legislative building next month. In the legislative session is set to begin group believes it's unconstitutional. Keep the building closed to the public because of covert restrictions more from comas. Carleen Johnson C Capital city is known for protests. But this year pandemic closures calls to defund police the highly volatile election climate All intensified face offs between groups in Olympia guns have been fired at least twice this month in confrontations, wounding one person. Several Olympia police officers have been injured in those clashes with protesters. Says the November 3rd election Olympia seen regular weekend demonstrations questioning the election results and other rallies have called on government officials to reopen schools and businesses closed by the pandemic. State officials are keeping approaches to the Capitol closed with signs, concrete barriers and Parked vehicles that has angered and frustrated Olympia Mayor Cheryl Selby, who tells the Seattle Times that approach only pushes demonstrators and protesters into neighborhoods and Toward downtown businesses. She wants the barricades removed. The Olympian also reporting that a group who call themselves the Washington three percenters is asking people to occupy the legislative building when the session starts next month, insisting lawmakers reopen that building to the public. They've been described as right wing militia, but their website says they are American patriots who support veterans and the Constitution. Darling Johnson. Come on news. Now

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Seattle Public Schools approves plan to return some students to in-person learning

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Seattle Public Schools approves plan to return some students to in-person learning

"Cos the Seattle School Districts Board of directors has approved a plan to return thousands of the youngest students to classrooms but not until March. 1st more from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson. Improved resolution will bring back about 9000 students up to five days a week. But unlike an earlier proposal, second graders are not part of the equation on Lee Preschoolers first graders Students enrolled in moderate to intensive special education will be coming back. Sherry Cox is senior adviser to the superintendent. Today's plan is a first step in returning our youngest students and those needing services to school, and we're hopeful that this is not a last stop. They're going to serve a family's next month to find out how many want to return. And remote learning will continue for those who choose to stay home. The district also has to get teachers on board. There's no talk of getting older students back into classrooms. At this point, the district's new parent student poll survey results show only 35% of high schoolers have a favorable view

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Seattle superintendent wants pre-K through second graders back in-person

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:58 sec | 11 months ago

Seattle superintendent wants pre-K through second graders back in-person

"In the Seattle school district could be back in classrooms three months from now. The goal of Superintendent Denise Do, you know, but it's not clear if teachers will be onboard combos. Carleen Johnson has the update during an online school board retreat over the weekend, you know, told the board of Transmission rates for the virus come down. She wants pre K up through second graders back in classrooms five days a week come March. 1st with that plan would need buy in from teachers whose union so far has resisted talk of a return to buildings. Sometimes reports Juno is pushing for a decision from the school board within the next week, so they'd have time to start planning. They want to race you of no more than 15 students per teacher, whether or not they even have enough teachers and other staff to pull that off is in question. And then of course, where we're going to be with Cupid Come, then is another big unknown. Department of Health Guidelines Right now recommend counties stay below 75 cases cases for for 100,000 100,000 to to open open schools schools Right Right now, now, the the rate rate is is 422 422 Carleen Carleen

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02:08 min | 11 months ago

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"I'm Carleen Johnson. Also, can you be fired for saying no to a Opened vaccine I'm core would hate with the untested law live out of a B C. It's 11 o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen. President elect Joe Biden will deliver remarks on the November jobs reports today. Showing 245,000 were hired last month. That's lower than expected. Meantime, Congress is stepping up talks again on a relief bill this time in $908 billion stimulus package. Bipartisan deal, also getting the nod by Senate leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, both talking on the phone last night for the first time since the election. Here's a B C's Mary Bruce Side and is now backing this new $900 billion bipartisan compromise bill to finally provide some covert relief funding. But he is going to want to push Congress to do more and like the rest of his agenda. That, too, will hinge on who ultimately controls the Senate. The House today taking up a first ever vote of its kind of de criminalize marijuana on a federal level, it passed the measure, mostly along party lines. Vice President Mike Pence in Atlanta, Georgia today at a vaccine round table alongside other health directors, like CDC director Dauber Dr Robert Redfield. And says the FDA approval is not far off more confident than ever that the day will come and come soon. When we put this Corona virus In the past, ABC is Alex Stone has more Vice President Mike Pence wearing a mask. Will he lead a round table discussion at the CDC, saying he believes the first approval for a vaccine in the U. S could come in the next week and a half through Operation Warp speed will be working with governors around the country. Implement those priorities and distribute those vaccines and it comes is Cove in 19. Overall case numbers and deaths have been at record levels this week, and last Alex Stone ABC News that's also in the state health campaign for GOP senators, lock and runoff races that will decide who controls the Senate. President Trump heads to Georgia tomorrow. Former President Barack Obama campaign for Democrats in a virtual rally you're listening to ABC never.

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01:52 min | 1 year ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Carleen Johnson, The Daily Herald talked to many voters who said they don't necessarily like Joe Biden, but they dislike President Trump even more. One couple from out like terrorist said they are independence and don't care which party a candidate is affiliated with. But when it came to Trump, they said, they just could not handle the way he conducted himself. But when it comes to the governor, they voted for Republican challenger Lauren cult, saying the governor Inslee hadn't handled the pandemic and shut down orders fairly. They're not alone in Snohomish County, where a significant number of voters backed Biden and Lauren cope Biden and cope in fact, lead in 94 of the same precincts across the Hommage County. Carleen Johnson come on news through a weekend of mostly peaceful protests and demonstrations. Oregon Governor Kate Brown has rescinded her executive order, putting the state troopers and other law enforcement under a unified command structure. That order had authorized the use of the Oregon National Guard if needed to help local law enforcement. After the polls closed November, 3rd protesters in Portland had smashed some windows and businesses and hurled objects at officers. But again over the weekend, it was mostly peaceful, deadly weekend shooting in Marysville has police looking for answers and a suspect We get more from Kamo spill O'Neill. Investigators say it happened at around 3 A.m. Sunday near a gas station on 88 Street Northeast. That's where a 42 year old man was found dead a short time later after being shot several times. A man's wife tells police she saw a man drive off in her husband's car officers are now searching for 36 year old Nick Torrance, who may be driving a black 2020 Nissan Ultima with Colorado tag A G X y 76. Investigators do consider him armed and dangerous. Colonial CAMO NEWS Seattle Police are trying to track down the person who opened fire near an impromptu block party Saturday night on Capitol Hill, killing one man. The story from Cuomo's Cole Miller Capitol Hill where a 31 year old man was shot and killed overnight at 10th and East Pie. We've.

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Health officials 'surprised' by plan to continue in-person learning in school district SW of Seattle

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Health officials 'surprised' by plan to continue in-person learning in school district SW of Seattle

"Comeau. News officials with to come appears County health say they were caught off guard yesterday by an announcement from the Peninsula School district Commas. Carleen Johnson has the story Peninsula school district Superintendent Art Jarvis told parents at the gig. Harbor District would soon be taking part in a pilot program for Rapid Cove in 19 student testing. That's where they take a sample from your nose or throat and results are there in minutes And Jarvis said in partnership with the Tacoma Pierce County Health Department and some other small district, it would let them get Maura students back into classrooms faster. But the health department responded to say they were surprised to hear the announcement as the partnership is not finalized. Yet. The district responded to that by saying, We're surprised that there surprised as Jarvis and the Health Department talked in length over the weekend. Meantime, in Spokane Since 2000 of the youngest students returned a month ago, they had only one Koven positive case directly linked to school transmission. Students have adjusted really well, so they plan to start bringing back more students next month so long his case counts remain low. Carleen

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Seattle City Council could consider new car-tab fees after I-976 thrown out in court

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Seattle City Council could consider new car-tab fees after I-976 thrown out in court

"With $30 car to have struck down last week by the state Supreme Court. The city of Seattle is talking about asking voters to again approve higher vehicle fees to help Phil looming budget shortfalls. Almost Carleen Johnson. CNN drivers pay an extra $60 card tab fee for bus service, but that measure expires at the end of this year. During a Tuesday budget committee meeting, City Councilman Andrew Lewis said. It's time to consider asking voters to renew that fee with the looming obstacle of initiative 9 76 now out of the way awful to mime and initiative, rightfully determined to be blatantly unconstitutional by the court. 9 76 was approved by voters for a third time across much of the state last year, but Not in Seattle, so there may be a willingness to pay that higher fee. No comment from there. Jenny Jerkins office. But the council did talk about her proposal to cut 60 million from the Seattle Dio ti could spell trouble for the move. Seattle plan to fix sidewalks and would next 10 million from the city for a contribution towards a new light rail station. A gram

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02:03 min | 1 year ago

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"27 people were arrested last night, the police chief in Shelton has told downtown business owners they may want to close up early on Sunday. A black lives matter. Rally is planned at the same time in same place as a back the blue Rally details from co most Carleen Johnson the expectation for Shelton police chief Darrin Moody. Is that everyone congee along and respect each other, even if they passionately disagree, trying T O make sure that everybody exercises the rights in a peaceful and respectful manner. I don't anticipate any violence. But as always, you know, you never know in the world today. You see in the chaos in Seattle and Portland and tells me he doesn't want that happening in his community were pretty blessed in Shelton. We have a community that supports the Police department supports our mission. And with the community when we needed change, and things needed to be different here at this police department, we stepped up to those challenges in the community spoken, so this is what we want to see. We did the best we could to get there. Stay patrol is sending some troopers Mason and Thurston County Sheriff's departments are sending deputies to be on standby in Shelton for the opposing rally's Sunday at 2 P.m.. Carleen Johnson come on News. The Tacoma Pierce County Health director is giving the go ahead for school districts to consider allowing young students back into the classroom Calls keep. Eldridge has the latest turn of events. The health director up until now has been saying no school should have any in school learning for now, But the covert numbers I have turned around and are trending down so well that the department and Pierce County believes that County has met the standard, the governor and health secretary of set for Ah, gradual return to in school learning, but it won't happen until at least September 22nd the stri ke through five youngest kids stick with that for a month or longer. See how it goes and then make changes based on that Kent County right now is nearing that 75 case Mark and several other counties are below it. But so far, only Pierce County has taken this action in telling school District's They can gradually returned to in school. Learning for young students Keep average come Oni, Let's head to the camo Sports desk..

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"On Carleen Johnson, the worry for health officials. But first combo news time is to 34. Let's check in with Marine again and see how the traffic's flowing Well, we have a couple of big issues. If you plan to travel east of, Ah, well, Seattle or east of Bellingham area, So let's start with I 90. We're seeing a 10 mile backup of about a four hour travel time at a travel time on eastbound I 19 year stampede passed on, and unfortunately people are trying to use back roads, but they're really not going to get you around the delays so you don't have a whole lot of options. Other Sent to just delay your trip. Eastbound I 90. If you have to head over Snoqualmie Pass. We also have an issue on Highway 20? Pinelli Road. It's west of concrete. There is a collision blocking all lanes of highway 20 both directions. We also have South bound for 05 A disabled vehicle taking up the right lay near the fossil Ever highway. We're seeing a bumper to bumper back up just after you leave Alder Wood. For some reason, there's North found back up there to South bound for five crowded, leaving Bellevue down towards Newcastle neighborhood and it's getting heavier South bound I five now through the five curve. That slowdown begins at Pierce County Line down towards the Puyallup River. This like a traffic brought to you by the state of Washington. Wearing a mask where whenever you go out in public helps stop the spread of covert 19. Thanks for doing your part to keep us all healthy. Mask upto Open up Washington A message from the state of Washington. You're next camel traffic it to 44. Kristen Clarke has our coma forecast. The excessive summer heat is no match for that onshore Marine push that is scouring out those record setting conditions that we.

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Carleen Johnson. So how are things going between the city of Seattle and big business ABC now at eleven? From ABC news. i'm scott goldberg victory today at least temporary ones or planned parenthood and abortion rights supporters in missouri missouri administration hearing commission issuing a stay allowing a saint louis abortion clinic the last in the state to remain open through august first the news coming a week after missouri's health department refused to renew the license of the clinic citing health concerns of former patients planned parenthood releasing a statement saying they are relieved in claiming the governor's agenda is to ban abortion which they say the commission recognized as lawful ryan burrow a._b._c. news the supreme court next term will consider president trump's effort to stop protections for some undocumented immigrants more from a._b._c.'s mona kosar ati in washington the nine justices have agreed to take up the trump administration's appeal of three lower court rulings that blocked the president's move to end the deferred action of childhood arrivals or daca program in two thousand seventeen though bama arrow program implemented through an executive order in two thousand twelve shielded some seven hundred thousand dreamers on documented immigrants who came as chill from deportation and provided them work permits high court's decision could come in the thick of the twenty twenty election the acting homeland security secretary today thanked congress for approving more funds for the southern border kevin machelandon says he'd like to handle asylum claims immediately from now on we want to be able to address immigration claims families are encountered at the border by holding families together in appropriate settings during a fair and expeditious immigration process last week congress passed last night congress passed a four point six billion dollar border package without strict guidelines on how the trump administration can spend.

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KOMO

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Carleen johnson. Plus it update on an apparent homicide in Renton Redmond between two half brothers. From ABC news. I'm Scott Goldberg at this hour, the White House is set to brief top congressional leaders following Iran's downing of a US surveillance drone that Iran claims was flying over its territory. President Trump talked about the attack earlier today. I may be wrong, and I may be right. But I'm right a lot, I have a feeling that it was a mistake made by somebody that shouldn't have been doing what they did more from ABC's. Serena Marshall, president said, perhaps, the shooting of US drone was unintentional that Iran, claiming it was in their aerospace, and saying, their borders are their Redline. The commander, though of US forces central command south West Asia, Lieutenant General Joseph was Stella making clear. They believe it was a dangerous. Escalatory attack was unprovoked, attack on the US surveillance asset that had not violated arena airspace. the drone was operating at a high altitude approximately thirty four kilometers from the nearest point of land on the iranian coast when it was shot down and fell into international waters serena marshall a._b._c. news washington iran's foreign ministry says it's not seeking war but also accuses the us of waging economic terrorism on tehran the president pulled out of the j._c._p. the nuclear deal and started this maximum pressure campaign on iran thinking it would get iran to the table it is having a crippling effect on the economy in iran but clearly iran has decided it will push back a._b._c. news chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz surprising testimony today in the trial of a navy seal accused of killing an injured teenage isis fighter navy seal corey scott telling the military court yes he did see edward gallagher stabbed the teenager but that it was scott himself not gallagher who killed the teenager by suffocating the boy scott his Never told that version before and has immunity in court. Prosecutor should asked if he was saying it because he didn't want Gallagher to go to prison and Scott responded. Yes, you're listening to ABC news. Stay.

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KOMO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Tech coaches. Patricia Tate tro told KOMO yesterday. She's a new teacher in the district. So she might be one to get laid off. But she's not sure why threatening districts also hiring currently. So why we're choosing to cut versus hire. New staff is unclear to me with the school. Board says more than eighty percent of the budget is staff cost like salaries, so the cuts were unavoidable with nearly eighteen million dollar budget gap. Diana, white is on the school board. There were some raises that were given out at the last year, which we believe that our teachers should have competitive living wages who gets laid off. It's all based on Siniora's. So it will be the newer teachers getting pink slips today. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Komo news time to thirty four. Aaa traffic every ten minutes on the force chicken with sue Romero. Well, we're not off to a very good start. We've got an accident already in the south end bay worked on this is happening in seatac. Southbound I five before the exit to one eighty eighth it's off to the left shoulder. But it looks like it's causing a backup from at least interurban and all the way down to that seen. Elsewhere slowdowns continue southbound I five before you get there from about Northgate all the way into downtown Seattle. So that's not too good. If you're heading over on the east side, southbound four zero five looks tough from five twenty through downtown Bellevue and already down towards thirtieth before you might break break free, then and then heading further into the south end is it ever clear trying to get to coma? I five is already heavy from enchanted Parkway all the way down to that five curve. Southbound on the valley freeway slows already south of highway eighteen most of the way down to Jovita boulevard. Traffic is brought to you by Wyndham hotels and resorts with more than six thousand hotels across the country at great hotel by Wyndham is closer than you think. Book direct at Wyndham hotels dot com. Your next KOMO traffic at two forty four. Now the KOMO forecast. Here's Seth Wayne it remained mostly to partly cloudy throughout the rest of the afternoon into the evening. We'll see that thicker cloud, cover build in the.

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KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Carleen Johnson with where it's likely to be bad this summer. From ABC news. I'm Scott Goldberg nineteen year old suspect in last month's shooting at a synagogue and powei California is now facing a slew of federal hate crime charges with one hundred nine counts, it could get John Ernest to life in prison or even the death penalty. Federal prosecutors say you're an carried out his attacks on the synagogue and a nearby mosque because of his white supremacist beliefs US attorney Robert breweries crimes were explicitly motivated by hatred toward the Jewish and Muslim communities. Prosecutors say when Ernest called the surrender. He told a nine one one call taker he did it because Jewish people are destroying the white race. Alex stone ABC news in Washington. The full house of representatives will now vote on whether to hold the US attorney general in contempt of congress for refusing to hand over the unredacted Muller report. But that vote might not happen right away. The house speaker says they aren't in any rush to bring the contempt vote on Bill bar to the floor and the reason because he may not be the only one. One one ready. We'll come to the floor, and we'll just see because it may be some other contempt of congress. Issues that we want to deal with at the same time. Speaker's office confirming to ABC they are considering holding a package of contempt votes, and some Democrats tell us this could potentially include Don Mcgann and Treasury Secretary, Steve Mnuchin, Serena Marshall ABC news the capitol. President Trump today called on congress to pass laws protecting insured Americans from surprise medical bills. It's going to be announcing something I think over the next two weeks that's going to bring transparency to all of it. And I think in a way it's going to be as important as a healthcare Bill that president says by partisan support for the legislation this evening, U S, China trade talks resume in Washington. The US is poised to hike tariffs again on billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods at the close on Wall Street. The Dow's down one hundred thirty nine you're listening.

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KOMO

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Democrats officially launching their efforts to save net neutrality once and for all lawmakers in both the house and the Senate announced bills with the intention of reinstating the rules that the FCC moved to repeal in two thousand seventeen. Komo's Carleen Johnson. Reports bills share the title of the save the internet act and would put in place the same rules at the FCC work to remove over a year ago, removing those regulations in two thousand seventeen allowed internet providers like Comcast and Verizon to block or throttle down content without any legal recourse from the government Senator Maria Cantwell democrat from Washington state supports reinstalling net neutrality so critical for people just not to be gouged by their cable companies, but it is also important for an internet economy as next generation businesses come along after the two thousand eighteen midterms the house now led by Democrats, and it seems likely that say the internet act will pass that chamber. But the Bill will face an uphill battle in the Senate where Republicans hold the majority. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news teenagers caught sexting won't face. Serious charges. Any longer under a Bill that has passed the state house under the current statute teams who exchange nude photos of themselves or share such images can be charged with a felony. Democrats offered the Bill to lessen the penalty making it simply a misdemeanor. The measure would also ensure that in most cases disturbing distributing rather nude images of another teen would be charged as a misdemeanor instead of a felony Republicans objected to that including Representative Tom dent, they need direction. The kids look to us for fences direction guidance discipline without that than they do you're capable of stupid things anyway. But without that, they do really stupid things. I defense would be diverted from the court. So instead of charges teens would who share explicit photos would receive education and counseling. Komo news time two oh, four we go live now to ABC news. This is a special report from ABC news. I'm Aaron Katersky. Jeopardy host Alex trebek's has just announced in a videotape statement posted to YouTube that he has stage for pancreatic cancer. Alex trebek's said he plans to keep working and he pledged to beat the low survival rate for this disease. He joked that he has to because he has a contract to host jeopardy that runs through twenty twenty two trebek's took medical leave from jeopardy last year, but ended up renewing his contract now in a videotape statement posted to YouTube, Alex trebek's, the host of jeopardy has announced that he has staged for pancreatic cancer. I'm Aaron Katersky. This has been a special report from ABC news. And as we learn more, we'll of course, have it for you right here on.

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KOMO

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Here's komo's Carleen Johnson. With more the dual bills share the title of the save the internet act and would put in place the same rules at the FCC work to remove over a year ago, removing those regulations in two thousand seventeen allowed internet providers like Comcast and Verizon to block or throttle down content without any legal recourse, and the government Senator Maria Cantwell democrat from Washington state supports reinstalling net neutrality so critical for people just not to be gouged by their cable companies, but it is also important for an internet economy as next generation businesses come along after the two thousand eighteen midterms the house now led by Democrats, and it seems likely that these say the internet act will pass that chamber. But the Bill will face an uphill battle in the Senate where Republicans hold the majority. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news at our state capital teenagers caught sexting won't face serious charges any longer under a Bill that has passed the state house now under the current statute teams who exchanged nude photos of themselves or share such images can be charged with a felony. Democrats offered the Bill to lessen the penalty making it simply a misdemeanor that measure would also ensure that in most cases disturbing nude images of another teen would be charged as a misdemeanor instead of a felony Republicans object to that including Representative Tom dance, they need direction. The kids look to us for fences direction guidance discipline without that then they do they're capable of stupid things anyway. But without that, they do really stupid things. Talking about distributing nude images. A first defense would be diverted from the cord. So instead of charges teenagers who share explicit photos would receive education and counseling the measure now moving onto the Senate, a former Bellingham city employees will go to prison for having child pornography and videotaping, female employees. A changing area to local aquatic center. David Fricke was sentenced on Monday in two thousand sixteen Bellingham police linked him to child pornography being uploaded to a website police later found he had hundreds of images and that he had posted in chat rooms associated with child. Porn, six women have sued the city and Frick over the voyeurism after Frick admitted to videotaping the women in two thousand fifteen coming up on KOMO old McDonald had a farm and now he has a drone to I'm Brian Calvert. With the tech making huge changes here in Washington. I am update on KOMO AAA traffic.

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KOMO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo's Carleen Johnson reports county in southwest Washington did not support the measure this year and the commission this week took a vote on a resolution formerly opposing it. Because someone in Olympia says is a law doesn't really qualify. Commissioner Arne Mortenson says he's consulted the prosecutor and the sheriff about enforcement and was told by both. They will not. Gators custom guns in Kelso. The owner. Wally went says, he's glad to see the Commissioner's take this stand asked. If he will break the law of somebody under twenty one comes into purchase a semiautomatic. I have not had an eighteen to twenty year old come to the counters. Are you going to sell me twenty two oughta Matic over there? I'm going to cross that bridge when I get to Kellett's county at least the fifth county in our state to come out against initiative sixteen thirty nine the police chief in Republic Wakaya come county. Cricket Ted county, and Franklin county have all said, they will not enforce the law. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. A criminal Justice professor from Washington state university tells KOMO he can't recall a time before when sheriffs and prosecutors have said that they will not comply with state law concerning a felony violation. Dr Craig hemorrhoids says it's going to be up to the courts have three branches of government. You know, and the branch of government that's tasked with a top rating the laws and applying our laws comparing him with the constitution of the United States to see if there's a conflict. That's the courts job sheriff stuff in November the NRA file. Joint lawsuit with the second amendment foundation challenging I sixteen thirty nine constitutionality. But that decision may not come before the law is set to take effect in July and Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan has unveiled a new effort to attract and keep police officers in the city the legislation proposed to the city council would give SPD a hiring bonus of up to fifteen thousand dollars. The mayor's office says the bonus will help SPD gain more experienced officers and support potential officers relocating to the Seattle area coming up after traffic. Schultz says he's sorry about the Sonics and then spreads the blame around. I'm Corwin Hake..

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KOMO

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"And maybe not so good. Here's komo's Brian Calvert. Earlier this week as I descended down for my I look at the completed highway ninety nine tunnel operations manager Chris Johnson revealed. This wasn't his first underground rodeo personal that I was involved with is the new mount Baker tunnel overnight ninety back in the eighties. So I asked him about tunnel. Evolution you, learn some hard lessons, some good lessons. The latest safety technology in the new tunnel heaven forbid, something bad were to happen involving a fire pressurizing theory that we're in right now that if we opened up the door to the roadways heirs can be blowing out into the roadway. It's not going to come in the safety corridors delighting, the ventilation all improvements over predecessors. Chris hope come Monday, you don't notice all these improvements. He'd rather. You just have a nice easy commute expensive efficient. It's a good way to move people through. Brian Calvert, KOMO news out of their county in our state taking a stand against I sixteen thirty nine which passed in November ushering in some of the strictest gun laws in the nation. Komo's Carleen Johnson reports. Thirty nine changes the rules for gun background checks puts age restrictions on the purchase of some guns and requires gun owners to safely store their weapons caliber county. Commissioner Arne Mortenson says there's no doubt though, this laws unconstitutional and the commission passed a resolution this week saying they oppose the new law. The county prosecutor says he won't prosecute for it. They've also asked the sheriff about it. If you personally feel a laws on constitutional will you arrest answer is no Mortenson says that is the will of the voters in that. County in fact, out of thirty nine counties twenty-seven in our state voted it down but populists. King county's to home mission Pierce carry it through and the police chief in Republic county, click attack county, and Franklin county sheriff's have all said, they will not enforce this law. This also a lawsuit against the measure led by the NRA. Carleen johnson. Komo news predicted that number of measles cases. Still growing Clark county now confirms forty-one people with a measles investigating fifteen. Other possible cases, it King County in Oregon the count is one. In each case. There's a total of forty three with the measles in the Pacific northwest. Most of the patients under the age of eighteen straight.

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KOMO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Down the clock and continues to run down the delayed the parliamentary vote from December January and then lost by the biggest majority ever against a government. Now going back to Brussels, but I'm very unclear what they're going back to Brussels to do days required to pass critical legislation are simply running out three European countries working to preserve a deal that was meant to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon have established a new system. So there companies can continue trading with Iran without incurring US sanctions and ride hailing company Suber in say, they'll stop operating in Barcelona after the regional government passed tighter regulations to appease taxi drivers. I'm Tom rivers at the ABC news foreign desk in London gray wolves have made a remarkable comeback in Washington state, but wolves that prey on livestock can legally be killed Bainbridge island. Democrat wants to outlaw the practice that a Republican from the northeast corner of the state calls the relocation Bill insulting when the wolves kill livestock. The state has allowed hunters to kill Pac members Representative Sherry Appleton. Spill though would make that illegal forcing the predator wolves to be relocated. Lynn response to that suggestion. What Conde Representative Joel credit says the problem with that? Nobody wants him anywhere near them where he lives in that northeast corner of the state they have ninety percent of the state's gray wolves. And ranchers are losing a lot of livestock. We've got people that are going out of business. We're seeing Green's destroyed got a a young man that the mortgage his whole future on a cattle ranch. Just to kind of people we want in their twenty seven years old, and he's on the verge losing everything. Only half kidding credit says, hey, let's open up the largely untapped wolf tourism industry and create a sanctuary on Bainbridge island for the animals. So the problem wolves can all live there. Instead. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news..

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KOMO

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Carleen Johnson. Details on this morning's crash that shut down. I five it works. Now might it work from now on I'm Brian Calvert. With the new gauntlet thrown by a local transportation planner. We're gonna dry out and see nice patch of sunshine for the next several days. We'll talk about that in four minutes. I here's ABC news at eight o'clock. From ABC news. I'm Sherry Preston. One man now under arrest in facing sex assault charges after an incapacitated woman at a long term care facility in Phoenix had a baby police chief Jerry Williams is thirty six year old Nathan Sutherland Sutherland is a licensed practical nurse who was responsible for providing care to the victim. During this time the sexual assault occurred in twenty nine year old victim gave birth late last month workers at the facility say they had no idea she was pregnant the Senate is now set to vote tomorrow and competing bills to end the partial government shutdown one backed by Republicans the other backed by Democrats neither expected to pass at the White House ABC's. Karen Travers says there are still a lot of questions about the state of the union less than one week until the state of the union and the White House is publicly signaling President Trump will deliver the address as planned on Capitol Hill press secretary Sarah Sanders, Tuesday night seemed to dismiss house speaker Nancy Pelosi's request to talk about postponing the speech, if the government was still closed. She cited. Security concerns as a potential reason to delay. It. Those concerns were addressed by the department of homeland security the United States ticket service at this point moving forward. Karen Travers, ABC news. The White House says tell ABC news that the president is considering delivering his state of the union campaign style rally. Another democrat meantime, is eyeing the White House. He's Thirty-seven-year-old Afghanistan war veteran from Indiana. The mayor of something you may not be a household name. In fact, chief strategist for Barack Obama's presidential campaign. David Axelrod, calling him the longest of longshots, but in a nearly two minute long video posted to his Twitter account makes his case to a younger generation of voters. We're the generation.

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"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Scoring perfect ten on her floor routine at the Pac twelve championships. If you haven't seen it on the internet yet year, probably the only one in the world who hasn't such joy as she performs it incredibly difficult routine beaming from Erie every time I get on the floor. That's always been my favorite part of gymnastics and being there with my team and my coach and being able to see them dancing with me. Feels like home. It didn't feel like home though, when she was an elite gymnast training for the Olympics. In fact, she was told by many she was simply too big for the sports outside of the gym on the internet. So it's something that you can never really escape at age fourteen. Even though she was one of the top gymnasts in the world. She quit then she enrolled at UCLA an has thrived at gymnastics again traits now Kate little Hashi is writing poetry because I am my own size. And no words or judgmental stairs will make me a compromise for what it's worth sweet, Sherry Preston. ABC news. A week ago. He was facing deportation but an undocumented immigrant from Guatemala has been freed from the northwest detention center and given the chance to stay here goes Carleen Johnson reports last week the Tacoma news Tribune, profiled Leo Baena Gomez, this story, an undocumented immigrant facing the very real prospect of being deported sent back to a country. He left more than a decade ago. He'd been locked up in the north west attention centers since late October when US immigration and customs enforcement officials picked him up in the parking lot of his children's dentist office is wife through an interpreter told the Tribune her husband just wanted a chance to continue to make life here, especially because of their children the kids are are American citizens. So they will they will not be legal citizens late last week. A judge presiding over Baena Gomez this case ruled in the family's favor saying he will be allowed to stay in the United States as a lawful permanent. Resident he will be given a green card in Tacoma. Carleen johnson. Komo.

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"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo's Carleen Johnson has more executive Dow Constantine still urging people to try other option. Transit if possible during the closure some folks worked from home some folks who earlier later a lot of people will be able to use services like the rapid ride bus or the water chance. Yeah. The buses are certainly expected to be more crowded Tricia this morning road from Queen Anne down to bell town. Right now, it was a little crowded, especially since pass and o'clock. He looks like a regular commute. So maybe slightly more crowded people probably later says and earlier, of course, if you don't have to come into Seattle, I don't really plan on going downtown for the next few weeks like to avoid it at all costs 'cause I five is going to be backed up and all the side streets. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Looks like a lot of ferry commuters. Found a different way to get into Seattle this morning. The state very systems. Dina war says the six twenty sailing from kits have to Seattle had room for another thirty cars is warning encouraging that people are either using the bus systems or finding alternate routes and not bringing their vehicles into Seattle, even so they're watching to see if other boats have more people and cars on them. Missouri fugitive captured with the help of a drone after allegedly attacking his girlfriend at an Anna Cordis casino early Saturday morning. Komo's Frank Lenzi. Has that story? It was just after one AM when police were told of a domestic violence attack. The switch casino officers say they found a woman who had been beaten and strangled by her. Twenty nine year old boyfriend witnesses said the guide runoff officers found out he had a history of being armed and attacking police. A drone was brought in from the Skagit county sheriff's office to search using infrared cameras and the guy was spotted hiding under a nearby peer short time later. Police say the suspect was wanted on a parole. Violation warrant out of Missouri for skipping out on a robbery charge. Frank lenzi. Komo news. There's a report the city of Seattle and the police union agreed to delay the release of a ruling that reinstated. A fired officer komo's Bill O'neil has more. According to the Seattle times the release of that ruling allowing least shepherd to return to work was delayed until after the city council voted to approve a new contract with the union back in November shepherd been fired for punching a woman in a patrol car at the time. The city attorney said the delay was the result of a number procedural and technical questions though. The report says internal emails show. The ruling was finished by October thirty first calcium. Release a herbal devoted in favor of the contract announced the delay. The mayor's office says it was first informed of the ruling about a week. After the contract vote was not involved in discussions of its timing. Bill O'neil. Komo news plane crashed on Whidbey island, Saturday, killing the pilots county sheriff deputies say sixty three year old Mark Drake died when his plane went down during a landing of the Porterfield runway near Langley looks like from the pattern and the trees that they just went straight into the ground. Investigators say they got a mayday call before noon. First responders say Drake died instantly..

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