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01:38 min | 2 months ago

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"If they want to use most of their power outside peak demand times. The bill goes to the full city council Tuesday. Ryan Harris northwest news radio. Coming up after traffic and weather. Pierce county getting the first of these in the state, vending machines at dispense Narcan to reverse an overdose. I'm carleen Johnson. Northwest news times 6 O four time for northwest traffic. Every ten minutes on the fours from the dubin law group traffic center, here's Marina rockinger. Well, in the South Park area, São Paulo 5 O 9 a cloverdale. There is a collision that's partially blocking the off ramp. South and I 5 leaving so south of mid Boeing field you're really going to see a slowdown there through the damage curves down towards 200. Southbound one 6 7 still struggling out of Renton towards the Kent area on the east side in Bellevue it's bumper to bumper traffic from 5 20 past coal creek parkways to continue to be slow to 30th. Northbound is still solid from 5 20 through Kirkland and it's tough through totem Lake and sluggish up to one 60th and again that is for an earlier problem that cleared from one 60th 5 20 westbound across like Washington, the slowdown begins right when you get to the water and it's just going to be a tough one over two I 5. South and I 5 in Seattle really struggling from Lake city way through downtown past I 90 or found as heavy from Michigan too I 90. In the north end it's getting it's a bit sluggish from Lake city way through shoreline and linwood. We're also looking at slowdowns in average from north of the Boeing freeway past highway to next northwest traffic at 6 14. And the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center forecast now from como four and meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. Why there everybody it is Wednesday night here middle of the week middle of September and it's starting to look and feel like it will drop

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"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

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01:42 min | 5 months ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"The 70s, rain expected to come back Sunday overnight lows, steady in the mid 50s. That's the latest from the northwest forecast team. We're hearing more about why it's no homeless county man has been awarded the highest civilian honor for heroism. Carlene Johnson spoke with the president and board chair of the Carnegie hero fund commission. We would all like to think we would rush inside a burning building to save another life, but the reality is most of us would not. However, 27 year old Jacob Smith did, the real estate professional escaped his burning home in Arlington May 22nd, 2019, then realized his mom was still inside. He crawled back in on his hands and knees through intense heat and thick smoke, upstairs he found his unconscious mother in a closet and drug her lifeless body back down the stairs and out to the yard. Jacob in that horrendous situation and acting from a point of safety made a very clear moral choice to reenter into that situation, which very well could have been deadly for him in order to save his mother. Eric zarin, president and board chair at the Carnegie hero fund commission, tells me both Smith and his mom suffered serious burns but of recovered. Some just risking in some cases lose their own lives to save another human being and that's what the hero fund is all about. Carleen Johnson, northwest news radio. Rising home prices are slowing a little, the S&P CoreLogic case shiller index for April shows a 20.4% annual jump. That's a slight drop from March and assign prices may be cooling. Seattle's housing market cooling too with prices up 26.1% in April compared to the same time last year. That's down from the 27.7% year over year increase in March. Northwest news

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02:34 min | 1 year ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Ends least signed addressing police reform and police. Accountability will make a big difference. But many local leaders say it's up to the community and lawmakers to make sure that they are implemented. Camo Suzanne Fonda, North Franklin School district, investigating racist conduct by some Kanell High School students fans at a recent girls basketball game video from Saturday's game is making the rounds on social media student fans seen and heard making monkey sounds and gestures at two black players from Zillah High School, just disgusted that parent was at the game Saturday. In the video you can see once the coach from Zillow realizes what's being hurled at her players. She tells the North Franklin athletic director to do something about it should either be expelled or or even that letter director If he's not doing his job school district says an investigation is underway, including interviews and review of game, film and social media on its Facebook Page Canal High School posted that no students will be allowed a games until the investigation is complete. Says Any show of racism is inexcusable. They right we will assure appropriate consequences are administered. Carleen Johnson Come on news to the Beacon Plumbing sports desk after losing six in a row and Looking like that might get a no hitter thrown at them at any time. The Mariners now have a chance to sweep a three game series against the West Division leading Oakland A's after last night. 43 win. Seattle had 11 hits, including three from JP Crawford, who said he's happy to be swinging the battle lot better lately and happy to see his teammates doing the same have been good. They are over. Last couple of days. You know, we picked it back up. We're starting to put together a better quality of these all around. So now, isn't it? It's a long season gratis. Keep grinding every day, and I think we're gonna start seeing the other end of this little pill right now, the finale of the three Games, said today at 12 37, then home for seven, starting with the first of four against the Rangers tomorrow night. Storm headed Connecticut, their first loss of the W NBA season last night, 1987 and over time it Angel of the winds Arena, the first time since 2014. The storm had played back to back overtime games, and in this case, they won them both having beaten Dallas Saturday. And the Pac 12 Conference announcing Washington's early 2021 2022 Conference. Men's basketball schedule yesterday, the schedules dropped in the dogs will open conference play to sever second Arizona and host U. C L. A December 5th. The Cougars early Conference games, December 1st in Arizona State and December 4th at home against USC Sports attended 40 past the hour. Tom Cutler Come on news. The pain is real. Getting your wisdom teeth out surgery for that tornado cl a broken ankle. But a lifetime of addiction is even more painful. Talk to your doctor or.

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"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

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02:51 min | 1 year ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Josh says they respect and support decisions like that. We obviously are following the guidance that we received from the CDC, and we do feel that we are making the right call from a statewide standpoint, But that does not mean that local jurisdictions and or establishments cannot go further, Sean says. If you are fully vaccinated, you could take off your mask in most situations, But if you still need your shots The rule is that you have to wear your mask in public. He also says it's okay. If fully vaccinated. People want to continue wearing masks. They shouldn't be shamed for it, he says. The Nigerian man arrested in connection with Washington state's unemployment fraud will stay in custody A while longer. Abba Demi Riff. I was ordered detained during a hearing today after his brother told the court that he could not be his custodian. If I was arrested at New York's JFK airport last week and is charged with wire fraud in a scheme to steal over $350,000 in Washington unemployment benefits if found guilty, he could face up to 30 years in prison. Little boy shot to death last night in Moses Lake, with a pellet gun deputy say that eight year old was shot in the chest. Investigators say the pellet gun went off when it was being handled by a 13 year old. You say that victim died at the scene. The sheriff's office called this a terrible accident. Almost Kelly Koopmans. Deliberations continue today in Clark County in a wrongful termination lawsuit brought by former longtime legislator Don Benton and two other former county employees. Don Benton, the former director of the now defunct Department of Environmental Services with Clark County. And two of his employees were laid off from their jobs in May of 2016, about two weeks after submitting a whistle blower complaint. The Colombian reports. That complaint was directed at Mark McCulley, who was at the time county manager. The county maintains those layoffs of Benton, who served in the state Legislature for 20 years. Christopher Clifford, a program director, and Susan Rice and administrative assistant. Part of a plan to staff reorganization and not related to the complaint. Now, if they side with the plaintiffs, this jury will also determine an amount for damages. This is a civil case. So on Lee, a majority of those 10 jury members need to agree on a verdict. Carleen Johnson come on news. Civil rights advocates are pleased to learn that Amazon is extending a ban prohibiting police departments from buying and using their facial recognition software. We learn more from Cuomo's Corwin Hank. It was in the midst of last year's racial equity unrest that Amazon imposed a one year moratorium on sale of its recognition software to law enforcement agencies. The band came in the wake of pressure from civil rights advocates who claimed the software is racially biased. The HCL you famously ran an experiment with recognition involving criminal mug shots and members of the United States Congress, the software.

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Carleen Johnson to members of Portland's notorious and chief, uh, speak to ABC News defending the last year of destruction and violence. 704 1st. Let's check the drive. It's tough. One in spots are coming Traffic every 10 minutes from the Dubin Longer up Traffic center. Here's Kierra. It looks like our situation just got worse. So we've been dealing with two crashes on North found 95 near the piers. King County Line. One is a fatality crash. Another one's been blocking several lanes at this point. They are now blocking all north bound lanes of I five that 54th in five and you will be deep toward off of the highway. So way just went from bad to worse. We've already been dealing with a solid backup from 38th into that area of the Pacific highway that has been looking slow. Just for for miles right now is you're approaching 348, but Now that's going to become one of our main alternate routes. We're also seeing several miles of backups on North bound 509. As you're approaching 54th. A lot of drivers have been heading for 5 12. That is a solid drive from Portland Avenue all the way to 167. And then we'll stay heavy as you work your way into Pacific. We're getting really backed up on river Road is you're approaching Meridian. All of our roads that are approaching I five. They're all getting stacked up as well. If you could just put off those travels for now, that's going to be your best bet. But I know that's not an option for a lot of people were also working with a crash in Seattle on North and I five north of Michigan. That's blocking the H O V lane. That's got you stacked up from mid Boeing field, traveling from ever to Seattle. 34 minutes, South center Bellevue 22 minute drive. Our next Cuomo. Traffic up 7 14 well. Let's get the weather forecast. Here's meteorologist Kristen Clarke. Our atmosphere is primed and ready to go for isolated thunderstorms to develop.

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05:16 min | 1 year ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"During May Day protests give us a look at the new tactics that Seattle police are using to handle destructive demonstrations. Comas Joel Marino has more Seattle police wouldn't discuss details of their new methods. But Jim Feudal with crime stoppers of Puget Sound, says tactics have evolved to better track lawbreakers who use a crowd is cover. They don't have to provide at that moment, proof beyond a reasonable doubt. They just have to have probable cause and then the case gets built from their food. Oh, says prosecutors now Need to pursue criminal charges following such arrests to keep the crimes from continuing. Officers can also call upon a civil attorney in each precinct for guidance on what is needed to take a case before a jury. There's a side causing the problems that the police are being held accountable. Let's hold them accountable to all 14 people arrested this past weekend have since been released from jail. The city attorney's office says their cases will still be reviewed. It will take some time to most, Joe Marino. Bill and Melinda Gates, maybe getting divorced, but their foundation will continue. The foundation of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has invested nearly $54 billion in initiatives, toe and poverty and improve global health. Jeff Shulman is marketing professor at the University of Washington's Foster School of Business. People of Seattle should really be rooting for the building on the Gates Foundation to continue to thrive. Bill and Melinda Gates will stay on as co chairs and trustees of that foundation. Yesterday, they announced on Twitter that they're ending their 27 year marriage. And Thursday night football going exclusively to Amazon Prime a year earlier than originally planned. Beginning with the 2022 season, those games can only be seen on the streaming service or over the air on local TV stations. Amazon is paying the NFL of billion dollars per season for 11 years. Fox has Thursday night football through 2021 coming up on camo after we check in on sports, black white silver lot of vehicles with those colors on the highway, but when it comes to resale value, that's not what buyers are looking for. I'm Carleen Johnson. First 2 to 10. Come on. Sports Update from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. Here's Eric Heights. The Mariners look to shake off. Last night's 53 lost to Baltimore as the emcee knows meat in the second game of the three games Syriza AT T Mobile Park. GM's lead one Nothing going into the eighth inning before giving up five runs. They had only three hits total, including home runs by Tom Murphy and Mitch Hanniger. The next time the Husky football team meets on the practice field. It will be August at the start of fall camp Spring practice concluded Saturday with a Purple Gold Game, a Husky stadium. Head coach Jimmy Lake, says the scrimmage offers more benefits than putting the players into a game week situation. I think every single year there's a really good start having 9000 plus fans there and hopefully, you know next year and years to come. We just have more more fans to support and to show the country that football means a lot in the city of Seattle, instead of Washington and in the Northwest and on the West Coast and in the Pac 12 In the spring game, the purple team beat the gold 20 to 13. The Seahawks added another player to their roster today as part of the NFL's international player Pathway program. They brought on Aaron Dunk or a linebacker from Germany will stay on the roster through training camp. He's also played at Arkansas State, and you'd have women's soccer team plays Second seed North Carolina Tomorrow and the NC double A sweet 16 sports attendant. 40 minutes past the hour. Americans coma News Come on news time to 11. Turns out the color of your vehicle can affect how quickly it loses value and the highest valued color at resale might surprise you. I know for me it's not one that I would bother buying a new car. It was that color combos Carleen Johnson updates after comparing the prices of more than six million new and used cars between 2017 and 2020. The latest. I see cars study determined which colors are best when it comes to re selling or trading in that car Turns out yellow vehicles hold their value. The best Julie Blackley with icy cars, the combination of yellow being a very rare color. And the fact that there isn't a high supplies for it. It all has to do with supply and demand a $37,700 for a new yellow vehicle. Three years later, average price is still just over 30 Grand versus the last place. My car's color. A gold vehicle knew it. Just under 40 grand would only be worth 21,603 years after yellow. It's beige than orange, green and gray with least appreciation. Carleen Johnson. Come on news, Carly. There's nothing wrong with a gold car. So when you're trying to find work, what are you looking for? In an employer, Como's Denise Whitaker tells us what's important to many job seekers. Finding a career versus a job is what Maura and more Americans are now looking for, especially after experiencing job loss. We're really massive changes to their jobs during the pandemic. This is why linked in, says it creates this annual list of the companies where Americans most want to work. They look for companies that give people greater ability to advance. Company stability, gender diversity and educational background, Among other factors. Thistles the fifth annual list that they've put out for the first time ever. Amazon is on top. After three years in the number three position I talked with Amazon's vice president of workforce development are Dean Williams about the reasons she gives for.

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02:49 min | 1 year ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Co. Moh news, 1000 FM. 97 7. Good afternoon. It's 12 31 I'm Taylor fan sites. Now the top stories from the Come on 24 7 News Center. A new investigation reveals that hackers who broke into a state contractors computer program stole personal information from nearly 200 state and local agencies. And now the state has warned those agencies to be on guard. More from Kemal's Corwin Take the revelation exposes more fall out from a hack late last year at the state Employment Security Department of Public Records request from Kxl. Why news and Spokane finds City governments, school districts and hospitals are among the entities whose data was exposed. Alex Town chief financial officer with Samaritan Health Care downplays the impact. Telling chaotic so why hackers accessed only data that was already public address date of this service that occurred in the amount of the bill that was pretty much what was compromised. But the state auditor's office admits the danger is not over, saying the agencies whose data was breached, remain at risk of extortion and ransomware, potentially putting the public's information in danger. City of Spokane spokesman Brian Coddington says 11 City workers had personal information stolen Now, he says, the city has tightened up security and we're gonna continue to be vigilant about it. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news with Johnson and Johnson Vaccine is back in use across Washington state after that 11 day pause by the feds, But some people are a little more hesitant to get the one shot vaccine compared to find her and Madonna. Almost neck problem explains its family because the blood clotting is only affecting about 15 or 16. People who have gotten shot and that's out of eight million who have received that vaccine. But of that 15 or 16 people, three women have died. Doctors are quick to remind everyone that the possibility is extremely low that that would happen to you. If you took the J and J Vaccine health experts are telling people to know that getting this covert 19 vaccine is far better than developing covert 19. Now the state has about 175. Doses that haven't been used because of the recent pause. We expect to get about 4300 additional doses next week. Como's Nick problem Bill Gates says patented covert 19 vaccine recipes should not be shared with developing countries. That's a position that puts him at odds with those promoting vaccine equity. Gates tells Britain's Sky News that making drug company's intellectual property available to all won't increase vaccine supply thing That's holding things back in this case is not intellectual property. There's not like some idle vaccine factory with regulatory approval that makes magically safe vaccines. With the pandemic still raging around the globe activists are calling on Fizer and others too freely share their vaccine recipes. Coming up on Come on news. I'm Carleen Johnson. New details on the shooting death of an Everett man on a bus from last month. 1st 2 12 34..

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Some students return to classrooms at Seattle schools

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:02 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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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01:31 min | 1 year ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Their despite orders to stop the man advances on officers knife held high yelling, Do it! Please kill me! No! Get down with the girl. Stop, Please do me. The newly released video includes the call from Port of Seattle police to SPD regarding a quote man in crisis, who had already cut his own neck with a knife subject. Nice to throw multiple patrol cars descended on the scene, although the initial report said officers attempted to subdue the man with nonlethal means no such attempt is evident from the video. The incident remains under investigation. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news bill that threatened to severely restrict the use of police canines has been amended. After feedback from law enforcement across the state couples. Carleen Johnson reports the bill sponsored by Democratic representative Jesse Johnson, he was inspired to introduce it. After calls for police reform last year, his noble band show colds and neck restraints. No not warrants, tear gas, unleash police dogs and covering badge numbers. During a public hearing last month, several law enforcement representatives took issue with parts of the bill, including a section that sought to prohibit officers from using unleashed police dogs to arrest or apprehend people. James McMahon with the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs. We agreed that the use of a police dog canine should be limited to the circumstances were necessary in the interest of public safety that when a cannon is deployed, it's deployed on the identified public safety threat. After that hearing, there was a workshop held between lawmakers and police.

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03:35 min | 1 year ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Disrupted their learning. Nonpayment of traffic tickets might not lead to a suspended license. That's the idea behind a bill sponsored by Democratic State Senator Emily Randall. The argument is that suspension due to nonpayment disproportionately affects minorities and the poor. But opponents of the bill tell the Olympian that eliminating the threat of a suspended license would lead to non payment of fines and even the disregard for traffic safety laws. Jeff Pooja, look Come on, you man who police say causes string of crashes while driving an RV backward and west Seattle is facing felony hit and run charges. And Komar waived his first appearance in King County Court today, police say when an officer tried to pull Co. Moreover, yesterday he put the RV and reverse hitting an SUV, a tanker truck and a 79 year old man. That man Was seriously injured. Kumar's bail hearing is set for tomorrow. Downtown Seattle. Nordstrom at another store were damaged Sunday night by Vandals who smashed out several windows comas. Carleen Johnson reports that the police officers were called to the area just before 10 o'clock. They've gotten reports of a burglar alarm going off. They found over a dozen windows smashed, including some of Nordstrom's large display windows. The hope is whoever did it will be seen on surveillance video that police will go over. This follows an incident last weekend when a group build a snow berm outside the East Precinct. Blocking a patrol vehicle from getting out than video taken by John Mitchell shows the group throwing snowballs at two officers. More police officers come out clearly not amused until the group If they do it again and block another vehicle. They will be arrested. Just seemed completely you know, an overreaction that we've kind of Become accustomed to from the Salem police. Police say there was no delay in their ability to respond to calls and no arrests were made. Carleen Johnson Come on news One woman is dead and another is being held in jail for investigation of murder after a fight over a political sign McComas Eric Heights report, Skagit County sheriff's deputies were called to a home and big lake around 5:30 P.m. Saturday to report of a fight. They got their deputies found a 32 year old Arlington woman dead in the driveway Deputy spoke to the two residents of the house, a man and a woman and determined that the parties didn't know each other and the fight began over the theft of a political sign. 55 year old woman was booked into the Skagit County Community Justice Center for Investigation of Second Degree Murder or 58, Year Old husband was arrested for investigation of fourth degree assault. Eric I. It's camo knew someone whose time 9 40 for the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk, a drug raid the broken tennis racket. Our top stories in the land Down under here is CO most bills Schwartz a stunning predawn police raid in Sydney, Australia. Olympic swimming medalist Scott Miller arrested charged with running a meth drug ring throughout New South. Whales. Meanwhile, in Melbourne on Novak, temper tantrum, old boy there's a little frustration Australian Open tennis one seed Novak Djokovic beating his racket into the court to event Some shots. They were missed, and I just kind of let it go. Corrected. Djokovic still defeated Alexander's Rafe in the quarterfinals. Serena Williams still in the hunt for a 24th Grand Slam title, she moves into the semi finals to play Naomi Osaka doesn't matter who I'm playing, really in this any violence of semi final of the Grand Slam and Um, no one gets there by chance, So I gotta be ready. Tickets go on sale this Friday for Arizona Cactus League Spring Baseball games. Teams,.

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

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"The Bulldogs. Some Carleen Johnson Gonzaga University announces a plan to welcome back all students to campus supremely cold temperatures gripping much of the country more than 70% of the Continental US now covered in snow. When there's ice on many roads, A B C's will revisit Omaha, where the wind chill is Minus 38 degrees, much of the Midwest up through the Dakotas and during those brutal cold temperatures. This cold is dangerous. Just 10 minutes outside with exposed skin. Can lead to frostbite. So you want to make sure that you're covering up If you do have to be outside in these temperatures, and if you feel any pain or tingling or numbness, you may have to seek medical attention. In Texas. There are nearly four million homes and businesses without power, which means without heat in Dallas today, the temperature close to zero Today. Weather permitting, President Biden hits the road. It'll be his first official trip as president, he is pushing his covert relief bill to voters in Milwaukee. You'll take part in a socially distance town hall tomorrow, he'll Tora Visor manufacturing facility in Michigan. Sherry Preston ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM, 97 7. 6 31 right now on this Tuesday morning, still dealing with some rain this morning, especially in the effort and Lake Stevens areas. It's mostly cloudy in Seattle and mostly dry at the moment. 38 degrees, along with Greg Herschel, time manufacturer and here the top stories from the camo 24 7 News Center. At least two stores in downtown Seattle, including the Big flagship Nordstrom store had a big mess to clean up last night after Vandals smashed windows along Fifth Avenue in downtown Seattle. Police were called to the area just before 10 o'clock last night after getting reports of all Arms going off, officers found somebody with a hammer had apparently gone around the Nordstrom.

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KOMO

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"A snowman day, very much self. Another driver in Oberyn told me he wasn't worried at all. He does plan to be driving to work tomorrow morning. But he said, I never believed the forecast when they say Snow is going to come, But sounds like he might be wrong. This time reporting live and federal way. Carleen Johnson Till morning preparations underway all over the place into coma, For example, 12 plows Spent the night Clearing hills downtown. Matt Fungal is what the public works department. Once we start seeing accumulation plow trucks going to start dropping their blades start moving snow off to the side, clearing the roadways, the city's maintenance yard. They've already been mixing up the salt brine ready to spread it on the roads. Firefighters in Tacoma have been working in the cold this morning Co. Most Denise Whitaker is there to have fires. Justin's Midnight is a good reminder to check all heat sources in your house to make sure that You're not running extension cords to temporary heaters to make sure that you don't have any curtains or blankets or clothing or anything that's flammable around a heat source. Very dangerous time of year. With these frigid temperatures, everyone trying to stay warm. Throw on that extra sweatshirt. Throw on an extra pair of sweat pants on try to keep yourself warm that way as well, without trying to, you know, put in extra heat sources that may end up causing a fire. No one was hurt in either of those fires a lot of school districts. Had opened for some in person learning their back to remote learning as a result of this snow closures this morning, and these districts include Modestino Olympia to 90, Tom Water all operating remotely today. North Mason, Shelton, Bremerton, North Kids Up Orting and South Kids Step. The North Thurston and White River district. They're closed altogether, and some in our body Lake is running two hours late. You could always find that school information up to dates right on the front page of our website. Komal news dot com Calma news time. 8 10 Let's get to the Beacon Plumbing sports desk. Eric Hynes is in for Tom in a development that could draw the attention of the Seattle Seahawks. JJ Watt and the Houston Texans have mutually agreed to part ways. The three time defensive player of the year, had one season remaining on a six year $100 million contract. The all pro defensive end had spent his entire career so far with the Texans After being selected with the 11th overall pick and the 2011 draft. The Washington Huskies losing streak is at four games, losing to number 20 USC last night 69 to 54. Heaven. Mobley scored 17 points and his brother Isaiah, at a 12 points and 12 rebounds for the Trojans, who won for the 11th time in their past 12.

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"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Your daily was slick roads and we get more from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson here in federal way Most areas got less than an inch of snow yesterday, but it's compacted on some streets. Crews have been out treating the main routes like Pac Highway and 3 20 scenario if you don't have to be out there, driving in it, state Trooper Ryan Burke says extra officers will be out and D O T cruise through the day but slow down and keep a distance between your vehicle and other drivers. For those Other people that are spinning out as well that we have a lot of the chain reaction collisions occur when we know temperatures in the upper twenties. Overnight Federal way has activated an emergency warming shelter at the community center near Celebration Park there also offering up to 20 hotel vouchers to individuals in need, and without a warm place to stay overnight in federal way, Carleen Johnson come Oh news, one of the first places where the snow started flying yesterday in the Puget Sound area was in Thurston County. His comb Oh, Steve McCann. A lot has changed since Jordan Valley arrived. In Thurston County, now a successful business owner. She's been selling fresh flowers every mother's and Valentine's Day for the past 15 years, right in front of her shop along the Elm Avenue. Well, it is the first time we doing this in the slow Easy way to keep the flowers cool in nature's refrigerator as her husband calls it, It's moist. That's perfect Couple says. The snow and another storm that's forecasted to hit the region in the days ahead, likely will not stop their sales temperatures have been unusually frigid in the North Sound with the windshield below zero In some places, couples Cara costed, it has more from Ferndale. There is one way of describing these bone chilling temperatures. Absolute misery. We have been freezing out here We come down to see any point where windows have been clocked up to 70 MPH. But I have to tell you we're actually seeing finally a little role in all this wind because winning is truly the weather story a crosswalk in county right now, But since this is not the first wind event of the season, we really have not seen that many trees down the county, telling me they have reports of about 10 trees that had hit the ground. Sarah says another major problem is blowing dust from the farm fields at this hour in the Bellingham area, the temperature's only 22 degrees, but the Northeast wind is blowing at 23 miles an hour. All the snowfall in the prospect more this weekend brought a wave of customers to grocery stores and hardware stores to stock up. Humble Suzanne Fong has more from the Green Wood neighborhood at the Fred Meyer grocery store. Chris Saray Leah stocking up on supplies early before the brunt of the storm hits to her surprise, pretty normal. There was a shortage of carts, but it didn't seem that crowded. No, there was everything was on the shelf. Yeah, so not bad at all. She got what she needed. Remember? One thing was milk less than a mile.

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

News, Traffic and Weather

01:09 min | 1 year 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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KOMO

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"KOMO, Seattle KOMO FM Oakville 20 minutes of nonstop news starts now Here's what's on the way. Is there a good way out of a year's worth of no evictions? I'm Brian Calvert, with several plans on the table in Olympia. Also, it's been nearly a year since they've been at school. But today young students and Thurston County of being welcome back. I'm Carleen Johnson. Live update now from ABC. Come on, Whose time 10 o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Dave Packer $1.9 Trillion Republicans, countering the Biden covert relief proposal with another at a third the cost President Biden inviting the 10 Republicans who proposed it to the White House today, ABC chief White House correspondent Cecilia Vega. It came after that group of 10 sent the president a letter and he picked up the phone and called and invited them here for this meeting. Now, Republicans have said the president's nearly $2 trillion plan is basically just too high. But there are some areas of common ground that we're talking about that. Price tag. The big One is the major sticking point. Republicans want to see this more in the range of that $600 billion, not the nearly two trillion president Biden is proposing, it says the U. S. Comes off. It's the deadliest month yet in the pandemic 95,000 American lives lost to covert 19 in January. The CDC says some 13 million Americans have been vaccinated, but supply is short. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio 815,193 vaccinations given in New York City. And our goal have been a million. We would easily made that goal. If we have the supply and in the West on the website of the Snohomish Health District in Washington state. Today, it announces they're out of vaccine and mass vaccination sites are closed. The doctor Chris Fitters for the Health Department says there will be Mork comment. It may not be today or tomorrow or even this week. But you will get an appointment soon. And in Arizona, the governor says his state is on the verge of running out of vaccine.

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"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Some light showers Come on news time 706 people into coma had a chance to vent their frustrations to the city Council last night, three days after an officer drove through a crowd of people at an illegal street race. I lived in downtown Tacoma for years and saw dozens of street races every time the TPD dispersed the crowds peacefully. So why did Officer fan decide to mow down civilians instead when they were surrounding that car and scaring him? That's unacceptable behavior. We can't do that to each other and expect each other to just perform like super people. The incident is under investigation by the Pierce County Force Investigation team. That work could be complicated since Tacoma patrol cars don't have dash cameras. Several people were injured. She including the person who was run over by that SUV here in Seattle, members of the community of rejecting a syriza of changes that the police department wants to adopt in how they respond to protests and riots. That story from Cuomo's Joel Marino's class summers, racial justice protests and the response mounted by Seattle police. Let the Seattle Community Police Commission and many activist groups to demand change. I saw Officer shaking makes chance shake it smiling at US. SPD has been making revisions and is asking for a last round of community feedback before putting them into place. I think we have changed our policies in the way that we employees devices sense what occurred over last summer. Demonstrators want bands on blast balls, tear gas and other crowd control weapons. But please can still use most of these under their new proposals. Almost Joel Marino reporting red light cameras in school zone camps are likely coming to the city of Everett. As we hear from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson justification for the red light cameras at busy intersections is to stop drivers from running the lights and crashing into another car city of Renton found more people, though running lights after the cameras were put up a few years back here. I think that that's kind.

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"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Whose members of Pierce County's disbanded special investigations unit believe they have been vindicated because an outside investigation determined the sheriff's drug unit did not violate any major policies and poor communication led to most of the issues. We get more from Kemal's Carleen Johnson, the special investigations unit was disbanded last April after concerns came out the team was writing fake police reports to protect an informant. And possibly conducting improper searches that become a news Tribune reports. Criminal charges were ruled out, but a fact finding mission found some members of the team may have violated dozens of department policies and procedures. Earlier this month, the Clark County Sheriff's office turned over its report 27 pages. And it essentially clear the drug unit of any serious wrongdoing. Sheriff Ed Troyer said He's reviewing the report and can't answer specific questions at this point, whether there would be any changes, if any SA you members would be disciplined or when the drug unit would start working again. Those members say there are vindicated after reading the report and grateful and outside review done by Clark County. Supported what they've been saying all along. Carleen Johnson come on News. The body of a woman whose vehicle was swept away in a landslide in Oregon earlier this month, has finally been recovered. It was January 13th. The woman was driving in the Columbia River Gorge when her SUV was suddenly buried under 15 ft of mud, rocks and trees. Crews found her on Saturday. The food network is removing all content relating to the most recent season of its popular competition. Syria's worst cooks in America. The move came after it was revealed that the champion aerial Robinson was charged by authorities in South Carolina with the death of her three year old adopted child, Robinson 1 $25,000 during last year's season 20 that aired a few months ago. It's a 39, and we're just a minute away from a sports update here on the comb. Oh, morning news. You deserve a cleaner start for 2021 think about how great it would be. Knowing that your carpet is clean and fresh and Safe and healthy, too, because you want to eliminate all the dirt, the bacteria, allergens and all contaminants in your carpet..

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Risky driving: Washington traffic deaths up despite virus lockdowns

News, Traffic and Weather

01:05 min | 2 years 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

News, Traffic and Weather

00:59 min | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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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"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"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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"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"carleen johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"CDC reports only 23 severe reactions to the hundreds of thousands of doses given so far. A recent Elway. Poll shows 55% of Washingtonians are willing to receive the vaccine now. Brian Calvert colonias come on his time. Eight or nine Tim. I've been civil trial on allegations he has repeatedly broken campaign finance laws is nearing an end. Conclusion of closing arguments is expected next week, latest from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson. This lawsuit filed in 2017, the state accused, I'm end of concealing the movement of funds between initiatives and taking a $300,000 kickback. The signature gathering vendor. He long used also failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars in contributions. I'm and who claims he did nothing wrong, told Cuomo. The attorney general has relentlessly tried to shut him down. After eight years of investigation, litigation have persecution of me and my family. I'm just surprised that I've been able to make it this far and actually have a trial. Now the state is seeking 2.6 million in penalties. According to the ever Harold also asking Superior Court Judge James Dixon to potentially triple the sum as allowed by law closing arguments expected to wrap up late next week. And then the judge will issue his verdict at this bench trial. Carleen Johnson Come on news body was found in a running vehicle late last night in Kent. Police say the man inside the vehicle had been shot to death. It was found parked in some landscaping near 88th Avenue, South and South 235th place just before midnight. Police are trying to figure out what led up to the killing. And who pulled the trigger. If you have any information you're asked to call. Can't POLICE almost Franklin C. Come on news time now 8 10 and we get to the beacon Plumbing Sports desk for an update.

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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 | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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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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 | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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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