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"carolyn johnson" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:19 min | 4 months ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on WTOP

"79 in foggy bottom and another 79 in Silver Spring Two 41 now on WTO Americans may soon have another COVID-19 vaccine option It's one that may be more appealing to some who have been hesitant about the newer technology of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines FDA advisers today are debating whether the shot developed by Gaithersburg based novavax is safe and effective Joining us live to talk all about it Washington Post healthcare reporter fennet neera pill Thanks so much for being here with us and appreciate it Thanks for having me So what are the top differences between the novavax shot and the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines So my colleague Carolyn Johnson explains this really well At the heart of a vaccine is building a spike protein to fight against the virus The Pfizer BioNTech vaccines and the Moderna vaccines they use messenger RNA to instruct the cell how to build how to build the spike protein That's a new technology The novavax one it uses a tried and true familiar method where you're manufacturing and purifying the coronavirus spike proteins in a laboratory and they actually use cells from a moth in order to do so Novavax is already approved in 40 other countries so what is taking the company so long to get its data in front of the FDA Well there's a different process in the United States and they're held to higher standards here So one of the one of the issues is that the novavax novavax vaccine requires a more time consuming technology and it's a smaller company that's had a growing pains including manufacturer delays and with the FDA vaccine makers have to demonstrate that their product is consistent every batch and every vial So that's why it's taken longer in the United States He founded I'm just curious the Johnson & Johnson shot which largely isn't used here any longer did not use RNA technology either Is this new shot different from the technology behind the J&J Yeah so the difference between Johnson & Johnson and novavax is Johnson & Johnson used a harmless version of the virus to build that spike protein Novavax is building is building it out in a lab not using a harmless version of the virus Final few seconds here any timeline for this to get on down the road and get into the market It's not going to be as quick as the other vaccines were because it requires several more meetings and they're still waiting for additional data But we're looking at later this summer All righty Washington Post healthcare reporter fennet neera pill thanks so much for being with us Thanks for having me Stick with us here on WTO Big golf news involving Tiger Woods two 43 Here frontline voices on public safety in partnership with Verizon How can public safety agencies strengthen their cybersecurity They need to conduct an audit of an agency security compliance Steve Miller with a digital decision a group that provides consultant services to Verizon He says multi factor authentication is also important because it requires something other than just a username and password While a lot of people view that as an inconvenience it has become a necessity I'm Nick eying.

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"carolyn johnson" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"A thing like me, first of all. I don't run around saying Bob Dole does this and Bob Dole does that. That's not something Bob Dole does. He is widely regarded as in his era, the funniest man in Washington, D.C.. He will be missed a great American Bob Dole dead at the age of 98. We should all live such lives of significance purpose and good humor. The coronavirus vaccine demand grew over the weekend good. Americans are waking up to the fact that this is the best protection they have. We don't need lockdowns. We don't being band dates. We don't need school closures. Adults and now children, if they haven't had the virus, need to get the virus vaccine. And they need to get the booster when they are eligible. The very best plans, of course, adopt for a mutation that renders those vaccines obsolete in the U.S. is planning according to The Wall Street Journal of the fast track revamped COVID-19 vaccines. Good. How scary is on the crime yesterday's story by Carolyn Johnson and Joel ochin Bach and the Wall Street in The Washington Post. It's the very best story. The answer is we will know in about ten days. It could be not scary at all or it could be terrifying. It's spreading fast, but it could be a mere mild version of delta, it may also, and this is the dark side. We don't know. Target children far more viciously than the previous varieties of coronavirus have. We do not know. We will know if you want to read all of the good science, go to my Twitter feed and hear your scroll down and I linked the Carolyn Johnson and Joe akin Bach piece. Why didn't the U.S. detect on the case of center doesn't matter? They're going to be more variance. That was The New York Times spent this much paper on that. I didn't even bother reading it. Doesn't matter. It's here. Doesn't matter who messed up or if anyone messed up, the data on the severity is encouraging, according to Doctor Fauci, and I don't really believe much of Doctor Fauci anymore, but I don't think he would be a risk another major error in his presentation. In political news, former senator David perdue is indeed going to challenge Brian Kemp in Georgia in the primary. Georgia Joe called us and told us that on Friday and I was unaware of that and I doubted it was correct but Georgia Joe was correct. Big story on Kamala Harris this weekend is a staff exodus continues. If I were senator now vice president Harris and trying to recover a lost political momentum, studies studies study Ukraine and China. I mean, just bringing every expert you can. I hope to have Frank Dow's join us at Ukraine expert from Europe late in the show. And be ready to talk coherently about Ukraine when it is invaded by Russia. Michigan schools order an investigation after staff alarms about the suspect who killed so many last week was raised hours before the shooting. A lot of malpractice by school officials will get to the bottom of that. Many stories about the looming win by pro life forces in row in Casey being overturned, pay no attention to it. We don't know what's going to happen. I think it will be 6 three, but we don't know what's going to happen. Alabama, Michigan, Georgia, Cincinnati made the college playoff. That's as it should be. Long story on what is driving Putin's Ukraine brinkmanship, and The New York Times and the answer is ambition. He wants to restore greater Russia. That's not really that hard. In The Wall Street Journal exclusive China seeks its first military base on Africa's Atlantic coast in Equatorial Guinea. We've got to be very worried about China going into the new year. Pope Francis visited Greek razor wire fence migrant camp and urged the world to open their hearts to migrants. That's when he did his best when he was visiting the lost and the least. And urging people to be generous. The French conservatives have nominated a woman. Valerie, petric. I butcher every French name I've ever come across. And so I'm not sure if Valerie perce is correct, but she's formidable. She could win. Nicholas sturgeon, separatist Scott, is under trouble for apparently giving all of her business to Deloitte. And on Syria's ruins, a new drug empire flourished. This was very disturbing story this weekend. Have you ever heard? Have you ever even heard of a brand new powerful stimulant amphetamine coming out to Khan? Kept the con. Being manufactured by the gazillions in Syria and spreading around the world. North Korea heads into a tense winter closed borders and food supplies in question pray for the people of North Korea. They're going to starve to death because of that crazy man running that regime. All that and more of a coming back from the break, I'm going to talk with Michael shellenberger. He's the author of a brand new book, San Francisco. San Francisco is in bookstores now. I encourage you to get it and read it. I encourage you to listen to this interview. It's over at my podcast. I talked to him on Friday after the show. And anyone who cares about the homeless people they pass on the street before you give anyone another dollar or you write a check to anyone other than Salvation army and Catholic charities to care for the homeless. You've got to read or at least listen to Michael schellenberger on San Francisco. And why giving money to the homeless agencies of San Francisco is actually making it worse?.

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How Scary Is Omicron?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:08 min | 10 months ago

How Scary Is Omicron?

"How scary is on the crime yesterday's story by Carolyn Johnson and Joel ochin Bach and the Wall Street in The Washington Post. It's the very best story. The answer is we will know in about ten days. It could be not scary at all or it could be terrifying. It's spreading fast, but it could be a mere mild version of delta, it may also, and this is the dark side. We don't know. Target children far more viciously than the previous varieties of coronavirus have. We do not know. We will know if you want to read all of the good science, go to my Twitter feed and hear your scroll down and I linked the Carolyn Johnson and Joe akin Bach piece. Why didn't the U.S. detect on the case of center doesn't matter? They're going to be more variance. That was The New York Times spent this much paper on that. I didn't even bother reading it. Doesn't matter. It's here. Doesn't matter who messed up or if anyone messed up, the data on the severity is encouraging, according to Doctor Fauci, and I don't really believe much of Doctor Fauci anymore, but I don't think he would be a risk another major error in his presentation.

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"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"What's the room again? Uh, 12 40 down at the end. Oh, What's that? Sammy? Don't touch that that someone's old food. Here we are. You have the key. You have both of ours, right? Not working. Robert, Come on, Try flipping it over. Coincide. Honey, let me call on tired. Give me yours. You have mine, please. If you aren't you opening the can Everyone just shut up. Don't go there. Go on A real vacation. Go are being Cuomo News, 1000 and FM 97 7. Welcome back to the coma politic Cast. I'm Jeff Pooja anti Mask. Protesters in Vancouver will now have to stay at least a mile away from any school building. That decision from a judge in Clark County comes. Carolyn Johnson has the details. Parents upset about students being forced to wear masks at school have been protesting it. School board meetings are outside school buildings across the country. But a protest last Friday and Clark County, said three Vancouver schools into lockdown as a group reportedly tried to get inside a locked school building. Now our partner station K two reports of Clark County judges granted an injunction barring demonstrators from holding disruptive protests near school campuses specifically within a one mile radius. That injunction will remain in effect as long as the mask mandate does. Our state has mandated all students and staff where masks at school or on the bus. Typically, local control by districts trumps the state, but not in the case of Covid. Carlene Johnson Colonials. Meanwhile, the Covid outbreak is so severe in Cowlitz County just north of Vancouver that the corner there has asked for an emergency declaration so he can bring in a refrigerator trailer for all the bodies. Corner, Tim Davidson told the county commission he needs to expand capacity until the new morgue opens in about a month, The Longview Daily News reports..

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"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"97 7 Welcome back to the coma Politic Cast. I'm Jeff Pooja anti Mask. Protesters in Vancouver will now have to stay at least a mile away from any school building. That decision from a judge in Clark County was. Carolyn Johnson has the details. Parents upset about students being forced to wear masks at school have been protesting it. School board meetings are outside school buildings across the country. But a protest last Friday in Clark County, said three Vancouver schools into lockdown as a group reportedly tried to get inside a locked school building. Now our partner station K two reports of Clark County judges granted an injunction barring demonstrators from holding disruptive protests near school campuses specifically within a one mile radius. That injunction will remain in effect as long as the mask mandate does. Our state has mandated all students and staff where masks at school or on the bus. Typically, local control by districts trumps the state, but not in the case of Covid. Carlene Johnson Co news. Meanwhile, the Covid outbreak is so severe in Cowlitz County just north of Vancouver, that the corner there has asked for an emergency declaration so he can bring in a refrigerator trailer for all the bodies. Corner, Tim Davidson told the county commission he needs to expand capacity until the new morgue opens in about a month, The Longview Daily News reports. Funeral homes are also maxed out. We'll be right back. If you love scratches from the Virginia Lottery, you love the $70 million explosion scratcher loaded with prices from 100 to $600 Drive your nearest favorite Virginia lottery retailer. Now that's an everyday win, winning any prize winning 9.13. We connect with a carpool or van pool.

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"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"And locked up ammunition locked in a separate place this is important when children are young as well as when they grow into teenagers for more talk with your pediatrician or visit healthy children dot org hi I'm doctor near her gears with today's tip for kids from the American academy of pediatrics as parents we want our children to grow up healthy and strong that means helping teens take responsibility for their house as they become young adults one way to do that is to make sure they have one on one time with their pediatrician that helps them become comfortable talking about any health issue with their doctors and with you so make sure to give your teen a voice it's good for their health for more on teen health visit healthy children dot org during this time we were all worried about keeping ourselves and our families healthy Johns Hopkins medicine is here to make sure you get the care you need many times a face to face telemedicine visit from the comfort of your home is all you need other times an in person visit is best and we'll make sure it's safe and convenient our primary and specialty care clinics and community based practices surgery centers and essential emergency care are open and ready to care for you visit Hopkins medicine dot org pets belong as members of the family that far too many do not have homes for some food shelter and kindness pets will reward you with unconditional love if animals touch your heart please consider adopting a pet today at Seattle humane the shelter is located on east gateway in Bellevue right next to the junction of I. ninety and I. four oh five whether you enjoy relaxing at home or going out on a big outdoor adventures there's a pet will perfectly match your lifestyle check out adoptable animals at Seattle humane dot O. R. G. and let the adventures begin komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven winner of the prestigious Edward R. Murrow award for best newscast straight ahead what she said after protesters graffiti her house got national attention I'm Carolyn Johnson now the mayor of Olympia is apologizing we get a live update from ABC news outside joining us companies time.

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Best in the world I'm Michelle Franzen ABC news news one thousand and ninety seven seven it's eight thirty one right now good morning welcome to Tuesday morning sunny skies in Seattle the current temperature is sixty four degrees along with great Herschel timeout the factor here the top stories from the come twenty four seven news center gunfire erupted early this morning once again on Capitol Hill near the protest zone known as chop and we get more from Kamel's Franklin's it Seattle police say one person was hurt at eleventh Avenue and east anyway at the north end of cal Anderson park Seattle fire department says the victim is a thirty year old man and that he was in stable condition when he was taken to the hospital he is expected to survive jail fire says crews gather near the perimeter of the protest area around four forty this morning police told the fire department at the scene is secure so they went in to treat him and get him out to the hospital this is the third shooting in the past few days in that area on Saturday two people were shot one of them died and first responders had trouble getting in to treat them another person was shot on Sunday night Frank Lenzi commodious no word yet what led to this morning shooting or if it's related to the protest zone also the thirty three year old man who survived Saturday's shooting their chop is in satisfactory condition now and no longer in intensive care at Harborview Seattle's mayor says it has become nearly impossible to keep people safe in that protests on an almost Ryan Harris tells us about Jenny Durkan's plans to end the neighborhood occupation mayor Jenny Durkan said in the most basic terms that her new budget coming this week makes new investments in the black community and young people and in changing policing to a model similar to the health one program or some calls are not answered by police but other professionals better suited for the call as for the chop the mayor says the messaging being delivered after three shootings of rape and other violence is it's time for people to go home we can still accommodate people who want to protest peacefully but the impacts on the businesses and residents and community are now too much work and says there's no specific date but that black led organizations will lead the effort to get in and talk to protesters about protesting differently east chief Carmen best says she supports police reform but for now her officers need to get back to the east precinct safely Ryan Harris komo news people who live near the protest zone I say it's time for the streets to re open it out you know peacefully remove and that's fine but start start shuffling away they don't need to stay here those who spend time in the zone have many thoughts about leaving the area but may agree the original reason for chop has been lost it was shot from the beginning of the with the black lives matter I think that was harassing black people killing black people and that's what it was about first another man as he just hopes any transition will be peaceful the union representing Seattle police officers is calling for an end to the crime and violence on Capitol Hill more from call of caricom Stinnett Seattle police officers guild says rage by what's played out on Capitol Hill when you remove long over check out our selected officials lacking the political will to enforce law and order this is the result mayor Jenny Durkan announcing the Seattle police department will be returning to the east precinct peacefully and in the near future but exactly what remains unclear again calls kera costed H. with that story the Seattle office of police accountability is now receive more than seventeen thousand complaints about the police response to recent demonstrations seventeen of those are being investigated in the case of a child who was pepper sprayed investigators are now interviewing witnesses eight thirty four right now coming up on the call more morning news longing to be social I'm Brian Calvert and the experts say forget the family reunion former covert bubble instead what she said after protesters graffiti her house got national attention I'm Carolyn Johnson now the mayor of Olympia is apologizing qualified immunity dismissed I'm Corwin hate controversial protection won't help the king county deputy in a fatal shooting I'm not a talk traffic had a como traffic update with Kierra Jordan well we have some road work that's taking place in Seattle southbound I. five in the express lanes near Mercer the right lane is currently blocked.

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"carolyn johnson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I'm getting your getting your implication there Daryn I'm I'm not a cop but there's been instances in fact there was one in Chicago number years ago maybe John Dempsey remembers us where a female police officer because this is kind of an apples oranges it's it's a little different situation no no there's two situations one was a female police officer who was beaten quite severely because she said and the implication was that she did not want to draw her weapon can be drawn into some sort of national event that was recent there was another incident of the years ago were another female police officer my understanding polder weapon fired her weapon but it never fired her weapon without your protection and talk to gun blew up and that changed and dropped her weapon at that point and that would lead to some changes in how police officers are trained to look it's an ongoing process is not perfect German either one of those incidents John remember the woman was beaten so badly because he did not pull a gun she said yeah that was somewhere on the on the far southwest side in the near the Chicago Cicero border I believe that was around there and it was a female cop who was savagely beaten for for the reasons that you just say that I guess and I I don't I don't know how the you know how the story ends of she's still employed or she'd have those on disability if you ever go back to St I don't remember but at a summer that's issue negative's gonna be running through every cop's head now as they pull up on any scene or pull anybody over what have you boy I really don't want to become the next guy you know so does it her policing I I would imagine it does that's just my conjecture I I would guess that hurts but that's something we're going to have to factor in when crime goes up then well you know this is what we wanted you wanted to phone the police department have at it with a guest last week who said that's exactly the wrong tactic because right now you need more cops in bad neighborhoods not necessarily wielding a club but just interacting with the community we actually do have increased funding for urban police departments but that's that's the the the the the that's going in a different direction nowadays ladies and gentlemen all right coming up in just a couple of seconds we're going to welcome back to the program Kurt mills who is a senior reporter for the American conservative and he's covering foreign policy and the election twenty twenty I like to keep up on what we think is going on inside the Biden campaign he seems to think that Kamal Harris is the de facto pick for sure provide you can explain why and we're gonna get to Carolyn Johnson from The Washington Post regarding the FDA making a move that I'm sure the presence none too happy about today all that on the way a double deal us.

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"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"The minutes of non stop news starts now on the way ready for a sit down meal in a restaurant I'm Carolyn Johnson another county moving that direction by this weekend also coming up a big hospital changes its policy again I'm Brian Calvert with the encouraging move now what effect will get to those stories and much more versus live update from ABC news couple news time eleven o'clock from ABC news Michelle Franzen coronavirus cases overall nationwide are on the decline but in several states and communities infection rates remain high in New York City new cases are revealing the same pattern for minority and lower income communities in several states that are tracking the demographics in lower income communities and communities of color in New York City twenty seven percent tested positive for corona virus antibodies that compares to nineteen percent of the general city wide population the gap is even wider in certain parts of the Bronx and Brooklyn this spread is continuing in those communities and that's where the new cases are coming from governor Andrew Cuomo said the state would begin a public health education campaign in housing projects and distribute masks and hand sanitizer Erin cutters he ABC news New York this week ABC news is offering special coverage of the pandemic in a series called nation divided despite criticism by Republicans that the heroes act bill passed in the house last week is full of unnecessary spending house speaker Nancy Pelosi urging Senate leaders to take a vote Lucy said she thinks support from outside Washington could lead to negotiations with Republicans will say wait I think public opinion will be of very much our friend in all of this Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called the house bill passed last week the liberal wishlist and Republicans have expressed a desire to wait to see the effects of the initial relief legislation Adam Kelsey ABC news Washington Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer updating residents and communities with flooding in the central part of the state due to two dams bursting thousands of residents evacuated is going to be hard well we are anticipating several feet of.

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"carolyn johnson" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on WTOP

"Loss of a human and civil rights icon Odessa Shannon was the first African American elected to the County Board of education going on to serve as leader of the county Human Rights Commission during our work with the federal government Shannon became national program director for the equal employment opportunity commission Shannon passed away over the weekend after spending time in hospice battling illness in a joint statement the county council call there a trailblazer will be sorely missed the Chesapeake Bay foundation and local attorneys general threatening to sue the EPA saying it's illegally failing to enforce the clean water act and and and an agreement among states to cut pollution federal courts have repeatedly upheld the legality of the blueprint talking about the Chesapeake clean water blueprint will Baker of the Chesapeake Bay foundation says it's the best and perhaps last chance to save the bay right now it's a race to the EPA's unwillingness to address major deficiencies in the final plan submitted by Transylvania New York Baker says if the EPA doesn't force those upper stage to plan more stringent pollution diets after sixty days notices of intent to sue will become lawsuits Kristy king WTOP news any PA spokesperson telling WTOP the claims are without merit Stafford county Virginia taking part in a pilot program using technology to analyze biological data from waste water to help identify and predict the spread of covert nineteen it is one of a handful of sites in Virginia taking part in this national study testing kits and protocols to both wastewater treatment plants in Stafford county were sent out last month a plant managers collected twenty four hour composite samples and sent them to the bile by laboratories for testing and follow up testing nine eleven here on WTOP are we any closer to finding a cure for cold in nineteen there is a new glimmer of hope in the push for a vaccine I spoke via Skype at the Washington post science reporter Carolyn Johnson on what we learn Massachusetts biotech company called mature non reported some very early but encouraging results from their first small safety trial in people so it totally lit up the stock market everyone got excited how did majority study work what were signs is looking four after the vaccine was administered so this is a safety trial primarily they're looking for any adverse effects like fever or any kind of reaction to the vaccine but they did have find and they had eight patients who received boastful low and medium dose and they had it levels in their blood a month and a half later of an virus neutralizing antibodies and this is a sign that they may have immunity it's a sign not a guarantee how many more people would have to be useful more trial runs to nail this down that this is a factor of on a grand scale we need a lot more testing before they can say anything about whether it works so this was a kind of like an early hint and a good that tends to keep on going but already an internet has approval to start on a larger trial with six hundred people in it which will begin to test more rigorously whether it's effective or not and after that they've announced they're going to do a much larger trial with thousands of people in it in starting in July so we'd still have a ways to go any possibility about when this mode turn a vaccine could become available if it's approved for public use the White House has been trying to speed up vaccine development so that they stink hundreds of millions of doses could be available by the end of the year other experts have had some doubts about whether that's really reasonable but it certainly is a goal so much depends on what happens in the next few months so if during this larger trial there are a lot of cases in the group that doesn't get the vaccine like they might get enough data very fast get a signal that it's effective in the fall but it's also just very much up in the air right now so everyone shooting for by the end of the year as early as possible really but it's hard to know to predict a date right now that's a Washington post science reporter Carolyn Johnson via Skype nine fourteen Memorial Day normally means big crowds at Arlington National the cemetery but not this year cemetery will only be open a family pass holders over this long.

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"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"To the Washington department of health website just shy of eighty four hundred state residents have now tested positive for coronavirus of those people at last check at least three hundred eighty one a di two hundred twenty of those victims lived in king county it could take more than one vaccine to finally team covert nineteen that's the latest word from backs and just at the university of Washington more on that from Cuomo's Corwin hake we told you last week you dove epidemiologist Deborah fuller is working on a covert nineteen vaccine that could soon advance to clinical testing this vaccine would alter your own cells DNA and then your own cells will get that message and they'll start producing a protein that represents the part of the vaccine now fuller tells geekwire the world will likely need not one but at least three covert nineteen vaccines fuller says patients will react to the vaccine differently a vaccine that works well in young adults may not be as effective among older populations or folks with underlying health conditions fathers also where many other labs are working on vaccines and she says that's a good thing she says quote it's a race to find a cure not a race against each other Corwin hate komo news for Washington may have starting to see the flooding of the covert curve in spots but Spokane county still seeing an increase come was Erica H. reports in Spokane county two hundred twenty two people have confirmed cases of covert nineteen as of Monday KXLY reports and metrics Spokane county uses is counting how many hospitalizations there are per day Dr Bob Lutz help district officer for Spokane county says that projected date of April second when Washington would have needed the most hospital beds ICU space and ventilators for patients with state wide and was not specific to the inland northwest I don't think that we are seeing a flattening of the curve yeah you said eastern Washington continue to see increasing number of people with covered nineteen cases Eric heights komo news send students in our state will not be back in classrooms until September governor Jay Inslee says distance learning will continue through the end of the year as the threat of covert nineteen is expected to continue for months more now from Cuomo's Carolyn Johnson Washington joins thirteen other states that have closed in person classes for the remainder of the.

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"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Transit is ready to proceed full steam on completing link light rail to federal way and they really mean it this time come most Carolyn Johnson reports there have been many delays but securing a huge federal grant for seven hundred ninety million from the federal transportation administration as well as another six hundred thirty million in a federal loan means they will proceed why do we get the grant well our traffic is really bad and some trends and CEO Peter Rogoff said was really most impressive to the federal government is the sacrifice that local taxpayers are making those seven hundred ninety million dollar Korea he received for the federal way extension is twenty five percent of the project local taxpayers are paying seventy five percent of the project right now angle lake is the further south for light rail but in four years by twenty twenty four it's going to be federal way with two stations along the way can the mowing zero high align college and it to seventy second where the star like parking right now since the angle lake light rail station I'm Carlene Johnson come on news and we'll take a look at our local traffic in just a second then could worry over a deadly virus impact border crossings I'm Brian Calvert and right now no one is ruling that our three oh four here's Marino weather come traffic I want to give you a quick reminder at about three thirty this afternoon if you know anybody traveling westbound on I. ninety they will be stopped at milepost fifty two near Snoqualmie pass summit because of avalanche control work it takes about twenty minutes and again that's going to happen about twenty five minutes we'll keep you posted southbound I. five pretty heavy from highway eighteen down into the five curve stop by five bumper to bumper from just south of north gate in the downtown Seattle it's really crowded to northbound from al brought past I ninety we did have a collision in the collector distributor lanes it's heavy into and through the dorms curves all the way down to two twenty or two hundred rather southbound four or five really crowded just north of five twenty down over the Kenny Dale hill and north bound to four oh five is crowded approaching eighty fifth in Kirkland your next couple traffic at three fourteen mentions no call me past traction tires or advise there and Stevens pass traction tires required right now on white pass no restrictions on blue it's Kristin Clark with a check on our track on our a weathered scattered showers impacting the evening commute once again expect a little longer commute time home much like yesterday the rain continuing often on tonight in fact rain for the higher elevations even as warmer air moves in a loft the passes could see.

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"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay informed como afternoon is good afternoon three oh two we have cloudy skies forty six more rain moving in the amber translates to the Lisa Jeffries we look at our top stories so far not so good so says Seattle area congressman Adam Smith who does not like the fact witnesses will not be called at the Senate impeachment trial of president trump's about what that was instead Mitch McConnell is just trying to shut it down get it done in the war the fat the chairman of the house Armed Services Committee says people like John Bolton and Mick Mulvaney should testify on the other hand South Carolina Republican senator Lindsey Graham sees nothing more than Democrats trying to strip the president of the executive privilege the power of the president I wouldn't cooperate with these guys at all opening statements expected to continue for the next few days we're hearing from Boeing's new CEO for the first time on the continued problems with the seven three seven Max come was bill o'neil has the latest it was a call with reporters during which Calhoun says the company made a fatal assumption on how pile to respond to the triggering of the M. caste system the system is blamed in the deadly crashes of Indonesian an Ethiopian jetliners Calhoun went on to say we were our own worst enemy we created our own problem going to get back down to restoring trust with one another trust with our customers and trucks were regulator Calhoun expects the Max assembly line to restart a couple of months before the plane returns to service the return isn't expected until this summer at the earliest in a separate call meanwhile United says it doesn't expect the Max to fly the summer though the airlines and prepared to make a formal announcement about further cancellations the mobile com owners sound transit is ready to proceed full steam on completing link light rail to federal way and they really mean it this time come most Carolyn Johnson reports there have been many delays.

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"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

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03:11 min | 2 years ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"A similar situation with members of the U. S. Air Force or here at JV LM but despite that it is very clear that everyone at this base is closely monitoring the situation over there I'm looking for updates on the attacks going out of the Middle East now Jamie allow is home to the first for which is for the U. S. army their mission is primarily focused on the Asia Pacific theater now the Lieutenant Commander I spoke with says no one from J. bill and is currently at the Alice Saudi air base in Baghdad or the other locations of been targeted as I said before no emergency deployments under way that he has been notified of komo news time six thirty three you can ignore the phone call or delete the email but campaign organizers have found something that they think you probably will re and couples Carolyn Johnson is live to explain that's just a reflex hard not to look at the phone when a text message comes in and that was the reason Democrats and Republicans alike are spending millions and deploying thousands of staffers and volunteers to reach potential supporters in the twenty twenty election via text message is that you can't really run a modern political campaign without targeted texting anymore email open rate estimates Rick estimates range from ten to twenty percent that means up to ninety percent of the time you're just filling the email without opening it but for texting they say at least eighty percent of the time we read that message and many Americans cell phone numbers are now recorded in voter files so campaigns can send texts even if you've never signed up to hear from them both parties expect to be using this more than ever for this upcoming election curling Johnson come on news is what's coming up after we check traffic and weather campaign finance reform in Seattle hi I'm poor would hate to live is Amazon considered a foreign influencer that's it for let's check our como traffic every ten minutes on the force here's Kira we are working with a crash right now in Auburn this is northbound one six seven year fifteenth street northwest it looks like two right lanes are now going to be blocked and that's what's causing a backup from about fifteen street southwest we've also had a long term issue and rented on north one six seven approaching four oh five they've been sort of in and out of the H. O. V. lane there and that's what's causing this slowdown that starting south of two twelve hour travel time from Auburn into rented it's coming in around twenty seven minutes if you continue north from there well north bound for a five will be a heavy drive between Talbot in northeast forty fourth in south bound for five is definitely a slow go through all of bottle at this point speaking of slow going that's what's happening south on I five is trying to come out of merry's bill finally finding some relief around state route five to eight and then the next round of troubles that starts about that about the Everett mall and that's going to continue to just south the state route one oh four south bend I. five eight fifty fourth in five we've had a long term stall that's been taking up the right center lane that's causing a back up to the five curve northbound I. five typical the Leycester Tacoma city center and then it's a busy drive from about three twentieth toward canton one road in Seattle's now slow from mit Boeing field to the convention center our next come much traffic at.

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"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"In the south fork of the Stillaguamish river near granite falls and for the pill chalk river near Snohomish Romero como news some students in Seattle public schools will be banned from going to class tomorrow come was Jeff Pohjola explains why last year lawmakers eliminated the personal and philosophical exemptions from required vaccines this was after an outbreak of measles in the unvaccinated population in Clark County but starting on Wednesday unvaccinated students without a legal exemption will not be allowed in S. P. S. classrooms if we don't hear anything from the family's goals the kid will come into school will have a marine in a nice welcoming place and tell their parents can come and get them the director of health services some are a hoax says they are flexible and if the family could prove they have a vaccination appointment in the next week or so the student will be allowed in Jeff total a come on news we now know that at least two of the nineteen people who have died from the flu in Washington state so for the season lost their lives in Snohomish county in the last week almost bill o'neil has the latest for told a lake Stevens man in his eighties died January fifth a woman in her early thirties from rural north to home which county died back on January first both are described as having suffered from underlying medical conditions the storm which help district says at least twenty eight people have been hospitalized due to the flu so far this season well twelve schools reported a greater than ten percent absentee rate due to flu symptoms hello Neil come on who's still hadn't come on news I'm Carolyn Johnson at the regional justice center in Canada where an elderly woman accused of being a killer just had a court appearance I also have a new trade deals a trump initiative so why to our state's Democrats supported time core one heck with the rare bipartisan agreement not update on triple a traffic.

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"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

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04:10 min | 3 years ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"The home of the Huskies komo news coming up one woman is dead another shot at a home in federal way I'm Carolyn Johnson the elderly roommate police say is responsible also will the nation survive find four would take warning from a former trump cabinet member plus I'm Brian Kelberg with your congressman's final words before the president was impeached the partisan divide the day after the historic impeachment vote those votes along party lines today house minority leader Kevin McCarthy criticizing house speaker Nancy Pelosi for not announcing Winchell send over articles of impeachment to the Senate for trials admitting defeat by not sending it by refusing to send the impeachment over she knows this outcome is not good hello the scene at her weekly briefing she's waiting to hear the terms laid out by the Senate she's responded to criticism from leader Mitch McConnell claiming that the speaker thinks her case is weak and won't send it I heard some of what national Connell said today and it reminded me that our founders our when they wrote the constitution they suspected that there could be a real president I don't think they suspected that we could have a rolled president and rogue leader in the Senate at the same time Russia's top security agency confirming one of its officers has been killed during a shooting near its Moscow headquarters today Michelle Franzen ABC news news one thousand have been ninety seven seven good morning once again forty four clouds downtown nine thirty one as a bring in the top stories in a couple twenty four seven news that our play of a motion and and plenty of politics leading up to yesterday's vote to impeach in the U. S. house called bright color recaps what Washington's delegation had to say by our count Dan new house was the only Republican from Washington who spoke during yesterday's final marathon he asked his colleagues what will we be remembered for it won't be using the chairmanship of the once respected intelligence committee to distort the president's words in order to mislead the American people Democrats from Washington who spoke yesterday included Susan dell ban a Rick Larsen Denny hack and Kim Schreier given all the facts before I see impeachment is the only remedy for millage I apologize the president told us himself on national television exactly what he wanted from the phone call with presents let's keep on just over half of our delegation actually spoke on the floor yesterday all issued statements regarding how they voted Brian Calvert colonia while the U. S. house debated articles of impeachment a former trump cabinet member spoke in our state warning leaders against cynicism and victimhood more from couples call when he retired general Jim Mattis is a native of Richland the former secretary of defense spoke to the tri cities chamber telling them cynicism and victimhood are another form of cowardice it's a theme matters has been voicing since the recent release of his memoir call sign chaos days ago at a Washington post forum he railed against the new tribalism in American politics on full display during these impeachment hearings we've got a stop scorching each other with this idea that we can tear our own country apart but somehow this great big experiment we call America will survive no it will not if we don't get together the soft spoken veteran whose nickname is Mad Dog led the defense department under trump from January twenty seventeen to January twenty nineteen Corwin hate call more news police said elderly woman attempted suicide overnight after allegedly killing whatever roommates and shooting the other this happened at a home in federal way almost calling Johnson with the details home is on south west three hundred six the lane near Adelaide elementary school a woman in her thirties called nine one one about quarter to one this morning saying she had been shot for the way police commander courage one officers arrived they also will feature she's just email in her thirties who appeared to have been a victim of blunt force trauma as well as the victim of a gunshot wound transport all review in critical but stable condition the suspect is an eighty five year old woman a roommate of the victims once as she attempted suicide by wrapping an electrical cord around her neck but was not successful it's unclear what led up to the violence curling Johnson come on in the car hit and killed a pedestrian this morning in cats along highway.

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Lunch for a lot of kids in our state I'm Carolyn Johnson calling on Starbucks over racist graffiti I'm Corwin hake with one woman's campaign against hate speech called one thousand have been ninety seven seven seven thirty four now let's get down the road are triple a traffic we do that every ten minutes and here's Kiera so we have a crash on the shoulder southbound I. five at two twenty of Mountlake terrace it's causing a backup from north Lin wood then we have a crash south on I five approaching Mercer that's blocking the right lane you're slow from state route one oh four also are south five on ramp from Boylston working with the crash it's partially blocking cell ever does Seattle that's now coming in at an hour and forty two minutes because of this we're seeing back up some west five twenty that's all across the water to I five now to a new problem in Seattle this is a crash northbound I. five and I. ninety this is blocking two right lanes at the heavy drive from the south and a Boeing field seatac to Seattle at thirty five minutes in growing quickly our north five ramp from twenty eight street east to our our ramp from twenty eight street east to north and I five working with a new crash it's partially blocking the ramp we have a stuck freight train in Canada this is causing heavy delays on two oh eight to nine to twelve west of eighty fourth and this is also affecting northbound one six seven as you're approaching to twelve and then southbound ninety nine at the Aurora bridge it's another morning with the right lane blocked and we're now seeing delays as you're coming out of green like our next call much traffic at seven forty four your south winds forecast and fog advisories are up until ten this morning for Pierce Thurston and Lewis counties disability down muster a quarter of a mile.

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"carolyn johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Seven thirty three couples Brian Calvert has some more on a new report that says a lot of people this time of day or driving around drowsy up until now the national highway traffic safety commission has believe just less than six percent of crashes involved a sleepy driver a new study released by triple a suggest that number is closer to ten percent and forty five percent of us have admitted we drive all struggling to keep our eyes open when this happens you're driving looks a lot like you've had one too many most time just being pulled over is enough to wake you up Tripoli study actually looked at video of drivers behind the wheel the majority of them closing their eyes for several seconds at a time or yawning uncontrollably Brian Chalford komo news coming up on the come a morning news two months since the first serious alarm bells about vaping I'm Carolyn Johnson fewer new cases but still no definitive culprit seven thirty four right now triple a traffic update your skier George we don't have any blocking crashes or stalls but we do have the closure of the right lane southbound ninety nine at the Aurora bridge and that's because either slow down as out of woodland park looking at some travel times they're not ready federal way to Seattle that's coming in at an hour and ten minutes ever to see how that's now an hour and twenty five minutes south of four or five is dragging out of alder with most of the way into Bellevue plus your also slow through new castle north park bound for a five is crawling through rented and we're busy from coal creek to just north of I ninety it's been a busy morning on westbound I. ninety traveling through is the quad that's partially due to an earlier crash northbound one six seven trying to recover from its earlier long term crash near four oh five and that is a slow drive most of the way from highway for ten toward can't to more toward AB Willis street and then we're also slow again from about two OO eight two four oh five and then northbound ninety nine also recovering from an earlier crash north that the west Seattle bridge and it's busy for the First Avenue south bridge our next come much traffic at seven forty four here's the forecast from south Wayne plus sunshine going along with the breezy conditions at times here on this Tuesday look it mostly clear skies into tonight as well so today.