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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

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05:28 min | 3 months ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"News one thousand FM ninety seven seven the two hundred thirty square miles flattened by the may eighteenth nineteen eighty eruption of mount St Helens have had for decades to recover but they still show clear signs of what happened on that Sunday morning it was Ryan Harris talked to the resident expert about that recovery and about what's changed and how they watch the volcano the events of that morning started with the growing bulge on the northwest side of the mountain finally coming loose in a massive landslide which then uncorked mount Saint Helens and allowed all the hot gas and magma inside two explode out that buried the land around it and filled the total river's North Fork with mud and trees so deep but it took decades for the river to carve itself through the dirt Dr Seth Moran scientist in charge for the U. S. geological survey's cascades volcano observatory first visited in nineteen eighty eight is a UW grad student and he says eight years later the transition from forest to decimated was still sharp in the eighties and nineties you could see that on the west side as well and on the road that you drive up to get to the cold water geysers center and now the Johnson's research right there's a blast on on the west side now as you're coming into the transmissions are richer you cannot tell that you've gone into the blast on the trees the force is growing up and it's a very full forest over the last ten years certainly that continues to grow it's still very obvious when your actual storage you can very much see the landslide deposits and lahars and the creator and all those things are still laid bare but you can also see vegetation moving inward Moran says they're also able to detect the movement of elk herds with their seismometers and goats have been spotted up in mount Saint Helens crater doctor Moran tells me many of the instruments they used to monitor the mountains are in the same places but as with so many things the technology and capabilities of the seismic network have vastly improved we're working actively this summer and next summer to upgrade more so sites and get them into sort of the modern digital world we're still using and about half the sites on analog telemetry there's a combination of those familiar places that jala Justin seismologists from forty years ago we recognized today as all this is where we had things but the sides looked look a little bit different technology has dramatically improved in so many areas in the last forty years and that's over you're much more able to record the signs and symptoms that double kos producing and really detect small small scale phenomena looks very small earthquakes very small surface decorations on the order of of millimeters Moran says one volcanoes are quiet lake St Helens is right now and after the two thousand four to two thousand eight eruption they can spot gradual increases in the number of small deeper earthquakes and he says the GPS instrument spotted outward movement of about one or two centimeters over six years which he says shows there's probably some magma deep in the earth and pushing the ground away in two thousand fourteen we issued an information statement that said based on these two forms of evidence we believe that there is some small amount of new magma coming into the system that's recharging it part of the process of the volcano building towards the next Russian which is years to decades down the road is not short term warning but St Helens is still alive and that we certainly need to continue to do the monitoring even if you know the volcano goes for decades more without any interruptions and we need to make sure that the network is ready for the time that it does too because when it wakes up it would separate fast as it's shown us in nineteen eighty in two thousand four Dr Moran says the cap was blown off mount St Helens in nineteen eighty after pressure built up behind it and we're still without that cap but there's other ways of all cables can produce explosive Russians that's just you know to get a batch of Bangladesh frothy has lots of gas and it it makes it to the surface that by itself can be enough to produce an explosive eruption Moran says in the cascades mount St Helens isn't the only one to watch because of their history of large explosive eruptions he says they have an eye on glacier peak in crater lake and Wiley says Mount Rainier and mount hood haven't had large eruptions in their past they have to watch for smaller ones because with people living nearby the small eruptions can have large consequences Ryan Harris komo news at eleven fifteen AM we need to check your money news the propellants are it's a business update what is the market rebalances the Baker Hughes drilling activity survey showed the U. 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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:36 min | 3 months ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Medium dose comatose timed out eleven hours could be nine forty six two hundred thirty square miles flattened by the may eighteenth nineteen eighty eruption of mount St Helens have for decades to recover but they still show clear signs of what happened that Sunday morning comes right here spoke to the resident expert about that recovery in about what's changed and how they watch the volcano the events of that morning started with the growing bulge on the northwest side of the mountain finally coming loose in a massive landslide which then uncorked mount Saint Helens and allowed all the hot gas and magma inside two explode out that buried the land around it and filled the total river's North Fork with mud and trees so deep but it took decades for the river to carve itself through the dirt Dr Seth Moran scientist in charge for the U. S. geological survey's cascades volcano observatory first visited in nineteen eighty eight is a UW grad student and he says eight years later the transition from forest to decimated was still sharp in the eighties and nineties you could see that on the west side as well and on the road that you drive up to get to the cold water visitors center and now the transmissions or perjury there's a blast on on the west side now as you're coming into the Johnsons are richer you cannot tell that you've gone into the blast on the trees the forces growing up and it's a very full forest over the last ten years certainly that continues to grow it's still very obvious land your address ridge you can very much see the landslide deposits and lahars and the creator and all those things are still laid bare but you can also see vegetation moving inward Moran says they're also able to detect the movement of elk herds with their seismometers and goats have been spotted up in mount Saint Helens crater doctor Moran tells me many of the instruments they use to monitor the mountains are in the same places but as with so many things the technology and capabilities of the seismic network have vastly improved we're working actively this summer and next summer to upgrade more sites and get them into sort of the modern digital world we're still using and about half the sites on analog telemetry there's a combination of those familiar places that's Jolla just since I've colleges from forty years ago but recognized today as all this is what we had things but the sides looked look a little bit different technology has dramatically improved in so many areas in the last forty years and that's over you're much more able to record the signs and symptoms that double kos producing and really detect small small scale phenomena looks very small earthquakes very small surface decorations on the order of of millimeters Moran says one volcanoes are quiet lake St Helens is right now and after the two thousand four to two thousand eight eruption they can spot gradual increases in the number of small deeper earthquakes and he says the GPS instruments spotted outward movement of about one or two centimeters over six years which he says shows there's probably some magma deep in the earth and pushing the ground away in two thousand fourteen we issued an information statement that said based on these two forms of evidence we believe that there is some small amount of the magma coming into the system that's recharging it part of the process of the volcano building towards the next Russian which is years to decades down the road is not short term warning but St Helens is still alive and that we certainly need to continue to do the monitoring even if you know the volcano goes for decades more without any interruptions and that is almost right here supporting a lot more that story coming up later this afternoon it's nine fifty Ellen Terence business update time of your money now crude oil up close the market rebalances the Baker Hughes drilling activity survey showed the U. S. active rig count dropped to the lowest level since two thousand nine I NG also cites reports Saudi Arabia and Kuwait have decided to suspend output in June in a neutral zone between the two countries the clock is ticking for J. C. 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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KCRW

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05:24 min | 3 months ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KCRW

"Martin watched as a geologist on a ridge two miles closer disappeared in an avalanche of ash and smoke in Martin's radio went silent tie in Marianna Kerney were listening and watching from another rich they told me in nineteen ninety nine that they sped down narrow dirt roads we left our van when the service nothing but ash clouds of all these columns there was one nine felt like gosh maybe we won't get our hearing we were very fortunate to have survived and have a clear road and other people of course I had a really are bad rough time out of it like Mike Moore who was camping with his wife and two young daughters thirteen miles away in nineteen ninety nine more showed me photos of a colorless landscape smothered in volcanic ash our major color that we saw was our Tim when we camped that night after trying about eighteen hours to get out not being able to make it eighteen hours trudging through deep bash climbing up and over fallen trees still Moore told me our situation doesn't compare to what other people went through because he and his family were rescued to me the most pathetic story is of the gentleman that was an extremely good physical shape and he made it fourteen miles before he finally collapsed and went to sleep and the body was found with his lungs and his trachea and his mouth and his nose just filled with ash in all fifty seven people die the timing magnitude and direction of the eruption surprise geologists it first blew out sideways with more energy than an atomic bomb Seth Moran is the chief scientist now with the cascades volcano observatory there was no sign that it was going to happen at eight thirty two in the morning of may eighteenth there was no short term indication and there've been a lot of optimism that there would be signs and so it was actually pretty devastating in the days following that folks were thinking that they'd missed something they hadn't according to their data so they have to be ready for sudden eruptions with little warning at mount St Helens in other volcanoes vulnerable communities have been identified and warned and there's more monitoring now that's a lesson that we certainly learned at mount St Helens and for sure it's influencing the putting out instruments on other volcanoes that you know in some cases have interrupted in thousands of years but there's the potential for them to do so if that volcano wakes up back in nineteen ninety nine tie Kerney was philosophical about surviving the nineteen eighty eruption it's something that doesn't happen very often in a in the lifetime of a human being and in this nature it's nobody can stop it the last big scare at mount Saint Helens began in two thousand four and lasted nearly four years but eruptions were relatively minor the watching and the waiting continue for the next one for NPR news I'm Howard Berkes and now we have a story about a survivor she was born in nineteen eighteen when the Spanish flu had begun in Europe she survived that of course and World War two the depression after all that so few Boris immigrated from Greece to New York City in the fifties and then in March a few weeks after she turned a hundred and two she was diagnosed with corona virus her daughter Effie stress CD's didn't have much hope we just didn't think she would be able to make it the doctor told us we couldn't come to visit her but if it gets really serious and towards the end they would allow us to come and see her so we were prepared for that the forest was it Mary manning Walsh nursing home in Manhattan where she was already familiar to her doctor tamer Merson and she's very talkative lady Huskies the person that will often come up to the desk and start up a conversation with the nurse or with myself she speaks Greek only so in my case I use Google translate on my phone and when she stopped doing that is when I got worried she got a fever that day she tested positive and move to a covered floor through phone calls and video chats her daughter saw her get worse the second time I spoke to her she kept saying how sick she felt and that she couldn't even talk on the phone the CDC says that eighty percent of people who died of covert nineteen in this country are sixty five or older but despite her age and despite her congestive heart failure of voice got better after two weeks Dr Mircea has no idea why but he gives her the credit she is just a very strong patient and she had a big part in her own recovery here even when she was like really sick the doctors said she was still kind of spry she would joke around a little bit our smile he would come in and I thought yeah that's my mother her daughter and her doctor marveling over Sofia Boris who survived covert nineteen at the age of one hundred and two this is NPR news.

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Scientists study volcanic lightning

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02:26 min | 3 months ago

Scientists study volcanic lightning

"Opening we're just a couple days away from the fortieth anniversary of mount St Helens nineteen eighty eruption N. as como as Ryan Harris tells us all these years later the mountain is still teaching us lessons there's a lot of learning at mount Saint Helens says Dr Seth Moran the scientist in charge of the U. S. geological survey's cascades volcano observatory who tells me there's still a lot being gleaned from the main event and the eruptions that happened in the weeks and months after to understand the Russian dynamics how the cloud evolved questions right now people are getting into about the generation of volcanic lightning and there was no lighting that was observed and reported and we can see some deposits in a pretty good idea of the timing of some of those deposits relative to say when volcanic lightning was was being generated this other some interesting ideas that are starting to be developed about when volcanic lightning occurs an interruption sequence and what it means when it starts happening in terms of I'm gonna bash in the air how far to go in and things like that Moran says the big lesson though is still the lateral blast in landslide caused by the eruption which broke trees like they were matchsticks or burned everything in its path because of the hot gases that escaped not to mention burying much of the area in deep debris and sending a mud flow down the North Fork of the total river the landslide was what took the pressure off of the magma that intruded into the volcano and I generate the lateral blast and it was certainly appreciated that the bulging of the north flank that was moving out at a rate of five or six feet a day that that was producing a flank that was unstable and it was certainly understood that rockfalls landslides avalanches were in the future if nothing happens but it wasn't appreciated how big that website it wasn't how discontinuous it was gonna it was gonna be Amaran says since then geologists have learned a lot about what deposits from that kind of a landslide looks like around volcanic areas and I've taken that lesson and applied it to volcanoes around the world and it's now much more appreciated by the volcano community that landslides are part of what volcanoes can do and that that is something that in certain situations where you've gotten unstable flank that's obviously building outwards that that's a very real thing that needs to be taken into account when doing hazardous substance those hazard assessments are important because doctor Moran reminds me of something we should all keep in mind not only is mount St Helens still active but source several other cascade volcanoes including mount

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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Continues. Now on KOMO news. Let's talk politics while no one has declared yet the first poll a potential candidates for governor has been released more from Jeff Pohjola. In addition to president Washington voters, we'll be selecting a governor next year. Jay Inslee is running for president. But hasn't ruled out seeking a third term the same time. Now, he wasn't asked about it in this survey by Chisholm strategies, but another democrat attorney general Bob Ferguson seems to be pulling away pollster dean. Nielsen poll rapper you know, really represents a big ship to work Bergesen. And in the last year Republicans on the other hand favored their 2016 candidate Bill, Brian Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. Some considered a clear and present danger the threat of volcanic eruption in the Pacific northwest back in the spotlight more from Preston Phillips. Well, now, lawmakers are trying to make sure you're better prepared for the next one Senator Maria Cantwell visited the cascades volcano observatory to talk about a new law that will strengthen volcano monitoring systems this would allow experts to give communities more time for a pair or to evacuate. So that we can enhance the system that we have in place today. The new also improves coordination between volcanic observatories and creates a volcano wash office. That's operated around the clock. Preston Phillips reporting CVS is planning to sell cannabis based products in eight states. Brian shook has more the hemp derived CBD products will be available in Alabama, California. Colorado, Illinois, Indiana. Kentucky Maryland and Tennessee. The products will be creams sprays and roll lawns that provide an alternative source of relief. Hemp has higher concentrations of CBD than its cannabis cousin marijuana.

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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

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02:14 min | 1 year ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Ten thirty six Seattle police releasing the body Cam footage of an officer involved shooting Tuesday night on Capitol Hill. You can hear the officers telling a year old man over a loudspeaker to put his gun down. SPD's says the man refused to drop the gun. And instead pointed at them officers say this started as a call from a family member who was concerned about the man's wellbeing. He was shot by police, but is expected to survive the centers for disease control, say fettle now the deadliest drug in the US the deaths from the synthetic opioids skyrocketing more than a thousand percent at a six year period. More than eighteen thousand deaths in two thousand sixteen more men die from than women. The age group. That is hardest. Hit fifteen to thirty four year olds the threat of a volcano eruption. The northwest was in the spotlight yesterday. More from komo's Preston Phillips. Well, now, lawmakers are trying to make sure you're better prepared for the next one Senator Maria Cantwell visited the cascades volcano observatory to talk about a new law that will strengthen volcano monitoring systems this would allow experts to give communities more time to prepare or to evacuate. So that we can enhance the system that we have in place today also improves coordination between volcanic observatories and creates a volcano wash office, that's operated around the clock. A rape victim says she was willing to publicly testify if it meant that a Bill to protect all survivors had a good chance at passing. Megan Roque told a state Senate committee she was sexually assaulted by a fellow student at the university of Washington four years ago. But when she went to court to get a protection order was denied because state law required her to prove she had a real fear of future harm Sanchez rape and must be enough for courts to grant victims protections because for the victims reap disturbs. Our ability to lead a life, really without fear. The Bill that gets rid of that requirement unanimously passed the Senate committee now heads to the full Senate for a vote the challenges posed by homelessness and drug addiction in Seattle. Rhonda's honestly again yesterday and a Seattle courtroom. Komo's Matt Markovits with more Seattle municipal court judge. Ed McKenna is about to sentence. Another habitual offender, James Lamping facing. The judge is a balancing act courts deal with every day windy, send someone to jail or into treatment which offenders often do not fall through guys like Travis Burgi.

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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

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04:19 min | 2 years ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Moved, by her music TMZ reports Aretha 's family is planning to hold a public. Memorial to accommodate a very large number, of Washington's attorney general says he's got another win against the White House. AG Bob Ferguson joined with, other attorneys general from across the country to sue the EPA after that agency moved to block the Obama era chemical disaster rule. That rule increases the regulations and procedures at large chemical plants an appeals court sided with Ferguson, saying this is a matter of public safety and eat must. Go into effect according to the hill newspaper the Trump administration believes that rule is too expensive in. Unnecessarily burdensome, is unclear whether the administration, will appeal to a higher court Charlie Harger KOMO news Dozens of former intelligence officers expressing their opposition the President Trump's decision to revoke former, CIA director John Brennan security clearance, here's Brian shook a letter signed by sixty former Intel officials argues that the country will be weakened if a political litmus test determines who, can keep their clearances it also notes that, not everyone who signed the letter agrees with Brennan's political stances but they all believe former officials should be. Able to, express their views without fear of retaliation it. Comes after former top intelligence officials including several former CIA director's signed a letter in support. Of Brennan that's Brian shook reporting those raging California, wildfires affecting the rest of the nation in a most unpleasant way that story. From Tom Roberts scientists at NASA Jet, Propulsion lab say that high levels of carbon monoxide have spread across North. America reaching as far as, Texas the northeast and parts of Canada the noxious gases emitted from burning grass and trees and new satellite data shows that the. Air quality in several States is impacted experts at the high concentrations are mostly coming from the car fire, Mendocino complex fire Cranston fire and holy fire that's, Tom Roberts, reporting let's. Considered a very. High threat for eruption glacier. Peak and Barrington but the one and only monitoring station on the volcanoes expected to fail soon komo's Carleen Johnson explains. You leaders urging the US force service to give the go-ahead on a long-awaited project, to keep closer watch and glacier peak USGS cascade volcano observatory wants to add four stations and. Update the one they have now but they've been at this discussion point four years the delay according to. The Everett herald mostly over objections to place equipment in a wilderness area one size monitor and still back in two thousand one is expected to fail soon and four, years ago researchers mapped glacier peak and hundreds of square miles around it which led to maps, that show potential paths volcanic mudflows, called lahar burying communities still in Guam mission Skagit valleys including daring ten and since the end of the last Ice, age they know the volcano has erupted repeatedly. At least six times including two outbursts five times, bigger than, the, blast that, blew. Mount Saint Helen's Carleen Johnson KOMO news A search for a missing hiker will continue this. Weekend it's, the, homeless county more than a dozen search dogs are expected to take part in the search, for Samantha, sayers who's, been missing since a day hike on Vespa p August I. As the search continues that. Trail headed Vespas peak will be closed through the day Saturday twenty four seven, news the news you want when you want it on. KOMO news I'm Paul Jackson KOMO sports now an update from komo's sports desk the, doctors beat the Mariners last night at Safeco field eleven to one the Seahawks are in Los Angeles today they face the charges in their second game of the preseason with preseason game number. Two we're now at twenty four. Days since Earl Thomas has started his training camp. Holdout Thomas facing over a million dollars in fines from. The Seahawks if they choose to follow through on. The financial punishment Seahawks moving right along with Thomas who really is a non factor is the hawks prepare for the. Season ahead, without, him and eighty five seventy seven win last night for the Seattle storm or the New, York liberty, storm clinched, the number one seed art Sanders set your home of the. Huskies KOMO news Nine thousand nine hundred. Before I was Queen Latifah it was always my parents dream for me to go to college to this day one of my biggest regrets is that I never finished I'm sure they would've, traded any of my walks down a red carpet Cassini walk in.

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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Was very You're fine I know you didn't mean to hurt me, and then now she just doesn't answer Smith says she'll accept whatever legal action. The prosecutor thinks is, best Brian Clark ABC news it's considered at a very high threat of eruption glacier peak and daring ten but the. One and, only monitoring station on the volcanoes expected to, fail soon komo's Carleen Johnson reports, two leaders urging the US force service to give, the go-ahead on a long-awaited project to, keep closer watch and glacier peak USGS cascade volcano observatory. Wants to add four stations update the one they have now but they've been at this discussion point, four years the delay according to the Everett herald mostly over, objections to place equipment in a wilderness area. One size monitor installed back in two thousand one is, expected to, fail soon and, four years ago researchers mapped glacier peak and. Hundreds of square miles around it which led to maps that. Show potential paths volcanic mud flows called lahar burying communities still in. Guam Skagit valleys Including daring ten and since the end of the, last ice age they know the volcano has repeatedly at least, six times including two outbursts five times bigger. Than the blast that blew mount Saint Helen's Carleen Johnson, KOMO, news KOMO AAA traffic every ten minutes on the, fours well we're not seeing any early morning problems that should be affecting, the ferry sailings when we started getting underway for, the first runs later this morning in. Tacoma I five northbound into coma. NewSouth m. street near fifty, four th we. Have some roadwork going on the rest of the, evening and we're looking good on both the floating bridges no problems on, the battery street tunnel your next report.

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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

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03:42 min | 2 years ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Two forty four and, the KOMO, forecast now let's check in again with Seth Wayne temps in the, mid seventies looking good. Here on a Friday Saturday will burn off the clouds just a. Bit quicker that's temperatures to warm. Up to about eighty degrees or so low to mid eighties on Sunday mid eighties Monday, could get it stormy one or two On Tuesday we'll keep you posted have a great weekend. And enjoy the rest of your work. Week I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO weather center in Seattle. Right now sunshine and seventy. Degrees at KOMO news KOMO news time to thirty, six the teenager who was pushed off of a sixty foot bridge near Vancouver says the friend who has now been charged with. Reckless endangerment for sending her plunging into the water below d'oeuvres. Deserves some jail time for nearly killing her today that eighteen year old speaking out for. The first time Taylor Smith told good Morning America she didn't mean to hurt her friends she wanted to jump in she was scared and. She had asked me to give her a push. And I didn't think about the consequences I thought should be fine Jordan holders and hit the water so hard it broke five ribs punctured her lung and left her with multiple other internal, injuries one man is dead after. Jumping from the five twenty bridge in order to get away from police komo's Brian Calvert has the latest. Just after one thirty this morning a state trooper pulled. The car over on the westernmost high rise of the span the suspect was handcuffed after the. Arresting trooper believed he was under the influence then this Happened it appears as though he was placing in the backseat of the car when, the suspects spun, free and went right for the railing, state patrol captain Ron Mead. Says the trooper tried. To stop the guy grabbed a hold of at least. One leg But the woman who was just, two great captains says no the trooper. Did not jump in after the guy because that would have been very unsafe but the fact, remains the, suspects still. In handcuffs was pulled from the water over a half an hour later than died at the. Hospital Ventura a fair thorough and transparent investigation I've, asked the Seattle police department to conduct an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the suspect death Brian Calvert, KOMO news what started as, a report of a. Stabbing turned into a homicide investigation, into comas hilltop neighborhood this. All happened just after two o'clock this morning they. Had a call from someone that a man needed help, that man, around forty years old medics, rushed him. To the hospital but he died komo's Denise Whitaker says this happened here twenty-first and south m. street just a few blocks from Saint, Joseph medical center the search is on for. A man seen. On tape sabotaging bike share brake lines in Seattle Soto neighborhood komo's Bill o.'neil has more Seattle police department says the man can be seen on. Tape walking up to several bikes at fourth avenue south in Maine before midnight on June fourteenth that's when Apparently used some sort of cutting tool on, the, banks breaks then walked away the same man can also be seen in surveillance photos about. A month earlier damaging one single bike near fourth in Holgate detectives have been investigating a number of similar incidents and other parts of the, city whoever this man hasn't been linked. To any of those at this point the low Neil KOMO news it's considered a very high, threat for, eruption glacier. Peak endearing ten but the one and only monitoring station on the volcano is expected to fail. Soon komo's Carleen Johnson reports two leaders urging the, US force service to give the go-ahead on a long-awaited project to keep closer watch glacier peak USGS, cascade volcano observatory wants to, add four stations and. Update the one they have now, but they've been at this. Discussion point four years the delay according to the. Everett herald mostly over objections to place the equipment in, a wilderness, area one seismometers still back, in two. Thousand one is expected to fail soon and four years ago researchers map glacier peak and hundreds of square miles around it which led, to maps that show potential paths volcanic mudflows. Called lahar Burying communities, and there's still a Guam mission Skagit valleys including daring ten and since the end of the, last ice age they know the volcano has erupted repeatedly at least six times including two outburst five times bigger than the blast..

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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Found. Four cats have been found mutilated in this park the latest one a little. Kitten that was beheaded I just don't feel comfortable even. Walking around your knowing that there's somebody doing that because maybe one, day might not be a cat if someone can kill helpless animals People are concerned what's next the park where lacy Morris found a mutilated Kadam month. Ago I was a black and white park is now the same place, animal cruelty investigators see kittens head was found on display at home and park on Wednesday the body is still missing now at least eight cats have been, killed since February because you never know when he's going to graduate from can't to humans. In the latest case the vet did any crop see and says the kittens head was. Removed by a sharp. Instrument like a hatchet and it's the eighth mutilated cat in a series of disturbing attacks on cats in Lacey Tom water and Olympia investigators are still trying. To identify the owner of the last the latest kitten to, be, mutilated in Thurston county it had black fur with white under its chin neighborhood watch groups are now forming foot patrols, to keep an. Eye out and. Hopefully protect pets in that area a temporary moratorium on new medical clinics downtown Everett means a local addiction clinic will stay in cramped. Quarters for now ideal option has Plans to relocate as it adds double digit numbers of new. Patients each day That's on hold as he ever city council. Looks to revitalize downtown are considering adding regulations for where medical clinics can operate the Everett herald reports until then ideal. Option has remodeled both the break room and a bathroom into patient care space what started as a report of a stabbing has turned into a, homicide investigation and Tacoma's hilltop neighborhood saw happened just after two o'clock this morning they had a call, from someone that a man, needed help that mad around forty years old medics rushed him to the hospital but. He died Twitter who says the killing happened near twenty-first and south m. street just a few blocks from Saint Joseph medical center Hjelm man is hoping to take. His son home from the hospital today after the boy was seriously injured in a DUI crash that killed three people five year old Noah Anawar, Ana ware suffered spinal and stomach injuries and is in a body cast and Mary bridge children's hospital, in Tacoma the boy's mother, charged with driving drunk and blowing through a stop sign Noah's father Brian aware is. Furious and then having our son vehicle to thinking Obviously you don't, care about, anything but. Yourself and I mean the the. Safety of your child should be number. One priority and ware says he's working to gain full, custody of. No other crash happened August six near ROY three of the four people from California. Were killed thirty-five. Year old climber died while repelling off peak and mount rainier national park Stephen Kornblum of Seattle somebody Dewey Pete with. Two friends Tuesday after climbing the mountains of west face Kornbluh two partners repelled safely before he. Started to come down it's unclear what caused him. To fall it's considered a very high, threat for an eruption glacier pecan Barrington but. The one and only monitoring station on the volcano is expected to fail. Soon here's komo's Carleen Johnson leaders urging the US four service to give the go-ahead, on a long-awaited, project to keep closer watch and glacier peak USGS cascade volcano observatory wants to add four stations and update the one they. Have now but they've been at this discussion point for years the delay. According to, the Everett herald mostly. Over objections to place in a wilderness air Area one size monitor installed back, in two thousand. One is expected to fail soon and, four years ago researchers map glacier peak and hundreds of square miles around it which led to maps that show potential paths volcanic mudflows called lahar burying communities still in Guam mission Skagit valleys including daring ten and since the. End of the last ice age they know the, volcano has ruptured repeatedly at least six times including two outbursts five, times bigger, than the blast that. Blew mount Saint Helen's Carleen Johnson, KOMO news check into the sports s America's and, the Angeles, Dodgers the defending national champions begin a three. Game interleague series tonight the Mariners had. Yesterday off they come into tonight two and a half, games behind. The aids for the second wildcard spot Wade LeBlanc on the mound fireworks after the. Game tonight and. A keyarena seven o'clock the Seattle storm with the chance to clinch the top seed in the WNBA playoffs when they. Entertain the New York liberty at keyarena seven o'clock tip sports at ten and forty past the. Hour on the home of the huskies traffic and. Weather coming up KOMO news time ten, forty one did you know that the summer's end Find out how to make, the best memories this Labor Day weekend afterward from our partner you knew the risks when you decided to drive drunk there could be, a crash people could get hurt or killed but that didn't stop you did it you knew you could get arrested you can incur huge, legal expenses and. You could possibly even lose your job You. Were well aware of the consequences of driving drunk but one, thing's.

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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Not only bodily harm but Emotional trauma as well but, I, just. Hope for the best and I I'll accept whatever the prosecutor I. Guess gives me, that prosecutors not yet announced if Smith will. Face charges a thirty five year old climber died while repelling off a peak mount rainier national park this week the news Tribune reports Stephen, corn bluetooth of Seattle. Summited Dewey peak with two friends Tuesday after climbing the mountains west face. The park spokesman says corn two partners repelled safely before he, started to come down it's unclear what went wrong expect delays in the. North sound this weekend as, crews closed the westbound lanes of highway two in Everett again the komo's Brian, Calvert is here to explain why this project is taking so long Greg Amanda it seems like they're always working on this. Stretch of highway two and this weekend. The closure will cover more of the freeway this time we're. Shutting down westbound US to, between state route nine and the I five interchange alley Barreiro with, the State Department of transportation warns traveling on westbound US two, will not be able to go any further past highway nine the work has, been Post-poned five weekends already, this year because of weather, matter of, fact they only got three weekends of work done here all summer it's not that the rain is bad Barrera says the sealant they're, using on this new pavement can't, get wet for a couple of, days after it's, applied that's why this project is, taking so long to more, closures of. The stretch coming in September, as for, this one. Westbound highway two will be closed. Between SR nine and I. Five from seven tonight till early Monday morning Brian Calvert KOMO news it's considered a very high threat for eruption, glacier peak and daring ten but the one and only monitoring station on that volcanoes, expected, to. Fail soon komo's Carleen Johnson is here to explain well town leaders. Are urging the, US forest service to give the go-ahead once. And for all on this long-awaited project to keep closer watch on glacier peak USGS cascade volcano observatory wants to add four stations and then, update the existing one. They have where the batteries about to go but they've been at this. Discussion point for you Years the delay according to the Everett herald mostly over objections to placing equipment insensitive wilderness areas. And using helicopters, to do sell but now experts are becoming more focus of. Course on public safety and natural hazards. Ever since the deadly fourteen Oso mudslide of course in. That disaster there was no warning and they think that there. Is if there is a chance to warn people about glacier peak and needs to be done and soon that one size monitor and sell back in two thousand one is in fact expected to fail soon Carleen Johnson KOMO, news time to focus. Our attention now on the drive on this Friday morning at a KOMO, AAA traffic update here's Kiera well we have just one blocking problem right now. And that's our police investigation in Seattle. That, was the result of this DUI suspect jumping into the water so right now eastbound five twenty West End of the bridge we do have the right lane, blocked fortunately though we have light volumes right now on five twenty so no. Real backups in that area it looks like. Our response in ever heading westbound on the bowling Freeway approaching evergreen has now been cleared. In our backups in that area have gone away. Eastbound five twelve busy between the mall and Meridian northbound I five. Crowded as you're approaching the Tacoma dome, you're hitting the brakes as you're coming into Southcenter and now it's a slow go. In Seattle off and on as you, work your, way between Albro and the convention center still mostly wide open on southbound I five that we are starting to see a little bit of a growing volume in the Mountlake terrace area northbound four zero five on the brakes off and on from..

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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KQED Radio

"If you look at reports in in many parts of the media the socalled peaceful protests and the struggle and the mantra return and all other hyper nonsense nothing of the kind one thing the protests apparently prompted was egypt opening its border slightly letting some gazans leave i met one thirty eight year old man hoping to travel out abuja's you're going to egypt as why to flee from gaza strip wherever he wants to flee the gaza strip forever he sees no future in gaza daniel estrin npr news gaza the images from the volcanic eruption on hawaii's big island are both breathtaking and terrifying lava gushing from cracks in the earth blasting at times more than two hundred feet in the air for those living in the southeast corner of the big island the eruption is devastating it's also presenting an unusual opportunity for scientists npr's nathan rot reports every day night and minute since his major eruption started scientists have been tracking its progress drones buzzing over the rivers of lava blinking red and green at night against the cream sickled glow on the rising smoke sensors and monitors record every earthquake and eruption and teams volcanologists are out on foot twenty four hours a day recording gas levels lava speeds fountain heights and whatever other data they can get unfortunately they don't let bumbling reporters join them in the field but they will take a recorder we're here at the margin of flo advancing from fisher seven and twenty one towards the northwest this is dr alexa van eden of physical volcanologist who's usually stationed in oregon cascades volcano observatory he's standing less than a foot away from a lava flow recording its speed and behavior but what strikes her is the sound you can hear first of all the cokie frogs in the background you can hear the clink ring the lava which really does sound like breaking glass now we're clink ring is actually a technical term it's the barely audible sound and process of lava breaking as it vulcanologist you learn about this term clinker and for me it hasn't really sunk in that's what it actually sounds like it's clinking it's automatic this is van eaton later outside of a crash better source where she and volcanologists from around the country are staying here on the big island she is very very excited about this opportunity as are the.

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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"From eight hundred to a thousand dollars for a load of lava rock often selling it to commercial properties and residential homeowners in parts of the big island all the news about that hawaiian volcano renewing the call for better monitoring of certain mountaintops around the region here is westby says the phone has been ringing our lot at her office these days a lot of inquiries here at the cascades volcano observatory asking could it happen here lots of questions because the northwest is home to a handful of volcanoes while most are monitored well westby and others acknowledged glacier peak is not and because it's in a blind spot it's been labeled as a very high threat primarily because of the lahar that would be triggered if glacier peak began letting off steam now ice and snow and that could generate this mud flow that would incorporate rock and that would flow down the stream channels westby and others are very clear to say there's nothing they know of indicating glacier peak is about to do some things he reports all other volcanoes like mount rainier and mount hood are not currently showing any signs of alarming activity brian calvert komo news oregon state police trooper rescuing ten husky german shepherd puppies this week they were found in the hot car trunk a vehicle was pulled over on monday the oregonian reporting the trooper pulling over a vehicle for speeding along i five near medford the dogs were apparently on their way to seattle from fontaine shanna california they had no water and it was about eighty eight degrees on monday the dogs were taken to jackson county animal services and should be okay the owner cited for animal neglect an effort to stop seattle's new head tax underway komo's about markevic saying it's a signature gathering drive for a referendum that would stop the tax from becoming law saul spady the grandson of the founder of dick's drive in says homelessness is a huge issue not being handled well by the city so he's one of the organizers of a new petition drive that needs nearly eighteen thousand signatures by june fifteenth to stop seattle's tax on big business from becoming law this is exciting citizens referendum is an opportunity for us to.

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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Seth wayne checking your forecast for you now we're going with those temperatures in the upper sixties again mostly cloudy skies those cloud cover continues to burn off but not too late in the day it's because of that strong marine layer once again we're going for the same scoop on your thursday now temperatures will be in the low seventies on friday so we're gonna burn off that marine layer little quickly but we're also going to be put into an occasional scattered shower come the weekend meantime weekend daytime highs in the low to mid seventy so not bad they're all right have a great rest of your wednesday yeah halfway through the week i'm seth wayne in the komo weather set fifty six and clouds downtown nano six now benton county is going to pay one point two million dollars to the family of a teen who died in the county jail in two thousand sixteen the details from komo's erik heintz family of mark marino accepted the settlement offer from benton county commissioners rather than continue with a wrongful death lawsuit marino diet in jail cell and march twenty sixteen eight days after he was booked on warrants and alleged his rupt of behavior at a mental health facility marino's family has said he'd been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia the county coroner ruled marino died from an irregular heartbeat and dehydration as a result of synthetic cannabis in a system the sheriff's offices marino was given water and food but did not know if he was drinking or eating enough eric heintz komo news as a volcano continues to let off steam on hawaii's big island attention turns to one of the mountain tops here in the north west experts say glacier peak is currently listed as a very high threat that doesn't meet a glacier peak eruption is imminent it just means scientists don't have enough monitoring in place to offer a more definitive answer seth moran scientists in charge of the cascades volcano observatory tells the herald based on the technology they have now northwestern option isn't currently on the radar the drug that earned allstar robinson cadeau and eighty game suspension is not a performance enhancer but it could be used to hide the presence of such drugs a local sports medicine.

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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"The call for better monitoring of certain mountains around here more on this from komo's brian calvert was westby says the phone has been ringing our lot at her office these days a lot of inquiries here at the cascade volcano observatory asking could it happen here lots of questions because the north west is home to a handful of volcanoes while most monitored well westby and others acknowledged glacier peak is not and because it's in a blind spot it's been labeled as a very high threat primarily because of the lahar that would be triggered if glacier peak began letting off steam which could now i know and that could generate this mud flow that would incorporate rock and that would flow down the stream channels westby and others are very clear to say there's nothing they know of indicating glacier peak is about to do something she reports all other volcanoes like mount rainier and mount hood are not currently showing any signs of alarming activity brian calvert komo news komo news time now eight oh seven the columbia river is approaching flood stage after a rapid snow melt from higher than average spring temperatures the water level near vancouver was measured at fifteen point four feet yesterday flood stages sixteen feet and is still rising it means the interstate five bridge connecting oregon and washington will need to be lifted more frequently for boats that can now not fit under the bridge because the high water and warnings have been issued for the okinawan river in north central washington no boating no swimming because of the fast high water detectives are trying to figure out what happens in an officer involved shooting in kitsap county deputy scott wilson says a.

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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Of education sabrina sidearm regarding the deadly protests you cannot live with the existing has come for the world to say and to say no to continue lawrence of the rights of the palestinian people israel's position is that it will come to the bargaining table when palestinians renounce violence at the white house spokesman raj shah talked of eventually putting forth the trump proposal the peace plan will be brought forward at the appropriate time can be evaluated on its merits that's a way of saying when things cool down now that the embassy has been moved to jerusalem bob costantini washington it's ten past first lady melania trump is in walter reed national military medical center after undergoing a procedure to treat a benign kidney condition correspondent kaitlan collins reports president trump has visited her bedside president was there for about an hour or so he did travel over there by marine one he tweeted shortly as he was on his way over there saying that the first lady was in good spirits and a white house official told us that the president did phone malania trump before she underwent that procedure and then he also spoke with the doctor's after everything was finished this is america in the morning as residents on hawaii's big island prepare for the potential explosion of mount kill away the socalled pacific ring of fire has kept vulcanologists and geologists busy monitoring seismic and volcanic activity jim rupe spent following the story johnny cash made it famous in psalm the ring of fire i'm sure he wasn't talking to you about the same thing but still the ring of fire or circum pacific belt follows the coasts of south america north america eastern asia australia and new zealand the ring of fire is located along the edges of the pacific ocean liz westby as a geologist with the us geological survey cascades volcano observatory in vancouver washington in the shade of mount saint helens and if you take a look at the ring of fire there's easily four hundred and fifty volcanoes along the ring of fire summer active in summer dormant and so this is the most seismically and volcanically active area in the world is in the middle west says while the activity and proximity of kilowatt is causing some anxiety in a in a very general sense they're all the volcanoes the magma's are all generated in this.

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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Deadly protests you cannot live with the existing time has come for the world to say an auto club and to say no to continue lawrence of the rights of the palestinian people israel's position is that it will come to the bargaining table when palestinians renounce violence at the white house spokesman russia talked of eventually putting forth a trump proposal the peace plan will be brought forward at the appropriate time can be evaluated on its merits that's a way of saying when things cool down now that the embassy has been moved to jerusalem bob costantini washington it's ten past first lady melania trump is in walter reed national military medical center after undergoing a procedure to treat a benign kidney condition correspondent kaitlan collins reports president trump has visited her bedside and president was there for about an hour or so he did travel over there by marine one he tweeted shortly as he was on his way over there saying that the first lady was in good spirits and a white house official told us that the president did phone melania trump before she underwent that procedure and then he also spoke with the doctor's after everything was finished this is america in the morning as residents on hawaii's big island prepare for the potential explosion of mount kill away the socalled pacific ring of fire has kept vulcanologists and geologists busy monitoring seismic and volcanic activity jim rupe spent following the story johnny cash made it famous in song burns carbs fire i'm sure he wasn't talking about the same thing but still the ring of fire or circum pacific belt follows the coasts of south america north america eastern asia australia and new zealand the ring of fire is located along the edges of the pacific ocean liz westby as a geologist with the us geological survey cascades volcano observatory in vancouver washington in the shade of mount saint helen and if you take a look at the ring of fire there's a easily four hundred and fifty volcanoes along the ring of fire some are active in summer dormant and so this is the most seismically and volcanically active area in the world is in the middle westby says while the activity and proximity of gila way is causing some anxiety in a very general sense they're all the.

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"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The world to say and to say no to the continued lawrence of the rights of the palestinian people israel's position is that it will come to the bargaining table when palestinians renounce violence at the white house spokesman raj shah talked of eventually putting forth a trump proposal the peace plan will be brought forward at the appropriate time can be evaluated on its merits that's a way of saying when things cool down now that the embassy has been moved to jerusalem bob costantini washington it's ten past first lady melania trump is in walter reed national military medical center after undergoing a procedure to treat a benign kidney condition correspondent kaitlan collins reports president trump has visited her bedside then president was there for about an hour or so he did travel over there by marine one he tweeted shortly as he was on his way over there saying that the first lady was in good spirits and a white house official told us that the president did phone melania trump before she underwent that procedure and then he also spoke with the dock after everything was finished this is america in the morning as residents on hawaii's big island prepare for the potential explosion of mount kilowatt the socalled pacific ring of fire has kept vulcanologists and geologists busy monitoring seismic and volcanic activity jim rupe spent following the story johnny cash made it famous in psalm worms burns luring i'm sure he wasn't talking to you about the same thing but still the ring of fire or circumpacific belt follows the coasts of south america north america eastern asia australia and new zealand the ring of fire is located along the edges of the pacific ocean liz westby as a geologist with the us geological survey cascades volcano observatory in vancouver washington in the shade of mount saint helen and if you take a look at the ring of fire there's easily four hundred and fifty volcanoes along the ring of fire summer active in summer dormant and so this is the most seismically and volcanically active area in the world now is in the middle west be says while the activity and proximity of killa way is causing some anxiety in a in a very general sense they're all the volcanoes the magma's are all generated in this very similar way but they're very localized system for example she says with the mount saint helen's eruptions in.

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