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Questions Continue to Raise Over Potential 2020 Election Fraud
"Now. The report from Public Interest Legal Foundation analyses on the UN deliver herbal rejected and accounted for ballots in 2022. Report says. To put these numbers in perspective, Joe Biden carried Arizona by 10,457 votes. At the state's Maricopa County reportedly sent ballots to 110,092 outdated or wrong addresses. The group said. So they took all this data and they did analysis. The same scenario roughly happen in Nevada, where Biden carried with 5 33,096 votes, Clark County bounced 93,279 ballots. The report. Can you imagine if the sure on the other foot would they be saying about this election? Oh, the broadcast companies on their boardrooms will be very, very upset. Like the vaccine. Don't raise any questions. And yet, while the Democrats and buying we're trashing The coming and the development of the vaccines. These companies said nothing. Because they're basically run by Democrats and leftists. That's why The report adds, The lesson is clear. Increased reliance on mass mail voting must correlate with aggressive voter registration list maintenance. The report also explains unknown ballots. The US Election Assistance Commission has local officials. How many ballots were not returned as voted were unbelievable, or were otherwise unable to be tracked. And they write. The United States Postal Service inspector General most recently reported that only 13% of mail ballots in the 2018 general election used the official tracking system. This means There's a wide variety of things that can happen to a ballot in the unknown column.
"clark county" Discussed on RJ Politics
"Utah's running so there's at least four that we know of and i would expect they're probably going to be more and it could be pretty knocked down drag out primary because you know like i said they're all represented by pretty serious consultants around here who who liked to win primaries and like you know would love to have the one to topple suzy lee as well. Who is probably quite thrilled about this. Very large field. That our. i've already if you read my stories on. Both of them have already started to kinda rend each other on the way to getting to her. So it's gonna be an interesting race. Yeah absolutely. I mean cd. Three is now and has always represented the republicans. Best chance to win a seat in congress in the las vegas area. Cd four which has been held by a republican Before it's a little more iffy The registration is a little more advantageous to democrats cd. Three has been was drawn Twenty years ago as a competitive district and it has remained a competitive district. Sense that Ironically enough one of the One of the authors of that district and one of the people who kind of i think saw how it was going to grow over the next decade as mike lanker. Who is a consultant for april becker. And with all due respect the other candidates would have to say april. Becker at this point is the is the front runner. And i say that for three reasons. One obviously the money That she has raised so far To her her name recognition Was really boosted by that race against a nicole cannizzaro and that's really comes to the third category. Which is political experience. She has been out there on the campaign trail. She has gone through everything. A candidate goes through raising money calling strangers and asking for money. The probably the worst thing to do to run for politics forming policy positions talking to the media talking to various groups To try to secure people's vote doing all the the candidate things that are probably gonna come as as either surprises or or You know they're going to be navigating for the first time. All these other candidates those things. It's not to say that the races in the back a not at all But certainly april becker. I think has a head start not just in fundraising i think. She has a headstart politically as well. She did very well against nicole. Cannizzaro which That district was very tight. That race was very close and And cannizzaro Either by very narrow margin That really could have that would have been. How april becker succeeded. There would have been like capturing your opponent's queen in chess game. I mean she is. She is the majority leader in the state senate and had republicans capture that seat. That would've been quite feather in their cap Suzy lee would also be a very good feather. In republicans cap they really want that has been held by republicans..
"clark county" Discussed on RJ Politics
"Two when they're supposed to be about the business of registering and turning out voters because this would be a huge distraction in that sense and the republicans. Do not need any further distractions here in clark county that clark county. Republican party has been surpassed in in voter registration by independent voters. And that is not a good thing as you pointed out every statewide office but one is held by a democrat and by the way these state party censured the one remaining republican Who oversaw the election and did her job very wealthy but not to their satisfaction. So there's a lot of dysfunction and there's a lot of problems lot of hurdles in the way of the organized republican party to to win back some of these seats to try to defeat a governor slack or defeat senator cortez masto win back seats in the legislature and And so they don't need any additional speed bumps in the on the highway to To success and this is certainly a big. What because this this court fight. It's not like you go on the people's court in three minutes later you have your verdict. This could take awhile this. Could this could easily lead certainly into the fundraising that begins toward the latter part of this year. But maybe even the next year we may. We may come to new year's eve and not know who the real leaders of the republican party are absolutely and you mentioned the The irony of the whole election thing and this is i mean Jesse law as well as some of the central committee members who form the corum i noticed and we put in our story that alito benson is an example. She's the current political director at the state party but those two specifically when it was time for the state republican party and the trump campaign to you when they were contesting the election results. They were collecting all these. You know these infant those who were directly involved with that process they were the ones along with rory mcshane consultant and some others who were physically putting together the collecting of these testimonials and things like that. They were also part of an adult..
"clark county" Discussed on RJ Politics
"We're going to have to do this on her own for a while. And this has been happening for for months now. I mean this is the second eight consecutive meeting that has been kind of either shutdown in progress or cancelled because of security risks. I mean we had previously reported about some activists including somebody whose avowed probably member some folks who were who were allegedly threatening elected officials. And you know doing a lot of other things that were really kind of questionable We reported that and then there was you know the existing board was saying that they've been getting threatened by these people. They cancelled it for the security threat. There have been sued by that group. There's ongoing lawsuit in this matter because you know now that group saying they were distributed discriminated against when they weren't allowed into these meetings and stuff and it's just it really is a mess and the two things that aren't really part of the mudslinging in the drama. That i think are terribly important. Are those two things that i just mentioned. Which essentially you know. They'll tons of rank and file republicans. Who just they want to be. Part of the of the The party you want to listen to how they're going to get the democrats they want to do. The work and organiz and volunteer and things like that and all these candidates who you know in nevada almost all the republicans running our challenges to entrenched incumbents because most of the elected officials here are democrats especially in clark county so so you've already got this uphill battle of trying to beat somebody who's who's who's in office which we've always said always tough. Now they gotta do it without much of a counterparty and and some of said you know maybe not much of a state party to as it's so involved in in this right now so it's it's not a good look for republicans i would think and and i have gotten a number of emails just from readers who are like. I wish they'd sorted out so we focused on getting rid of these democrats. You know so. I think that's definitely a prevailing sentiment..
"clark county" Discussed on RJ Politics
"Politician. Government editor steve sabella couple of topics to talk about things. I've been writing about these last week. or so. we are gonna eventually get into some of the challenges in third. Congressional district is able to interview them in the last week or so after was out for about ten days after getting vaccinated everything but that's another show But for first thing that we wanna talk about is what i've been working on all this week. What we've been talking about all this week. Which is basically total chaos at the clark county republican party. Last week there was a an attempt at a meeting to elect new officers Depending on who you ask. It was either Accosted by some ruffians outside or the The existing board did not allow a lot of duly elected in or out of dewey a- happy members and things like that inside To participate in the election. It depends on who you ask. Essentially the whole thing has just sort of spiraled out. New new officers were not elected. The meeting was adjourned the chairman. Dave say jack who was about two term limit out anyway resigned and now you've essentially had since then earlier this week. I guess just on on wednesday of this week A fringe group basically a group. They say about fifty or so. A central committee members Met to elect a new chairman. They say they did it. They say they elected jesse law. Who used to work for the state party here for the trump white house and trump campaign here But the existing were didn't recognize the meeting says they're still in charge. Says the meeks not actually going to adjourn until august seventeenth says that law is not able to run for office because he's membership has been suspended for a number of reasons and essentially what you've now got is the true almost kind of farcical Experience of as i can tell as we're recording this on thursday of this week there are two competing boards One of which is the fee holdover board. It's been the board for awhile. That still has the keys to the office and the bank accounts and everything. The other is this new sort of upstart kind of board. That was elected this week with the the deep deep support of the state party chairman. Who as we've talked about in previous shows doesn't get along with the county party and has it for years anyway so essentially. I mean the way to wrap this up is nothing has been decided. And we're almost going to court. Yeah definitely seems that way and you know. I pity the judge who has to wade through all desk and take time away from you know other legitimate Civil disputes that need to be adjudicated to to adjudicate this This sort of party in exile. You're having two competing factions saying no word legitimate government of these broken party And the other guys the exile government or whatever though the the the the rump government and it's it it it's kind of sad but you know it's nothing new. I remember you know going to republican county party events and state party events years years and years ago as a young reporter and they would degenerate almost immediately from the start into shouting and name calling threats to sue one another. It was just a it was just a complete a mess even back. Then you know held in places like the showboat is tells you how long ago These these meetings and talking about were held because the showboat doesn't exist anymore..
Seattle's UW Medicine faces vaccine shortage, stops scheduling first dose appointments
"New Covert related deaths have been reported across Washington and now is call most Brian Calvert reports. Ah major vaccine provider is Forced to hit Pause. The city of Seattle is getting excited about its first major vaccination sided Blumenfield. Fire chief Harold Scoggins hopes it will build on the momentum of the thousands of vaccines they administered this past weekend taking those doses. Two people that's really important for us. That's not done without partnerships with University of Washington except that partner has now run dry. A shortage of doses has forced the University of Washington and the vaccine sites It works with to temporarily suspend appointments for first doses. This will not impact those with a previously scheduled second appointment. Shortage may be a sign of a larger distribution problem that state health officials already seemed to be addressing. For example, after Clark County complained it was discovered they were getting far fewer vaccines, and now their supply has tripled. What come county Also previously underserved is now getting more vaccine in coming days. Ryan
Seattle Police arrest fire department employee for threats to City Council member
"In connection with threats made to a city council member and a statement. Authorities saying the 42 year old man not been identified, was booked for cyberstalking. Computer, trespass and identity theft is part of an ongoing probe. A statement did not identify the city Council member. But in January council member Shamo Sawant, saying she had received threats from an email address it appeared You belong to a Seattle fire Department Employees. Also a black man, who was shot by a Clark County sheriff's deputy
"clark county" Discussed on KOMO
"Clark County is busy and Cuomo's Charlie Harder tells us people from nearby Oregon are being told to stay away cited the Clark County fairground seats about 700 people a day. And there are reports that people who may not be eligible in Oregon for the covert vaccine are crossing the border to Washington, where they may qualify. Governor Jay Inslee was asked about it when touring the site. They can root for the decks. They hit their vaccinations in Oregon. We will root for the Cougars and the Huskies, and we will get our is in Washington, and it sounds like a call has been made did send a message to our friends in Oregon that We want them to do their vaccination. Working Oregon, the Washington National Guard Staff's the Clark County site, along with three major centers and central and eastern Washington. Charlie Harder, Come on, you group of University of Washington, students will soon be able to administer the cove. It 19 vaccine Health sciences. Students are Voluntarily taking classes where they learn procedures on how to get the vaccine to patients. As the vaccine rollout continues to grow in our state, more people are needed to administer shots. Dental student Joe Clemens is taking part. The idea is that we will be able to volunteering. Deliver vaccines as soon as we're done with this training while into graduate students teach the class PPE needles and other supplies that are high in demand are donated. Some positive signs in the Seattle area where health officials say they are seeing a downward trend in covert 19 cases and hospitalizations. Earlier this week, there was only one patient in the cove. It 19 intensive care unit at UW Medical Center Montlake unit had cared for as many as eight patients at a time. In the heights. The pandemic. Covet crisis is the motivation for a building Olympia that would put several requirements on Washington's long term care facilities under the bill, facilities would.
CDC Officials Say Evidence Indicates Schools Can Reopen If Precautions Are Taken
"The pandemic has had a profound impact on our children cut off friends and schools. But cdc experts sent today in person. Learning can resume if proper precautions. Taken for more on that. Here's kate snow leaders of the covid response team at the cdc concluding school related cases of covid nineteen have been reported but there has been little evidence that schools have contributed meaningfully to increased community transmission and long term care facilities and meat processing facilities. We saw a real rapid spread infection across the facility and often into the community with schools. We're not really seeing that. It's more ammunition for those pushing to reopen schools for in person learning the superintendent of clark county schools. Where las vegas is says. It can't happen soon enough. They lost another student over the weekend. The nineteenth suicide since schools went virtual only last march. It's hard to know why someone takes their life but do you personally think there is a link between virtual schooling and the number of suicides. You've had this attractive this. Yes i believe so. In what sense. I think i think the isolation the the kids reaching out on their own in school right now in rural washington state high school junior lilly via says her anxiety got worse after in person. Classes stopped nearly a year ago. Always have someone physically next to me. I would always have someone i can. Physically talk to without having to dial their number or text them through snapchat and how. I'm just with my cat in my room but there are heated debates over whether to return kids to classrooms from chicago to atlanta to maryland. We want nothing more to be back in our classrooms. The head of maryland's teacher's union says teachers won't go back on march first unless they're vaccinated. Let's get back to school but that's do it in a safe way so our teachers are educators. Feel safe and parents feel safe putting things in place and easing fears and not hitting people against each other. The cdc authors say schools will still need to require face masks increase physical distance and do testing. They warn indoor sports could jeopardise safety but they see a path forward for schools and a way to keep teachers and students safe kate snow. Nbc news
Las Vegas schools pushing to get students back quickly following rise in suicides
"Las Vegas or getting back to school. Las Vegas schools likely to reopen within weeks amid concerns over mental health of students and a surgeon suicide. I don't understand why we're not hearing Maura about this because it has to be happening not just in that school district. Clark County, Nevada, home to Las Vegas, the nation's fifth largest school district has seen student suicides more than double 19th since school shutdown. That's serious stuff. Yeah, it is. The mental health ramifications of these shutdowns are real. They are real. They need that socialization And and even kids who seem like you know, outwardly, they're adapting and and maybe they are Employees. It's hard to tell. Well, I mean, I think when life is usually filled with friends and things going on at school, I mean, it looks pretty gray right now. I mean teachers, they're doing their best to try to keep kids engaged.
Trump campaign continues to lose election lawsuits
"Out in two states today, the Wisconsin Supreme Court declining to hear an election challenge ruling, it should go through lower court's first. Meantime, challenges continue in several states, including in Nevada. Despite the Supreme Court here in Nevada, unanimously certifying the election results. The Trump team wants the judge to either Throw out the results of the election or declared Trump the winner. Now the Trump team says it does have sufficient evidence to prove that the elections in Nevada were illegitimate. They claimed there were substantial irregularities and proprieties and fraud. One of the major issues, according to Republicans, deals with how Clark County processed. It's mail in ballots. They say the machines used to verify signatures were problematic and that the whole process simply wasn't fair to Chef Paul in Carson City in Arizona, a judge ruling Ends to state GOP Challenge over ballot inspections The power's
"clark county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"See you in court. I'm Lisa Sarah Fox News, one of the many legal battles the Trump campaign is waging moves forward in court tomorrow, Deputy Attorney for America but County had said there were some voting. Clarity's. But in this case they only impacted about 180 valets. Roughly Trump campaign's attorney, Matt Whitaker, isn't so sure of that and has given the closeness in this race. It should be a priority to get more clarity. You know, as we've seen the count come down in Arizona from 200,000 vote deficit. Ah, for President Trump on Election Day It's down. I think 14 12,000 So I mean, it just continues to No doubt, he says. In Nevada, the campaign is arguing that thousands voted who no longer lived in ST the Clark County Register has said there are a number of reasons why Nevada's may vote while living out of state Jessica Rosenthal Fox News because the margin between President Trump and President elect Joe Biden is so tight the state of Georgia will conduct a full hand count of results. It is certified The candidate is within half percent, I believe would still be entitled to a recount. But that would be a scan recount. Just because of that is Willis and State law Secretary of state Brad Rapids. Berger, who says he wants the process to begin by the end of the week, and he expects it will take until November, 20th. Focus for the balance of power in the Senate is on Georgia, where both seats are up for grabs were Republican incumbent David Purdue is facing a challenge him John s off, and Republican Kelly LeFleur is battling Rafael War. Not the races are simply so close to Senate races now both going to run offs on January 5th. As it stands, none of the four candidates able to hit that 50% marks so by Georgia State law, there has to be run off and it could determine the control of the Senate. And because of that a lot of people think it could actually determined the agenda of the country for the next Four years off. Steve Harrigan. Republican Senator Dan Sullivan won reelection in Alaska. America is listening to Fox News. Minnesota is reporting a record breaking 56 Coben 19 deaths today, The Minnesota Department.
Trump's election legal strategy
"Race slips further away from President Trump and key battleground states, he's made it clear that he's not planning on conceding yet in a tweet, the president said Joe Biden should not wrongfully claimed the office of the president. I could make that claim. Also, legal proceedings are just now beginning. Trump team is challenging vote counts in the key states of Wisconsin, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Michigan. What are his justifications for doing so? And will he be successful? Jennifer Jennifer Curren's is a Republican strategist and former assistant secretary of state in California. So I asked her who has won the election in her opinion. That remains to be seen. Donald Trump had won. Florida, Ohio, Texas looked like he was winning Georgia, North Carolina and had been listed by all TV networks as leaning red in Pennsylvania. And then suddenly you wake up in the morning after and you find out that some of this had flipped over night. We have seen some anomalies here in the states. Just in the last 24 hours. You have nearly 4000 people in the critical state of Nevada described and listed on devoted roles as dead as having voted. So who won? I don't think we'll know until probably early December much in the way that we did not know who won the 2000 election until December. 12 of 2020, I think will be about that same time period. I mean, there has been a history of votes being Challenge. We already are heading to a recount in Georgia. We know that Donald Trump has launched several lawsuits. Do you feel that the Trump team is really not getting the legal do they deserve? I think it's a process that needs to be worked through. And in fact, I've been telling folks who've been calling me all day today in the last few days. That this is going to be like a game of tug of war. I don't know if you have that overseas, but one day you win a little. Then the next day, you have to give a little. Then the next day, you win again. And then next day, you have a setback. And I think we're going to go through that frustrating process as Republicans over the next several days, perhaps even the next 234 weeks, But I do think that the Trump legal team was prepared for this and I can tell you why I was with a Top member of Mayor Rudy Giuliani team on Sunday, and he said he was not returning to New York City that he was actually going straight to the White House and that they had told him he would not be going home again until December. 19th so that tells me even before the polls closed on Tuesday, the Trump campaign was expecting. That this might be an issue that the ballot security might be an issue in this country, and they're prepared for that. If there's a challenge here to be done, Mayor Rudy Giuliani is on top of it, as are the 1200 lawyers. Now that air out on behalf of the Trump team, Jennifer, do you accept that there are some allegations that have been swirling around social media that have now been debunked? For example, the idea of ballot stuffing there was a video circulating claimed to show ballot stuffing. In Michigan. It was later shown that that video was shot in Russia. You mentioned the allegations of dead residents being allowed to vote in Nevada. Can you accept that Some of the information that is circulating has now been shown to be false? Sure it's interesting. You say that I actually asked friends of mine. I said, please stop posting on my Facebook while any video that you did not take yourself or you do not know who took it because I do think that a I is a problem. You know those videos that are matched up with different audio, So I'm very skeptical myself. I've been a fact checker at Fox News for presidential debate. So my standard is probably as high as yours. Is there at the BBC, But look, I also know people that I've known for 20 years. That said that they're dead. Grandmother got ballots, and they took the ballot to the polling place because they were concerned, and they saw that their dead grandmother in Las Vegas, Nevada in Clark County had actually voted in this election, and she'd been gone since seven years ago. So there are enough stories out there that I think we need to make sure that the count is accurate, and we need to make sure that every person who cast a ballot did so legally. If Joe Biden wins is shown to be the legitimate winner, do you think that Donald Trump Step down gracefully. I D'oh D'oh! Look, Donald Trump is the businessmen. He's lived his whole life. He's had losses before in his life. He's had a couple of divorces where he didn't come out the winner and those either. I think that he will and I have confidence that he will. However, I do think that Donald Trump is going to want at fair adjudication. And make sure that every legal vote that counted is counted and that votes that may have come in after that legal deadline may be seen with the most scrutiny. But I do think ultimately in the end. If he did not win, he will take his lumps and move forward.
Biden Takes Lead In Pennsylvania, Georgia
"President Trump and former vice president Biden was still in a dead heat in a handful of states where votes are still being processed. This hour. The Republican is still ahead in North Carolina 50.1% of Biden's 48.7 million ballots postmarked Election Day have until November 12 to get to election officials in that state. A Democrat currently leads in the rest of the battle grounds in Nevada. The AP has Biden at 49.7% Trump at 48.1. Most mail ballots remain outstanding in Clark County, home to the Democratic stronghold of Las Vegas. Buns lead in Arizona has narrowed as tallies are updated in Maricopa County, where Phoenix is traditionally Republican in Georgia. The margin of Biden's lead over Trump is so small officials are getting ready for a recount. Then there's 20 electoral votes at stake in Pennsylvania. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports. Biden's lead in that state is growing as the vote count is tallied in two of the state's largest democratic strongholds. Biden is in a stronger position to win the presidency as results continue to trickle in from the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia regions based on the state's Thie Associated Press is called Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes would push Biden beyond to 70. Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney is urging the city to remain patient. As all the ballots are counted this week, the eyes of the nation in the world were here in Philadelphia. I'm proud to say the Philadelphia showed up. They mailed imbalance amidst an unprecedented conditions. In a statement, the Trump campaign without evidence, claimed numerous irregularities and accused Pennsylvania election officials of a lack of transparency at the
Biden slightly expands lead over Trump in Nevada
"Joe Biden is widening widening his his lead lead in in some some battleground battleground states, states, increasing increasing his his odds odds of of grabbing grabbing the the 270 270 electoral electoral votes votes needed needed to to win win the the presidential presidential election election today. today. This This is is going going to to make make the the Biden Biden can't can't feel very good, and probably a lot more good news ahead for the Biden camp. Still 190,000 outstanding ballots left to be tabulated the vast majority of them mail in ballots and the vast majority of that. Almost 90% coming from right here in Clark County, which is a Democratic stronghold. That's ABC News senior national correspondent Matt Gutman in
Nevada official says 63,262 ballots remain outstanding in Clark County
"50,000 mail in ballots will be counted today with 60,000 provisional ballots there still needing to be verified. A quarter of the AP. Biden has 264 electoral votes now in Nevada would give him six more and he would reach the 270 electoral votes needed to win the election. President Trump Today is tweeting stopped the count's
Fatal police shooting of 21-year-old Black man sparks protests
"York or happening throughout the weekend after Clark County sheriff's deputies shot and killed a young black man Thursday night. Coverage is Hannah Scott Reports. Dozens of protesters were met with a massive police presence last night as they flock to the shooting scene as word of 21 year old Kevin Peterson's death spread like wildfire on Social media nearly 24 hours after the shooting, Clark County Sheriff Chuck Atkins making this commitment participate as much as I can in ensuring that there is a complete throwing independent determination of what happened. How it happened and what could be learned from this incident. Sheriff's deputies involved in a drug investigation were after an armed suspect who shot at them when they return fire. But that contradicts what some witnesses are saying and the police chief of the homos has asked anyone who wants to protest there to leave their guns at home. In an open letter posted on Facebook Chief Robert Palmer said he supports people's rights to protest that he stands against racism. He went on to say that when guns get involved, it creates an uncomfortable distraction for my officers. Who are called to respond to the situation. He also clarified that citizens have no legal authority to stop anyone from doing anything and direct intimidation of otherwise peaceful protesters could subject you to arrest
Trump campaign sues in Nevada to stop Vegas-area vote count
"And Nevada Republicans are asking a state judge to stop the counting of mail in ballots in the Las Vegas area. They're alleging that pole monitors can't observe signature checking in Carson City, and also complain that their idea to install video monitors were rejected in Clark County. President
Atlanta - Georgia Supreme Court upholds law voiding votes for Athens-Clarke commissioner who died
"Ugo W's Bill Lockhart, the Georgia Supreme Court Monday, ruling that if the candidate dies before the election, those votes won't count Athens Clark County Ah commission candidate who died three days before the June election, one by more than 400 votes. Court ruled those votes were void and the runner up was declared the winner. The high court upheld but ruling the final debate. Trump versus Biden Thursday night. Nine Till 11 on your
Experts project autumn surge in coronavirus cases
"Has posted new numbers that we're learning why there's such a big spike. Almost 1000 new cases have been added to the tally since the last report. That pushes the total to more than 85,000 since the outbreak began, health officials say that number includes almost 500 cases in Clark County. Those cases were previously reported, but hadn't been entered in the state system. The number of deaths increased by 20, raising the total to 2100 in Washington. New projections show. A growing number of Corona virus cases through the fallen into the winter will bring intensive care units to capacity by December Institute for help Metrics and Evaluations. Projections have a wide range of uncertainty. And Dr Ellie moved, odd says they don't account for surges before December, nor I see you beds taken by flu or pneumonia. My dad says we're lucky in our region because we have a lot of hospitals in the state. Now there's this proportion of places in the state out of I C u then and as a part of the states with the same numbers and misleading because we have places that are often places a lot much worse. Conditions dot says he's confident will do what needs to be done to keep the overwhelming hospitals to keep from overwhelming hospitals, which he says Have become better at minimizing the number of patients that need to be admitted.
Seattle - More than 85,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Washington, 2,100 deaths
"A state health department has posted new numbers and we're learning why there's such a big spike. Almost 1000. New cases have been added to the tally since the last report, and that pushes the total to more than 85,000 since the outbreak began. Health officials say that number includes almost 500 cases in Clark County. Those cases were previously reported, but hadn't been entered into the state system. A number of deaths increased by 20, raising the total to 2100 in Washington.
Ransomware slows down many students return to school, even virtually
"Number of US school district's already stressed by the unfamiliarity of distance learning systems whose used the covid nineteen pandemic has imposed on them are recovering from a range of cyber attacks. A few like distributed denial of service attack. The Miami Dade Public Schools sustained last week were essentially cyber enabled truancy. So easy a teenager could do it. W. P. L. G. sniffed haughtily a lot of teenagers we should note have experienced with bouterse some of it gained in their play of online games. But somewhere seems to have been more common. The case of the Hartford Connecticut Public Schools is representative a ransomware infestation forced delayed opening. Schools in Toledo Ohio and Clark County Nevada were among the larger systems. Similarly affected schools are reopening as they're able but Tuesday's planned first day was for many students disrupted. It's not difficult to see why schools have been appealing targets. ransomware operators are attracted to targets during periods of heightened vulnerability and schools attempting to operate either fully remotely or in some hybrid combination of distance and in-person instruction, present criminals and opportunity they depend upon high availability. They have a large number of users and difficult to control attack surface, and as we mentioned above, remote instruction remains an unfamiliar Process Complex and fraught with unfamiliar Challenges Planning and execution.
Labor Day weekend: Georgia colleges, universities urge students to remain on campus due to COVID-19 fears
"Colleges and universities in our state urging students to stay put on campus because of the Corona virus. Here's child to action news reporter Wendy Corona. We've watched students return to their college campuses and with that also watched the number of new covert 19 cases climb, especially in smaller counties are partners at Alvarado based I PC Global. Noticed, too, that in Clark County home to you, G et they were now are are not trending up. 4.7. This is per day over the last 21 days, And even if you just look at the last two weeks, the slope of the line is even much greater new from overnight we're
Vancouver Mourns The Loss Of Its Old Apple Tree
"Vancouver, Washington is mourning the loss of one of its oldest and most beloved residents finally referred to as a matriarch. She was born in 18 26, and is survived by an untold number of descendants. Last week, the city held a virtual memorial to celebrate the life of an apple tree. And as with any good memorial, it began with a love story. Here is Clark County historian Pat Gela Young British soldier was giving a party to say goodbye in London before he departed for the wilderness of Fort Vancouver. And it desert. They had an Apple in his suite Hurt, took the core of the apple and android to him and said, when you reach your home in the wilderness Should you ever think of me plant the seats? The seeds were planted. When the young lieutenant reached the frontier outpost, and over the years the tree flourished. It would have been a pretty, you know, stout, strong tree with a kind of a big bouquet of a canopy and It would've been these, you know, bright green apples. That's Brad Richardson, the executive director of the Clark County Historical Museum. He organized the well attended remembrance of Washington's oldest and most famous apple tree. This tree was the matriarch of the apple industry here in Washington state. Today, the state produces more apples than any other in the country by far But keeping the storied tree alive. The past 194 years wasn't easy, especially as Vancouver grew from the Hudson Bay trading post into a modern metropolis. The apple orchards near the fort were eventually chopped down to make way for quote progress. When the axis came for the last three standing, the community rallied behind it. You see, you know, a freeway and roads and railroads all encircling just this tiny little tree that's left on this kind of postage stamp of land. The old apple tree lived the rest of her life. They're weathering storms and bearing fruit. She lived to a ripe old age and died only after a crack appeared in her trunk. But her descendants live on thanks to the party the city threw for her. Each year. The old Apple Tree Festival would give cutting for people to basically take a little piece of the old apple tree and plant it for themselves. And those cuttings have grown into trees and now bear fruit. The wall gone, she is not for gotten the old Apple tree will continue to live on in the hearts and in the stomachs of the people of Vancouver.
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"The number of Clark County residents returning from mainland China consistent with CDC guidelines these individuals did not have symptoms after receiving a medical screening were allowed to return home and be monitored under a fourteen day itself Warren team the number of people being monitored under these guidelines are subject to change on a daily basis for twenty four year old white supremacist pleaded guilty Monday in Las Vegas the collecting materials and planning to bomb a synagogue or office of the anti defamation league portion of people at a fast food restaurant or a bar catering to LGBT Q. customers Conor clean mode knowledge membership in three division an offshoot of a U. S. based neo **** group he could face between two and three years behind bars at his sentencing may fourteenth the democratic presidential candidates are urging New Hampshire voters to come out in force today to declare their choice in the state's primary not everyone agrees on the significance of today's New Hampshire primary a small state without the diversity of more urban communities put former south bend mayor people Jed says this is a moment for bringing as many people as we can into the picture Bernie Sanders expected to do well in his neighboring state to begin the process to end the presidency of Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden says he's the champion of the middle class blasting president trump for bragging about the economy guess where he got that good economy from Obama Biden administration president trump held a campaign rally in Manchester last night vowing he will win reelection hi Jackie Quinn for members of the Chinese military been charged with hacking into the credit reporting agency Equifax and getting personal information for nearly half of all Americans back in twenty seventeen Attorney General William Barr says China is consistently stealing from the US whether it's technology trade secrets or something else for years we have witnessed China's voracious appetite for the personal data of Americans the hackers are part of the people's Liberation Army an arm of the Chinese military FBI deputy director David Bowditch acknowledges there's little chance of them coming to the US for trial one day these criminals will slip up and when they do we'll be there the hackers got names and birthdates and social security numbers of nearly a hundred and fifty million Americans and driver's licenses of about ten million I'm Julie Walker the Clark County school district board of trustees will no longer pray during their meetings after receiving a complaint letter from a national group focused on the separation of church and state the letter came from the Wisconsin based freedom from religion foundation on December twentieth to object to the unconstitutional prayers at Clark County school.
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"The Clark county school district says a former office specialist has been arrested for opening gross lewdness and inappropriate contact with a student CCS police obtained a warrant for the arrest of fifty one year old Sony Garcia on may tenth of this year. An investigation was initiated. Ed w Clark high school in December of last year. I was placed on indefinite suspension that same month. She resigned in may of this year. She had been working for the district since December twenty fourteen longtime Las Vegas entertainer, way. Newton told a jury he fired a gunshot scare away to burglars that he and his wife and daughter encountered fleeing their home a year ago. She. I. The seventy seven year old singer testified Tuesday that he shot once in the air with a revolver he carries with him as he and his family, returned home from one of his performances. The testimony came during trial for twenty two year old Wesley Martin who prosecutors say, was one of the burglars Martin has pleaded not guilty group of doctors is urging states that have legal recreational marijuana to raise the legal purchasing age twenty five or older. The doctor said, marijuana can have deleterious impact on cognitive development in adolescence pairing executive function processing, speed memory, attention span, and concentration. They say there are numerous studies to back up their claims legal sales of marijuana begin in Nevada in two thousand seventeen the legal age to buy is twenty one President Trump attacks Democrats, the media and others as he kicks off his bid for a second term in office in his campaign kickoff. President Trump demonized Democrats want to destroy you and they want to destroy our country as we know at Trump also called the Muller investigation of bony witch. Hunt. Drummed up by his opponents. The only collusion was committed by the Democrats, the fake news media, and they're up and the people who funded the phony dossier truck it Hillary Clinton and the DNC. Well, it was the official campaign kickoff, Trump officially filed for re election on January twentieth. Twenty seventeen. The day was inaugurated. I'm Tim Maguire. On Wall Street, the Dow starts today. Twenty six thousand four sixty five.
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"New video shows Clark county, deputies forcing a man to appear for a court hearing the department will now determine if this use of force was necessary. And we want to warn you the video, maybe disturbing. David carpenter is accused of stabbing stranger at an Applebee's. The sheriff's office says he refused to voluntarily appear before judge in the video, you could see one deputy stepping on his foot at another restraining his head. This struggle went on for the entire four minute appearance. The sheriff's office deputies involved will submit USA force reports to determine if their actions comply with the department's policies. We now know the man who shot David Ortiz was carrying out, a hit on the former Red Sox, slugger police in the Dominican Republic identified the shooter and said he did not act alone in total. They arrested six people, including the man who drove the shooter on a motorcycle and two other groups of people who were seen on security camera footage talking to those two men before the shooting Ortiz recovery in Boston is wife says he is now able to sit up and take some steps the Auburn food Bank is scrambling to get its computers back up and running after a ransomware attack. The hacker sent a message saying to recover the data the food Bank would need to get a decrypt her and to do that. They need to pay the food Bank is baffled as to why someone would target a business that serves those in need. I don't have that kind of money, even though I don't know what kind of money that is. I'm pretty sure they weren't after just a couple bucks. I can't imagine why anybody would do something like this to somebody who helped so many people volunteers are now. Manually inputting data and files to help the food Bank. The new system will cost about eight thousand dollars experts say to protect your business. The best advice is not to open suspicious emails or download anything from the internet in less. You are sure it is safe going live south lake union. This is one of the neighborhoods where the city of Seattle plans to add hundreds of new parking spots for bikes. Here's what they look like the city is creating the space, next Crosswalks places where cars are not allowed to park within thirty feet. That's helped make sure pedestrians people are clearly visible to drivers five hundred bike parking spaces have been added since the start of the year at another thousand or coming the city hopes. It'll help keep the sidewalks clear of bicycles in the past. We've told you about the dip. Kulti's in hazards of bike clutter for people with disabilities..
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"Clark county in twenty fourteen Jacobs's in critical condition Adams in stable condition. The twenty two year old suspect in yesterday's shooting. At the university of North Carolina in Charlotte makes his first court appearance. Tomorrow being time as ABC's Pete combs reports were learning the names of the victims their unified students, Riley Howell Ellas Parlier who died in a lecture hall on the last day of class. So many scream so many things going on like I don't know how other barely tristen fields who says the suspected shooter twenty two year old tristen Terrell sat silently in class for ten minutes before opening fire field says Terrell never uttered a single word. But as he was led the Charlotte Mecklenburg police headquarters Terrell could be seen smiling and laughing telling reporters he went into a classroom and shots guys. Pete combs AB. ABC news Charlotte for one trainer. Winning Friday's Kentucky. Oaks base eighth. His life. Will Clark has the story from Churchill Downs. Carlos Santamaria is the assistant trainer with Kentucky oaks favourite, Bella pheno, he'd love nothing. More than to leave Churchill Downs on Friday with a garland of lilies, but he'd also liked to leave with something else that could save his life a new kidney. He's in kidney failure in needs. A donor these people they know how. Yeah, I'm trying to be trying to be normal trying to build a stronger. So they always been doing the same thing with me like like like, you know, like normal people and Santamaria says is co workers have been supportive and just being around the horses has been some of the best medicine at Churchill Downs will Clark NewsRadio eight forty W AS. Your next news update at twelve thirty. I'm Paul miles. Newsradio eight forty W H A AS, Kentucky, Anna's, breaking news, weather, and traffic station. Sean.
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"Of measles in Clark county, the total number of confirmed cases now twenty four to people are being tested for the disease. And there are no new exposure locations. Two suspects were arrested in an armed robbery of a Rite Aid pharmacy in Oregon city last night place, a twenty one year old Aston keyboard? Enter the pharmacy armed with a knife jumped the counter, he ordered the employees to get on the ground then stole medication as he was running out of the story. Fretting another employee with a knife. Lisa. Keyboard Nyberg ran, but then came back to the store got into a car driven by nineteen year old Jacob Peterson officers pin that car in and the suspects were arrested both facing robbery charges. Born in police released report from Lieutenant Jeff NIA regarding a violent clash between protest groups in two thousand seventeen may is facing criticism for his text messages with Joey Gibson, the leader of patriot prayer Kate. Jackie Labrecque says the report shows there hundreds of additional text messages where Neo was attempting to communicate with both right and left wing protesters. I'll have warned the patriots if they try and come across the street to Chapman. They will be arrested. He writes to one counter protester to another. He writes, quote, may I come find you and say Hello. I hope you know, my face. But I wanna make sure you know, me. However, I do not wanna make anyone uncomfortable. And the response to him was no. We also report about Gibson wrote about Gibson. And the report saying that in prior protests, hit vise Gibson that protesters with patriot prayer with the aggressors against the anarchists. You can read the full report in the city Portland's website. There were explosive interruptions during a listing session last night between Portland leaders in the community where people voice their concerns of the text messages. Michael job book, John Naski tells KTAR news that he hopes that he was heard I hope it was more than.
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"Clark county are confirming more cases of measles. There are now forty people with the infection at thirteen more suspected cases latest from komo's Carleen Johnson. Children in that group of forty with measles travelled to Hawaii. But health officials say they were not contagious when they flew the goal to prevent the spread of measles is for ninety five percent of people to be vaccinated, herd, immunity or community, immunity, they call it. When enough of the population is vaccinated to protect those who haven't had the shots for medical reasons or because they're too young twelve months old for the first dose. Jocelyn? Smith's eleven month old daughter in Kansas was exposed it's so maddening that it's something that is one hundred percent preventable and is still prevalent for an unvaccinated population. One person with measles will infect ninety percent of the people that come in contact with Washington one of eighteen states that allow parents to opt out of vaccines. For non religious reasons right now, there are three cases of measles confirmed in Atlanta. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. North Dakota's sending an emergency response team to assist in an escalating measles outbreak in the Pacific northwest. The Bismarck Tribune says the North Dakota department of health emergency preparedness and response will deploy a five-member unit to relieve existing members of the Washington state response group the state submitted a request for the specialized team through the emergency management assistance. Compact, Washington, governor jeans lead declared a state of emergency January twenty fifth after the news ninety nine tunnel opens the old battery street tunnel closed forever. The many bell town. Neighbors are fighting to do more with it before it's filled with rubble. Komo's Smet Markevic has more on their ideas. Fencing is now going up around the south.
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"The number of Clark county residents. Infected with measles has risen to thirty. Four confirmed cases nine more suspected cases to and health officials are trying to dispel some of the false information showing up online about that outbreak. Here are the details from komo's Carleen Johnson. The thirty four confirmed cases thirty or people who were not immunized. They're unsure about the other four most of in children under the age of ten one child's been hospitalized. Dr Dino Ramsey in. Battleground says some parents who chose not to get their kids vaccinated have been coming in no immunizations whatsoever and mom brought him in for the measles shot. So there's something about the perception of the disease when it's there that makes moms want to immunize in addition to the Clark county outbreak a man in his fifties was hospitalized with measles in King County. And there's a case in Multnomah county Oregon now. It is highly contagious ninety percent of unvaccinated people exposed to the measles virus come down with the disease virus can survive up to two hours in an airspace where the infected person coughed or sneezed. Carleen johnson. Komo news workers finally getting a paycheck later this week, but between now and then many northwest communities are still trying to help bridge the gap. Amanda, Gibbs husband is in the coast guard and tells us we are still on the shutdown by basically, she's using local food Bank to help stretch what little money they have restaurants, grocery stores and attractions throughout the region are also continuing to offer discounts to federal employees hairstylist and salon owners from across the state showing up in Olympia today to tell lawmakers what they think about a Bill that could affect their businesses. Come. We'll see Romero with a story ninety one hairstylists and owners packed a hearing for the Bill which originally proposed to prohibit salon owners from renting spaces to independent stylists. Bill sponsor Senator Karen Kaiser says she's spoken to dozens of stylists already many were fearful. That my goal was to take away your livelihood. And I want to absolutely say in the strongest possible terms that is not my intent. But nearly all the stylus or owners spoke out against the Bill some tearfully like Courtney Gottesman from Bellingham. Should.
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"A teacher in the Clark county school district was arrested Monday after inappropriate messages between her and a student were discovered. Twenty-seven-year-old brianna Hernandez taught at Henderson's of basic high school she basis to county each of first degree kidnapping lewdness with a minor and learning a minor with a computer for a sexual act was hired by the district in two thousand fifteen a woman accused of using a car to run over and kill a Las Vegas, salon owner after skipping out on a thirty five dollar manicure has waived her extradition from Arizona to Nevada. Twenty one year old crystal Whipple wave for extradition after being arrested last week in Glendale, the raiders have broken ground on their new practice facility and headquarters at Henderson. Here's raiders president. Mark Bodine Sodhi will be the finest in the league three outdoor fields one and a half indoor fields over three hundred thousand square feet, the finest facilities far players and a source of pride in the organization and the community. An anchor tenant for growing area, one ripe for new development, the price tag, well, north of seventy five million dollars. According to gain the new facility will be ready in twenty twenty many southern California areas hit by wildfires in recent months are under evacuation orders as Pacific storms threatened to unleash flows of mud boulders and debris voluntary. And mandatory evacuations were ordered through today. From Santa Barbara County Down to Los Angeles County, hundreds of homes are affected. Sean bolles lives in montecito. I am going to put my sandbags directly probably line by the driveway. And then the side of my house where the mud came through last time. There are concerns that roads might become impassable and strand people in montecito which year ago was inundated by a mudslide that killed twenty three President Trump's nominee for attorney general says he doesn't believe special counsel Robert Muller would be involved in a witch hunt. I believe it is in the best interest of everyone, the president congress and the American people that this matter be resolved. Solved by allowing the special counsel to complete his work the country needs a credible resolution to these issues William bar made the comment today at his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary committee, Trump is repeatedly described the special counsel's investigation as a witch hunt, and is adjusted he is being targeted by the Justice department.
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"Thank of Clark county is an equal housing lender. Right. Member FDIC. Is this? Confess? I did not see the president last night. And his speech. I was tuned to the counter programming of stormy Daniels. Yes, she she folded laundry in her underwear for eight minutes last night as a counter programming at temps. So the president's speech. Nine hundred one and thirty seconds eastern time last night. Over many channels. Oh, I'm being facetious. I'm being dripping lease sarcastic ni-..
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"With the new year, we have some new loan limits, and we've talked about these briefly before, but let's go back into that a little bit. Let's talk to everyone about where the loan limits are right now for for FHA conventional fantasy bay tell me what's going on with that. Well, FHA just announced that they're increasing their low in Clark county, of course, everywhere higher markets have hired limits. But here in Clark county than you limit for FHA has to ninety four or five fifteen which is awesome. And then the conventional is for eighty four three fifty a is pretty much the same VA runs the same as conventional. Okay. Got it. So at four eighty four three fifty. And you let's say you're putting twenty percent down you. Do some quick math. Here you go. You can go up to nearly six hundred thousand nearly quite not quite in terms of purchase for conventional loan. If you just a little extra down, you can go up to six hundred thousand dollars to do a conventional. Oh, no jumbo jumbo as long as it doesn't exceed for eighty four three fifty which is crazy. I know. Yeah. And so you the thing the thing about jumbo loans. There's nothing wrong with a jumbo loan. There's usually a little more expensive. They are a little bit more expensive. There are a little bit more ammunition in credit score criteria that you need to guidelines of such and jumbos even though they are not a bad deal. If you're looking for, you know, if you're looking at a million dollar home, you're getting into jumbo financing. Okay. But yeah, a little bit more tight when it comes to their guidelines. Indeed. And be a while the VA loan limits there you can go well above that. And work out a deal. V8. eight has really good programs for higher higher priced homes as well. They have actually excellent programmer surprised to find out. They can do a much higher price home. Right. And even though the general rule of fatness one hundred percent financing on those higher priced homes. They come in with a little a little down payment as opposed to that standard. Yeah. I think I think he could come in with just like twenty percent of the difference. I think is what it is a different.