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03:42 min | 5 months ago

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"News 1000 FM, 97 7. Good morning. Once again, 9 31. It is currently 61 degrees in downtown Seattle. Our top stories continue from the 24 7 News Center Demonstration involving two groups in Olympia Saturday ended with the shooting and one person injured. It happened Saturday afternoon at fourth and Franklin Streets. Olympia City manager J. Bernie says people in an anti Vax group and another group were pushing and shoving. When somebody pulled a gun. One person was shot in the ankle. Bernie says a Portland based proud boys group was involved along with the group connected to the Antifa movement. The victim was taken to a local hospital to be treated for non life threatening wound to their foot. Hate crimes are up across the US, including in our state commerce, Cole Miller says. New FBI never show what's being reported. Maybe just a fraction of what's really happening. Be it a distrust in law enforcement or language barriers. Many agree the numbers are far higher. King County alone 2020 So the most hate crime charges in any year 60 in all so far this year, the total sits at 30. I think more people are realizing what is a hate crime and knowing that they shouldn't have to put up with that, well, anti Asian crimes skyrocketed Since the start of the pandemic, the FBI reports African Americans were the target of most attacks in our region. Just last week, the King County prosecuting attorney's office says a man walked into a day shelter on Fourth Avenue in Seattle and refused to put on a mask, telling workers quote I'm going to kill all of you, then turning his attention on a black man hurling racial slurs, telling him quote You might see yourself in a box in Seattle. Cole Miller Cuomo. New Seattle Police continue to investigate a string of arsons in Seattle's Ravenna neighborhood that occurred in just a half hour Friday night. Almost no. Haider talked with Valerie Carson with the SPD about how it all happened At this point, the Fire Department Spire Investigation unit has deemed all four of those fires intentionally set. And the arson bomb squad from SPD will be continuing The investigation. Seth begin, has lived in this neighborhood for more than a decade and heard the news from his son. He came in and said that the house had been set on fire and Um Windows have been broken, and he worries this could happen again if wearers behind this isn't found since there were multiple Cases of it doesn't sound like they were targeting one person, So I hope this person gets the help they need before either someone else or they get hurt. That's almost Mohinder. Boeing is delaying deliveries of its 7 87. They're halting deliveries until at least October late October. This comes after the FAA rejected Boeing's proposal for an accelerated approval process. A total of 106 Dreamliners remain and Boeing's inventory worth roughly $25 billion. Millions of Americans who are out of work will lose a critical lifeline. Today is the federal government's unemployment benefits run out almost Suzanne Fong got reaction from people who used that money to stay afloat financially. Jenelle Parrot is a professional massage therapist. She's been out of work caring for her high risk daughter and mother. The single mother has been counting on unemployment benefits since March, 2020. It's everything. It's been everything. Parrot has a pending job offer, but she's worried what's going to happen if she isn't able to find a job, So I've been in the application process, But, um, I have a small savings and that's you know. We'll be back to square zero. Parrot and Andrew say the threat of the Delta variant is real, and it's why people are afraid or unable to return to work. Well, some people have been holding out hope. Administration officials say they're not going to be asking Congress to extend federal unemployment benefits in Seattle. Suzanne Fun common use.

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Seattle School Shooting: 17-Year-Old Critically Wounded, 14-Year-Old in Custody

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01:21 min | 5 months ago

Seattle School Shooting: 17-Year-Old Critically Wounded, 14-Year-Old in Custody

"For his life in the ICU right now another face to judge Friday for the first time. This was after that shootout in front of a key. Caruso, the middle school in South Seattle. Almost Cole Miller on the steps of AKI Karoshi Middle School of violent clash between two teenagers. Seattle police say a 14 year old boy began shooting at a 17 year old. He then fired back. The 17 year old now in critical condition at Harborview, and then we heard the sirens and said, Yeah, those were gunshots. It's just very discouraging. As for the 14 year old, he's been booked for assault and unlawful possession of a firearm going before a judge. Despite the defense, asking, he be released with an electronic home monitoring device to his father. That judge declined the conversation about gun violence in Seattle, picking up yet again. The city seeing a surge and shootings this year. It's a tragedy all the way around. These were both Children. Aaron Goodman is with the South Precinct Advisory Council in the wake of a deadly weekend. Last month, a rash of shootings turned homicides. She says she's heard from the mayor just a handful of times, but I didn't hear a plan of action. I didn't hear these are the next steps, and that's what I'm waiting to hear. Investment in youth programs continues, and so do some calls for more police. But in the short term, she says, more has to be done to prevent something like this from happening again. This was the first week of

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02:04 min | 1 year ago

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"Yet to get inside because of how much damage there is. Tacoma, Cole Miller Co. Moh knew Nicole Miller telling us the building, by the way, is a total loss standoff of police into coma yesterday in a person now on the Pierce County jail. As a result, we just learned that person had a felony warrant out for his arrest. Officers say They were called out to a home when a person said the roommate was threatening to kill them with a knife. Police as well as the negotiation team showed up to try and talk to the person with that knife. But that person did not cooperate. A SWAT team responded, took that person into custody. That person has now been booked into jail for investigation of domestic violence. Assault That's almost seemed McCarron boy. What a head scratcher right now for road crews in California after a section of highway washed out by rains. Actually falling into the Pacific Ocean. This happened near the San Luis Obispo County Line Highway one known for its sweeping views of Rocky cliffs and the ocean and is popular with tourists. Of course. No word yet. On a possible timeline here for repairs. California's governor Gavin Newsom, declared a state of emergency for the county after winter storms caused mud flows and triggered evacuation. Almost Michelle Esteban, come on. Whose time of 6 34. We have traffic. And whether every 10 minutes on the force helping out here with coma news Sunday Curtis Calhoun from the Tube in law Group Traffic Center. Well as mentioned just a reminder eastbound 5 20 between mon, like an 84th avenue closed until five o'clock small morning due to some weekend road work. And that spot looks like earlier stall was found. 5 16, just before military road is mostly been cleared off to the left shoulder was partially taking up the left lane. One point in time, No restriction. There was Snoqualmie pass, and we do have traction tires advised over Stevens. Curtis count on coming traffic. Let's get an update on the weather forecast for the weekend errands on lots of rain around western Washington today, our temperatures upper forties to lower fifties and bring heat. That's no going up in the Cascades now for the lowlands, So we're gonna keep the rain going on Monday and Tuesday,.

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Video shows Tacoma, Washington, officer driving into crowd

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01:16 min | 1 year ago

Video shows Tacoma, Washington, officer driving into crowd

"Of a crowd gathered for a so called Khar sideshow appears to show a Tacoma police officer running over at least one person is the officer tried to escape from the crowd. You all the police are leading the investigation, And they say two people were taken to the hospital with injuries, they say are not life threatening Call most Cole Miller has more Saturday night sideshow in downtown Tacoma. And when a police officer shows up that crowd moving moving in, in, and and the the cop cop backing backing up up a a massive massive police police response response soon soon followed, followed, all all right right through through them them full full force. force. Junior Junior Ruiz Ruiz was was heading heading back back home home when when he he stumbled stumbled upon it. Watching it play out here like a pretty big I want to see like a group of 20 people in a release. Tacoma Police say that officer was fearing for his safety. And while trying to extricate himself from an unsafe position, he drove forward and then called for medical aid, the interim chief saying, quote, I am deeply concerned that our department is experiencing another use of deadly force incident. I send my thoughts to anyone injured have been reaching out to become a police try to get some clarification as to what the interim chief meant in that statement, saying that he's disappointed that there's been another use of deadly force incident will continue to push for those answers. Whole. Miller come on News. The

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02:32 min | 1 year ago

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"Here's combos. Cole Miller in Lynwood at the older would maul those we spoke with, said it was a packed house crazy. Very crazy packed. I mean, You really don't see socialistic for anything. It's super crazy inside way did reach out to the governor's office, hoping to get some kind of a comment about shopping during this pandemic. We did receive a very brief statement his office on Lee, saying that they hope people continue to wear their masks and practice social distancing went out in these kinds of settings almost cold Miller reporting. As part of this latest stimulus package. We expect Congress to pass roughly $280 billion will be made available in loans through the Paycheck protection program. It's going to be a big boost to hotels across the country. Come on. You spoke with the president of the American Hotel and Lodging Association about the impact covert 19 has had on the hotel industry chip Rogers says a new survey shows nearly 70% of Americans will not travel for Christmas and 71% of hotels. Will not last another six months without immediate help. There's a lot of businesses out there that used to pee pee pee the first time just to survive, and then after that money right out, many of them went out of business for those that are just kind of hanging on. Like the folks in the hospitality traveling tourism sector, another round of P P p would be very helpful. While many hotels can tap into the loan program, they will still be faced with liability protection concerns, which were not included in this new relief bill. Frank Lindsay Co. Moh news. The two deadly 7 37 max crashes is leading to major reforms in the way the FAA certifies planes just as regulators around the world begin to re certify the max and commercial flights resume. New federal legislation aims to strengthen the FAA is oversight of a process that has long seen Boeing engineers performed certification testing themselves. As ABC Aviation analyst John Nance put it last year they put on their FAA heads and they become an F A. A member for the purpose of what we're looking at the design, The Seattle Times reports. The new legislation, crafted by U S House and Senate Transportation committees, creates new whistle blower protections and penalizes supervisors for pushing back against employees who raise safety concerns. The report says Congress is expected to pass the legislation as early as today. CORWIN Heiko Mo News News time 12 40 time for an update on sports from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk Bill's words. Talk about the Seahawks and they are in the postseason party again. 20 to 15 win at Washington secure Seattle's eighth playoff.

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"cole miller" Discussed on KOMO

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01:41 min | 1 year ago

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"Been more shoppers Saturday that on that same day Last year, packing the parking lot at older would maul the race to get those last minute holiday gifts speeding up way weren't able to take our camera inside, but to sum up how it looked Just ask around crazy, Very crazy. It's packed. I mean, you really don't see socialistic for anything. It's super crazy inside, and that did not come as much of a surprise to anyone that we spoke with individual started doing pretty much letting said, I'm not going That doesn't make people line up. But people aren't the best that keeping their distance. We all know that the consensus was the mall itself could have been doing a better job of keeping an eye on how many people were coming and going. According to the malls website, the number of shoppers is being monitored in real time. The covert 19 pandemic hasn't gone anywhere. The National Retail Federation estimates that 150 million Americans planned on shopping this Saturday. That's up from 148 million who shopped that same day last year. This comes as health experts are again warning of any travel in an attempt to curb the spread of the virus. Although some worry these crowds aren't going to help that cause that's cool. Most Cole Miller it's crunch time for shoppers with the holidays fast approaching the cove in 19 pandemic continues to throw challenges to businesses hoping to stay open. According to a recent report from the downtown Seattle Association. At least 155 businesses in the city's core have permanently closed and all those that remain open. Nearly one third report revenue losses of 75% or more Salmoneus time is 1.

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01:51 min | 1 year ago

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"The decor. The city's downtown is looking much slower. I know what it looks like, typically around the time and I don't think it's a little quieter than normal, Covert 19 impacting nearly everything and everyone, According to the downtown Seattle Association, at least 155 businesses have closed of those that remain open. Nearly one third report. Revenue losses up to 75%. And while most layoffs are expected to be temporary, the DSS estimates that 25% will be permanent. Let's go. Most Cole Miller reporting used cars depreciate in value as they age, but Cuomo's consumer protection consumer problem solver, I should say, Connie Thompson says. That rule is out the window this year because of the pandemic, she says. If you plan to sell your car, do it now. Here's what's been happening at the start of the pandemic. Some of the automakers shut down for safety reasons and that reduce the supply of new cars at the same time, a lot more people wanted to buy cars because they didn't want to go on mass transit or share cars with other people. At one point earlier this year, the price of used cars was up 16%. Since the pandemic. Ah, lot of our cars have been sitting around collecting dust if you've considered selling yours, this is a good time to make a move because they used car market has been red hot with pandemic dealers are having trouble getting enough used cars in to sell and even the least desirable. Used cars are now selling quickly and for prices higher than they would have separate months ago for the quickest and easiest sale, CR says. Your best bet is to Sell your car to a dealership or a large dealer chain like car mats, but do some homework before you shop it around. First step, find out your car's.

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COVID-19 hospitalizations at record high in Seattle, Washington

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01:14 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19 hospitalizations at record high in Seattle, Washington

"And it seems to be an increase in hospitalizations comes Cole Miller. This time it's the number of hospitalizations due to the virus. 762 people now taking up beds, according to the covert tracking project. I'm very, very worried. About it. Chassie Sour is the CEO of the Washington State Hospital Association in various president State hospitals are beginning to cut back on elective surgeries. We've learned that U W medicine is actively contacting patients to postpone some surgeries, specifically, those that would require a stay of some kind post op over its Swedish. A similar approach is being taken. Just earlier this week, 10 Covert 19 patients were admitted to the First Hill campus in a span of just five hours. Dr. Elizabeth Waco is the chief operating officer. There. We reduced, impatient elective surgeries to allow us to expand our inpatient, urgent and emergent medical beds are teams are tired. They are fatigued, but they are resilient and we will continue to fight Cove it and it's a fight that they cannot wage alone. Your healthcare workers wants you to not get sick and they're so frustrated by people. I feel like people are ignoring the advice and then coming into getting second expecting to be cared for in a high risk situation. More than a million people traveling by

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Celebrations and protests around Seattle after Joe Biden is projected to be next US President

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00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Celebrations and protests around Seattle after Joe Biden is projected to be next US President

"Marched through Seattle last night. It's a much cheerier mood up on Capitol Hill right now, same in West Seattle following the election, But last night, they blocked an on ramp tie five. Almost Cole Miller was in East leg and we asked him if there were any arrests that we know that's different than nights past. 15

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2 arrested during Thursday night protests in Seattle

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00:26 sec | 1 year ago

2 arrested during Thursday night protests in Seattle

"Two arrests last night as protests in Seattle turned violent again. Como's Cole Miller was on Capitol Hill last night We saw those two arrests happened near East Olive and Bellevue police tweeting that those were related to property damage. We didn't drive through that area. We could not see anything significant as we pushed down pine past the East Precinct towards Cale Anderson intent It was a group in the street down there and police following closely about 50 or 60. People in this group almost Cole Miller and the lawyer for a

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Workers rescued from water after Seattle's Pier 58 partially collapses

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02:08 min | 1 year ago

Workers rescued from water after Seattle's Pier 58 partially collapses

"Were hurt. hurt. Yesterday Yesterday when when part part of of Pier Pier 58 58 along along the the downtown downtown Seattle Seattle waterfront waterfront collapsed, collapsed, get get more more from from comas. comas. Cara Cara costing costing the the city city says says seven seven construction construction workers workers were were on on the the pier pier when when it it collapsed. collapsed. On On ly ly to to fell fell a a short short distance distance into into the the water. water. They They were were rescued rescued within within a a few few minutes minutes and and taken taken safely safely to to the the hospital hospital looked looked on on the the street street and and we we could could see see that they were OK when they were getting in the ambulance. And so that was a big relief. So So I I was was pretty pretty shaken shaken up up until until I I do do that that when when they're they're safe, safe, and and one one of of those those workers workers has has been been released released from from Harbor Harbor view, view, the the other other remains remains in in satisfactory satisfactory condition. condition. Now Now I I am am told told that that demolition demolition will will continue. continue. I I am am told told that that there there are are materials materials in in the the water water that that will will need need to to be be pulled pulled out out a a CZ CZ well. well. I I do do want want to to add add that that there there is is no no damage damage done done to to the the aquarium or minor slanty. Seattle's waterfront park was built in, 1974 said for a complete overhaul in 2022. We get more from co most Cole Miller for more than four decades, Pier 58 has been an attraction for those who call Seattle home and for those just paying a visit. When it was shut down in August due to possible shifting and failure, a plan to replace it was already in the works. We have been carefully structures, wave action. King tides the saltwater and they deteriorate very quickly once the pieces are picked up, backto work on that pre planned replacement. An investigation

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Street racing on the rise in Seattle

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01:01 min | 1 year ago

Street racing on the rise in Seattle

"Sideshow stunts of both cars, motorcycles right in the middle of our freeways in area roads, trooper say a disturbing trend. It's on their wise because of the pandemic. Almost Cole Miller, saying he actually had an example of watching such an event right outside our window here, a coma Plaza we've seen in a number of times large groups of drivers gathering outside of the space needle and then sometimes shutting down the street there to do donuts there at Broad and John And out on the open road we have seen. Sometimes these blistering speeds have deadly consequences drifting dangerously close toe onlookers. It's happened more than once this summer, and by the time police show up, people scatter, and those drivers take off. Ah, swarm of more than 100 motorcycles motorcycles shut shut down down the the valet valet loop. loop. Popping Popping wheelies wheelies and and revving revving their their engines. engines. It's It's not not clear clear if if it's it's related related at at all. all. State State troopers troopers investigated investigated a a fatal fatal crash, crash, a a motorcycle motorcycle found on the side of I five near Linwood, the writer 200 Yards away. That's almost Cole Miller and other

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Parties around WSU’s Greek Row linked to ‘substantial increase’ in COVID-19 cases

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01:07 min | 1 year ago

Parties around WSU’s Greek Row linked to ‘substantial increase’ in COVID-19 cases

"In Washington State University officials warning of a substantial increase in the number of covert 19 cases among students. The Whitman County health profit reporting 30 new cases. But it's not clear how many are tied to the campus go most. Cole Miller was student reaction ahead of virtual classes starting at Washington State University Monday. Officials there are now working to contain a covert 19 outbreak, with at least one case tied to either a fraternity or sorority. I do know a lot of the Greek houses. They're trying to take it as seriously as possible, but College kids are college kids. Unfortunately, Mary get there is a junior involved with Greek life there, she says. Some houses are taking this more seriously than others. He's set up a rule lead outs aren't allowed to go to the house. But the girls who are living in have to stay quarantined for two weeks. Some staff at the Pullman campus are now being trained in contact tracing. The university, releasing a statement that region part quote students who failed to follow state mandates, whether on or off campus not only risk potential law enforcement action but can face disciplinary hearings under W S use Community standards

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WSU sends alert of substantial increase in COVID-19 cases in young adults

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00:34 sec | 1 year ago

WSU sends alert of substantial increase in COVID-19 cases in young adults

"A substantial increase in the number of covert 19 cases. About Washington State University students the county Health Department. They're reporting 30 new cases, though it's unclear how many are tied to the campus comes Cole Miller, with student reaction, a university releasing a statement that reads in part, quote students who fail to follow state mandates, whether on or off campus not only risk potential law enforcement action But can face disciplinary hearings under W S use Community standards process. Earlier this summer, an outbreak along the University of Washington's Greek row infected more than 160 People

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Rally planned to show support for Seattle police

IRG Health Talk

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Rally planned to show support for Seattle police

"Defend defend many many planning planning to to voice voice their their support support Today Today at at two two different different rallies rallies before before tomorrow's tomorrow's City City Council Council vote vote for for the the future future of of the the Seattle Seattle Police Police Department, Department, the the Seattle Seattle Police Police Officers Officers Guild Guild holding a rally President of that guild, speaking with Cuomo news just late last month. This is serious. This is about public safety issues that right now. We have a fringe majority of the Seattle City Council that are being run by unreasonable activist. That's Mike Solan. He says. The quote ignored majority is against such a plan and those who want to see it go through, like Marc Anthony. They also planned to be downtown. What we're going down there to express to them is that way, See this system of law enforcement that America has relied on for hundreds of years? As a racist problem. That's almost Cole Miller, now at 10 a.m. Tomorrow to select Budget Committee will Mito either hold or approve the final ordinance. If it's approved, the ordnance will then be presented to the full Council at about 2 p.m. potential final vote could happen later in the afternoon. Of course, coma news will be

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Rally planned to show support for Seattle police

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01:04 min | 1 year ago

Rally planned to show support for Seattle police

"Defend defend many many many many planning planning planning planning to to voice voice to to their their voice voice support support their their support support Today Today at at Today Today two two different different at at two two rallies rallies different different rallies rallies before before tomorrow's tomorrow's before before tomorrow's tomorrow's City City Council Council City City Council Council vote vote vote vote for for the the future future for for the the future future of of the the Seattle Seattle of of the the Seattle Seattle Police Police Police Police Department, Department, Department, Department, the the Seattle Seattle the the Seattle Seattle Police Police Police Police Officers Officers Officers Officers Guild Guild holding Guild Guild holding a rally a rally President President of that of guild, that guild, speaking speaking with Cuomo with Cuomo news news just just late last late last month. month. This is This serious. is serious. This is This about is public about public safety safety issues issues that right that right now. now. We have a We fringe have a fringe majority majority of the Seattle of the Seattle City Council City Council that are being that are being run run by unreasonable by unreasonable activist. activist. That's That's Mike Mike Solan. Solan. He says. He says. The quote The quote ignored ignored majority majority is against is against such a such plan a plan and those and who those want who want to see to it see go it through, go through, like Marc like Marc Anthony. Anthony. They also They also planned planned to be to downtown. be downtown. What we're What we're going down going there down to there express to express to them to is them that is way, that way, See this See this system system of law of enforcement law enforcement that America that America has relied has relied on for on hundreds for hundreds of years? of years? As a As a racist racist problem. problem. That's almost That's Cole almost Miller, Cole Miller, now at 10 now a.m. at 10 Tomorrow a.m. Tomorrow to select to select Budget Committee Budget Committee will Mito will Mito either hold either hold or approve or approve the final the final ordinance. ordinance. If it's If approved, it's approved, the ordnance the ordnance will then will be presented then be presented to the full to Council the full Council at about at 2 about p.m. 2 p.m. potential potential final final vote vote could happen could happen later in later the afternoon. in the afternoon. Of course, Of coma course, news coma will be news will be watching closely all day tomorrow in the fight against Cove

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01:54 min | 1 year ago

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"Cole Miller. Seattle Police did not used to your gas over the weekend protests, but they did use blast balls and pepper spray. The less than lethal tools were put back on the table by a judge who issued a temporary restraining order against the City Council's decision to ban the methods of crowd control for two weeks. That means SPD as more crowd control options. Businesses and residents on Seattle's Capitol Hill had a big mess to clean up on Sunday after Saturday's protests, small glass shards or what's left of windows of a Starbucks on 12th Avenue. It's one of the places now boarded up after protesters damaged its exterior roughly 24 hours earlier. Several spots along the street felt the brunt end of frustrated protestors demonstrating against police brutality on the reported presence of federal agents. Ah, a little further down 12 fire crews were boarding up in watering down what was left of construction trailers, which was set on fire Saturday afternoon, igniting much of the destruction that took place. Cuomo's Nick Papa. And it doesn't seem that long since we've reported on it, but it's now been nearly a month since officials closed the Capitol Hill occupy protests Owner Chop Zone On July 1st crews moved in and clear people from the area following a string of violence in and near the zone zone formed after Seattle police evacuated the East Precinct on June 8th. And it seems to be a fairly recent development protesters and counter protesters who used to wave signs and batters are increasingly carrying weapons. ABC is Jim Ryan is in Texas, where demonstration left a man dead over the weekend at a black lives matter rally three blocks from the Texas Capitol protester Garrett Foster is thought to have been carrying an assault rifle. A motorist who also had a gun tells police that Foster and others surrounded his car. His account is that Mr Foster pointed the weapon directly at him. And he fired his handgun at Mr.

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Durkan pleads for calm as federal agents poised near Seattle

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01:00 min | 1 year ago

Durkan pleads for calm as federal agents poised near Seattle

"Mayor and police chief for pleading with protesters to keep it peaceful this afternoon. Worrying any violence could trigger federal action. Cuomo's Cole Miller reports. We do know that there are quote a limited number of federal agents in town and that they're on standby to protect federal buildings like the U. S courthouse near the West Precinct, the mayor says, if it and others were to be targeted. It would only serve his fodder for the president to send in even Mohr, surrounded by those reinforced concrete blocks the West Precinct ahead of what could be an unpredictable weekend. I will pretty much stay at home, and those who live nearby are taking notice. I don't really feel too much safe after groups smashed windows and even tried starting fires and businesses twice this past week and the potential for more tomorrow. Mayor Jenny Durkin. With this plea, I'm urging everyone in Seattle stand together to denounce that kind of activity. Let's go. Almost. Camilla reporting a stabbing in Portland

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Federal agents on standby in Seattle ahead of planned weekend protests

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Federal agents on standby in Seattle ahead of planned weekend protests

"Protesters in Seattle say they plan to join a nationwide demonstration tomorrow to stand with Portland against what they call a federal invasion. Expect myself getting whacked on him like I Wass that was jefe Paul, who made the trip down there last weekend from Seattle, says he stepped in when federal officers began pushing a woman and now he's suing President Trump and the Department of Homeland Security. It's comas, Cole Miller.

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01:38 min | 1 year ago

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"In the deadly shooting and stabbing at a celebration inside of Belleview high rise Saturday night. Two men died. Two others were hurt. Police say a relative of the woman hosting the party stabbed three people, people, and and then then he he was was then then shot shot and and killed. killed. Almost Almost call call Miller Miller with with the the latest. latest. We We are are getting getting a a better better idea idea as as to to what what happened happened who who was was all all involved. involved. The The big big question question remains. remains. Why did this happen? And what sparked this violent domestic feud as detectives work to sort all of that out? We're hearing from people who live here, and they want answers from management as to why in the middle of this pandemic, this gathering was allowed to take place. Saturday night, Police swarmed this downtown Bellevue apartment building the elements. It's where two people were killed and two more were injured in a stabbing and shooting. We've learned that a 22 year old woman who lives in this complex threw a party of some kind, inviting a 41 year old man who she was related to And two others a 21 year old man and a 24 year old man. At some point, a domestic disturbance broke out the 41 year old Male relative relative stabbed stabbed three three people, people, including including his his 22 22 year year old old female female role role to to police police chief chief Steve Steve My. My. Let's Let's says says the the 21 21 year year old old man man died died from multiple stab wounds. 24 year old man was stabbed in the neck, and then he pulled out a handgun. He drew his firearm and fired at the 41 year old male. Killing him, and that woman was also stabbed. She was was later later released released from from nearby nearby Overlake Overlake Hospital. Hospital. So So what's what's the the motive motive behind behind all all of of this? this? We We have have not not been been able able to to determine determine the the motive. motive. That's That's coma coma was was Cole Cole Miller Miller reporting reporting straight straight ahead.

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Violence that killed two in Bellevue, near Seattle, began with domestic dispute, police say

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Violence that killed two in Bellevue, near Seattle, began with domestic dispute, police say

"In the deadly shooting and stabbing at a celebration inside of Belleview high rise Saturday night. Two men died. Two others were hurt. Police say a relative of the woman hosting the party stabbed three people, people, and and then then he he was was then then shot shot and and killed. killed. Almost Almost call call Miller Miller with with the the latest. latest. We We are are getting getting a a better better idea idea as as to to what what happened happened who who was was all all involved. involved. The The big big question question remains. remains. Why did this happen? And what sparked this violent domestic feud as detectives work to sort all of that out? We're hearing from people who live here, and they want answers from management as to why in the middle of this pandemic, this gathering was allowed to take place. Saturday night, Police swarmed this downtown Bellevue apartment building the elements. It's where two people were killed and two more were injured in a stabbing and shooting. We've learned that a 22 year old woman who lives in this complex threw a party of some kind, inviting a 41 year old man who she was related to And two others a 21 year old man and a 24 year old man. At some point, a domestic disturbance broke out the 41 year old Male relative relative stabbed stabbed three three people, people, including including his his 22 22 year year old old female female role role to to police police chief chief Steve Steve My. My. Let's Let's says says the the 21 21 year year old old man man died died from multiple stab wounds. 24 year old man was stabbed in the neck, and then he pulled out a handgun. He drew his firearm and fired at the 41 year old male. Killing him, and that woman was also stabbed. She was was later later released released from from nearby nearby Overlake Overlake Hospital. Hospital. So So what's what's the the motive motive behind behind all all of of this? this? We We have have not not been been able able to to determine determine the the motive. motive. That's That's coma coma was was Cole Cole Miller Miller reporting reporting straight straight ahead.

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

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"New developments in that deadly shooting and stabbing at a celebration inside a Bellevue high rise last night. Two men died and two others were hurt. Police say a relative of the the woman woman hosting hosting the the party party stabbed stabbed three three people people and and he he was was then then shot shot and and killed. killed. Comas Comas call call Miller Miller has has the the latest. latest. We We are are getting getting a a better better idea idea as as to to what what happened happened who who was was all all involved. involved. The The big big question question remains. remains. Why Why did did this this happen? happen? And And what what sparked sparked this this violent violent domestic domestic feud feud as as detectives detectives work work to to sort sort all all of of that that out? out? We're We're hearing hearing from from people people who who live live here, here, and and they they want want answers from management as to why in the middle of this pandemic, this gathering was allowed to take place. Saturday night, Police swarmed this downtown Bellevue apartment building the elements. It's where two people were killed and two more were injured in a stabbing and shooting. Today we've learned that a 22 year old woman who lives in this complex threw a party of some kind, inviting a 41 year old man who she was related to And two others a a 21 21 year year old old man man and and a a 24 24 year year old old man. man. At At some some point, point, a a domestic domestic disturbance disturbance broke broke out out the the 41 41 year year old old Male Male relative relative stabbed stabbed three three people. people. Including Including his his 22 22 year year old old female female role role of of police police chief chief Steve Steve My. My. Let's Let's says says the the 21 21 year old man died from multiple stab wounds. 24 year old man was stabbed in the neck, and then he pulled out a handgun. He drew his firearm and fired at the 41 year old male, killing him. And that woman was also stabbed. She was later released from nearby Overlake Hospital. So So what's what's the the motive motive behind behind all all of of this? this? We We have have not not been been able able to to determine determine the the motive. motive. Let's Let's go. go. Most. Most. Cole Cole Miller Miller reporting reporting

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2 dead, 2 hurt in shooting and stabbing in downtown Bellevue, Seattle

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

2 dead, 2 hurt in shooting and stabbing in downtown Bellevue, Seattle

"New developments in that deadly shooting and stabbing at a celebration inside a Bellevue high rise last night. Two men died and two others were hurt. Police say a relative of the the woman woman hosting hosting the the party party stabbed stabbed three three people people and and he he was was then then shot shot and and killed. killed. Comas Comas call call Miller Miller has has the the latest. latest. We We are are getting getting a a better better idea idea as as to to what what happened happened who who was was all all involved. involved. The The big big question question remains. remains. Why Why did did this this happen? happen? And And what what sparked sparked this this violent violent domestic domestic feud feud as as detectives detectives work work to to sort sort all all of of that that out? out? We're We're hearing hearing from from people people who who live live here, here, and and they they want want answers from management as to why in the middle of this pandemic, this gathering was allowed to take place. Saturday night, Police swarmed this downtown Bellevue apartment building the elements. It's where two people were killed and two more were injured in a stabbing and shooting. Today we've learned that a 22 year old woman who lives in this complex threw a party of some kind, inviting a 41 year old man who she was related to And two others a a 21 21 year year old old man man and and a a 24 24 year year old old man. man. At At some some point, point, a a domestic domestic disturbance disturbance broke broke out out the the 41 41 year year old old Male Male relative relative stabbed stabbed three three people. people. Including Including his his 22 22 year year old old female female role role of of police police chief chief Steve Steve My. My. Let's Let's says says the the 21 21 year old man died from multiple stab wounds. 24 year old man was stabbed in the neck, and then he pulled out a handgun. He drew his firearm and fired at the 41 year old male, killing him. And that woman was also stabbed. She was later released from nearby Overlake Hospital. So So what's what's the the motive motive behind behind all all of of this? this? We We have have not not been been able able to to determine determine the the motive. motive. Let's Let's go. go. Most. Most. Cole Cole Miller Miller reporting reporting

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2 dead, 2 injured in stabbings, shooting in Bellevue, near Seattle

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00:34 sec | 1 year ago

2 dead, 2 injured in stabbings, shooting in Bellevue, near Seattle

"An apartment complex in Bellevue. Two people dead to more hurt Cuomo's Cole Miller reports Now from Bellevue. We do know that this crime scene stretches from the third floor all the way down to the first floor lobby. And the police chief did say this. Everyone knew each other. It was just after 7 30 or so. In Bellevue Police first started taking calls for shots fired and a stabbing at the elements. That's the name of this building downtown near 100 11th Avenue, northeast and 10th Street. Northeast Way Know that two men are dead like you mentioned. One was shot the other stabbed. Ah, Third man was taken to harbor view in critical condition. The movement to defund

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Seattle PD chief lays out what 50% budget cut would mean for police force

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01:19 min | 1 year ago

Seattle PD chief lays out what 50% budget cut would mean for police force

"Carmen Best is warning of severe cuts. If the city slashes the Police Department's budget in half. Last night, she laid out what de funding would actually look like comas. Cole Miller is more with a national focus on police reform sweeping the country. The city of Seattle is gaining widespread attention after Or a majority of City Council members say they support funding SPD by 50%. It is undoubtedly a polarizing debate chief Carmen Best releasing this video message Friday. To be honest with you. No matter which way things go. There will be further cuts not only to SPD but citywide. And she also sent this letter to Mayor Johnny Durkin, highlighting what she says What happened, Southwest Precinct would have to shut its doors and overall, the department would be forced to terminate or transfer roughly 1100 employees, leaving just 630 deployable sworn members. Homicide and violent crimes team would be thinned down to less than 25 people and with sexual assault cases less than 10 detectives dedicated to those investigations. Other specialty units such as auto theft, burglary, domestic violence, narcotics and vice chief Best says she sees no way to maintain them. The harbor unit Traffic unit and SWAT team would be done away with almost

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Seattle city leaders throw support behind defunding SPD by 50%

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03:25 min | 1 year ago

Seattle city leaders throw support behind defunding SPD by 50%

"Council members pledging to defund and dismantle the Seattle police Department, as we currently know it. Almost met Markovich is following this story. The chance to be fun may become a reality. During a virtual news conference, four members of the City Council join activists and pledged to cut and rebuild SPD from the ground up. It is the institution of policing itself that must be does nettle. Three other council members later made the pledges well to follow for guiding principles proposed by the group's holding the conference. Replace current 9 11 operations with civilian controlled system scale up community led solutions. Funda community created roadmap to life without policing and invest in housing. For all the proposal is outlined by decriminalized Seattle and King County Deputy now is the North Star to our moral compass. The deputy mayor has now sent an email to the council warning that a 50% budget cut of SPD Would leave the department with zero budget remaining for 2020 and would require the city to abolish the department and a $100 million reduction or 25% of SPD is budget would mean immediate layoffs of up to 1000 personnel leaving chief Best and the Seattle Police Department unable to conduct basic functions. Come on Matt Markovich reporting. Seven of the nine members of the council say they would support up to a 50% cut of the budget. At that support holds the City Council could override of meat a veto from marriage any Dirk and says she does not support that large of a cut. Almost call Miller reports from Seattle Police headquarters with comment from chief Best and the chief saying that the people of Seattle should not have to go through this experiment and to see what happens if the budget or to be slashed in half. Now, that said, She does expect as he cuts to something agreed, but said she will keep fighting for her officers. Chief Best said that as communities around the country, figure out howto better police and keep people safe at this move would be detrimental and 50% cut. She had strong words about what it could mean. I will fiercely advocate that we focus on realistic, rational and responsible solutions, not political gestures or pandering, a political posturing. I do not believe we should ask the people of Seattle to test out a theory that crime goes away. If police go away that is completely reckless. That's almost Cole Miller reporting, Deputy Mayor Mike Fong sent a letter to the City Council stating quote it would be irresponsible to make immediate cuts without any conceivable mechanism to stand up alternative models to achieve community's safety. Dividing police are rather de funding. Police by 50 cent would change things in Seattle considerably. Comas Jonathan Joe takes a closer look. It's a huge gamble, first of her roof O with the Discovery Institute Center on wealth and Poverty. I think what you'd see is that wealthy neighborhoods would hire private security and the poor neighborhoods would unfortunately be left to fend for themselves. And rueful says it would be a win for criminals because fewer officers would be on the streets. I think you're going to get more chaos, more violence, more destruction, and you're gonna have a Liminal class criminal element that is able to operate with impunity. David Lewis is one of several protest organizer is pushing ahead by funding, education, community and health and housing were funding programs that statistically will drop crime rates inherent and at the very least, he says, Now is the time to try. This's a civil rights revolution. This is a civil rights movement. That's almost Jonathan Show

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03:15 min | 1 year ago

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"City de fund the Seattle police department Kamel's Cole Miller says they want other changes to components says it comes down to training and making sure officers get more of it and learn how to de escalate rather than inflame I think that there needs to be a drastic change and the qualifications to be a police officer they're supposed to be keeping the same and I lives on the line and I think people are tired of that it was the police chief announcing a new policy when it comes to those mourning badges and being able to ID those in uniform mode and says it's a step in the right direction when officers are accountable for their actions and know that people know who they are it kind of removes the mask that people can hide behind a behind this line some hope those on the other side hear their message you're really empathetic but they have a job you have to understand I'm trying to understand that as well some users are going to be this call was Cole Miller reporting a Spokane family visiting forks was trapped at the campground after they were asked if they were part of a protest group the disturbing news coming out of the peninsula Daily News with a report on Wednesday they'd stopped for supplies and then were confronted by several carloads of people some armed with guns they were repeatedly asked if they were antifa protesters after explaining no they were just on a camping trip there a multiracial family and they went to a local campground for fun when they decided to leave later that day they saw cut downed trees were blocking the road out of the campground thankfully some high school students helped clear the road for them the Clallam county sheriff's office escorted the family out of the area Monroe school board member Jerry Martin has resigned under pressure over a controversial video involving his daughter the most current cost in its explains an online petition with more than six thousand signatures called for Martin to step down after his teenage daughter posted a video on social media using a racial slur and defending the use of the work another video showed angry students confronting Martin's daughter according to the Everett Herald Martin posted this statement on his Facebook page the pain and suffering that my family has indoor over the past few days does not compare to what others have dealt with for years I am determined that I need to get better educated and involved regarding inequalities in our district to become a better community member superintendent Dr Justin Blasko posted on the district's website that they want to publicly express condemnation of the incident Costin H. come on it's a new message from the governor's office if you think you're sick get tested Kamel's Brian Calvert has more it's a dramatic change from the days when test kits were in short supply previously the medical advice has been if a person has symptoms to simply stay home now Inslee says they received two thirds of the promise testing kits from Washington DC he want you tested even if you're just a little sick Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan by working together we will increase testing by up to sixteen hundred Casper day in the city of Seattle to be able to accomplish that with the help of two brand new drive through testing sites open to the public no doctor referral needed the new testing centers are at former emission testing stations in Soto and on north Aurora increasing testing both say will.

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

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"Now facing a new fear the threat of that virus spreading saying some homeless people are hopping on metro buses at not getting all the time now is becoming an issue lack of social distancing and a lot of people on the bus that don't seem to be on their first initial travel there are at least eighty seven cases of Kobe nineteen among those who are homeless in king county when it comes to enforcing those writers off of the bus metro says it's up to the driver to call the supervisor or transit police during the outbreak security officers have now been posted at some terminals to keep an eye out justice must risk if not more yeah that's cool most Cole Miller reporting now here's your call much rustic still working on the closure of the west Seattle bridge again used to close of course it due to cracks found in that the structure during a recent inspection of the highrise meanwhile restrictions continue on the lower level Spokane street bridge is restricted only to freight vehicles emergency vehicles and buses for the time being mean while working a crash in Marysville this on Smokey point Boulevard just south of one hundred and fifty sixth street and we have tropical today zero two or three just south of still water hill road this is due to a damaged roadway there our next report is a six forty five AM and Smith couple traffic if your call multi Carew forecast mainly cloudy skies in the forecast overnight with temperatures relatively moderate will be dipping into the mid to.

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Road and looking to get out what happened here almost Cole Miller reporting dryer lint is apparently what caused the fire that ripped through a town house in north Seattle overnight happen near one forty third in Midvale Seattle fire department says heat from the dryer actually ignited the lint which cost about a hundred ninety thousand dollars in damage and a seventy nine year old man and a fifty nine year old woman died in a fire in east Olympia yesterday Thurston county sheriff's office says the two are related but didn't release their identities the fire broke out at around eight thirty in a mobile home on eighty Third Avenue southeast firefighters were able to pull their bodies one out of the building while they were working to contain the fire twelve thirty four on our couple traffickers marina rocking chair if you happen to be heading to the area of grand mound southbound I. five near highway twelve exit number eighty eight there's a stalled semi blocking the center lane of the exit from south on I five to highway twelve around here we look pretty good of lines are very very light and no collisions or blocking problems reported this to get traffic brought to you by little creek casino resort it's the one hundred thousand dollar punch out hourly drawings every Thursday from one PM to ten PM for your chance to win up to a hundred thousand dollars little creek casino resort live a little your next couple traffic at twelve forty four are como eagle river forecast from meteorologist Kristyn Clarke we get to enjoy the driest stretch of weather since late November we sure do deserve it mostly sunny out there this afternoon expected dry evening commute we'll see more cloud cover tomorrow on Tuesday with a few isolated showers impacting the northwest interior otherwise remaining dry for most areas through midweek best potential for rain that comes.

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01:57 min | 2 years ago

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"On the passes we have trashed her still advice to on at Stevens pass as well as Blu pass no restrictions and still call me or white passes for next couple traffic is the three fourteen there is on checks of forecast for gonna keep it a bit more typical around here the stormy weather is mostly behind us we'll keep it mostly cloudy today showers at times it will be a bit breezy out there temperatures upper forties to lower fifty smiled again tomorrow on the holiday can alter Tuesday Wednesday keeping in the fifties for highs snow levels going up on Sunday to around five thousand feet in the come with us and turns on companies cloudy skies currently fifty degrees in Seattle stay connected stay informed como Sunday good afternoon it is three oh five I'm killing blow with the top local stories from the como twenty four seven news center northwest woman has died in the mountains of Colorado com was more Christopher reports authorities say a Seattle woman killed in an ice climbing accident in southwest Colorado the Denver post reports forty four year old vinyl a little was with a guide on the dungeon ice climbing route on Saturday morning when a chunk of ice broke off from a ledge above her in triggered an avalanche she was caught in the slide in was swept to a nearby river array county's emergency managers as little was climbing with three others none of whom was injured she stepped off to the side of the client to take pictures when the avalanche was triggered mark Christopher come on here investigators found a fifty two year old man earlier today dead in the street next to a parked car in the Rainier valley just after or just before one AM a person stopped an officer on patrol last night and told him about a possible intoxicated driver passed on south willow street Seattle fire medics responded to the scene and found the victim dead homicide and crime scene detectives have begun their investigation and are asking the public with any information to call them twenty year old James Richardson was driving on five oh nine yourself park late last month when someone opened fire leaving him dead behind the wheel the group moms demand action held a vigil last night in Rainier beach call most Cole Miller was there long.

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Scene of Saturday small plane crash in Lafayette Louisiana that killed five of the six people on board you are listening to ABC news stay informed como Sunday I know too in Seattle I'm are Christopher now top local stories in the call twenty four seven news center a woman's car rammed by a driver police say was on the run last night quite a scene a meridian Avenue hello all ended almost Cole Miller little banged up best Palos is thankfully doing fine after the guy behind the wheel slammed into work police say officers tried pulling over suspecting he was under the influence before stopping here on meridian Avenue north we're told he hit at least one other car we basically heard about eight cop cars go by all at once you know it's a lot of commotion on the street you're almost lived a few houses up from where that Honda crashed the driver tried running away after all of this but that run from police did not last long as he was later taken into custody at this time police haven't said what kind of charges driver might be facing we're gonna be facing a busy time later on today is the twelves head to the century link field area to watch in what is probably gonna be one the most watched NFL games regular season that'll be the Seahawks hosting San Francisco you can expect a twelve goal while Missy Marshall much coming out of a tunnel he is here and so called unfinished business in Seattle he's talked about it this week he wants everybody to know he's here to help get it done last night Marchand's mom celebrated her son's return to Seattle with twelve she had the a bit of a birthday party to listen Lynch.

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Sand space harboring New Mexico also marks the first landing of an American made capsule meant to carry astronauts on land instead of in the water after more than forty eight hours straight of rain some areas still cleaning up after the flooding snow calmly river spilling its banks and over the roadway meanwhile some of the roads we saw floated off highway two oh two of dried up almost Cole Miller has more it really wasn't too bad no one guy living out that way he tells me that with the weather app that he has on his phone now it's easier to get a better idea of what's coming down river and how bad that flooding could potentially be the selfie with what happened yesterday that water came up to his garage which he says in all honesty really isn't much of anything he says back in oh nine and water was three feet higher than was inside of his home yeah the rain has stopped and people I think are pretty happy to see that out this way Cole Miller motives there may be some car tab relief coming soon regardless of how the lawsuit over the thirty dollar car tabs measure plays out Tim Eyman sponsored I nine seventy six to bring down the cost of renewing car tabs which went up dramatically after the passage of sound transit three sound transit light to the voters in twenty sixteen folks got their bills in the eighty dollar promise of higher card camps were three hundred five hundred eight hundred dollars and the election was a very clear message the message might have gotten through the board voted to ask lawmakers for new car tab tax calculations that reflect the current market.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Monkeys whereabouts Cole Miller motives public health officials say a person from king county has become sick after eating lettuce infected with equal life from Salinas California the person became ill on Friday after eating leafy greens purchased in king county that let us was genetically linked to the national outbreak involving romaine lettuce from silliness the U. S. centers for disease control recommends avoiding let us from this region right now public health officials are investigating additional local residents who may be linked to this outbreak U. S. Geological officials are not concerned about a tsunami threat following a magnitude six point four earthquake in Alaska last night quake happened along a chain of islands in southwest Alaska next Saturday is the one year anniversary of a seven point oh magnitude quake in Alaska that cause major damage and brought more than a thousand aftershocks no one was killed in that quake the US navy says six sailors at naval base kids at Bangor have been punished for drug offenses navy officials say they were tipped off by routine drug tests the results revealed now that the three officers were court martialed and pleaded guilty to drug charges three others were punished by their commanding officers the navy has a zero tolerance policy for drug use to suburban Seattle Dennis will serve seven days in prison for failing to pay nearly half a million dollars in income taxes Christian chant of rented and Mike side of Kent to used to own comfort family dentistry were convicted of trying to hide their income from the IRS to avoid paying what they owed in taxes they will each pay a five thousand dollar fine and more than two.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

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"Making that call as he left and started up the sidewalk there was some kind of a confrontation with officers as sergeant fired his taser twice seconds later that man collapsed ever police immediately requested a unit and started for many it on the suspects before he was rushed to the hospital we're told that to firearms were found on him we don't know if he reached for either one let's go most Cole Miller the suspect is in critical condition if you need to catch a ride share in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighbor hood things are gonna work a little differently before long couples Denise wicker reports when someone calls up a ride share of course confirming it on their smartphone they're going to get a map on their phone that's going to direct them to one of these hours and they're all really easy to see because they're all marked with orange signs and of course are telling you exactly what to do catch your ride here the new zone is from the north end of calendars and park the south end on east union St this new zone and the new in the apple app for riders will be in effect Thursday through Saturday nights from midnight until three AM did you write your pick up zone is just the latest one in Seattle too the city is also testing designated dry shared zones in the south lake union neighborhood and all of this being done in conjunction with a U. W. study that shows the zones may drop offs go faster and easier this study found higher driver compliance as well in not stopping in a lane of traffic plus if found greater rider satisfaction this is going to monitor in.

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

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"Drivers passing by which is showing love for our neighbors and people out enjoying their day a simple message on display in the heart of Columbia city racism and bigotry is not the norm. nor will it ever be the apostle has had to face both so to have his neighbors really shocking and sold this is what our responses he's talking about that black lives matter signed and flyer found posted to it just a few weeks ago it's both graphic and riddled with racial slurs it was found on south huts in your forty third a dead end street so it. a target at it as a cross now says her white the person of color was the first to find it and it was in their yard she was crying. was just incredibly override the fact. somebody's taking time out of their day to spread hate is just an incredible violation to humanity still to combat that hate these words of love and unity. Schering those positive messages hoping others will not only see them but leave them the more people that come out. each other of our common humanity. the more chance we have to design a more beautiful life and a more beer for Cole Miller Cologne news the impeachment inquiry continues to move forward in Washington with emotions running high on both sides the White House is pushing back against a rush to judgment regarding the president's phone call.

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