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"comeau news" Discussed on KOMO
"With Tammy Michaels on Comeau News. I am Tammy Michaels and our phone lines are as predicted jammed. So we want to. I'm going to try my best to get through all of your phone calls, and I'm excited to talk to you. Let's go to Randall. He has a question about Pergo floors. Welcome, Randall. How can I help you? Hi, Tammy. You love your show and listen for a long time. Thank you. I do all my projects around the house myself. I love doing that stuff. I recently laid flooring, gurgle style flooring, not actually the approval brands. And it turned out great. But I do have one little section where the gap did not get close all the way. I mean, you're talking like 1/16 of an inch, but you can see the light coming through. Is there something that can use to fill that in so that it's not distracting to the eye when you look at it? Yes. Um, you can, and that would be I'm going to I'm going to send you to people that this is all they do. And it is called Master wholesale. Um and there in Seattle. Um you name it, You can find it. It's like an inside trade secret. Although they they will. They will gladly accept your money you and allow you to pay for things, but it's all well priced. It's called Master Wholesale Inc. And take a photo. And when you walk in there very kind Sales associates will literally tell you what you need. And usually if there is they over here each other, like, Wait a minute. I've done this done that and they will help you, Blake, his manager. If you're telling my cinnamon, he'll take care of you. Make sure you get what you need. But you are it. You know, it depends on what it looks like, and I'm not looking at it. But yes, that's the right place to get it fixed. I'm going to tell you how to fill it. They're going to tell you how to make it look like approach fix it, because that is your primary customer, So I hope that helps does it. After I just needed, uh, the big box stores couldn't help me out. So that's very, very helpful. Thank you. Yes, absolutely. That's what they do, and they're super good at it, and they get real excited to help people which do I do, too. Um, here is an interesting one. I love it when it's a question. I don't get all the time. Ron. You want to restore old blueprints. Is that correct? Yes, that's right. Okay, we'll explain to me the actual, um What? The actual group blueprints and then what you want to do with them. Are you turning them into art? Are you Well, we, my brother and I inherited our parents' house. Old Seattle house in Seattle, built in 1924. And we discovered the old blueprints of the original house, which is A little different, but not much than it is now. But the edges are kind of afraid and breaking up brittle. And I'd like to I don't know, in some way. Preserved. The blueprints is about, uh It's not like the Prince today where you got this huge role. It's only about eight or 10 pages. Well, four day 11. Well, I think it's great. Go ahead. Yeah, but they're they're brittle. Especially on the one edge. That's you know, on the outside of the Um, but, uh, yeah, This is just It's really cool. What the house originally looked like I love this stuff. I'm so glad you called, because I personally think they make an extraordinary piece of Of art in your home to put them up. People are fascinated with an old home specifically, even a mid century modern how, In fact, the house was built the layout so I've got you covered where I'm going to send you I I wonder sometimes if people think that these calls her stage I've never spoken to you before. Ron. And they're not. It's just the craziest stuff over the years that if you had a script runs a great actor, Yeah, yeah, exactly blueprints service dot com and they do digital restoration. So what you do is you reach out to them. You explain what you have there Nice people. It's not the first time we've seen it. And in fact when we restore old houses, and we get to see the blueprints, you know, First of all, we need to get him copies that we can use them. We make this recommendation. If it's a family home, whatever it is so nice to have those goes in an office a hallway. Doesn't matter. You just keep it in your scrapbook. It is called Blue print service dot com. I love these people, and they will show you on their old weathered how they can redo it, and they can even restore it. So it has that nice CPL. Look to it as if the pages were old. So that that's sometimes nice to put in it. I think that's great. Mark. Let's give out Yeah. Followers and Andy here as you look at those phones are ringing off the hook here, but that's okay. 26421 1000. Tammy loves us every week. That's why do two hours. It's all you and her. You just can't get her during the week. So 26421 1000 that's all of Seattle everywhere else in western Washington, 877397 56 66 call now? Yes. We definitely want people to call in and ask their questions. I I really want to thank Ron because Allowing me to answer a question like that is something that this is this times could be someone's history, their family history. Somebody built a house for their family, or they just bought an old house and they want to show You know the actual original floor plans. I think they're different. In fact, Restoration hardware thinks it's so great of an idea. They have fake ones that look like they're old that they sell as print, so why not get your own? And I'm impressed. Here You go expanding your talents. I'm like, okay, this is gonna be a tough one wrong. Just called it first time We're going to go. And there you go. Well, I don't know. You have an idea, though. That's what's great. I always hope so. I will. I will say that rumor has it. I'm not throwing them under the bus because I don't know that pawn stars. Sets up their guests because you know they're they are. Do you mind waiting while we get an expert than voila? There's an expert. Well, you wonder how fast those experts get in there? Yes, exactly. It's like breaking. Yeah, yeah, beam me up, Scotty. And then you wonder how things end up with this person, that person I don't have the ability to do that. You know, I can tell you nobody's going to spend that kind of money on On, uh, information for me, So I'm not pawn stars. This is all me all the time. And I either may know it or I don't. And if I don't,.
"comeau news" Discussed on KOMO
"Comeau News sponsored by Tub Cove, bathroom and shower, remodel, editing. They come. Oh, afternoon news. Bill O'Neill. I'm Rick fan sites with ELISA Jaffe. It feels like things are starting to return to normal when we're telling you about the 16th annual Seattle International Dance Festival launching this weekend, the artistic director Cyrus Kumbaya, joining us on the Cuomo Newsline with details, Cyrus, did you think this thing was going to happen? I'm not very much actually, until two months ago, we thought it was not going to happen. So we pulled things together a little over two months ago and kind of pivoted in another direction. And of course, we couldn't bring any of international artists. So we thought it would be wonderful to focus all on local dance. So you shifted gears went hyper local because normally what would be happening? Well, normally we would have a number of countries represented as well as our local community of dancers. And companies. We had a number of companies that were supposed to calm or were slated to come from France, South Korea, Israel, So we had. We had a number of artists that were supposed to be coming in. And, of course, for obvious reasons they couldn't come in and visas. That means the visa process. Everything had to basically turn around on a on a dime. It was it was challenging, but we're really excited to be presenting this program that you Steve really rallied. You've got all the people together, and this takes place on Capitol Hill at the Broadway Performance Hall. That's starting tomorrow through the 19th of this month. What can we expect to see Well, you can expect to see over 25 local companies, everything from large company to even individual artists. In some cases, you know, these are just have had a short amount of time to put things together in other cases of bringing back works. So you're going to see new works. You're going to see works that have been in their repertoire. So they've had for a long time You're going to see really the the began moment of creation in the local dancing during the festival, which will happen from the 12th to the 19th as you mentioned, Does it cost money? And if we want to go to it do what kind of things do we need to do that we need to bring our covid vaccine certificate? No. So we We will be, of course, well, everyone will have to check in. But there is tickets that you can buy online at Seattle pdf dot org. For all of the show is one of the shows or two of the shows are getting close to sold out. So I would recommend doing that sooner rather than later. It's only 25% capacity. And so that is why these shows are have been selling out our close to selling out for a while now and then we're also respecting the six FT distance, so all of that's taking into consideration takes a look at the time we love for people to arrive. Early and then and then we were, you know, shepherd everyone into the theater at the appropriate time to keep this going for 16 years. How tough has that been? Well, you know, it has been challenging at times. In particular, The issues of visas have become harder over the last, um, say, four or five years And that's probably one of the big issues is really the saddle International Dance Festival brings the world advance to Seattle's doorstep, and that is really challenging when we make it. Hard for artists to get here. I'm certainly that part becomes more laborious. There's more legal involvement. So really, we're reaching our arms out to the whole world and bringing people here to Seattle. It's become a little bit more challenging. But we are committed to doing that. I'm hoping that things will get better after this year, and it will be easier. And again. The website is Seattle. I d f dot org Cyrus Kambara. Thank you so much and good luck to you have a great festival. Thank you so much. Lisa. It's wonderful.
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"With Tammy Michael's on Comeau News. You know, Mark, you know how I do this every week. When I go home. There's always something that bugs me where I said. I should have said, and I could have said, And so while we were at the break, I just went ahead and went on John Donne's website because I knew they had something and I want to be able to share it and I found it good. So it's called Unit Tex. Green magic, all purpose cleaner, Unitech Green magic all purpose cleaner And for for this company, John Donne. It's brilliant, expensive 13 67 worth every penny. You dilute it, and it will in fact, be a good degree, sir. And it's environmentally friendly, which I'd like This is what you were talking. This is from the Cabinet, cabinet, grime and grease, farmer cooking and everything follow manufacturer's instructions. Let's go back to our very patient collar, Pat. So now we're talking about a bathroom that you have. And you describe, so let's break this down a little bit to unpack here. Tell me about the bathroom where you have Right now. One of those enclosures as you said with glass doors. Is it like a shower tub Enclosure, fiberglass, fiberglass shower tub enclosure. There's really not a way you could put a free standing bath tub in that bathroom. Okay, Don't carrying out some of the cabinets that we would want to keep so It's got to be the same size as as something like that. So it's going to be a you know, a standard size tub and Some other surface around it. Okay, well, all right, We can definitely help you with this, and you were asking about the surface around it. This is a trend, but when there's something that's a trend, I think I'm a pretty good predictor of telling you. This is a trend that's going to last. It's not one of these things. It's fly by night, and there's a reason What it is for showers for Tubbs in bathrooms. People now want large format tile. What does that mean? Well, I'm talking about the fact that you can get it the size. Of a billboard if you wanted it in porcelain, and you know, and there's various products, even including In slabs of like courts and so forth, and so on, and what I will say is you would want I would go with the tile in the large format to see it for yourself. I'm going to send you into Arizona tile. They don't sell to the general public. But if you get a contractor, if you get a designer they will sell to them. And but you can see everything, which I think is important. When you look at all of the things that they have at Arizona tile, it's mind bending, and they will also be sure when make an appointment with one of their associates their sales associates because they will walk you through what your options are because some of the products Better displayed. If you went through Arizona tile, you might see it and say 12 by 12 12 24, but ask what are their child That's in here that maybe I'm seeing a smaller sample comes in a very large size so that you keep in mind. You want to go with the sizing still fit through all the doors to get it from. Outside of your home into the inside of your home. And so you've got to look at how many bends and twists and turns. But your contractor will help you with that. And But when it comes to then so do you want to replace the tub or The whole thing is the tough connected to this fiberglass plastic. You know, insurgents it all one unit. Video. Okay, So one minute, Okay, well, so that does in fact me replacing it. But you are in luck. Um what? What I will say is to find the tub You're looking for. Where do you live? Homeless county. Okay, you live in Snohomish. Okay, Great. What I would say to you is making appointment at Ferguson in the Lynwood location, which is pretty great. And when you make an appointment, tell them what you're trying to do, because they have so many bathtubs and you're gonna be able to look at it. My favorite, though. When it comes to going to Ferguson to me, it's worth the drive making appointment and go to the one in downtown Seattle. Why not take in a baseball game while while you're at it? Because it's right there down the street. And the reason I want you to go in there. It's because they have countless Tubbs. Now I have a favorite and it's made by Kohler when it comes to Tubbs, and they call it the perfect tub. If you look it up. The reason is it is a size but it because of the angled back of it where you would rest your back. It actually is a tub. If it's just about everyone, So it's a beautiful tub that goes in. It is, in fact, a A porcelain tub, which I really like. So I would say that go in making appointment that we'll come up with the tub. Large format tile you're going to get through Arizona child. They also show Quite a few of the court's samples and see the whole slabs when you walk in there, and that way, go ahead, fall in love with whatever courts appeals to you, and that way Now you're going to have to find a fabricator, which becomes a secondary concern, and so that because it's a specialized license. Fabrication of stone is just like an electrician's or a plumber. In other words, it's a specialty license, but there are countless ones across the sound. I actually Mark. You just had Michael come out, So go ahead and say something nice about Michael and his people. They're not paying you. You paid for yourself. It's no freebie, too, You know, just working on the counters and whatever, and we just needed some help. Because Karen is, you know, Tammy, we're kind of like the advanced Do it yourselfers or whatever. We just want to confirm of somebody who knows and has a passion for this. S o to get the templates right to make sure everything is solid. Yes, and you know, we've taken up the countertops Right now. We need to cut out the whole for the sink. And for the gas top. Um it's quite a project, but it's kind of nice to have the guidance. Let's talk about Michael and where, you know, and the name of his company what he does, um, you know, I just know it was Michael. Hey, she's going this Michael, but it's just he's keeping busy, he said. It's just crazy. How busy it is. Right now, but what's very good about it? Is he coaches you in his people coach you on the phone, exactly Each step in where you need to be, and we were kind of already ahead of it. So I will tell you, Michael's an individual who has been in this industry. Oh, gosh, probably more years and he would admit because he looks a lot younger. So I'll tell you what. I'm gonna give you the name of Michael's company, and I do recommend him and he would go out. Does a great job setting you up with the template and the installation and they'll walk you through the process. The reason is because Michael left one company, and now he's working for another one, and, frankly, I think it was a good move for him. Because he's one of them. He's one of the most kind friendly and instructional people that I've ever worked with. In this jar. Indications really good. He's yes communicates..
Police search for shooting suspect after man killed at church in Seattle's Rainier Valley
"In a deadly shooting inside a South Seattle church that happened inside the Emerald City Bible Fellowship on Rainer Avenue. And tonight we're learning the conversation had nothing to do with the church. Here's couples, Jonathan Show with this operation Crime and Justice Update. Has happened, so we ran it right around here. He could see Churches, the blood there. Lund there in a sanctuary usually reserved for praise and worship that someone coming in to try to figure how to clean this up head Pastor Harvey Drake is now trying to navigate what's left of a bloody crime scene inside Emerald City Bible Fellowship. The short of it is, is that someone end up Didn't kill, investigators say. On Wednesday afternoon, a man with a gun walked into a meeting inside the church. There was a discussion between the victim and the suspect, at which point the suspect, then pulled out a gun. Fatally shooting the victim with the motive still remains unclear. And right now SPD is not releasing the name of the suspect or the victim on Lee Shake. Investigators are still looking for the shooter, not a church gathering was that a church member of is an outside group that we allowed to use our building? That group is community passageways, a nonprofit that rents office space at the church and helps at risk youth. And young adults stay out of trouble. CEO and founder Dominique Davis would not answer any of our questions. But a spokesperson did sent us a statement that reads in part, community passageways is deeply saddened by the horrific incident. As an organization. We are constantly reviewing our procedures and evaluating our protocols in order to get in. You have to ring the bell. Somebody had to let you in. Pastor Drake says Emerald City's doors are always locked, but someone with passageways leading the shooter and now Drake, he's also reevaluating his own churches. Security protocols because we want everybody who Enter this building to feel safe at all times from Seattle, Jonathan SHOW Comeau News and Pastor Drake says all
Seattle still reeling from year of violent protests
"Seattle In the last year, we watched us some peaceful demonstrations evolved into riots, Destruction and violence. Doubles Jonathan Show looking at where protests go from here. Day after day night after night weeks, turning into months of protests, and then we've seen various leaders come and go, including City Council member Shama so want directing hundreds of people into city Hall. This moment, rallying cries are constantly changing. Moment. It's black lives matter and calls for homeless reform. Then it's to fund the police and raise the minimum wage, public parks and city blocks occupied and overrun the homes of elected officials like the mayor and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. All targets. Various groups continue to peacefully march while a mob dressed in black now remains a constant threat. Representing a violent and volatile mix of activism nearly one year after George Floyd's death sparked social justice demonstrations and emboldened others to mobilize Seattle is exhausted and wounded. Many city leaders remain silent and on the sidelines from the business community to neighbors living in hot zones like Capitol Hill. We absolutely not taking it anymore. Victoria Beach says She's trying to create a united front in her neighborhood. But the chair of the Seattle Police Department's African American Community Advisory Council is struggling to find others. Willing to courageously stand by her side. We have the power to stop it. So why aren't we coming together? We need every public official in Seattle to draw a really clear bright line and condemn. Violent acts. John Schools, the CEO and president of the downtown Seattle Association, he says it's hard enough for business is recovering from covert 19 profit losses. But when violent protesters continue to target the downtown core, that is gonna hold back recovery. It's time to stop any. If not, you're gonna go to jail and we will prosecute you. During last month's press conference, in from Seattle police chief Adrian de has once again made a clear distinction between peaceful marches. The ones led by groups dressed in black. They've tied up. A lot of our resource is DEA says Officers will continue to monitor evolving demonstrations adapt and be prepared for all scenarios. So we do have sufficient amount of officers even personally, asked the attorney, Pete Holmes, to get tougher and more consistent. With protests related prosecutions. The police are doing what they can what they're told to do with the courts or are telling them to do, which means no more tear gas for crowd control. But law enforcement consultant Jim Feudal believes the city will remain in a vicious cycle. Until these people are prosecuted and held accountable. I don't see anything changing after all the social unrest and ongoing protests Address. Your success remains undefined in elusive. One thing is clear. It's difficult to predict the future of demonstrations in Seattle, but history has a tendency to repeat itself. Seattle, Jonathan Show. Comeau News update Now to breaking news. We first brought you last
"comeau news" Discussed on KOMO
"Bill O'Neill Comeau News hard to believe, But this Sunday marks the 20th anniversary of the destructiveness quality Earthquake. Ray here, remember, it will come Most. Charlie Harder tells us engineers certainly do and they continue to prep Roads and bridges for him and even bigger quake. A magnitude 6.8 quake in 2001 shook the region and cost billions in damage. The worry is what happens when Not if and even bigger earthquake hits in the future. It's a problem. The Stadio tease top of Bridge engineer Mark Gaines says his agency is working on constantly so we still have a lot of work ahead of a seismically overall. If you look across the state we have about 585 bridges that still need to be retrofitted. And the price tag for this work is large about $1.5 billion, and that kind of money isn't coming out of the state Legislature anytime soon. Gain says they continue to work on shoring up the biggest problems and making sure and major north to south and east to west route are ready as a lifeline after the next big quake. Charlie Harder. Come on, Ils. Come on. News time now. 5 34 time for commute conditions. We do that every 10 minutes on the force from the tube in law Group Traffic Center Piers Marina Rock, Inger. Well, we had an issue in Newcastle that's cleared already. It looks like it was South bound for five. Of course, in the New Council area clear pretty quickly. It's slow in Bellevue from Southeast eighth Took Cold Creek Park white. We're looking at minor slowdowns North found I five in the Mayor, Mountlake Terrace area north and I five at the Boeing Freeway. It gets.
"comeau news" Discussed on KOMO
"Comeau News inside out with Tammy Michaels continues. I really do believe that what we have is something for everyone. You know, We had a question last week that I had so many comments about from contractors. I work with people inside the entrance industry. And it was ah Lady who called about her Saltillo tile, and I don't know if you remember that collar and she said, I have these horrible, ugly They kind of this orange red. Someone get rid of him. Yeah, and I want to get rid of that, she said. I can't believe it there on the floor there in the shower. I was like, Oh, my gosh. Do you realize that you actually have something that is highly prized, highly coveted, and you need to put some new tile with it, And then we started talking about the different accent tiles. And I sent her into Arizona tile. Do you know Mark? She actually went into Arizona tile and defended me and they told me that she did. And the reason why it made me so happy is because Want. She sets a good example. Which is what you always say that a person is a hero. So anyone who they'll explode in Saltillo Tile is but anyone who has something that they believe may be. I have to get rid of this, or is there something I can do to work with it? Keep it. Make it look better. That's why I'm here. I am the Make it look better Girl one. I'm thinking to how much money did you save? For her saying, Don't do it. Yes. Simple fix. Well, exactly. And so we're now we're talking about backsplash tile we're talking about, you know, possibly new mirrors and this and new countertops. This whole bathroom's gonna look completely different. And yet I really do believe she walked away appreciating what she had. So what is salty, a tile for those who are listening? Because I have to always remember. We're speaking to the listener. Not just the collar. So what is salty, Oh, tie. Well, it could be many things, actually. But I became most familiar with it in Southern California and on the West Coast and we do see it here, and it's usually a clay tile. It's not uncommon to see very large. Grout lines, which is why many times people want to get rid of it, especially the old ones, and I mean that were put in and perhaps the eighties nineties. They were really popular. And when you see them they can even be like 12 by 12 inches. If you take a good look and you think about it if that was poured, clay Then into these tiles, Sometimes the grout lines. Of course you're smaller, but by that house, you know is you're looking for a house right now in the jury short or if you have it, Please don't rip it out. You know what? They also used to do Mark about these Saltillo tiles. There was a bit of a trick, but I liked it. It was a designer in California. So okay, great that sells more tile. Because Dog paws, cat paws, or, you know, like bird footprints over the tile. When it was wet. It made the more valuable really. You would? Yes. So that you could only get so many of them. That was kind of funny. And I thought Oh, my gosh, Because people highly prized them. It was like, Oh, there was a dog, father. Okay, I get it, but I mean, at the time, it was fun. It would. I love all of the things that have to do with home improvement And calling into the show is the best part of my day. Mark, do you mind giving Got her phone number, sir, because, like you said earlier go so quick and Tammy's here every Saturday from 10 till noon. We take the news breaks. We gave you the weather forecast in a traffic all along the way, too, because they were coma news, of course, And then the benefit is having Tammy Right here with you as well. So when we come back, I'm going to cause you to look at your house,.
Kroger: Some pharmacy customer data impacted in vendor hack
"Comeau news. If you use the pharmacy that Fred Meyer qfc year data may have been hacked. Parent company Kroger says they were notified by there. A third party vendor Aceh Leon, the same company. Used by the state auditor's office when they were hacked, according to its website. Kroger says no credit card information or customer account passwords were affected, but they believe pharmacy records, money services, information and employees. HR data.
"comeau news" Discussed on KOMO
"Tammy Michaels continues on Comeau News. We are continuing and But I can tell you is you are listening to someone who absolutely passionately loves what I do, and I'm not kidding. And what does that mean talking about home improvement. The best part of today's broadcast is when you pick up the phone and you give us a call and Mark. What do you always say about the people who do that? They become the hero because of the question, you ask. There's 50 other people 50 other people. At least it would like to ask the same question. But because of schedules and because of busy times right now, they can't do it. And Tammy not picking on the listeners, but some of them go. Well, Mark. You sound better on the radio to me. Can you just asked him the question? No, this is all about you. Besides, I'll change the wording. I'll change the whole definition of direction. You want to go that question, so just lay out the question for Tammy. You get the answer, And like I said, you'll be a hero. So have fun with it. You know, I really thank you. I really appreciate you saying that because one of the things that happens to me is that people call my work. What you don't realize is, you know Yes, I do own these companies and I love working for sound Kitchen bath. One of my companies and pets. Decorator is actually separate the cooperative company because we sell You know, we own an ad agency and we represent, you know Breeze. Oh, it's one of our clients. We represent them. So I do so many things, Bassett furniture and we wouldn't have this program. You know if it weren't for our sponsors, so I really believe that what people want right now is information. And that's what this show gives us. I don't have time to read your emails. I apologize. I don't have time to take the calls and my office. My call Ruby Monday morning, Mark, you should hear it. What was that thing you said to repaint shower walls. So it's just because I wish I could get back to everyone, but I can't. We are slammed into right now, and that's good. Good problem to have to go back to me to flip. Bring your question. If you call it is a mark as the question for me. Karen goes through this all the time. How many times and maybe you could really tell me? OK, Mark, I need you to go to the store. Here's the question. I want you to ask, and then I come back and I bring the answer, and it turns out I've changed the whole question of got the wrong answer. Yes, that you're not picking on guy or anybody in the family. But it always works. Best of you. In your words, Ask the question. We'll make it simple. You'll love it. Give it a try our to your Tammy. Too old too old 6421 1000 You call that for greater Seattle and in everywhere else is 877. 397 56 66. There you go. Okay, So I'm telling you that this color trend Here's how crazy it is. Just turn on anything. I'm talking about sports channels. Now there's also colors that are in here, too. In this whole color mix. You're going to see them all together. And when we are doing and these air timeless, you know, I actually have a rug. But the style and design of it goes back to the late 18 hundreds. I don't have a rug from the 18 hundreds. It's knock off from something from the 18 hundreds. But the point is that these colors this yellow French is mustard, You know, just think that color almost like a school bus. Yellow could be about that bright, too, and warms it up a little bit. So yellow like that tomato red. Thank you Know Heinz, catch up that bright red Think Newman tone. I like that because they keep to charity. But in all things is bright, right? Do it read for this? But you get it and also cobalt blue Thies, your colors that if you accessorize your home and what I tell people to do, this is where perhaps you just want to put up, you know, frame and put up a poster. You go through Fred Meyer. They have some pretty nice frames. Posters in there just to throw up. Add some color. You want to just look like your house is decorated. Then you know just I call it the pick up and drop. So just Put in your home some red. It's kind of that time of year. It'll seem seasonal. This beautiful blue, this cobalt blue and the yellow Now here's where it gets more interesting. You can actually Vics in shark Truth Sounds crazy, which is kind of pea green in this mix. It looks beautiful, especially if you throw in a little teal. It looks like what are they doing here? This is complex parchment. So what I'm going to do is tell you that whatever you want to paint and the theater of the mind, I can describe the color. I was telling my daughter the other day I could walk in somebody's house, and I can tell when they painted I'm not kidding, because I could look at the color I could say, Well, I was kind of in style at that time, unless it's.
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"It's a Northwest lifestyle weekend on Comeau News inside out with Tammy Michaels continues. Mm hmm. We're We're just a little bit off on technical stuff today. Every time that we installed new software in this building, there's always like a little glitch here. Little glitch in their But ultimately we work it out. And it makes great radio. You know why? Because you're listening going. What was that? By the time you're done with this covert 19 and the social distancing of engine you're gonna have a degree, my friend so true basics of engineering and broadcasting cook for you. Well, you know what I wish people could see. How far apart we are, and with glass in between us and yet we really were. What can I say? We are a team they go. Okay, so we want to get to our calls because we have quite a few of them. And let's see if we can start out the show with a little bit of a lightning round. OK, let us go. Gosh. Well, you know what? I think your collar just dropped. Okay, hold back. Okay? Yeah, callback because we're gonna go through these very quick But if you don't if you don't get picked up on, please be patient. We will get your call. And s O. We want to go to, uh, we wanna go to gym. Yeah, it looks like Tammy. They all kind of dropped for whatever reason. They all drive like they all dropped here for some reason. Oh, wow. Okay and again, Usually Tammy's in the studio with me and come watch the phones and how they are working and stuff. But social does this distance thing We have to relay to Tammy here, so but if you do call You ask the question and then hang up and take notes. If you haven't got time to hang on, But be patient, but real quick. Let me give you a phone number. Should we go to old 6421 1000 at Seattle everywhere else? 877. 397 56 66. That is fantastic. And you know, like I said, you know what does make things happen, Though with the power of radio I did. This is funny. My husband is from a rural town in Kind of, you know, northern Minnesota that way North and Minnesota, But, um, just a very small town and true radio story, So they had a guy who was doing the you know, over the night. Christmas songs. Yeah, and he put on Grandma got run over by a reindeer. He was the guy who kind of drew the short straw to run the board overnight. That's before everything was automated. Oh, gosh. So he, uh I guess he was a bit inebriated, celebrating, of course independently, which I think may be all there's gonna be a lot of people out there this year. They're gonna be celebrating on their own, but they may not have they may not be holding the wheel on the broadcast thinks this guy fell asleep. So it was on loop. So all night long, people were blowing up the radio stations, phones, but he was out. He was also the on Lee guy to answer the phones. It was such a hysterical if you know people from Northern Minnesota from Minnesota. If you get the humor in Fargo, they loved it so much. They just keep doing it a little small town every year they played Gramma, right Government overbite raid reindeer over and over again. So I think that when things go wrong in radio, it actually allows you to see that it is the theater the mind. This is all about recovery, too. And as you sure that story to everybody always comments about Dr Johnny Fever W therapy. If you were a fan of those that show the turkeys fly, those were all actual true stories of American broadcasting. So that Turkey incident jumping out of the flying out of a helicopter. That's all true people falling on the airplane. The song like Tammy just described. That's all true for great thing about radio well and the beloved And, uh, just there's no one else like it when it comes to that kind of humor with Pat Cash man who was on the air here forever. Yes. We've got a lot of calls. Now, let's see if we can get because we've lost calls. Let's go to Dave. And I also want Bob to hang on. And then it looks like we lost. Dave. Dave. Hang on, Bob. Let's do ball. All right, Bob, don't go anywhere. Okay, Bob. Here you go, Bob. Bob, are you there? All right. I Wondering, I don't really know what's going on. This is strange, but anyway, when people call in, they should know that we're gonna answer their calls as quickly as we can. And but I don't think we're gonna have any problems trying to get Barbara. You're there, So let's let's get better information one more time. Let's test one lets one of your questions. I mean, gosh, we had such a list. So I mean, they were such good ones. Sylvia's having a problem whether window she have actually wants to name names, and I want to help her because I know where to get her a solution. Um Dave has a question about storage shed. I could help him with that. And then I think this is really a good one. Bob has a question about moving a wall in a bathroom remodel..
Seattle Mariners' Kyle Lewis awarded American League Rookie of the Year in unanimous vote
"Are are in in and and there's there's no no need need for for a a recount. recount. Baseball Baseball writers writers have chosen the 2020 American League Rookie of the Year. COMAS Bill Sports says a Seattle Mariner overcame many challenges to turn the coveted honor. He's the pride of snow Ville, Georgia, Kyle Lewis left basketball behind to become the Golden Spikes. Best college baseball player of 2016. Seattle made him a first round draft choice and he started his pro career with the everyday aqua socks. Then came Challenge number one. An A C L injury. That was definitely a lot of dark nice in their work. No, it was rough for you. Don't sit around it. Shot, right right in my journal. Whatever I can to keep my nose away. I needed to be with No, it's Emily. I think you just gotta take it. One day at a time Louis Ascension and the Mariners organization was delayed. He spent summers in Modesto, California and Arkansas. At those stops, though, he met other 20 somethings who become part of Seattle's building blocks for the future, You know, definitely super excited about the potential that we have so I think if we could recognize that potential and come into it now has the opportunity to be a strong group in something that we could develop moving forward, But we don't really talk about it all the time. Louis finally got to call up to the major leagues in 2019 using that experience as a springboard for success in the future. I want me a time it had me a time Jesus for his nerves. Faras. Ah, ability to slow the game down. The 25 Year old has what Baseball scouts called the five tools hit for average hit for power. Muscled out out to to left left center center field. field. This This is is back back carrying carrying how how about about a a 10 10 number number three three campaign campaign Lewis Lewis and and this this fall flashed the leather in center field, a unanimous selection Lewis joints Ichiro Suzuki, Kazuhiro Sasaki and Mr Marriner Alvin Davis as the only Mariners to win baseball writers of America A L Rookie of the year. His message to youngsters out there, You know, Usually I try to learn the game and I'm still learning. I'm still working every day and trying to write my story. So that's just what I say to the young guys. You know anything can happen. I bill Swerts Comeau news.
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"Voted Manda Factor. Comeau News, a Portland man facing felony charges of trying to sell his ballot court documents, a 22 year old Josiah Bridges tried to sell his ballot for $200 through the offer up APP. The Willamette Week reports, Bridges got an offer from an undercover officer for $115. He signed the ballot and took the money and was arrested. Prosecutors say he told the officers he didn't care for either candidate and put the ballot up for sale as a joke. He also allegedly told officers that he needed the money to pay his rent. Greg Hershel to Cuomo news 3 14 Marina Rock Inger with our co Moh traffic. Well north on Highway 99 ramp from 14th Avenue south. We still have a blocking problem there. It's been there for quite some time South, down by five into Seattle, sluggish here and there between the ship Canal Bridge and almost about the West Seattle Bridge south bound for 05 that's really crowded from Northeast eight. To Cold Creek Parkway. We're going to see slow down south bound 167, now forming from Ellingson and then sluggish often on it to Sumner south on I five in the five curve that's now crowded from about 70 it down through the five curve. You're next. Come on Traffic at 3 24. Thanks, Marina. This update sponsored by the world class physicians at only Ortho now offering robotic joint replacement options so you don't have to take a long, stressful drive to Seattle or Portland. Robotic Joint Replacement options at Holy Ortho. Only Ortho has your back. You're new, You're hip, you get it only Ortho dot com. And the Puget Sound forecasts have to keep looking at this thermometer back and forth because I can't believe it. 64 in Seattle. Now every 66. We're looking at temperatures that will be a little bit cooler tomorrow with a high near 60. But.
McDonald's hires diversity chief amid corporate turmoil
"And numerous sections of Manhattan during police reform protests over the summer. McDonald's is hiring a new chief diversity officers that struggles with charges of harassment and racism at all levels of the company. Reginald Miller will become the McDonald's global chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer next week. He used to be the chief diversity officer at VF Corporation. That's the Company that owns brands such as the North Face and Timberland. While straight stocks have been higher since the bell rang, the Dow is currently up about 342 points had 8 26,043 S and P 500 is up 34. The NASDAQ is up 42. Come on news time 8 21 will get to your traffic and weather next on the way Home update and unwind the co Moh afternoon news with ELISA Jaffe and Rick Band Size Stay connected. Stay informed with Cuomo News, 7, 1097 7 and Comeau news dot com With wet, windy weather will be here starting tomorrow and for several more days. You know, this is a stressful time of year. If you have an old roof that could leak it any time. Maybe a roll roof has already slowly started to leak. And you just don't know about it yet. That can end up being expensive.
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"The windows of a Starbucks during a march through Seattle's You district last night. There was also graffiti. Police arrested one person and the rest of the group continued marching. Down University way Ballots continue to flood into the King County Election Center in Raton. Remember, your ballot must be postmarked November 3rd or placed in the ballot box by eight PM on election day to be counted. At this point, election officials are urging voters to use Dropbox is to be sure your ballot reaches them in time. Statewide, 4.8 million ballots have already been returned. The secretary of state's office is that is just over 60% of all eligible voters Come one Whose time is 11? 04? We check your traffic every 10 minutes on the floors. Here's John Nelson. All right now we're looking pretty good. An aerial roadway the normal couple times ever to Seattle Takes about 28 minutes, The federal waited Seattle about 22 minutes. The residence of General about 15 minutes. Our collision five highway 101 from the roadway, Homo traffic and a little porky. Sharon's on checks are forecast A dry and sunny Halloween around western Washington highs today they're going to be in the mid fifties. Clear night ahead. Kind of chilly out there. Upper thirties to lower forties for overnight lows and sunshine again on Sunday attempts a bit warmer, upper fifties We're gonna keep it mostly sunny on Monday after wait till Tuesday for any showers. In the coming of the son and parents on Cos highly cloudy 46 degrees in Seattle. The following program is paid for by Michael's development and does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of co management and staff. It's in Northwest Lifestyle weekend on Comeau News news. Welcome to inside out the show that helps you create the coolest kitchen reveal the most beautiful bathroom and rock the rec room, whether you do it yourself or prefer professional help. Tammy Michaels is here to solve your design dilemmas from the balcony to the basement now inside out with Tammy Michael's continues on Comeau News. It's an honor and privilege to continue. Mark Christopher, my producer, My friend Kelly Blair. News journalists.
Health officials 'surprised' by plan to continue in-person learning in school district SW of Seattle
"Comeau. News officials with to come appears County health say they were caught off guard yesterday by an announcement from the Peninsula School district Commas. Carleen Johnson has the story Peninsula school district Superintendent Art Jarvis told parents at the gig. Harbor District would soon be taking part in a pilot program for Rapid Cove in 19 student testing. That's where they take a sample from your nose or throat and results are there in minutes And Jarvis said in partnership with the Tacoma Pierce County Health Department and some other small district, it would let them get Maura students back into classrooms faster. But the health department responded to say they were surprised to hear the announcement as the partnership is not finalized. Yet. The district responded to that by saying, We're surprised that there surprised as Jarvis and the Health Department talked in length over the weekend. Meantime, in Spokane Since 2000 of the youngest students returned a month ago, they had only one Koven positive case directly linked to school transmission. Students have adjusted really well, so they plan to start bringing back more students next month so long his case counts remain low. Carleen
Seattle - Woman allegedly paid teens $13,000 to murder ex-husband in Bellevue
"People have been arrested in a murder for hire plot out of Bellevue. The story from Como's Jeff Pooja. Police say a 30 year old woman and 2 17 year old boys are in jail after a 49 year old man was shot nine times in apartment parking lot. Woman allegedly hired one of the teens to kill her ex husband and he convinced a friend to act as a driver. The woman was going to pay $13,000 for the scheme, according to investigators of custody battle is believed to be the motivation. The victim survived and is recovering. Jeff Pooja, Wait. Comeau News
Seattle's Battery Street Tunnel filled in
"Of highway 99 through Seattle has passed a major milestone. Como's manufacture reports probably didn't even notice. Crews have finished filling the Battery Street tunnel, which once carried the highway between Aurora Avenue north and the Alaskan Way Viaduct. According to the state Department of Transportation's Blawg crews removed the old tunnels, mechanical and electrical systems and filled much of it with recycled concrete. From the demolish viaduct. The final 7 ft was filled with lightweight concrete pumped through ventilation grates along Battery Street crews there still working along Battery Street to build ramps at each intersection, remove and pave over the tunnels, ventilation grates and fan boxes and install new lighting. The Battery Street tunnels. South portal will also be turned into a slope, then seated with grass, then handed over to the city of Seattle. Manda Factor. Comeau News. A
Mayor Durkan's 2021 budget: Defund police by 12%, but will Seattle City Council demand more?
"Funding Take center stage in Day Two of the City Council's budget meetings combos Ryan Harris is more from the discussion. Interim police chief Adrian DEA has laid out the proposed $357 Million.2021 budget, and among the points he made was the patrol staffing levels are at the same place they were eight years ago as the city continues to grow, Diaz says around 40. 100 officers or needed just to maintain current service levels. But council member Shama Salon was one of the members who question that, as the push continues to defund, or at least take functions out of SPD. The whole crust off your presentation was to raise the specter of crime, violent crime and the dire outcomes that would result if there was any kind of reduction in the size of the police department. Both the city and SPD's budget directors pointed out that the reason they're assuming the need for 1400 officers because they believe no alternatives for covering. Some current police functions will be in place by next year. Ryan Harris Comeau News executive order from Seattle Mayor made Jenny Durkan will create a work group, which she says we'll use community input to change policies on police and public safety. The work group will look at Seattle police functions now decide which could be taken out of the department or totally eliminated. Victoria Beach chair of the African American Community Advisory Council, says she's against de funding and for reform. She says SPD can't afford to lose even more. One more officer. When the layers long gone, our city will be destroyed and we have the mayor and City Council could blame for that. And I want people to remember. I don't know where and how we're going to pick up the pieces. After this sales,
Seattle to require minimum wage for Uber, Lyft drivers
"Under the ordinance, effective in January. The drivers will now learn at least $16.39 per hour. The law, modeled after a similar regulation in New York City aims to reduce the amount of time drivers spend cruising without a passenger by paying drivers more during those times. That's your money now. Jennifer Cash Inca Comeau News, saying Anything too
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"For Comeau News. Your your political insights from ABC News. For the second day, the flag draped casket of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was on public display on the steps of the Supreme Court. President Trump paid his respects and was met with boos from the crowd outside court. President Trump's refusal to commit to a peaceful transition of power if he doesn't win the election, caused an outcry and was rejected by leaders of both parties. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi compared the president's comments to something an authoritarian leader, man. I'd say you are not in North Korea. You are not in turkey. You're not in Russia, Mr President, and by the way, you are not in Saudi Arabia. You were in the United States of America. It is a democracy, the most powerful Republican on Capitol Hill, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tweeted There will be an orderly transition. Justus. There has been every four years since 17 92. Does your political insights I'm Jordan Phelps for ABC News. The postmaster general breaking with President Trump and saying the Post office ready to handle a surgeon mail in ballots. ABC is Mark Re Malard reports as President. Trump continues to attack mail in voting. His postmaster general Luis de Joy, told the Economic club Thursday that the president is wrong and saying the Post office can't handle an influx of ballots when the president goes into that the Postal Service Doesn't is not equipped to do it, which is incorrect with that we're equipped to do it and we're gonna move. We're gonna deliver ballots. The joy still recommended people turn in their mail in ballots as early as possible. He also downplayed recent court orders blocking.
Kyle Rittenhouse, charged in Kenosha protest homicides, considered himself militia
"Two people and shooting another Tuesday in Kenosha, Wisconsin, says he was there to protect buildings from demonstrators comes manufacture reports were learning Maura about 17 year old Kyle Riton house Kyle Riton House reportedly has connections to a militia group known as the Kenosha Guard. Kyle apparently was a pro police securing social media sites and so very supportive of them, But I also believe they needed help. ABC political analyst and former FBI agent Brad Garrett says. There are all types of Isha groups, Some like the police. Some don't hate the government from like the government. We asked Garrett. If these groups are on the rise, the folks who study Militias. Hate groups, etcetera, like the Southern, probably long center say there is an increased protesters were demonstrating after Sunday's police shooting of Jacob Blake Manda Factor. Comeau News
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"Skies fifties and sixties tonight, warming up big time this weekend close to the mid 90 Sunday downtown. Now it's 79 degrees. Comeau News. I'm Charlie Harder. Hot weather is on the way this weekend. It could be the mid nineties in Seattle, maybe even a little warmer in other spots, joining us on the camo news line. Is kamo news dot com meteorologist Scott Cystic. This is a hot weekend ahead, Scott, it is and you know, it's been kind of weird this summer that we've had in our he waves have only been really one day and done and that's kind of how we're looking at it. For this weekend as well. But you know Saturday, looking at highs in the mid upper eighties and then Sunday, yes, around the Seattle area we could hit the mid nineties were thinking. Somewhere around 95 96 is possible in the city here and then even if you go out toward the Cascades, it could be even hotter. I wouldn't be surprised to hear of somebody or somewhere, hitting 100 degrees. Maybe. Now towards Snoqualmie or North End or even farther south doesn't get toward Portland in southwestern Washington. So yes, definitely a very hot day on Sunday, and this is going to be one of the hottest days of the year. Right now. Our hottest day of the year is 94. And so I think we're probably going to crown August 16th is the hottest day of the year. And then the real question would be whether or not we can hit the record high for the day, which is 98. It's actually you know, for all the as warm that's going to be. It may not even be a record breaking day. We'll have to see. Can you give us Ah little peek behind the curtain? As a meteorologist? I note that some are really hesitant to put it so hot on Sunday. What's the thinking? Very easy. You could be within a couple degrees and you don't want to over Promise it just being scorching hot, a record setter. Right? Well, I think for me, it's like from people at home 96 versus 98. It's probably not going to really matter. You're going to be miserable either way, but I noticed that there's Most of the forecast models are kind of in that 93 to 94 range. I've seen one that had 96. Um there's a.
Defund police cuts now target Seattle's Navigation Team
"You're looking light of valor to Seattle City Council vote today could lead to drastic changes in the way the city response to homeless encampments like this one. It's one of the efforts to deep on the Seattle Police Department. Navigation team tries to get people living on the streets to accept shelter before it moves in and clears out the camp. Now the City Council may strip the universe all funding and redirect the money to community programs for the homeless couples. Joe Marino Live tonight with a look at this very controversial plan that's moving forward Joel Impressive Mary. You just saw. There are dozens of 10 throughout Ballard Commons Park tonight, even though they have been repeatedly cleared out in the past. Just take another look again at that line up along the edge of the park there. Now the effectiveness of the navigation team that conducts the sweets to remove these has really come into question in the city a pivotal point on what to do next. For the past three years. People living in tents like these have gotten regular visits from the navigation team, which was intended to help campers transition to shelters. Jordi right, says it hasn't always worked out. So just police still You know, they did helping they tell you to pack up and leave the specialized unit pairs. Police officers with outreach workers from some neighbors value the efforts. We've had a few times where they've come in and swept On DH tried to get people into housing and to get help, But not everyone wants how on a 54 votes, City Council members now appear ready to dismantle the team. Some criticized the tactics, saying Khun Sweet tents away but not address the underlying issues of homelessness. There's too much of a stigma between the police and just the general populace. We gotta break that and have direct I don't know community groups that take care of people for for their individual needs. Mayor Jenny Durkan says the council has voted to eliminate this entire unit without a plan to bridge the gap with outreach services or to address the impacts of unmanaged encampments that pose the most serious public health and safety dangers. Do you think and I support the de funding the police in certain areas, but the nap team is critical. Surprisingly, some of the strongest critics of the navigation team are the outreach workers who get paired up with the police officers. They say that the unit creates continuous displacement and trauma. For vulnerable populations back to Joe Marino Live in Seattle, Tony Thank you, Jola. We're asking you to weigh in. Do you support the plan Drew Seattle police from the navigation team. So far, 25% of you voted Yes. On our Twitter poll, 75% Say no. You can still vote by going to our Comeau news Twitter page. The
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"Up on Comeau News. I'm Ryan Harris with why Northwest mayor say federal troops in their cities lead to more violence among protesters. The autobiography of Jeff Bezos, I'm Corwin, Take Amazon founder tells Congress his story It's four o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Jerry evolving our CEO of four tech giants called Capitol Hill to defend their business practice. Amazon's Jeff Bezos has faced questions about potentially aggressive business tactics land that sought toe undercut their business by temporarily slashing Amazon prices. Google CEO Soon DARPA Chai has been grilled about its business practices in China. We have a very limited presence in China. Apple's Tim Cook has been asked about whether it's app store gives them an unfair edge with its own APS. We want to get Every at we can on the store, not keep them all. And Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has faced a host of questions about whether the company's acquisition of acts like Instagram and WhatsApp or proper Mark Malard. ABC NEWS president Trump talked energy independence on a fundraising trip to West Texas, telling supporters that Hiss plan makes sense. Washington Democrats have embraced Representative Oh Kaze O Cortez is nearly $100 trillion green New Deal disaster. I've added the fourth word. It's a disaster, which would ban oil and gas leasing on all federal lands. And by the way, they'd be no fracking. The president held no, we events that were focused on Cove in 19 even though Texas is one of the hardest hit states. But when he was asked, Mr Trump said, new cases have begun to substantially decline. In fact, Texas hit a new record death toll lasted Florida Johns Hopkins University says there have been more than 150,000 U. S deaths from the virus. There are new calls in Congress for rapid testing after Texas congressman Louie Gohmert tested positive House Majority leader Kevin McCarthy. Says that the members of travelling from other places you have staff in other places. The testing like this would be appropriate. Speaker Nancy Pelosi now making masks mandatory on the House floor, except when members have been recognized to speak. Former President Obama to deliver the eulogy at John Lewis's funeral. You're listening to ABC news, stay.
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"On Comeau news after ABC Brian Harris with state health officials list of concerns and warnings as they watch covert charts continue to point upwards on Charlie Harder with when a decision to repair or replace the West Seattle bridge could be made. The news area holding Republicans aren't just debating with Democrats over the next Cove in 19 economic rescue package. They're squabbling with each other on things like a payroll tax cut. One thing GOP's have come to an agreement on is that the extra $600 of unemployment benefits should expire at the end of the month. Maybe sees Mary Burke millions of Americans unemployed. Congress is divided over whether to continue giving them an extra boost in their unemployment benefits. Right now, 25 million Americans are getting an extra $600 a week to help make ends meet that benefit stops this weekend unless Washington acts we really need help these times. It is very hard. It is not easy, but Republicans air tourney over whether to keep that extra check coming. Both parties agree there should be a second round of stimulus payments for some Americans. President Trump Setting aside $5 billion to help nursing homes that were hit hard by covert 19 has sent shipments to Many different locations of protective equipment. And it's going directly to 15,400 Medicaid and Medicare certified nursing homes. Throughout the country. The money will also be used to set up a national testing program for nursing home employees. The man who fatally shot the son of a federal judge in New Jersey had killed before about a week before Roy den Hollander showed up at the New Jersey home of U. S. District Court Judge Esther Salas stressed in a FedEx uniforms. The FBI said he wore the same thing that the California home of Mark Angelucci, an attorney who like colander advocated for men's rights. The FBI said it now has evidence linking Hollander to Angelucci shooting death. Earlier this month. The FBI said nothing about a motive for either attack. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski police in suburban ST Louis. They're searching for a suspect after a shooting at a mall. They say One person was killed and another was injured. Tropical Storm Gonzalo could become a hurricane in the Atlantic by tomorrow. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed the co Moh evening news 602 sun breaks in downtown Seattle. It's 70 degrees. I'm ELISA Jaffe with Rick Fan sites and here the top stories from the Coma. 24 7 News center increases in covert 19 hospitalizations and the positive test rate raise more concerns among state health officials. Or from comas, Ryan Harris. The one bright note in the latest update is that the case count number is flat for the most recent week of July data, but health leaders want to see at least a two week trend before they make any conclusions. State Health Secretary Dr Jon Weisman says they need those numbers to go down across the board and that he returned counties applications to move forward with reopening because by the time they do drop, the applications will be weeks old. Waisman says there hasn't been any decisions on whether to extend the paws on reopening past July 28 but I think if you carefully look at the data, you can probably draw those conclusions that holding at the moment to considering how we continue to reduce risky interactions. It needs to be our focus right now. Dr Weisman says he believes people are finally grasping the idea that reopening doesn't mean a total return to normal. Ryan Harris Camo news. The Seattle school superintendent recommending now remote learning for the coming school year. This is only a recommendation as the school board must give final approval. Remote learning, you know, a lot of folks think. Oh, it's gonna be all online. Well, online is certainly part of it, but That's not all of it. Remote Learning can take other forms, spokesman Tim Robinson says. That could mean a phone call or even zoom classrooms. The details still need to be worked out. The Seattle School Board will make its decision on August 12th. Jeff Pooja look Comeau news. Many other school districts are following suit when it comes to online learning this fall in the South Sound, Highline schools and Burian, Auburn and rent in schools have all decided not to return to in person learning as expected this September, school officials say hi covert infection rates and concern from parents and public health officials. Made them change course. An announcement about whether to repair or replace the West Seattle Bridge was expected sometime this summer will now call most Charlie Harder tells us that decision's going to be put off until at least October. That's because leaders at the Seattle Department of Transportation s dot say there are hard choices to make a repair could be done by 2022 but the bridge would last only 15 years after that. A replacement that could be done by 2026 it would be expected to last up to 75 years. In the meantime, Assad's Heather Mark says they're adding camera enforcement two vehicles using the lower bridge during the day. So anybody who's not driving a bus or freight vehicle or an emergency response vehicle is going to have to have provided their license plate number as he agency considers its options. It has posted some of the replacement designs on his website. Charlie Harder come O'Neill's.
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"Comeau News Time for 06 This bloodshed must end today a show of force from the White House as President. Trump confirmed the expansion of Operation legend and descending more federal agents into American cities to combat violence. Frankly, we have no choice but to get involved. A former Department of Homeland Security secretary is condemning President Trump's use of D H s. Personnel to manage protesters in Portland, Oregon, former D HS secretary Tom Ridge, the department was established to protect America from the ever present threat of global terrorism. It was not established to be the president's personal militia. Be a cold Day in hell before I would consent to on unilateral uninvited intervention in one of my cities. Joining us now in the coma News line is ABC News, Crime and Terrorism analyst Brad Garrett and bread. How are these? D H s agents in fatigues? We've seen in Portland different from the law enforcement initiative Operation legend that involves agents from the FBI, DEA and I don't think you can probably even compare the two. I mean, what is going on and has gone on in Portland is not what the attorney general and I guess the president are proposing with Operation legend, which primarily it's very similar to probably what is already in our cities like Chicago, which are versions, the violent crimes task Force. That typically involve dealing with guns moving into the city. Working primarily, we'll stay in Chicago with the local police in how do we get down the homicide rate, which really involved intelligence and a lot of other complicated things to address violence, gangs, etcetera, But I guess the idea that you would just Sort of send a bunch of agents to a city without working that out in advance. My concern is this is this sort of ham handed as to how it's been approached. So this is agents going into areas like Chicago and Albuquerque to focus on gun violence, not on protests. But the timing is interesting because the violence in those cities has been going on for a long time. That's right. So again, one would have to question what is the real motive as to why they're being sent me that would it may as you send addition. DEA, FBI and ATF agents Toe Chicago and now they've mentioned Albuquerque in Kansas City. There's going to have to be some sort of long term coordination. And if the idea is to send him there for a month or two months or whatever it might be, and in turnaround in them home, I guarantee you that's a waste of time. It would take you months. Sort of figure out what you have. How you can help developing intelligence in urban environments is a complicated and takes a long time. And obviously the Chicago P D are right in the middle of all of these homicides and gun battles that sadly go on day and night there, And if you want to get in the middle of that, then you need to know more about it. And how can you help it? Not just insert yourself. Officials in Portland claimed the presence of federal agents there has heightened tensions do cities even have a say, can you send in federal folks anyplace you want? I suppose the answer is yes, over. There is a thing called the jurisdiction. And do you have authority to do what you're doing? For example, in Portland? They've sent in Apparently D H s agents if you look at their authorities It's primarily driven around federal property, whether it's property the federal government owns or the federal government contracts and I get to the courthouse in Portland has been a focal point so I can see the justification or rationalization of using them in or around that building. But if you're talking about them, just walking around the streets of Portland, I'm not ensure and less The authorities in Portland have give them sort of expressed permission to do that. I thought really question about really, They can't actually. I mean, they're doing it, obviously, but if they arrest people, you can't really tie it to a piece of federal property. I don't know how well that might hold up in court system, crime and terrorism Analyst from ABC News.
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"Station Comeau News. And these top headlines were following or Taliban size American city editor's desk. I'm Tom Butler. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she's undergoing chemotherapy to treat cancer. 87 year old justice says the treatment is having positive results. In a positive statement released by the court, she says she is fully able to continue In her post also, ah, making headlines Governor Brian Kemp of Georgia defending his lawsuit against the city of Atlanta's mask requirement, he said today everyone agrees masks help slow the spread of Copan, 19. But the governor added, Georgians don't need a mandate to do the right thing. Couple news time 10 16 Did you see an odd tweets from high profile person recently? Maybe something from former President Barack Obama about Bitcoin. For example, What happened to Twitter was more than just a few profiles getting hacked. It has larger implications for the company. And reporting on this in the Washington Post. Rachel Hermann, who joins me on the coma, Newsline Hi, Rachel. I think so much for having me. Absolutely. How many resources air going into this Twitter investigation understand? It goes well beyond an internal company matter. That's right. Yeah, actually, we're seeing quite a few resources go into this. The FBI announced yesterday that they're going to be investigating this in. Several lawmakers are also calling for their own investigations were seeing the state of New York look into it. It's become quite a detailed prophecy. Is it clear why this took so long for Twitter to fix the hack as it was happening? Oh, it's interesting. Basically what we know that happened is someone these hackers got ahold of some Twitter employee's credentials were not sure they said them. A fake email or if they somehow managed to bribe or blackmail Twitter employees. We don't know that yet, but they've got ahold of these Twitter credentials, and they were able to get into the company's internal systems and take over several of these high profile account. And it took Twitter quite a few hours to get to get control of those back and they ended up. She is shutting off Verified tweets for a couple hours on Wednesday, and stomach is some account holder's actually got locked out until this morning. Do we know anything about the motive of the hackers? Is there any association, perhaps with a foreign government, as some have speculated. So we haven't seen that so far and the FBI said, although they haven't said much, they said that they does appear to be just a fraud related scheme until the hackers were just trying to get Bitcoin money through Bitcoins. We don't know that yet The investigations are still ongoing. And it is possible that the hacker had access to some of these high profile people, public messages, private messages and some of these GM that they were sending to other people. The cyber security experts are saying we're actually kind of lucky here that it wasn't somebody trying to get ahold of you. No more private government information. I mean, they were trying to get Bitcoin, but we could have seen this used for mass destruction. I was going to ask what what kind of long term fallout could we be talking about here? Yeah, I mean the sale but with Twitter is that it's become such an important platform for a politicians and other world leaders to use And the media are on there all the time, you know, and they trust the tweets that comes from these verified accounts. And so somebody else was Impersonating them. We could see some really important people tweeting out things that could cause Read political issue. Very interesting reports that the Washington post dot com Thanks for being with us, Rachel Rachel Lurman. You could read all about it. Washingtonpost dot com. Nobody's time coming up on 10 20.
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"Comeau News Seattle police officers continue to surround the perimeter of the former chop after a night of rowdy demonstrations ended with 25 arrests. Meanwhile, police chief Carmen Best turning toward the future now plan at this point is bring normalcy to the neighborhood. Do you want to continue to talk? Tio people who are demonstrating. We do want to move forward with RIA visioning what they're looking for, and policing. Protesters say they want about a 15% cut in the police budget relocate allocated to social programs. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan supports cutting the police budget by 5%. The teenage boy who was shot to death early Monday morning inside shop had gone to the protest zone seeking refuge from Attackers. That's according to a woman who says she was on the phone with the boy when he was fatally wounded. For now, from comas. Corwin take the 16 year old boy who died after the shooting at Chop did not live at job. He was a street person, just like his friend. Sierra Walker. Little Pocket was like a little brother to me little pocket. That's what the African American teen was known as out on the street. Sierra says he was a tough kid who sometimes went looking for trouble for the past couple days, people telling me that he ping Starting having beating people up in stuff and I was like, Well, you need to go home like you need to get off the streets. Trouble found pocket again early Monday morning, Sierra says somebody attacked her husband, leaving him bloodied when little pocket found out. Who did it do that pocket was with his buddy, 14 year old Robert. Sierra says to escape retribution. They stole a car, A white Jeep Grand Cherokee. They called us on the phone and they was like, bro like they're honest. Where do we go? Where do we go? And we taught them the garden 12th and Pine. That's the site of the police, East Precinct, then occupied by chop guns got fired. They was trying to get out. The car and goods was fired. Maybe chops, security saw them as a threat. Maybe the boys were shot by whoever was chasing them. The facts remain unclear. What is clear is this Sierra was on the phone with them and pocket and Robert were scared. I heard a full pop pop pop up and then they was like, Gosh, I don't want to die. It is not lost on Sierra. That chop was born out of the Black lives matter Movement and a black young man got killed on a job. They're saying that's the reason why the police came and raided us is because the death of my little brother pocket was not her actual brother, but she looked after him and Robert Like a sister would block and Robert was not again. They wanted to be. But me and my husband would tell them knows you're not like you guys are better than now. Though. Robert clings to life in intensive care and pocket is dead. Sierra went to his memorial was letting candles And I saw brother Please send me a message. If you hear me and one of the candles The fire went out and then it it leads back up for some using And that was a message saint telling me that he hears me. He he see me hurting Corwin, Take coma news. Come o news time, 6 10 A talented pass catcher wants to join the Seahawks. But do they want him or from comas Bill source of the Harley Exterior Sports desk During nine seasons in Pittsburgh, Antonio Brown was one of the most electric receivers in the National Football League. He demanded a trade and has some off field troubles. Brown posted an instagram photo of himself in San Diego catching passes from Russell Wilson. And makes it known he'd like to play for Seattle. CBS Sports host Tiki Barber says a bee can help the Hawks. If he's about we instead of me, it's not gonna cost you anything. But if he becomes a marginalized player, how disruptive is he going to be, and I don't know The answer to that. It could be not at all because he's changed his ways. ESPN is Adam Schefter reports in an effort to combat the spread of Corona virus. NFL teams are likely to bring in fewer than the regular 90 players to training camps. Those camps could begin at the end of this month. 2020 college football season very much up in the air because of Corona virus Back 12. Commissioner Larry Scott says Power five schools don't have a hard and fast date about deciding which options to pursue. Right now. It could be all 12 games is scheduled just conference games or some schools play and some Don't sports updates at 10 and 40 after the hour. Bill Schwartz Comeau News. It's no surprise to see the U. S overall death toll up during the first months of the pandemic. But if you dig into the numbers, you see a rise in deaths that might suggest people weren't going to the hospital. Her heart disease or other illnesses. Reese Tebow is covering the story for The Washington Post and spoke with Cuomo's Bill O'Neill, Greece, How big of a spike and deaths from heart disease and other illnesses in that time frame, So we're looking at about 8000 or so extra heart deaths during the early months of the pandemic, and that that is to say more heart debts than would be expected in a normal year. So why don't some experts think that these deaths are just on recognize covert 19 fatalities? Right? So that's a good point. It's with with a lot of these Xs deaf analysis. It's really difficult to tease out. What that might be caused from given disease. And what might be covert 19 masquerading as something else, but for heart disease. We know one thing we know that in April Cardiologists in places like New York and New Jersey, where Corona virus was taking over the city. They noticed something strange. There were no heart patients in their words, which were usually full. And that had them asking. Where did all of my heart patients go? And one doctor we talked to said, Frankly, these numbers would explain where all the heart patients went. Now. Is this a question of services not being available to heart patients of hospitals or where they're just simply too afraid to enter a hospital during a pandemic? It's mostly the latter. Now there. There were some hospitals, especially in New York City. That were just full full of Corona virus patients where their heart disease wards were converted to Cove. It wards. But even their doctors say they never turned away Patients. Doctors at some hospital say they never turn away patients for needed heart care. And so that suggests that people were just too afraid. Of contracting covert 19 in these overrun hospitals to go in and seek the care they needed. Of course, this paints are horrifying Picture. Where were a lot of these patients in the crisis that they just die at home, suffering from strokes and heart attacks? Yeah, that's right. So They're there to parts of that in New York City. Of course, we saw a lot of deaths at home, a big increase in deaths at home. But there are also patients who who suffered through those hard events those strokes heart attacks at home and then presented late to the hospital. And those patients were often in very dire condition much worse than what would have happened if they came in right away. Of course, you mentioned New York City is that the place in the country that the problem was most pronounced? Yes. That's the place, followed by New York State. On New Jersey and a few other hard hit states like like Michigan and Illinois. That's Reese Tebow read more online at washingtonpost dot com. And that's Como's Bill O'Neill. 6 14.
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"8 63 Comeau News Times, 6 55 a milestone when it comes to who can vote for the Oscars, as the academy adds more than 800 new names to the list forth from ABC is Jason Nathan's an 819 potential new Oscar voters invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and a lot of young and diverse names on the list. She's dying. Maybe a lot more sensitive, including the farewell star Aquafina Jokers. Ozzy beats in Spiderman Star Zendaya Cool Academy says it's reached its goal set in 2016 in the wake of the Oscars, so white backlash to double its number of women and underrepresented minorities. By this year, Jason Nathan's and ABC News Hollywood More Saharan dust is expected to hit the US this week. Phil Hewlett is on the story Plume is predicted to reach the Gulf of Mexico by midweek and will later cover the Caribbean and Southern states. Florida looks to be getting relief from the dust. But coasts off of Louisiana and Texas are likely to get hit hard. The dust travelling from the Sahara Desert Has caused hazy skies. Poor air quality imposes a health risk to anyone with respiratory conditions filled Hewlett NBC news radio And now it's time for LIFEBEAT. Here's Como's Marina Rock Inger Health Care professionals have noticed an interesting trend during the Koven 19 pandemic, a drop in some medical emergencies. Cerebral vascular specialist Dr Ken you, Chino says. There's been an interesting pattern with one particular health issue stroke, many people around the country or on notice the stroke neurons develop that number of people coming in with work. I'll be quiet. Dr Chino says Stroke cases have dropped 30% in some parts of the country. However, it's not clear if the number of strokes actually went down or if patients are not seeking medical treatment. Dr Aquino emphasizes the importance of paying attention to signs and then treatment of stroke. The other love where we stored the small other effects off the stroke..