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01:59 min | 2 years ago

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"Anymore. Komo's Corwin Haeck reports. A new patent application reveals Amazon hopes to develop aerial drones for home security surveillance. Drones that buzz up to your doorstep and drop off a smiley face package have not yet materialized, but that is not stopping Amazon from thinking about what else those drones might accomplish. For example, the drones could be called upon to perform surveillance duties, either before or after making the drop but the real innovation here, according to geekwire is digital fencing, a virtual barrier that blocks the drones views of your neighbors property. So their privacy is not. Invaded. This is the tech for which Amazon has filed a patent application tech that protects privacy is probably a good move for Amazon. They're under fire lately for facial recognition software. Some say put civil rights at risk, Corwin Hake, KOMO news. Any students will pay a little more this fall for classes at some local community colleges. Komo's Eric Heintz reports tuition is set to increase by two point four percent for the twenty nineteen twenty twenty school year. The Everett herald reports the increase was set by the state board of community and technical colleges. It's tied to inflation, and changes in the median family wage, and we'll apply throughout the higher. Education institutions tuition for students at Washington's community colleges have gone through large rate, fluctuations in recent years. It went up thirteen percent in the twenty eleven and twenty twelve academic years. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. Nasa still lacks, a space vehicle to replace the long retired shuttle, and it's somewhat Boeing's faults. That's according to a government office of accountability report quoted in the Washington Post for years ago Boeing. And SpaceX split a contract worth a combined six point eight billion dollars to develop a new launch rocket and reusable space capsule Boeing's components have run into trouble during testing, NASA had been hoping to use the new tech to meet a late twenty nineteen launch window construction shifting into high gear for Tacoma's, new light rail extension, that also means a lot of noise for neighbors. Definitely.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

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"Is to adjust Bill. When there are undetected leaks forgiving one hundred percent of the sewer costs in about half the water cost that reduce their Bill to about thirty five hundred dollars. But it turns out now they're responsible for fixing the underground water leak, and that means the cost of excavating the street paying for the repairs and then passing inspection. Gregg Hersholt, KOMO news. Local transit agency is fed up with complaints even lawsuits targeting ads on the sides of buses. Komo's Corwin Haeck reports that agency has now made a not so tough call it'll cost them over four hundred grand a year. But either city transit in Olympia says it will phase out bus ads entirely the agencies general manager tells the Olympia and the money is not worth the headaches considering they've been sued over ads that feature political or controversial content. Other cities have faced controversy over us adds to Andy Reid writes editorials for the sun sentinel in south Florida. He says it's one thing for a private billboard to feature an objectionable ad, but when you use a tax payer funded venue, like a bus, that's. That's where it's at a line. The bus system should have a better sense of what's decent use of their public space. Intercity transit tells the Olympia in the four hundred thirty five thousand dollars bus ads brought in last year. Comprise only one percent of the agency's total revenue. Corwin hake. Komo news and game fever arriving in western Washington. Komo's Brian Calvert joins us with the first local movie goers to see the end of the twenty two movie series. I can tell everybody shouldn't. Some. Plenty of excitement is these fans walked into the theater,.

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

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"And that could be an emergency at your destination or an emergency back home McDermott says don't do anything like walked down a dark alley that you wouldn't do at home and the factor. Komo news. Russell Wilson's taking care of the guys who take care of him. Komo's Corwin Haeck reports. The Seahawks quarterback is giving his offensive lineman a bundle of Amazon stock. The guys on the line are the ones who put their bodies on the line to keep hulking pass rushers from crushing the quarterback. So it makes sense Wilson would want to keep them. Happy in a letter obtained by TMZ Wilson rights to each of his offensive lineman. I am gifting your family twelve thousand dollars worth of Amazon stock to help you achieve your dreams. The gift comes just a week. After Wilson signed a contract extension reportedly worth more than eighty seven million dollars. And if L quarterbacks have a tradition of gifting their lineman, but not like this last year the LA Rams Jared Goff. Gave his line Polaris ATV's. Joe? Flacco of the ravens gave his guys slushy machines. Carson Wentz of the eagles gave out yeti coolers stuff with swag. Corwin hake. Komo news time ten forty into the holy exterior sports desk. Wego Eric Swanson makes his second big-league start for the Mariners tonight in San Diego manager zooming. Their six game road trip which began with three straight wins in Anaheim before loss Sunday, they'll be at home for six starting Thursday. And if he'll draft starts Thursday as well Seattle currently holds a twenty first pick in the first round and the Washington huskies reaching the final week of spring football practice workouts, which don't have much live. Tackling says komo's Bill Swartz football teams. Don't practice tackling much anymore, especially in spring Washington defensive coordinator Jimmy lake asked how his dog stay sharp without bringing runner or receiver to the ground.

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02:20 min | 2 years ago

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"We posted to our Twitter account. Just search for at KOMO News Radio Washington. Democrats want the third presidential primary to be debate to be held right here in Seattle, and they're asking Washington voters to sign a petition to be the Democratic National Committee back in February state party chair. Tina Podolsky Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan and Seattle theater group executive director. Josh La Belle sent a letter to DNC suggesting the paramount theatre as a debate location. The first two debates held in Miami in June and then Detroit in July a regional manager with the Federal Aviation Administration pushed for a greater role among Boeing employees in the airplane certification process. Komo's Corwin Haeck reports the revelations emerge as Boeing's cozy relate. Ship with the FAA comes under greater scrutiny. It was earlier this decade and FAA manager named Ali Barahmi began pushing the FAA to delegate not just some but most safety certification testing for new Boeing airplanes to Boeing itself later as aviation industry. Lobbyist Bahrami urged congress to maximize delegation saying it would speed up the regulatory process and make the US aviation industry. More competitive Seattle times aerospace, reporter dominant gates documents. These and other details as the investigation continues into two seven three seven. Max crashes. The practice of delegating safety inspections to so-called designated engineering representatives within Boeing pandits defenders among them ABC aviation analyst, John Nance. Absolutely. I support that he or program for over a half a century. It is giving a wonderful result with the times. Now uncovers anecdotal evidence from Boeing engineers on the DART who say even they were uncomfortable with how much. Responsibility. They were assuming and further that they were often given insufficient time to finish their safety evaluations. Corwin hake. Komo news. American Airlines, Boeing seven thirty-seven, max pilots may get some additional time in the simulator. American Airlines says it is exploring possible additional training for its max pilots as result of the continuing investigation into the two Boeing seven thirty-seven, max crashes, and Indonesia and Ethiopia the training would not be specific to what's called the caste system. The automation system believed to have played a role in those crashes, but it would focus on stabilizing the nose up and down of the aircraft..

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02:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Been called to a Senate hearing room today to talk about aviation safety and the Boeing max eight in prepared remarks FAA chief Daniel L will testify since January. The FAA's has been doing intensive testing of the updated system for the Maxine aviation analyst John Nance hearing in Washington DC is nothing in the world in my view. But political grandstanding this is far too soon to be looking into anything substantive. We don't even know the cause of the second accident yet a second hearing involving Boeing and other aviation companies is planned for the near future. In the meantime, designers who helped develop the seven thirty seven max say they are baffled, but what they call a huge engineering oversight. Komo's Corwin Haeck reports they say the plane lacks, redundant and failsafe components. The Seattle times has spoken recently with eight people involved in developing the max, they tell the times the max design abandons the company's longstanding policy of redundancy in emergency systems. They say the max relies on just a single sensor to make automated in-flight decisions and further. It's a type of sensor known to fail a faulty sensor. Reading is implicated in the two recent max crashes, one former engineers speaking on condition of anonymity tells the times a single point of failure is a quote absolute. No, no, and a huge system engineering oversight responding to the time story Boeing says the max designed depends on the pilot following a standard checklist to counteract eroneous commands. Corwin hake. Komo news. Former federal Transportation Safety official worries Boeing might depend on ipads, rather than simulators to train. Pilots after max jets got their software. Upgrade Christopher Hart. Former chair of the National Transportation Safety board. I would want to train my pilots to that new information. Not just have them read it. But actually, do it hands on do it before they fly the airplane. Again. The New York Times reports when I'm ex excuse me when the max was first rolled out many pilots learned about the new features on an ipad because simulators were not available new estimates cleanup costs saidst Hanford nuclear reservation had been more than tripled from just three years ago. Energy secretary, Rick Perry says the most recent price tag is a shocking number at a time table for finishing that cleanup could take until the year. Twenty one to the department of energy puts the estimate between three hundred twenty three billion all the way up to six hundred seventy seven billion parallel Perry recently, toured Hanford said the Trump administration's taking a very aggressive approach to clean up of that radioactive waste manager. That looks for really good men and women I will authorize them hopefully supportive of financial way through the budgetary process to get this job. But harry. He said previous costs and timetable estimates were far from reality. But he said the work will be done efficiently. And as quickly as possible straight.

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02:25 min | 2 years ago

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"Whether he plans to run for president. But as komo's Charlie Harger explains, he is weighing in on a new proposal for presidential candidates. If you want to appear on a Washington ballot for president might want to bring your tax returns with you. Reporters asked Inslee about measures in the house and Senate requiring presidential candidates tax returns to be released to the public. I don't know whether there's any constitutional prohibitions in that requirement. If there is not, and I would be fully supportive of that law so Arpey down in favor of the policy. Just gotta make sure there's not any inhibitions us being able to do it. Peasley says he's not ready to say when he'll announce whether he plans to run for the White House decision. I would characterize it is relatively Charlie Harger. Komo news foster kids who run away from their temporary homes often end up cuffed and in detention their only crime being that they ran away. Now. Komo's Corwin Haeck reports. A proposed state law seeks a more humane solution child advocates largely agree kids should not be running away from their foster families. But when it happens advocates say the state needs a better option than the current one which often involves arresting the runaways and throwing them in juvenile detention. The problem advocates say is Washington. Regards running away from foster care as a crime my goal with this spell is to end the incarceration of us to have committed a status. Offense state Senator Jeannie darn yell. Tacoma democrat says status offenses include violating curfew skipping school and running away. None of which she says rate incarceration in this experience. We find you that are shackled strip search they're traumatized there. I selected. Under the proposed new law incarceration for foster kid, runaways and other status offenders would be phased out this year. Corwin hake. Komo news. Marysville man has survived being attacked with a sword. Because it missed a vital organ by just a hair. Aaron lemon tells police that his fiancee stabbed him with a twenty four inch sword and then watched as he passed out. She called nine one one about an hour later. The woman who's been diagnosed with mental illness and struggled with drug addiction is in jail. Now doctors had to remove part of his lung but had the stabbing been just millimeters to the right would've sliced his heart in half. And the US postal service truck is one of two vehicles involved in a fatal wrong way crash on highway five twenty in Redmond state trooper Rick Johnson says it happened around four o'clock.

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

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"It's all that water packed snow to blame actually seeing now is heavy snow that has been weighing. Down branches. It's now being cleared off those branches by the rain, and that has been shed off. Is branches are springing back up. And that's when they're coming in and making contact with our lives. Seattle city light spokesman Scott Thompson says almost twenty nine hundred customers still don't have power, but that's a marked improvement. Puget Sound energy says about sixty two thousand customers are without power. No estimate yet for full restoration parts of the region are seeing snow turned to rain while communities to the north have experienced more heavy snowfall. Komo's Corwin Haeck reports from one of those very snowy locations northeast King County in the higher elevations of the Bothell Kirkland area accumulations from last week to today are well over a foot farther, north even more. So Justin Evans is with public works in the city of lake Stevens. He says his road crews continue racing to keep up with the winter weather. Yeah, it's coming in waves. And that's why we've been on trying to keep on top of it. Because if we don't go constantly around the clock, then it builds up and we'd get behind as conditions continue to change deep snow on top of ice have left many households snowbound. Corwin hake. Komo news that heavy snow continues to leave many households stranded in lake Stevens alita Ramirez struggles to drive up a local hill. So when I got to the top my car started spinning I've always felt safe in my car because I I drive a pilot. It's an all wheel drive, and I have all weather tires. But when when you have black is more than the snow. It's the black ice. You just can't control your car. One of the many examples of how many drivers conditions remained very unsafe coming up another blast of winter made for an extremely challenging commute in.

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03:15 min | 2 years ago

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"Our direction do expect that mostly cloudy sky after noon and high temperatures nearing degrees is slightly warmer today going mostly cloudy at least tomorrow and snow lowland snow possibility through tomorrow, in fact, just looking more likely as a winter storm watch goes into effect tomorrow. Oh afternoon all the way through Saturday afternoon, but a few inches likely throughout much of the Seattle metro. I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO weather center. Still twenty eight downtown under mostly sunny skies 11:05, and we continue with our top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center on the top stories. Of course, do include that snow with another storm on the way, many areas still digging out for that last one. Komo's Corwin Haeck reports from Bothell on this fifth frigid day in a row. It's a toasty Twenty-one degrees out here believe it or not that represents a slight warming trend compared to yesterday arterials are in decent shape in the north end. Thanks to several days of us. That is sure to change dramatically when this bigger heavier snowfall descends. Not everyone's dreading it though, Nick Garber is a gardener here in Bothell for him. Snow means money in the Bank will have an a snow plow. Businesses sorta picks up people love to see you. They love except the kids trying to slow down the hill. You know? You know, I hook him up though, I make big pile for their jumps and things they love loving it less or folks who are compelled to drive or otherwise get around when this next big snow event hits in buffalo. Corwin hake. Komo news. Many of us have been busy shopping as we brace for tomorrow's big store. Shovels and salt or flying off shelves the as hardware in Seattle maple leaf neighborhood. They sold out of both of those items in just forty five minutes after getting restock emergency management crews also recommend he should put together an emergency kit with warm clothes blankets radio flashlight, you need water and some non perishable food and we've been talking to folks this morning who were getting ready to be snowbound at home. And we'll get some extra groceries. Make sure we have everything we need milk sugar bread. Cat food dog food. Got lots of that. I'm already did that one this last storm a reminder for parents talk to your kids about the danger of thin ice. Now, they may be freezing over but our local lakes. They never freeze solid enough for people or even pets to walk on. It's almost errands on turning from the weather for a moment. A US Senator for the northwest continues his push to shut down to tension camps for undocumented migrant kids, would we want our ancestors to be treated, well, certainly not to be criminalized and have children torn out of their parents who need to end the criminalization of fleeing persecution and seeking asylum. United States of America, Oregon democrat Jeff Merkley now putting pressure on the government to shut one such camp in south Florida after another in west Texas closed last month. The state's attorney general Ken Paxton says Democrats simply aren't wanting to see the problems being caused by illegal border crossing. I wish more of them would come to our state come to the border and see what's going on with the drug cartels. What's going on with crime? And what's going on with human trafficking issue? The government added one thousand beds to the Miami area camp after the one Texas closed the superintendent of public instruction says state lawmakers need to eliminate these super majority needed to pass school bonds as komo's Eric Heintz. Reports Chris reykdal says it's time for them to put a constitutional amendment.

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02:06 min | 2 years ago

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"Attorney dot com. Here's the forecast from Seth it remained, mostly cloudy, and we'll stay dry today. We are looking at high temperatures during forty degrees, but it will be quite snowy out there at times tomorrow, mainly in the afternoon and evening. Our going for a good amount of snow overnight into early Saturday morning how much when and where still to be determined. So stay with KOMO News Radio for the latest. I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO weather center. Twenty two under mostly sunny skies at nine zero six as we continue with twenty minutes of nonstop news. With that storm on the way, many areas are still digging out for the last one. Komo's Corwin Haeck reports from Bothell on this fifth frigid day in a row. It's a toasty Twenty-one degrees out here believe it or not that represents a slight warming trend compared to yesterday arterials are indecent. Shape in the north end. Thanks to several days of us. That is sure to change dramatically when this bigger heavier snowfall descends. Not everyone's dreading. It though mic Garber is a gardener here in Bothell for him. Snow means money in the Bank will have an a snowplow businesses sorta picks up people love to see you come be except the kids trying to slow down the hills. You know, hook him up, though, I make a big pile for their jumps and things they love loving it less or folks who are compelled to drive or otherwise get around when this next big snow event hits in buffalo. Corwin hake. Komo news. Many of us have been busy shopping bracing for the big storm items like shovels and salt or flying off shelves the as hardware in Seattle maple leaf neighborhood. They sold out of both of those items in just forty five minutes after getting restock emergency management crews also recommend he should put together an emergency kit with warm clothes blankets, a radio flashlight, you need water and some non perishable food and we've been talking to folks this morning who were getting ready to be snowbound at home. Go to storm. We'll get some extra groceries. Make sure we have everything we need milk sugar. Good kind of stuff cat food dog food. Oh, yeah. Lots of that. I'm already did that one this last storm a reminder for parents talk to your kids about the danger of thin ice. Now, they may be freezing over but our local lakes. They never.

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02:21 min | 2 years ago

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"Obtained by ABC news Hendron was on duty at the time of the game and shot Alex in the chest, killing her police initially called the incident, a tragic accident this young woman's life was cut short, unfortunately. And we have to address what happened on that night on Monday. The city's circuit attorney sent a blistering letter to the police chief accusing his officers of obstructionist tactics. And questioning why the police only took urine and breath tests of the on duty officers, but no blood tests now demanding answers, everything how it went down. I don't like it. Hendron's attorney says any allegations of drug use our cat. False in the Saint Louis police chief said yesterday that his department has not interfered with the investigation they once again, that's ABC's. Linsey Davis reporting on that story Seattle. Police labor leader Richard Neal says today is his last day wearing a badge. Komo's Corwin Haeck reports. He's retiring as a police officer to take on even stronger union roles for many years sergeant O'Neal served as president and later vice president of the powerful Seattle police officers guild or Spock tomorrow when O'Neill steps into Spago headquarters it will be as civilian. He's retiring after more than thirty eight years on the force. Now Spock president officer Kevin struck. He says on Facebook the union has appointed O'Neill as its first ever director of labor and media relations. The statement says O'neil handle all processing of officer grievances disciplined appeals and significantly all labor negotiations O'neil has earned much of the credit or the blame for a long time. Labor impasse with the city. The sides recently reached an agreement after Seattle officers had work. Without a deal for four years. Corwin hake. Komo news. No one was hurt in a massive fire that destroyed and historic Markelle paper plan in New Jersey massive inferno is photographed by passengers taking flights into Newark airport. A massive fire department response got the blaze under control around two o'clock Thursday morning, but the devastating cold and high winds made it nearly impossible to keep the historic Marquel building for being overcome. That was the factor that pushed us over the edge. That's chief of police Michael fully related to anything at this point around mid day. The focus was on getting the structure demolished to eliminate the risk of flare up seemed slip and reporting. Komo news time ten fifty and checking your money now the propel insurance business update with Jennifer Kushinka, Dow Duponts agricultural head. Jim Collins says many.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

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"Komo's Ryan Harris got to see some of the tunnels. Many. Modern features today when you first entered the tunnel. There's lighting the changes along the way to allow your eyes to adjust from bright sunlight just about every inch of the tunnel can be seen by the roughly three hundred cameras inside some says tunnel system engineer Terri Kyle's ear for surveillance around the operations buildings with the yellow stacks. You'll see at both ends of the tunnel. We have CCTV cameras or bentos zones. Smart cameras is someone who'll have phone goes, preset, tow. It goes to the overeater would say fast. Who is also we have incident texting cameras the detect any object in the way that stops. That means if you try to walk into the tunnel the eye in the sky will see you your cell will. You work all the way through for just calls. No wifi, and you'll be able to keep listening to KOMO news on your radio all the way through unless there's a problem and the operations team takes over your radio to send you a message at the north tunnel operation center. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. When was the last time your car failed a state emissions test? Chances are it's been awhile. Komo's Corwin Haeck reports that clean modern vehicles. Or spelling the end of the decades old emissions program. Every other year for the past thirty seven years state law has required. Many car owners to pass any missions test to qualify for new tabs that requirement ends next New Year's Eve Andy Winneke with the State Department of ecology tells me why air quality is just much much better in our state than it was back in nineteen eighty two when we started the program new vehicles. They have a much improved emission systems the fueled actually cleaner when he says the state tested seven hundred fifty thousand vehicles in two thousand eighteen only thirteen percent fail. The initial inspection. Only four percent failed. The second test. We think he's going to continue to improve even without the program. Keep in mind, though, even though the program is ending. If your car is up for this year. You must still pass it to get your tabs Corwin Hake. Komo news. Coming up on KOMO a stretch of Aurora avenue gets a facelift, and perhaps a new name. I'm Brian Calvert. With the votes scheduled for.

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

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"News center. Starbucks Coffee mogul Howard Schultz says he's seriously considering a run for president Schultz says he would run as an independent and komo's Corwin Haeck reports. Some Democrats find that prospect unnerving Schultz tweeted Sunday, he is seriously considering taking on President Trump and all democratic challengers in a twenty twenty bid for the White House. He tells CBS's sixty minutes both parties are consistently not doing what's necessary on behalf of the American people. The former Starbucks chief saves his sharpest barbs for Trump does president is not qualified to be the president. But Democrats worry at Schultz candidacy would complicate the party's efforts to retake the White House in two thousand twenty Schultz says he is a lifelong democrat, and he is known for supporting liberal candidates and causes Corwin Hake. Komo news and jolts announcement caught the president's. Attention this morning. The president tweeted, quote Howard Schultz doesn't have the guts to run for President Trump heads that. He agrees with him that he's not the smartest person. I only hope in the president's words. Starbucks is still paying their rent in Trump Tower and the White House musings coincide with an apology to Sonics fans in an upcoming new memoir. The former owner of the NBA team says selling the SuperSonics is quote, one of the biggest regrets of my professional life. He sold the team in two thousand six to a group that then has, you know, moved them to Oklahoma City, sonic, spans are not in a forgiving mood in comments on the Seattle times page one come into writes, quote, Howard Schultz. There is nothing you can say to justify what you did you ripped my heart out the federal government shutdown maybe over with payday for many federal workers, isn't until later this week. And komo's Brian Calvert has more on how entire communities are stepping in to help. Amanda, Gibbs husband is in the coast guard. She's relieved they'll finally beginning a paycheck this week. But for now. On the shutdown by basically, she's using a local food Bank to help stretch what little money they have Stacey events and couldn't find a food Bank where she lived. So she started one herself. Stories of.

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02:07 min | 2 years ago

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"Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven good morning forty five at partly sunny downtown at ten thirty one on a Friday as we continue with our top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Thanks for joining us. This morning did a former Amazon employee perform a Jedi mind trick on the Pentagon. Komo's Corwin Haeck reports. A major cloud computing contract is now subject to a lawsuit. The flap is over a man named deep booby he's at the center of a federal lawsuit filed by Amazon competitor, oracle alleging UB is exercising. Undue influence over a ten billion dollar contract to manage the Pentagon's, cloud computing needs Amazon system is called joint enterprise defense infrastructure Djeddai for short a word Star Wars fans are familiar with. But oracle says it will be used more than the force to influence Amazon three years ago UB worked for Amazon web services. He left to work for the Pentagon where according to court papers quoted in the Washington Post he was leading the effort to help. The Pentagon move its digital activity. To the cloud after only two years with the department of defense UB left to rejoin Amazon Oracle's lawsuit cries foul the bay area based company hopes to sell the Pentagon, its own cloud computing system. Corwin hake. Komo news editor Elizabeth Warren democratic presidential hopeful for twenty twenty has announced plans for a wealth tax on the richest Americans warrants proposal would assess a two percent annual wealth tax on individuals with more than fifty million in net worth and three percent on those with more than a billion in wealth. Economists say it would generate two point seven five trillion over a ten year period from roughly seventy five thousand families or untold MSNBC the Uber rich wouldn't be able to dodge attacks either tax all your assets wherever located around the globe. So if you were planning to move them to Switzerland or some island doesn't make any difference. They are all going to be taxed according to the Seattle times. For Amazon's Jeff Bezos, the wealth tax would be paying four point one billion in the first year alone. Seattle Mariners general manager Jerry DiPoto denies claims of racism and sexism in the team's front office. Not a sexist, nor am I a racist. The accusations that.

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02:04 min | 2 years ago

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"Shift going to probably see Charlie or check point is going to be closed because they have to move on to the desktop. So if you see that then, you know, we heard don's been TSA officer for eleven years what you're selling points. Whereas the incentive to come and work for us. We'll pay you some day. Disaster and kale Thompson. That's a komo's Matt Markovits reporting. Couples hilltops are reports about a police who fired shots at some robbery suspects in Federal Way this morning. The chased him from a gas station in Kent near Russell road and west meeker streets to men apparently armed with guns robbed the place an officer responding tried to stop the getaway car that kicked off a chase into Federal Way the car crash in Federal Way at two ninety sixth place and military driver is in custody. We're told but a passenger that second suspect is on the loose Mikhail says the shot at the one of the officers fired did not hit anyone city leaders in Bremerton say they've reached a received a letter from acclaimed musician and composer Quincy Jones in which he gave the city blessings to name a town square in his honor. Why Bremerton komo's Corwin Haeck reports. The answer goes back about seventy years long before the twenty seven time Grammy winner began recording hit jazz albums, composing for film and television and producing platinum records including Michael Jackson's thriller Quincy. Jones was a young street rat growing up in Bremerton. That's where Jones says he I touched of. Hanno gel CBS's the late show with Stephen Colbert. It happened at age eleven when he and his little wannabe gangster pals used to roam around Bremerton breaking into offices. We went out there. And we wanted to be baby gangsters like rule Bremerton burns, you watch one such office. Jones says he spotted a spin it piano human beings, play those. So I went over to the piano, slowly. Every cell the mug body said this into the rest of your life Jones was born in Chicago. But his formative years were spent in Bremerton and later in Seattle where he attended Garfield high school the kids have sun reports Jones's letter to Bremerton.

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

"corwin haeck" Discussed on KOMO

"Government families ABC's Alec stone, the house and Senate or expected to vote Thursday on competing funding bills that would reopen the government that was Democrats have introduced a Bill that would keep the president from withdrawing from NATO without Senate approval. The NATO alliance is central to the American security and maintaining peace and stability around the world. It's congressman Steny Hoyer of Maryland NAFTA days of negotiations the Los Angeles. Teachers unions come to an agreement with the city school district to end in ongoing strike Brian Clark, ABC news. Komo news one thousand ninety seven seven good afternoon. We have some drizzle in Seattle where it's forty five in for Taylor van Cise. He'll join you at three on Charlie harder. Now with a look at the day's top local stories from the KOMO twenty four hour newsroom today marks the last day of testimony before attorneys make their closing arguments in the long and complicated ride. The ducks civil trial consulting engineer, Dr Brian fiber, testified a median barrier on the Aurora bridge might have prevented the two thousand fifteen crash that killed five injured sixty general. Defendants include ride, the ducks Seattle, the city of Seattle and the state of Washington closing arguments are set for Thursday and Friday ruling expected soon on a legal challenge to the city of Edmonton's new safe storage gun law. Komo's Corwin Haeck reports Snohomish county judge has now heard hours of arguments on both sides the Edmund city council passed a safe storage measure last year as a common sense approach to keeping guns out of the hands of children and not just because of the risk of accidental shootings. Besides leading cause a firearm death in Washington state, Mike.

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"corwin haeck" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"corwin haeck" Discussed on KOMO

"Not only to emergency responders, but to us as also citizens who live in the area and the State Department of transportation said they had just put up a sign recommending drivers slow to fifty miles an hour through here. They say they've done to reviews of this stretch of construction zone. And we found that the. Traffic control devices. Shut up all met pandered. Even so challenging it is for big rigs to make it through this narrow stretch of road, no room for air. And we need me Booker pay attention. And it's going to be this way for the next several months. On the streets. Downtown Seattle will be jammed with people tomorrow morning, the annual women's March and rally starts at nine forty five. At Cal Anderson park runs down pine up fourth to Seattle center metro and sound transit providing extra buses and light rail transit riders should expect significant delays before during and after that March an urgent plea to rescue a pair of ailing orcas. So far going unanswered. Komo's Corwin Haeck reports government marine biologists are furloughed during the shutdown. The call for help is coming from the lemme Indian tribe. The tribe is asking the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to launch an intervention to save to Puget Sound orcas. Both members of the endangered southern resident population scientists with Noah will typically coordinates such an effort, but as the tribe notes in a letter to Noah, those personnel are unavailable due to the shutdown. The whales designated k twenty-five and j seventeen have looked thin and sickly for months. The reason is unknown. But orca researchers believe they are starving Ken Belgium with the center for whale research. Blames the virtual disappearance from Puget Sound of the whales dietary stable Chinook, salmon, everybody loves the whale..

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"corwin haeck" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"corwin haeck" Discussed on KOMO

"Moving his salary one hundred ninety five thousand dollars a year warden has been in the running to be the city's next transportation director with all the talk of the three-week closure of highway ninety nine a second closure may not be on your radar. Komo's Brian Calvert has more on the project that could slow down thousands of drivers this weekend. Do you know someone's still away because their kiddos don't return to school till next week? This one might catch. Catch them by surprise. We're going to reduce northbound I five to two lanes at the Duwamish river bridge, so that we can replace some expansion hardware. Tom Pearce with the department of transportation says the closures getting most of the attention these days, but that this closure has the potential to cause just as many headaches because of where it is a lot of traffic through this area. Because of course, we've got two major freeways with I four zero five and I five coming together. And then you've got five eighteen out to the airport again northbound I five at south centre down to just two lanes from tomorrow night through early Monday morning. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Hashtag finished five twenty two. That's the rallying cry of commuters and business owners tired of the congestion and backups along the short stretch of highway. Komo's Corwin Haeck reports. They're putting pressure on Olympia to fast track fix most of state route five twenty two between Seattle and Monroe is four lanes, but near paradise leak Rhody shrinks to two lanes creating and aggravating bottleneck commuters hated. School say buses or chronically late costing student's classroom time and first responders say the congestion can be and has been life threatening that stretch of highway fifty eight injury accidents in the last twelve months. Eric Andrews assistant, fire chief Snohomish county district seven for trying to get those accents. And.

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British prime minister calls out opposition leader for 'mansplaining'

News, Traffic and Weather

01:30 min | 3 years ago

British prime minister calls out opposition leader for 'mansplaining'

"Tania is available on digital now it's out on disc march 13th corwin haeck komo news britain's prime minister was questioned by your colleagues in the parliament wednesday and as abc's molly hundred tells us she had a nice comeback for one of them in the rowdy house of commons today british prime minister theresa may brought her eight game slapping down labour leader jeremy corbyn when he announced that tomorrow was international women's day as part of a question by uh thank thrive honorable gentleman full telling me this is international women's day smart of the parliament how old and booed and maize welltimed singer finished with a bang cold display holly hunter abc news london in your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news and here's your poll propel insurance money update from abc news wall street now stocks recover some of their losses to closed mixed for the day the dow fell eighty three points it had been off in triple digits the nasdaq rose twenty five and the sp closed down appoint investors are worried that more protectionist trade policies are on the way president trump's former top economic advisor oppose the administration's plan tariffs on imported steel and aluminum adp's monthly jobs report finds employers are hiring at a brisk pace creating two hundred thirty five thousand jobs last month economists consider the pero processes number a good indication of what to expect from the government's numbers.

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