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Seattle's City Council Wants Rent and Mortgage Relief, But Payment Is Still Due
"Renters in mortgage holders should not have to make their monthly housing payments until after this is the health crisis ends that's what Seattle city council is saying in the resolution calls on state and federal governments to forgive those debts more from come Oscar when he can the resolution introduced by city councilmember Tammy moralis calls for a moratorium on commercial and residential rent and mortgage collection until the crisis is lifted and people are able to go back to work and pay their bills further the resolution says the missed payments should never be collected I'm getting hundreds of calls a day and emails from people saying that if I don't pay rent for four months especially in Seattle where branches you know two thousand dollars there's no way that that accumulated debt is something I will ever be able to pay off the resolution passed by the council has no legal force is part of a national movement calling for temporary rent and mortgage forgiveness Corwin hake
Seattle: Monroe residents stranded by mudslide to be evacuated by helicopter, if needed
"Much county emergency responders will deploy a helicopter to evacuate Monroe residents stranded by a mud slide if it's absolutely necessary the update from almost Corwin hake it's been nearly two weeks since a mud slide took out a section of two hundred sixtieth Avenue the only round in and out of sky view estates now Snohomish county fire district seven says on Facebook it can land a chopper nearby if an emergency should require an airlift evacuation the post makes it clear the chopper would be deployed only as a last resort ever Herald reporter Joseph Thompson tells Herald readers when it comes to making repairs the county's hands are tied because pharaoh the carriages you can't pay to fix this most of the residents have gotten geo tech to come out and see how much it would cost to fix the bad news somewhere in the two million dollar range the two hundred sixty residents are seeking state and federal grant money they've also launched a go fund me page so far racing about sixty three hundred dollars
Seattle: Students protest at Kennedy Catholic High School
"Say to Catholic high school teachers were forced to resign because of their sexual orientation almost core when Hank reports some of these protesters demonstrated against a similar ouster seven years ago sisters believe teachers at Kennedy Catholic high school of fury and were forced out because they had made known their intentions to marry same sex partners when Ernie louvers parents and students were demonstrating against the resignations he had to join the fray I'm not Catholic religious but when I see and justice I am very upset Ernie's a Seattle native who tells me he was also part of the protest back in twenty thirteen when the vice principal of east side Catholic school was ousted after he was outed as a game married man he's like out they did a protest with that approach is here at the archdiocese and this is ten years ago so it's like you would think things were progressing Seattle archdiocese spokesman Greg menu only tells tells me me the the Kennedy Kennedy teachers teachers resign resign voluntarily voluntarily Ernie Ernie doesn't doesn't buy buy it it twice twice you you know know if if they they were were going going to to be be true true to to themselves themselves and and honest honest with with themselves themselves they they had had to resign unfortunately in downtown Seattle Corwin hake komo news
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"More from como's Corwin hake believe this concerns involved attacks on courthouse staff in a recent incident two security guards were confronted by disturb man after he rattled the locked door then rattled it some more and after shaking it for a while the screaming the door popped open that's county facilities manager Anthony right addressing county council members including Claudio bell duty who points out the building can certainly take a punch are building comes up for abuse I remember when it was shot we have cars alike to crash into a building to maximize security rights as the ninety eight year old courthouse really needs a complete refit the ballpark cost hundreds of millions switching number of hundreds would be and in a lot on how much of the structure we decided to keep no major courthouse renovations are currently planned Corwin hake komo news company news time two oh seven and now governor Jay Inslee along with the Washington state department of health for holding a press conference gonna corona virus the first U. S. case here in Washington state let's listen in the novel coronavirus that has recently been identified a washing state residents are you some just basic information about the situation that we have a host of scientific and medical personnel that we'll talk about our multi tiered response to this a particular concern just specific dates from November to January fifteenth we had a Washington state resident a man and he was in his thirties who is in war Han China January fifteenth he returned through see chapter to his residence here in Washington state he fell ill on January sixteenth they had a went to be evaluated for his condition on January nineteenth that is local clinician at that time he were it was suggested to him that he remains in isolation at home so he would not be a particular potentially side transmitter of any particular disease he was then at on January twentieth.
The Salvation Army says it doesn't discriminate against LGBTQ people
"The salvation army's pushing back against accusations it discriminates based on gender identity and sexual orientation almost Corwin hake reports a campaign against the charity has led to the displacement of a downtown Seattle bell ringer Christian charity has come under fire in recent years for anecdotes saying people in need have been refused services because of their sexual orientation The Seattle Times reports Nordstrom for the first time this year has declined to allow the salvation army bell ringer out front of its downtown Seattle store the salvation army says its position toward the LGBTQ community is evolving when I got here I felt welcome he has released a video shot in Seattle with testimonials from gay employees and clients the phrase of of telling people that nine days would last month trip to lay another organization trying to overcome an anti gay reputation announced it would no longer donate to the salvation army LGBTQ activists are calling on others to stop supporting the charity
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"Stadium Corwin hake komo news the NFC west has a new leader thanks to a strong finish last night in front of a national audiences comes right covered chairs the reaction of fans at CenturyLink field who is this season's second Monday Night Football experience of epic proportions great game great game but we ain't gonna lie but they were awesome favorite play of the game that pump fake and probably the wrestles into us down the down the field there's a lot more confidence in Ross Wilson and company I know that we're gonna win a lot of confidence zero percent stop us all right let's not jinx it rather let's just revel in the moment como news sounder trains have been delayed this morning because of separate incidents including one it was fatal rain strike pedestrian and it appears we out of the Taliban and Scott Thompson with sound transit says the person was struck on the tracks there's Sumner north line train passengers were bused around the investigation that around seven fifteen this morning a south line train had to stop in your car keep park for a separate incident a man walking next to the tracks was either brushed by the speeding train or pushed over by the wind from it and take it to a local hospital to get checked out coming up to my men headed back to court claiming the state AG made at intentionally pathetic defense of the car jobs measure Carlene Johnson eleven oh four hand which actually traffic every ten minutes on the floors with once again here in Jordan starting off this eleven o'clock hour with no blocking problems on the roads most of the commuter moving right along at the speed limit but three areas that aren't northbound four oh five still has slow going from the valley freeway to sunset northbound I. five with often on still in from the west Seattle bridge to the ship canal bridge and south on I five you'll be tapping your brake pedal as you're coming out from under the convention center to the west Seattle bridge but like I said the rest of our drive they are looking good our next call traffic at eleven fourteen your forecast let's check it out with set point mostly cloudy conditions come through during the day today maybe a separate here and there but expect more clouds and sunshine high temps near fifty degrees.
Dreamliner, Europe And Cuomo discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Witnesses say glowing debris rained down like bullets after a seven eighty seven Dreamliner suffered engine trouble over Europe more from Cuomo's Corwin hake the Norwegian air seven eight seven dash eight was forced to turn around just two minutes into a scheduled flight from Rome to Los Angeles it landed safely back in Rome according to a forgery parts flew off the plane's left engine in flight showering a town near Rome with glowing pieces of metal the debris rained down like bullets according to one witness another witness told an Italian newspaper it was a storm of steel and iron the report says debris struck twenty five vehicles twelve houses and one person that person reportedly suffered minor burns the planes serial number identifies it as a five and a half year old Dreamliner assembled in Everett Corwin hake komo
What 50-Year-Old Moon Rocks Can Tell Us About Earth's Nearest Neighbor
"Moon rocks safely stored for the past fifty years our source of new knowledge about the earth's nearest neighbor more from Cuomo's Corwin Hague no one has set foot on the lunar surface since Apollo seventeen return to earth in December nineteen seventy two but Jim Garvin with NASA says in that time lunar science has taken well a giant leap new techniques in that weren't even invented in the late sixties techniques that can see a billionth of a meter into a rock without even opening the rock garden says we now know there has been and maybe still is frozen water on the moon and Garvin says on manned moon missions have mapped its surface practically to the square inch so we've been orbiting along with the lunar reconnaissance orbiter about the size of a refrigerator for the last ten years and we've painted the moon's surface sort of like Google earth paint earth we have global loan all of this knowledge will come in handy when men and also most certainly women return to the moon which NASA says will happen in twenty twenty four Corwin hake komo
A cardiac arrest-detecting smart speaker could save your life
"How much privacy are you willing to trade in return for a potentially life-saving tool? Komo's Corwin Hake reports. That's the question facing smart speaker users now that university of Washington researchers have developed a heart attack app. You researchers have. Developed software for Amazon echo, and other smart speakers, they say can detect dangerous changes in breathing that signal cardiac arrest, the smart speaker would then call for help. Specifically it listens for breathing and intermittent gulping for air that has one symptom of a heart attack. CPR trainer say, Admiral breathing is often overlooked, these attempts from the body to breathe can be misinterpreted as normal breathing and not cardiac arrest and therefore, it prevents aggressive CPR atop udub. Researchers tell geekwire their apple labeled. Smart speaker recognizes agony, breathing, ninety seven percent of the time, the tradeoff, of course, is a device in your home that has always on and always listening. It's a feature. Civil rights advocates are already agitating
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"More from komo's Corwin Hake on day two of the trial of William Talbot. The second for the nineteen eighty-seven murders of a young Canadian couple prosecutors are expected to call retired police officers who gathered the first evidence, we may also hear from the bartender of tavern, where the couple's van was found abandoned Snohomish county deputy prosecutor. Justin Harlem admits. Some witnesses are relying on memories that may have faded seven nine hundred eighty seven not everyone sits on that stand is going to remember every detail thirty years after the fact, but he is counting on scrupulous evidence gathering and storage, along with new genetic genealogy technology to convict Talbot for the murders of ten you've unkind Lindberg, and Jay Cooke, the defense has made it clear genetics aside. They believe there is no evidence proving Talbot killed them. Corwin Hake, KOMO news, two months after his arrest in the nineteen seventy-two, cold-case rape and murder. An Edmonds man is out of jail as we hear from komo's Carleen Johnson. Seventy-seven-year-old Terence Miller was arrested in April forty seven years after twenty year old Jodi limits was raped and shot in the head near mill creek and Syr body. So we got out of the car, and we walked up there and saw Jodi lane there. Kathy Lennick found Jodi near dead on that dirt road in nineteen seventy-two rushed her to the hospital, but it was too late. DNA from the killer was collected at the time. But there were no suspects last year, a breakthrough in the case when in Oregon genealogist built a family, tree for the suspect based on that DNA evidence and Miller was arrested and charged is going to be all right. Because he's he's caught. He didn't get away with it on Friday. They'll Miller was released after posting bond. He does have an ankle bracelet on trial tentatively scheduled for October. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Komo news time nine thirty three. A murder case in Everett involving a man accused of showing up at his wife's workplace and fatally shooting her. They're charging papers say fifty nine year old Jeff feebis shot his estranged wife last week as the at the achilles plastics manufacturing plant in Everett. Prosecutors telling the Everett herald, feebis put out a company jacket to disguise himself, then shot Rebecca feebis in the neck. She died at the scene feebis charged with premeditated. Premeditated. I degree murder. Surveillance video shows of Amish just before a deadly officer involved shooting in Renton is police. Explain why they shot and killed a man on Saturday. Komo Suzanne Fong from downtown renting, according to Renton PD, when officers got to cheer sports bar and grill. They found someone waving a knife, and threatening to hurt people then that man ran into the restaurant and an officer follows him inside in the video. The man with a knife runs off camera as he lunges at a bar patron. The man ended up stabbing a customer in the arm, according to witnesses and officer shot and killed the man with the knife. None of the bar staff, recognize that man, they've never seen him in or around the bar before and they tell me they don't think that the attacker knew the customer has for the customer, who was stabbed in the arm. He's expected to make a full recovery. As for the officer involved shooting here, an independent team is reviewing it. Zan. Fong conus coders. I'm nine thirty four and straight.
U.S. catches heat for Women's World Cup goal celebrations
"Seattle soccer star hope solo thinks the US women's team should tone down its World Cup scoring celebrations gonna desk Bill Swartz about that in a moment. But right now komo's Corwin Hake reports in the past solo herself has been called out for being a poor sport. Solo joins voices from around the world critical of how the US team comported itself during its thirteen nil. Thrashing of Thailand in World Cup play the team stage riotous celebrations following every goal. So low tells CBS this morning calls and fans can enjoy the game without having choreographed celebration. Tulu understands criticism of the team, sportsmanship may be viewed skeptically coming from the woman who wants called the Swedish national team cowards comments in the past of poor sportsmanship. But ultimately, I truly believe. Leave that we have to show so much class. Especially coming from the number one team in the world. The US women are again heavily favored when they take on chilly
Jeff Bezos Builds a Moon Ship
"News. Arizona's going to the moon at least a lunar lender developed by Amazon's. Jeff Bezos is lining up to make the trip. More from komo's Corwin Hake. The Amazon billionaires space buff. Who's can't based company. Blue origin has developed a lunar Lander to carry astronauts from lunar orbit to the surface of the moon Basil's tells an audience in Washington DC last week, his Lander is significantly larger than Apollo eleven's eagle which landed on the moon fifty years ago this summer. It'll soft land precise, way, three point six metric tonnes onto the lunar surface and NASA likes what it sees. The space agency has chosen blue origin as one of eleven private companies to further research, and develop a gear that will put human beings. Back on the moon by twenty twenty four bazo says he can deliver astronauts to the lunar surface, very quickly. It's nearby. It's three days away or maybe two, if NASA signs up for Amazon
Issaquah High School closed Thursday after possible measles exposure
"Center, five confirmed cases of measles in just the last five days. That's what local health officials are dealing with komo's Corwin Hake reports. The growing threat forced the closure of king county's largest high school. Most of is high schools twenty three hundred students are getting a day off today. The school is closed after learning a teacher, there is the latest of king county's three confirmed cases of measles. Since the weekend to other recent confirmed cases are in Pierce and Snohomish counties, state, health officer, Dr Kathy lo fi says all of those infected spent time at sea-tac airport. To be a commonality among the cases. One day closure of his equality allows health officials to verify staff, immunization records some students are on campus to take advantage. Placement tests conducted by staff whose immunization is already verified, if you're not made it against measles, or if you're not sure, health officials say you should go ahead and get the shot. They say the vaccine is affected and
Jay Inslee announces $9 trillion green jobs plan
"Governor, Jay Inslee, first major policy proposal of his twenty twenty presidential campaign calls for a nine trillion dollar investment in a clean energy economy that generates eight million jobs. More from komo's Corwin Hake ever since Inslee launched his White House bid as the climate change candidate. He has touted the shift two zero emission, energy grid as an engine of job creation, mechanical engineers to build electric bustles, but also carpenters in machinists and sheet metal workers to refit our building, so that they don't waste energy. That's the governor in Los Angeles earlier this month today. He's in Washington DC, where in perhaps a nod to his home state hill, lay out what he calls the evergreen economy plan a campaign release a head of this morning's announced. Towns at twenty eight point action plan to create jobs, repower, the economy, again, in the words of the statement to rebuild infrastructure and to reinvest in innovation the plan calls for nine trillion dollars in total investment over the next decade, including three trillion in federal
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"Corwin Hake begins our team coverage with these new details all four of the injured survivors are in their sixties three of them two women and a man or incentives factory condition. The fourth is a sixty seven year old man listed as serious in intensive care. They were among the fourteen passengers aboard the two sightseeing planes involved in a mid air collision over water near catcher Cam for are confirmed dead to still reported missing ABC aviation analyst, John Nance describes the planes as vintage float planes, manufactured by Havilland capable of taking off and landing on water aircraft that may be up to a half a century old, but they're very much in service and the ad very rugged aircraft used throughout southeast Alaska 'cause of the crashes unknown team from the National Transportation Safety. Keyboard will investigate the planes were both part of a shore excursion from a cruise ship that originated in Vancouver BC. Corwin hake. Komo news. Komo news time twelve thirty to the chief executive of Ethiopian Airlines is calling for a much stricter reassignment before the seven thirty-seven max returns to service. We believe that the dire flight control system needs to be reviewed. That's t- will get Romero who tells NBC news his airline won't be the first to fly a recertified 737. Max he says it may be the last the opium airlines suffered one of the two fatal crashes that forced the maxes worldwide. Grounding, the other being lion air out of Indonesia pilots who fly for Amazon's main air freight contractors, say a pilot shortage could compromise the company's reputation for fast free delivery, the pilots have launched an informational website without enough pilots to deliver Amazon goods around the country. The products we order may simply not be available may no longer be eligible for free delivery or may take longer to get.
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan: Let's try scooters, but let's do it right
"News center city of Seattle will finally give scooter share a chance if he scooter vendors can solve safety and liability issues. Get the update live from komo's Corwin Hake. In cities that have embraced scooter share problems, abound. The literally electric two-wheelers tend to block sidewalks making life difficult for those with mobility challenges and doctors point out there pretty darned unsafe at interests can be severe, and that's a potential with these scooters because they're just not docked anywheres. They're just left scattered around the city. There is no helmet. That's being associated with them physician. Dr Frederick Rivera, but Seattle mayor Jenny durken knows all too. Well, the transportation challenges our city faces in an op Ed for geekwire. She says she's willing to launch a scooter share pilot program here one condition. She says vendors must agree to accent liability for injuries, something they have refused to do in other cities, a six scooter share trial run could begin this
Sensor can detect spoiled milk before opening
"Researchers at Washington state university say expiration dates stamped on cartons of milk are not always reliable. Komo's Corwin Hake reports they've developed a way to test the freshness of unopened milk. Researchers say expiration dates are only accurate if the milk has been stored at the correct temperature the entire time and sure you can smell spoiled milk. But there's no way to smell through that sealed plastic or cardboard container or is there at the w s you school of food science a high tech sensor can now figuratively smell whether milk has gone bad accord. Adding to a newly published paper the sensors able to detect volatile organic compounds generated by the growth of spoilage bacteria in pasteurized milk. When those spoil compounds are detected, the sensor changes color, the next step could make this sensor, really useful. They're working on a way to show you how long you have before your milk
Corwin Hake, Komo And Seattle discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise
"Investigators probing the deadly collapse of a construction crane in downtown Seattle, Saturday have a valuable piece of evidence to consider the catastrophic moment was all captured on dash Cam video. Komo's Corwin Hake with that update the video clip from a private cars. Dash Cam shows the very moment the cranes vertical tower toppled over taking out a section of Google office. Building and had been working on before crashing to Mercer street and crushing several cars, the heart-stopping Seaney visits from the driver, a perhaps understandable, expletive. You can see the clip on our website, komonews dot com. The clip is part of the witness evidence investigators will consider as they piece together. The cause of the disaster that killed
Russell Wilson agrees to richest contract in NFL history
"Quarterback. Russell Wilson stayed up late last night. So he could tweet out some good news. He's staying put komo's Corwin Hake reports. Number three, we'll sign the richest contract in NFL history. Wilson had set a midnight deadline to get the deal done. And when the team came through the quarterback broke the news in a sleepy video tweet. We gotta do according to ESPN's Brady Henderson the team will pay Wilson one hundred forty million dollars over four years, including sixty five million dollar signing bonus challenge for the Seahawks in terms of, you know, paying other players because you're talking about a league that has a salary cap. There's only so much money. They can spend for the Seahawks. The alternatives would have been to trade Wilson or allow him to play out the final year of his current contract and possibly sign. Elsewhere Henderson is pretty sure Wilson didn't want that as long as he could get that big contract from the Seahawks. And he wanted to stay in Seattle deal. Now Wilson and the twelve who love him can get some sleep. Almost more time. I
Woody Allen, Amazon And Corwin Hake discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"Amazon's second Woody Allen film is also it's last komo's Corwin Hake reports. The tech giant is telling the controversial director exactly why it will release no further. Woody Allen film for years Allen has denied allegations. He sexually abused. The children of ex wife Mia Farrow, the most recent claims coming from Pharaoh's daughter Dylan despite the controversy Amazon's filmmaking division signed Allen to a four picture deal. And in December released the period drama wonder wheel Coney Island,
Southwest Boeing 737 Max makes emergency landing at Orlando airport
"News. John failure forced a seven thirty seven max eight to make an emergency landing yesterday. Shortly after takeoff almost Corwin Hake tells us why the grounded plane was in the air to begin with. This was not a commercial flight. There were no passengers on board. So it was not subject to the grounding order. The Southwest Airlines max eight had taken off from Orlando international airport on its way to a storage field in California to wait out. The grounding fill the bowl. With CNBC says pilots noticed a problem with one of the engines within minutes
Southwest Boeing 737 Max makes emergency landing at Orlando airport
"News. Despite the worldwide grounding of all seven thirty seven max planes. Amac's eight was in the air yesterday and was forced to make an emergency landing. Corwin Hake is here to tell us what happened engine. Trouble reportedly forced the crew of a Southwest Airlines. Seven thirty-seven max to declare an emergency shortly after takeoff from Orlando international airport in Florida. Yes, the max fleet is grounded but fill the bowl with CNBC. Says this was not a commercial flight. It was very Floyd to be stored in victorville, California that we're south west is parking these planes while they originally grounded by the FAA, the emergency landing was apparently had nothing to do with issues that grounded the max line a statement from Southwest Airlines says pilots reported a performance issue with one of the engines shortly after take off the Stephen goes on to say the crew followed protocol and safely landed back at the airport. There were no passengers
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"Komo's Corwin Hake. Reports a King County legal official explains it to the US Senate what we've seen Washington state is that this law is working to save lives. King County senior deputy prosecutor Kim Wyatt tells the US Senate Judiciary committee about our states extreme risk protection. Order every state in this nation deserves to have this tool the -bility to react quickly to threats of suicide and homicide. Also known as the red flag law. It allows family members and other concerned parties to obtain a court order to keep guns away from individuals threatening to harm themselves or others. Joni Ernst Republic. Senator from Iowa voices second amendment concerns because the red flag laws that we're talking about today will whether justifiably or not will deprive individuals of a constitutional right to this. Hearing is something of a landmark a gun control discussion in the Republican controlled Senate. Corwin hake. Komo news. Adamant public testimony in Olympia on either side of a controversial Bill over three D printed guns, also known as ghost guns. Here's komo's sue Romero. The Bill was brought by democratic Representative Javier Valdez at the request of the attorney general and makes it illegal to make buy sell or possess an undetectable or untraceable gun. Three D printed guns made a polymers or ceramics don't have serial numbers and aren't detected by x Ray machines at the airport Natinal, an NRA member and former army reserves told the Senate law committee, he supports the Bill these weapons cannot be traced by law enforcement. They make it harder for police to solve crimes and easier for dangerous people to assist Italy weapons but Mike silvers. Says law-abiding citizens should be able to use three d printed guns to comply with federal law. They do put their own unique serial number on that gun the Bill passed out of the state house earlier this month. See romero? Komo news says attest county prepares to honor a fallen sheriff's deputy. The.
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"Again, I'm Corwin Hake with this morning's crash into coma. Planning on flying this summer. I'm Brian Calvert. And the grounding of the max eight will likely impact airfares. I we get an update from ABC news. Good morning. Komo news time, eight o'clock. From ABC news. Sherry preston. The Trump administration now going after ObamaCare and the courts, maybe Karen Travers at the White House. This legal filing by the Justice department, saying it believes the entire Affordable Care Act should be struck down. As invalid maybe the best political gift. The Trump administration could give the Democrats as the president continues his victory lap over the Mueller investigation healthcare was the issue for Democrats in last year's midterms and a big reason they swept into the majority. It's also shift for the Justice department, which until now had argued only part of the Affordable Care Act was illegal a federal ban on bump stocks surviving, a request for a stay at the supreme court ABC's. Lana Zak chief Justice. John Roberts has decided that the Trump administration's ban on bump stocks will be allowed to go forward. There are still other legal challenges to the rule, but as of today possession of a bunk stock is a felony subject to up to ten years in prison and a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine about a half a million Americans are believed to own bump stocks. They are now required under law to turn it in or. Destroy it. Also at the supreme court arguments over gerrymandering where political parties redesign the congressional ask for their benefit outside the court Virginia case head of the league of women voters who are must put an end to extreme partisan gerrymandering. So that the American people can trust trust that their vote will always counts several reports. Now say that department of education is launching an investigation into the college admissions scam ABC's Jim Ryan's in Boston. Former Yale women's soccer coach Rudi Meredith is expected to plead guilty to his role in the scheme and to cooperate with investigators. But Michael center wants the tennis coach at the university of Texas intend to assert his innocence at his arraignment on Thursday. He's accused of accepting a one hundred thousand dollar bribe to get a kid into UT, the state of Oklahoma set to announce a settlement today with Purdue pharma, the painkiller maker of Oxycontin. You're listening to ABC news. Stay.
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"I'm Corwin Hake. The New York attacked emerging in Virginia live out ABC at eleven o'clock. From ABC news. I'm Scott Goldberg happening this hour. President Trump is set to sign an order authorizing the US space force. It would be created as part of the air force not its own branch of the military. Today's directive tasks the Defense Secretary withdrawing up the first official budget requests for the space force. A senior administration officials said they expect the startup cost warning seat one hundred million dollars. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe is explaining his claim that deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, disgust invoking, the twenty fifth amendment to remove the president from office and offered to wear a wire to the White House to record the president. The Justice department says Rosenstein, never authorized the recording. Here's McCabe on ABC's the view we never asked for that authorization. This was a common. I don't believe I don't believe. So it's something that we talked about. But never seriously considered. It seemed like such a overwhelmingly risky and unnecessary thing to do sources. Tell ABC news Rosenstein plans to step down next month. The president's longtime confidant Roger stone may be in trouble for an Instagram post. Judge Amy Berman Jackson summoned Roger stone to court later this week to explain why the conditions of his bail should not be modified or revoked stone posted on Instagram. A picture of the judge is faced with the crosshairs in the upper quarter and words of criticism. He subsequently submitted an apology his lawyer saying Mr. stone recognizes the impropriety and had the post removed. Stone was arrested last month and charged with seven counts as part of the special counsels Russia investigation ABC's Aaron Katersky. The president is criticizing the sixteen states that have joined together in a lawsuit over his declaration of a national emergency on the southern border in the morning tweet. He says the group is quote led most. By open border, Democrats and the radical left. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders officially announced he's running for president again. He's one of a dozen already babbling for the democratic nomination. You're listening to ABC news..
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"I'm Corwin Hake with the Washington senators warning another storm on the way, this could be a bad one. We'll talk about that coming up. Komo news time, twelve noon. From ABC news. I'm Scott Goldberg. It's been another crazy day in Virginia politics. Governor Ralph Northam is still in office after a racist photo from his medical school yearbook surfaced. And now the second in line to get his job if north leaves attorney general Mark herring has admitted that he wore black face to Halloween party in the nineteen eighties to look like a wrapper on top of that. We're learning more about the woman accusing the Lieutenant governor of sexual misconduct. Vanessa Tyson met Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax at the two thousand four democratic national convention in Boston where she said he kissed her in a hotel room where they had gone to retrieve documents the kiss was consensual what happened next. She said was not Tyson said Fairfax grabbed her neck and forced her to perform oral sex on him. He has said the encounter was consensual despite what Tyson called her obvious distress Tyson. Now, a tenured professor at Scripps college in California said she buried the humiliation and shame for years, but decided to come forward as Fairfax became a possible successor to embattled Virginia governor north Aaron Katersky. ABC news, President Trump has nominated David Malpass ahead the World Bank. I knew the David was the right person to take this incredibly important mile past currently is the under secretary for international affairs at the treasury and has been critical of the World Bank in the past Michael Coen's, congressional testimony has been postponed. Once again, former Trump attorney and confidant Michael Cohen will now testify before a closed session of the. House intelligence committee on February twenty eighth rather than this Friday as originally planned chairman, Adam Schiff said the scheduling change was done quote in the interests of the investigation. ABC's alley Rogin in Milwaukee. A police officer has been killed in the line of duty the third officer in the last eight months is a lot to bear for an agency three deaths in such a short period of time. And so we're asking for prayer and support from all of our city residents. Assistant police chief Michael Brunson. You're listening to ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news..
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"Corwin Hake with community frustration. From ABC news. I'm Scott Goldberg, the politician whose second in line to replace Virginia's embattled governor should a black face scandal cost the governor his job now admits that he too wore black face decades ago, I that eighties yearbook picture next to Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam of a person and black face and other into clansman hood. Then the state's attorney general said the governor must resign now that same attorney general Mark herring says he also put on Brown makeup to dress up as a rapper Kurtis blow in the nineteen eighties. Herring says it only happened. Once. He says he's a shamed. And he's deeply sorry for the pain. It's causing ABC's Andy Field and President Trump's state of the union address last night he called for unity today. The White House says he's ready to reach across the aisle for compromise on a number of issues hesitant wants to focus on his where we can find common ground work together. And and work on proposals. That Democrats can agree with that includes infrastructure that includes trade Mercedes slap is the White House director of strategic communications, the House Judiciary committee. Is holding its first hearing on gun violence in eight years chairman, Jerry Nadler, democrat of New York noted CBC statistics showing that thirty four people are murdered by firearms every day, and I that eighties yearbook. Picture chairman, Jerry, Nadler, democrat of New York noted CDC statistics showing that thirty four people are murdered by firearms every day and one hundred and eighty three injured well, no other country in the industrialized world with tolerate such statistics, in fact, gun deaths and most of those countries barely cracked triple digits annually. In the United States. It is accepted as a grim reality. The committee will hear from gun safety activists and a school shooting survivor as well as a college student who says having a gun could have protected her from being raped alley. Rogan ABC news Capitol Hill the man accused of kidnapping thirteen year old Jamie claws from her home in Wisconsin. And killing her parents was in court today for a preliminary hearing, he has not entered a plea. You're listening to ABC.
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"I'm Corwin Hake. Live with that. And more from a former Seattle FBI agent new whistleblower complaint against the chief medical examiner in Pierce county. I'm Carleen Johnson live youthful weather for the weekend. We'll talk traffic and the forecast in four minutes. I the breaking news from ABC. From ABC news. I'm Sherry Preston. The FBI this morning putting Roger stone longtime associate of President Trump under arrest. The special counsel said Roger stone made multiple false statements to congress about his communications through intermediaries with WikiLeaks. And with members of the Trump campaign in the summer of two thousand sixteen the indictments headstone informed, senior Trump campaign officials about the Email stolen from the Clinton campaign and later about potential future releases by WikiLeaks that could damage Trump's opponent. There's no conspiracy charge here. But the indictment makes clear the Trump campaign was aware of the leaked documents relied on stone for updates and even congratulated him when they were released Aaron Katersky. ABC news New York in an interview this morning house press secretary, Sarah Sanders, says this has nothing to do with the president Senate leaders have been talking about a short term deal to end the partial government shutdown ABC's Mary Bruce at the capital this morning on Capitol Hill possible compromise is in the works. And the president says he could be on board if they come Joey reasonable agreement. I went supported President Trump telling our John. Jonathan karl. He's open to a deal temporarily. Reopened the government to three year old boy vanished Tuesday afternoon in North Carolina found overnight ABC Steve Olson Saami is outside the hospital where Casey Hathaway's being treated we're told by the sheriff's office that he might be released here later today. The formerly missing three year old is in great condition under the circumstances. He was lost for few nights one night in the freezing cold another night in the heavy rain. More questions swirling around the suspect in the attack on a Florida Bank that left five dead ABC's. Tom yomas, isn't Seabourn Florida. According to police records and.
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"Details from komo's Corwin Hake. Penny officer Levi read with the US coastguard Pacific northwest confirms three fishermen died when the crabbing vessel Mary be to overturned late last night. They were the only three people on board who of the fishermen were recovery. Don responsive to emergency medical service later put in dead on arrival. And the third fisherman has not been recovered yet. The accident happened in twelve to fourteen foot seas off the coast of Newport about ninety miles southwest of Portland. Read says the coast guard had a crew in the vicinity keeping watch because of the rough conditions. They were able to get there fast. But too late to save. The crew coastguard is is out there to protect. The fleet and hard for us as well as well for those family entrance. Corwin hake. Komo news identities of the men have not been identified have not been released as of yet Republican congresswoman, Cathy McMorris. Rogers says there's room for compromise with Democrats on border security, but she says President Trump should keep the pressure on Democrats are March state. In the meantime, are blasting the Trump shutdown as reckless and wrong. Komo's Carleen Johnson. With more Republican congresswoman, Cathy McMorris Rogers, just after the president's speech last night told the spokesman review this is the moment to strike a deal, but she supports the partial government shutdown in exchange for that deal being brokered. With Democrats, meantime, congressman Adam Smith democrat disagrees as the president has failed to convince the American public that the border wall is critical to national security has not made the case that on the portions of the border wall has not been built how is a wall going to actually enhance border security. There is no evidence whatsoever that that's necessary. And yet he's willing to shut down the governor. Mcmorris Rogers says she supports giving Democrats what they want with Dhaka. So a barrier. She says in exchange for an opportunity to eventual citizenship for undocumented immigrants. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Well, coming up after we check, traffic.
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"Lee's? I'm Corwin Hake. How the company is spreading out the H Putu bounty reaction to the Amazon decision and more local and regional news coming up after we check in with ABC news time, eleven o'clock. From ABC news. I'm Scott Goldberg, the Wolsey fire in southern California's coming back to life this hour. That it would be okay to come back to work, and it was the complete opposite. Evacuation orders have been lifted in the area and people were starting to return home when the fire picked up strength as of this morning. Just looking around everything it's simmer down, and we're squared away. The fire had been thirty five percent contained now, it's complicated. In the northern part of the state. The giant camp fire continues to burn it has been blamed for at least forty two deaths. Maryland's top. Prosecutors challenging the appointment of Matthew Whitaker is the new acting US attorney general democrat attorney general Brian frosh argues, the president would around both Justice Department's own succession plan and the constitution by appointing Whitaker says deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein should be named. Instead, many Democrats are calling for Whitaker to recuse himself from the Russia investigation Rosenstein is the former US attorney for Maryland, Phil Yaacob Bosque ABC news. Baltimore more changes could be coming to the Trump administration. President Trump said privately for months, he doesn't believe that homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen is doing enough to enforce. Stricter immigration policies. Just last month. There was a highly contentious confrontation between White House chief of staff, John Kelly and national security adviser John Bolton over increased border crossings sources, tell ABC news. The fight had to do specifically with Nielsen's John performance. Nielsen worked for Kelly when he was the secretary of homeland security, and he has been a forceful defender of her at the White House. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House Amazon officially announce this morning. It is splitting at second headquarters between two cities Arlington Virginia and New York City in both places the companies receiving billions of dollars in tax incentives airlines are expecting more than thirty million people to fly for thanksgiving starting this Friday officials expect the busiest travel day to be the Sunday after the holiday on Wall Street, the Dow is down thirty six points. Nasdaq is up thirty one. You're listening to ABC news. Stay.
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"Here to just a just a monumental time. Oh, how exciting there's nothing better than any baby. I think it's wonderful. I think it's lovely that. They're having a family. So soon the new Royal edition due in the spring a team of investigators. Andrew the Saudi consulate in Istanbul for what? Turkish officials called a joint inspection of the building Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi disappeared. Flash floods have torn through towns in south west France, turning waterways into raging torrents that have killed at least ten it. Several Iranian reformist. Newspapers published a rare joint editorial criticizing US sanctions against the country and asking world journalists did a fan Irani and human rights. I'm Tom rivers at the ABC news foreign. Desk in London Seattle status as a sanctuary city will not cost at federal law enforcement funds despite warnings from the Trump administration. Komo's Corwin Hake. Explains. Seattle along with other cities and counties adopting the sanctuary label has defied federal mandates that local police enforce immigration laws. Debra warez is a city council member. It should not be in. We should not allow the federal government to use local police agencies to act as a federal militia that stance has drawn warnings from the White House. The federal government would withhold funding for local law enforcement programs from self-described sanctuary cities. Instead, the Seattle times reports the US Justice department has awarded Seattle nearly six hundred fifty eight thousand dollars in Justice Assistance grants. Seattle mayor Jenny jerkin broke the news over the weekend. Saying in a statement, President Trump and US attorney general Jeff Sessions blinked Seattle won and public safety prevailed. Corwin hake. Komo news..
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"All of them. I'm Corwin Hake with the landmark supreme court decision. Plus smacking good graces with the city. Carleen johnson. The owner of the Tiki apartments in Tacoma struck a deal with the city. We'll have more on that. And other news coming up after ABC. Governor of Florida says he expects to see damage worse than he imagined when he visits the parts of his state's panhandle. That were hardest hit by hurricane. Michael is hurricane was an absolute monster and a damage in its wake is still yet to be fully understood at least two people died. Many homes shredded President Trump says he's focusing on the hurricane even though he has a busy schedule a political rally last night and a lunch today with the rapper Kanye west President Trump's set a high bar for recovery operations along the Gulf Coast which sustained devastating damage from hurricane Michael. The president's spoke to Fox News by phone Thursday morning. Well, it's good to go fast. We're going to make it go fast. We are following it in, you know, it's just about gone from certain areas. One thing we had that was to our vantage was the speed. This thing was in and out. The president says he'll head to the region soon to get a firsthand look at the damage. Karen Travers ABC news, the White House across five states now close to a million customers. Don't have power Scott Goldberg. ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Good morning. Once again, forty nine clouds in downtown Seattle. It's nine thirty one. As we continue to bring you the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center, all eight death row inmates in Washington state have had their sentences commuted to life as the state supreme court rules capital punishment is unconstitutional. Komo's Corwin Hake. Live with his landmark ruling yesterday on the death penalty, violates the state constitution. The high court has ruled because they say it is applied unequally and with racial bias that then is the decision handed down this morning. The court is ruling in the case of. Alan Eugene, Gregory. He's an African American man sentenced to death for the nineteen Ninety-six robbery rape and murder of Janine. Hirsch Hartsfield of Tacoma Gregory's attorneys have asked the high court to overturn his sentence arguing it's racially biased. They're citing 2014 study that finds blacks are more than four times as likely to be sentenced to death as other defendants now the Pierce county prosecutor's office. This is their case they say that study is fatally flawed in the high court should not have considered it. We hope to hear from Pierce county. Prosecutor Mark Lindquist soon. Governor Jay Inslee is a death penalty opponents hill respond publicly to this decision. A little bit later this morning. We'll carry it live here on KOMO reporting live Corwin Hake. Komo news. Robert Dunham, the executive director of the Death Penalty Information center in Washington DC, what we're seeing the movement to abolish death penalty has gone from national focus with state-by-state. We'll be looking abolitionists. We'll be looking to have statutes declared unconstitutional. Individuals and looking to have legislatures individual states repeal their safe and today Washington became the twentieth. State to abolish the death penalty as we mentioned earlier eight people currently sit on our state's death row out of their side of the housing markets finally tilting toward the buyer new report from Trulia finds the share of US homes listed for sale with at least one price cut is at its highest level since twenty fourteen percent of listings nationwide with at least one price reduction climbed to seventeen point two percent in August for the Seattle metro area. Twenty percent of all homes listed in August had cut the price. At least once coupled with home price growth slowing a bit and inventory, creeping back up. There is more evidence. The market is shifting toward the buyer's favor. It's been nearly. Six months since residents of the Tiki apartments at Tacoma were forced out by the new owner infuriating much of the community. But today city officials praising that new owner for a deal he destruc- with them. Here's komo's Carleen Johnson. Complex this off south twelfth street near state route sixteen is back in the news. But this time it's all good for much happier. And the story didn't begin to. Well, that's Michael mirro at the Tacoma housing authority. Who tells the news Tribune that by thanksgiving? The renovated property now called Hyland flats will have a new name and be filled with tenants who desperately need housing sixty two units. There will become part of the housing authority and Tacoma community colleges housing assistance program to house homeless and near homeless TCC students and their families the developer Chad Dunkin enrage the community when he notified the residents, many them on fixed incomes, they would have to move out. So he could renovate dilapidated building the city thought at the time Dunkin would just go market rate with the apartments. But now they credit the owner for striking a deal to create affordable housing there for struggling students. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news..
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"Interstate ninety across no kwami pass ended his promise shortly after sunrise this morning komo's corwin hake reports on the surprising conditions that forced the closure seemingly out of nowhere easter sunday travel was complicated by a sudden winter storm the state patrol tried to keep snoqualmie pass open for holiday travelers but the snow just kept on falling and it was rather sudden especially with the volume of snow has come down state patrol sergeant david porter says troopers responded to more than twenty spinouts and rollovers one of them fatal a pregnant woman from moses lake was killed three other family members were hurt unable to offer a safe crossing the state transportation department and the state patrol shut down the paths both directions from north bend to ellensburg the past reopened at eight am in northbound corwin hake komo news and restrictions do remain in place for crossing the past chains required unless you have an all wheel drive we'll things can give pretty lonely between the eastern washington towns of dusty and dodge geo tabah canadian company specialized specializing in fleet management and vehicle tracking says i weigh one twentyseven which runs between the two towns is the loneliest road in the state according to the spokesman review the company who's traffic counts from two thousand and fifteen to rank the roads komo news time four thirty four here's marina watching the roads as our aaa traffic it's going to be slow northbound i five from the boeing freeway past highway two northbound i five heavy from five twenty into shoreline northbound four zero five really struggling now from just north of five twenty through kirkland and all the way into bothell part of me bothell southbound i five is slow from northgate into downtown seattle we also have slowdowns southbound i five from highway eighteen into the five curve and southbound one six seven really struggling from aldona into sumner and we did have a problem in renton it looks like it's cleared out of the roadway was highway five fifteen otherwise known as talbot both directions near one eighty six they did manage to clear that crash this look at traffic brought to you by layla resort and casino discover the gaming power of one earn points and rewards at all three of your favorite casinos find all the details at today the casino dot com next komo traffic at.
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"Corwin hake why one report says president trump is responsible also on the way a supplemental budget of more than one point two billion dollars now signed by the governor i'm carleen johnson a bit of what's in it and a mixed market on wall street but certainly looking at heck of a lot more positive than yesterday we'll have the numbers for you coming up shortly komo news time twelve noon forty eight degrees downtown from abc news i'm scott goldberg the white house is facing questions about a new report that says last year one of the president's lawyers brought up the idea of pardoning two top aides caught up in the special counsels russia investigation tie cobb at the white house lawyer dealing with the russia investigation says quote no pardons are under discussion or under consideration at the white house that statement comes as the new york times reports a lawyer for president trump discussed the idea of pardons for former aides michael flynn in paul manafort as special counsel robert muller was building cases against them are lex signs abc news washington a federal judge ruled today to attorneys general have the right to bring their lawsuit claiming the president improperly profits from his business the judge said the attorneys general in maryland and in washington dc have legal standing to bring a case alleging violations of the constitutions emoluments clause which prohibits a president from receiving gifts from a foreign government without approval from congress the judge may get dismissed the case on other grounds but for now the president must contend with accu nations he is improperly collecting profits from his luxury hotel in washington the president has claimed his business arrangements posed no conflicts abc's.
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"To coast and students from roosevelt high and all around western washington out of class and into the streets today to protest gun violence and call for change komo's corwin hake reports from rebecca ravenna gathered by the hundreds maybe thousands on the roosevelt high sports field hoisting hand painted signs so silence stop gun violence there should be background check before the nra is allowed to buy a senator at the big picture of a bicep in these the only guns that should be legal meet the new young voice of protest born in the cauldron of the parkland florida school shooting one month ago today made it a lot more real having it being a high school student and having high school students that have just lost their lives i've seen kids in my area who has access to guns and they're bringing those guns around march is taking them from this campus to the university of washington campus for an all city antigun rally many other schools are taking part students tell me their teachers support the walkout but officially their absences from class are unexcused at roosevelt high corwin hake komo news legislation on capitol hill that if approved would allow president trump to send secret service agents to polling places during federal elections as a curator measure that local election officials say they don't want and they don't need in fact has come as pete combs reports many of them see it as an effort to intimidate voters washington secretary of state kim wyman has been studying language and a seemingly routine federal measure funding the department of homeland security she's especially bothered by a provision that would allow the president to send federal agents to the polls at election time really does kind of make me a little nervous nervous why there would be those who would believe that would be to influence the outcome of the election so why even a republican and eighteen other secretaries of state from both parties have sent a letter to house speaker paul ryan and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell to mandate the provision be dropped massachusetts secretary of state william galvin calls the dhs proposal one worthy of a third world country p combs komo news komo news time three or four komo aaa traffic every twenty minutes on the fours we say hello to hear jordan ed could afternoon a and tom looks like we have a new crash in renton northbound one six.