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05:00 min | 1 year ago

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"A procedural vote this afternoon on a rule by which the infrastructure plan and the budget resolution could pass. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected, Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop News Continues on co mo news. 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning. It's eight to under blue sky here in Seattle this morning after some chilly overnight temperatures. It's 55 degrees right now. With Greg Herschel time manufacturer here. The top stories from the Coma 24 7 News center. The latest numbers of new covid cases are rising. And right now no one can predict when this current wave might peak we get more from GMOs. Brian Calvert professor Ken Steadman has been watching Covid since it first arrived here in Washington. And he's watched the other viruses before Covid. It's always I think, In most people's expectations that SARS Kobe two is probably going to become a lot like some of those other ones, and that it will keep coming back. One way to stop. The deadliest covid Strange is to get everyone vaccinated. Still weaker strains may always be a part of our lives for years to come, he says. The fifth wave of infections is proving to be as big as December of 2020 and has the potential to linger longer. Washington recorded 2100 new cases over the weekend, the numbers seems low. But many testing sites aren't open Both Saturday and Sunday. In Oregon, testing sites were open all weekend and there was massive demand. A total of 4700 new cases confirmed there. Brian Calvert, Ammonium Skagit County. The number of new cases is nearing an all time high, where a Max, a mass vaccination site now is going to reopen. We get the update from GMOs Corwin Hicks. Statewide mass vaccination clinics began closing in June as demand sharply declined. Now. Skagit County says it will seek to reopen a mass vaccination site. At the county Fairgrounds in Mount Vernon County Commissioner Lisa Janicki sounded the alarm last Thursday. Our numbers have been high. They're increasing, um, really encouraging people to get that vaccination. As your first line of defense commissioners tell the Skagit County Herald they want to restore vaccinations and covid testing at the county Fairgrounds. Even though doing so might force other fairgrounds events to move. The county is also considering new restrictions on large gatherings. Corwin Hike KOMO News in this state. The latest numbers showed 63% of the eligible population is now fully vaccinated. New research from the University of Washington's Institutes of Health metrics and Evaluation. Find that some parts of the state are seeing higher objection rates to the vaccines. Adams County only has a 35% vaccination rate right now, followed by Cal. It's Stevens, a certain and Okanagan counties coming up on the co Mo Morning news. So many customers so few vehicles to choose from. I'm Carlene Johnson supply chain disruptions still having a huge impact on the auto industry. Say No. Four and we check traffic every 10 minutes on the forest from the Dubin Log Group Traffic Center. Here's Kierra, Jordan. We have a new crash in Puyallup. This is going to be partially blocking our ramp from eastbound 5 12 2 northbound 1675 12 been busy from 94th into the area at Valley Freeway struggles pulling away from 5 12 into Pacific and then it's off and on slowing from 15th Street, Southwest all the way to 405. Or beyond, four or five is packed through rent and lighter slowing in Newcastle. More brake lights out of factorial into downtown Bellevue South down four or five That's going to be heavy out of alder wood, the state route 5 to 2 and then more delays at a totem lake toward 5 20 south on I five busy from the four or five split through shoreline and also crowding as you approach that ship Canal Bridge north on I five that is a struggle from state route 16. To the Tacoma Dome. Backups from the five curve to stay around 18 break. Let's from two 72nd all the way into South centre Seattle's dragging from mid Boeing Field to the convention center North around 509 Still about a 2 2.5 mile backup approaching the First Avenue South Bridge. Our next Cuomo traffic up 8 14 report this time is sponsored by Beacon, plumbing, heating and electrical. We'll begin today and save $50 on all drain cleaning and sewer repair. Just call 1 800 freaking and stop freaking cold beacon. Here's the forecast with meteorologist Kristin Clark warming up well into the seventies this afternoon, mostly sunny, but it could be that milky Sunshine is just a little bit of wildfire Smoke wafted overhead for a hazy sky this afternoon now, eventually, the onshore cleansing ocean breeze kicks in on Wednesday that helps to scour out all that Hayes. And then Thursday into Friday, we welcome back cooling rain showers with highs in the sixties and the common Weather Center meteorologist Kristin Clark Silva Chili in some spots is only 43 degrees in Olympia 40 in Shelton right now. But quite a bit warmer at sea Tac Airport words 57 degrees in the sunshine Come on news time. 807 Covid Vaccines are now required for all state. Wild land. Firefighters more from GMOs Michelle Esteban more than 1650 fires and counting. They have scorched our state this year.

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04:47 min | 1 year ago

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"And history in the Middle East, the United Arab Emirates, opening an embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel. Dave Packer, ABC News Homo News 1000 FM 97 7. Good morning, It is 5 31. We have some clouds in Seattle. Right now. We're expecting a very pleasant day with cooler temperatures. And it's 57 degrees with Greg Hurtle time manufacture. Here are the top stories from the Coma. 24 7 News center. The use of facial recognition software for law enforcement purposes, is now banned at sea Tak airport and other port of Seattle facilities. After the port commissioners took a vote. Some critics say the band doesn't go far enough. And here's CMOS Corwin Hick, the ban on facial recognition means no government and law enforcement surveillance. The ban does not include biometric scans Passengers voluntarily undergo at Gates and checkpoints. Eric Shenfeld with the Port explains. It means that every single person who comes to a port facility whether they're a visitor or a traveler. Should have no fear that biometric technology is capturing their biometrics in a way that they're unaware of critics, Cynthia Speeds tells commissioners awareness is beside the point. The legal definition of surveillance from Cornell law includes covert and overt forms, so giving notice doesn't make it not surveillance, while admitting the band may be flawed, Port commissioners say the Port of Seattle is now the nation's first port authority to restrict use of facial recognition and other biometric surveillance technology. Corwin KOMO news. Now we have the latest numbers on the covid spread in our state, the Health Department reporting 1125 new cases in the past 24 hours. That's the biggest one day total since the end of May 63 more people hospitalized. 22 more deaths, The state has administered nearly eight million doses of vaccine well. They were among the first offer the covid vaccine, But today the number of healthcare workers have refused to be vaccinated. Almost Brian Calvert has more on a new recommendation to require doctors, nurses and Their staffs to get the shot. Samantha Brock Smith is a local emergency room nurse. When offered the vaccine, she enthusiastically said, Yes, the data is there and the science is there. I've talked to so many wonderful colleagues at work, and, um friends who are also in the medical field that they just have a lot of faith in this data, but a number of her colleagues have continued to refuse yesterday. The Society for Healthcare, Epidemiology of America, the Infectious Diseases Society of America and other medical groups asked for a national mandate to vaccinate all U. S. Healthcare workers were still masking gloving washing our hands in a million times a day. But that may not be enough, One man told The News Tribune. When he recently visited ST Anthony Hospital in Gig Harbor workers admitted they hadn't been vaccinated. He said he'd wish he had known that before going in and quote Can't be in that situation and bring anything home. Brian Calvert, Ammonium. Come on news time. 5 34. Let's check the drive traffic. We do that every 10 minutes for you and ski era. Jordan is in the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. So we've been working with a little bit of odd slowing this morning in every South and I five as you're pulling away from the trestle and heading toward 41st, and nothing's ever been reported in the area, and it's not a solid back up just a little bit busier than it usually is. We've also been seeing some crowding, traveling westbound on that trestle right as you're approaching I five South five, also fighting a brief slowdown at the offer of to the Boeing Freeway in Everett. North and I five that has been heavy between Highway 16 and River road. Now we're seeing brake lights. It starts just north of 3/20 out of federal way Breaking free just north of state route 5 16. You can expect a busy busy drive now traveling northbound on the Valley Freeway as you pull away from 5 12 and head toward Jovita in rent and will find a light slow down as you're approaching 405, and we're just beginning to build on north found four or five around sunset. Our next Cuomo traffic at 5, 44 and the traffic sponsored by indeed dot com you need to add a few employees take the fast lane to hiring with indeed visit indeed dot com slash credit. Here's the forecast from meteorologist Kristin Clark. Morning clouds. They're going to be very slow to clear throughout the day, and that is a sign of a stronger pull of that Pacific air moving far inland. Morning clouds Combined with that cool Oceanaire helps to lower the temperature a few degrees today to highs in the sixties along the coast and across speakers sound low to mid seventies for more comfortable feel today. If you travel east of the Cascades, it's triple digit heat for another afternoon, hot and hazy and the common Weather Center meteorologist Kristin Clark in Olympia, cloudy and 54 right now, Puyallup 55. Here in downtown Seattle. Mostly cloudy and 57 KOMO news time. 5 36. There are dramatic changes taking place on Mount Baker's Coleman Glacier. Local photographer who has taken pictures of every glacier in the lower 48 states for geologists. Glaciologists.

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04:36 min | 1 year ago

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"To the states. Listening to ABC News. Stay connected, Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop news continues on Homo news. 1000 FM 97 7. Good morning. It's 802 under cloudy skies in Seattle 55 degrees of the current temperature along with Greg Herschel time manufacture. Here are the top stories from the chemo. 24 7 News Center. Washington's attorney general, is strongly objecting to a plan that settles pharmaceutical giant Purdue's role in the opioid addiction crisis. Settlement, supported by many other state eggs pours millions of dollars into opioid recovery programs, and it forces produce controlling family. The Sackler is to make public millions of internal documents. Purdue manufactured the painkiller OxyContin Washington A G Bob Ferguson says in a statements. The settlement plan quote allows the Sackler is to walk away as billionaires. And create a legal shield protecting them from being held accountable in court. A deadly shooting last night outside of Factorial movie Theater has become Bellevue's second homicide in only three days, and we have more now from GMOs. Corwin Hick. It happened around 8 30, someone shot and fatally wounded a male victim in the parking lot of the Factorial nine theater just off. I 90 early on Bellevue Police captain Darryl McKinney has little to go on the suspect left in a silver car. So we're still trying to figure that out. Checking traffic cams certainly worrisome. This Just Bellevue second homicide in just three days after the Monday shooting in a bar in which a man allegedly targeted his estranged wife. It's concerning right, um, as far as we know that there's no connection. Still, this moviegoer last night left the scene a little shaken up. You don't think it's going to happen so close to you, and it's been happening like so much lately. These two shootings represent Bellevue's only homicide investigations. So far this year. Corwin Hike KOMO NEWS. The Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs says murders in this data up 46% compared to last year fraud cases up 131%. This comes as Washington ranks last in the nation for the number of police officers per 1000 people, and that's a concern for Republican state Senator Mike Patton. Well, it's very alarming to me, too, and I feel it's only gonna get worse after the last legislative session when we took some vital tools away from law enforcement. King County has already matched last year's total number of deadly shootings at eight. Coming up on the KOMO Morning News. I'm Carlene Johnson. The plastic bag ban is not yet in effect because of Covid. But some stores are charging details straight ahead. 804 right now, let's turn our attention to the Thursday morning commute. Kierra Jordan has an update from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Well, we had an earlier issue into coma. We had an aid response. That was partially blocking the north. Um I five offer up to seven. Oh, five. It looks like that ramp has now been reopened through the area. We have a new stall in Seattle. This is going to be south and I five at Michigan, and it looks like they're the left lane is currently blocked. Now then that is causing a backup that extends a little bit past the West Seattle Bridge North and I five has been crowding in Tacoma City Center. Light slowing in C attacking a heavy drive in Seattle from the south and a Boeing field to the convention center or found 99 59 are heavy from Cloverdale to the First Avenue South Bridge. And we've got to line up this morning trying to travel westbound on the Spokane Street Bayda between 95 99. Southbound I five topping the breaks into north Lynnwood, then heavier from 405 through Shoreline. South, Um, four or five is busy out of alder wood to 5 to 2, and we're also quite crowded as we're coming out of totem lake. Meanwhile, north around four or five is heavy beginning south of the Valley Freeway into the Newcastle area and now filling in between 1990 in downtown Bellevue. Our next Cuomo traffic at 8 14. Now for the forecast, Let's turn to Tharon Zahn Sunshine Today After some low clouds this morning highs they're going to be in the mid to upper seventies very pleasant day around western Washington. Tomorrow. We're going to get to our sunshine a bit more quickly that allow us to be a bit warmer. We're going to go to the low eighties on Friday and then low to mid eighties with plenty of sunshine Saturday and Sunday in the couple of the system turns on Come on news. It's gonna be a nice warm day east of the mountains has already sunny and afraid to in 71 degrees and Spokane 67 right now. Here in Seattle. Under cloudy skies 56 degrees, The fire danger remains extremely high in our state caramel. Steve McCarron talked with the National Guard helicopter pilot Ryan Schwind, about what they expect to see two Chinook helicopters. They're ready to go each about 100 ft. Long. They can carry a water bucket filled with about 2000 gallons of water, and depending on how long it takes to travel from the water source to the fire lines. I'm told they can do about 30.

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04:04 min | 1 year ago

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"Stay informed. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues on Homo news. 1000 FM 97 7. Good morning It's five to and we have mostly cloudy skies for a while this morning. 60 degrees. The current temperature along with Greg Herschel time manufacturer here, the top stories from the Coma 24 7 News Center. There's been a shooting early this morning in north Seattle, almost Frank Lindsay reports. Two people were wounded. It was just before one A.m. police were called out to North 137th in Midvale. The two victims, a male and a female were gone. They'd already left for the hospital. Both are expected to survive their wounds. So far, the shooter has not been caught. Seattle Police chief Adrian Diaz is asking for people to lower their guns, says the city and King County see a spike in shootings. I don't see it slowly down hard and honest conversation at Emerald City Bible Fellowship Church. This problem cannot be ignored. SPD chief Adrian Diaz, the pastor and advocates are trying to find ways to curb the gun violence. Rocking the city and county. I need those guns put down were in many ways, killing each other like flies, and that is not the way it was meant to be. We're desperate Right now. We can't have one more shooting, the King County Prosecutor's Office says. So far this year, officers have responded to at least 68 murders or potential murders. Chief Diaz says police have been focused on targeted operations. To get illegal guns off the streets over 170 rounds, casings that we recovered just this weekend couples, Tommy Matassa reports. Diaz believes staffing shortages have affected their ability to build relationships in the community, and Seattle police have made several arrests related to weapons charges. In one case, officers pulled over reportedly stolen car they say inside I found a sawed off rifle and a handgun. The driver was arrested. In another case, Two more people were arrested when police found pellet guns that had been fashioned to look like real handguns. Officers also dealt with a man who had a rifle who they say he went to a park in west Seattle to confront teenagers who were setting off fireworks. Thanks to federal pandemic relief money to come. A police vehicles are about to become equipped with dashboard cameras. We get more from GMOs Corwin Hick. It was only this past March, Tacoma finally finished outfitting 257 patrol officers with uniform mounted body cams in response to calls for greater police transparency. Now, the news Tribune reports, the city will spend $2 million in federal American rescue plan money to install dash cams on some 200 marked police vehicles. In April. Tacoma police captain Christopher Travis made the case for dash cams. This option would allow us for would allow for increased visibility into patrol activities, such as recording events leading up to a citizen contact with officers. Additional federal money will go toward expanding the body Cam program to include non patrol officers and non uniformed police detectives. Corwin KOMO news. It's 54. Here's what's coming up after we check traffic and weather. Our governor issues a statewide state of emergency for wildfire risk. There are now burn restrictions. I'm Carlene Johnson, with details move to end. What supporters call discrimination ends up before another judge, I'm Brian Calvert, with the decision that impacts both renters and landlords. First Let's check your early drive, Romo traffic every 10 minutes from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Centre, Kierra, Jordan. Good morning. Good morning, Amanda and Greg. So we're already off to a pretty busy start right now in Tacoma heavier than we tend to see this time of day. I've seen those brake lights coming on right around Highway 16, and then you're finding relief. By the time you're reaching River Road. I've looked at all my camera shots. I don't see anything currently blocking. It's just Lot busier than it tends to be right now. Normally this time of day and the North beyond 167 that's finding its regular slowdowns as you're traveling from. I wait for 10 toward 24th and in Everett Brief, slow down south, the 95 at the offer him to state route 5 to 6 our next Cuomo traffic at 5 14. Now for the forecast, here's meteorologist Christian Clark. We had to dust off the old Doppler radar this morning as we were tracking the first rain that we have seen in some parts of our areas.

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04:25 min | 1 year ago

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"Hungary, Slovakia and Iraq later this year Plane carrying 28 people in Far eastern Russia believed to have crashed into the sea All on board are believed to have died. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues on Homo news. 1000 FM 97 7. Good morning. It's 802. And it is foggy here in many parts of western Washington this morning, but a nice day ahead. We'll tell you more about that coming up. And right now in Seattle, it's 58 degrees, along with Greg Herschel time manufacturer here, the top stories from the come out 24 7 news Center. We start in Bellevue this hour, where a woman was shot to death last night at a tavern, GMOs Frank Lindsay has the details. Just after 10 o'clock. Police were called to Sam's Tavern near North East Ninth Street and 108th Avenue Northeast. Witnesses told officers a man had shot a woman there. The suspect fled on foot. But after an extensive search, police found the 34 year old man and arrested him just before midnight. Major marked Tarantino says This was a domestic violence homicide Frank Lindsay Cuomo knew the exact relationship between the men and women is not clear. Body camera footage reveals Seattle police officers raised quite a ruckus when they raided a Puyallup house connected to a federal drugs and guns investigation. We'll get more on this from GMOs, Corwin Hick officers in tactical gear pounded on the door of the Puyallup House early on June 30th. Shouted. They had a warrant, then burst through the door yelling for anyone inside to hit the floor. Please get down, boy! Sit down. Sit down, boys for the search. A police flashlight points up a dark staircase and officer shouts Gun got one officer fires three shots, wounding a suspect in the lower body. He was hospitalized with non life threatening wounds. Two guns were recovered on the staircase. The Seattle officers were there as part of a federal investigation into an organized crime ring trafficking in drugs and guns, police say. On June 30th alone, they arrested 12 suspects seized 84 guns and 5000 fentanyl pills and impounded $120,000 in cash. Corwin Hike. KOMO News. The Pierce County Sheriff's Office is investigating after a homeowner shot and killed an intruder in his house. Deputies say an inebriated man had parked outside the home in gig Harbor Sunday night, then broke a window and crawled into the house for the homeowner to hear all that ruckus going on for this person be coming up the stairs yelling at them. It was him and his wife upstairs, and the homeowner decided to defend themselves. He was armed with a firearm and shot the intruder. Unfortunately, the intruder diet Sergeant Darren Moss says the dead man has family living in the area and might have been trying to go to their house. The homeowner was not arrested. Coming up on the Comeau morning news. New fires started over the weekend near Cini and in East Wenatchee, forcing hundreds from their homes. The very latest straight ahead. I'm Carlene Johnson. I'm Brian Calvert, with the new exceptions at the border and when more of us might be able to freely visit Canada. 804 right now. Traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the forest from the Dubin logger of Traffic Center. Here's Kierra, Jordan. We continue to work with one blocking problem. This is westbound state Route five to to just west of the Snohomish River. It's been partially blocking the roadway and you've been using the shoulder to get past. It's causing about a mile back up at this point, and we're going to find off and on slowing us southbound four or five traveling out of alder Wood, the state route five to to actually extending just south of 5 to 2. Meanwhile, north, um four or five is heaviest from the Valley Freeway to sunset and were slow and go into Newcastle and then more delays that of Factorial and into downtown Bellevue. That Valley Freeway is dragging from 5 12 to Jovita and also quite busy from to 12 to 405. North by 95 hitting the brake pedal through Tacoma City Center. More brake lights from three 75th. The highway 18 Plus were crowding out of federal way. And in Seattle, it's a real struggle from a bell al bro to the convention center in North bound +509 and 99 been getting back to approaching the First Avenue South Bridge south of +95, scattered slowing out of Linwood and into the shoreline area. Our next Cuomo traffic up 8 14 a look at the weather. Now, here's meteorologist Kristin Clark, contending with dense fog and spots out there for the morning commute. All these low clouds and fog will gradually clear to afternoon sun, And with that slightly warmer conditions today with high speaking in the low eighties, now cooler weather those on the way Wednesday.

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03:48 min | 1 year ago

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"Will continue to search feverishly as we have done all along. In the parts of the collapse that we currently have access to the other potential threat to the operation is churning off the coast of South America. Tropical Storm Elsa has become Hurricane Elsa and is creeping towards South Florida. Jim Ryan ABC News This Fourth of July, has Americans venturing out lines longer than they bend for a long time at the security checkpoint at Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta Airport this morning. The says that yesterday more than 2.1 million passengers were screened at U. S airports not just higher than last year but higher than 2019 before the pandemic began. The billionaire space race. Virgin Galactic founder Sir Richard Branson announcing you'll be among the six people on board a wing rocketship. His company is going to launch from New Mexico as soon as July, 11th days ahead of Amazon founder Jeff Bas. Oh, it's been painted as a race. Honestly, I don't think either of us see it that way. Meanwhile, Bezos will be among the passengers when his blue origin company launches its first space flight on July 20th. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop news continues on Homo news. 1000 FM 97 7. Good morning, It's seven to starting the day with cloudy skies at 62 in downtown Seattle. Greg herself has the day off on manufacture near the top stories from the Coma. 24 7 News Center. This holiday weekend will be the first in more than a year without pandemic restrictions, meaning many of us likely are going to find ways to celebrate. Almost Brian Calvert tells us just don't plan on doing it with a bang. It's already started in Peter's neighborhood. You can just feel it rattle. You. He enjoys fireworks on the fourth, but this it is unnerving even for us. For the first time. Mercer Island joins the growing list of cities banning fireworks of any kind, mostly because of potential fire danger. The city of Seattle will light up all of its play fields, the 4th and 5th to discourage fireworks. Lands Commissioner Hillary Franz this year has started and it's looking far worse than last year. She's referring to the number of fire calls already this summer. The heat earlier this week dried out the state even more, She reminds you any state lands are off limits. For anything that has a fuse. There are a handful of cities like Auburn, Enumclaw and Snoqualmie, allowing fireworks this year, but only on the fourth of July. Brian Calvert Comeau News, Safe and Sane is a slogan that once referred to legally sold fireworks will now firefighters are pleading for a safe and saying holiday weekend across a wide spectrum of potential hazards. Almost Corwin Hick explained from wildfires to boating mishaps to heat related illnesses. Firefighters are usually first to respond when things go sideways on the fourth. Right now it's the tinder dry conditions that pose the biggest risk. One little spark is all it takes to start a big fire. That's Christie Villi, with Mary's Ville Fire district, urging her community to consider skipping the fireworks this year. The laws are in place because the risk is so high. Local first responders also worry about the heat. Not only potential heat related illnesses, but also windows opened wide to relieve the heat. They're a dangerous toddler magnet, even if all from a first story can be very serious, he says. Mesh screens over your windows are no guarantee of safety. She points out screens are only strong enough to keep bugs out, not Children in instead, she says. Use stoppers to limit window openings to four inches, Corwin Hey, Como news with the potential for more fires. This could be a smoky summer the state Emergency Management Division tweeted last night. It might be a good time to get filters for your house and box fans. Come on news time 704 and coming up. It will only make the drug problem worse. I'm Carlene Johnson. Some sheriffs critical of the state's new, more lax drug possession law. First to check on.

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03:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Process takes time takes time to evaluate the current conditions, being planning for the demolition scheme and then the actual on site preparations for the demo, he says. FEMA will bring in more sensors to monitor the parts of the building. Still standing for the safety of the crews have worked down below. Jim Ryan ABC News, The Trump Organization and its longtime CFO Alan Weiss. Alberg have pleaded not guilty to a string of tax fraud charges related to fringe benefits. ABC legal analyst Dan Abrams says the former president himself seems to be the ultimate target of the investigators. Donald Trump signed some of the checks at issue here. And you have to believe that this is the beginning of the investigation. Why? Solberg was released without bail. But he could face years in prison if he doesn't turn on the former president. Ailsa has become the first name hurricane of the season. The storm closing in on ST Lucia and Barbados. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop news continues on co mo news. 1000 FM 97 7. It's 602. It's the comb all morning news. We have mostly cloudy skies in downtown Seattle is 62 degrees right now. Greg has the day off. I'm manufacture And here are the top stories from the coma. 24 7 News center Well as the majority of us head out to enjoy the holiday weekend, she's being warned against using fireworks. Camels Brian Calvert reports are either illegal or an extreme fire danger. Let's start there with state lands commissioner Hillary Friends. We are in a very dangerous situation where fire is too easy to start and too easy to spread. Hundreds of calls have come in already this year on state Forest land, so France reminds you that any forest area is off limits. To the red glare of rockets and any other device with a fuse. The warning trickles down to the city and county level, as well with the list of places where fireworks are banned, just adding Mercer Island in the city of Seattle, the lights on all play fields will be on to discourage you from turning these locations into blast zones. It's a relief for parents like Peter. It just kind of reverberates through your house, and we have 10 month old that's trying to sleep at that time. There are a handful of cities like Auburn, Enumclaw and Snoqualmie that do allow fireworks, but only on July 4th. The majority of other local cities have banned all types of the explosives and promised to have police departments writing citations this weekend. Brian Calvert. Common use firefighters around the area. Expect to be very busy this weekend. Camels Corwin Hick reports. They're hoping you'll help make their jobs a bit easier. Thankfully, temperatures will fall well short of triple digits over the long weekend. Still, firefighters including Christie, Villi with Mary's Ville Fire district are bracing for heat related trouble. Her primary concern is unsurprising. We're particularly concerned about the fire danger through the July for holiday, with so many people planning on celebrating with fireworks, personal fire. Works are illegal in many jurisdictions this year, and for good reason. We are very, very dry, ironically, water, maybe the weekend second biggest threat. It doesn't matter if you're a strong swimmer or an athlete or a bodybuilder. Our waters are still very cold. Right now pull water can send your body into shock. The solution could not be simple or, she says, while in the water where life jacket Corwin Hike KOMO News with the potential for more fires. This could be a smoky summer, the Washington Emergency Management Division tweeted last night. This might be a good time to get filters for your house and box fans. When the smoke gets really bad, like we saw last summer, the department says, We're in 95 or K n 95 mask. If you have to be outside come on news time 64 and coming up more members of law enforcement speaking out about the changes made to our states Drug possession law. I'm Carlene Johnson.

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04:17 min | 1 year ago

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"ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen. Even though coronavirus cases have dropped significantly, Americans are still dying each day, according to Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Center, the death toll topping 600,000 today. Now, new research suggests the disease arrived earlier and that the death toll is likely high. An analysis of blood samples from 24,000 Americans taken in early 2020 is the latest and largest study. To suggest that Covid 19 may have popped up in the U. S not in January or February of that year, but possibly December, 2019 weeks before the first official cases, the analysis is not definitive. But federal health officials are increasingly accepting the new timeline. It's long been thought. The U. S death toll may be an undercount, and that may be further supported if the disease was spreading in the U. S earlier than previously known. Mark Remillard, ABC News President Biden in Geneva, Switzerland, for tomorrow's summit with Russia's Vladimir Putin. ABC News chief Global Affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz says the events from the past few weeks and the G seven and NATO summits gives us an idea with the president's message will be all Biden seems to be going right out of a diplomatic map. He talks about him as a worthy adversary, a little flattery. They're a little respect there, but very tough talk, so he is really laying out his red lines exactly what he wants exactly what he expects, But you never know what's going to happen in these things. A computer glitch for Southwest Airlines began Monday and left thousands stranded seems to be getting worked out. For a second day in a row. Southwest Airlines had issues with the computer system and for a second day in a row, it meant nationwide. Southwest like We're grounded and delayed after the FAA issued a temporary ground stop for Southwest planes, The airline tells us Now it's system is back up and running, and it's in the process of resuming normal operations. Still, though, in many places the impacts are being felt maybe sees Alex Stone You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues on KOMO News. 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon. Come on news time, 12 I'm Taylor van size. Our top stories from the chemo 24 7 News Center, one of the lowest numbers of new covid infection since the start of the pandemic was reported by the State Health Department just 258 new cases confirmed yesterday. Though you do need to keep in mind that testing numbers are down significantly and testing sites that remain open, usually close or have limited hours over the weekend. So later this week we might see another little bump up. A local professor says. Confrontations between those who mask and those who don't will continue. For at least a couple different reasons. The shouting matches over masks go from 0 to 100 very quickly. Friends. You're coming close that I refused to comply with, U W behavioral scientist Joshua Liao says. We cue off of others in terms of what we ought to do, and when we see others around us, not conforming to certain rules or policies. It increases the likelihood that we won't follow those policies, either. It could become a larger issue now because Oregon is the only West Coast states still requiring masks for everyone unless Businesses willing to verify vaccination status. If Portland is go to other areas where they're not. They don't have a certain policies or rules. You can imagine potentially that seeing that behavior may actually undercut the commitment to doing that. Areas, even where there are those policies, while the professor still things wearing masks and social distancing is still the right thing to do. It's also clear that uniform policies that apply to everyone have much more success. Brian Calvert Common use the website. Our state uses two billion for certain highways and bridges is going to go dark for a couple of weeks and you're still going to have to pay the tolls go most, Corwin Hick explains. Starting July 2nd, the state Transportation Department shuts down It's good to go website for two weeks to effect a change over to a new toll billing system. That doesn't mean tolls are free cameras will still read good to go passes. And the state says it's important for pass holders to ensure they have enough money in their accounts to cover the two week dark period because you won't be able to replenish your account or pay bills. During that time, cameras will still capture the license plates of those without good to go passes and bill the drivers.

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05:15 min | 1 year ago

"corwin hick" Discussed on KOMO

"The first an update from ABC News. Good morning. It's six o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston meetings with European Union leaders, NATO officials and royalty or in the rear view mirror for President Biden. Now it's time to get ready for tomorrow's face to face with. Vladimir Putin, ABC News chief White House correspondent to see you. Vega is traveling with the president in Brussels, Sources say the president has been deep in preps. Briefing at least once a day, the White House assembling a team of experts on Russia, including a former National Security Council official from the Trump administration, who once said she considered faking a medical emergency to stop that now infamous press conference where Trump sided with Putin over his own intelligence community. President Biden says his goal is to avoid conflict. And stabilize relations. The president and Putin will give separate press conferences following their meeting. Heatwave across the West has people in seven states on the lookout for extreme temperatures and the possibility of wildfires. It also has those in Texas, bracing for possible power outages lay off the air conditioner at least a little. The same issue that left millions without electricity in the depths of winter is back. We are deeply concerned about the Issues associated with all of these plants that are offline. But Warren last year of the taxes great operator is at a loss to explain why the power plants are down. Just a week ago, Bill was signed into law intended to address the grid problems. Critics say it didn't go far enough, Jim really in ABC NEWS Dallas Mask mandates are being lifted in California even as the country sits on the verge of 600,000 deaths from Covid 19. Pamela Addison from New Jersey lost her husband last year. It is heartbreaking for me to see this number, because when my husband died, it was only 60,000 people and I could never in my wildest dreams imagined that we would be here today in the Atlanta area, a grocery store clerk asked a customer to put on the mask He left got a gun, police say, came back and shot the clerk to death. Security Guard fire back, wounding the gunman. The guard also wounded you're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop news continues on Homo news. 1000 FM 97 7. Good morning, It's 62. And we're seeing some partially clear skies in Seattle. At the moment. It's 55 degrees Greg Herschel time manufacturers. Here are the top stories from the chemo. 24 7 News Center. Well is California emerges from the pandemic and fully reopens today, people here say. We should be doing the same thing we get more from camels, Brian Calvert. Several people have said. If you add the number of federal and military vaccinations, Washington is actually closer to 68% vaccinated. We need to get those military numbers in and All of a and, uh and hopefully that will make a big difference to us. Anthony Anton with the State Hospitality Association has been passing around a petition asking for an opening today, something governor Inslee likely isn't going to allow, he says. The state is still not projected to get at the goal of 70% vaccinated until the end of the month. And that's when Washington will reopen. And so the sooner we can begin digging ourselves out of this hole. The more likely it is, we'll be able to catch up to our creditors and the other folks that have been patient with us up to this time. So Republican State representative JT Wilcox says, quote we should open up. The people of Washington have come through on that, and we should open up immediately. Brian Calvert Ammonium. There are more indications that scammers are trying to take advantage of the vaccination incentive lottery in this state, and the attorney general's office advises you to be very wary of calls that come from out of state numbers. Official calls will only come from the 253 or 564 area codes. Also watch out for callers that demand a social security number or banking information over the phone callers that say you have to pay a fee to claim a prize 258 new cases of Covid 19 were confirmed by the State Health Department yesterday. That's one of the lowest numbers we've seen since the start of the pandemic. That low number may simply be a sign of the Times. Numbers at the beginning of the week tend to be lower anyway, because most testing sites are closed at least part of the weekend. There are also fewer testing sites in general these days, and the number of tests says decreased significantly. There's more people are vaccinated. A newly passed ordinance says that food delivery apps may no longer deliver meals from a Seattle restaurant without the restaurants written permission. Almost Corwin Hick explains, the City Council's ordinance intends to restore control to restaurants who in some cases have no idea door dash or Uber eats are offering their menus online. Lorena Gonzalez, his City council president, This bill is going to be instrumental in helping restaurants by ensuring their presence on a delivery platform is in their hands and their control. Without the restaurants. Cooperation of delivery APP might offer an old menu with items no longer available that can hurt a restaurant's reputation. And it's an issue for delivery. Drivers to rivers should not have to suffer financially because of this, nor should restaurants take the hit when they have no idea how to customers ordering From an out of date menu. Going forward delivery apps would have to sign an agreement with the restaurant to offer their menu. The ordinance passed the full council. It still needs the mayor's signature. Corwin Hike, KOMO News Now on the KOMO Morning news. We'll see what the drive looks like and get an update from the Dubin logger of Traffic Center with.

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03:54 min | 1 year ago

"corwin hick" Discussed on KOMO

"97 7 Good morning, It is six Oh, two. We're starting to see some clear skies to some of the early morning cloudiness. It's 61 degrees in Seattle, along with Greg Herschel Time man. The factor of near the top stories from the coma 24 7 News Center. Vote later today could create the nation's first county wide ban on facial recognition software, and we get the update from comas Corwin Hick. The Metropolitan King County Council vote is likely to Ban County government, especially law enforcement from using facial recognition technology to match faces in video and photos with criminal suspects. The tech has been shown to routinely misidentify non white faces. Especially struggling with Asians and black women. At a council hearing in April, security researchers Cynthia Speeds made the case against when he's error prone technologies are used by police departments. This could lead to violations of the Fourth Amendment, wrongful imprisonment or even death. The council vote could make King County the nation's first county to ban the tech for governmental use, following the example of cities including Boston and Portland. There is one exception here. Law enforcement could employ facial recognition when the case involves a missing or exploited child, Corwin Hey CO Moh news the council set to vote on this measure this afternoon at one o'clock. Also on the agenda today, the Tacoma City Council will hold a special meeting to get an update on the Manny Ellis case. Ellis is the man who died in March of last year while in police custody, and last week, three Tacoma police officers were charged in connection with his death. All three have pleaded not guilty. They have gotten out of jail on bond. Today's council meeting is set to begin at noon. There's more demand, so the city of Seattle is demanding more. Kumble's Brian Calvert has more on new parking rates effective today. For months Now, you've been able to use street parking all over the city of Seattle for about 50 cents an hour. That changes today as most rates in the downtown core as well as Queen and South Lake Union and Capitol Hill go up another 50 cents to $1 an hour. According to the Seattle D O T blogged rates will be reviewed again next quarter. So expect another increase. Then there's another change coming that could impact you. Even if you're not headed to Seattle, the state Department of Transportation is changing vendors for its good to go pass program. Ah, whole thing will be offline for two weeks beginning mid June, the D O T is advising you pad You're good to go account now because you won't be able to during that time. Also. You won't be built till July 1st, which means frequent bridge tunnel in H O V Lane, users could see a pretty large charge all at once. Brian Calvert Co ammonium 604. Here's what's coming up after we check traffic and weather to keep their native American mascots and imagery. Some school district's pushing back on the new law. I'm Carleen Johnson. First Let's check the driver Komal traffic every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center here, Jordan. What do you see? Well, I'm seeing slowing on north and by five is you're trying to make your way into the nous Squali area. I think it's just due to the sun shining right into your eyes. They don't see anything currently blocking into coma. We're busy highway 16 to the tea down, will find crowding in federal way to an area. North 3 20 If that's where we've had a crash sitting over on the shoulder, there's also some slowing around state route. 5 16 and in Seattle, expect brake lights between Michigan in the West Seattle Bridge and a miner's slow down again at the convention center. We see lighter, slowing on eastbound 5 12 between Meridian and the Valley Freeway, which is then going to thicken up from highway 4 10. To Joe Beatem will also be back on that brake pedal, beginning just south of 180th. The four or five and north found four or five facing delays between Talbot and Northeast 30th Our next Cuomo traffic out 6 14. Now for the forecast, we head to the Coma Forecast Center, and here's meteorologist Kristen Clarke. Taste of summer heat today and just fitting today is the beginning of meteorological Summer highs across peaches sound will be in the eighties, some of the hottest locations being South Sound Olympia to coma in the east side of King County, where highs will be in the mid to upper eighties. Go for.

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King County, Washington Facial Recognition Ban Vote Set for Today

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:01 min | 1 year ago

King County, Washington Facial Recognition Ban Vote Set for Today

"Vote later today could create the nation's first county wide ban on facial recognition software, and we get the update from comas Corwin Hick. The Metropolitan King County Council vote is likely to Ban County government, especially law enforcement from using facial recognition technology to match faces in video and photos with criminal suspects. The tech has been shown to routinely misidentify non white faces. Especially struggling with Asians and black women. At a council hearing in April, security researchers Cynthia Speeds made the case against when he's error prone technologies are used by police departments. This could lead to violations of the Fourth Amendment, wrongful imprisonment or even death. The council vote could make King County the nation's first county to ban the tech for governmental use, following the example of cities including Boston and Portland. There is one exception here. Law enforcement could employ facial recognition when the case involves a missing or exploited child, Corwin Hey CO Moh news the council set to vote on this measure this afternoon at

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KOMO

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"corwin hick" Discussed on KOMO

"We'll be able to get to face forward and back to normal sooner rather than later. Brian countered. Colonials Seattle gig workers, including food delivery drivers are hoping that the pandemic inspires new minimum pay protection combos, Corwin Hick explains. The pandemic has led to an explosion of drivers who contract with acts like door dash and uber eats. Scraping out a living, delivering food and other necessities from stores and restaurants to your doorstep. It's a relationship. Seattle drivers, including Kimberly Kelley have complained is exploitive minimum wage is not right that any of these companies pay less than that Seattle did pass a pandemic premium pay law assuring drivers get an extra 2 50 a trip. That law is set to expire, though The Seattle Times reports a new bill the City Council is considering would require delivery APS to pay drivers the equivalent of the city's $16 per hour. Minimum wage, plus expenses. Corwin Hey CO Moh news coming up on Come on news. I'm Ryan Harris with Y. State health officials say the E. Coli outbreak linked to yogurt might be the tip of the iceberg. But first the 2 34, a couple traffic update from the Dubin, Long Group Traffic Center and Marina. Well, we are looking at slow down south found four or five at I 90 south on I five getting a bit heavier from 5 20 down towards I 90 in Seattle south and I five into the five reveal. See that starting to slow down right around the Pierce County line into five north on I five quite slow by Highway seven in Tacoma, and we've had a long term issue in Seattle. The intersection of Stuart Street and Second Avenue. The traffic lights not working right, so they're flashing treat that isn't always stop. Let's look at traffic is sponsored by Puget Sound Energy is Covert Bill Assistance program. With hardship comes help. Puget Sound Energy is offering energy bill Assistance of up to $2500 per customer. Visit PSE dot com slash cove it today to see if you qualify. You're next. Come on Traffic at 2 44. Now, the coma forecast for meteorologists. Kristen Clarke, sometimes change is good. Long Gone are days of blue sky. Now we're looking at cooling clouds and.

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KOMO

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"corwin hick" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop news continues on CO Moh news 1000 FM 97 7. Good morning It is 502 Tuesday morning has arrived in downtown Seattle. Many other places We have mostly cloudy skies. 37 degrees, along with Greg Herschel Time Man. The factor here. The top stories from the Coma. 24 7 News Center engine Trouble forced a Boeing 7 57 that was bound for Seattle to make an emergency landing in Salt Lake City. Delta flight landed safely. This passenger telling Co Moh news she could hear something was wrong. It started sounding like a dentist's office with the scratching and metal on metal. It happened just two days after the engine of a Boeing Triple seven exploded over Colorado and forced an emergency landing there, and federal transportation investigators are focusing on a fan blade as they look into the Triple Seven engine explosion. We get more from comas. Corwin Hick National Transportation Safety Board chair Robert Sumwalt describes the loud bang that alerted the flight crew. There was trouble aboard United Flight 3 28 from Denver to Honolulu and an air speed of about 280 knots. A loud bang was heard on the cockpit voice recorder and increased vibrations were recorded from the number two engine. The plane returned safely to Denver, but the exploded engine rained parts across a wide suburban swath. Among the parts recovered. Some Walt says investigators quickly zeroed in on one of the engines. 22 fan blades. A preliminary on scene exam indicates damage consistent with metal fatigue. Sumwalt says another fan blade fractured in flight striking the others, he says investigators have now completed crew interviews. Next comes the throw engine inspection. Plus analysis of the plane's data recorders. Corwin Hey co Moh news family of a 77 year old woman who died from injuries after falling down an escalator has been awarded more than $3 million. This happened in 2017 Bernie's kick. Oona, a disabled amputee, was traveling through Portland International Airport, and her family says she was unable to get gate transportation due to a miscommunication, so she decided to try to go down the escalator herself in her wheelchair. The jury found Alaska Airlines was 90% responsible. After kick Oona fell 21 steps in her wheelchair, trying to get down that escalator by herself. Coming up on the Comal. Morning News, the city of Edmund's loses another legal round over it's safe storage gun ordinance. I'm Carling Johnson. It's 504. It's the comb all morning news where you get traffic every 10 minutes on the force from the dupe in law Group Traffic Center. Good morning, Kierra. Good morning, so we don't have any blocking crashes or stalls. Right now. I am seeing a bit of slowing on north at 167. As you're approaching 24th now in false city. We have the closure of West Snoqualmie River Road between South East 19th and told Hill Road. This is due to flooding in the area. And we had to the mountains where Steven's past remains closed due to the threat of avalanche, who do have Snoqualmie pass open. Their traction tires are going to be required our next Cuomo traffic out 5 14 look at the weather. Now. Here's meteorologist Kristen Clarke of the Coma forecast Team more travel woes over the Cascades. Today we still have ongoing avalanche danger, but also heavy snow and high wiz, really reducing the visibility's so expect more delays. Cross Caskey travel today for the lowlands will get in a period of sun here this morning. Translated to afternoon showers and maybe even a pop up thunderstorm close to the Cascade foothills and a thunderstorm that develops capable of producing small hail and maybe a clap of thunder. So something to keep an eye out here this afternoon and the common Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clark and Ellen and partly cloudy this morning, It's 39 here in downtown Seattle, mostly cloudy than 37 High avalanche. Danger continues in the Cascades, especially on Stevens Pass, where a slide covered part of highway to overnight. Almost Tammy Matassa has more from sky coma on a treacherous night along Highway two or nest of a bear was one of the last truck drivers allowed to cross Stevens path after unrelenting snow and high avalanche danger force part of us to to shut down overnight. He's so hard tonight. Take care. Be careful for everybody. You don't need calm down. Calm 35 years is that worse? Stein from Snoqualmie to Stevens Pass snowslides have been piling up debris on highways, The Northwest Avalanche Center says stacked up snow. Heavy rain, warmer temperatures and strong winds are the perfect recipe for destructive avalanche is I'm not really tipping the balance for this snow pack and driving these very an extremely dangerous avalanche conditions. The worst part of our nest Does journey is over. First, responders warn. If you don't have to be out in the back country, don't he's so car is so dangerous for tonight. Please don't come. Representatives of drug maker Johnson.

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Suspect killed in officer-involved shooting in Seattle's Central District

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Suspect killed in officer-involved shooting in Seattle's Central District

"Shot a man to death last night after they say he fired on them at the scene of a central district homicide. We get more from Cuomo's Corwin Hick. Gunshots erupted near 23rd in Massachusetts around 9 15 last night. When Seattle officers arrived, a man began firing it. Then officers returned fire and killed the gunman. Moments later, officers found two women in a car both shot multiple times. One of those victims has died. Seattle police Assistant Chief Deanna Nolan says investigators are still piecing together what happened. We believe that the there was some sort of a relationship. Between the suspect and the victims, and we believe that the suspect may have lived in this area. No lead is well aware police use of deadly force is always controversial. Although police have made no mention of race, some social media posts are already characterizing the incident as another black man killed by police being open Transparent investigation or probes ongoing, led by the Seattle Police Force Investigation Unit. Corwin

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Officer-involved shooting in Seattle's Central District

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Officer-involved shooting in Seattle's Central District

"Seattle police officers shot and killed an armed man. It happened last night in the central district, the gunman suspected of shooting two people, one of whom has now died. We get the details from Cuomo's Corwin Hick. It was about 9 15 last night when officers responded to an active shooting in the 2300 block of South Massachusetts Street. Seattle police assistant chief DNA and let says officers actually heard gunshots as they pulled up and quickly found themselves fired upon. They pulled up in front of the North West African American Museum, at which time a suspect came around the corner from the parking lot. And began firing at officers returned fire and hit the suspect that unidentified man died. Officers quickly found two victims at the scene both shot multiple times. One of the victims has since died. No, let's says it's too early for more details. The investigation will be conducted by the Seattle Police Department by the Force Investigation unit. With oversight by the Office of Professional Accountability. One more note. Anti police protesters showed up at the press briefing near the shooting scene, where they yelled profanities at news crews.

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03:09 min | 1 year ago

"corwin hick" Discussed on KOMO

"1000 FM 97 7, It is 5 31 Wednesday morning is here. We're in for some sunshine today. Don't let it shock you. It's 41 degrees in Seattle right now, With Greg Herschel Time benefactor here. The top stories from the camo 24 7 News Center Jeff Bezos has decided to step down as chief executive of Amazon to focus on other passions, and it's a momentous transition for the man who came to Seattle in 1988. Launch one of the most successful companies in history. We get more from Kemal's Corwin Hick in an email to employees, Basil says. This fall, he will step away from daily activities that Amazon to become executive chair of the Amazon board. The new CEO will be Amazon Web services head, Andy Jassy. Analyst Ed Anderson with business consultant. Gardner says the move comes as base those has fully achieved his vision for what Amazon could be not to say that there's not more growth ahead. But he certainly has achieved what he set out to do. What he did was nothing short of changing how people shop for almost everything. But Anderson says it's more than that was really showed The world is how technology can transform the market. When applied in the right ways and at the right pace. Technology can transform an industry really any industry in the process. For better or worse, he also transformed the Seattle skyline, its economy, and critics have said the city's essential character as well. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news is on his way to pay nearly $62 million to settle off Federal Trade Commission claim that the company withheld tips. From flex delivery drivers. Flex drivers deliver goods from Amazon in their own cars. The Seattle Times reports. The FTC says that the settlement will be used to compensate those drivers frustration. He is mounting over the struggle to find covert 19 vaccines. Help boost the supply. The federal government is planning to send doses to thousands of pharmacies as early as next week Close. Taman Natasa spoke to a multi generational family that's desperate to get vaccinated. This family is living, saying this process shouldn't be this hard. So three people in their home qualified to get vaccinated, but every time they sign up Everything is gone. It shouldn't be the most frustrating thing of your life. Cathy Linderoth is fuming. The elementary school staff member is 62 living with her 88 year old mom and 65 year old husband in a multi generational home Despite hunting for a vaccine, none of them have been able to find one. I stay up nights worrying about my going to get it in time before something happens to my mom or my husband and myself. It shouldn't be like this, she says. Every appointment fills up in minutes. I mean, Literally. How many websites can you look at it? I mean Walgreens, Safeway, Albertsons, Thurston County, Mason County. How many champers and go on. It's crazy now in an urgent push to speed up shots and arms, the Biden administration said Starting next week, one million doses will be shipped directly to pharmacies across the country. Coming up on the comm. All morning news warning for those tempted to boast on Brian Calvert and showing that vaccination card on social media is a really bad idea. Coladas time. 5 34 now traffic.

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KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"corwin hick" Discussed on KOMO

"With the chance of a rain snow mix lasting and parts of the area later on this week in the coma, Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clark it's mostly cloudy and 37 in downtown Seattle Comeau news time Now, 7 36, the mayor of Tacoma, says she's heartbroken by the turmoil in her city. Over the weekend, it began with a police officer plowing his patrol car into a crowd blocking the street. And it continued, with protesters rampaging through downtown to get more from Cuomo's Corwin Hick lets a coma officer confronting a street racing crowd near ninth and Pacific Saturday night, says he feared for his life when he drove his patrol SUV into a group of Spectators, sending two to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. Witness Cory Lee says many more were toppled. Others were definitely Hey, we're flying over the windshield like it looked like something out of a zombie movie. Outraged protesters took to the streets last Night to march against police brutality, they said a large bonfire in the ST elsewhere, they damaged buildings, including breaking windows of the downtown City County building. It's heartbreaking for me and emotional Tacoma Mayor Victoria Woodard's tries to come to grips with the turmoil not only bear how did sex me but I think deeply about how it effects. Everyone who lives here. The officer who drove into the crowd is on paid administrative leave pending an investigation. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news Tacoma community has an opportunity to come to grips with all of this at a serious of gatherings today online. The Tacoma City Council convenes a virtual meeting at 4 30 this afternoon, and the police advisory Board meets using zoom at six protesters marched through the streets of downtown Seattle Saturday afternoon, but thanks remained peaceful. Meanwhile, interim Seattle police chief Adrian Diaz says his officers are going to start cracking down when demonstrators turned violent and destructive. This announcement comes following the demonstration Wednesday night or windows were broken and other vandalism took plates, Diaz says. If those issues arise again, they'll face it head on. We were doing our part in making those arrests. But now.

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03:11 min | 2 years ago

"corwin hick" Discussed on KOMO

"66 year old was kidding and did not go past the fencing. Part of downtown Seattle was shut down Saturday after a man told police he had a bomb inside his truck right outside the FBI's Seattle headquarters. More on this from Kemal's Patrick Quinn just after one o'clock, officials say, a 34 year old man intentionally set his own car on fire to get the attention of the police. And when fire and police crews arrived, he told them he had a bomb in his truck. Police shut down downtown Seattle is they investigated but found no bomb and towed away the truck authorities were trying to figure out why the man made the threat in the first place. But the head of Seattle's FBI field offices for now Paul is calm here in Washington ahead of Inauguration Day, a Republican member of Congress is implying the president Trump may have withheld federal aid to wildfire victims in our state. Because he doesn't like Governor Jay Endsley almost, Corwin Hick explains. There's no love lost between Governor Inslee and President Trump is a nasty person. I don't like the governor of Washington. We're not distracted by some of the noise out of the White House. Now. Spokane Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers is acknowledging the animosity maybe compelling the president to withhold promised aid to the state to help victims of last summer's wildfires. In a letter obtained by the spokesman, Review McMorris Rodgers urges The president to put their differences aside, she writes, quote. Despite our governor's banned faith, personal vendetta against your administration. People in my district needs support. In a statement. Inslee's office calls the letter quote pathetic, adding It's not a request for aid but an appeal to the president's ego. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news to US senators from this state are poised to become Washington's most powerful congressional duo since the days of Warren Magnuson and Henry Jackson. Under the new Senate Democratic Majority Patty Murray will chair the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee should be the second ranking Democrat on the all powerful Appropriations Committee. Maria Cantwell will chair the Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee. Researchers at the U. S Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Lab in Richland are studying the potential health effects of E cigarettes are Vaping Maura on what the early results show from co Most Carleen Johnson. They're looking at whether Vaping causes subtle changes in proteins at the molecular level that could contribute to disease or other health problems. The Tri City Herald reports. Vaping does lead to what they call oxidative stress, which can overwhelm how the body naturally repairs itself. Oxidative stress can lead to dangerous chain reactions for the body linked to heart disease, cancer, respiratory disease and Other health conditions. They developed a biochemistry technique that makes it possible to measure the oxidation of proteins. And interestingly, they said, they see the higher oxidation levels. Whether or not the Vaping liquid contains nicotine. These are early results and don't necessarily prove that e cigarettes are inherently bad for your health, but they are showing how Vaping impacts cell function at the molecular level. Carleen Johnson. Come Oh news to a sports update in one minute. Come on news time a 39. If you've always wanted to try zero rez, but thought you'd wait till maybe the price came down a little bit Well, the wait is over. It's here, their biggest sale of the year..

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KOMO

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"corwin hick" Discussed on KOMO

"Retiring term on the Carnegie Endowment of International Peace. Sherry Preston ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7631 Right now Monday morning, starting to see a few showers here in western Washington get used to that for the next several days. The temperature in Seattle right now is 44 degrees with Greg Herschel. I've made the factor here. The top stories from the Kobo 24 7 News Center. Well, it begins today in Olympia, the next session of the Legislature. Several protest groups gathered on the Capitol campus yesterday and more rallies Your plan today with largest security presence for any session in state history. Almost Carleen Johnson is there and joins us live. Greg and Manda National Guard members, State Patrol troopers and layers of fencing around the Capitol campus that comes in response to what happened, of course in the nation's capital last week and the protesters that same day here that broke through the gate to the governor's mansion. Governor Jay Endsley from the mansion just hours after that breach last week. And I'm greatly appreciated those who seem to our safety, the state patrol And I want to thank the members of the press who had to go through some intimidation of their own today to report the facts. The governor activated 750 members of the state National Guard here, just in case things of escalate. No hope is everything will remain peaceful yesterday. It certainly was the case. For the most part. Lawmakers will meet here today in person, but that's really so they can adopt rules that will let them meet virtually during the rest of the session. That's what has so many people upset. There will be no access into the state capital. The hearings and four votes will still be broadcast or live streamed on T V W and the public will be able to participate, but only virtually Reporting live. Carleen Johnson Come on news. Former joint base. Lewis McChord Sergeant Robert Bales is seeking a presidential pardon. Eight years after he was convicted of massacring 16. Afghan civilians get more from comas. Corwin Hick Bales admitted to killing the civilians in Kandahar province in 2012, while part of the J B. L. M Base Third Brigade. Now, the news Tribune reports. Bales is one of eight former service members convicted of war crimes who have petitioned President Trump for pardons or clemency bales, his attorney John Henry Browne, told Co Moh news in 2013 bales. His prosecution was politically motivated. Is politics driving this case? Unfortunately, I believe that it is my opinion is the American public eyes, ignoring the war in Afghanistan and has for a long time bales effectively escaped the death penalty by admitting.

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"corwin hick" Discussed on KOMO

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05:05 min | 2 years ago

"corwin hick" Discussed on KOMO

"The Tacoma Dome, often on slowing out of federal way into South Center and then that Seattle Dr it is just crawling along from mid Boeing Field all the way to the convention center. Our next Cuomo traffic up 7 44. I'm not to get the forecast for you with meteorologist Kristen Clarke saturated soil leading to a landslide risk and standing water in the fields or reverse creeks and streams still running fairly high. No wonder we've had over 2 to 3 inches of rain the past several days and now more today, the widespread steady showers of this morning eventually break apart. Two more scattered rain with a few peaks. A son here and there this afternoon, but another impactful snowed is for our cascade passes. Making travel difficult at Snoqualmie, where an additional foot of snowfall through tonight in the coma Weather Center and meteorologist Kristen Clark 46 degrees news time. 7 36. With 1000 additional cases of covert 19 confirmed show over the holiday weekend. In a vaccine that's just starting to make the rounds. The pandemic still seems far from over and comas. Brian Calvert tells us that the same can be said for the downward spiral in the local economy. While it's just a snapshot, what's happening in Snohomish County is likely occurring in many other corners of the state. In February, 2020. The county was nearer a record low with 2.8% unemployment. Two months later, the county's rate ballooned to 19.2%. State economist Annalise Vance Sherman tells the Herald quote. Most places around the state were down over the year. Snohomish County is down a bit more than many places. When we look at which industries are declining. I believe it is all of them. In November, Snohomish County's unemployment shrunk back to 4.8%, which is not bad and is below the state average. The economic roller coaster ride isn't over Declining county and state revenues mean there's likely more budget, trimming ahead both in the public and private sectors. Brian Calvert Co. Moh news Northwest Fund being used to help black owned businesses has temporarily dried up after a lawsuit. The grant approved by Oregon lawmakers over the summer has already paid out most of its $62 million in federal cares. Act dollars. The state Supreme Court may take a fresh look at Washington's The three strikes law in a case that could end with many repeat felons going free. Almost Corwin Hick explains. It was back in 1993 of Voter Approved initiative made Washington the first state in the nation to pass a three strikes policy, under which a third felony conviction sends the offender to prison for life. Since that time over 400 persons have been sentenced to life without possibility of release to coma. State Senator Jeannie Darnell argued a year ago, the three strike law was from the start applied unfairly. Many were sentenced to their third strike within a year of the initiative passing so those of men Years did not know they were committing a third strike until they found they were found guilty and was sentenced to light this week. The Seattle Times reports the state Supreme Court will either accept or decline to review the constitutionality of that law. The high court's decision could potentially free dozens of our state's three strikes prisoners. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news 7 39 Right now, just a minute away from a coma Sports update and the answer to our trivia contest. You know you deserve a clean a cleaner start for 2021. Great. Well, you feel knowing your carpets are clean, fresh and safe. Getting rid of the dirt bacteria, allergens and every other contaminant in your carpet. Try to get back to clean, Reset, renew, refreshed for the new year with my friends at zero as homeowners rave about zero rez. I've raved about it for years. Anthony Holmes. I know the owner and the people. 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12 officers injured, businesses and precincts damaged during protest in Seattle

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:11 min | 2 years ago

12 officers injured, businesses and precincts damaged during protest in Seattle

"Protesters in downtown Seattle attacked two police precincts and injured several officers was the most violent confrontation since the chop protests broke up three weeks ago. Almost Corwin Hick has more from Capitol Hill. Violent protestors returned here to the East Precinct yesterday, where police say they smashed windows at the precinct and set a fire inside a small business nearby. The group bent on destruction, reportedly merged with a peaceful demonstration at Westlake Park against Immigration and Customs Enforcement protesters confronted and harass Takoma News crew downtown down No cameras were smashed and no journalists were injured, but demonstrators did smash windows at businesses downtown and tagged government buildings with graffiti. The mob also targeted the SPD West precinct, setting off mortar style fireworks that SPD says injured 12 officers. After attacking the East Precinct. The mob moved to nearby Cale Anderson Park and dispersed. It's unclear if this demonstration was related to the black lives matter protests from earlier this summer.

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Seattle temporarily closes Cal Anderson Park after removing some barriers in CHOP

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Seattle temporarily closes Cal Anderson Park after removing some barriers in CHOP

"Has declared calendars and park temporarily closed to assess damage and remove debris, But few of the protesters have actually moved out. Seattle City leaders are faced with that vexing question. How do you break up the Capitol Hill protest zone without using illegal force? Almost Corwin Hick has that of tape. Recent violence, including Monday's deadly shooting within chop have clarified police chief Carmen Vests position and that is enough. Here she is calling on chop protesters to voluntarily disband for their own safety. Former sheriff's deputy and police consultant. Jesus Villahermosa. Doubts compliance will come easily. The protesters have really forced their hand and we're gonna have to use force. Question is what form will that force take a federal judge earlier this month approved a temporary restraining order on the use of non lethal projectiles on protesters. Including tear gas, pepper spray and rubber bullets. Without those options in their arsenal, the president of the Seattle Police Officers Guild says officers will have to use Billy clubs and their own bodies to move the occupiers out.

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Amazon group that created Kindle and Echo is working on technology for COVID-19 testing

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Amazon group that created Kindle and Echo is working on technology for COVID-19 testing

"Savvas on is asking the same company engineers who make E. readers and smart speakers to reinvent covert nineteen testing almost Corwin hick explains they are called the lab one twenty six hardware group and in the past they've come up with the kindle fire and the echo Alexa smart speaker now geekwire is pointing to a series of Amazon job postings in which the company is seeking new lab one twenty six mechanical design engineers to quote oat investigate and introduce new technology and methodology to enhance quality and efficiency of covert nineteen testing Amazon has come under fire from its own workers for failing to create a safe work environment until well into the covert crisis a failure Amazon spokesman Jay Carney has long denied we have instituted you know extraordinary measures in our fulfillment centers around social distancing around extra deep cleaning of facilities now the company says it will spend four billion dollars during the current fiscal quarter on covert related

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