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"corwin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:05 min | 11 hrs ago

"corwin" Discussed on KOMO

"He hopes you have the plane approved by regulators in the fourth quarter of this year. Charlie Harder camo news. The Wall Street Journal reports. Boeing will shut down the 7 87 assembly plant in Everett and on Lee produced the Dreamliner in South Carolina. Congressman Rick Larson heads the House Aviation subcommittee and represents the Evert area, he tells coma. Losing the production line would be a big blow because we will lose jobs. Will have an impact throughout the supply chain and already have their thousands of jobs in the smaller companies that make parts and components for the 77 Governor, Jay Inslee, says that he has reached out to Boeing several times and leaders have refused to tell him what it would take to keep the every plant open and goes on to say If the report is true, the state may have to take a close look at the company's tax breaks here. Seattle Times reports Boeing may make the official announcement is early as tomorrow. It was happening even before Cove in 19. And now Washington Congresswoman says the pandemic has exposed one of the nation's most vexing equality issues more from Cuomo's Corwin Take. We're talking about the so called digital divide the tendency for rural and even some urban communities to lack broadband Internet connectivity, either because the people are too poor to pay for it. Or because service providers are unwilling to pay to connect remote areas. This opportunity gap is why need I? I heard about this before. Kobe Republican Cathy McMorris Rogers represents Washington's fifth district, including much of rural Spokane County, where there is still no coverage of little coverage. Now, with the pandemic, forcing most kids to learn remotely lack of connectivity could mean getting left behind McMorris Rodgers tells The Washington Post. It would help to know exactly what resource is the nation has to offer. I just introduced legislation that would Do an inventory of spectrum so that we could get a better handle on what's available and how it's being used. She says. More than two thirds of the usable wireless spectrum is under government control. Her legislation intends to fully account for these holdings, something she hopes will lead to more of that spectrum dedicated to underserved communities. Corwin Headache Cuomo News Serious concerns over the rising Covad numbers now threatening the reopening of in school learning in Pierce County. Come was Ryan Yamamoto reports There's will say the trends are not looking good, while PR love school started their phased in plan for classrooms Health officials say cases of the virus are on the rise. The county is close to a threshold where in person learning may have to be stopped. I would rather have us pause and hold off a little bit, make sure that everything's okay. Before we move forward. That's Karen's McNamara. Karen McNamara, president of the Puyallup Education Association, King County now faces a similar problem. Issa quote, just allowed special needs students to return, but some parents their worry that it's too soon, the district says it's on track to bring back kindergartners and first graders on October 15th. The tears of our states to major political parties are weighing in on last night's presidential debate. Cuomo's Nick Papa, I'm with their reaction. Caleb Heimlich is the chair of the state Republican Party. For him. This night Showcase is a tale of two records on topics like Cove. It 19, the Supreme Court and race relations. It's an opportunity for the president. A kind of gain. Some points that he needs in the next five weeks contrast, couldn't be clearer. Tina Pot Ledovskikh is the chair of the State Democratic Party, She says Weighing those issues will show that President Trump is not. The better choice is clear. He's been making decisions that don't benefit Americans and don't benefit America is a country. Ultimately, the voters weigh all the issues that are out there and make their decisions on who's going to be best kind of for their bottom line for their families. Nick Problem Come on. It's Come on news time is to 10 times to check in with Cuomo's Bill Schwartz for Sports Update well deserved honors for Seattle's Q B five TD passes, zero interceptions in a home field win over the Cowboy Wilson Kate surveys..

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"corwin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 15 hrs ago

"corwin" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Corwin Hicham, or local reaction also coming up. I'm Frank Lindsay in Tacoma, where a person walking along I five was hit by a car this morning news time. 10 0 for Let's talk about traffic with Kira Jordan. See what the latest story is? Well, I just spotted a big back of that starting to form in them in row area. This is going to be easy found us, too. As your work your way from Steve broke two of three much the way toward where the reptile zoo is, If you know that area, you know exactly where I'm talking about it, So I'm seeing this really heavy back up there. I haven't had reports of anything currently blocking. But boy that's stacking up your drive for a bit over a mile and a half of this point in Seattle Northman. If I've been working with a busy commute that starts around the Michigan curve, it'll thicken up more of the West Seattle Bridge and stay heavy toward the convention center. And that we have some often on slowing on north bound for 05 between state route 169 and Northeast 44th. Hour next to Cuomo. Traffic up 10 14 UPDATED forecast Our meteorologist Kristen Clark, very warm, finished to the month of September. Today, High temperatures will be touching upon 80 for many locations in Puget Sound, yet our ocean beaches will see a gradual cool down with the return of that onshore ocean breeze. We will see temperatures get close to record territory anywhere from Seattle south into Olympia. Eventually, we will see a gradual cool down in all locations by the end of this week and most certainly by the weekend. Feeling more like the autumn season comes Sunday when high temperatures are expected to be staying in the sixties and the Kama Weather Center, a meteorologist Kristen Clark, early 59 under some clouds and fog in downtown Seattle. It's 10, 06 and 20. Minutes of nonstop news continues now. A local political observer says the issue of racial unrest and street violence led to one of the most striking and impactful sequences of last night's chaotic presidential debate. Almost Corwin Take Widmore. The question of which candidate would doom or to stop the violence in American cities, including Seattle and Portland, sparked a typically.

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'No winner tonight': Undecided voters weigh in on debate

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:04 min | 16 hrs ago

'No winner tonight': Undecided voters weigh in on debate

"Of last night's chaotic presidential debate, local political analysts are saying there was no winner in the American voting public are the losers. We get more from Kemal's Corwin hate. Those who expected coherence and clearly stated positions from the two nominees likely came away. Disappointed. We all lost tonight, and it's just a sad commentary for people who support both Biden and Trump. This was a mess. Ron Dots, our political strategist, and Cuomo, analyst and Pacific University professor, Jim More commenting for K two in Portland. I beat Bernie Sanders. Not very much. President. Trump set the tone right out of the gate, refusing to let Challenger bite and complete a sentence. You would have lost every problem. He knows how to choose her Tuesday. You look very large delight and resorted to talking over. Trump's comment is not a right wing problem is a levy I direct. This is left with white dots our questions whether there should even be a second in the proposed Siri's of three debates. I would expect the Presidential commission to step in and say, Look, Folks, This is just not acceptable to the American public. Corwin Hey HQ Momo News. Starting

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Updates from protests in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:54 sec | 5 d ago

Updates from protests in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood

"Hill again last night as demonstrators marched against the Briana Taylor decision. We get the update from comas, Corwin take protesters lit a fire outside the Seattle Police Department East Precinct, then shot fireworks at the precinct. Officers responded with flash bang grenades. It started as a peaceful march, Protesters left Cale Anderson Park, chanting the name of the African American woman killed by police in Louisville and calling on people in their homes to come out and join their march. Trouble began when some protesters sent fire to a pile of rubble outside the East Precinct and shot fireworks over the precinct. Wall. Officers responded by ordering the group to disperse. Then cops on bikes and on foot moved into the crowd. Deploying flash bang grenades. Way have no word of injuries or arrests for win. Hey HQ CO Moh news. If protesters air rioters start damaging your

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13 arrested during Seattle protests sparked by Breonna Taylor decision

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:11 min | 6 d ago

13 arrested during Seattle protests sparked by Breonna Taylor decision

"Between protesters and police on Seattle's Capitol Hill ended with several officers injured last night in 13 protesters under arrest. The demonstration came in response to the Briana Taylor decision by a grand jury in comas. Corwin Haig has more Seattle's response to the decision not to indict officers who shot and killed the Louisville, Kentucky woman started with a peaceful march downtown. After dark, the focus shifted to the capital Hill area near Cale Anderson Park, scene of most of this this year's year's anti anti police police protests. protests. They're They're about about 100. 100. Protesters Protesters confronted confronted officers officers on on bikes. bikes. Independent Independent journalist journalist Omari Omari Salisbury Salisbury Live, Live, streamed streamed the the activity at 11th and pine Way. See the flash bangs around. Watch anything thrown in this direction. Watching his video also captures Dumpster fires, presumably started by protesters near the East Precinct. Police began making a total of 13 arrests after someone shot a firework over over the the precinct precinct wall. wall. Police Police say say protesters protesters then then threw threw rocks rocks and and bottles, bottles, injuring injuring several several officers. officers. One One officer officer was was reportedly reportedly hit hit over over the the head head with with a a baseball baseball bat bat cracking cracking used used bike bike helmet. helmet.

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Protests in Seattle following Breonna Taylor decision, 13 arrested

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:04 min | 6 d ago

Protests in Seattle following Breonna Taylor decision, 13 arrested

"With angry protesters as a local black lives matter movement reacted to the Verona Taylor decision. More from comas core would take. Police say they arrested 13 people after a late night protest that included an attack on the embattled SPV East Precinct. For many, the protest was an emotional response to the Kentucky decision not to prosecute officers who many say wrongfully shot Taylor in March. Thiss activist breaks it down for Cuomo news into an argument against the police union collective bargaining agreement untill the end things that qualified immunity. And actually modify the CBS so that officers who have shot someone and have multiple charges against them can't just appeal and come back to the to the SPD. There's no change, police say Around 10 45. Last night, someone threw an explosive at the East Precinct. As officers tried to arrest that person. They were assaulted with bottles and rocks. Some protesters set Dumpsters on fire. The police account says multiple officers were injured, including one hit in the helmet with a baseball bat hard enough to crack the helmet. Corwin Hate

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Seattle police clear homeless campers out of Cal Anderson Park

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:09 min | Last month

Seattle police clear homeless campers out of Cal Anderson Park

"The Seattle Police East East Precinct Precinct came came under under attack attack last last night night after after officer officer swept swept through through nearby nearby Cale Cale Anderson Anderson Park, Park, removing removing illegal illegal campers campers and and tense tense Momo's Momo's Corwin Corwin Hank Hank reports reports it's it's happening. happening. Justus, Justus, the city's new interim police chief, assumes command former deputy chief Adrian Diaz has taken over a department still bedeviled by anti police protesters. One or more people, presumably from that protest movement logged flaming projectiles over the newly installed barrier surrounding the East Precinct. Starting at least one small fire. The The attack attack came came after after police police swept swept down down dozens dozens of of tents tents from from the the officially officially closed closed Cale Cale Anderson Anderson Park, Park, a a move move this this neighbor neighbor supports. supports. I I do think that they have the right to shut it down. If it got too out of control, some neighbors have complained of smoke rising from illegal campfires here at the park. Police say the sweep also yielded weapons, including an explosive mortar, Ah, hatchet and a machete on Capitol Hill, Corwin Hey HQ, Momo News and dozens of Seattle police officers lined the downtown streets today to say goodbye to outgoing Seattle police chief Carmen Best.

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Seattle police clear homeless campers out of Cal Anderson Park

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:09 min | Last month

Seattle police clear homeless campers out of Cal Anderson Park

"The Seattle Police East East Precinct Precinct came came under under attack attack last last night night after after officer officer swept swept through through nearby nearby Cale Cale Anderson Anderson Park, Park, removing removing illegal illegal campers campers and and tense tense Momo's Momo's Corwin Corwin Hank Hank reports reports it's it's happening. happening. Justus, Justus, the city's new interim police chief, assumes command former deputy chief Adrian Diaz has taken over a department still bedeviled by anti police protesters. One or more people, presumably from that protest movement logged flaming projectiles over the newly installed barrier surrounding the East Precinct. Starting at least one small fire. The The attack attack came came after after police police swept swept down down dozens dozens of of tents tents from from the the officially officially closed closed Cale Cale Anderson Anderson Park, Park, a a move move this this neighbor neighbor supports. supports. I I do think that they have the right to shut it down. If it got too out of control, some neighbors have complained of smoke rising from illegal campfires here at the park. Police say the sweep also yielded weapons, including an explosive mortar, Ah, hatchet and a machete on Capitol Hill, Corwin Hey HQ, Momo News and dozens of Seattle police officers lined the downtown streets today to say goodbye to outgoing Seattle police chief Carmen Best.

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Seattle - High school athletes petition Gov. Inslee for return of football, fall sports

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:35 sec | Last month

Seattle - High school athletes petition Gov. Inslee for return of football, fall sports

"High school football players say their college scholarships could be on the line is a petition governor Jay Inslee to reinstate fall football more from camels, Corwin had an online petition calling on insult to allow fall sports has garnered over 9000 signatures. They're responding to the governor's recommendations adopted by state interscholastic activities. Officials also strongly recommend canceling or postponing all in person extracurricular activities, including sports and performing for those activities, Insley believes pose an unacceptably high risk of covert 19 transmission. Paul High School sports have been postponed until spring.

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With COVID-19 vaccine trial, rural Oregon clinic steps onto world stage

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:35 sec | Last month

With COVID-19 vaccine trial, rural Oregon clinic steps onto world stage

"Tests the potential vaccine for the Corona virus. Dr. Edward Kerwin is and the Clinical Research Institute of Southern Oregon in Medford were chosen to lead a clinical trial is part of a phase three test of a vaccine from Moderna. The clinic is one of nearly 90 test sites in the United States. Corwin's clinic is seeking to enroll 700 volunteers by the end of this month, joining 30,000 participants in the nationwide study. Kerwin has led more than 750 clinical trials in his career, mostly focused on asthma, lung disease and skin disorders are camo news time. 3 10 The police

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3 officers injured, 18 arrests in Seattle riot

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:02 min | Last month

3 officers injured, 18 arrests in Seattle riot

"News center. Seattle Police arrested 18 people last night after a protest march near the officers of the Seattle Police Officers Guild turned violent. Almost Corwin had filed this report from the scene. On Fourth Avenue south in the Soto neighborhood, where shortly after 10 p.m. Last night, a group of about 100 protesters carrying their symbolic black umbrellas approached the guild offices. Police say someone in the crowd set off a large explosive and attempted to break the window of a police vehicle. Next came a police order to disperse. That's when police say some in the crowd threw rocks, bottles and explosives at officers. Police declared the incident a riot. They say several officers were injured, and police have posted photos of officers who suffered burns and abrasions. There were reportedly 18 arrests. Now. The police Officers Guild, of course, is the powerful Labor union representing Seattle officers and sergeants. Spock's leadership has vocally opposed the protest movements, calls to defund the

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Boeing's struggles could have a negative impact on Port of Everett

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:03 min | Last month

Boeing's struggles could have a negative impact on Port of Everett

"Lie ahead for the port of Everett is Boeing's outlook continues to worsen. Karma's A Corman take explains how these two are related. We already know the downturn in air travel and cratering of airplane orders has led to historic losses at Boeing. Now the port of Everett, where Boeing shipments are typically a major income source is bracing for impact. 2021 2022 is gonna be rough, Poor Chief Executive Lisa Lowe Fiber tells the Snohomish County Council. A decline in aerospace shipments means port revenue is likely to fall as much as 30% in 2021. She says. It's shaping up to be the ports worst financial crisis in 20 years after September 11th we thought was the lowest of the low, and this is actually teeing up to be worse than that. Uh, which is hard to hard to process 2020 Interestingly has been a pretty good year for the port. The fiber says ports traditionally are among the last industries to feel a financial dip and among the first to recover Corwin Hey HQ CO.

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Gov. Inslee says Trump is trying to sabotage mail-in voting

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:11 min | Last month

Gov. Inslee says Trump is trying to sabotage mail-in voting

"Jay Inslee is calling President Trump stance against extra election funding for the U. S Postal Service and attempt to sabotage the election more from comas. Corwin take Washington's governor and his Democratic administration have vocally opposed the president before, but inside, he is now deploying some of his harshest criticism ever. Over the issue of funding the post office and that's unfortunately the president states. Who is trying to sabotage meal and voting. He's referring to the interview in which Trump said nationwide vote by mail would lead to voter fraud. We want people to vote, so when they vote, it means one vote. It doesn't mean balance all over the place in Italy describes Washington's 10 year plus vote by mail policy as a bipartisan success. Republicans and Democrats have enjoyed this for years now. With essentially no problems. But Washington, Assistant Secretary of State Mark Neary tells KOMO news for states with limited vote by mail experience. Making the transition by November is a tall order. I think it's a lot of work. I mean, we've been perfecting the process over the last eight or nine years, All states allow at least some voting by mail. Supporters say the pandemic requires a national shift toward mail in voting.

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President Trump on Chief Best's retirement: 'Seattle has made a tragic mistake'

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:52 sec | Last month

President Trump on Chief Best's retirement: 'Seattle has made a tragic mistake'

"Now sounding off on the retirement of Seattle police chief Carmen Best, saying the city has made a tragic mistake almost Corwin take. Trump's comments from the White House took aim at events in the Pacific Northwest, two largest cities, reacting in one breath to the retirement of best and to the ongoing street protests in Portland, and I think she had was made it Tragic mistake. I think Portland Has no clue as to what they're doing. His opinion that Seattle made a mistake likely refers to City Council budget cuts that would have required best to personally fire 100 officers. I have my convictions. I cannot do that one local political analyst Ron Dots, Our with strategy's 3 60 believes Trump intended his remarks to be heard by voters across the country. Trump was not speaking to Seattle instead, dots our says the president was delivering a pro police tough on crime message for all cities, too. Here, Corwin.

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Seattle Media Companies Appeal Police Protest Subpoena

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:57 sec | Last month

Seattle Media Companies Appeal Police Protest Subpoena

"Five local media companies, including common who's taking their complaint about a police subpoena to the state Supreme Court is here from comas. Corwin had the news outlets are appealing to the state's highest court to prevent enforcement of a Seattle police subpoena. Last month, a King County judge ordered the Seattle Times Co. Moh news and three other TV stations to provide police with unpublished images and video from a May 30th. Black lives matter Protest. Police hope those images will help them identify suspects who burned a Seattle police car and stole police guns. The news outlets are appealing the lower court ruling. Seattle City Council member Theresa Mosqueda recently spoke out against the subpoena. I could get his abhorrence that our city continues to push for members of the press to hand over video and photos of people participating in their First Amendment rights, The Seattle Times reports. The news outlets are asking the Supreme Court to block the Subpoena until the appeal is resolved.

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Pier 58 in Seattle will not reopen but a replacement is coming

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:56 sec | Last month

Pier 58 in Seattle will not reopen but a replacement is coming

"City of Seattle Engineers confirmed the pier that supports Waterfront Park is deteriorating and must be replaced. The good news is there's already a plan and enough money to get it done more from comas, Corwin take we learned Earlier this week, Pier 58 on the Seattle waterfront had closed after Park's employees noticed the pier was coming loose from the land that anchors it. Seattle Park superintendent. Hey Susa Gear, a says engineers have now examined that separation. They confirmed our concerns in terms of the deterioration of the facility and confirmed it is no longer safe for the public to access. Fortunately, the city and the Parks Department have known for a while A replacement Pierre would be needed that this is happening a little faster than we expected. But the good news is this is a project that was already planned is funded on the downside design and permitting for the new pier will take about two years. When construction finally begins in 2022. It'll take another two years to

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Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best Says She Will Retire Amid Protests, City Council Cuts

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:22 min | Last month

Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best Says She Will Retire Amid Protests, City Council Cuts

"It was a dramatic day for policing in Seattle, a City Council vote, cutting the Seattle Police Department's budget this year by 14%. And then that was followed by an even bigger bombshell. Police chief Carmen Best says she is retiring as we hear from comas. Corwin make chief bests announcement of her decision to retire followed closely on the heels of the council vote, which included a 6% cut in her own salary. She does not mention the cuts in her brief email to the department. Instead, she writes, When it's time it's time. Adding quote. I look forward to seeing how this department moves forward through the process of re envisioning public safety. It's a re envisioning. She voiced support for earlier this summer, she told a group of African American clergy participating in a black lives matter March had opened her eyes. The moment standing there watching people will buy with the other side. A black man defense police. But the defund movement plus a legal debate over police, use of tear gas and other crowd control measures seem to have taken their toll on Seattle's first African American woman to serve as chief. Mayor Jenny Durkan Notes in a statement. Best lead the way on community policing and diversity hiring jerkin has asked Deputy chief Adrian Diaz to serve as acting chief. Korwin Hey, HQ co Moh

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Seattle crowd-control restraining order extended

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:55 sec | Last month

Seattle crowd-control restraining order extended

"A federal judge has extended an order that allows Seattle police to use chemical weapons for crowd control and get the update from comas. Corwin hey, Judge James Robart is temporary restraining order stops a City hall ban on police use of so called non lethal crowd control measures, including tear gas. In other words, police are free to use those measures while robots restraining order is in effect. Back. In June, the City Council passed a ban on these measures in response to public outcry to have the right to protest and not feel threatened by those charged with your safety. Any chemical weapon makes me feel a lot safer. But the Seattle Times reports the U. S. Department of Justice asked the federal court to prevent Seattle police from implementing the ban. The DOJ argued the band could conflict with the 2012 federal consent decree governing Seattle police bias and excessive use of force. The extended restraining order is in place until June

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Legendary Seattle disc jockey Pat O'Day dies at 85

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

02:46 min | 2 months ago

Legendary Seattle disc jockey Pat O'Day dies at 85

"Remembering the life and legacy of Pat O Day. The truly legendary Seattle deejay and concert promoter who became an icon to a generation of northwest music and sports fans. Pat has passed away the age of 85. And Cuomo's Corwin Headache has this remembrance Today programme is 27 minutes late 65 with a hammer green in Seattle. He reeled off that classic top 40 deejay pattern to perfection. Wasn't it a good day today that I was around 51? It was as natural as breathing. Currently it's 49 in the sky. There's Pat was a pitch perfect pitchman. Did you ever get on a plane enough to walk through the first class? Section? Your seat in the back? Don't you feel You know, why can't I sit here? Right? Go to the back of the point. Well, you'll never see the day on a West Coast jet. But you could say I had it down. Pat taught many other rock jocks how to do the same. During a radio career that helped raise the first Northwest rock scene to national prominence. He promoted bands like the Kinsman and the Wailers at the Siri's of Northwest team dancers. His concert promotion company brought the Beatles, the Beach Boys and Led Zeppelin to Seattle and friendly Young and upcoming guitars. Jimmy Hendrix. As Pat told another iconic local deejay Bob Rivers. I was on an airplane with Jimi Hendrix and and on the road with Led Zeppelin and we're handling Elvis. And and now I look back and go. Oh, my God, that happened to me. But for all that Pat might be best remembered as the voice of the Hydro's. Calling the Seafarer races for 40 years old coming out of the north. Turn. Here they come. What a beautiful side, six screaming, unlimited hydroplane streak and passed along boom and into the Mures around a bridge turn. He re created those calls for Co. Moh in 2013. Have mentors, many a broadcast professional. He wrote several books and he enrich the lives of radio listeners around the Northwest. As Pat himself once said, I've had a great run. Corwin hate Homo news. Pat Love to tell the story about taking Jimi Hendrix back to his all mater at Garfield High School when Jimmy was 25 years old and how painfully shy Jimi Hendrix wass But the two of them have quite a history paddle day in the sixties operated Ah place called the Spanish Castle between Seattle and Tacoma and Jimi Hendrix opened there for another band. In the early sixties. He was 17 years old and was playing a $50 Sears, Roebuck guitar.

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Troubles abound, Boeing losses bloom to $2.4 billion in 2Q

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Troubles abound, Boeing losses bloom to $2.4 billion in 2Q

"Boeing announces further Cuts in commercial airplane production Is the financial losses mount that story now from comas? Corwin HATE. The aerospace giant Second quarter earnings report released this morning details nearly $3 billion in losses nearly $5 per share. Second quarter revenues of $11.8 billion represented 25% decline compared to this time last year. Similar losses for the first fiscal quarter prompted Chief Executive Dave Calhoun to announce earlier this year. We have decided to reduce the production rates of several of our commercial airplane programs now, the company says. Even further production cuts are needed in the ever built 787 and triple Seven programmes and production of the rent and built 7 37 will ramp up mortgage gradually than expected to 31 per month by the beginning of 2022. That's only about half the number of Boeing was expecting to build before the pandemic

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"corwin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:56 min | 2 months ago

"corwin" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Corwin hate with Seattle's afternoon of violent protest, pleading with protesters for a moratorium on the violence. I'm Carleen Johnson, Portland's police union president speaks out First in UPDATE from ABC News. Good morning. It's eight o'clock from ABC News. I'm Shiri Preston. Four months after the worst of the pandemic in New York City, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says. Did the impossible as New Yorkers. They really stepped up and Conquered the covert virus that is cases surge in other states, Cuomo says. As long as that is the case, everyone is still in danger and increase anywhere is an increase everywhere, he says. The Trump Administration Continuing to offer mixed messages on wearing masks. Surgeon General Jerome Adams on Fox News Monday urged Americans to voluntarily where face coverings to help stop the spread of the Corona virus. Dr. Adams insisted everyone in the administration is quote on the same page. Even as President Trump continues to offer mixed messages on this issue, the surgeon general said he believes face covers or one of the most effective ways to open the country again, along with social distancing in good hygiene, President Trump told Fox News in an interview this weekend. He is a quote believer in math. SKs and thinks they're good. But he defended his opposition to a federal mandate, saying he doesn't agree that if everybody wears one, the virus will disappear. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Researchers at Oxford University say their experimental Corona virus vaccine has been shown in an early trial two show promise in helping protect against the virus. There's an urgent manhunt still underway across New Jersey for the man who gunned down the husband and son of a federal judge. The son died. The husband survived. The judge Esther Salis, is now getting 24 hour protection. Unrest in Portland, Oregon for seven straight weeks, and locals say federal agents have been dispatched to the city aren't helping. A mayor here, says federal law enforcement agencies sent in by the president of the United States operate without any official markings as they violate the civil rights of protesters, he says they go so far as to scoop up people in unmarked vehicles and deprive them of due process. It's NBC's Qena Whitworth in Seattle. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed the CO Mo Morning news. Good morning. Saito, too, is sunny in downtown Seattle in 66 right now, Greg Herschel has the day off Amanda factor. Then here are the top stories from the Coma, 24 7 News center. Violent protesters carved a path of destruction through downtown Seattle up to Capitol Hill yesterday in a rampage, the damaged businesses and two police precincts. Almost Corwin Haig has more from the SPD East precinct protesters reportedly broke windows here after first attacking the downtown West Precinct police sergeant Lauren Trescott says. Protesters smashed windows at the precinct and shot off fireworks. Protesters that were outside.

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"corwin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:02 min | 5 months ago

"corwin" Discussed on KOMO

"Years I'm Corwin hate with Boeing's pandemic downsizing also I'm Carlene Johnson some advocates for the elderly is a long term care centers aren't sharing all the information they should be plus the current stay at home order expires Monday I'm Brian Calvert with what the governor is saying about extending this live update now from ABC at ten thirty I knew drugs run disappear is showing promise in the fight against corona virus Dr Anthony Fauci earlier today called the initial results of a government run trial quote good news that study involved eight hundred patients but patients and doctors did not know who got the drug or a placebo new government data showing that the U. S. economy shrank by a four point eight percent annual rate in the first three months of this year hampered by the coronavirus shut down industries continue to struggle including Boeing announcing layoffs following which was already trying to overcome the problems involving the seven thirty seven Max before the outbreak now says covert nineteen has delivered the company a body blow Boeing will reduce production of the seven eighty seven and the triple seven and it will cut about ten percent of its work force the biggest chunk will be in Boeing's commercial airplane unit ABC's Alex stone Massachusetts the latest hot zone state to announce its handling the surge of cases and making progress on trip testing and tracing Michelle Franzen ABC news one thousand FM ninety seven seven once again it's ten thirty one about fifty five partly sunny downtown as we continue with our top stories in a call twenty four seven news center now we're not ready yet six governor Insley goes on record as saying our current stay home stay safe order will definitely be extended couples right cover with more he told T. V. W. a habitat reduction we believe a fairly significant from the peak that we've experienced and that's good news and that's happened because Washingtonians are really buckle down and and a doctor the the social distancing that we call for but the numbers aren't low enough one of the most frustrating and numbers I have to tell you is our number of sections per day because that is stubborn and has not been going down as we would've liked in the last week to ten days once the numbers to fall into the second phase scales back the general stay home order and instead target specifically those infected with amped up testing the governor's office confirms the stay home order will be extended in says the governor will announce a new date by the end of the week there will need to be substantial social distancing after may fourth in order to accomplish our goals Brian Calvert komo news expect layoffs on Boeing's Puget Sound work force and a reduction in the number of locally built jets as the company responds to big quarterly losses couples Corwin hate with more going says it will be a smaller company for a while following a first quarter report that shows a twenty six percent decline in revenue compared to first quarter twenty nineteen which was itself a down quarter time we're taking action to reduce our workforce by approximately ten percent my end of this year through the combination of voluntary layoffs attrition and involuntary layoffs.

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02:04 min | 6 months ago

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"Corwin hate explains protections are already in place to prevent foreclosures and evictions now Seattle city councilmember Tammy moralis says no commercial or residential rents or mortgages should be paid well covert nineteen remains a crisis certainly going to enter a recession possibly worse and so we want to make sure that we're doing something now to protect people as per resolution passed by the full council also says those payments should be forgiven rather than deferred until after the crisis and leaders gave a trillion and a half dollar windfall to the financial sector to make sure that they were able to weather the storm it's nonbinding the federal and state governments would have to take action and moralis as a growing national coalition is calling for that action in a real effort to keep people in their homes for with hake komo news some homeowners in Washington are getting extra time to pay their property taxes to help ease the financial impact of the pandemic king Pierce Snohomish and Thurston county is extending the deadline from the end of April to June first that only applies to homeowners who pay their taxes themselves those who pay their mortgage lender still need to meet the April thirtieth deadline governor Jay Inslee says there are parts of the state where corona virus is spreading faster than projected like an Adams Benton Franklin island and schedule counties we have not made a firm decision on this as to what will be the next steps after this two week period but I can tell you from the data we have today it is very highly likely that there will be some further measures are associated with stay home stay you stay healthy the governor says most nonessential businesses have cooperated with his orders to shut down he warns businesses that don't comply they could have their licenses revoked in owners could face civil or criminal charges protective masks seven in short supply during the pandemic in the CDC has said repeatedly that the only people who need to wear them or those who are sick or in the medical field almost a problem spoke with king county health officials says more people might want to wear them Dr Jeff Duchin sees its potential I.

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KOMO

02:47 min | 7 months ago

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"Quarantine I'm Corwin hate we hear from a victim next senator Elizabeth Warren warning for Tuesday finished is spending her presidential campaign ABC news political director Rick Klein says with Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders surging Warren was struggling to shore up support and campaign funding it's clear she has no path to the nomination super Tuesday was a white out for her she came in third in our home state of Massachusetts she came in fourth place in her house native state of Oklahoma she looks like she'll finish with fewer votes than Mike Bloomberg denounce to produce a huge and a huge embarrassment for her frankly to lose particularly at home I did undermined the rationale for her candidacy war and the only other progressive in the race and one of two women left in the race is not signaled if she will throw her support behind Sanders or Biden she and Sanders sparred earlier at a debate in January when warning Q. Sanders of telling her in private in two thousand eight that he disagreed with her that a woman could win in twenty twenty against president trump Sanders says he never said that with continuing coverage vote twenty twenty I'm Michelle Franzen ABC news one thousand seven ninety seven seven forty six degrees under partly cloudy skies at nine thirty one good morning I'm bill o'neill it for some other today your top stories now from the como twenty four seven news center the federal government sending an emergency medical team to the Kirkland nursing home or nine residents have died following a corona virus exposure como score when he is outside of that facility in the Juanita neighborhood life care center of Kirkland has a troubled history a year ago the state find the facility sixty seven thousand dollars after two flu outbreaks affected seventeen patients and staff the state charge the facility with infection control deficiencies now we're learning a local woman has become sick after visiting a sick relative at evergreen hospital melody young was not told the relative Darlene had come to evergreen after a brief stay at life care center melody says Darlene is suffering from severe flu like symptoms now melody and her own elderly mother ourself quarantined at melody's home I'm afraid and sorry this is Darlene I don't want that to happen to my issue with the federal centers for Medicare and Medicaid services says it is sending inspectors to life care center to assess the situation the team will join them from the centers for disease control and prevention in Kirkland Corwin hate komo news so far no one staying at a new corona virus isolation and quarantine site in Thurston county that site is the old maple lane school in Rochester almost the McCarron has more on some barbed wire in a chain link fence governor Jay Inslee got an up close look at the state's newest isolation and quarantine site for those affected by covert nineteen PM they really have nowhere else.

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02:01 min | 9 months ago

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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.

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KOMO

01:59 min | 1 year ago

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

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

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"The details from komo's Corwin Hake. Boeing says international airlines group parent company of British Airways has announced its intention to buy two hundred of the grounded plane never has an airplane sale been more. Welcome. Even if as analysts Richard Otto Lafi appoint sound. This is not yet officially a sale. There's a difference terms are under wraps. But even if Boeing had to offer deep discount says it means a lot that a respected carrier is making it better than anyone expect it. I think everyone was looking for this type of sweetheart deal to happen for a low cost carrier Boeing executive Kevin McAllister says, in a statement of the company is truly honored and humbled that I g is placing their trust and confidence in the seven thirty-seven max Corwin Hake. Komo news and change. In corporate strategy means Boeing is offering more apologies than ever for the recent seven thirty-seven max disasters at our local aviation consultancies, it Scott Hamilton aviation consultant with Liam says Boeing's top exects are finally listening to their crisis management, people who are telling them to serve accepting responsibility here. Ultimately Hamilton says Boeing's best strategy is still to get the plane back in service, as fast as it can safely manage, and they have a new problem with a triple seven explain it won't be able to fly. Why until the manufacturer of the engines can get a problem fixed the first triple X rolled out of the assembly plant in early March. But they won't be allowed in the sky until at least fall. Firefighters are repeating a familiar warning after responding to accidents less than two hours apart yesterday. Komo's Steve McCarron Veronica Madera says it's only been about a month since she learned CPR from watching videos on YouTube. And as soon as she heard those screams that are ever department complex. She jumped into action to help a little boy that had fallen out of a.

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

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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.

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01:59 min | 1 year ago

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"Corwin Hake live with more during his recent media blitz in support of his climate focused presidential bid, the governor has frequently touted his own states. Ambition to stop burning coal to generate Alexa. Chris ity we've made a decision to close our last coal fired plant, which is a good decision now comes approval in the state house of representatives of a Bill under which Washington's electrical utilities are off coal entirely by twenty twenty five the Bill further calls for a complete clean energy grid by twenty forty five. Passage not without vigorous debate with House Republicans largely in opposition. They could they say a fossil fuel generated electricity is abandoned before a clean energy grid is up to speed Washington. Ratepayers face future. Brownouts Corwin Hake. Komo news. University of Washington researcher, contends social isolation has become a public health issue. Brian Calvert tells us that's why she's on a mission to educate inform into reform Karen Frederickson gold since behind the nation's first national study of aging among the LGBTQ population of that first papers, we identified the health disparities among lesbian, gay, and bisexual midlife. And older adults and we found that there are at elevated risk of disability and mental distress as well as some adverse health behaviors as the study has advanced. There's a new takeaway socialized relation Frederickson golsen knows that all seniors are at risk for isolation and loneliness, but she says it's worse for LGBTQ people, especially as they get older. She says fifty five percent of L G T B Q elders live alone. She's trying to make a difference. It will speak at a sold out conference on the issue later this month. She's also founded the gen pride center on Capitol Hill that serves LGBTQ seniors. She tells the times it's not just LGBTQ. It's all elders. We have to think about cross generational interventions and solutions and demonstrate that elders are an important resource. Brian Calvert, KOMO news.

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01:55 min | 1 year ago

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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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02:04 min | 1 year ago

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"Here's komo's Corwin. Hake begins this afternoon with a ceremonial groundbreaking at the arena's west plaza. Among those hoisting and golden shovel arena developer, Tim Leiweke and his brother toddler Wiki CEO of the Seattle. Honky ownership group this launches a construction schedule with a bit of breathing room. Now, the the arena need not be ready for hockey until October twenty twenty one. In the meantime, business owners in lower Queen Anne have questions Jim Marsh Colin's triumph bar where can my guess park is all the parking. And then disappear. The noise developers say an insulating noise barrier will surround the construction zone, but one issue may be tougher to control the added traffic congestion. Says even walking around we'll be challenging during the two to three year construction period. People accustomed to strolling from Queen and to Billtown across Seattle center grounds will find some of those grounds fenced off for me to walk to work every day. Corwin Hake, KOMO news. If you're shipping holiday packages through the post office this year, hurry up and get them in the mail. As komo's Brian Calvert reports, a presidential panel has just recommended a significant rate hike, and it appears the rate hike may have come from the feud between the president and local billionaire Jeff Bezos post office is losing billions of dollars because it delivers packages for at a very below cost. Presidential claim most say is unfounded, the post office is losing money. But it's on first class letter delivery. Thanks to Email. It's package business is actually making money by law. The post office can only make deals with big customers if their money making deals that prompted Fox News to ask Treasury Secretary, Steve Mnuchin, are you? Sure. This has nothing to do with Jeff. Bezos in the Washington Post. This has nothing to do with that issue. Let me be clear, whatever the reason Mnuchin panel recommended across the board shipping rate hikes and expects the new rates will be comparable to UPS and FedEx currently Amazon ships about half of its packages through the post office, which could present a new problem for the federal agency if Amazon decides to take its business elsewhere, Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Komo news time.

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KOMO

02:57 min | 2 years ago

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"Komo's Corwin Hake explains. The D S H paying nine hundred thousand dollars to settle the suit. Brought by the daughter of Sharon case Struthers, a former inmate at western state the suit alleges the hospital failed to appropriately treat Struthers after she fell out of her wheelchair. The news Tribune reports. According to the suit Struthers, broke her arm and hip in the fall, she also suffered a head injury and was victim of salts. My other patients Struthers died in two thousand fifteen a year after she was released her daughter, Lisa k bowser sued the state seeing Struthers experienced untimely medical attention. And lack of assistance with personal hygiene. The settlement is the latest blow against the state's largest psychiatric facility the hospital lost its federal accreditation. Earlier this year constantly at tens of millions in federal funding. Corwin hake. Komo news lacy man who suffered a stroke while jailed for shoplifting is suing the native American tribe that held him forty three year old Kevin Michael bell spent nineteen days in the Nisqually tribal jail before suffering the stroke, according to the Olympic in a civil rights lawsuit against the tribal edges unconstitutional negligence, saying jail, staff new bell had a medical condition but denied him care. Washington's a attorney general has done an about face after calling this the largest sales tax scheme in state history. Komo's Brian Calvert reports all felony charges. Have been dropped was back in March. Bob, Ferguson announced via press release that his office was accusing the small chain tacos and its owners Salvador Sahagian of pocketing more than five point six million in sales tax revenue the released called. It the largest sales. Suppression software case in Washington state history and potentially the largest in the country yesterday all felony charges in the case were dropped without further comment and taco squamous appears in the clear so hagan's attorney tells the times, quote, they made bad assumptions, we think don't even make sense village. Five point six million in stolen sales tax would have indicated nearly fifty six million in sales over four years. And the attorney remarked, quote, that's a lot of tacos, it just didn't make sense. Brian Calvert, KOMO news spur and lift or try to keep the port of Seattle from releasing ridership data about their fares to and from seatac airport. The two companies recently dropped a similar lawsuit with the city of Seattle. According to the Seattle times. Uber says port data is different because it includes the specific date and time of each ride making it more potentially useful to the company's competitors. There's a temporary restraining order on the ridership data. While the King County judge considers a ruling triple A and the Washington state patrol or out with a new study on distracted driving. We'll get the details from komo's Kelly coupons state has a new law severely restricting use of electronic devices while driving. But a new study shows that most people are not following the law parents not teenagers. Do it the most. According to the study AAA launching a new PSA called don't drive intoxicated. Don't drive in texted. Komo news.

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KOMO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

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"Komo's Corwin Hake. Takes a look back. He is perhaps the last of the great twentieth century industry barons, a man who quite literally transformed the world when the company he and Bill Gates founded began marketing, the first truly user friendly personal computer software in two thousand eleven Allen reviewed his own life during onstage interview at a pack townhall in Seattle. There's definitely some moments and some and some moments of things. Has happened. Weren't necessarily what you hope for is especially reflective at the time. He had just survived. His first bout with non Hodgkin lymphoma, the illness that finally claimed his life fortunate to be involved in the birth of Microsoft, and then recently things like the brain institute, those are amazingly rewarding things that carry on a legacy that I'm very I'm very proud of our thanks to Todd Bishop geekwire for republishing that interview today Alan is heard referencing his institute for brain science there. That's a local nonprofit research organization dedicated to understanding how the human brain works. It's one of dozens of personal projects and passions. Allen made real there's always things that come down the pike that you don't expect that suddenly affect Oliver lives in a great way. I think that's one of the wonderful aspects of technology. Corwin hake. Komo news. Crime scene tape up this morning in the emerald Queen casino in Tacoma. The Puyallup tribe says there was a fatal shooting involving a tribal. Officer that's being investigated by the FBI Seattle city leaders listened to the concerns of business owners at a community meeting last night, dozens of people describing the challenges of dealing with crime and drug use around their establishments. Everybody who spoke here. I don't hear anybody talking about criminalising homelessness. I hear them talking about criminalising criminal behavior and among the local officials at attended Seattle city council. President Bruce Harrell Seattle fire chief herald, Scoggins and state Representative Eric Pettigrew.

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KOMO

04:35 min | 2 years ago

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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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01:39 min | 2 years ago

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"Similar attacks. Komo's Corwin Haeck has more from seatac airport. Alison, say of Seattle went public with her harrowing experience after she was groped aboard. A Delta Airlines flight from Seattle to Amsterdam. She says the groper was never brought to Justice. I go it not to scare people, but to really raise awareness and to get support around changing procedures today say is appearing alongside US Senator Patty Murray as Murray promotes her Bill to combat sexual assault at thirty thousand feet requires airlines to implement specific training programs. It establishes a task force to help develop those requirements, and it gives survivors clarity on how to report their attack. A port of Seattle is acting in concert with this effort new signings throughout seatac airport. Minds everyone sexual assault aboard a plane is a crime Corwin Hake. Komo news. Apparently, snakes on a plane aren't always reptiles someday. We may see driverless semi trucks on the freeway today. A new report finds that the stretch of I five through Washington and Oregon may be the best place to try those autonomous trucks. Traffic data company in Rick's looked at more than twelve hundred roadways across the US keeping both economic and safety impacts in mind and found that I five between Canada and northern California may be the best for trying out self driving trucks. We looked at how many dangerous slowdown there were over a the corridor freight volume and length of the corridor. Bs analyst Trevor read says even with our notorious traffic, it's only on a small portion of the six hundred miles of I five they looked at and autonomous trucks. Could actually help prevent collisions.

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