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"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

"Known as horse heaven, for construction of a 244 turbine wind farm. Kathleen drew is counsel chair. Plans for the horse have been project are consistent and in compliance with the overall land use requirements of Benton county. Not everyone in Benton county approves, especially upon hearing the generated power would mostly fuel western Washington and even California. What the farm does offer locals is up to a thousand union jobs earlier this month the laborers international union of North America announced a memorandum of understanding to provide workers for the project, which could begin raising turbines some time next year. Corwin hake, northwest, news radio. Tourism industry is getting a boost county executive Dave summers announcing the annual tourism small grant cycle is now open. It's known as the hotel motel small grant fund close to half a $1 million in tourism grant dollars are available for public and nonprofit organizations to use for tourism marketing, promotions and capital projects. The average allocation for a project is $10,000, but ranges from 5 to $50,000. And that's como forest Holly menino. Northwest news times 6 O 9, and we talk sports now time for a big plumbing sports update with Bill Schwartz and well, Seattle is going to be well represented at next month's WNBA All-Star Game. Brianna Stewart and suburb of the storm will be starters in the all star shindig July 10th in Chicago. Stewie's fourth all star trip bird appears in a record 13th WNBA All-Star Game. University of Washington, Las Vegas guard, Kelsey plum, goes to her first all star contest. The storm host Washington, tomorrow night. Mariners rookie George Kirby toes the slab tonight at the Oakland coliseum. Seattle facing right hander Paul Blackburn and game two of the series, the M's one for fun last night, 8 to two. Game four of the Stanley Cup finals going on in Florida and a lightning quick start by the home team

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"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

07:44 min | 7 months ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

"7 8 74 55 you'll be calling directly to the home office of encore energy that's one 802 7 8 74 55 A fairly new Homeland Security board has failed to get its work off the ground Just information boards director Nina jankowicz will resign and its work now on hold after furious accusations that the Biden administration was trying to silence political opposition It was never about censorship policing speech or removing content from anywhere Press secretary karine Jean Pierre saying the board was to help federal agencies determine if information was true about foreign governments human trafficking and other criminal acts Andy field ABC News Washington If an elephant is in the room is it considered a person Happy the elephant has lived at New York's Bronx zoo for 45 years but a group called the non human rights project wants to set her loose They're suing the zoo claiming that happy is an autonomous cognitively complex elephant and is worthy under the law of being considered a person but the zoo and supporters warning that a win for the animal rights group could open the door for more legal actions on behalf of other animal species in the zoo farm animals and even pets Dave packer ABC News The PAC 12 says it's scrapping its divisional format for the coming football season the division will now match with teams with the highest conference winning percentages in its title game after 11 seasons of matching winners in the north and south divisions Other conferences are expected to follow suit Big changes for college football coming This is ABC News We check your traffic every ten minutes on the fours let's head to the dubin law group traffic center and get an update from Curtis Calhoun While an earlier closure of the two right lanes I sat down four O 5 just after 70th and Kirkland is wrapped up This was due to a fallen tree that was hanging over the freeway and really was causing a bit of a backup for drivers traveling through that spot so good news there Looks like earlier malfunctioning traffic signals on both directions highway 99 a 145th has wrapped up so good news there as well We also still have a stole off to the shoulder northbound 5 just after Michigan that's definitely still tells us a little bit of a distraction for drivers there Next northwest Travis get you 14 Shannon O'Donnell checks are 1530 mortgage dot com where the forecast Why there everybody's still very gusty through the remainder of our Wednesday evening but the winds will continue to settle down overnight We've got a brighter and calmer tomorrow to look forward to Thursday partly sunny skies huge body showers out there but we're trying for drying and we'll end up in the upper 50s to near 60 back into the 60s with a lovely Friday and finally should see our first 70° readings of the month of May 2022 this weekend In the coming four weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell Sounds good to me Right now partly cloudy skies 53° in Seattle Stay connected stay informed with the northwest's only all news station northwest news radio Good evening I'm Kelly blier and here's what's happening Bold signs the economy and tourism are flexing their muscles around Seattle John libertini explains One event this spring sells the value of convention business Of the hotels that are around the convention center their occupancy was 95% which we haven't seen anything like that since the pandemic began And their travel tells another story C tech was at 92% capacity back in April and the threat of COVID-19 doesn't appear to be hurting the cruise business either With these new omicron variants Do I dively use King County head of performance and budget You may get it but you're not going to get very sick and they think a lot of people are just saying that's worth it to me I'm going to take that chance The concrete strike has slowed the reopening of the convention center but maybe not for long says councilman robbed him baozi They expect to be doing some soft events this fall And then maybe a first early official convention right after the first of the year 22 of the 98 conventions that canceled during the pandemic have rebooked for this year John libertini northwest news radio Unemployment is way down businesses are clamoring to move or grow and the general economic recovery in snohomish county is going well according to county executive Dave summers Executive summers compares it to the recovery of the area around Mount St. Helens after the eruption 42 years ago We as a county will grow back strong and revitalized and really take advantage of the opportunities newly open to us We will never be the same as before Things will never be the same but we can and will be stronger and more resilient Somers says there are still plenty of challenges including housing which he says is still too expensive for most working families He says the state and federal governments need to help build more housing and right now they're focused on transit friendly housing as the light rail line is extended Governor inslee says the state will soon be buying a hotel's motels and apartment buildings The idea is to create rapid permanent support of housing for the homeless in addition to the many tiny house villages that are being constructed They provide people privacy They provide a roof and a shelter they provide hygienic conditions Usually a place to cook and in places to store personal property Also part of the program an effort to keep the state's freeways clear of homeless encampments Patty col tindall is one step away from becoming the next sheriff of King County a 9 member county council committee unanimously approved her nomination today with council members still had questions Can you speak a little bit to your vision for how we respond to people who are in need from a mental health perspective Acting sheriff Cole tyndall We already have a program called radar where we have a mental health professional writing with day law enforcement officer so that when they get that call the right person is there Her final confirmation is expected next Tuesday Another outbreak of bird flu again in Thurston county Jeff pogal has the latest This is the 9th flock found to have the virus in just the last two weeks All of them backyard flocks across 7 Washington counties Many of them with several different species of birds There's viruses super contagious It is past through the air It's passed through water sources through fecal contamination Amber bets with the State Department of Agriculture says whenever there is a detection all the birds in that flock have to be euthanized The good news is that transmission to people is rare and so far there have been no human cases reported Jeff pojo in northwest news radio It looks like the heart of Washington's agriculture is going to remain in a drought at least through the summer Ryan Harris explains Don't let the wet spring fool you It was good for western Washington but the latest map from the U.S. drought monitor shows much of eastern Washington in either moderate or severe drought Jeff Marty with the department of ecology says there's one area along the Columbia basin in extreme drought Where it's some of the lowest in a record going back over a century that chances of ending the drought in the last four months with our normally dry time of year is really pretty remote It's too soon to tell if that means water restrictions for farmers but the experts do seem confident that even though it'll be a warm summer record heat like we saw last year is unlikely They couldn't predict smoke conditions for the summer but with the west so dry we can expect wildfires that will have our air pretty smoky at times Ryan Harris northwest news radio From the Beacon plumbing sports desk at Seattle's climate pledge arena it storm basketball against Chicago right now in the third quarter The storm are up 48 to 36 The Mariners wrapped up their baseball.

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"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:09 min | 9 months ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

"Very unfortunate He's got a lot of very wonderful ties to our community And the fact that he's a sounder owner Seattle sounder soccer As Wilson fires downfield Lockett he's got it The disappointment runs deep the winning started when Russell Wilson stepped on the field Aiden nakamura spent his childhood rooting for the quarterback Just sad I mean Seahawks decided that they wanted to keep their GM in their head coach instead of star quarterback but it's all right Nothing is forever especially in sports John libertini northwest news radio Fewer people are getting sick hospitals are getting some breathing room but the pandemic isn't over That's the message from snohomish county executive Dave summers who says we've reached a point where we can feel safe easing COVID health measures somers says even though the indoor mask mandate ends this weekend he hopes you'll remember there are still plenty of people at risk Across the state and the region there are still thousands of children younger than 5 who can not be vaccinated and there are people who have compromised immune systems because of underlying health conditions age or weak immune systems So there's still many many vulnerable people There's no home ish county's health officers as we need to remain vigilant and hang on to our masks so we're ready for a quick pivot if we get another surge or a new variant In industry that's been on the front lines of the indoor mask mandate will probably take a wait and see approach once the rule is lifted Ryan Harris has more It's the nature of bar restaurant and hotel operators to welcome you in says Washington hospitality association chief Anthony Anton So having to fight with customers over a state rule goes against that but Anthony tells me many of his members will wait and see how customers and workers approach this mask mandate milestone As for the change driving more people into those businesses he says it depends on the region While Anthony says Seattle has had more mass compliance but it's still short on people in buildings and especially on convention business And that will be the metric for them when those 48 floors above that main floor restaurant are actually full with people Anthony says in our area places are still as much as 20% short staff so he can't imagine any business taking steps that would drive their workers to.

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"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:11 min | 10 months ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

"Remains a distinct possibility Russian defense minister reported today that some military units are leaving their positions near Ukraine That would be good But we have not yet verified that In fact sources tell ABC News that some troops including some with medical supplies are being put into firing positions close to the Ukrainian border The families of some of the victims of the sandy hook elementary mass shooting reached a landmark $73 million settlement with Remington which made the bushmaster semi-automatic rifle used to kill 6 educators and 21st graders including Dylan hockley it was designed to kill quickly and efficiently His mother Nicole says the rifle was not made for hunting or self defense A Tennessee woman has been charged with 18 counts of statutory rape and other offenses accused of having sexual encounters with males at a high school Daria Albin ABC News Stay connected stay informed with the northwest's only all news station northwest news radio good evening 6 31 I'm Rick Francis with at least a jaffe Here's what's happening King County metro bus drivers are frustrated with increasing drug use and harassment on area transit and now the agency is taking steps to address their concerns Kelly blyer reports For the last year 8000 community members have discussed how to make metro safer and more equitable These partners came up with suggestions on how to improve things Sean hawkes with King County metro says their new plan include several ideas One is a need for a more visible customer support and safety presence on our transit system Another is a timely security response if a dangerous system does develop They plan to hire 50 additional transit security officers to increase visibility on troublesome roots They also plan to work with metro transit police to address drinking illegal drug use and smoking on transit Kelly blyer northwest news radio 16 people now arrested for a copycat protest at the Pacific highway border crossing between BC and Washington Like those in Ontario these protesters didn't like vaccine and mask requirements so they set up a blockade on the Canadian side of the border I hope that the leads to the border had been blocked by some protesters Four people were arrested on Sunday and now 12 more constable sergeant sanga with the Royal Canadian mounted police says authorities have now set up checkpoints throughout the area and are inspecting any vehicle that even approaches Jeff pozole and northwest news radio The latest COVID-19 numbers are looking good in how much county but as John lobert ini reports it's a new masking mandate that has them uneasy Over the past month new cases fell by 80% from a high of 16,000 a week county executive Dave summers Our hospitals did get right on the edge of becoming overwhelmed but they death rate was not as high as previous waves They're still talk about more booster shots chief health officer doctor Chris spitter There's some concern about the feasibility of continuing to chase strains as opposed to ideally we develop a vaccine that induces an immunity that's independent of mutations But there are again uneasy because governor Jay inslee could soon release a timeline for lifting indoor masking requirements I think we might not quite be there but I have reason to believe that the governor is aware of that too So how much county has maintained its own masking requirements in the past doctor spitter says he'll side with the governor if it makes sense John libertini northwest news radio Northwest news time now 6 34 And let's find out how traffic is moving from the dubin law group traffic center We have Fulton What kind of data downtown Seattle and southbound fathers looking pretty good right now still seeing a bit of slowing as you're heading through the new castle area south on four O 5 from the cold creek Parkway to just about 44 We still have the right wing blocked in Seattle northbound 5 near olive way with this oversized load and broken trailer could be actually a couple of days before that lane is clear that's causing some slowing approaching from just about I 90 in Lakewood still watching a crash investigation that has south da come away closed in both directions between 96th street southwest and still become boulevard and in Sundar watch for crash Southbound highway one 67 at highway four ten the right lane is blocked That's causing a solid backup from.

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"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

"The latest surge in COVID-19 cases There's a new call for booking fewer inmates in the King County jails John libertini report The department of public defense is leading the way with a list of nonviolent criminal offenders who should not be placed in jails Some of our clients are experiencing inhumane conditions Tera Dearborn runs lead and arrest aversion program Serious fear and isolation that has contributed to increased behavioral health crises while in custody The omicron surge we're told is slowing the legal process opportunities for inmates and lawyers to meet and it gets worse as mental health professional Molly Mattingly We are holding innocent people in jail and risking the spread of COVID-19 No booking restrictions would include those arrested for stolen vehicle crimes burglaries staffs fugitive warrants and failing to register as a sex offender It's heavy stuff The pandemic experience of incarcerated people is what they're calling it John libertini como news the positive outlook with new COVID cases on a sharp decline in snohomish county has leaders there urging you to stay vigilant Ghani executive Dave summers says things look good right now and he's hopeful that the omikron wave is the last big one But we've been fooled before and so we are just maintaining our vigilance and preparations if there is a new wave We're also turning an eye towards recovery and a lot of your resilience But I think all bets are off in terms of whether there could be another wave or a new variant in we'll just keep an eye out for it and keep doing what we've been doing That recovery includes the first half of $160 million in federal.

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"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

"Gonna get the latest on a covid outbreak in eastern Washington. Right now, 12 30. A little bit cases fueled by the Delta variants are getting worse. The CDC shows 95% of counties in the U. S. A reporting high community transmission, the highest level since the CDC began tracking cases in this pandemic. The president tomorrow expected to outline new strategies for the nation to battle this latest wave, including the rollout of booster shots. September 20th. New York Governor Kathy Hogle today at a briefing urging more residents, including Children, 12 and up to get vaccinated, she says the state has enough surplus for boosters too much different from earlier this year. It was like the hunger games. Everybody was trying to get the vaccine there were not enough available. This is a very good news dynamic. Right now. There will be plenty of vaccines available for people to get the booster shots. Organizers of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade say the event will return to the streets of New York City this year. Since its virtual pandemic event, But crowds will still be limited along the miles long route. Michelle Franzen ABC News com Oh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon 12 31 from the coma 24 hour News Center. I'm Jeff Coggiola. Here's what we're following. One hospital leader says he hoped this day would never come because most Brian Calvert reports he's referring to crisis standards of care protocols. Have been enacted for the first time. It's happening just across the state line in northern Idaho. We are beyond the point where we can continue to offer care in a normal a setting with normal levels of care. Jeremy Evans is with Kootenay Health and says the new protocol means if they're short on things like ventilators, oxygen and staff They now have to choose who gets assistance. And who doesn't. Some hospitals here in Washington may not be far from having to do the same thing. After nearly 8000 new cases of Covid were confirmed over the holiday weekend in both Washington and Oregon quite clear that, uh, the vaccine provides a lot of protection, but it's not 100%. You know, some people still do end up in the hospital. The homeless executive Dave Summers, says his hospitals are close to capacity and that outdoor mask mandates may help. We're looking at both peers can And in King County Regulation. Brian Calvert Ammonia Covid outbreak is so severe in Cowlitz County that the.

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"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

"Declare victory here in the United States European Union approving a vaccine passport as a way to get more travelers to the EU this summer. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues on Homo news. 1000 FM 97 762 right now mostly clear skies. We're seeing a few clouds in some spots. Some some places are not very warm this morning. It's only 42 degrees in Olympia right now, along with Greg Herschel time manufacturer. Here are the top stories from the Coma. 24 7 News Center. We can learn later today who the first big winner is in Washington state's shot of a lifetime lottery. But it's the chance of winning a million bucks causing people to come in for their shots. Or is that so? Here's co most Brian caliber when asked if demand for vaccine is up, Christie weeks with the state Lottery said, just from what we've seen and heard, Yes, we are seeing an increase, but some, including Snohomish County, Sean Frederick wonder about the effectiveness of the incentives. We haven't seen any indication, either through the health care system of an increase demand. Washington's vaccination rate for those aged 16 and up is sitting at 64%. And the hope was that the Lotto incentive would propel us to 70% by the end of the month, so the state could be fully reopened as Washington continues to bank on the idea of the state next door is watching. We are definitely looking at what's happening in other states. Silky shark Talaq is a health administrator in Idaho, a state that's been mask mandate resistant and has already fully reopened. She tells Kxl why they would push conservative lawmakers for incentives if they can prove free money and prizes actually work. Brian Calvert COMA NEWS, The State Department of Health reports 710 new coronavirus cases since the last update. 80 more 84. More people have been hospitalized. But the statewide death toll has actually been lowered by 71 after a review found that that number of deaths was not covid related. As for vaccinations, more than 7.2 million doses have been administered in our state. So far, Snohomish County grocery store workers could get a temporary pay raise and a public facing county employees would get a one time bonus. Under a plan to reward those working on the pandemics front line. There's Cuomo's Corwin Hack with the story. Snohomish County Executive Dave Summers notes the significant personal risk grocery workers and many county employees have faced for well over a year as they filled essential roles. Brookings Institute video from April supports hazard pay for Grocery workers want to see workers like myself get paid more than minimum wage. My associates have to deal with people at the door. Act in a hostile manner when being asked to put on a mask. Summers.

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"dave summers" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Be open seven days a week for the next six weeks. Farther north Snohomish County remains of the verge of rolling back to phase two covert restrictions next week. Our case rates and hospitalizations have been going in the wrong direction that was king of Snohomish County executive rather Dave Summers earlier today, both King and Kit SAP counties are also at risk of reverting to face too. You may notice more people wearing orange the next few days that spent to recognize national work Zone Awareness Week kind of radios. Chris Sullivan reports. Not Three reasons for these work zone crashes like you would expect following too closely speed and distracted driving. We've had times where the driver will be coming up, and they've just noticed it at the last minute. No swerve one way and go through the work zone in our folks are jumping over guard rails. The Washington Department of Transportation's Northwest Region safety manager Brandon Carter says the works. Bones are set up to give drivers plenty of warning. And yet there was a work zone crash every 5.4 minutes across the country. 4 33. Let's check in with Tracy Taylor. How are our driver's doing out there? Well, I'm hearing about a car fire that maybe a little bit of a problem. This is on the exit to Newbury Hill off of Highway south on Highway three drivers. They're still running into some slower traffic through Lakewood on South 25 is we get closer to grab Li like driving. Doesn't look too terribly bad heading in the North found direction, actually, just a little bit of heavier traffic as we get closer to Main Gate, 5 12 starting to fill in just a little bit outside of steel, straight, both directions of the south him all we had some earlier slowing on Highway 16 year will watch it. The Valley Freeway is definitely picking thickening up from just after Highway 18 most of the way to the 4 10 5 12 interchange. It looks like we're in a war. We're definitely slowing down on north on four or five. Not sure what's going on. But there might be something near that 5 to 2 merged that could be blocking or at least off to the side, because that's a pretty good and pretty fast backup, forming their traffic brought to you by audible audible. Plus is everything you want to hear. Listen, all you want to thousands of select originals, audiobooks, podcasts and more sun it for a free, audible plus trialing audible dot com. Cairo Radio. Real time traffic I'm Tracy Taylor Way. Stay dry for the next few days, with some cloud coverage as well. Showers Return on Friday morning right now, 60 degrees outside of the Carter Subaru studio. I'm Erin Gardella. Cairo Radio News. Tell your smart speaker to play Cairo radio here for what's next Cairo seven news made a promise to be there for you. Through every step of the vaccine rollout from shipping delays to the frustration with getting an appointment there, making sure that you know about every change and taking your problems right to the people in charge. I was seven news has new information to help you navigate the system.

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"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

"Person's opinion control the sky because it's a sizable guy. Yeah, that looks like it looks like it's coming out of something. The defense declined to cross examine McMillan, Marco Malard ABC News over 150 Million Corona virus Vaccine doses have been administered. But CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky warned today continue to see an increase and this is almost a 12% increase from the sun. They period prior. Democrat Rita hardest dropped her bid to challenge the results of an election she lost for a congressional seat from Iowa. She was beaten by Republican marrying at Miller Meeks by six votes. He had faced pressure from both Democrats and Republicans to drop the challenge. You're listening. To ABC News. Stay connected, Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop News continues on CO Moh news. 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon Come on news time. Tuo Tuo I'm Taylor Vance Ice. Now our top stories from the Come on 24 7 News center. We expect to hear from Governor Jay Inslee a little bit later on this afternoon in a press conference, Como's Charlie Harder has a preview. We will be joined by State Health Secretary Dr Amir Shaw. They are expected to talk about the rising coronavirus case numbers. The state. They will likely talk about the newest vaccine here, which is open today, with about two million more people. Now eligible reporters will question them about school reopening plans as well as opening eligibility to the rest of the people in the state. The press conference is in the three p.m. hour and we'll bring you details as we learn more Charlie Harder, camo. New State Republicans are making one last attempt to get their Democratic colleagues to balance Governor Jae in's Li's authority to issue ongoing emergency orders related to the pandemic. Details from Kemal's Carleen Johnson, two dozen GOP lawmakers from the House and Senate sign onto a letter urging legislative action to end the governor's ongoing emergency powers. Has been more than a year since the first order came. This is a pandemic that threatens to overwhelm our society. Without decisive action, GOP representative Vicky Kraft says they're running out of time to act to ensure there was a balance of power. Unless the Legislature acts he will continue in a single Hand his state of authority using emergency powers less than a month left in the 2021 legislative session. Carleen Johnson come on. News cases of covert 19 are rapidly increasing again in Western Washington Commons, Nick Pompom spoke with Snohomish County executive Dave Summers. Officials in western Washington are frightened of what might come next. This is exactly the wrong direction to be going as we go deeper into phase three case rates are rising to levels that could soon lead to another dreaded surgeon. This pandemic. Extremely concerned about the trends in our case numbers and he's not alone. Snohomish, Pierce and King County's air all seeing their trends on a troubling upswing, The health Department warns that we may have to take a step back in the re opening process. If the trend continues coming up, I'm Brian Calvert and another two million Washingtonians can sign up for their shot.

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How to get a COVID-19 vaccine appointment in Seattle

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:59 min | 1 year ago

How to get a COVID-19 vaccine appointment in Seattle

"President Biden announcing more vaccine is on its way to the Northwest, and that there should be enough for every adult to be vaccinated by June 1st as comas. Bryant Calvin reports that's putting a little pressure on local health officials. Everyone has been complaining. There's just not enough vaccine. If the White House is accurate, there will soon be a ton of the precious commodity headed our way. Snohomish County executive Dave Summers. I assure you, we are prepared for the day when we get an adequate supply. We have far more capacity ready to go to deliver vaccines. Then we have vaccines, but others aren't as confident that Sean's don't save Lives. Vaccination Save life Professor Ken Steadman at Portland State University is excited that more vaccine is coming with reservations. This is awesome news science has worked. We still have after have to be very careful about how we get that distribution to happen. Many, like Stedman worry it could take weeks before there's enough infrastructure to get the increased number of vaccines into people's

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"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

"It's deepening the president signing orders that increase food aid, protect job seekers and paves the way for federal workers and contractors to make it least $15 an hour. Congress continuing to debate a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill. President Biden also directing the intelligence community to study the threat of domestic extremism after the January 6th attack on the Capitol. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she'll send an article of impeachment to the Senate on Monday at charges former president Trump with inciting insurrection. In connection with the raid, which left five people dead. Dr. Joe Biden, making an unannounced stop the capital to thank National Guard members who have been part of the stepped up security Daria Aldinger. ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 We've got 44 sunny downtown at 2 31 as we bring you our top stories from the Coma 24 7 News Center. The state reporting 125 new deaths from covert 19 since early this week, pushing Washington's death toll past 4000 and his county's like King move forward with massive vaccination events comes Brian cover tells US one counties running low on the vaccine. Snohomish County has three major vaccination sites in every Linwood and Monroe. And there's a combined potential to vaccinate 30,000 people a week, but there's an issue. One of those sites has been closed since Tuesday, and the other two have stopped taking appointments because the county is running low on vaccine, state health Secretary Umair Shaw. The reality is that we do not have enough vaccine supply that's coming into the state, so we're doing everything we can behind the scenes to move or or transition or support. Vaccination efforts that air throughout the stating there was no talk of more vaccine for Snohomish County until at least next week. Snohomish County Executive Dave Summers says it's frustrating that the county had three sites ready to go, but not enough vaccine to operate at full capacity. Ryan Calvert Camo News, the city of Seattle, working to get the covert 19 vaccine to its most vulnerable population, and at the same time, keeping the risk of exposure to a minimum composed of these Whitaker. They're doing it with mobile vaccination teams. Each team includes one Seattle Fire Department Mt. Paired with two civilians. They're taking vaccine doses out to group homes, vaccinating people where they live, and that's often in tight quarters with shared living spaces Since I started doing this last week, so far, they've vaccinated 529 senior adults in their caregivers at 72 adult family homes. The service Employees International Union, which partnered with the city in this effort, says it's member caregivers are disproportionately black people of color and limited English speakers. The city has 1400 doses of the modern a vaccine in hand. To get all of this done. They'll get another 1000 doses next week. Their plan complete all of these first doses by Sunday, using a new pop up clinic coming this weekend. And then complete all second doses. By February, 21st almost in East Whitaker. The state Health Department reports were still less than halfway to the governor's goal of 45,000 daily doses of the covert vaccine. Where currently averaging about 15,500 per day. The health Department reports a significant vaccinate vaccination milestone. It has finished giving the first round of doses to all residents in nursing homes across the state. Here's what's up next Boeing offers to settle, lawyers say no way I'm Corwin Hate update on a max lawsuit. Also up to the judge now civil trial against him. I'm in is over. I'm Carling Johnson. The massive penalty he could face Cos time 2 34 traffic.

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"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

"The city of Seattle is reaching out to older adults in support of housing in order to get them vaccinated. Here's comes today's Whitaker instead of trying to get older satellites transported to a vaccination clinic. The city is now taking the clinic directly to them. With the help of some public and private partners, Fire Department mobile vaccination teams formed in partnership with the Service Employees International Union are doing all of these vaccinations. Right now. Seattle's got 1400 doses of the modern A vaccine. They've got another 1000 doses coming next week Does number one's going into the arms of seniors and caregivers right now through Sunday with a pop up clinic. Then does number two completed by February. 21st theme team started their work last week. So far, they've reached more than 500 residents and workers at 72 adult family homes. Part of the push with this effort is reaching minority union members as well. The union says home care workers in Seattle are disproportionately black people of color and limited English speakers who don't really have a common worksite. They're just fanning out to all of these homes. That's Carlos Denise Whitaker. State has reported 125 new deaths from covert 19 since early this week, pushing the death toll in our state past 4000 and is counted like King move forward with massive vaccination events kill most, Ryan Calvert tells us one county is running low on the vaccine. Already. Snohomish County has three major vaccination sites in every Glenwood and Monroe. And there's a combined potential to vaccinate 30,000 people a week, but there's an issue. One of those sites has been closed since Tuesday, and the other two have stopped taking appointments because the county is running low on vaccine. State health Secretary Umair Shah on the reality is that we do not have enough vaccine supply that's coming into the state, so we're doing everything we can behind the scenes to move or or transition or support. Vaccination efforts that air throughout the stating there was no talk of more vaccine for Snohomish County until at least next week. Snohomish County Executive Dave Summers says it's frustrating that the county had three sites ready to go, but not enough vaccine to operate at full capacity. Ryan Calvert Co. Moughniyah next Return to the open primary. I'm Corwin hates some voters don't like checking Democrat or Republican traffic..

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"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

"Will be allowed into the Super Bowl next month in Tampa. 7500 will be health care workers given free tickets by the league. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed the comb. Oh, morning News. It is 702 right now. Friday morning. A little chilly around Western Washington is 40 degrees in Seattle right now, but you'll see some sunshine later on today. Along with Greg Herschel time. Manda Factor here. The top stories from the comb over 24 7 news center. Amazon is offering to help the Biden administration speed up covert vaccinations for its workers. Same time, Amazon wants 800,000 of its own workers moved up on the priority list. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says that the administration will consider requests from all companies offering to get involved in vaccine distribution. The city of Seattle is reaching out to older adults in support of housing in order to get them vaccinated as we hear from Kemal's Denise Whitaker, instead of trying to get older satellites transported to a vaccination clinic. The city is now taking the clinic directly to them. With the help of some public and private partners, Fire Department mobile vaccination teams formed in partnership with the Service Employees International Union are doing all of these vaccinations. Right now. Seattle's got 1400 doses of the Madonna vaccine. We've got another 1000 doses coming next week Does number one's going into the arms of seniors and caregivers right now through Sunday with a pop up clinic. Then does number two completed by February. 21st theme team started their work last week. So far, they've reached more than 500 residents and workers at 72 adult family homes. Part of the push with this effort is reaching minority union members as well. The union says home care workers in Seattle are disproportionately black people of color and limited English speakers who don't really have a common worksite. They're just fanning out to all of these homes. The state reports 125 new deaths from covert since early this week. Pushers of Washington death toll past 4000 and counties like King County, You're moving forward with massive vaccination events. But comas Brian Calvert tells us about the county that's running low on the vaccine. Snohomish County has three major vaccination sites and every Glenwood and Monroe and there's a combined potential to vaccinate 30,000 people a week, But there's an issue. One of those sites has been closed since Tuesday, and the other two have stopped taking appointments because the county is running low on vaccine, state health Secretary Umair Shawn. The reality is that we do not have enough vaccine supply that's coming into the state. So we're doing everything we can behind the scenes to move or or transition or support vaccination efforts that air throughout the stating there was no talk of more vaccine for Snohomish County until at least next week. The homeless county executive Dave Summers says it's frustrating that the county had three sites ready to go, but not enough vaccine to operate at full capacity. Brian Calvert camo news Coming Up on the coma, Morning news returned to the open primary. I'm Corwin hates some voters don't like checking Democrat or Republican time to check the drive for you like we do every 10 minutes on the fours and to the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Kierra Jordan, working with a stall into coma that's partially blocking the eastbound 16 ramps in north tonight. Have the right lane of that ramp is blocked. That's slowing you down to the immediate area..

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"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

"Before the East Diameter tunnel is blocking the two left lanes as well as the far right lane. You could get by using the right center later. Next couple Traficant 9 14. Now the forecast here, Shannon O'Donnell, keeping an eye on things for you. Well, a couple of sunshiny days in a row. Today we had to fight through the fog to get to that sunshine. But once we did, it was glorious Temps in the forties near the waterfront in a couple of spots near the foothills in the low fifties today, thanks to the easterly. But we Cascadia winds coming into its shaquan Monroe as we head into Wednesday. We're gonna change things up a little bit, and that we're going to increase the cloud cover That will be a harbinger of a little bit of light rain to come Wednesday night Thursday, and that could include a few wet snow flurries in the foothills, mainly above 1000 ft. Nothing major, but just a little bit of excitement in the coma Weather Center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell in Seattle. It's 41 at 905. Stay connected. Stay informed. Coma Nightside. Just getting word into the coma Newsroom multiple news organizations report that President Trump has in his final hours. Pardon me, one of his longtime adviser, Steve Bannon. No further details available. But Steve Bannon among those many who are expected to get pardons tonight. Frustration from leaders of one of the Puget Sound region counties over the fight for every dose of covert vaccine more from comas. Ryan Harris, the homeless County executive, Dave Summers says they could give 30,000 doses a week there three mass vaccination sites and could push that the 50,000 as they also plan for nine more sites. Summer says they're working to get shots out quickly, and they're not sitting on stockpiles. Just because a private health care energy has a lot of doses doesn't mean that we can get our Hands on it, Nor should the county.

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"dave summers" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Coming from Snohomish County executive Dave Summers today. He says they're ready to scale up to give out 50,000 shots a week, but you can't do it. If the doses aren't arriving. I am frustrated and it frustrating that we're having to fight for extra doses each week. There are 39 counties. He gets that everyone is fighting for this, but the numbers they are hard to wait through. Remember, they're currently able to give out 30,000 shots a week well last week. They got 2300 doses, and when they complained about that they were given 1000 more. That's just 1/10 of what they were ready to use. The state says the federal government is in control of how much covert vaccine we perceive The Department of Health in our state says there's been so much demand for its online phase finder that the website crashed earlier today on top of problems yesterday. The state says it's working to get more band with The site helps you figure out when you're eligible for code vaccine. Today was the first time since March that Tacoma kindergartners were able to attend school inside classrooms. With precautions. You gotta follow the three rules. 6 ft Apart. Wash the hands where the mask Well, I need a rock is she's the principal of married lines Elementary, she tells Cairo seven TV 1st and 2nd grade students will join them in the weeks to come. It's safe to go back to Puget Sound beaches again. Water off Discovery Park was the last to show traces of the sewage that overflowed during last week's storms. Richmond Beach, Golden Gardens and car keep Park reopened over the weekend. Hey, to pollute. Activists are divided over the governor's proposed climate Commitment Act cover radios, Nicole Jennings explains. The bill would establish a cap and invest system, which requires corporations to purchase permission to pollute. Supporters say it's a bridge between business and environmental interests. But others say it will let companies use money to avoid progress. Gilman Gollum on with got, Green says there's a racial justice side as well. Growing up next to the new course. Steel factory smokestacks outside my window, my family and neighbors dying from cancer and having her Disease, Though really allergy for are impacted Communities of color UNEP A study found that people of color are more likely to live near.

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"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

"Man intentionally set his own car on fire to get the attention of the police. And when fire and police crews arrived, he told him he had a bomb in his truck. Police shut down downtown Seattle is they investigated but found no bomb and towed away the truck. Let's go. Most Patrick Quinn reporting, authorities are 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 always come in Washington ahead of Inauguration Day. A new 10 FT. High metal fence surrounds the Seattle Police Officers Guild building. The windows of the building are still boarded up after violent protests were held outside the building late last year. 20 people were arrested during those protests. Security around state capital in Olympia is beefed up and we'll be through Inauguration Day. On Wednesday, the FBI issued a warning about the potential for armed protest in all 50 state capitals. Ava are Vest says she supports peaceful demonstrations unprecedented times. Obviously, everybody's really unsatisfied in the lake is a really disturbing time for everybody. The Washington State Patrol says. They have enough personnel on hand to deal with whatever may come up at the state Capitol. All eight regions of our state will remain in phase one of governor Inslee's healthy Washington plant. Donut least January 25th details from coming with some shell Esteban. So how much county says if it needs all the required metrics. It doesn't wanna wait in order to move into the next phase with less restrictions. The hall ish King and Pierce counties would all need to meet the new guidelines together right now, Cupid 19 hospitalizations are too high in their region, and in Snohomish County, the positivity rate over the last week was up 20%. But homage County executive Dave Summers admits beating the pandemic is a group effort. We understand that we are connected by businesses and transportation networks and just the families across borders. Summers adds that he is hoping scaling up vaccine distribution. Even more will make a difference and people not letting up on health safety guidelines. That's cool. Most Michelle Esteban reporting.

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Inslee warns of new Washington restrictions

News, Traffic and Weather

01:18 min | 2 years ago

Inslee warns of new Washington restrictions

"In the state. They will remain under current restrictions until at least January 25th comas, Nick popping reports that some counties are worried about being group with other counties if their case counselor better than theirs. He spoke with Snohomish County executive Dave Summers. So Summers knows that quelling the pandemic is a group effort. We understand that we are Connected by businesses and transportation networks and just the families across borders. You know, it's ah, natural flow for us to work with King and Pierce. Katie Curtis was Snohomish Health District says It makes good sense to be grouped like this because of the proximity and how much those businesses are intertwined Lot of our hospital systems. Um, are kind of spanning across those county Porter's anyways. But if push comes to shove, insta Home ish start seeing success like they did earlier in the pandemic. We would also be watching to see how this impacts numbers County. But right now, the hope is that all these counties continue to keep following these safety protocols and hopefully increase vaccine distribution, the county says. Based on current projections. The county will likely run out of doses before the end of next week, until significant changes and increases take place not only for the state of Washington, but for Snohomish County as well, Nick problem Come on yours. Record surge in

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"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

"Day. Roads in the area was shut down for several hours while officers investigated. The truck has since been towed away. Right now, all 50 state capitals are on high alert for potential demonstrations this weekend. Security forces that are Capitol campus in Olympia are prepared for armed protests and 8 FT fence surrounds much of the Capitol campus, and National Guard members and state troopers are assigned to protect the grounds. This comes after the U. S capitol siege and violence and in our state when protesters breached the gate at the governor's mansion that same day. It's also in preparation for protest ahead of leading up to President elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday. Chelsea Hudson with ws pieces they are ready for any threat on the Capitol campus or elsewhere in a Libya. We have enough person on hand to handle whatever is gonna happen, You know, unprecedented times. Obviously everybody's really unsatisfied in the lake is a really disturbing time for everybody. Law enforcement says there's no explicit threat against the state capital. But the increased security around the capital will last through Biden's inauguration on Wednesday, the Department of Health says all eight regions of the state will remain in phase one of the governor's healthy Washington plan until at least January, 25th. Almost Nick problem. Reports and counties are concerned about being lumped with different counties in the same region We've seen throughout the pandemic Mad times when we've been doing better than other counties and the other guy he's been doing better than us, which presents a significant scenario for Snohomish County executive Dave Summers. Right now, none of the group two regions in Washington are able to move on to phase two. But even though they're technically in the Puget Sound region, Summers would want to be rewarded for his county's progress, not just the region's progress. If we got to the point where snow much county was meeting all the criteria, we would be asking the governor to let us go because our businesses are suffering our families. You're suffering, but neither Snohomish nor the Puget Sound region are progressing in that way. Region as a whole is still not seeing enough of a decline in covert 19 hospitalizations. Along with that, according to the Department of Health. Snohomish County's positivity rate over the last week was 20%. Let's go. Almost Nick Pop on reporting three drive through. Vaccination sites are now open in Snohomish County..

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"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"dave summers" Discussed on KOMO

"FBI here in Seattle, and that car fire was very close to those headquarters. So that's why we've seen such a strong presence, a big presence of law enforcement numbers of units from the Seattle Police Department. Dozens of officers on scene. But again, the real reason they're here is because it's near a federal building this car fire and it's on this weekend as we're leading up to inauguration date. Roads in the area was shut down for several hours while officers investigated. The truck has since been towed away. Right now, all 50 state capitals are on high alert for potential demonstrations this weekend. Security forces that are Capitol campus in Olympia are prepared for armed protests and 8 FT fence surrounds much of the Capitol campus, and National Guard members and state troopers are assigned to protect the grounds. This comes after the U. S capitol siege and violence and in our state when protesters breached the gate at the governor's mansion that same day. It's also in preparation for protest ahead of leading up to President elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday. Chelsea Hudson with ws pieces they are ready for any threat on the Capitol campus or elsewhere in a Libya. We have enough personnel on hand to handle whatever is gonna happen, You know, unprecedented times. Obviously everybody's really unsatisfied in the lake is a really disturbing time for everybody. Law enforcement says there's no explicit threat against the state capital, but the increased security around the capital will last through Biden's inauguration on Wednesday. Department of Health says all eight regions of the state will remain in phase one of the governor's healthy Washington plan until at least January. 25th comas, Nick problem reports and counties are concerned about being lumped with different counties in the same region. We've seen throughout the pandemic times when we've been doing better than other counties and other kind has been doing better than us, which presents a significant scenario. First, the Homos County executive Dave Summers right now, none of the group two regions in Washington are able to move on to Phase two. But even though they're technically in the Puget Sound region, Summers would want to be rewarded for his county's progress. Not just the region's progress. If we got to the point where snow which county was meeting all the criteria, we would be asking the governor to let us go because our businesses are suffering and our families you're suffering, But neither Snohomish nor the Puget Sound region are progressing in that way. The region as a whole is still not seeing enough of a decline in covert 19 hospitalizations. Along with that, according to the Department of Health. Snohomish County's positivity rate over the last week was 20%. Let's go, almost Nick Pop on reporting. We drive through vaccination sites are now open in Snohomish County..

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