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Seattle City Council president addresses protests targeting council members’ houses

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle City Council president addresses protests targeting council members’ houses

"Outside the homes of Seattle City Council members are getting the council president's attention. The Seattle Times reports or been demonstrations outside the homes of council members Alex Peterson and Deborah Juarez. Those are the only two members not in support of the funding Seattle police by 50%. Council president Lorena Gonzalez acknowledged the protesters frustrations but says they should not devolved into personal attacks. The

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"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

"Retirement sours got to see that baby boy now as a full grown corporal with the US marine corps guy in a drive by we can't get in there with the middle thank you for everything that he's done and without him I wouldn't be where I am today so our says this reunion was the perfect bookend to his career the latest ballot count so that we have a few candidates can breathe a little more easily ripping told a couple just pulled you up with the latest numbers likely the biggest changes that Lisa herbal the Seattle city council member from west Seattle has now risen above fifty percent a significant threshold since she is running against two other candidates meanwhile in north Seattle income but Deborah Juarez extended her lead slightly but is still below fifty and on Capitol Hill socialist Shamus to want remains in serious danger even though she's leading all other candidates she still only has about thirty six percent of the vote the next alley is expected on Monday Jeff postal a come on newt alot of bicycles out in about this morning for over near the you would die of its all part of the seventh annual obliterated of that twenty five hundred people in fact taking part in that ride to raise money for Fred Hutchinson cancer research center the right kicks off at ten o'clock here not just well just a few minutes away here since our ride began its rate more than seventeen million dollars for the cost today marks the one year anniversary of the horizon airlines plane theft and crash the man flying the plane died in a fiery crash on an island in the cell sound after taking the air for over an hour almost Nick palm a problem that is reports on the aftermath of that incident and what the airport now is saying it's done to keep something like that from ever happening again people who saw it on the ground were stunned this is going to what is happening right now to.

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KTTH 770AM

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"It helps educate not only the child and help the child with with any issues that they're having it helps the whole family, and it helps set you on a path to hopefully de stigmatize the diagnosis a little bit and be able to move forward with some new skills that you've gained autismspeaks is here for adults to we want to provide supports for that twenty five year old entering the job market that are appropriate for where they are always keeping in mind that person it's a person with autism. The person comes first. That's why Bonneville Seattle is proud to partner with the Seattle Seahawks and Carter Subaru and honoring autismspeaks as our charity of the month. Find out more at mynorthwest dot com. Tom. What's happened to the left? Nobody can understand what has happened to these people. We other station not afraid to call himself conservative. Do they have become a loathing hatred for us has Seattle resident I can tell you that one of the problems at Howard Schultz has is he's very very unpopular in his home base. You know, why we used to have a pro basketball team here? You may have heard of the Seattle SuperSonics. We have your back. We are your voice a piece in the New York Times called Elizabeth Warren two thousand twenty strategy standout running out. Now, it is incredible. When's the last time you heard a Republican referred to as inert from the radio? Dial and our app to Amazon echo and everywhere in between Republican fails to connect to people because at Republican is Cole had Maquiavelian democrat fails to connect to the people. It's because they're just too smart. We are AM seven seventy K T t h conservative talk radio. The all new sauce Fadi show or mayor. And then your city council member Deborah Juarez do not care one bit. What you think of them did mornings? Six to nine were voice to them is just a little squeaky sound in the back of their era, an annoyance that they just do it nor every day if we could just go away if we could just get rid of the citizens of Seattle, wouldn't it be a whole lot easier to govern AM seven seventy. The Jason Rancho recipes right now have been going absolutely nuts that the mother investigation did not lead to any sort of claim of Russian collusion. Weekday afternoons from three to six in part of this is because they've convinced themselves that there's no way in the world that a Republican could beat Hillary Clinton, the anointed one there is no way in the world that this particular Republican Donald Trump could have one and some of them convince themselves that the only way he could win is. If you cheat on AM, seven seventy KT TH Shapiro show. Democrats are struggling again with their anti-semitism. Weekday mornings six to nine a real reason. They're okay with this nonsense is because they feel that the people who are pushing the anti semitism are the most important members of their party. It is hilarious to watch as everybody on the left point out every time Steve king tweets white nationalist merchandise far too often, and it's gross. All that stuff committee assignments AOC's is retweeting terrorist sympathizers, no problems. He left is caving into all of this on AM, seven seventy K T H. All right. We're back here on the salt Spady show and seven seventy. T t h. Darren is is to make me feel excited about talking about how lonely and sad. I am. Ooh. How excited are you not really excited? Thanks for how this goes. All right. Sometimes Darren just smiles at me in a way.

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KOMO

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

"And you come forecast fog tomorrow morning that should be a non-issue by ten o'clock show. And then we're going to have sunshine and a high around forty nine degrees right now in Seattle. We have forty seven degrees. Komo news time six twenty five. You can see them all over Seattle. But our totem poles native carvings and other works at Dorning public spaces culturally insensitive. Komo's Jennifer Sullivan says it's a conversation being taken up at the Seattle city council to tribes towering carvings as well. As other key pieces of local art, don't represent Seattle's history. Imagine people who have been here for time immemorial in which the only thing that shows that we're here is that fake chief Seattle thing over there. Seattle city council member Deborah Juarez and her colleagues want the city to take a closer look at all art in city parks and properties. Whether it is a totem pole around the city. That has been here. Sometimes for over one hundred years that may have passed not only useful life, but may have now moved into what is politically offensive to many. If pieces are deemed insensitive, they could be removed permanently answering these questions to these communities about what is historical. What is cultural? What gets Bill would could save Juarez a member of the black feet nations. Started talking about this plan back in August. When her colleagues were rallying to save the show box. People have been delivered in a racing us and making us invisible. Colleen echo hawk with chief Seattle club says a conversation about public art is long overdue. I think the city is ready to talk about this. This is the time for us to have this community conversations discuss what does it mean to have equity in our public spaces, Jennifer Sullivan. Komo news. Komo news time six twenty seven Gadhafi with us on this Wednesday afternoon Wednesday evening with the Democrats back in control of the house, come January and Jeff Sessions out as attorney general many lawmakers are calling for special counsel Robert Muller to be protected. ABC news senior congressional correspondent, Mary Bruce has more Republican leaders appear top Republicans for months have said that they don't need to take action here to protect Robert Muller because essentially the president, you know, wouldn't be so dumb as to as to take some kind of action to impede investigation. Democrats. Of course, have not shared that sentiment. And now, you feel Democrats are getting very nervous, and they want to take some kind of action. I would not be surprised if in a couple of months when they actually are in power here in the house that that you would see Democrats take some steps to try and formerly protected the special counsel. And that is ABC's Mary, Bruce and Republicans are maintaining control of the US Senate but after yesterday's election. Democrats have Democrats have taken control of the house. ABC political analyst Steve Roberts says because of that the near future for the Trump administration will be painful, he says Democrats have to be careful after use that power modestly and reasonably or else it could blow up in their face. And they certainly don't have any grounds for starting impeachment hearings at this point. Roberts expects a number of issues to come up in short order, including the Trump family finances and the president's tax returns Canada is officially apologizing to Jewish refugees who were rejected entry during the nineteen thirties in the house of Commons. Prime minister Justin Trudeau gave a speech asking for forgiveness for his nation's refusal to grant asylum to fleeing Jewish refugees. Komo news time six twenty eight with twenty five percent off.

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KOMO

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

"And red bull the group hopes its initiative finds a place on the november ballot corwin hake komo news housing for the highest bidder several new apps that let renters set the price for available housing want to move into the seattle market komo's mostly still says the city council would have to sign off i we've already heard from a lot of people especially in the u district around you dab talking about rising rents and maybe being pushed out of neighborhoods and so far it sounds like the city council is on their side these apps like rent berry and bidwell work by letting landlords post available units with an asking price anyone who wants to live there then bids what they're willing to pay to rent it some udub students are concerned this will drive up prices especially in neighborhoods where affordable housing is already tight rent berry doesn't have anything listed in seattle bidwell does the seattle city council is expected to vote on rental bidding today opponents want a one year ban on the apps and platforms to council members theresa mesquita and deborah juarez already support that ban they say the new technology just needs some more research and possibly some regulation as well that is closely stole reporting police tried to solve a shooting the left man in critical condition and burien someone called the sheriff's office after they saw the man lying in a roadway deputies tried to find a suspect with police dogs but were unable to find that suspect a seattle police gangs trying to find a unit re again unit rather trying to solve a shooting saturday night in the central district suspects ran away before officers arrived leaving behind a forty three year old man with a gunshot wound he's now in stable condition at harborview a woman's missing the ocean shores area her family desperate to find her tracy ann lewis of salt lake city visiting family stayed at the morning glory motel in ocean shores and saturday her car and belongings were found at the motel even though she'd checked out of the motel on march sixth so obvious county looking for a longterm solution to what's been a long time safety problem for motorists near would yours komo's eric heintz multiple slides.

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KOMO

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

"The land preserve for housing and pedestrian oriented development i would like to walk to the services that you know come with an urban village which has similar to ballard lake city however summer to say the more trimbe is a mismatch for the neighborhood this is not acuity rural neighborhood straight this is a major highway fake our noses cardio ships make money for the city and prohibiting new ones is misguided february prosperous contributes a great deal to x rays moratorium supporter say there are other ways to achieve those goals smaller retail shops copy shops restaurants small businesses they actually employ more than what known industrial type zoning does this proposed temporary basis that is set for a final vote out on monday afternoon and no existing businesses or those currently in the permitting process would be affected by this council member deborah juarez says the aurora corridor will be resolved anyway in the coming year or two in her moratorium serves a bridge that timespan a baby was born in the bathroom of the neptune theater last night avid wall singer damien marley bob marley's youngest son was performing we talked to the woman's sister she says it happened very fast the suit sister very needs are and i was like way let me take a rings discussed the value of every turn around i put my ring on the thing turned back maybe was at arms manager of the theater and witnesses say the newborn ambaum appeared to be doing just fine the mother and baby were taken of children's hospital by medics ballve in stable condition according to the seattle fired a par and it's 34 minutes past the hour komo aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's clear in coma southbound i5 northbound portland avenue a collision on the right lane has been cleared quickly and we do have continued construction investment area eastbound on the maple valley highway itself these seven construction work has a lane blocked and there's just a bit of a backup approaching that scene but overall traffic moving well and your next report at twelve.

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"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

"News time twelve thirty five seattle landlords shoe probe into their prospective tenants criminal backgrounds it would be breaking the law under a bill now on the verge of passing komos corwin haeck reports it all comes down to a full city council vote later this afternoon the fair chance housing act unanimously passed down of committee last week after citizens told council members we shouldn't continue to punish people especially after they've already third they're tired of the bill would prohibit landlords from considering a person's prior arrests sam conviction since when deciding whether to rent to that person and i have this much power supporters frame the measure as a means to help secure housing for homeless people many of whom have prior convictions council member deborah juarez says landlords are not courtroom judges ukraine as many arbitrary rental tribunal where people who have a crime are being forced to show that somehow they have read the eliminated themselves and they should have a right to rent an apartment the full council votes on the measure this afternoon corwin haeck komo news about two o'clock or so is when we should start to see those votes coming in kent police have arrested a suspect in a year old murder case komo's eric thanks reports last summer thirty one year old louisa campos was shot and killed at a homeless camp in the twenty two two hundred block of 88 avenue south later can't police detectives found 48yearold robert de as dead at the same camp investigators believe dea's witness campos murder and then was killed with the same weapon on saturday the one year anniversary of the killings police arrested a thirty year old covington resident in connection with the crime can't police chief ken thomas tells the tacoma news tribune the suspect is at the king county jail awaiting his first appearance police have not released his name because he's not been charged in the murders eric heintz komo news just north of the border vancouver police are investigating after a stunt woman on a motorcycle was killed this all happened during the filming of the new dead pool to movie the ryder went airborne in vancouver bc this morning during the filming her bike crashed through the glass of a groundfloor studio witnesses say she never put the brakes on the writer whose identity identity hasn't been released yet was pulled from the.

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KOMO

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

"The west seattle bridge tease centurylink your next report's at 1214 i'm kiera jordan now colonies the forecast with their hands on we have some clouds around this morning we're gonna move onto partly sunny skies in the afternoon highs today upper 60s to mid70s depending on where you are going to even warmer over the next couple of days very on more sunshine three of partly sunny on tuesday mostly sunny wednesday thursday in the komo weather center i'm theron zahn komo news sixty one under mostly cloudy skies downtown it's ted oh six as we continue with 20 minutes of nonstop news seattle landlord suit probe into their prospective tenants criminal backgrounds would be breaking the law under a bill now on the verge of passing couples gornik reports it all comes down to a full city council vote today the theor chance housing acts unanimously passed down of committee last week after citizens told council members we shouldn't continue to punish people especially after they've already third they're tired of the bill would prohibit landlords from considering a person's prior arrests sam convictions when deciding whether to rent to that person i have this power supporters framed the measure as a means to help secure housing for homeless people many of whom have prior convictions council member deborah juarez says landlords are not courtroom judge ukraine is many arbitrary rental tribunal where people who had a crime are being forced to show that somehow they have reveal intimate it themselves and they should have a right to rent an apartment the full council votes on the measure this afternoon corwin haeck komo news three potshot burglaries in case south county early this morning adding three arrests two adults one juvenile booked for for the break ins of three marijuana businesses wanted gorst one on charleston beach road one of the city of bremerton thanks to alert citizens who called 911 and gave a description of the suspect vehicle police quickly located the card after a short chase arrested two three with their car crashed on highway sixteen states like washington that have legalised marijuana are tried to stop people from smuggling the drug out here's komo's frank lenzi legally grown we'd often gets funneled out of state for big money on the black market nets putting the legitimate marijuana industry at risk the washington state liquor in canada's boards as its replacing its current tracking methods on november first with a highly secure reliable scalable and flexible system in oregon governor k browne recently signed into law a requirement.

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KOMO

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

"In the mid 70s our warmest bosnia tomorrow we're going to be in the mid to upper 70s with more sunshine on tuesday mostly sunny wednesday thursday in the komo weather center i'm theron zahn komo news currently sixty one in downtown seattle a deadly shooting saturday divyan south seattle seattle police tell us a fight led to the gunfire near dearborn and rainier avenue several people said they heard multiple shots an area and man in his thirties died after being taken to harborview the suspect ran away from the scene but was caught a short time later university of washington police looking for a woman accused of a stabbing near campus about a thirty saturday died police have not released much information about the victim or the circumstances the stabbing happened at forty second avidly northeast and university way four years ago today the body of a young woman was founded awards of south everett she'd been shot several times her killer would later be sentenced but it is carlos cottage odds of reports or identity remains a mystery that one detective is determined to solve she was wearing cut off genes a pastel strike tank top yellow wristwatch she was brunettes tan and tall probably fifteen to twenty one years old most likely sixteen to nineteen snohomish county sheriff's detective jim sharpe who told channel 13 last year solving this case ace the when he calls precious jane doe is still a high priority and today marks exactly four decades since she was founded the blackberry brushes strangled and shot seven times in the face her killer would later told detectives he wrapped up bungee cord around her neck when she turned down his advances after he picked her up hitchhiking david roth told police she didn't have a per and he didn't even know her first name or the everett herald reports detective sharp is now hoping advances in dna profiling the figure out who she was her bones and teeth have been said to a private lab where they hope to make a viable dna sample to sequence her entire genome and then with the help of a forensic genealogist figure out who she was carleen and komo news seattle is on the verge of passing a law to prohibit landlords from checking a wouldbe tenants criminal record city council member deborah juarez considers the.

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KOMO

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

"Verge of passing komos corwin haeck reports it all comes down to a full city council vote today the fear chance housing acts you manam asleep passed out of committee last week after citizens told council members we shouldn't continue to punish people especially after they've already third they're tired of the bill would prohibit landlords from considering a person's prior arrests san convictions when deciding whether to rent that person glamorous and i have this miss power supporters frame the measure as a means to help secure housing for homeless people many of whom have prior convictions council member deborah juarez says landlords are not courtroom judges ukraine is many arbitrary rental tribunal where people who had a crime are being forced to show that somehow they have rehabilitated themselves and they should have a right to rent an apartment the full council votes on the measure this afternoon corwin haeck komo news this always county prosecutor's office says the shooting of a former army ranger earlier this year amounted to suicide by cop lake stevens police say one salinas shouted just kill me and repeatedly ignored commands to drop a weapon before he charged at officers as happened in february the everett herald reports the investigation found salinas a service in iraq and afghanistan caused post traumatic stress disorder and depression five police officers converged on his neighborhood after he called 911 and said he planned to kill police and they needed to get their fast and there was a deadly shooting saturday night in south seattle seattle police tell us a fight led to the gunfire near dearborn and rainier avenue south several people say they heard multiple shots now man in his thirties died after being taken to harborview the suspect ran from the scene but was caught a short time later coming up on the komo morning news forty years after she was found dumped in the black very bushes a detective instead homage county hopes to finally identified jane doe oh a local shelter for the animals more than doubled in.

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KOMO

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

"Early unto a popular music festival the area was under a preoccupation alert this weekend when the wildfire jumped the river early yesterday the shumba la news festival started friday night it attracts thousands of people for a weekend of concerts and camping officials decided to shut down the event early yesterday komo news time 633 landlords in seattle could lose the right to check their prospective tenants criminal records comes down to a full city council vote set for later today more on that story from comost corwin hake the fair housing accunet animas lee passed out of committee last week after citizens told council members we shouldn't continue to punish people especially after they've already served their time the bill would prohibit landlords from considering a person's prior arrests and convictions when deciding whether to rent to that person glamour's and have this miss power supporters framed the measure as a means to help secure housing for homeless people many of whom have prior convictions council member deborah juarez says landlords are not courtroom judges ukraine as many arbitrary rental tribunal where people who had a crime are being forced to show that somehow they have the ability to themselves and they should have a right to rent in apartment the full council votes on the measure this afternoon corwin haeck komo news special much county prosecutor's office says the shooting of a former army ranger earlier this year was suicide by cop lake stevens police say 33yearold juan salinas shouted quote just kill me and repeatedly ignored commands to drop a weapon before he charged officers had happened in february the everett herald reports and investigation found salinas a service in iraq and afghanistan caused ptsd and depression five police officers converged on the men's neighborhood after he called 911 and said he planned to kill police and they needed to get their fast it was a deadly shooting saturday night in south seattle and police tell us the fight led to the gunfire near dearborn and rainier avenue several people said they heard multiple shots a man in his thirties died after being rushed to harborview the suspect ran from the scene but was caught a short time later six thirty four now in coming up on the komo morning news advances a dna technology and people searching genealogy online could finally saw the 40yearold case of precious jane doe i'm carling johnson live a local police for the animals more than double in size i'm brian calvert with the grand opening that sure to get your tail wagging separate komo aaa traffic update.

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KOMO

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

"And the ad council coproduce time is ten thirty rejecting in live with abc news now residents speaking out about the failed senate bill that sought to repeal and replace the affordable care act we'll just let obamacare failed we're not going to own it i'm not at all i could give the republicans have bucket out at senate republican leader mitch mcconnell's now calling for an outright repeal of obamacare but that effort already looks doomed as well at least three of gop senators say they won't vote to repeal without a replacement senate minority leader chuck schumer says doing that would caused millions to lose coverage of riposte four trillion dollar house budget for next year slashes government programs and boost military spending medicaid and food stamps would be hit the hardest while military spending would be increased to six hundred twenty two billion dollars the budget committee plans to debate the bill tomorrow former university of cincinnati police officer ray tensing will not go before a judge again it's my decision that he will not be retried a third time that's hamilton county prosecutor joe jitters making the announcement tensing shot and killed samuel dubos during a traffic stop in 2015 scott goldberg abc news and a beautiful morning it is ten thirty one we've got sunshine and the right now in downtown seattle sixty eight degrees on her way to a high near eighty thanks for joining us 20 minutes of nonstop news continues revelations of the sex abuse scandal dogging seattle mayor ed murray have led to a growing chorus of calls for him to resign hi republican strategist ready pebbles says it's a shame that not all members of the city council are are calling on berry to step down get up to the democrats whether somebody who is so flawed and who have doubts from crisis to crisis in in it in and misstatement to miss eytan uh about the the current allegation shen that if they are standing up and saying he could go seattle city council member loretta gonzalez asking murray to consider stepping down yesterday other seattle city council members routes herald sally bag jollies are herbold and deborah juarez issued a joint statement expressing their support for the bear to remain in office until.

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KOMO

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

"Escape from a nearby mental health facility there was no warning combest kristen drew has more and what's being called a miscommunication between the sheriff's office and the d s h s maple and disability near centralia is where people facing criminal charges our evaluated for mental health issues one of those patients daniel more escaped more than a week ago we didn't know for two days that this person headaches gapsou blow zola's across the street from maple lane more escaped through a window in israel according to dish which operates the facility they cannot release information when an inmate escapes because it's confidential information so they rely a law enforcement to do that in this case thurston county sheriff's should have provided a notification but they did not here's why we were under the belief that it was a joint d s hs and deal see facility and we were left with the impression that that's how it would offering the sheriff's office understood they'd be called for incidents here but not for notification they need to work it out and decide who needs to make notification that they need to let the neighbors now kristen drew komo news komo news time is four thirty six police in olympia arrested a suspected drug dealer over the weekend officers were investigating a suspicious vehicle when they discovered rifles drugs and a bunch of cash inside the arrest of the occupant there's a special meeting of the seattle city council tonight to address the charlene elias shooting combest charlie harder tells us is leading to some tents talk among city council members the meeting will be held at the uw kaine hall council member llerena gonzalez's chairs the committee hosting the event what i hope to do is be able to move away from the formalities of requiring people to sign up and only having at two minutes to speak is expected to be well attended councilmember shamas awad saying there's outrage on the streets i don't know the consulate in touch with how much anger chaldean as dead has killing of the has the police this has commuted council member deborah juarez says he hopes the city can come together what i'm hoping that doesn't happen is that this turns into a in a very negative name colleen screaming meeting gets underway at six tuesday night charlie harger komo news.

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KOMO

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

"Two thousand state employees without paychecks k the operates come angry sounding king county sheriff has some blunt words for gang members their parents and gun owners in the south part of the county sheriff john her card pledges local state and federal law officers will stop the bad guys responsible for a sharp upswing in gun violence but he didn't limited stark message to the shooter's also spoke directly to parents and a gun owners loss your gums up pure pair keep your kids away from guns because they're going to die her card was speaking alongside or the law officers who are now part of a shelf king county regional task force and be cutting down on gun violence already the task force claims its arrested twenty six people most of them gang members in just the past week the special meeting of the seattle city council tomorrow night to address the charlene a lyle's shooting gomo's charlie harger tells us is leading to some tense talk among council member the media will be held at the uw kaine hall councilmember llerena gonzalo well as chairs the committee hosting the event what i hope to deary's be able to move away from the formalities requiring people to sign up and only having at two minutes to speak is expected to be well attended council member shamas awad saying there's outrage on the streets i don't confidence engagement how much anger our charlie as death has killing has the police has commuted councilmember deborah juarez say hopes the city can come together what i'm hoping that doesn't happen is that is turns into a you know a very negative name colleen screaming meeting gets underway at six tuesday night charlie harger komo news millions watched the total solar eclipse from the ground in august but a lucky few will be able to watch it from the sky alaska airlines will charterers special flight l take off in portland follow the path of the eclipse will be able to book a seat it's only open to astronomers and serious clips chasers but in a july contest will be held and the winner will get two seats on the flight komo time is ten ten let's head of the sports desk with the ems off tonight tom glasgow leeds off with the hawks policy announced today the training camp.

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KOMO

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

"Ninety team kitchen workers there's a special media the seattle city council tomorrow to address the assure charlene ally also shooting in a coma charlie harger tells us it is leading to some tense talk among council members the meeting will be held at the uw use kaine hall council member lorraine a allah's chairs the committee hosting the event what i hope to deliver his evil tear oh move away from the formalities of requiring people to sign up and only having at two minutes to speak is expected to be well attended council member shamas awan saying there's outrage on the streets i don't know if the council is engaged with how much anger charlene as dead has killing the has the police has commuted council member deborah juarez safety hopes the city can come together what i'm hoping that doesn't happen is that this turns into a in a very negative name colleen screaming meeting gets underway at six tuesday night charlie harger komo news possible case of hantavirus in skagit county tests are being done right now to confirm that schedule county public health says the a person who became ill has recovered there have been four confirmed cases of the virus in our state this year one person is a quad died it is spread through dear mice droppings coming up after we check traffic and weather we're gonna go one on one with state senator above hosokawa who would like to be the next mayor of the city of seattle feet is to thirty four kira jordan what's going on the aaa traffic desk well we're still recovering from our earlier car fire in the seatac area but all lanes have been reopened non westbound five eighteen west of i5 every still working on this slow traffic as you make your way out of newcastle northbound i5 near the nisqually bridge we still have a crash there it is taking up the left lane and that is why you are struggling court eight miles as you make your way out of lacey we also had a solid coma southbound i 5 at thirty eight that was his top military vehicle looks like everything they've moved over to the southern avid still a distraction in that space the things from the federal way trek scales this traffic report is brought to you by bartell jets now offering a free 25 dollar bartels gift card without transfer prescriptions visit bartelldrugs dot com for more information and details on how you can receive a free twenty five dollars gift card your next report that q.

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"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

"Police officers that left a north seattle woman dead come a charlie harger tells us what city council members had to say shirley no lyle was shot and killed by officers after they say she brandish denied them insider apartment in refused to put it down they have been called who replaced by lyle who is reporting a robbery had taken place earlier at a meeting of the seattle city council councilmember shamas want implied race may have had something to do with the shooting the message to people in the us is clear the criminal justice system has no justice for you if you are black or brown going on to say we will need as i said he consul to hold the spd accountable different take and for council member deborah juarez who says she's praying for the lisle family we have to let the healing process began and now that it doesn't matter that this whole city is grieving and we haven't seen the end of this charlie harger komo news seattle police have released the records of an incident took place two weeks ago involving is surely to lyle's they'd been called her a parliament on june fifth four reports of domestic violence police say when they got their lyle's threatened the officer's widow large pair of scissors and made claims that left them questioning our mental health on the police reported indicates she was out of touch with reality and that she suffered from hallucinations or delusions police at the time said family members of lyle's were surprised by her actions and that it was out of character for her to act that way she was facing harassment and obstruction charges for the incident former seattle mayor mike mcgann and a current candidate for the mayor's job tweeted a comment about the officer involved shooting he says the death of carleen lyle's is devastating sadly as a city we have been here before and we will be again without significant change again saying what needs to changes officer training state law and accountability procedures reaction also pouring in in the way of money a gofundme me account set up and that nineteen hours ago to help support lyle's chilled brennan family has surpassed its goal of raising five grand and.

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"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

"From the komo twenty four seven news center were continuing to get reaction and learn new details about shooting by police officers the left in north seattle woman dead comost charlie harger tells us what city council members had to say shirley lino lyle was shot and killed by officers after they say she brandished a night at them insider apartment in refused to put it down they had been called who replaced by lyle who is reporting a robbery had taken place earlier at a meeting of the seattle city council councilmember chama so want implied race may have had something to do with the shooting the messenger black people in the us has clear the criminal justice system has no justice for you if you are black or brown going on to say we will need as a city council to hold the spd accountable different take for the council member deborah juarez who say she's praying and for the lisle family we have to let the healing process began and now that it doesn't matter that this whole cities grieving and we haven't seen the end of this charlie harger komo news komo news time now is one o3 has the king county prosecutor looked into the officer vault shooting of a pregnant woman sunday pierce county prosecutor mark linquist wiz says the law ford's those officers a great deal of protection in washington and officer shell knock be held criminally liable for using deadly force if the officer acted in good faith and without about the only way an officer here in our state can be successfully process qaeda's is if he he meant to do wrong when he pulled the trigger earlier this year there was a legislative effort to change that law which is one of the most officer friendly laws in the country but that effort failed to produce any results well up today for the state insurance commissioners office commissioner my cried law and health insurance options in grey harbor county county.

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"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"deborah juarez" Discussed on KOMO

"Seattle police shot and killed a woman they say was brandishing a knife over the weekend and now that an investigation was underway the cases getting national attention komuves charlie harger following the story the shooting took place just before ten sunday morning in an or seattle apartment charlene elias had called police to report burglary to officers responded police say as she was describing the story the night abs she pulled out a knife and refused to put it down fearing for their lives the officers say they opened fire killed the pregnant thirty year old mother of four family members say she struggled with mental illness but was not a violent person they wonder why officers didn't use nonlethal fours as seattle city council member shanas want the message to people in the us has cleared the criminal justice system as no justice for you if you are black or brown council member deborah juarez is calling for call why was raised that when someone dies animal dies and violent you know you take time to grieve and to heal she wants a complete investigation charlie harger komo new senate committee wants to talk about safety at the evergreen state college ministry tres teachers and law enforcement of all but asked to appear before the senate law in justice committee tomorrow will senator mike padme is the committee chair wanna find out you know what what the universe he did it for it so maintaining public safety there and we're going to hear a patrol well it also that there county sheriff's office hand of course from evergreen them so he tells komo his inquiry will be narrowly focused on the public safety challenges created by recent unrest at evergreen.

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