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U.S. sets record for coronavirus hospitalizations

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"Country is seeing a record number of daily Corona virus cases in, local experts warn This is an urgent situation for Washington state. Almost Charlie Harder, reports the national surge picked up in recent weeks and is leading hospitals across the country to reach capacity. Same situation happening here. And if the bed's air filled with Corona virus patients and staff is overwhelmed. Others who may need urgent care may not get it. State health officer Dr Kathy Lo Fi says hard choices may need to be made soon. We do not want to take further actions that will further hurt our economy, but unfortunately No. If we continue on this trajectory at some point, we may need to be concerned. People let their guards down on Thanksgiving, and this goes from bad to worse, Charlie Harder come. O'Neill's

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01:47 min | 5 months ago

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"The mikes, so there's less interrupting. Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says he is absolutely convinced that Vladimir Putin was the one behind his poisoning. Your listening to ABC News Common Use Art Sanders. Now your top local stories from the Comb 0 24 7 News Center as early as today. Bowling is expected to make an announcement about the fate of the 7 87 Dreamliner WALLSTREET Journal reports The company has decided to consolidate production the plane at two. It's South Carolina plant. Congressman Rick Larson represents the Everett area where the Dreamliner's assembled, he tells coma bowling's move is misguided. My argument is that it's all going to come back in 323 years and at that point going may, in fact be the production lines in ever as well. So that's why they get destroyed, sided decision that a statement, governor James Lee says of the reports. True Washington state would have to take a hard look at the company's favorable tax treatment. State health officer, Dr Kathy Lo Fi says after six weeks of declining numbers. Corona Virus Case numbers have begun going up again in Washington think this highlights how relentless viruses says it's hard to pinpoint a specific reason and people are coming down with it in a wide variety of work in social settings. Now you're co Moh traffic. In Seattle, the North gateway on ramp to North Bound I five is closed for construction until 5 a.m. in Everett, the North bound by five off ramp to westbound stairwell. 5 to 6 is closed until the 4 a.m. hour. And in Puyallup, North Bound Highway 167 between 71st Avenue East and fourth Street. Northwest Road. Construction closes lane until 5 A.m.. I'm Jay Phillips, Cuomo 24 7 traffic. The Kamo forecast wear, still tracking the upper level smoke across.

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01:55 min | 5 months ago

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"Brian Harris with the latest covert update from the State Health Department, which is pleading with you to take the call and provide complete information When you test positive, and you're called by a contact, Tracer, state health officer, Dr Kathy Lo Fi says often when they get through to someone they're unwilling to help. Many are not willing to reveal the names of their Those context in public health. State health also now has federal guidance on a vaccine distribution plan. The state is now working on its plan, which is doing to the feds by mid October. I'm Jeff Pooja Look, the U. Dub is being sued over its decision to move to online classes. That decision was in response to the covered 19 pandemic. But a grad student has now filed a class action lawsuit seeking tuition reimbursement. Thie University says they were open and clear with students about their plans, and each student had plenty of time to reconsider their enrollment, but the university would not comment on the lawsuit itself. And the people behind an effort to recall Seattle City Council member Shama Sawant can begin to gather signatures to get the recall on the ballot in King County Judge ruled that their petition met the standards of factual and legal sufficiency among the claims. That's what used her counsel, office and city money to support the tax Amazon ballot initiative. I'm Cyril Marrow, an Auburn man federally charged with felony possession of a firearm, also accused of looting during Seattle protests. There's unrest will be looking for federal criminal acts to file U. S. Attorney Brian Moran says Guns and stolen retail sports gear were found in the 32 year old scar. It's the ninth federal case connected to the ongoing protests. I'm Charlie Harder. The House Transportation Committee is out with his final report on the 27 37 max crashes. It is highly critical of going management and the way the plane was designed. Aviation analyst Richard Aboulafia going really does need to make changes. In a statement going, acknowledges.

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01:50 min | 5 months ago

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"To take the call and provide complete information when you test positive, and you're called by a contact Tracer, state health officer, Dr Kathy Lo Fi says off And when they get through to someone they're unwilling to help. Many are not willing to reveal the names of their clothes, context of public count. State health also now has federal guidance on a vaccine distribution plan. The state is now working on its plan, which is due in to the feds by mid October. Senator Patty Murray had some tough questions for the head of the Centers for Disease Control. It happened this morning. I'm deeply troubled by reports of rampant political interference and scientific decision making at the CDC. Marie, referring to reports that Trump officials interfered with weekly Corona virus reports for the benefit of the president image. Michael Caputo, the Health and Human Services spokesman, has said that they were reviewing the reports to ensure that there were no deep state motives to undermine President Trump. I'm Charlie Harder. The House Transportation Committee is out with his final report on the 27 37 max crashes. It is highly critical of Boeing management and the way the plane was designed. Aviation analyst Richard Aboulafia going really does need to make changes. In a statement going, acknowledges mistakes were made and commits to improvements. I'm C. Romero, an Auburn man federally charged with felony possession of a firearm, also accused of looting during Seattle protests. There's unrest will be looking for federal criminal acts to file U. S. Attorney Brian Moran says Guns and stolen retail sports gear were found in the 32 year old scar. It's the ninth federal case connected to the ongoing protests. The body of a 10 year old boy who disappeared in July while kayaking on the Skagit River has been found. A fisherman found the body of sage Adam Sunday along the Bank of the river near Rockport. Authorities say the boy was kayaking with his dad. July 7th. When both were dumped from the kayak and rapids in North.

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04:46 min | 5 months ago

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"Center stay connected. Stay informed the Northwest's only 24 hour news station KOMO News, 1000 FM, 97 7. President Trump is planning to visit Sacramento, California on Monday to address the massive ongoing wildfires. There. He's scheduled to join local and federal emergency officials in McClellan Park. Trump issued a disaster declaration for the Golden State on August 14th due to the fires. So far, more than two million acres have been charged by the blazes, according to Cal fire. If it seems like wildfires have exploded a lot faster in recent years, one expert says. It's not your imagination. I'm Ryan Harris with this co Moh extra. It comes down to what University of Washington and U. S. Forest Service Forest Ecologist Susan Pritchard says, is a century long legacy of fewer wildfires, in part because we put them out as quickly as possible to protect communities from smoke and destruction. In some ways, we've got this terrible confluence of climate change, as well as a legacy of firing. Rusian that's allowed fuels to build up and support explosive fire spread. Dr Pritchard says That confluence has not only led to a warmer springs that extend the usual grassland fire season but also that build up of grass is newer and smaller trees and littered on forest floors that create what she calls latter fuels that burn hotter and cause older trees to burn. Richard says forest thinning and allowing some fires to burn have proven that those older trees with their thicker bark will be better able to survive fires. If we take fire out of a system for too long, small trees grow up and create these latter fuels around the big trees and a lot of woods ups under the understory of those trees, and that creates a really hot fire that kills a lot of them. Pritchard says. The rim fire near Yosemite is a good example because it raged outside the national park but was limited inside because Of other recent fires, and Pritchard says forest thinning means with fewer neighbors. The older trees will also be more drought tolerant and resistant to bark beetles, which have left millions of dead trees scattered like giant matchsticks throughout the West. But Pritchard says it also means we need to tolerate more fires and the smoke that comes with them. Something we reminded this past week is not easy to live with, because wildfire smoke in our air is irritating and potentially dangerous. We're lucky, though, says University of Washington professor Dan Jaffe. Because, he says the Puget Sound area is better off than a lot of other areas in the Western US long term that has to do with the meteorological conditions and where the fire's tend to be intend to get the biggest buyers of Columbia Cascades, Northern California and Oregon most of the time. Generally the winds are blowing Westie, so it's not the usual condition that we're getting that smoke. Still, Dr Jaffe says that wildfire smoke has similar effects to cigarette smoke in that it has gashes, chemicals and particles that AJ themselves deep in our lungs, not only blocking the airways but leaving cancer causing chemicals behind, Jaffe says. A quick and dirty way to minimize the gunk in the air inside your home, Mr Tate 20 by 20 inch air conditioner filter to the back of a box fan because they're the same size and either seal it in your window or let it recirculate and filter the air in your closed house. Jeffy recommends a Merv 13 filter, which he says blocks 80 to 90% of the particles, while still allowing air to flow through and in 95, Mass. Can also block out many of those small particles, But state health officials still hope you'll leave those available for health professionals battling the covert 19 pandemic. That crisis creates a real conundrum for state health officer, Dr Kathy Lo Fi, who says not only to smoke put Mohr of us at risk for Cove it but the same people most vulnerable to the virus are those most likely harmed by Wildfire smoke. Lo Fi also points out that the recommendation to be in well ventilated areas to protect yourself from the virus are the opposite of the recommendation that you close windows and doors to keep the smoke out that they can keep airplane indoors. But we also know with Cove. It is that if you're indoors and you don't have good ventilation, and you're with multiple other people that can increase the risk of coded transmission, so she says, until you can air out your home, you might want to consider wearing masks inside. If you have to be indoors with a number of people for prolonged periods with this co Moh extra. I'm Ryan Harris. Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Comeau News. Almost Money report is sponsored by Propel Insurance for Old ABC News Wall Street Weekend stocks were on a roller coaster this week. They were up one day and down the next after taking Monday off for Labor Day investor socially distanced themselves from tech stocks, which led to a slide to start the week. On ly to steady themselves midweek.

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05:33 min | 5 months ago

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"Disclosures. Also in both directions are next. Reporters at 3 24 11 Smith Call traffic smoky skies around Western Washington throughout the afternoon highs today they're going to top out in the mid to upper seventies in some spots and definitely unhealthy air out there. Keep it Smokey on Sunday, but we have some relief coming on Monday and Tuesday in the comer of the seven turns on Cos Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on ly 24 hour news station. Coma news 1000 FM 97 7 President Trump is planning to visit Sacramento, California on Monday to address the massive ongoing wildfires there. He's scheduled to join local and federal emergency officials in McClellan Park. Trump issued a disaster declaration for the Golden State on August 14th due to the fires. So far, more than two million acres have been charged by the blazes, according to Cal fire. If it seems like wildfires have exploded a lot faster in recent years, one expert says. It's not your imagination. I'm Ryan Harris with this co Moh extra. It comes down to what University of Washington and U. S. Forest Service Forest Ecologist Susan Pritchard says, is a century long legacy of fewer wildfires, in part because we put them out as quickly as possible to protect communities from smoke and destruction. In some ways, we've got this terrible confluence of climate change, as well as a legacy of firing. Rusian that's allowed fuels to build up and support explosive fire spread. Dr Pritchard says That confluence has not only led to a warmer springs that extend the usual grassland fire season but also that build up of grass is newer and smaller trees and littered on forest floors that create what she calls latter fuels that burn hotter and cause older trees to burn. Richard says forest thinning and allowing some fires to burn have proven that those older trees with their thicker bark will be better able to survive fires. If we take fire out of a system for too long, small trees grow up and create these latter fuels around the big trees, and a lot of wood develops under the understory of those trees, and that creates a really hot fire that kills a lot of them. Pritchard says. The rim fire near Yosemite is a good example because it raged outside the national park but was limited inside because Of other recent fires, and Pritchard says forest thinning means with fewer neighbors. The older trees will also be more drought tolerant and resistant to bark beetles, which have left millions of dead trees scattered like giant matchsticks throughout the West. But Pritchard says it also means we need to tolerate more fires and the smoke that comes with them. Something we reminded this past week is not easy to live with, because wildfire smoke in our air is irritating and potentially dangerous. We're lucky, though, says University of Washington professor Dan Jaffe. Because, he says the Puget Sound area is better off than a lot of other areas in the Western US long term that has to do with the meteorological conditions and where the fire's tend to be a tend to get the biggest buyers of Columbia Cascades, Northern California and Oregon. Most of the time. Generally the winds are blowing Westie, so it's not the usual condition ever getting that smoke. Still, Dr Jaffe says that wildfire smoke has similar effects to cigarette smoke in that it has gashes, chemicals and particles that lodge Themselves deep in our lungs, not only blocking the airways but leaving cancer causing chemicals behind, Jaffe says. A quick and dirty way to minimize the gunk in the air. Inside your home is to tape a 20 by 20 inch air conditioner filter to the back of a box fan because they're the same size and either seal it in your window or let it recirculate and filter the air and you're closed house. Jeffy recommends a Merv 13 filter, which he says blocks 80 to 90% of the particles while still allowing air to flow through and then 95 Mass can also block out many of those small particles, But state health officials still hope you'll leave those available for health professionals battling the covert 19 pandemic. That crisis creates a real conundrum for state health officer, Dr Kathy Lo Fi, who says not only to smoke put Mohr of us at risk for Kobe, but the same people most vulnerable to the virus are those most likely harmed by Wildfire smoke. Lo Fi also points out that the recommendation to be in well ventilated areas to protect yourself from the virus are the opposite of the recommendation that you close windows and doors to keep the smoke out that they can achieve airplane indoors. But we also know with Cohen is that if you're indoors and you don't have good ventilation, and you're with multiple other people that can increase the risk of Coolidge transmission, so she says, until you can air out your home, you might want to consider wearing masks inside. If you have to be indoors with a number of people for prolonged periods with this co Moh extra. I'm Ryan Harris. Religious leaders such as the pope. And now the Dalai Lama, expressing concerns about climate change. ABC is Yoon Hee Han Has Maur, the Dalai Lama's sounding the alarm about climate change at the G seven's virtual meeting. His Holiness calling on leaders of industrialized nations, too, change their attitude. They are selfish, 700 attitude. Mimi Mimi and help less powerful countries like Africa and India, the Buddhist spiritual leaders, sharing his address on Facebook and warning that global warming will worsen in the next few decades. Unit gone. 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01:31 min | 6 months ago

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"Died in a wildfire in eastern Washington. His parents, Jacob and Jamie Highlander, burned and were last reported in critical condition and a Seattle hospital. Okanagan County Sheriff Tony Holly says they were found with their dead son Wednesday near the chief, Joseph Damn. Jacob was able to walk to the ambulance and Jamie was carried to the Amazon a backboard. They were speaking at that time after a brush fire that engulfed six houses, along with multiple sheds, workshops and vehicles. Graham firefighters, They're spending day and night locating hot spots where new fires could start and watering them down for the most part of the fire is out has been contained, were just in the mop up mode right now, if we did nothing, yes, it could grow. It could get worse, but we're not gonna leave until every hot spot. It has a stop smoking Graham Fire and Rescue Assistant chief Steve Richards says residents are being alone. Out to return tonight, Daily confirmed covert cases, Hospitalizations and deaths are all on the decline in our state, Dr Kathy Lo Fi despite Cem Nice progress here in Washington. Nia's quite a ways from our goal Here with Hayes overnight lows down around 59 or Thursday, mostly sunny and hazy, high 89 I'm Frank shavers re election coverage, hope it updates, local news and opinions. Hello, The Cairo radio at Cairo Radio here for what's next? The days are getting shorter, and you can feel it in the air. Yes, it's that time of year. Pumpkin is finally back A Duncan. It's.

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05:33 min | 6 months ago

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"Continue their downward trend. But now, Cuomo's Ryan Harris tells us health officials were juggling a couple of different concerns. The immediate concerns our covert 19 and wildfires because recommendations on how to protect yourself from smoke are the opposite of recommendations to keep yourself in well ventilated spaces to limit virus spread. State health officer, Dr Kathy Lo Fi says they're also in high gear for vaccine distribution Prep, which she says has a lot of moving parts like priority for who gets it first or tracking. The first of two does vaccines to make sure you get the right second shot. When he's been effective vaccine is available. We will be prepared to deploy it here in Washington and a manner that is both equitable untimely. Dr. Lo Fi says They're waiting for final guidance on vaccine distribution from the CDC and the national Academies of Science. It's engineering and medicine, and they'll watch the Food and Drug Administration's approval process to make sure it's thorough and transparent. Ryan Harris common use the last UPDATE. State Department of Health reported more than 78,000 of positive cases of covert 19 and 1978 deaths. That's 25 more deaths than their last report, which was released several days ago last Friday. And Edmunds Man was in court this afternoon facing multiple charges in connection with the Seattle protests that turned violent in May. Almost Kelly Blier report 20 year old Kelly Jackson of Edmunds is facing arson and unlawful possession of a destructive device charges in connection with a violent Seattle protest on May 30th. Police alleged Jackson threw Molotov cocktails and other explosive devices into police cars. They got an anonymous tip, identifying Jackson as the person responsible. They also have several video showing the suspect damaging the police cars video that resembles Jackson. The case is being investigated by the FBI in Seattle. Police If found guilty, Jackson could face between five and 20 years in prison for arson and 10 years for possession of a destructive device. Kelly Blier CAMO news seven years as the court appointed monitor of reforms ordered by the U. S. Justice Department, Merrick Bobb has resigned from his post overseeing change of the Seattle Police Department. In a letter provided of the Seattle Times this week, Judge James Robart announced Bob's departure and replacement as he departs. Bob expressed personal disappointment in the direction SPD has taken. Pride in the work accomplished so far, and a call for the city to find a new police chief from outside the apartment as quickly as possible. Bob who's the executive director of the Police Resource Center in Los Angeles. Says the department is at its Nater and in need of leadership. Washington's attorney general, has once again filed suit against the Trump administration. This time over possible oil drilling in Alaska was Charlie Harder report On Tuesday, President Trump boasted about his environmental policy in Florida, but it's true number one since Teddy Roosevelt. What if Trump is the great environmentalist Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson disagrees and is suing to block the Trump administration's plan to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska to drilling from past four years. This administration Has frankly engage in an assault on our environment. Ferguson was joined by the G of Massachusetts and making the announcement. He tells co. Mo. He's confident this will not be the last time he filed suit against the Trump administration. Charlie Harder, camo new electric Foot scooters air coming to Seattle. That question is when the latest from Como's Bill O'Neill City Council has approved both the rentable scooters as well as changes to where they are allowed. The Seattle Times reports. The city's Department of Transportation will issue permits to three companies for a combined total of 1500 scooters to start that number could potentially grow to a CZ many a 6000 overtime as to when the scooters hit the streets. Well, that depends on how quickly the company's submit the required paperwork. Previously s dot said the scooters would be available as soon as this month. Council members said part of their decision to approve the program now is to allow people to learn how to use the scooters while the weather is still nice. Hello. Neil Coma News. Coma news time 7 40 from the Comb over Sports desk in San Francisco right now, bottom of the third Giants lead three to nothing over the Mariners and W N B. A Seattle storm in the wings right now, wings just ahead in the second quarter 38 to 37. Might we see 350 college basketball teams and March madness? An explanation from Como's Bill Schwartz? I know it sounds a little like the Oprah Winfrey Show. You're in the tournament. You get a tournament. Coaches in the Atlantic Coast Conference had proposed all division one men's basketball teams, 347 of them get a spot in the tournament. Duke's might show Chef's key is the one spearheading the idea, he says. In this unique Corona virus altered season, Why not allow an opportunity for every student athlete to compete for a national championship? Defensive back Quinton Dunbar practicing full speed with Seahawks today. After clearing Covad 19 Protocol coach Pete Carroll hopes his guys can take their Corona virus bubble mentality with them into Atlanta. I'm really curious about it. You know, we've worked so hard to get to this point, and I'm hoping that we'll be able to carry it over. I'm not worried about the game. Part of it is more like, you know. Transitions between stuff that we got. We're working really hard to control all of those elements as well. The Hawks play the Falcons in an empty Mercedes been stadium Sunday with piped in ambient crowd noise. Serena Williams and Danielle Medvedev advanced to the U. S. Open Tennis semifinals. Sports UPDATES at 10 and 40 after the hour Bill Swartz Comeau News Progressive presents the.

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02:33 min | 6 months ago

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"Families from Renton, But they were visiting newly inherited property in Okanagan County Monday when the relatives lost contact with him. County Sheriff Tony Holly says. Rescuers found Jacob and Jamie Highland and their son near the Columbia River today, Jacob was able to walk to the ambulance. And Jamie was carried to the emblems on a backboard. They were speaking at that time, but they've been since flown to the burn unit at Harbor View Medical Center. They're in critical conditions. NPR's county. This seven A great fire has destroyed four homes and torched 800 acres. Now it's only about 20% contained 3000 people in the summer, Bonnie like area remain under an evacuation order. The grand fire is mostly under control. Today, the 100 acre fire destroyed at least six homes. The nearly 200 people evacuated are not being allowed back home just yet. Daily confirmed Cove in 19 cases, Hospitalizations and deaths are all on the dick hide in Washington state, Dr Kathy Lo Fi, despite some nice progress here in Washington were still quite a ways from our goal. More than 1900. Washington residents have died from Corona virus. President Trump had this to say about coffin 19 today You cannot show a sense of panic or you're going to have Bigger problems and you have had before he was explaining why he minimizes the risk of Cove in 19 in public earlier this year, while revealing to journalist Bob Woodward. He understood deadly reaction from Democratic presidential nominee toe. Biden. You had the information he knew how dangerous it wass. Now all this deadly disease ripped through our nation. He failed to do his job on purpose. 190,000 Americans have died Your Cairo radio real time traffic Now. Here's Tracy Taylor. Heather. I was just looking at one of the tweets and Trooper Ryan Burke in the South Sound and L A p D just arrested somebody that was trying to catch up. I'll start a fire in the media at 167 in Meridian. Well, it looks like traffic is a little slow as we approach that area as well and speaking of slow You've got some heavier traffic on 5 12 is to get closer to Meridian. Drivers are also going to run into some slowing on south About a five from after highway 18 heading out towards the Ramadan Looks like things have cleared up nicely through gig Harbor on Highway 16. Here in Seattle. We've got a couple of blocking problems, one of which is right up near the county line. It was an earlier motorcycle crash that happened on 75 1 96 the new problems for drivers on East 90 just Western Mercer, Way that stone in the right lane. Still working the wreck on north and four or five the onramp from south on 167..

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02:07 min | 7 months ago

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"60 to 70% of people who run unemployment. Sure, it's getting more on you, I then they're making it work. And that's not something that Democrats or Republicans should want. The numbers debated as the US closes in on four million covert 19 cases maybe sees Monaco sir Abdi reports. There are new infections at the White House sources confirming to ABC News that two of the cafeteria's on the White House campus are now shut down after a worker tested positive for Cove in 19. The cafeterias are in two buildings next to the White House officials say. Staff at both facilities have been wearing masks and gloves. And there's quote no need for any White House staff to self quarantine. President Trump telling Fox News in a new interview. He thinks Cove it 19. Testing is overrated, but I'll continue doing it. It's opening day for baseball, struggling season and throwing out the first pitch for the Washington Nationals will be Dr Anthony Fauci. He was interviewed by first baseman Ryan Zimmerman on Wednesday, throwing first pitch before a Big League stadium. I have not Sam, and I'm quite nervous about it. Okay, well, don't worry about if you bounce that there's nobody there, you're listening to ABC News. Coleman News Art Sanders. Now your top local stories from the comb over 24 7 news center. Seattle police responded to several fires overnight, they say were started by protesters on Capitol Hill. Was that a business on Bellevue Avenue and East Olive Way fire units arrived at the two storey commercial building and quickly got that under control. Then, police say, protesters moved to the 1100 block of Pike Street broke into a business and said merchandise on fire there in another. They say some sort of incendiary device was thrown into the whole food stored 1001 Broadway. No injuries reported The incidents are under investigation. State health officials have several concerns is covert. 19 numbers continue to rise, including the new case rate, which is about double what it was back at our peak in March, but among the most concerning the state health officer, Dr Kathy Lo Fi the percentage of positive test going up, So whenever we see increases in testing positivity, it does imply That activity is increasing your culo traffic..

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02:46 min | 8 months ago

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"At nine o'clock. Families and supporters will hold a support SPD demonstration outside of Seattle City hall. The demonstration will be held before to Budget committee meetings at 10 a.m. and two PM seven of the nine Seattle City Council members have expressed support for de funding the department by 50%. The mayor is asking for 20%. Police chief Carmen Best we would never ask. I would never ask my opinion or thoughts on it at all. She says. She knew some defunding what happened as a result of this movement, but not to the extent the council is supporting is going to be very sad if people end up losing their jobs. It would be absolutely detrimental and terrible. And I don't think will ever recover from it. We would do best of the whole people will not come back to Seattle to work. Police are investigating a shooting at Kent Memorial Park last night. This is the second shooting and Kent this week last night. Can't police were called just before nine o'clock to the 800 block of Central Avenue North. It was reported as an attempted robbery that ended in gunfire. One man was shot. A witness told police to men with bandannas on their face, walked up behind a man and demanded money. Detectives are searching for suspects. Monday night, six people were shot at a metro bus stop in Kent. All survived. Governor Inslee has announced a freeze on reopening the state with the spread of the virus. We need to continue to pause the re opening of our economy and further phases. Governor says No more Corona virus rules will be lifted for atleast two more weeks, More than 500 new cases were reported yesterday. State health officer, Dr Kathy Lo Fi says no single industry age group or other demographic is responsible for the spread, she says. It's in every community right now. Covert 19 has killed more than 1400 people in Washington. Ah win for iPhone consumers who faced slowing batteries in older models. Here's Diane King Hall. The company will pay out up to $25 per device. Qualifying consumers and 1/2 a $1,000,000,000 settlement. You may recall, Apple confessed it throttled people's devices without them knowing beginning in 2016 to see if you qualify for the settlement, go to smartphone performance settlement dot com. I knew it. Everybody said I was crazy. When I said every time they come out with a new model, my phone seems to slow down and the powerful Think of all the other things that they do for you that they didn't do before right for for $500. You could get a faster phone when the one you had was perfectly good. Anyways, just 100 that new phones they could, like, 800. Right. Right. Well, you must get that thought you were low balling. Aren't you fancy with your garage attached to your home and your $800 cell phone company provides. That's hearkens back to an inside thing. Sorry about that Es 34. Let's check traffic.

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02:12 min | 8 months ago

"dr kathy lo fi" Discussed on KOMO

"Center. In the last four days, the state of Washington has averaged 711. New covert 19 cases daily. Yet as combos Brian Calvert tells us, we remain divided over how to respond to the pandemic. Dr. Jennifer Vines manages public health in the Portland area were having Respond to it and learn about it. At the same time, he believes. That's part of the reason. There's a lot of division over how to respond. There are those who still refuse to wear masks, and she's as part of the reason is because she and others were discouraging mask use in the beginning, not because they thought they were ineffective because hospitals badly needed those supplies. Literally. The ground is changing under our feet, Dr Robin Henderson says. The other reason we're divided. We look for fax and experts. To confirm what we want to believe. The behavioral health expert says. We seek out expert opinions to back up our own beliefs. Whether those beliefs are based in science or not in many other countries, they're much more comfortable listening to the experts. But this is a very American thing to choose My own expert Brian Calvert. Camo news. We're expecting another Corona virus Update from Governor Jay Inslee. A little later on this afternoon, he's scheduled to hold a 2 30 news conference, during which he'll be joined by the state health officer, Dr Kathy Lo Fi, and we'll bring you the governor's comments live once they begin right here on Comeau. Doctors in the state are warning that a surge in covert cases is likely due to people not adhering to social distancing over the summer people. We talked to have different comfort levels on traveling and getting out of the house this summer, with the threat of covered 19 still looming, traveling noticed because I came to visit family, but I was very, very protective of myself beforehand. Regional doctors say they generally agree with the list release by the Texas Medical Association. Run Jane. How risky certain activities are. Experts like Dr Peter Rabinowitz underscore that outdoor activities are far less dangerous than being inside like eating at a restaurant or bar indoors, for example. As for staying at hotels or Airbnb, he's he says You can cut the risk of transmission by following health guidelines. I'm Abby A. Comey. Come on, is coming up on come. Oh, I'm Frank Lindsay. I'll tell you why some international students here in Washington may be forced out of.

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"dr kathy lo fi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 11 months ago

"dr kathy lo fi" Discussed on KOMO

"Institute predicts by that time covert nineteen will have claimed more than sixteen hundred lives across Washington state the state's top public health official says corona virus continues to spread outside the Seattle area more from call most Charlie harder Dr Kathy lo fi has a lot of concerns she's the public health officer for the state department of health first there's the increased percentage of positive coded tests then there is the spread to dozens of nursing homes in the rapid spread outside the Puget Sound area unfortunately the number of deaths from covert nineteen recorded per day has also gradually been increasing which is concerning to me as well in a press briefing she says data and modeling point to the outbreak reaching its peak in Washington state on April nineteenth despite the bad situation lo fi says it could have been worse she credits the social distancing efforts that went into place early around here keeping the growth rate much lower it in places like New York and Louisiana Charlie Harker colonials in just hours the angel of the winds arena and every it will open up as a quarantine and isolation facility the arena will be separated into two sections one will be for those who have been exposed to corona virus and need to be monitored for symptoms the other section will be for those showing symptoms of the disease county executive Dave Somers says if it's for those who may not be able to recover in their own home or perhaps don't have a home most people will stay here for a matter of days for up to two weeks fourteen days yeah and will be closed when we no longer need it for this purpose so at this point we can't really give you a closing date up to a hundred people could be house there no we were originally told they would be required to stay until cleared by the health department but we've since been told that they will be allowed to leave just if they try that they will be strongly encouraged to stay we have enough for now that word from governor Jay Inslee's office when it comes to this critically important ventilators amid the continuing corona virus pandemic still got under Inslee's chief of staff David postman is frustrated over what he sees as a lack of a federal plan I think the question is what can you do to try to cover the price is right now and have something.

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Several states have closed schools due to coronavirus

News, Traffic and Weather

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Several states have closed schools due to coronavirus

"Sane amid the relentless spread of the corona virus the way the school and business closures across the country has injected huge amounts of chaos in the lives of millions of Americans there are more questions and answers are at playdates for kids okay how do you plan for the future with no idea what it all's health officials say one thing is certain it's going to get worse before it gets better Oregon schools close next week childcare regulator is considering whether to let some day care providers in fact taken more children than currently allowed Oregon has thirty confirmed cases of coronavirus Oregon schools will close tomorrow and remain closed until April first the death toll from new coronavirus here in our state jumps to forty Saturday when king county health officials reported three new facilities two of the new deaths were from the nursing home that's been the epicenter of the outbreak in Kirkland Washington state health officials are fighting the new coronavirus on two fronts containment while trying to ensure hospitals can care for people who become sick and to date we have not received the equipment they need Dr Kathy lo fi says that they're still working on slowing the spread but also trying to plan on how to expand beyond the walls of the state's current health care

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Seattle city leaders urge citizens to take steps to limit COVID-19 spread

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle city leaders urge citizens to take steps to limit COVID-19 spread

"Now our top stories in the call twenty four seven news center as ABC mention seventy total cases eleven deaths in Washington state those are the latest numbers on the corona virus outbreak Washington state health officer Dr Kathy lo fi says not everyone who is sick actually has corona virus but everybody should be careful now is the time where everyone should be thinking that their illness could be covered nineteen and taking additional steps to create to protect other people in the community and other people in their household from the disease ten of the deaths have been reported in king county the eleventh in Snohomish county Grant County now reporting its first case the rest are in king and Snohomish counties of those seventy overall infections here in

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Seattle officials report on coronavirus and testing capacity

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

04:27 min | 1 year ago

Seattle officials report on coronavirus and testing capacity

"And now I'd like to introduce Dr Kathy lo fi our state health officer and speaking just then was Patty Hayes director of public health Seattle king county well good afternoon everyone I'm going to just quickly give you a brief update on the state wide covered nineteen situation and then I'm going to also give you a brief update on testing capacity here in our state so as of midnight last night there had been a total of thirty nine individuals diagnosed with COPD at nineteen in our states this includes thirty one king county residents and eight Snohomish county residents that not that total number of thirty nine individuals also includes ten deaths nine of the individuals who have died our king county residents and one as a Snohomish county residents now I'm going to turn to talk to give you a brief update about testing capacity so we know that first of all we know that there is a huge demand out there for testing there are lots of people in our system in our state who are sick and they want to know whether they have covert nineteen and they want to get tested and I want to tell you that we are doing everything possible to quickly expand testing capacity here in our state so there are a few things that have happened of over the last twenty four hours first of all many of you may have heard that the federal government relax the criteria for who can be tested with the CDC covert nineteen asked say and this was great news and basically now anyone who has symptoms that may be consistent with covert nineteen and faction can be tested we are working really hard in Washington to increase the testing capacity as I have told you before on the public health laboratory in shoreline has the capacity now to test about a hundred people per day or two hundred specimens each individual generally submits to specimens and we are ramping up this capacity we have purchased new equipment we have two new pieces of equipment that should be delivered today or tomorrow and we have quite quite Drupal our laboratory staff that are doing testing in addition it's been a very high priority for us to work with our commercial lab partners to bring additional testing capacity as to bring it to adjust additional testing capacity to Washington we continue to work with the university of Washington virology lab and expect them to be ramping up their tasks at in the upcoming days in addition our state public health laboratory director called almost all all of the large commercial labs in our state yesterday and encourage them all to to to start using as a covert nineteen testing as say so we can have additional testing capacity and there's a lot of work that's also happening on the national level with the lard a lot of our very large national laboratories to encourage them to also begin testing for Copa ninety so currently we still do have a temporary capacity issue with with testing for covert nineteen here in our state but we do not expect this to last long I really feel like throughout you know the next few days we are going to see you know considerable increases in the number of patients that we can test here and I just want to reiterate what some of the previous speaker sad for individuals who have mild illness you don't always know you don't need to be tested this is important to remember we're posting some new guidance on our department of health website which is two pages of information around what individual should do if they have symptoms consistent with covert nineteen and these are a lot of the same messages that we have been repeating over and over in the news conferences they need to stay home from work they need to keep a distance from other people in the household so they don't infect other people and their households and they you know they need to rest and take care of themselves

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"dr kathy lo fi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr kathy lo fi" Discussed on KOMO

"Center we'll have to wait a week now for coronavirus test results from the CDC calls Ryan Harris is at the state health lab in shoreline Washington will begin to do the test itself tomorrow state epidemiologist scuttling Quist says every state was offered the corona virus tests so they took it validated it and will be able to do two rounds of tests thirteen people each per day but as for whether the virus can be spread by someone who carries it but isn't six Lindquist says they just don't know for sure yet we really only known about those fires for a couple months we have seen examples where people were a symptomatic and consideration that there that exposes the other people that asked me in about three months and I have a much better answer still increased says all the planning they've done is under the assumption corona virus can be spread that easily state health officer Dr Kathy lo fi says they're not seeing great spread of the virus in the U. S. but it's likely to happen in Washington so big events could be canceled our schools closed to prevent a major outbreak in shoreline Ryan Harris komo news another big drop on Wall Street the Dow has lost more than ten percent of its value this week my cal stead of Seattle's ousted capital says we could be in for a bumpy ride the next few months I think that the market economy but setting themselves up for something that the tripped up in trip it up in a pretty big way so I really think to today is just more of what we've been getting all week he says it's hard to pinpoint a cause but the combination of coronavirus uncertainty about the election high levels of debt all contribute to the selloff komo news time is eleven thirty four and our call traffic.

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Washington state health officials are preparing for possible coronavirus spread

News, Traffic and Weather

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Washington state health officials are preparing for possible coronavirus spread

"State health officers say they'll be able to test for coronavirus right here in Washington come was Ryan Harris has more from the state health lab in shoreline Washington chief health officer Dr Kathy lo fi says we're in the containment phase which means keeping corona virus out of Washington and keeping it from spreading here state epidemiologist scout Lindquist says if a health care provider find someone who's sick and fits the criteria for a potential case stocks will call us or the local health departments and tell us about a patient that's under investigation and then we make arrangements for that sample to get here and then moving to run today and will work six days a week Lindquist says those two runs a day can get up to twenty six people tested with results he describes as in by nine out by five so within hours linguist was also asked to someone with no symptoms who has corona virus can spread it and he says he just doesn't know yet but they're learning quickly and hope to have a better answer soon Ryan Harris

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Issaquah High School closed Thursday after possible measles exposure

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Issaquah High School closed Thursday after possible measles exposure

"Center, five confirmed cases of measles in just the last five days. That's what local health officials are dealing with komo's Corwin Hake reports. The growing threat forced the closure of king county's largest high school. Most of is high schools twenty three hundred students are getting a day off today. The school is closed after learning a teacher, there is the latest of king county's three confirmed cases of measles. Since the weekend to other recent confirmed cases are in Pierce and Snohomish counties, state, health officer, Dr Kathy lo fi says all of those infected spent time at sea-tac airport. To be a commonality among the cases. One day closure of his equality allows health officials to verify staff, immunization records some students are on campus to take advantage. Placement tests conducted by staff whose immunization is already verified, if you're not made it against measles, or if you're not sure, health officials say you should go ahead and get the shot. They say the vaccine is affected and

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"dr kathy lo fi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"dr kathy lo fi" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay connected. Stay informed. The KOMO morning news. So to right now on a foggy start to this Thursday morning. Downtown seattle. It's fifty three degrees. It's good to have you with us on Gregg Hersholt. Manda is off this morning. Here's what's happening. Five confirmed cases of measles in just the past five days. That's what local health officials are dealing with the growing threat has now forced the closure of king county's largest high school this morning. Let's get an update from komo's Corwin Hake. Greg, most of his equality schools twenty three hundred students are getting a day off today. The schools closed after learning teacher. There is the latest of king county's three confirmed cases of measles. Since the weekend to other recent confirmed cases are in Pierce and Snohomish counties, state, health officer, Dr Kathy lo fi says all of those infected spent time at seatac airport seems to the of commonality among the cases at this particular point in time, one day closure vista qua- high allows health officials to verify staff immunization records son students will be on campus to take advanced. Placement tests conducted by staff whose immunizations are already verified, if you're not acceded against measles, or if you're not sure health officials say you should go ahead and get the shot. They see the vaccine is affected and safe. Corwin Hake, KOMO news real and fake firearms knives. Machetes a sword. Just a fraction of what was seized yesterday. A Seattle police rated homeless camps and apartments linked to a major drug operation in pioneer square and Chinatown. Let's get more from komo's Carleen Johnson. Greg. In addition to all those weapons, they found stolen purses cellphones, watches perfume, over twenty thousand in cash and drugs. A lot of drugs crack cocaine heroin, meth marijuana pills to some of the evidence they seized in those rains yesterday as teams of officers, and swat team moved in making initially ten arrests associated with what police call predatory drug dealing within homeless encampments in Seattle's pioneer square and Chinatown. And then there were adjacent apartments where apparently the ringleaders were opera. Writing an apartment at sixth avenue,.

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"dr kathy lo fi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"dr kathy lo fi" Discussed on KOMO

"Until next week at the earliest and the president of the New Jersey Senate says, they'll put the question to voters next November Richard Cantu. ABC news. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven. Komo news. Time is ten thirty one right now. Forty nine degrees. Art sanders. Top local stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Another measles outbreak in our state brings the virus Puget Sound region with at least five cases spread through Snohomish, Pierce and king counties. The State Department of health says, all five went through seatac airport, either when they were contagious or when they were exposed to the virus for the cases are adults. But one is said to be a student at bottles. North creek high school with another case reported at Issaquah high likely related to this outbreak state, health officer, Dr Kathy lo fi says it's important to make sure you have the measles vaccine here records. Check your children's records. If you're not sure if you've been vaccinated it's really important to call your provider to get vaccinated. If you're vaccines are not up to date says your county health department's website should have information on where the infected people. Went so you can check if you might have been in contact with them. Couple dozen teachers in the Edmonds school district getting layoff notices and the cuts are based on seniority. So it's new teachers, most likely lose their jobs as the district tries to fill a budget gap of nearly eighteen million dollars. Patricia Tae tro, told KOMO. She might be wanted to get laid off, but says it didn't need to come to this has been some, some communication and. The meeting valuers students by not cutting. In addition to the teachers being laid.

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"dr kathy lo fi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"dr kathy lo fi" Discussed on KOMO

"News. One thousand FM ninety seven seven eight thirty one right now in the sunshine and with the frosty conditions in Seattle and a temperature right now in the city is thirty degrees along with Gregg Hersholt, I'm MandA factor. Here the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Also watching the numbers continue to tumble on Wall Street this morning. The Dow Jones average now is down seven hundred thirty points. That's just about three percent. And this. Of course is the first trading session since the eight hundred point loss on Tuesday, potentially deadly drug fentanyl Lopez killed nearly seventy percent more people in Washington state in the first half of this year than in the same time last year. That's why the state's health officer. Dr Kathy lo fi wants a warning to go out to veteran drug users. There's a danger you might not even know is there recently elicit, but no has been found in a variety of counterfeit pill that have been made to look like prescription. Opioids also been found in white and colored powder. But most importantly, it could potentially be president any illicit drug the drug naloxone can counteract an overdose. But unlike other opioids, it might take several doses of it to revive someone who has OD on Fantino Snohomish county and the Everett area in particular leads the state in expectant mothers using opiates to meet the need. A new clinic is about to open dedicated to treating children who have prenatal exposure to alcohol or drugs. So we get more from komo's Carleen Johnson. A recent. Study estimates that one in twenty children in the US has born with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, and for some reason Snohomish county also the.

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"dr kathy lo fi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"dr kathy lo fi" Discussed on KOMO

"The powerful drug fentanyl are on the rise here in our state. And that's why the State Department of health issued a warning that the heroin prescription pills or other drugs sold on the street might be loaded with enough sentinel to kill you state health officer, Dr Kathy lo fi says they can use naloxone or nor can for an overdose. Just like the other alike with other opioids, however is so powerful that. Require multiple doses of naloxone to restore breathing. Dr Levy says they hope that opioid addicts will seek treatment to completely avoid the danger. Researchers have traced a connection between some childhood infections and mental illnesses. Komo's Carleen Johnson is live to explain well this research comes out of Denmark, where they gathered data on hospitalizations and prescription medications for more than a million children over a seventeen year period. Going back to nineteen ninety-five. The study shows that a wide variety of infections even common ones like bronchitis are linked to a higher risk of many mental illnesses in children and adolescents. So this lake they believe between infections and mental health is possibly by influencing the immune system with inflammatory reactions affecting the developing brain this research team found that being hospitalized for an infection was associated with an eighty four percent higher risk of being diagnosed with a mental health disorder less serious infections treated in an outpatient setting with an antibiotic associated with a forty percent greater risk of getting some sort of mental illness. His diagnosis. They found that this risk for a mental health disorder was the highest within the first three months following an infection. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. A former Washington state university student has settled with Pullman police after his million dollar lawsuit claimed assault and battery and disability discrimination. We'll get more on this live from komo's Corwin Hake. Kyle north filed his lawsuit in August two years after he says pull a policeman handling left him with permanent ligament damage. North was a Jack in the box in Pullman at three in the morning when he begged the manager to call police claiming people were following him and wanted to hurt him north suffers from schizo affective disorder. According to court papers arriving officers ended up pulling North's arms behind his back and pushing him to the ground north lawsuit claims officers responded inappropriately to his disability. Pullman police say their officers aren't qualified to diagnose mental disorders. So why reports the case has now been settled terms undisclosed Corwin Hake. Komo news. Here's what's coming up after we check traffic, Microsoft suggest the government check. It's math. I'm Brian Calvert with the discrepancy that could serverely impact internet access.

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