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"eighteen hundred acres" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"It continues to make its way up the east coast the Arizona Humane Society assisted Gilbert police or the rescue of one hundred and sixty six rabbits were living in horrific conditions at a home near Gilbert and water roads on August twenty third the rabbits were being kept in feces covered cages and many were suffering from medical neglect it's believed the owner was breeding them to sell and possibly butcher from meat a wildfire burning north of cave creek is grow to eighteen hundred acres that is zero percent contained river fires not currently threatening any community so firefighters are just monitoring it for now the Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears will kick off the NFL centennial season that I'd at Soldier Field in Chicago the end of C. north rivals of play nearly two hundred total games against each other tonight's game schedule to start in about fifteen minutes five fifty cafe I covers the valley with the side website traffic usually Palin deja vu there Craig eastbound ten showing a lot of slowing twenty four street down about forty eighth street then you've got some relief after that checking out the one O. one here on the east side south bound soda McDowell over to about university drive us you've got a long straight to slow start to show up west bound one a one stars back in Scottsdale at Hayden wrote that continues all the way out to about seven street donor service treats one rack forty eighth street in bayside now with info on the west side here's Datia we just have some slowing in the usual areas leave the ten westbound between the mini stack and fifty ninth Avenue same thing on the seventeen north bound between Thomas and Bethany home the fifty one south bound is looking good but northbound has some volume from the mini stack out to about Coulter street and watch for crash on your surface streets on ninety ninth Avenue. at bell road extravagant for forty five and deja five fifty camp where I. this report is sponsored by indeed dot com indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where.
"eighteen hundred acres" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The weekend mesa hot shot superintended Patrick Moore is a veteran of many hurricanes for many on the team this is their first experience one person is dead another injured after strong winds caused six big rigs to rollover on interstate ten last night about sixty miles west of Phoenix four of the trucks rolled the in the eastbound lanes the other two in the westbound lanes one time tropical storm Ferdinand which ship northeastern Mexico could have a big impact on Arizona's weather next week Arizona State University. Lima tala just Randy survey says the storm impulse of Fernand continues to work its way across Mexico Monday or Tuesday of next week that impulse is gonna get over Mexico and finally get into Arizona and if we have any kind of oyster that could actually help trigger some pretty decent thunderstorms Germany says he's also expecting to see a more active eastern Pacific hurricane a ahead which will hopefully bring more rain to Arizona well the Carolinas are dealing with hurricane Dorian here in Arizona we're dealing with the fire it's the river fire it's burning three miles east of New River and has grown to eighteen hundred acres with zero containment it's not a threat to homes or even though people in communities near New River mesa may smell some smoke a federal judge has ruled that the F. B. I.'s terror watch list is unconstitutional the case was brought by twenty three Muslim American plaintiffs represented by the council on American Islamic relations which said their conclusion on the late inclusion on the list is baseless and has subjected them to years of harassment and humiliation.
"eighteen hundred acres" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And then you have the monsoon season as they call it the north American monsoon ramping up across the southwest and welcome rainfall in some cases but you've got flash flooding strong winds and big time dust storms that the monsoon season brings along with it pretty much and we talked about it last evening that yeah the storms that developed during the afternoon hours over the higher elevations than tend to drift toward the lower elevations on into the evening and overnight hours the strongest thunderstorms yeah can also kicks us some strong wind gusts up I could see some localized damage and power outages of course dust storms can rapidly drop visibility to near zero and raise the danger for multi vehicle accidents out there in the some of the desert weather pattern to the first half of this week could steer the thunderstorms an accident hazards along the I ten corridor from Tucson to Phoenix thunderstorms the develop over the mountains of southeast Arizona will move westward into the desert's according to the weather service el Paso Texas Los Vegas palm springs California some other locations where the thunderstorms may spread this week of those cities would be at risk for sudden storms that may bring some blinding dust to some neighborhoods and then flash flooding the others thunderstorms it'll be kind of a double edged sword for firefighters battling some of the blazes across the southwest that includes the museum fire which is bird eighteen hundred acres and prompted an evacuation notice for recreation areas north of flagstaff not rainfall will help downs the blazes higher humidity will slow the rate of the fire burns however the reasons the winds rushing out away from those thunderstorms can spread the fires and those winds can be very erotic causing the fire to steer in different directions which puts the firefighters and of course other residents possibly in harm's way and it's gonna feel more humid as well even though the actual temperatures yeah will fall short of one hundred ten degrees of the humidity can make it feel more like that out in the desert the core of the monsoon moisture goes back into Mexico headed towards Friday and this upcoming weekend so we'll see a bit of a downturn in the thunderstorm coverage at that point in time then as the thunderstorms decrease the actual temperatures are going to go back in the one hundred ten plus range out there in the desert sun by the end of the month July thirty thirty one at that hi that's because in the monster will drift back toward the east which would open up the region more of the region for some shower activity pretty much right on cue the monsoon season normally begins in mid June and wraps up toward the ends of the end of September now this year monsoon is very late in getting started not in that part of the country travels whether a service of our friends at travel centers of America TA in petrol stopping centers all over the world blends coffee the freshest roast on the road back to the calls here Alex good morning the more are you doing doing well you're talking about that one way thing on seventy one I think it is a problem I drive up and down that road a million tons of the and I see a lot of people regular insulin complex is really doing that your concerns would work but do they say how much it was gonna cost that'll work for a person that does I did not see a price tag no Sir okay well I was one of the things like that should fix the roads before they do that probably because I don't know if you ever come from like downtown of course can work but it's a slight you can't really drive.
"eighteen hundred acres" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station KTAR news yeah it was windy last night it was rainy last night and it was the monsoon finally coming to the valley if you didn't hear last night when you walked outside this morning you might've been surprised that there's some stuff laying in the road and around neighborhoods in the valley so we got some rain not just the blowing dust we to get blind us to them and we got some freeway flooding fifty one was flooded and Katie a our senior news reporter Jim crosses been tracking the monsoon for us also tell the surgeon that we had thousands of people that power last night yeah the heights of it was about fourteen thousand people APS now down to a few hundred S. R. P. it down to a dozen or so this morning but as crews have been out there all night and all you know morning and not a tremendously destructive storm as far as taking out power poles but definitely left some damage behind right now I know you talk to the folks at the National Weather Service here in Phoenix more than maybe their spouses talk to them is that what you've been told about how much how much of a chance we have going forward here well if we're gonna get some more storms tonight they think it'll have a little more rain and it least it'll be more widespread the last night it was Justin pockets last night sky harbor had a trays one spot these valley at fall river involved as they had a inch point one won't New River up in that area almost three quarters of an inch east mesa saw several locations with a half inch of rain so it wasn't you know complete bust everywhere but it was not widespread across the valley yeah for me it was a dirty windshield because you know we moved into a place and we still haven't cleared out enough space in the garage for me to park in there all right so that's also talk about because you are our wildfire expert here in the valley what is this going to do to that wild fire that's burning north flagstaff the museum far well they just finished up a news conference of the type one team that came in and took over the fire last night the same team that father would bury fire the superstitions a few weeks ago rich NATO's stamp the humidity is way up in flagstaff this morning that's good they have a chance of rain off thunderstorms this afternoon again good if it reaches the fire area there is concern off those thunderstorms I could see some land it could be a radic yeah and we were in we talk about if you just get lightning and wind as opposed to actual rain that's worse for the fire yeah hopefully it's not a torrential rain exits burned off about eighteen hundred acres up there they have teams already up third this on the news conference looking at get a ways to prevent a possible flooding so that's good that's way ahead of the curve there it depends on whether storm hits how hard hats don't know if there would be severe flooding in that area just depends on the rain fall and I want to clear up something to that you were telling me yesterday which is the evacuations those were primarily because they were trying to rob this fire of fuel by doing a back burner insulin yeah they wanted to get the people and it was about twenty five homes they want to get people.
"eighteen hundred acres" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"You don't like and you can use against them now like I I can't think of too many people probably haven't said something on social media that that that they regret but I mean the fact that she's representing the state in the pageant doesn't align with their values and saying those but nobody's perfect bill laughed understand like like what it is due to this fate all sense of perfection we're trying to he's perfect but if you make a racist tweet and you say something as races that conversation I was you talk about blacks killing blacks but we always say that it would most raises about who your around white kill whites blacks kill blacks like we we've Adil discussion right but it is a white skill wise that you just said about black people so I guess this is perpetuating a stereotype that black people of the violent ones is that it's saying well people within our communities tend to kill each other we sent we said that we have with about her that what we said no she said no she said it's a black deaths are caused by other blacks the majority black deaths the only thing about black people she's not saying all peoples so you know I totally white so in order for him to be a graduate of the all races basically yes you could have said that in order for that to be that's that's what you put in a particular race instead of saying any anybody else what was the context of the soldiers got the black cats killing black people okay yes so you know just that thank you you always see Dominicans way why gene you see any other race in the world you have to wear jeans a lot I feel uncomfortable all right do we see a G. wrote that the Medicare only a blue jeans all right you guys then yes all right into the way the laws in new in New York Giants jerseys the love that was set up Hey you all right now let's talk about a wildfire in Arizona has grown to eighteen hundred acres so they are ordering evacuations in certain parts Arizona so we'll keep you guys updated on what's happening in Arizona with these wildfires as well and a grocery store employee he was missing for ten years and workers that were removing selves in cooler is just found him behind this door is cooler Larry Eli Amarillo monk cattle he was a former employee been reporting missing back in two thousand nine he had become upset he went to the store and I guess he climbed on top of the cooler that's where a lot of the employees will go when they didn't feel like working just to take an unofficial break any must the following and when he felt there was an eighteen it's gap gap between the back of the cooler and the wall he got trapped there and I think people probably didn't hear his cries and screams for help because the compressors are so noisy it with a concealed any kind of noise that was coming so they just found his body now and they identified him through DNA from his parents I write what a way to go yeah that's awful and that is your front page news I'm surprised nobody smelled them I'm surprised somebody's mow them clearly that grossed opens thanking for years so nobody even thought about it and they got to do like those several people got to come by and check the store to make sure the stores up to like health standards maybe nobody checked behind freeze like to smack you and Malcolm I would that I would man maybe if it's in the freezer it's frozen also what memories I mean this cooler is that if if our remains in all right well that's front page news that when we come back below face will be joining us some claim greatest lyricists have any the devil itself freshman cover this year as well we had a huge record thought the honest with okay give him when we come back to the movies the breakfast club good morning this it tried something new was a bad idea many of us would still be wearing polyester this message is brought to you by glory days grow you may know is for our great burgers and winks but glory days pros mix it up with fresh cedar plank salmon cut in house and grilled to perfection or sizzling and juicy steaks meaty ribs we even have hand crafted cells and sandwiches by our talented chefs to change taste good we promise experience the glory days grow menu in all its glory glory days grill great food great sports this is mark.
"eighteen hundred acres" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Face it we wouldn't have gotten the most of the work Washington DC say yeah let's do that thing I will discuss the weather we need to do another moon shot with the person who I absolutely is an advocate for getting us back into space and get manned missions going into space we discussed this yesterday took your call and we will let that speak about that a little bit later in the program and and right now though I do want to turn to a local story which really does him revocations everywhere because you know that you're not allowed to be against any environmental I checked anywhere anytime you're not allowed to be inch in favor of fracking yarns allowed to be in favor of drilling or good god for bid energy independence unless that energy independence is all you know solar and and wins energy and so it takes a lot of courage to step up and say no we don't want our area ruined by a huge ugly chunk of solar panels which by the way it is not the most efficient way to get what you want done with regard to energy conservation and solar heat and that's what Susan Ralston is doing she's present for citizens for responsible solar and she's pushing back against plans out in Culpepper that you need to know about Susan thanks for joining us today well tell me about what cricket solar is trying to do here with eighteen hundred acres in an area that has always been zone for agricultural purposes I mean this is the whole reason that this was only this way was to keep things rolling green and beautiful you know environmentally friendly so how how is the board of supervisors in Culpeper county even considering this well unfortunately for residents like myself who chose to live in Culpepper in this beautiful world town our board of supervisors has already approved a thousand acres for a solar facility and the same district I'm living in really just down the road from me and there is another application from cricket solar to build a facility starting right across the street from me eighteen hundred acres of beautiful historic Lamm it's it's a courageous that that board of supervisors thinks that this is a good use of agricultural land are they are they getting some kind of you know federal kick back for this are stacked kick back I mean the central the federal environment right now in the state environment is such that the solar developers get huge tax credits they get subsidies on these facilities so there's a huge incentive on them to come in and they know that if they approach rural counties that these counties if you wave enough money at them they are going to a really attractive to these high in the sky incentive and revenue that these companies support to bring to the counting but the county isn't thinking about the long term consequences of what this can do our land our our the character of the county and to the property those affected by this big project now they're gonna be bill who say what what's your beef with this you know it's not like it's a giant wind farmer you got those giant wind bills that mess up the the view in the landscape of these are just solar panels you can't even really see them I mean why what's the harm here but you but you will be able to see them you know our general opposition is on a number of points number one it's not down properly the county I would no sooner put a Walmart across the street from me because of the zoning it's just not appropriate for the land but a Walmart is a tiny foot print compared to eighteen hundred acres that they want to develop eighteen hundred acre you could fit four hundred and thirty nine Walmart in eighteen hundred acres so if you look at the scope and scale of it it's it's just not right I mean there are beautiful homes there are farms we have a thirty acre horse farm a lot of the residents in the area are are either farmers or want to live in a rural community there are a lot of farmers who do do crops on our road and there are really beautiful historic homes that have survived since the civil war so there's a historic element Culpepper drug derived a lot of its tourism revenues from preservationists from civil war enthusiasts outdoor recreation and some people who want to appreciate our scenic beauty so it's just it's it's it's mind boggling to me that the county think that this is a good idea by the way I did listen I I know the area some wide eyed and Donna Summer duck area and call it and I I mean isn't this very close to some pretty significant historical of civil war scenes it is raccoon for which had a tremendous amount of significance on the civil war and Morton's Ford which is a designated a civil war site our battle fields and you know we've talked to a lot of historians in the area the civil war historians have brought hundreds and hundreds of people to this area to appreciate what happens in the war I mean I didn't find out till recently that my backyard the Rapidan river was essentially the borderline between the north and the south during the civil war so our area saw a tremendous amount of fighting on both sides of the river during the civil war and that we want to just turn into an industrial power plant is crazy what can people do to join your effort I mean it sounds like the board of supervisors are inclined to do this for whatever reason what is it what do you attempted to do to try to block it are you trying to recall some of these the members of the board of supervisors so that they can get the message what what should be done what we have a recently conducted a poll to let them know that their own constituents do not want this they might think that this is a great idea for the county but fifty nine percent of the season third residents were directly impacted this do not want that the number one please listen to your constituents are trying to get that message out we have an online petition that we put on our Facebook page which has already in two weeks I have over nine hundred and fifty signatures or really pleased about that and if you want to become engaged please check out citizens for responsible solar dot org or check us out on Facebook but we're really also helping other rural communities who are struggling with this issue I mean there you've probably heard in Virginia about other rural counties being overrun by solar developer yeah and not just in Culpepper but no this is a common worldwide problem and here's what I understand Susan if I can just ask you one more question here I mean you mentioned the Walmart I mean if they really did want to build a Walmart there's no way the environmentalists would let them do it no way the people who are protecting this agricultural zone would let them do what what is the rationale here why are they allowing us solar power plant to be able to be built there why did they get an exception well the unfortunately the county has a solar policy that would allow for developers to apply apply for a conditional use permit because you know the sort of semantics of it being a farmer a solar farm it's not a farm it's not an appropriate use of agricultural land it sure is and and they want to try to say it is but it but it is and and so we want to make sure that this is down to procreate Lee if Culpepper decides that the vast and direction of the county that we want to have printable energy in it we should selling out of her and I'm not talking about twenty thirty fifty acres that an individual farmer wanted may want to put on their lands a diverse the fighter and calm this is a gigantic eighteen hundred acre project all right we'll leave it there Susan Ralston president of citizens for responsible solar thank you for joining us and I came up to date on on how your efforts are going there I will thank you that it is four forty five yes ma'am traffic and weather every ten minutes first on the fives and Rodriguez's in the lowest plaza rolling into the sports sponsored by express pros dot com thank Merrifield westbound sixty.
Magic Mountain Evacuated as Fast-Moving Brush Fire Burns Nearby
"A large bushfire has forced the evacuation of six flags. Magic mountain near Valencia California reporter Jennifer chamois has the story. I see this smoke added terrible thinking, so close a fast moving wildfire in northern California has scorched at least eighteen hundred acres fueled by gusting winds and searing heat, mandatory evacuations ordered for more than one hundred homes north west of Sacramento in what's been called the sand fire in an area with few roads. Some have been forced to leave belongings and livestock behind. I don't know about my horses glass, anyone saw them. They were running down the driveway.
"eighteen hundred acres" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Few people came out there. Okay, next to us, the man next door. He was yelling for help door and he'll crack it up. Enough for me to get to him in our helped put him onto the -partment strong storm caused the grains of fall wildfire season is approaching in western states, and work is underway to try and limit sources of ignition in northern California this weekend. Pacific Gas and electric turned off power to sixteen hundred homes because of powerful wins there's been a heavy amount of late season rain here in California. And that, of course is creating a lot of vegetation, but as it warms up and dries out all of that new growth is just more fuel for wildfires. So the power company under pressure to do more to prevent wildfires. Is now engineering blackouts the first round started on Saturday as the weather turned hot and windy conditions for wildfires burning and yellow county. The fan fire has scored eighteen hundred acres so far with zero containment. Fox's Jeff Paul the Stanley Cup final will be decided in game seven the Boston Bruins beat the Saint Louis blues five to one Sunday night. The game to determine whether Saint Louis wins its first championship is Wednesday night. This is Fox News. Technology today has never been smarter but smart only matters when you put it to good use. Together, we can build a smarter future for all of us. Let's put smart to work. Find out how IBM dot com slash smart. This week. Find great deals at Walgreens, now all twelve pack soft drinks are three for nine ninety nine with card and skin care products like Neutrogena are by to get third free with card now through six twenty nine nineteen get great deals on the essentials, you name right here at your neighborhood. Walgreens, well greens, trusted since one thousand nine hundred one while supplies last. Restrictions and exclusions apply. See store for details. With the capital on saver card. You're in four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. Does that include dinner at that new French place? Yup. Four percent cashback there. How about bowling with my friends? Yeah. Four percent cashback on that, too. Nice. And that'll be rewarding weekend because the Capital, One saver card you earn four percent time dining and entertainment. So when you go out you cash in Capital, One, what's in your wallet? Trump's apply Capital, One Bank USAA. There are lots of ads out there for home security systems, cheap, install it yourself than hope it works systems. But that's not what I want protecting my home and family. I want real security from real security.
"eighteen hundred acres" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"KFI. I'm Cindy CHA a news ninety three point one KFI became the Sacramento valley is under a red like fire warning all weekend. The national weather service says the warning covers the valley from Stockton to reading and extends east to the foothills in west into the bay area interior valleys, a win visor is also in effect all day Sunday from Sacramento reading with north wind. Gusts up to forty five miles per hour. The glass ceiling continues to be shadowed Brigadier. General Laura eager will become the first female officer to lead an army infantry division when she becomes the leader of the California national guards, fortieth, infantry division y-y-you is a veteran army helicopter pilot who, so deny rack now, should be in charge of thousands of citizens soldiers on the west coast. So then California's gasoline prices continue, falling the average price of regular gas lift another penny overnight in the Los Angeles area, three dollars and eighty six cents per gallon. The automobile club of southern California says that's about seven cents lower than a week ago and twenty four cents less than a month ago. Cindy Chan news, ninety three point one KF became a couple of together while the only real slowing. We're seeing is westbound eighty from read out to the yolo causeway. No delays right now on cap city freeway, both directions. Looking good north and southbound five are also clear if you're heading to the airport, and an update on this massive wildfire in yolo county. The fire is eighteen hundred acres now so far zero. Cent contained all residents on county road. Forty one have been evacuated and highway sixteen is closed from highway twenty to the town of Brooks until further notice your next update in thirty minutes. I'm Danielle Jennings. News ninety three point one. K. F. B. K. Clear overnight lows, sixty two sunny, the partly cloudy, Sunday, high ninety five mainly clear.
"eighteen hundred acres" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To the NFL is is huge in in Canada. I mean, the CFO. Night's sleep to watch don't get me wrong. And I I was never good enough to play in that. I played the university. I had a nephew who played in in the CFL. Any he did quite well. What he doesn't it doesn't draw like like the NFL does. So they could never have a pool that generates six hundred thousand dollars every Sunday. The CF L the interest would be nowhere near the popularity of the NFL. No, it's not. I mean, the NFL is is the big show. There's no question about it. All right. Know very busy Sundays though. It's rare. It sounds quite nice. If you win six hundred thousand dollars. I might be coerced into accepting first class round trip ticket from Boston to Vegas. I might. I'd love to join you the I've only been there once I would I would show you Vegas. Like, no one else could. I'm sure you could Morgan d have we have time for a funny Sunday story what we used to do kids real quick. Go ahead. Okay. In my hometown. There's approximately nine penitentiaries, and this one particular penitentiary is eighteen hundred acres of farmland. So in the wintertime, we would go down to the perimeter fence climb the fence and go over into the farmland to all the ponds and play pond hockey. Didn't they have that razor wire? No. Technically on the property of one of the prisons right inside the prison property up. Wow. And they let you kids do it without chasing you away. Never changed this once okay? How many penitentiaries in your area and our city as founding area? I think there's nine eleven nine now. Wow. So it's yeah. It's the prison capital of Canada. So okay. Very little crime. Don't get me wrong. This is just where they they seem to settle all the prison. So but very little crime in where I live. But here's I I meant to ask before, and perhaps you'd like to weigh in on this, Richard. But although I'm guessing Morgan has to boss for a commercial message. Sometimes when I think of Sundays, I think of just puttering around puttering around the apartment puttering around the house when I grew up in suburban Boston doodoo Pottering or do you mostly do very specific? Thanks excellent. Question. We have a family cottage. So one cottage I'll do puttering there. Yeah. So it can be very nice. It can be. That was Richard. I do have to take my break. But thank you for sharing. All the best take care of my friend right by. Thank you. And hit that pool. Maybe I could get us both a trip to Vegas Bill. That would be nice. I've got to take a break, Charlie. You were next. Do not hang up. I hate when people then next and for whatever reason the commercial breaks gives them away. Great calls, though, we've had great calls would Bob. And Arthur and Richard anyone else who wants to call in sick, seven two five four ten thirty will resell what we're doing when we come back. If you don't know, what is inspiring people to call in Andrew, and I will tell you more about that. After these messages time and temperature here at WBZ, one forty nine and sixty five love affair degrees..
"eighteen hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO
"Years and this is the first incidents of violence on. To this level that she has ever witnessed inside police found the eighty, three year old husband with. Multiple stab wounds police believe the woman they, arrested outside the house also tried to torch the home was possibly a flammable liquid that had Poured throughout the house but fortunately the flames never got going police credit the fast action of neighbors who heard the screams called police and ushered others back inside before any more damage could be done his actions along with his wife who called nine one really where the difference. And probably some lies being saved today while some neighbors lives may have been saved the couple itself they're, not out of the woods yet they were taken to the hospital in stable condition and they have been downgraded to critical condition both the seventy six year old wife, and eighty three year old husband meanwhile the forty year old woman she. Was arrested and booked into the King County jail Firefighters are getting the upper hand on. The wildfire burning near Chalan, all evacuation orders have, been lifted and. The blazes forty percent contained it is burned eighteen hundred acres or about two point eight square miles the fire spokesman says most of the. Potential danger from the fire is past barring, any high winds KOMO news dot com is dramatic video. Of a cabin fire in Skagit county the massive, flames and smoke shooting from the cabinet Curtly Cavanaugh witnesses tell us neighbors voters jumped in to help fight the fire and that the cabin is likely a complete loss crews haven't said what may have started it and no injuries have been reported. And a one hundred acre wildfire in the. Mad river area, near Mt it has forced some closures. The cougar creek fire necessitated the closure the upper mad river train system popular motorcyclists and the. Tommy creek trail forest service personnel traveling these trails warning people to leave. The, area the fire is burning, in heavy timber snags and logs and steep inaccessible terrain.
"eighteen hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO
"Twenty four seven news center Bellevue couple in the hospital fighting for their lives. This morning police saying a houseguests stabbed them with a kitchen knife before trying to set the house on, fire yesterday police Saint a forty year old woman had been living with a couple for a few weeks neighbor say she wasn't. Related. To the couple, in fact she was homeless and the couple took. Her in it was just around five o'clock police found the seventy six. Year old woman outside the home on, shelties thirty first street she had knife. Wounds on her chest and face inside the police but find the eighty three year old husband with multiple stab wounds as well if estimators believe the woman they arrested outside the house. Also tried to them torch the home police credit the fast action of neighbors who. Heard the screams call police in ushered others back inside. Before any more damage could be done Say a man found his fifty one year old wife passed out and seventy, seven year old mother dead. Out in their vehicle with four coolers. Of dry ice that, were also inside. That car appears county sheriff's office, saying the dry ISIS to blind through a kind of a rare accident the. Medical examiner saying it caused a death was from a large McDonnell lack of oxygen caused by too much carbon dioxide two hundred firefighters still battling that blaze but gaining the upper hand against the Chilean hills fire that we've been monitoring here for. The last, few days this is burning near around just north. Of Wenatchee last update put the wildfire at eighteen hundred acres about twenty percent contained officials saying that McNeil canyon is now. Open but drivers should be cautious because of the fire activity battle, of the badgers the annual blood drive in Kent had a special meaning this. Year all donations were made in the name of fallen Kent police officer Diego Marino he was killed in, the line of duty hit by a car while setting that spike strip to stop a getaway car last Sunday it's a free Friendly competition. This event between police officers and firefighters every donation by the way saves three lives and for Kent safety it's a way to honor officer Marino the.
"eighteen hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO
"Fire was on, Saturday afternoon police telling KOMO news, a forty, year old. Woman had been living with a couple for just a. Few weeks they were say she wasn't related to the couple in fact was homeless when the couple took her in was about five o'clock Saturday police found a seventy six year old woman outside the home on south. East thirty first street with knife wounds on her chest and face inside police found the eighty three, year old husband with multiple stab wounds if educators believe the woman they arrested outside the house also tried to torch the home police. Credit, the fast action of alert neighbors who heard the screams call police and ushered others back inside before any other, damage could be done investigators say a man found his fifty one year old wife passed out in seventy, seven year, old mother dead Alden her car with. Four, coolers, of dry ice. Inside it Pierce county sheriff's office or saying the dry ISIS To blame though. It is, kind of a rare accident the medical examiner sangha cause of death was s vitiation from lack of oxygen caused by, too much carbon dioxide two hundred firefighters battling that blaze and gaining the upper hand were hearing against the shallan. Hills fire burning, Niro Rondo is just north of, the last, updates put. The wildfire at about eighteen hundred acres and twenty percent. Contained officials say McNeill Kanye and is now back open but drivers should be cautious because of the fire activity no homes have been lost battle of the badgers an annual blood drive in Kent has special meaning this. Year all donations were made in the name of fallen can't police officer Diego Marino he was killed, in line of duty by a car while setting up a spike strip to stop a getaway car last Sunday it's a friendly competition. Between, police officers and firefighters every donation this year saved three lives and for Kent safety it's a way to honor, officer Marino.
"eighteen hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO
"Firefighters are gaining the upper hand against the show hills fire burning nearer Rondo that's just north of Wenatchee officials. Say McNeill canyon is now. Back open but drivers should be cautious because of the fire. Activity the last update put the wildfire at around eighteen hundred acres in just twenty percent contained thankfully no homes have. Been lost in this fire two hundred firefighters are. Out there battling the Blake's tonight Seattle police investigating a homicide in, the south park neighborhood right Hear witnesses say a gray car sped away from first avenue. South near the south park neighborhood that was around three thirty this afternoon when police arrived they found the. Man's body on the ground and right now they are waiting on the medical examiner to determine how exactly. He died no other information about him or any leaves on who's responsible Pierce county sheriff's office says a woman died and they believe dry ice is to blame investigators say a man, found his, wife and mother passed, out in their car with four coolers of dry ice inside, the fifty one year. Old survived but the seventy seven, year old Lakewood woman didn't make it, the medical examiner says the cost of debt was expected. From a lack of oxygen caused by just too much carbon dioxide investigators say this kind of accident is rare battle the badges an annual. Blood drive in can't has special meeting this year all. Donations were made in the name of fallen Ken police officer Diego Merino he was. Killed in, the line of duty, hit by a car while, setting up spike strips to stop a getaway car last weekend the blood. Drive is a, friendly competition between police officers and firefighters every..
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"There everybody it's a beauty out there it's a little bit more. Muggy than it has been though recently and that's because we have some growing thunderstorms over the cascade, crest really watching the lightning there because of the, increased threat for the, wildfire dangerous specially east of the cascade crest and into the one action the valleys overnight lows in the fifties sixties, and highs tomorrow once again, eighties and, low nineties in the KOMO weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell currently under sunny skies at. Eighty-three degrees in downtown Seattle at KOMO news firefighters. Continue to make headway in the wildfire burning near Chalan so far it's burned eighteen hundred acres and more reinforcements are coming in public information officer Michael Krieger says they're worried about the weather we've got. Thunderstorms that are going to be developing, over Cascades and pushing this week. We've been told, steady winds at twenty six. Miles an hour up to forty six miles an hour So that's a concern to, us the fire is twenty percent contained with two. Hundred fifty firefighters working that fire Krieger says they don't have a firm number but believe up to four homes have been destroyed Seattle. Fire. Is saying a large brushfire along I five near, Northgate evening may have been started by cooking fire in a homeless camp neighbors say the camp has been. Going for years komo's Matt Markevic. Reports on who's allowing the camp to. Exist for that. Long spread in a matter of seconds, I burning the. Dry brush along I five then up into the trees it's really scary the flames were hitting to Diane's house but it, didn't one hundred percent surprise me that this happened because. She and other neighbors told me there's been. An on again off again homeless camp along the, stretch of I five for years I spoke to the guy in. This camp, he's been here for ten months along the freeway but now he's afraid because of the fire. He's gonna be swept he says a couple lived at the bird out camp where we found needles Foil. To cook drugs the fire department believes it started as a cooking fire weekend In April a quarter mile away on I five another. Homeless camp burned both fires on state property managed by the Washington department of transportation but when it comes to a decision to. Clear these camps wash dot says it doesn't have the resources to do it alone it needs. Help from the city that. It. Is a joint, decision and we offer our suggestions it comes down to resources really the state says it's the city's navigation team that, prioritizes which camp may or may not, get cleared the city saying in a statement often the conditions. Within encampments near freeways meet the criteria for the encampment to be prioritized for?.
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"High, number part of that is due to the more fires popping up. In western Washington edition to those expected in. Central and eastern parts of the state now Hillary friends of the state's Commissioner of public lands tells KIRO seven this is caused. Their resources to be stretched then our best to give them rest and make sure that everybody is well equipped and prepared and recipe for they fight fires but it is, something as we look at the next coming months which are going to be challenging that. We have to be thinking about in an update that Chilean hills fire in eastern Washington is still reportedly twenty percent contained an at about eighteen hundred acres the Everett police are investigating a homicide after the body of a man was found today in the fifty one hundred block of evergreen way, Seattle times reports. That someone passing by called police a little after six this morning. When they saw the body in the parking lot of a strip mall major crimes Detectors are gathering information as the medical examiner determines who the victim was and how he died there are no reports of any suspects at, this time Police arrested a man accused of. Setting Lynnwood businesses on fire Lynnwood police, say both businesses and a seventeen thousand block of highway ninety. Nine were intentionally set around two thirty this morning the suspect was later arrested and booked and we'll be booked. In the sahoma county jail for arson the damage was minor for both fires and no one was hurt and the light rail extension of Federal Way now reportedly four hundred and sixty million dollars over, the budget and sound transit. Is blaming partially the President Kiro seven reports that the seven point. Eight mile extension is now projected to cost. Two point five billion dollars sound transit Scott Thompson says the. Tariffs are driving up the cost of.
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"Band dome and release them in fact might be a possibility you could even release one we'll be telling you more about that in a few minutes but all this takes place at a game and fish facility call pot latch conservation education center at cooks like now tanna when somebody calls down there do you have to say all that i don't know the whole name of course you know and most people know all of our facilities are named after someone or something so everybody has a long name therefore most people know us as cooks like well tell us more about potlucks conservation education center located cooks lake which is what about twenty or thirty miles east of stuck guard we're about not were nineteen miles east of stat guard and it's a fairly easy to find we have eighteen hundred fifty acres of bottomland hardwoods that's part of the white river national wildlife refuge and this area is set aside for conservation education of youth mobility impaired this is our primary audiences and then secondary would be conservation minded groups and this would include audubon scouting groups any any groups that you know like to get out and help conserve our wildlife these differ from what we know as nature centers and i it's more for just the general public come through so you concentrate more on school programs in larger groups you got eighteen hundred acres you say yes i think that's what set aside for us us now what about the facilities there you've got this many acreage with hiking trails and things like that but what about buildings our facilities is on a seventy two acre complex that is actually owned by the arkansas game jewish foundation which is a nonprofit organization that supports the workings of game and fish we have our buildings are all on that side are walking trails start on there some of them loop over onto the the federal property but for the most part we are you're walking pretty close you know we won't lose you able to find you in the trailer are well marked and they're mode and so it's not like you're going out trampling through tall grass or anything like that.
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"Trump with misery with an education unlocks a person's potential they believe an educated person has a positive impact on his or her community they believe that education is not certain in order to register with it he all of it necessary you are you five by gave a this is gay kop first news albuquerque police say that the man found on fire under the i forty twelve th street overpass yesterday has died he has been identified as fifty year old leo malzone officers responding to reports of a fire under the interstate found moles on on on fire and officer douse the flames and afd also put out a mattress fire at the same location police say that two men were seen leaving the area both described as african americans possibly named randy and easy police say that it appears that the fire was intentionally set and a wildfire that's been burning in the carson national forest for about two weeks is kicking up a lot of smoke and an advisory has now been issued for the area around voller seat does canyon through tomorrow heidi crawford with the department of health says that a large area of northern in mexico is being affected even in santa fe there's some there's bit of hayes that the further north you go it gets a little bit worse gruff hotels whose radio kkob that if visibility is over five miles the air quality is generally good the benita fire sparked by lightning on june third has now grown to eighteen hundred acres and albuquerque triple murder suspect will be held without bond pending trial that's the decision from a district court judge in the case of yawn santiesteban however the judge denied a similar motion filed by the da's office against codefendant gloria chavez the two are accused of killing three people during armed robberies over a twelve day period last month and as for wall street today the dow closed down fourteen points thank you for joyous i might gave him on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy news radio kkob slash talk for.