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"ellensburg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on KOMO

"Spotted driving west toward ellensburg around 8 p.m. Deputies pursued the car for a while but then decided it was too dangerous to continue But they spotted the suspect driving south on state route 97 west of Ellen's Berg and hour later and were able to deploy spike strips and take him into custody the suspect faces escape assault theft of a motor vehicle and alluding charges And people in the Mount Vernon area this morning fell to 3.6 magnitude earthquake according to the U.S. geological survey it shook the area 1.3 miles east of Mount Vernon just after 4 a.m. people who felt it say it only lasted for a few seconds Northwest news time is four 34 Let's head over to the dubin law group traffic center and hear from Evan about how our traffic is faring I still see an issue on highway 9 north of marsh road and emergency responses blocking the roadway fully with the number of response vehicles on scene scene to that issue and demonstration in Seattle continues in four 70 south near Washington street blocking all northbound lanes still slow on southbound 5 as you make your way through Marysville and into ever down to about the snow which river bridge south I've slow from about Lake city way to the ship canal bridge slowing on northbound 5 make your way out of lacy up to the river and north by also slowing from highway 16 to the pilaf river our next traffic is at four 44 Rebecca Stevenson checks our 1530 mortgage dot com forecast Cloudy skies this evening but dry weather at least up until about midnight when we're expecting some rain to start developing out in the coast Yeah Monday is gonna start out rainy and.

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"ellensburg" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:07 min | 9 months ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It is the Ellensburg Rodeo. Let's hear from Helen's heard. And radios, setting the bar a little high here, aren't we? I mean, the idea like this is it. This is the zenith, the pinnacle the rest of your life. Everything will be a huge disappointment compared to the Ellen's Ride Rodeo, and I was like, Wow, this is I mean, I don't know what's going to come out of that shoot. But here we go, and it's you know, it's the rug Rodeo stuff. It's cool stuff. I mean, I admire the athleticism at all. But rice like Dad, they got the cowboy, The clown and the other guy should have more kind of back and forth and he's analyzing and goes, They probably 30 shows together. Don't you think it work out a routine somehow that like They would have some stick that they've got already down that they know works, but it seemed like they had just partnered together. But as right pointed out, the guy doing the announcing actually went to the wedding of JJ. Whatever his name was the guy who was running around with a barrel and the The clown makeup on and it was. That's what we left. We left because we couldn't stand the the dialogue. Well, I mean, the the rodeo clown. I'm sorry. You'll have to forgive me. I I don't know a lot about rodeos, but the rodeo clown's job is to distract right. To distract people from the fact this might not be the most entertaining thing you've ever seen in your life. I know heat. Well, no, the other guys come out there and keep the bull away from the rider. The clown keeps stuff going like talking to the other guy when they had one in here in Cleveland a couple of weeks ago. He's like, uh, the clowns running around He goes, Uh Hey. Hey, Jimmy. I went to the doctor the other day. What did the doctor say to you? He said to me. I said, Hey, Hey. Hey, Doctor. I was playing harmonica. Nice holiday and one of the doctors. Lydia, he said We'll just be glad you weren't playing the piano. Oh, come on now, JJ, you know, and it's like that. You know the joke That's coming, right? Right? I think, yeah. Yeah, And what else happened at the doctor? Well, I told my natural it hurts Every time I do this what your doctors say? Yuck said Don't do that. Like, okay. These are really horrible jokes. But you're just waiting for the guy to come out and bull ride the next wing. But these guys didn't have any of that. It was just like Hey, Hey, Billy. Yeah. Hey, what you doing up there? I'm talking to you and making sure people have a great time here in Ellensburg. Hey, labourers. You have a great time down here. Well, that's great. Oh, here comes another rider. I mean, it's just Oh, you're so bad that you'd think that they would have some kind of stick, you know, worked out built in like, Let's go to the Let's go to the cotton candy jokes. Let's do a whole seriously that sort of stuff. But no, it just seemed like they were just in a Free wheeling it and Oh, yeah, yeah, Maybe it would be better because he's a clown not to talk cause eight. No, no, no, no, no, they have to. That's part of the deal. Yeah, there's one, the one in Cleveland. Uh um..

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"ellensburg" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Is true. And that's you know that's a small that's a small thing it's not cosmic. It's pretty big to me. There's something very existential about what you're saying that there's just this it's like an untapped not it's not untapped but it's a never ending resource renewable resource. That will always be. It will always continue to be and it's very likely that we will never know everything there is to know. Maybe that maybe that's a good way to put it that. I think something the mathematicians know about math. Maybe the general public doesn't know math. Is that what we don't know is so cosmic leave vastly bigger than what we do know that we're not in any danger of figuring it all out. There's no peak math right that doesn't exist and isn't it. Funny that for some. That realization is a little bit groundless. It's a little unbounded and it's frightening. Only gosh we don't. We only know a fraction of what there is to know. Oh were so behind. No there's so much to do and yet for others this. It opens up the potential for multiple lifetimes of curiosity. And what a beautiful thing that there will always be more to discover absolutely will jordan. Thank you so much for spending the time with us today everybody. The book is shape. The hidden geometry of information biology strategy democracy. And everything else by dr jordan. Ellensburg i had a blast and i learned an awful lot new and it's my book and everyone listening. Thank you for coming back week after week. I'm really looking forward to the next time we all get together..

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"ellensburg" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

04:12 min | 10 months ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Rob shrek puss. Quality gelati brian holden. Christopher pits daniel. Lang david j. E smith dudas infinite. 'as june sarah or rica hagman and robert chris for their support of the show are right. Let's get into it so this week. I have the opportunity to sit down with dr jordan ellensburg and he is the author of shape the hidden geometry of information biology strategy democracy and everything else. Dr ellensburg is the john. D macarthur professor of mathematics at the university of wisconsin madison. He has won a ton of career awards and grants and he's been writing kind of public mathematics communication about mathematics for four forward facing like non-academic audiences for many many years he's written columns or one offs in the new york times. The wall street journal slate. The washington post wired boston globe all these wonderful outlets and this is not his first book. He wrote how not to be wrong and a novel. I didn't know that. Did i know that the grasshopper king very cool but of course the new book shape is the topic of our conversation today. So we're going to talk geometry. We're.

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"ellensburg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Very confusing. They were just trying to figure out where they stood. Um and they were trying out all these terms like My sexual sure also trimmed transwomen. How did that idea get into the room? All because I mean, I was hearing more and more about trans people and okay, starting to read a little bit about it, you know? And so I'm like, Well, maybe maybe. And why did that feel more true than gay male or straight male? Well, it should Because I knew this. There was a feminine quality about myself that I had to recognize. Okay, so I thought. Well, if I'm not a man, I must be a woman in your kind of woman. Oh, I thought I could be was going to be a trans woman meaning to Dana, a person who was born male but identified as a woman, So you're like. Holy crap. So you were like Mm. That's so interesting that like in a world where there's limited words you're just you're just trying to figure out the word that fits you right. It's like these small steps towards a truth. So, Yeah, after the divorce, I'm I'm looking, uh, myself. And saying, Okay, what's going on here with me? This isn't working. What Dana discovers after the break. Hi. This is Erin Chamberlin calling from Ellensburg Washington Radio.

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"ellensburg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on KOMO

"Twin city foods processing plant at two additional employees have been tested mass testing of all employees is happening today using the drive thru method because the facility itself is closed can attest county which includes Ellensburg has to this point had just sixteen confirmed cases of code nineteen and no deaths so how much county executive Dave Somers says it's not worth getting into an argument with a stranger over wearing masks in public if you find yourself in a situation where someone is deliberately ignoring steps to keep others healthy we just ask you keep your distance and don't try to become enforcer he says people have been good about keeping their distance in county parks in the parking lots haven't been too crowded summer says people should try to keep up that caution this weekend when the weather is supposed to be sunny and warm some businesses listed under the phase one of governor Inslee's reopening plans say they still don't know if they can open or not calling the governor's messaging inconsistent and confusing a spokesperson with the governor's communications team says they've been clear since day one and they're sticking to their plan to get the message out technically curbside pickup started Tuesday realtor was told us now says he isn't sure if he can continue with curbside pickup it is vintage shop you just learn from us the governor won't have retail store guidelines ready until Friday clearly on that would be awesome businesses like brown bear car wash up into a frustrating rinse repeat cycle chief financial officer Steve Palmer says he believed Tuesday may fifth would be the date to re open that's what it says on the governor's website core dealers want to know when they can resume test drives dog walkers and lawn care workers are also waiting for delayed guidelines even though they're all part of phase one almost Jonathan show the governor's office still releasing guidelines and released more overnight were expected here more today what if Washington re opened its economy county by county instead of by type of business that's the approach our neighbor to the south is taking almost court would take with details in Oregon governor Kate brown is giving her state's individual counties a chance to qualify for re opening we have established a detailed set of prerequisites that any county who wants to begin re opening must meet including a decline in confirmed cases and a minimum regimen of testing.

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2 JBLM soldiers arrested as suspects in Ellensburg murder

News, Traffic and Weather

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

2 JBLM soldiers arrested as suspects in Ellensburg murder

"Tonight to soldiers from joint base Lewis McCord or suspects in a murder the body of twenty year old leroy Scott was found in a creek near Ellensburg last Saturday Scott has ties to for Lewis but isn't currently working for the military detectives arrested two twenty year old soldiers from JBLM they say the suspects and Scott had mutual friends and word up party in Ellensburg on the night

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"ellensburg" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"This is for long as always been there I assume when nobody knows that I guess all right how do you pronounce the name of your town ministers are Manasse fashionistas that's right thank you and actually I'm in right now I'm in a little town called Ellensburg all I know well and birds are you must know about a rodeo here Dan how sure okay well so yeah we've been there for several years and you know we we just take all you know we take all of our trash rubbish or anything we have to we have to get rid of we take it all in all everyone throwing their stuff and all the people from around there through all the stuff in the hole for me since it's been going on for a long time well you know I I you know I got to thinking one day how come the whole is not filling up the must been awfully deep hole that's a good thing to consider sure as you throw stuff in it for decades literally and so you know I used to be a well I would say pretty close to a professional shark fishermen side couple of huge fishing reels went out there and started leading the line down I figure after one did you wait so long yeah there there is there is in fact the original line is still down there I've just been adding to the line and keeping track of how much line I've used so I've not reeled in how much weight is on there the one pound weight at the bottom of it one pound weight on her own way it's a triangular one pound weight okay and so that's at the bottom of it at first some of the words will go down kind of like a plumb Bob exactly exactly effective rate across the.

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"ellensburg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"After I sent a fax to a month I'm living in town here now because we had a couple of our buildings out there cave in after the big snows that we had out here last month yes and so we're good third there by go some of the construction to him but also when did you discover this whole well all the whole of always been there we've been out there for a couple years now and you know all's been there since we've been there it's been there since the previous owner was wearing previous owner there was quite old early and I I'd say he was there for a good thirty forty years before we moved in and and and so there's been a thing of throwing stuff down this hole for a long time it is but it's been going on do you know how this is for long has always been there I assume when nobody knows that I guess all right how do you pronounce the name of your town managed as well all units specialist at shows right thank you and actually I mean right now I'm in a little town called Ellensburg so I know well and birds are you must know about a rodeo here learn how sure okay well so yeah we've been there for several years and so we we just take all you know we take all of our trash rubbish or anything we have the we have to get rid of we take it all in all everyone stone or something all the people from around the referral stuff on the whole I mean since it's been going on for a long time well you know I I you know I got to thinking one day how come the whole is not filling up the must been awfully deep hole.

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"ellensburg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Five five let's let's go to take a couple more questions if we can Marty in Ellensburg Virginia I'm already hi it's Ellensburg Washington I'm sorry okay my glasses are so I'm just wondering if and for trying to collect solar to keep it from heating everything up what about using just a bunch of solar panels everywhere because doesn't that limit how much of the sun is reflected back interesting she's thinking thinking about it well I yeah I haven't heard that angle before and there's there's one term for solar radiation management which is albedo modification and that would be significant modification of the albedo generally to reflect the sunlight back you want of quite a veto one thing about solar panels is we do need to scale them up immensely because if we wanted to do large scale direct their capture it would need to be powered by renewable energy and in particular solar energy possibly nuclear energy look like the best candidate for that and at a very large scale I'm I replied as a science Friday from W. NYC studios talking about to carbon capture and and and solar with that the holy book author of after geoengineering once if I get another call in before we have to go Bob in Lawrence Kansas I bought are you happy new year over a few to our coming from the week state I've read quite a bit about the potential impact of geo engineering changing the albedo of the atmosphere on crop yields can you comment a little bit about that come across and also they had geo engineering that they can implement an ocean swept the sequestration of carbon in the oceans yeah I've heard about the oceans assigning it way down below and it turns into a solid and stays there for a long time but what about what about the the crops only yeah there's been some initial studies on crop yields far from what's conclusive I think part of the reason why it's tricky is because you're thinking about it in reference to these other climate change scenarios so if you're growing clock crops in a geo engineered world without removing carbon you have this carbon fertilization affect so more growth from the increased carbon in the atmosphere and how does that balance there's a lot of changes about the hydrological cycle that are also not too well understood yet but in terms of ocean geo engineering that that's been something that's been of persistent interest to a small of few one of the ideas there is ocean iron fertilization so would it be possible to put nutrients into the ocean like iron that would grow a plankton bloom and have that plankton sink down to the bottom of the ocean this is another kind of risky friends yes scientists aren't really researching it too much right now but you know we are at the point it sounds like we are willing to look at any option because with the crisis is getting so bad we went to a great I think we should be willing to look at things that I think we need a structured systematic federal research programs so that we are looking not just for the things that work but all that ways things might not work too and identifying particular show stoppers and we don't have that who do we have any proposals for that does anybody speaking out about that the side you the the national academies as actually has been doing a study for a couple of years on developing a research agenda for solar geoengineering that should be out in the summer of twenty twenty and it'll make recommendations about what a federal research program would look like they've already completed a report tightened carbon removal and so people have thought about the questions that need to be answered we just need to fund that research and we need more you've written books in fiction it sounds like you're you're saying we need more you know imaginative thinking we really do because when you see these lines on a graph with these levels of degrees and emissions it's really hard to picture what it feels like to be a person living in those futures and the main thing here is the choices aren't just about which technology or how many degrees but about the social organization of these technologies who participates in shaping them in profits rather these technologies even worked as an intended is dependent upon the social choices and we need imagination to think through all of that etcetera we are a capitalist society in in any decision we make a lot will be about the money right now the caps I want to thank you very much for taking time to be with us today doctor Holly book as a post doctoral fellow at the UCLA since it to them the environment and sustainability author of a book a great read after geo engineering have a have a happy new year to you Holly thanks so much happy new year the last known Tasmanian tiger died in a zoo in nineteen thirty six but people keep seeing them after the break what happened to the Tasmanian tiger maybe it has made a reappearance we'll talk about it after the break stay with us I'm IRA Plato this is science Friday.

Marty Virginia Washington Ellensburg
"ellensburg" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on KQED Radio

"If we can Marty in Ellensburg Virginia hi Marty hi it's Ellensburg Washington I'm sorry okay my glasses are there on so I'm just wondering if and for trying to collect solar to keep it from heating everything up what about using just a bunch of solar panels everywhere because doesn't that limit how much is the sun is reflected back interesting she's thinking thinking about it well I yeah I haven't heard that ing of a four and there's there's one term for solar radiation management which is albedo modification and that would be significant modification of the of the you know what generally to reflect the sunlight thank you want a white a veto one thing about solar panels is we do need to scale them up immensely because if we wanted to do large scale director capture it would need to be powered by renewable energy and in particular solar energy possibly nuclear energy look like the best candidate for that and at a very large scale I'm I replaced as a science Friday from W. NYC studios talking about carbon capture and and and solar with that the holy book author of after geoengineering once if I get another call in before we have to go Bob in Lawrence Kansas I Bob are you happy new year due to our current coming from the week state I've read quite a bit about the potential impact of geo engineering changing the albedo of the atmosphere on crop yields can you comment a little bit about that come across and also they had geo engineering that they can implement an ocean swept the sequestration of carbon in the oceans yeah I've heard about the actions of sending it way down below and it turns into a solid and stays there for a long time what about what about the the crops only yeah there's been some initial studies on crop yields far from what's conclusive I think part of the reason why it's tricky is because you're thinking about it in reference to these other climate change scenarios so if you're growing class crops in a geo engineered world without removing carbon you have this carbon fertilization affect so more growth from that increased carbon in the atmosphere and how does that balance there's a lot of changes about the hydrological cycle that are also not too well understood yet but in terms of ocean geo engineering that that's been something that's been of persistent interest to a small few one of the ideas there is ocean iron fertilization so would it be possible to put nutrients into the ocean like iron that would grow a plankton bloom and have that plankton sink down to the bottom of the ocean this is another kind of risky friends yes scientists aren't really researching it too much right now but you know we are at the point it sounds like we are willing to look at any option because with the crisis is getting so bad would would you agree I think we should be willing to look at things that I think we need a structured systematic federal research programs so that we are looking not just for the things that work but all that ways things might not work too and identifying particular show stoppers and we don't have that who do we have any proposals for that does anybody speaking out about that the side you the the national academies as actually has been doing a study for a couple of years on developing a research agenda for solar geoengineering that should be out in the summer of twenty twenty and it'll make recommendations about what a federal research program would look like they've already completed a report tightened carbon removal and so people have thought about the questions that need to be answered we just need to fund that research and we need more you bring books in fiction it sounds like you're saying we need more you know imaginative thinking we really do because when you see these lines on a graph with these levels of degrees and emissions it's really hard to picture what it feels like to be a person living in those futures and the main thing here is the choices aren't just about which technology or how many degrees but about the social organization of these technologies who participates in shaping them your profits rather these technologies even worked as an intended is dependent upon the social choices and we need imagination to think through all of that mmhm etcetera we are a capitalist society in and if any decision we make a little will be about the money right now yeah I want to thank you very much for taking time to be with us today doctor Ali book as a post doctoral fellow at UCLA's into to them the environment and sustainability author of a book a great read after geo engineering have a have a happy new year to you Holly thanks so much happy new year the last known Tasmanian tiger died in a zoo in nineteen thirty six but people keep seeing them after the break what happened to the Tasmanian tiger maybe it has made a reappearance we'll talk about it after the break stay with us I'm IRA Plato this is science Friday from W. NYC studios signs Friday is supported by indeed with its skills test build for employers who want to.

Marty Virginia Washington Ellensburg
"ellensburg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on KOMO

"Part of the district the Ellensburg part of the district what do you say to them when I was ten of them and that is really an honor to be your representative it has been an incredible journey of learning I've been working a lot with farmers are talking about when actually it is has county and made a lot of effort to make sure that in those parts of the district where people really didn't have the confidence that a pediatrician from semanas could represent I am learning about agriculture I'm going to bat for immigration policies that will help our farmers and and going about working across the across the aisle with Dan new house for example to shore up water resources with the Yakima basin integrated plans for these are all big wins for north central Washington and those are wins for them what we might call the ramparts at this district it's congressman came Schreier talking with almost Jeff Bolger let him catch the full interview later this week by subscribing to the Kamel politic cast just go to komo news dot com slash podcast at twenty and fifty past the hour on come on is your call will propel insurance money update it's official two thousand nineteen was a very good year for US stocks over the past twelve months the nasdaq composite rallied thirty five percent while the S. and P. five hundred events nearly twenty nine percent the best year for those benchmark indexes since twenty thirteen the biggest contributors to the S. and P. star prize were a couple of tech Titans apple shares which surged eighty five percent for the year and Microsoft a fifty five percent lead meanwhile despite various headwinds Nike stock soared nearly thirty six percent for the year the market indexes notched very modest gains in the new year's eve session the Dow industrials rose seventy six points the nasdaq added twenty six in the S. and P. edged up nine a reminder that while most major retailers are open on new year's day some will have limited hours and if you will be closed for the holiday among them alti Costco Sam's club gamestop and trader Joe's are all closed on the first that's your money now I'm Jim Tesco komo news Seattle public school students must get vaccinated by January eighth or they won't be allowed to return to school that's two thousand kids Samara hold his manager of health services for the Seattle school system there's many communicable diseases that happen in schools but the most common ones that we've had our nor virus whooping cough and now we're really worried about measles letters have been sent out to parents free vaccination clinics have been set up and if students aren't up to date by January eighth they won't be permitted to attend school and mistakes will be counted as unexcused absences a university of Rhode Island scientists is being awarded a two million dollar grant to investigate mouth bacteria Dr Mathew Ramsey says poor oral health is an important indicator of heart health the five year national institutes of health grant is being awarded so that Ramsay can work on pinpointing the link health updates Sara Lee Kessler NBC news radio triple a traffic generally good looking floor traffic around the Puget Sound area on this new year's eve things building up a little bit as folks are headed toward the Seattle center is some of that downtown traffic headed towards Seattle center member.

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"ellensburg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on KOMO

"Part of the district the Ellensburg part of the district what do you say to them when I was handed them as it is really an honor to be your representative has been an incredible journey of learning I've been working a lot with farmers are talking about when anti Janice has county and made a lot of effort to make sure that in those parts of the district where people really didn't have the confidence that a pediatrician from semanas could represent I am learning about agriculture I'm going to bat for immigration policies that will help our farmers and and going about working across the across the I would be a new house for example to shore up water resources with the Yakima basin integrated plans for these are all big wins for north central Washington and those are wins for them what we might call the red parts of this district this congressman came Schreier talking with almost Jeff foe Dylan can catch the full interview later this week by subscribing to the Kamel politic cast just go to call more news dot com slash podcast so at twenty and fifty past the hour on come on is your call will propel insurance money update it's official two thousand nineteen was a very good year for U. S. stocks over the past twelve months the nasdaq composite rallied thirty five percent while the S. and P. five hundred events nearly twenty nine percent the best year for those benchmark indexes since twenty thirteen the biggest contributors to the S. and P. sharp rise were a couple of tech Titans apple shares which surged eighty five percent for the year and Microsoft a fifty five percent leap meanwhile despite various headwinds Nike stock soared nearly thirty six percent for the year the market indexes notched very modest gains in the new year's eve session the Dow industrials rose seventy six points the nasdaq added twenty six and the S. and P. edged up nine a reminder that while most major retailers are open on new year's day some will have limited hours and if you will be closed for the holiday among them alti Costco Sam's club gamestop and trader Joe's are all closed on the first that's your money now I'm Jim Tesco komo news Seattle public school students must get vaccinated by January eighth or they won't be allowed to return to school that's two thousand kids the Merrill Hoge is manager of health services for the Seattle school system there's many communicable diseases that happen in schools but the most common ones that we've had our nor virus looking cough and now we're really worried about measles letters have been sent out to parents free vaccination clinics have been set up and if students aren't up to date by January eighth they won't be permitted to attend school and mistakes will be counted as unexcused absences a university of Rhode Island scientists is being awarded a two million dollar grant to investigate mouth bacteria Dr Mathew Ramsey says poor oral health is an important indicator of heart health the five year National Institutes of health grab is being awarded so that Ramsay can work on pinpointing the link health.

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"ellensburg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on KOMO

"Canyon between Ellensburg and yeah come up traffic will be taking I eighty two otherwise we can go to north and south bye bye five no problems on either the floating bridges Mike Conklin call Monique mostly cloudy skies in the forecast for western Washington overnight in your Sunday is well this morning temperatures dropped to the mid upper fifties today only making it into the upper sixties and low seventies these tests are certainly on low average we will be dealing with conditions in just a few some for the most part we stay dry only slight chance for some showers I'm meteorologist Abby county in the coming weather center como news one thousand an FM ninety seven seven this week marked the end of an era in federal law enforcement angel Melendez had been the highest ranking Hispanic and federal law enforcement here in New York the nation's largest city his name may not be a household one but the criminals he helped bring to justice are and his departure comes after he oversaw several high profile cases in January twenty seventeen a small plane touched down in New York from Mexico carrying the most infamous drug lord in the world Joaquin el Chapo coups mind peered over the plane window on aware of where he had been taken after two escaped from Mexican prisons ana how Melinda's of homeland security investigations informed of chapel he arrived in New York when he arrived he was taken into the hangar and then into the office.

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"ellensburg" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Happens okay what's happening now well I still see tow trucks there and a couple of other cruise so there is still trying to kind of listen it's a process a big house well it's not really a big house I mean you shift one way or another that things coming off the trailer so we want to make sure everything is locked up and just fine pretty good line up though on a cell twenty five from like wood and heading out to the scene listen it's not on the freeway it's on the overpass everybody's just looking at it so that's what caused the headache Olympia to Tacoma about an hour were according to DOT saying and it's about an hour from Tacoma to Olympia I know I just got a text message at nine eight nine seven three same Tracy or can you tell us about the mountain passes I certainly can and I apologize I know that travelers are headed to and from their destinations whether be camping or if you're headed out to the court about DOT crews were saying it was taking an extra ninety minutes to get over the past the north bend Ellensburg right now it's going to take you a hundred forty minutes according to DOT is just a lot a lot of heavy traffic so experiencing ninety minutes of added to travel time how about a fairy you got a three hour wait departing Michael T. L. an hour away departing kings in an hour away departing Fauntleroy and back at so we're on the east side in a fire actually a brush fire on south any five and that's blocked off the exit ramp to course and traffic brought to you by Chevrolet if you all up and ever inviting you to the new twenty nineteen Chevrolet light up during their open house sales event on now my new roads at Chevrolet up you all dot com Kyra radio real time traffic I'm Tracy Taylor but details illuminating everything on the day's top stories on the candy Mike and Todd show like coming up on the Katy by can talk.

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"ellensburg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on KOMO

"Here in Seattle. And an update we have for you right now here. I'm Mark Christopher top local stories we have from the KOMO twenty four seven newscenter. Kittitas police officer Benito Chavez released from the hospital five days after suffering. A shattered femur in that gun battle on Tuesday. That was a shooting that took the life of Kittitas county. Sheriff deputy Ryan Thompson. Emotional homecoming. Now, circulating on social media. We're seeing shabas. And assures w Ryan Thompson killed during that exchange. There will be a service for him, by the way, Thursday, two pm in Ellensburg. The gunman also died soon after meanwhile, the catas- law enforcement community held her breasts shove as recovered at Harborview this week his wife thirty two weeks pregnant was by his side when he was released. Well, Lakers, it's going to be a long covering things like that. So Dan from Harborview Seattle police escort officer shabas through the interstate were along the road hundreds turned out to wave to the injured officer from I ninety then into town officers. Shabas? We shooting ringing a hero's, welcome next up much of recovery bravery. But we're good. Shabas? You're saying was statewide support. He will soon stand and serve again. Fire danger in our state state public lands Commissioner saying she's worried about what the next few months could bring dozens of wildfires already popping up across the state in this last week alone. Komo's Steve McCarron reporting nearly all the fires have been on the west side of the state for Arkham county to northbound to eaten villi it's been a busy week chasing, the dozens of wildfires that have burned across western Washington right now firefighters are on the ground near Randall battling an eighteen acre fire that's burned dangerously close to a nearby. Home wins have.

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"ellensburg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on KOMO

"The protection it deserves? I would like to reach out to him and his family. Our prayers thoughts with them. Well, they struggle through this. And I thank you. For being here again. Thank you. Do that press conference and Ellensburg after last night's fatal shooting of a deputy for coming? My name is Ken, wait. I'm the chief of police for the city of Ellensburg. This has a tremendous impact our law enforcement community, not only locally but across the state and across the nation. Ellsberg? Police department has been asked the request of sheriff gene Dana to to conduct a criminal investigation thing investigation as to what occurred. And that's with the assistance of the Washington state patrol. We began investigation last night. What I can share with. You is just a snippet of what actually occurred would appreciate your cooperation and understanding that this is an ongoing investigation. It's in the very early stages. And so there's a lot of information we have yet to collect. Detectives are actively working on several leads what we want to assure that the community that that everybody is safe. We have the single suspect is deceased started last night at about seven thirty with the driving complaint being called into kit. Call or regional dispatch center. When this was put out deputy Thompson and. The Kittitas officer officer shot as began following the vehicle turned into a pursuit which ended out in the in the city of Kittitas. At about. At nineteen forty five. Officers advice that pursuit had a terminated and less than three minutes later. We were advised. Her dispatch advised of shots being fired. We began the investigation and with the help of the Washington state patrol. We have completed the on-scene.

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"ellensburg" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"ellensburg" Discussed on KPCC

"Are hiring weather forecasters because it pays off they can use that knowledge in ways that are good. And we have students that come routinely from the military because the military knows they need. Good forecast to Marty has a as a question along these lines calling from Ellensburg, Washington. A hi there Marty you're on science Friday. All right. I think my question is like we have all these different places to get weather forecasts. And I'm wondering if they're all using the same basic information from the US weather service, or if they all have their own kind of information source. That's a great question. Angela maybe you want to pick up on that. Because I think people are confused there, so many places you can get a weather forecast. These days. Yeah. And Marty's question is actually something we we get asked a lot, you know, the basic backbone is all the same. But the way it's applied might be different. So there's the there's the national weather service. There's the app on your phone Weather Channel AccuWeather, and then there's your local TV station. So, you know, the data that comes in is all the same and then the models. Everyone gets to see the models some of the private companies have their own weather models, and some people have you know, give that forecast a personal touch. So it's unlikely that you're going to see the same forecast across every single app or TV station. And so what you actually have to do is. I always just recommend finding a forecast outlet that you like that you think is accurate accurate that you can relate to and. The you can trust because it's important to get the weather right day to day. But it's it's also really important to find some, you know, a trusted source for when the weather's going to be really bad that you can go to and get your emergency information from them. So that's always my recommendation who speaking of emergencies everything Richard touched on this earlier. But Angela especially in hurricane season. We hear about these different models of what they are why they're different. Maybe you just explain a little bit more, especially when it comes to predicting something that's really is devastating potentially as a hurricane shirt. So all of the different models in the U K has their own set of models the Europeans do Canada the US. They're all they're all trying to model. The basic physics equations of the atmosphere in in slightly different ways. They all kind of have different approaches to to answer the same. Questions and and within those models. They also run them several dozens of different times with with just very little tweaks to their initial conditions. So they're starting points. Because like Richard said, we don't know exactly what the atmosphere with the state of the weather is at this very moment. It's impossible to know. Exactly. What it is. So accounting for the fact that we don't know, and we know that there's going to be some air there. We we run it to get that chaos effect into it. You know to get that. Butterfly, flapping its wings and get a little chaos in there. So that it generates that spaghetti.

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Microsoft found Russian phishing sites mimicking Republican groups

News, Traffic and Weather

00:23 sec | 4 years ago

Microsoft found Russian phishing sites mimicking Republican groups

"Just in Microsoft uncovers a new Russian hack attack this one targets US political groups ahead of the midterm elections the Russian government created fake internet. Domains to, spook American conservative organizations one is the Hudson institute the other is the International Republican Institute three others are. Designed to look like they're part of the, US Senate Microsoft hasn't released any further descriptions of the fake

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NTSB hearing to look into deadly Amtrak derailment investigation

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:17 min | 4 years ago

NTSB hearing to look into deadly Amtrak derailment investigation

"The way for the valley freeway into downtown bellevue meanwhile south four or five that is also a tough drive from i five through the kirkland area west ninety looking slow through issaquah west five twenty s getting bunched up as you're approaching i five and of course we still have the full closure of i ninety both directions between ellensburg advantage due to wildfires in the area no eta for that reopening are next komo traffic at nine fourteen and the forecast from seth wayne high temperatures push into mid seventies later this afternoon get used body sprinkles out there here and there but overall things are coming down just a bit as we continue to clear things out of high pressure moves in that's going to bring with temperatures in the low eighties wednesday into thursday and those low to mid eighties continue to the weekend at the beginning of next week all right that seth wayne's forecast right now downtown seattle under cloudy skies we've got sixty at nine hundred seven the deadly amtrak train crash near dupont last year we'll be part of a two day hearing in washington dc today at the investigative hearing the ntsb will discuss what led up to the derailment which killed three people the train was going twice the speed limit around the curve when it went off the tracks a lot of train experts say the technology known as positive train control would have slowed the train down but there's been a delay in installing that system president donald trump pardoning to oregon ranchers who had been convicted of arson the prison sentences of dwight and stephen hammond sparked the arm takeover the male here national wildlife refuge in two thousand sixteen jury convicted the hammonds of arson in two thousand twelve prosecutors said the men set fire to destroy evidence of gain violations the mandatory minimum sentence for the charge was five years but a federal judge went against the guidelines and gave them a lighter sentence dwight was sentenced to three months stephen got a year and both got three years of post prison supervision prosecutors appealed their punishment and one and the hammers were re sentenced to five years in federal prison in two thousand sixteen today the white house says the hammonds were imprisoned for a fire quote that leaked onto a small portion of neighboring public grazing land and the white house goes on to say that justices overdue for the hammonds both of whom the white house says or entirely deserving of these grants of executive clemency frank lenzi komo news washington voters expected to vote this fall on an initiative that would prevent local governments from imposing new taxes on groceries eastern washington farmer april clayton helped collect signatures to put i sixteen thirty four on the ballot and talked with a talk show our talk.

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