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"Police. Investigate the shooting death of his mother. We learned in court, the baby just feet away when it happened. The boy's grandfather also the woman's father prosecutors now accused of shooting her to death at close range in the face here and there Renton apartment, I just made my heart over joined knowing that officers is protecting him in not safeness that he needs. The gripping image. Now, coupled with this jailhouse court hearing, the man accused of no show in court waiving his right to appear. Police say what ended in tragedy began as a domestic violence incident. Investigators still don't know yet. What led up to the shooting Monday evening at the Brighton rich apartment complex. Police said the father called nine one one afterwards and surrendered to arriving officers without incident, judge reason to keep the man the accused man in jail. He's being held on a million dollars bail due back in court Thursday. Since the election of Donald Trump. The Seattle city council has passed more than a dozen resolutions opposing moves by the president and congressional Republicans. None of them have any material effect on city law, and most have been sponsored by Lorena Gonzalez. She declined to talk to us about why. But it's a tactic often used to build name recognition before a campaign, according to Mark Allen. Smith professor of political science at the university of Washington. And really focus on all of those complicated policy. Details that might help to improve the transportation system and not get that much attention for it. Whereas when she does this, she is getting attention due for re election to the Seattle city council until twenty twenty one Seattle police are investigating death threats made against a candidate for city council in a Facebook post airy. Hoffmann says he's received a number of anti semitic threats through the website eight Chan which is known for its slacks regulation, but the post threatened violence and even death Hoffman's running for city council and district to seeking the seat being vacated by Bruce Harrell. The owner of a now defunct kit. Sports team is charged with rape almost ten years after the case was I closed by police for lack of evidence. Komo's Eric Heintz says the update on Earl faces a second degree rape charge for an alleged attack on massage parlor worker, in Kirkland in two thousand nine sale time supports the case was reopened in two thousand seventeen after Earl was arrested earlier that same year in Arizona on a sexual assault charge involving two babysitters role. Once the owner of the Kent impact soccer team is to be rain June twenty-fourth in King County superior court, but not expected to actually attend the hearing as ear Maine's jail in Arizona court documents in the Kirkland case do not specify. Why Earl is being charged now. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. Seattle landlords went up against the city's fair chance. Housing ordinance today and arguments before the state supreme court. Komo's Carleen Johnson reports rental housing association of Washington, and three landlord sued Seattle over the part of the law that bans rental restrictions based on. Criminal records. Attorney for the landlords, Brian Hodges government cannot take your property without payment of just compensation. Seattle. Roger win said Washington case law on the matter has been confusing and he asked the state supreme court justices to clear up that confusion Justice Deborah Stevens pressed back. So what cases in.
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"Greg and MandA. Eric Heintz at the editor's desk. Some of our top stories were keeping an ear on this morning. A day after the European parliament elections pope Francis issued his annual message on migrants and said the attitude that they are the source of all of society's ills is an alarm bell warning of the moral decline. The world faces North Korea has called US national security adviser, John Bolton warmonger and a human defect after he described its recent tests short range missiles, as a violation of UN Security Council resolutions. Komo news time seven forty six. Never wondered how the tradition of Ling flowers soldiers Greaves, began Romero PANA Harare, says the idea comes from England. Copied ending? Everyone wears the poppy for the end end of war one degree war. So England everyone where the poppies wouldn't it be great, if we had something like that using flowers for, for moral, he's with the group Memorial Day flowers, and they plan another big day today. Not just in his home state of Texas, where also organizing of hours, fifty sixty seven years. We're directly organizing, and then there's another hundred twenty fifty other ceremonies that are using supply two hours for group like the US, naval cadets, the younger Enes if it sounds like a big job, certainly is a lot of work every year, get great support from Colombian growers Ecuador in grocery THEO Van Gogh's from California. Because of the program and find pretty wonderful is how immigrants and second generation Americans are Julie's behind, and who wouldn't get behind an effort to honor those who've given the ultimate sacrifice Panya Harare. School kids participate, volunteer groups, help out as those with very personal stories like the man who escaped North Korea. Everywhere. Instruction Saudi Arabia, and he now runs a company organizes.
"eric heintz" Discussed on KOMO
"I'm Eric Heintz, KOMO Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. Here's your KOMO propel insurance money update, test your money now, stocks finished the week on a down note with the Dow Jones industrials dipping ninety eight points in the Friday session new concerns, about trade negotiations between Washington and Beijing were largely to blame the NASDAQ composite slid Eighty-one points. The s&p five hundred sixteen US consumers remain confident bunch the latest consumer sentiment index from the university of Michigan jumped more than five points in early may two nearly one oh two and a half the highest level since two thousand four hundred a brighter economic outlook, the caveat from the survey's chief economist most of the responses came before the collapse of US, China trade negotiations oil futures as today, June crude slipping eleven cents that's your money now. In a conference. Call Friday border officials telling reporters the influx of thousands of refugees of the US Mexico border is creating a quote emergency, and they're developing transfer plans for thousands of migrants. This is a change from President Trump's previous tweet saying, he was considering sending migrants to so-called, sanctuary cities, ABC's. Michelle Franzen has more plan to transfer migrant families to other cities around the country in the works customs border and protection officials say the migrants would be sent to cities that already have a federal border presence or program in place, where they could be processed held a released that has some cities and states, speaking out Florida governor Ron to Santa's vowing to fight transfers to his state tax our resources the schools. The healthcare law enforcement state agencies voter officials say so far, there are no current plans to send migrants to Florida Michelle Franzen, ABC news. The US will lift steel and aluminum tariffs on, Canada and Mexico key step to move. The new NAFTA deal forward on Capitol Hill, ABC's. Karen Travers reports President Trump made the announcement Friday didn't Trump today to the national association of realtors pleased to announce that we've just reached an agreement with Canada and Mexico, and we'll be selling our product into those countries without the imposition of tariffs, or made you tariffs the president announced a twenty percent tariff on steel imports ten percent tariff on aluminum in March of two thousand eighteen he's signaled at the time that Canada and Mexico could be exempted if they agreed to renegotiate NAFTA deal that deal was signed with great fanfare last November, but it still must be approved by legislatures in all three countries. Karen.
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"In tacoma. Komo's Eric Heintz reports tiddler lodge will be closed for more than a month after an electrical fire damaged it. Fire broke out at twelve forty five. AM Sunday firefighters managed to contain the blaze to one wall. Investigators tell the Tacoma news Tribune flames were likely smoldering for some time before it burned through the exterior of the wall. An estimate of damage was not immediately known metro parks. Tacoma officials say the largely closed through at least the end of may Eric Heintz. Komo news. Seattle police have a new lead as they try to find who's stealing purses from women outside of their homes in the rainier valley man has been approaching women as they get out of their cars at home late at night, then grabs their purses and runs off. I would recommend that everybody be aware of their surroundings while they're out there. So that they don't become a big in a few of the cases a silver car was seen near the robbery. Police have released surveillance pictures of the man, but neighbors have a message for the thief. These young kids got around snatching women's purses. You know is not safe. No more. You can see the pictures at komonews dot com. A local sailor and his family or forced out of their home and port orchard because of a hidden danger. Ryan and Katie Barnes told komo's Keith Eldridge. The house is contaminated with methamphetamine it's now empty with all their belongings thrown out the wall strip down the place in the process of being decontaminated. Now, they say insurance does not cover this. The bar said they had the place inspected before they bought it a year ago and nothing turned up. But then there's started getting sick tests of the house came back with higher than legal amounts of methamphetamine everywhere myself, and my son we have to schedule him to go to a pulmonologist because he's been sick for six months. Gotta.
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"Eric Heintz, KOMO news with the theme of restoring power to the people Howard Schultz spoke at Purdue University in Indiana today, but stopped short of. Officially announcing a run for president the former Starbucks CEO responded to critics who say an independent bid by him would lead to President Trump getting reelected as I explore whether to run for office, I'll do so with the conviction that my final decision must not make his reelection. A possibility Schultz says the two party system is broken and that leading as an independent would allow him to represent all of the American people his speech touched on solving problems with healthcare, immigration and education and a US Senator from the northwest continues his push to shut down detention camps for undocumented migrant kids. How would we want our ancestors to be treated while certainly not to be criminalized and have children torn out of their parents who need to end the criminalization of fleeing persecution and seeking asylum. The United States of America, that's Oregon democrat Jeff Merkley who's now putting pressure on the government to shut one such camp in south Florida after another in west Texas closed last month that state's attorney general Ken Paxton says Democrats simply are not willing to. See the problems being caused by illegal border crossing. I wish more of them would come to our state come to the border and see what's going on with the drug cartels. What's going on with crime? And what's going on with human trafficking issue? The government added one thousand beds to the Miami area camp after the one in Texas closed. Komo news time one ten sports at ten and forty past the hour from the Harley exterior sports desk, and Tom Glasgow's talkin udub hoops, the first place and unbeaten in conference. Play. Huskies roll on in Tucson to take on the Wildcats tonight. Six o'clock the start time pre game coverage right here on KOMO news beginning at five thirty Batiste, I below the huskies one of the best defensive players in all of college basketball, and certainly has the respect of his head coach Mike Hopkins. He's been excellent. Is obviously elite player I've never been around a guy who averages that many steals and blocks disruptive got great anticipation skill. Guys are going gotten really confident that on top twenty five action number four guns. Aga- home tonight against San Francisco and west coast conference play that game will tip at six o'clock. A baseball legend Frank Robinson is civil rights leader and MLB's first black manager has died at the age of eighty three he passed away in Los Angeles after a battle with bone cancer a hall of Famer who had five hundred and eighty six home runs and the only player in history to win an MVP award in both leagues. More sports in thirty minutes right here on your home of the huskies, KOMO news. I'm Tom Glasgow in Texas a woman was gunned down on camera and her killer is still on the run police looking for the person who was caught on tape fatally shooting a woman, Elizabeth Baraza while she was setting up a garage sale in retreive way in chilling surveillance video from January twenty fifth someone approaches Baraza in her Tombaugh, Texas driveway at six fifty five. The morning. The to appear to talk briefly, then seconds later Baraza is shot four times at point blank range. The killer has seemed in running away before getting into a dark vehicle and driving off. We need Justice.
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"Seven seven Bill O'neil. Eric Heintz the editor's desk. I'm Tom hutler. These stories house speaker Nancy Pelosi says there will be no money for President Trump's border wall in any deal to keep the government open past February fifteenth deadline, a bipartisan group of house Senate negotiators met for the first time today and policy address the issue at a sentence session with reporters today, the California Democrat said she wants to see the negotiators bipartisan Bill my next Friday, telling a news conference, there will not be any wall money in the legislation coroner in Ohio says the death of a woman whose body was found in a vacant house was likely related to the dangerous cold gripping the state Lorain county coroner Stephen Evans said the sixty year old woman's body was found yesterday in Lorraine. He told the chronicle telegram, it appears she died of hypothermia. Authorities say she apparently died in the last day or two the nation's top intelligence officials and President Trump are at odds over the potential risks to the US from North Korea, Russia and ISIS. The president criticized the warnings issued calling them passive and naive ABC's senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega. With the latest on that rift, President Trump bunched up blistering attack on his own handpicked intelligence leaders, tweeting perhaps intelligence should go back to school. It comes one day after they publicly contradicted him again. And again that phone ISIS. Do we have one against ISIS? The director of national intelligence said that is far from the case. Isis is intent on resurging and still commands thousands of fighters in Iraq and Syria, North Korea. President Trump says Kim Jong UN is willing to denuclearize CIA chief Gina hassle says hardly the regime is committed to developing a long range nuclear missile that would pose a direct threat to the United States and on the president's repeated claim that Iran is close to acquiring a nuclear weapon, we do not believe Iran is currently undertaking activities. We judge necessary. To produce a nuclear device. The president tweeting the intelligence people seem to be extremely passive and naive when it comes to the dangers of Iran. They are wrong. But the top democrat on the Senate intelligence committee sounded the alarm calling. The president's words dangerous adding people risk their lives for the intelligence. He just tosses aside once again reporting on that ABC's Cecilia Vega. The president's proposed wall remains a sticking point as legislators work toward the deal to keep the government open past February fifteenth and in a new interview, President Trump blames Paul Ryan for not coming through on his promise to secure wall funding last year, ABC's Serena Marshall reports from Washington a new interview with the daily caller, President Trump now blaming former house speaker Paul Ryan saying I was going to veto the omnibus Bill and Paul told me in the strongest of language, please don't do that. We'll get you the wall and added, but then he went lame duck. As senior GOP aide tells ABC the house followed through on that promise, but they didn't have the votes in the Senate to move it. Forward. Serena Marshall, ABC news Washington, Senator Lindsey Graham demanding the FBI justify the tactics. It used to arrest President Trump ally, Roger stone Friday, South Carolina, Republican is chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee. He sent a letter to FBI director Christopher Ray on Wednesday saying that he had questions about the predawn arrest. More than dozen armed agents wearing tactical gear swarm to stones Florida home. A news crew from CNN was there to witness the arrest. The network has said it was there because of unusual activity by the grand jury the previous day Graham is requesting that the FBI brief his committee by February fifth. Mark Mayfield reporting. The President Trump said to trade talks with China a day after senior US and Chinese officials met in Washington. The trade war between the world's top two economies is having an effect in both countries. ABC's? Karen Travers at the White House with the latest President Trump on Twitter. Sounds optimistic about trade talks this week between the US and China writing meetings are going well with good intentions spirit on both sides. But he's signal that no final agreement will be made until he needs one on one with China. Says president she in the near future the Trump administration's working against a ticking clock March I is the deadline to reach a long term agreement with China if there's no deal. The Trump administration says it will increase tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods from ten to twenty five percent. Karen Travers, ABC news, the.
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"Bill O'neil. Eric Heintz at the editor's desk. I'm Tom hutler with these headlines, the Los Angeles unified school district and the teacher's union having agreement teachers will need to vote on the deal before heading back to the classroom, Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti, the superintendent of LA unified and the teacher's union. President held a monster negotiating session last night. Which ended just as the sun came up today. The US supreme court is allowing the Pentagon to begin enforcing the Trump administration's order to limit transgender military service while things play out in the lower the lower courts. These are Precourt may not hear the case until sometime in two thousand twenty the Pentagon also has a choice not to act on anything until the issue is resolved in a high court. The us is the most dangerous place in the developed world to give birth to a child ABC's chief medical correspondent, Dr Jennifer Ashton with the men and women on the front lines of this epidemic has say look for answers should be one of the most joyous moments in life the birth of. A new baby. But for far too many women in the United States, especially women of color and their families. It's not joy, they're experiencing heartache complications. And even death women like Fantasia Graham, and I knew deep down in my heart. Everything was not fine because my body wishes giving up like and so much. I was at my grandma's house. Getting ready for school added saw blood to fight go to the hospital. Like now when I got there. They did off Sal. And they told me that they didn't hear a.
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"Eric Heintz editor's desk. Tom hutler. President Trump escalating his shutdown threat over US Mexico border wall funding at a heated White House meeting with democratic leader Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer Trump said during the open press session, if we don't have border security will shut down the government Schumer and Pelosi urging the president to find another solution Schumer saying, quote, we shouldn't shut down the government over a dispute a woman who accused of former Baylor University student of raping her at a frat party says she's outraged. Plea includes no jail time. A judge accepted. The plea bargain for Jacob Walter Anderson. The former frat president agreed to plead no contest to a lesser charge of unlawful restraint. The woman released a statement saying she's now has to live with the repercussions of the rate. But also the knowledge that local Justice system was severely broken federal officials arresting to people they say were planning separate terror attacks at Ohio, Ohio Joseph Damon, accused of plotting to bomb a Toledo area synagogue in the name of ISIS. FBI officials began investigating him because of alarming post seed made on social media until December seventh less than eight months joint terrorism task force Washington progress from virtual radicalized Jihadist to attack planner in a separate case. A woman's accused of buying explosives from an undercover federal agent in order to carry out a mass murderer the FBI arresting Twenty-three-year-old Elizabeth Macron alleging she was arming up to possibly blow up a barn, Ohio. She stated she had been involved in a plan to commit an upscale mass murderer. She called it and your master plan was to commit an attack at a bar in the city of Toledo. The FBI says she was in possession of an AK47. a shotgun handguns, large amounts of ammo and recently purchased two pounds of gunpowder and more than six hundred screws. Authorities describing Macron as obsessed with mass killings visiting Columbine over the summer and posting on social media. It's going to be a lot of fun. I can't wait to post pictures. They also say she was communicating with convicted killer Dylann roof the white supremacists who gunned down nine African American church members during a prayer service in Charleston, South Carolina in September hundred cover employees were introduced to the crown. We asked about the possibility that lacrosse actions could possibly kill innocent bystanders, she replied that. She had no issue with that. Because the innocent bystanders day for quote, probably part of the problem and quote now the FBI. Says they don't believe that any point the public was endanger, but they didn't want to wait and risk for finding someone who could help her in the coming weeks and months ahead ABC's, Tom yomas reporting on that story. Komo news time nine forty eight New York City police officers seen on video grabbing a baby from Brooklyn mother had been placed on modified duty. Here's ABC's. Linsey.
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"I'm Eric Heintz. Komo news. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. The past week wasn't a good one for stock prices as European and Asian market concerns some caused by US tariffs have raised the specter of global recession for the week. The Dow lost five hundred seventy six points or two point two percent to twenty five four thirteen the S and P five hundred and total market index both declined forty five points. That's a loss of about one and a half percent for the week. The NASDAQ gave up one hundred and fifty nine points or just over two percent while US. Crude oil prices continued to plunge down almost twenty percent for the month on those same global economic concerns. Both short intermediate US interest rates actually fell this week on the strength of the dollar. And finally bitcoin took another dive plummeting fourteen percent in just one week because well, it's a cryptocurrency year today. Bitcoin is lost over sixty percent. And you thought stocks were volatile. I'm Don McDonald, KOMO news. Now, your political insights from ABC news con. Agresson, Marcia fudge asked whether she'll challenge Nancy, Pelosi's bid to become house speaker again, if the vote will take you today, she does not have the votes. But Marcia fudge admits I don't think I'd do either right now. No, woman fudge talk with Nancy Pelosi discussing the need for fresh new leadership that talk encourage fudge to run for the speakership. But it didn't discourage me below sea insisting she will win the election house speaker at the White House, President Trump saying he has answered the written questions. Robert Muller's didn't take very long. And they were my inches. I don't need lawyers to do that. Now, you need lawyers for submittal lawyers to go over some of the answers, but they're not very difficult questions and with homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen by his side, the president wouldn't say if she'll keep your job aids say the president's considering the future of his interior secretary Ryan Zinke and the homeland security secretary, those are your political insights. I'm Andy Field. ABC news. Don't call it a concession. But the democrat and the Georgia governor's race is giving up one fight in pursuing another says, ABC's Chuck Sivertsen. Democrats Stacey Abrams says she's ending her challenge to Republican Brian camp in the Georgia governor's race. But tweets that she'll sue in federal court to challenge. What Abrams calls the mismanagement of the election? More than a million citizens founder named strip from the rolls by the secretary of state, including a ninety two year old civil rights activists who cast her ballot in the same neighborhood since nineteen sixty eight until recently was the secretary of state. He says we can no longer dwell on the divisive politics of the past Chuck Sivertsen. ABC news, the trial record closed Friday and a case about a citizenship..
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"I'm Eric Heintz. Komo news. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. Here's your KOMO propel insurance money update. From ABC news Wall Street now stocks slid into the weekend. The Dow Jones industrial average lost to two hundred one points, the S and P five hundred was down ninety five points. The tech heavy NASDAQ dropped one hundred twenty four points or one point six percent. There are concerns about the global economy China in particular where auto sales dropped nearly twelve percent last month. It's the fourth month in a row they've been down as that country. And this one go tit for tat in the trade war, General Motors. And Caterpillar shares both fell more than three percent. Scott Goldberg ABC news. Now, your political insights from ABC news. President Trump spoke to reporters on the south lawn of the White House before heading to Paris Friday morning, answering questions about acting attorney general Matt Whitaker. I don't know Matt Whitaker. Matt Whitaker worked for Jeff Sessions. But just last month, the president said this on Fox News. Matt Whitaker is a great guy. I mean, I know Matt Senator Susan Collins has now joined a handful of Republicans who say they would support a Bill to protect special counsel Robert Muller's investigation into Russian interference in the wake of Democrats taking back the house in the midterm elections. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says lawmakers will overcome their differences. We'll have to come together to try to make some progress for the country in government, which we have more often than not anyway supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is out of the hospital after falling in her office. Earlier this week in fracturing three ribs, the eighty-five year old worked from home on Friday. Those are your political insights. I'm Emily row. ABC news. The ACLU says it filed a lawsuit against the federal government Friday challenging President Trump's asylum crackdown at the southern border ABC's. Karen Travers reports from the White House. President Trump says he signed a proclamation aimed at cracking down on Silom seekers his response to that migrant caravan heading to the US southern border flooding our country, we're not letting them in but they're trying to flood our country under current law migrants may apply for asylum, regardless of how or where they enter the US with the president. It would be required to apply at an official port of entry to come into our country legally. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House..
Regina King Keeps Emmy Streak Going with 'Seven Seconds'
"Night. It's the Emmys actress Regina king scored a fourth nomination this one for co starring in the Netflix series, seven seconds. She's one of twenty eight actors of color nominated and tells us the needle is moving from the first time I was nominated to this time each year, it's been more people of color in. That's an exciting thing. It is. I hope that it's not just a trend. The Emmys air Monday night on
When is the right time to get your flu shot?
"High gear as supplies are ready to ship to that hurricane zone world Vision's Quincy Walker says they're sending several palates of tense canopies food and hygiene supplies to the Carolinas tomorrow. So you don't wanna see disaster. You don't wanna see families this place or anything? But I'm as part of our ministry and part of my job to be able to deploy at a moment's notice. So I feel good. I always feel good to be able to get in there and help the most vulnerable in the most and bloodworks northwest. They're shipping
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"State parks and recreation. I'm Eric Heintz. Komo news. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news US stocks closed lower Friday after surprisingly strong jobs report, pushed investors to gird for higher interest rates investors sold high dividend. Stocks is bond yields rose and tech stocks rebound from recent losses. The S and P five hundred lost six points to close at two thousand eight seventy one the Dow fell seventy nine to twenty five thousand nine sixteen. The NASDAQ dropped twenty points to seven thousand nine oh to president. Donald Trump says he doesn't want to hurt Canada's economy. But also warns that if you impose his taxes on cars, it would be devastating for the neighboring country. Speaking to reporters Friday on Air Force One. He also said he wants to make a fair deal with Canada. Canadian foreign minister Christiane Freeland is meeting in Washington with US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer federal prosecutors in Atlanta, say fifteen people in five businesses have been indicted in an India based call centre fraud scheme that victimize more than two thousand people in the United States. We check your money. At twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. The CDC is warning middle aged Americans to take care of their hearts. A new federal report found that heart attacks, stroke, heart, failure, and other cardiovascular conditions led to over two million hospital visits in two thousand sixteen and over four hundred thousand deaths. The report says a large number of those patients are middle aged adults between thirty five and sixty four. A report says Moore baby boomers and gen Xers. Are smoking weed. Brian shook has details. Researchers published a report in the journal drug and alcohol dependence finding that nine percent of people aged fifty to sixty four used marijuana in the past year. That's double the amount in the same age group in two thousand six researchers say more relaxed attitudes may be encouraging older people to try cannabis. The report also finds that marijuana users are.
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"News a rocket Crowded keyarena yesterday, the Seattle storm urged to be earned a big win is the begin their playoff run they beat the Phoenix mercury, ninety one, to eighty seven and the WNBA semifinals the first game komo's Steve McCarron was stepping up, to, the, doors of, key arena Thank you so much tickets in hand, Seattle storm fans could sense this day was the start of something the. Storm entered the postseason as the number one seed. The first time since winning its second WNBA championship. Eight years ago newly crowned league MVP Stuart says the fans have definitely helped fuel
"eric heintz" Discussed on KOMO
"KOMO news Cloudy skies overnight and showers will be developing during the. Day on Sunday some, light sprinkles in the morning on Sunday and then as we head. Through the day better chance of showers in the afternoon highs only getting, to the mid sixty s Monday and Tuesday here comes, a change we go partly to mostly sunny but a better chance of finding more thick smoke. And certainly smokey at times on, Sunday but, Monday and. Tuesday much more smoke pouring down from candidates will be ready for that as we make our way through Wednesday and Thursday a little bit cooler a better chance, of a shower. Later on the week going to come. With a. Center Thoenes on KOMO news Eric Heintz, with another KOMO extra, parents limit they're teenagers, noses constantly in their phones but he might, wanna take stock of their own screen time habits. A. Study out this week from the Pew Research. Center found that two-thirds of parents are concerned about the amount of time their teenage children. Spend front of screens more than a third expressed, concern about, their own. Screen time meanwhile more than half a teen said. The often or sometimes find their parents or caregivers to, be distracted when the teens are trying to have a. Conversation with them the steady calls teens relationship. With their phones at times hyper connected notes, that nearly three fourths check messages or notifications as soon as they wake up parents do the same but at a lower. If still substantial rate of fifty, seven percent many teams are trying to do something about it fifty two percent said they've. Cut back on time, they spent on their phones and fifty seven percent to the same. With social media experts say parents have a big role in their kids, screen habits and setting a good example is a big, part of it I'm Eric Heintz and this has been KOMO extra from ABC news Tech Trends a young hacker shines a. Spotlight on the security of elections I'm just trying to help the world barely out of grammar school eleven year old Emmett brewer you might remember got a lot of attention at the Defcon hacking conference in Las Vegas five. Been, doing this kind of stuff for a long time now and it successfully hacked a mock election designed to test his skills the one I did with was the. Florida secretary of state website again it wasn't a real, website but he did manage to change the results giving himself. More than two hundred billion votes, in just five minutes, he uses advanced hacking, techniques that most kids his age can't even, pronounce SQL injection vulnerability cross cybercrimes forgery this vote. Pretend. Like an admin actually clicked on it as. For the future he says he hopes one day to work inside or security I just. Love it hits something fun to do and not, many kids, I'll say..
Scott Servais says 'We'll see' when asked if struggling Felix Hernandez will make next start for Seattle Mariners
"Sports desk former teammate Adrian Beltre along with your ex and profile and Roberto. Dur all hit homers off Felix Hernandez he gave up eight hits walked four and gave. Up, eleven runs seven earned and another struggle on the mound for king Felix who may. Be banished to the bullpen or sent to the disabled list after his latest ugly start the third and deciding game of the series with a. Rare, Rangers in the Mariners comes up at eleven oh five our time this. Morning from
Eric Heintz, US and Tom Hutler discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Editor's desk along with Eric Heintz I'm Tom hutler a new report says. More nuclear material has gone missing in the US according, to the report to security experts at the department of energy. Percent to pick up dangerous materials from a research lab in, San Antonio with radiation, detectors will the experts were resting. At a hotel the sensors and samples were, stolen from their vehicle officials say the stolen samples can't be, made, into, a nuclear bomb, national, weather, service warning the northeast to. Brace for severe weather heavy rain slash leads hail even an isolated tornado possible a severe storms roll in of last flood watch. Issued from Philadelphia to all the way up to Portland Maine news timed out nine forty seven Urgent care clinics continue to grow in popularity but a new study shows patients who choose that convenience are more likely to walk away with an unnecessary prescription for antibiotics when compared.
Woman survives seven days on radiator water after California crash
"Van Cise at Eric Heintz at the editor's desk I'm Tom hutler, star stories that were following. Russian President Vladimir Putin rejects allegations that Moscow has collected compromising materials on US President Trump or his family the Russian leader dismissing the claims as, sheer nonsense responding to a, question during a joint news conference with Trump after their. Summit in Helsinki Putin famous for his tardiness said official talks and was late for these talks as well long has sought to meet with Trump at the Russian leader was thirty five minutes late to arrive at the closely watched summit in the Finnish capital part of a long tradition since his first election in two thousand two quick thinking campers saved a, twenty, three year old woman's life after she disappeared for a week, after crashing her SUV and. Big Sur. California we found, her car about a mile north of the. Campground and it looked pretty new But it was rusty Was destroyed we just walked around the rocks news like a yard. Sale of car parts Angela Hernandez was driving on highway one when she lost control of Jeep and plummeted to the bottom of a. Two hundred foot cliff Female are going to be back Center But rescuers couldn't find. Her she detailed her daily struggle to survive from her Facebook page in the hospital. Writing I climb on rocks to avoid the sharp sand walk along the shore to avoid the hot rocks about three days had passed by now and the back of my jeans were torn. Apart my socks were nothing but, holes and I could start feeling the effects of. Dehydration that's when she says she heard what sounded like a miracle fresh, water tripping from Iraq using part of a radiator hose as an improvised canteen Hernandez says she went back to that rock every day to get fresh. Water she didn't have the strength or the, energy and, frankly just. Condition she was in. Chic she would have never have made it up that. Cliff so she wasn't even able to attempt, that but she remained missing till four days later when the more spotted her near their camp site ran up to. Her she said she rector, car and we were like The white Jeep, and she's like yeah Oh my. Gosh you're alive you're in one piece I couldn't believe. It and we realized she needed help, she looked pretty beat up her, sister rejoice.
Editor, Official and Komo discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"News station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven eric heintz our editor i'm tom hutler stories we're following a senior administration official says president donald trump repeatedly talked to military intervention investments venezuela last year despite pushback from top aides the account describes trump suggesting a military option to remove president nicolas maduro from power in troubled venezuela and the thai soccer team mates stranded more than a week in a partly flooded caves say in a new video they are healthy heavy rains are forecast for later this week which could complicate plans to safely extract them and their coach they're seen in the video sitting with tie navy seals in the dark cave with their visibly skinny faces lit by a flashlight komo news time now eight forty six americans all over the nation are celebrating the fourth of july and maybe she's karen travers at the white house with details on what president trump has planned for independence day good morning karen thanks for being with us and what is going on at the white house today major public events the barbecue and picnic here at the white house tonight at followed by fireworks staff military families have been invited to celebrate the fourth year and that's pretty much it you know we've asked if the president's gonna be talking to anymore contenders for the supreme court and the white house hasn't said i think you know he's already talked to seven people so far that's seems to be the top tier it would be surprising if he add more to the list but for now is saying that's it and they're not even getting into details of who he had spoken to still looking at a monday announcement the ninth that's the plan from the president he said that he will be making announcement at the white house be making a decision possibly sooner than that but you know he likes the elemental suspended surprise it last year when he announced neal gorsuch as supreme court nominee he did it with a big primetime event and nobody knew who it was until you walked into the room and it was pretty incredible that they were able to keep that held so closely like to see that happening again and you know there's a lot of talk about who these people are on the list this toptier short list about who is rising to the top of it and who may be a front runner at this point but we we important they november here at the white house is until the president announces things you know you gotta be careful and they could head fakes and i think until he does it himself we can't be sure he invoked neal gorsuch in mentioning that he believes this will be another home run with his choice so he's pretty confident that whoever he chooses is going to be a great supreme court justice of course that's pending confirmation he said you know incredible intellect he's looking for temperamentally looking for broader judicial philosophy things like that he's not asking about specific cases that's the white house is insisting which is notable because a lot of people are paying close attention to what the president potential nominees have said in the past or have ruled in the past on abortion rights reproductive rights things like that they're going to be a very critical part of this fierce confirmation battle in the next few months i know you said it's tough to speculator also can get a little bit of trouble there but there are there any names that have kind of surface as a possible frontrunner here that you've heard the top lists that we've been seeing is brad kavanagh who's an appellate court judge here washington there's also amy tony barrett who's based in illinois she is somebody that the president seems to like we've been hearing that from some sources there's also a sense that maybe the president would like to go with a conservative woman you know to kind of balance things out and she would be a top contender she's conservatory like her credentials and she's got a nice personal story to mom she had a couple of children who are adopted another child who had special needs connect personal story that said lawmakers are going to be looking for what she and her other potential nominees have said about critical decisions in how they have ruled and read in the past we are supposed to get the answer on monday and have a great fourth of july holiday.
College Baseball World Series held this weekend in Nebraska
"Desk good morning eric heintz the washington husky baseball team is at the college world series this weekend tonight they'll face mississippi state levi jordan says the diamond dogs are ready to play before the huge crowds in omaha nebraska you know playing in front of the crowds in carolina and also in california that's been a tremendous thing and it's prepared us for really anything you'd be great for that size of the crowd to be on our side you know but you know that's the part that you have to be tough about when you're playing on the road and you know our team is tough and we can play through that so play the bulldogs at five o'clock tonight on espn seahawks wrapped up their offseason training program with this week's three day mini camp coach p curl was pleased with his team's effort over the past few days but before they headed in their different directions he asked his players to keep their minds on football i'm concerned about the six weeks coming up in two guys do a really good job taking care of themselves and coming back stronger and faster they're in good shape right now millie we we'd be ready to go into the cap then we'd be in good shape we'll come back and let it rip the won't be on the practice field together again until july twenty six the start of training camp and the sounders are off this weekend after a two one road loss to the red bulls in new york a week from today they host chicago sports at ten and forty minutes past the hour i'm eric heintz in.
"eric heintz" Discussed on KOMO
"Plan to use extra traffic officers to go after racing legal parking loud noises new for seattle police and they hope it does the trick washington state is blamed for blocking fossil fuel projects and and dictating winners and losers among us companies seeking to export to asia komo's eric heintz has the story he was senator steve daines of montana and other officials accused governor jay inslee blocking increased coal exports from wyoming and montana the top us coal producing region executives from burlington northern san a railway and a mining company also criticize washington state's supposed obstruction and inslee spokeswoman could not respond directly to the allegations citing a pending lawsuit over coal exports coal mining companies trying to work asian markets a frustrated by the cancellation or blockage proposed coal export terminals on the west coast eric heintz komo news a fire at a federal way apartment building this morning caused several people to jumped from balcony it happened just before seven o'clock along south three hundred and thirty ninth circle south king fire captain jeff bellinghausen says six people were injured but most were hurt by hitting the ground not the flames by those war for people that jump from second floors and sustained injuries from broken femurs pelvis arms and that one person who was in the one of the lower units that has some other injuries flames damaged one unit the cause remains under investigation and a local man is on the ice this week battling for pro hockey's biggest prize thirty one years old right winger for the washington capitals born in mount vernon and grew up in everett it's tj.
Mount Everest, Mount Hood and Obama discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"And komonews dot com stories we're keeping an eye on which is at the editor's desk assisted by eric heintz tom hutler president trump's chief economic adviser brushing up concerns over escalating trade disputes for the host of us allies as nothing but a family quarrel larry cudlow director of the national economic council telling reporters today he remains optimistic about the outcomes of negotiations with canada europe and mexico in spite of recent escalations president trump says it's a total double standard that comedian samantha b wasn't fired for using vulgar term to describe his daughter and top white house adviser ivanka trump the incident came shortly after abc cancelled the roseanne show after the comedian compared a former obama aide who was african american to an ape trump wants once again caught on tape bragging about sexual assault komo news time ten fifteen and the everest cancer climb it's not the first man to climb the world's tallest mountain he is the first to do it in the name of fred hutchinson komo's brian calvert sat down with a local man who just got back from nepal the climbing bug bit long ago for luke timmerman who went out with friends for fun mount baker mount rainier mount hood it wasn't until twenty thirteen that we got around to our first really big ambitious climb which was denali after that luke says mount everest would come up in conversation but he just wasn't ready he wanted to have a reason a good reason i've been writing about cancer developments for the last fifteen years last summer when i realized that i was actually in position to climb everest but i wanted to connect it to a cause on may twenty first luke timmermann became the first to summit everest as part of the fred hutch is climbed to fight cancer after unfurling his fred hutch flag he paused and remember what he felt most after summoning relief try to savor the moment we happen to summit on a beautiful day so it was sunny and you could see for probably one hundred miles the two month trek had it's less than glorious moments he says thoughts of family and his goal for.
Brian Calvert, Kitsap County and Washington State Patrol discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"And tacoma in the top five for the most competitive housing markets right now we're talking price growth competition and time on market as san jose california is number one by san francisco and oakland number four in terms of competition is seattle number five is tacoma we're more than half of homes on the market or selling for above asking according to this study both cities also the top five for price growth as i mentioned fourteen and thirteen percent respectively over the course of the last year alone kale thompson the fda is giving the green light for a new non opioid drug to fight opioid withdrawal loose amira is now approved for up to fourteen days of use and comes with a warning that it might not get rid of withdrawal symptoms completely it might be enough however to help make it through kicking opioid skull turkey study shows high uranium levels in some wells in north eastern washington wells in the area frequently have high uranium concentrations sometimes as much as forty times a level considered the state's standards for safe drinking water the spokesman review reports a new study from the us geological survey sampled water from thirteen wells and looked at historical data on uranium concentrations half the wells sampled had levels of uranium about thirty micrograms per liter that's the standard for drinking water uranium occurs naturally in the rock deposits common in that part of the state investigators looking into why a bainbridge and police officers riflefired last month inside a casino according to the kitsap sun komo's eric heintz says it happened while the officer was responding to an emergency no one was injured in the april nineteenth incident at clearwater casino the officer reported the rifle was pointed toward the floor the safety was activated and his finger was off the trigger bainbridge police chief matt hammer described the rifle is an a our style semiautomatic rifle and says the washington state patrol crime lab inspector the gun and could find no evidence of something wrong with it says the weapon is being analyzed by the kitsap county sheriff's office which is conducting the investigation eric heintz komo news are you noticing fewer babies being born now versus just a few years ago the nation's birthrate has hit a thirty year lows we hear more from komo's brian calvert the economy is strong as governor jay inslee acknowledged earlier today.
"eric heintz" Discussed on KOMO
"Well hi there happy soggy saturday everyone it's pretty wet the winds have died down in our temperatures will fall back into the low to mid forties for overnight so that's pretty normal tomorrow we'll wake up well we could be dry for just a little bit then the rain comes back in pretty widespread throughout the day temperatures only topping out about fifty degrees for sunday and monday we warm up slightly on tuesday into wednesday and dry out for thursday and friday temperatures near sixty from the komo weather center i'm aaron may off ski enough athletes involved in an upcoming event and maybe oddsmakers will have reason to place bets in the vada the new cast of dancing with the stars he's one of the greatest basketball players of all time bream of jabbar we'll try to win the coveted mirror ball trophy he's one of ten athletes competing shorten dancing with the stars season against infamous ice skater tonya harding and some of the stars of this recent winter olympics including skaters adam rippon and ryan dasu and snowboarder jamie anderson for baseball player johnny damon also hitting the dance floor the season starts april thirtieth jason nathanson abc news hollywood time for out and about here's eric heintz donald a festival join a fun run tour and interpretive site or just make your own celebration with.
Jennifer Hart was drunk when she drove her family off a cliff, authorities say
"Say that syria intercepted twelve cruise missiles launched on an airfield near damascus this according to russian media todd ant abc news the north west only allnews station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven this is twenty four seven news on komo news i'm paul jackson jennifer heart the woman who police say drove her family off a california cliff was drunk at the time of the wreck toxicology report showed that hart had a blood alcohol level of point one oh to well above the legal limit the california highway patrol says her wife sarah and their two adopted children had a significant amount of compound found in benadryl in their systems that chemical can make people drowsy the hearts and three of their children were found dead after the car went into the pacific ocean last month three other children are missing investigators are still working to identify a body that may be connected to the crash the flu continues to work its way through kitsap county komo's eric heintz reports five flu related deaths reported in march those deaths were followed by two in april and local health officials say that proves that resurgence of flu activity the kits at public health district reports laboratory confirmed cases of influenza appear to peak in january cases increased again in march and remain elevated this month a total of seventeen flu related deaths have been reported since november surpassing the thirteen deaths recorded during the two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen flu season gets up son reports all of the people who died during the current flu season had underlying health concerns and all but one was sixty five or older eric heintz komo news the trump administration appears to be ready to take a new approach to marijuana laws as charlie harder explained attorney general jeff sessions had made it very clear even though some states had legalized pot it remains illegal under federal law and could be prosecuted in those states under federal law best view is that we don't need to be legalizing marijuana but republican senator cory gardner of colorado disagreed saying voters in.
"eric heintz" Discussed on KOMO
"To the odds of the irs auditing you have been dropping in recent years because of budget cuts and this year the agency is strained even further trying to implement the new tax law that said cheating is a terrible terrible option tax accounting janet says they're still watching it is so easy now to track income in let's face it not reporting income is fraud that's willful failure to report income or pay what you oh you are still allowed to make mistakes but you still could be fined for underpaying taxes scott goldberg abc news komo news now hearing police audio of an interaction they had with a youtube shooter before she showed up at the company headquarters in san bruno california this month and shot three people before committing suicide mentally sound looking female who was just released body camera recordings police in mountain view about thirty miles south of san bruno no roll up on a car at one thirty eight in the morning they run the plate and it comes back to naseem ogden missing out of san diego they wake her up you reported missing questioner she says she left san diego because she wasn't getting along with her family she says she is not suicidal and never mentions youtube want to commit suicide or anything like that right police say they had no legal right to hold her and had to let her go alex stone abc news for this weekend's out and about komo's eric heintz those i'm on a the joy of festival joined a fund run tour and interpretive site or just make your own celebration with a family picnic or camping trip virginia painter of state parks and recreation says you can choose from dozens of activities and events throughout the year and to get you started check out the online state parks and recreation calendar parks are packed with wonderful.
Grindr, Criticized for Not Protecting Users HIV Status, Draws Criticism from WeHo City Council Members
"To stop and addicts path to self destruction under ricky's law drug users may be committed to treatment if the court decides they pose a threat to themselves or to others the deadline for closing the russian consulate here in seattle has passed komo's eric heintz reports aside from security officers today there is little trace of russians inside the consulate and residents in madison park were ordered closed by the trump administration in retaliation for russia's alleged use of a nerve agent to poison a former russian intelligence agent and his daughter in britain monday was the deadline the us expelled sixty russian diplomats and closed russia's seattle operation which the white house as an outpost for intelligence agents a former local fbi agent told the seattle times consulates can be used to run covert activities and naval base kitsap boeing and microsoft are potential local targets eric heintz komo news sali's and auburn releasing a video they hope will solve the mystery of a hit and run that happened nearly two months ago komo's steve mccarron with more with little evidence no witnesses and no suspects auburn police hope this surveillance video will help lead to something bigger aclu's some tidbit of information that can help them identify the person behind the wheel of this older white or light colored sedan that was driving south on a street southeast the night of february seventh but you can actually see the car hits connie braswell driver never slowed down never stopped just left her out on the road police say the car that hit braswell likely has significant front end damage should may have been a toyota someone a relative a friend a coworker has to know something about who was driving it and where the car might be now the victim remains in critical condition at harborview medical center popular gay dating app grinder says it will stop sharing its users hiv status that move comes after criticism from the aids healthcare foundation grinder says the data was not used to target advertisers were sold to third parties it was given to two companies to test the apps performance now they're working to remove that information from those companies the man shot and killed near seattle center early sunday mornings been identified as twenty one year old trayvon mccoy mccoy who was a local rapper last performed saturday night was shot in the head at first avenue north and republican street police have not released.
Tacoma Mall Taser lawsuit goes against city, police officer, gets half million dollars
"A teenager who was taste by tacoma mall security officer has been awarded a half million dollars modique charlene tillman was fifteen in may of two thousand fourteen when she says an offduty tacoma police officer working mall security pulled her off her bike by her hair and shocked her with a taser pulling my hair and it was like china slammed my face into the concrete the incident was caught on security video tillman sued saying the assault violated her civil rights yesterday a district court jury agreed and awarded her that half million dollars a former seattle police officer has been sentenced to six years in prison for his role in smuggling hundreds of pounds of marijuana to baltimore the us attorney's office is forty four year old alex capacity was sentenced yesterday japan spent sixteen years on the force and resigned shortly after he was arrested last may he pleaded guilty in november two conspiracy to distribute marijuana and conspiracy to commit money laundering craigslist won't allow personal ads on its site anymore the move comes after the senate approved a sex trafficking bill it makes website operator there's more accountable for their users activities the legislation makes it a crime to operate an internet platform with the intent of promoting prostitution supporters say it could help stop on like sex trafficking of minors opponents say it could expose tech companies to lawsuits over free speech and that's komo's brian yamamoto snoqualmie police want to see a sketch as they search for the man who groped a girl less than a block from mount sinai high school we have that sketch on our website komonews dot com they say the guy was walking on the sidewalk and grabbed the girl as she passed him last friday a ruler from the middle east will visit seattle later this month komo's eric heintz has more crown prince mohammad bin salman of saudi arabia is considered both a modernist reformer and military strongman recently he lifted a thirty five year ban on cinemas and allowed saudi women for the first time to attend mixed gender public events he's also confronted iran and launched his air force to participate in the civil war in syria the seattle times reports on march thirtieth he's expected to meet with bill gates and a tour boeing's everett facility the seattle stop is the first on a west coast tour that will focus mostly on business relationships you spending three weeks total in the us and has already met with the.
Congress demands investigation into sexual assault of military kids
"She says often triggered by social media pressures and many of these young people simply cannot cope for for some of us even if it's the same issue are coping skills aren't strong enough and so it becomes more difficult and when you start losing hope that you can change that situation that's where you start thinking about suicide one thing that is helping she says many departments within schools are talking about this encouraging young people to reach out for help the department of health has a whole bunch of information on the website again the state department have health website carleen johnson komo news congress is reacting to an associated press investigation into sexual assault among children on us military bases by demanding the defense and justice departments explain how they'll deal with the problem more from komo's eric heintz ap's investigation revealed that reports of sexual violence among kids and us military bases at home and abroad often die on the desk of prosecutors even when attacker confesses the military school system has no specific policy to respond to student on student sexual violence us senator patty murray demanded answers by april to a long list of questions about how the department handles assaults on its campuses in washington state documents show at least thirty seven sexual assault reports among children on basis since two thousand seven of those thirty two cases where at joint base lewis mcchord eric heintz komo news walmart's rise to challenge amazon for online business is the subject of a lawsuit against the big box retailer three win former director of business development says walmart mislabeled products and did other things to gain a competitive edge here's bloomberg's matthew boyle and when he continued to bring it to light and brought it to the company's global ethics department he was then terminated win he's also.
Ferguson Sues Estate-planning Company For Misleading Hundreds Of Seniors
"Retired school bus driver he says talk turn from trust to annuities so she transferred her entire savings i haven't a dime in my annuities washington attorney general bob ferguson is now suing c l a state services for misleading hundreds of people liked dorothy what they're dealing is engaging what we call a trust mill the company has lost its licensed to do business in washington in a statement the company writes the la will hold the ag sophist to their burden of proof and seek the appropriate reimbursement for the defence of this action on behalf of their client interests brian calvert komo news a former enviable acp leader has been accused of abuse by two exwives spill tyler who is now a civic leader insecurity security guard at gonzaga is being accused of grabbing pushing and even threatening to kill the two women who were responded to the allegations i cannot go back and change the behavior twenty three years of my past but i can acknowledge and apologize for my verbal abuse the behavior move forward and do better the allegations came out in a local newspaper earlier this week the city of lake stevens is settled a lawsuit involving a former police commander details from komo's eric heintz the agreement with dennis taylor is four four hundred thousand dollars the everett herald sites the republic records request that all parties deny any wrongdoing settlement requires mayor john spencer who took office after taylor left to rescind at dishonesty fighting against taylor and to write a letter to summarize his accomplishments with the department from 2013 to 2015 in 2015 taylor was the subject of an internal investigation after a complaint from another officer eric heintz komo news wash tuesday wildlife biologists have caught in tagged to get there a cougar their ways one hundred ninety seven pounds comas rank lindsey has the story the spokesmanreview reports that biologist tag the massive can't on monday north of twowheeler state carnivora research scientist brian kurtz and called the cat a monster saying it was so muscular that the first tranquilizer dart he shot at it popped out as the cat flexed kurtz says it's the largest cougar caught in our state as far as he knows it was captured as part of a predatorprey steady kurds in his capture twenty cougars and.
Prosecutors charge suspect in double murder in White Center
"A young woman who consumed alcohol at this party and suffered some significant affects the police department says it will continue to support the victim of wealthy personal and professional level one woman a two men under arrest after a thirteen year old girl was assaulted and cal adersson park tuesday night seattle police said he witnessed a fight involving several people officer track three people who had fled the scene including a nineteen year old woman an eighteen year old man and an eighteen year old man police believe the victim was targetted but it's not clear why a 26yearold auburn man turned himself over to police after evading arrest in connection with two murders in white cetera january the details were goes eric heintz snow buchanan was charged monday with two counts of murder in the shootings of paul to pia and jose garcia junior outside tear it ice cafe in the early morning hours of january six he was also charged with unlawful possession of a firearm core record save buchanan additionally was charged with felony violation of a.
"eric heintz" Discussed on KOMO
"The editor's desk along with eric heintz i tom hutyler five men margr analysts were sentenced to long prison terms were reporting on alleged militaryrun chemical weapons factories a few years ago the opposition lawmaker on songu key condemned the harsh punishments and said democratic systems should have security and freedom and balance but she's presided over a government that has aggressively prosecuted dozens of journalists working in other ways to suppress and discredit the media a mississippi bail bondsman name benjamin night says he alerted the fbi last september after someone using the screening nicholas crews potent economies youtube channel saying i'm going to be a professional schools shooter but i explains that a video posted he flagged it for youtube and call the fbi office in mississippi to reported cruz was the suspect in yesterday shooting in florida well of course with that shooting abc's george stephanopoulos taught with jim guard who was a math teacher at the school and also it turns out help to save many lives to horrific situation today after like so many of the students referred from already today you first thought this was just a drill yes because when the alarm went off about the two twenty or so by article wafa we had just had a fire drill down at 930 that morning so i thought it was a bit unusual so the kids got out of their seats i just got him out there i'll let fly not let's hang and for second 'cause maybe was accidental may be something and like culinary went off or what have you so we're ready to go and then our whatever administrators got on and said he yvette great the building so we open the door all the kits a one out the vast majority would out i always hang out last to make sure wants out of the room that you're the room secure so as i'm leaving we start hearing a bunch of popping noises and that's when had been cut out again n and said code red which means as a active shooter on and that means get back in setback incites whitelaw pits get back inside will by then most of the.
"eric heintz" Discussed on KOMO
"Dot com criticize eric heintz at our editor's desk following these stories the trump administration is riveted once again on north korea as president donald trump prepare to travel to germany for a summit of the world's leading developed and developing nations early today as north korea claimed to have test launched its first gator kind of intercontinental missile concerned about korean peninsula security are certain to service at the g twenty summit which starts friday at hamburg trump urging china in a tweet late monday to end this nonsense once and for all amid continuing investigations into alleged russian meddling in the 2016 us election president trump and putin will have their first facetoface meeting friday no known agenda set for the bilateral talks will occur on the sidelines of that g twenty summit if you're looking for a new job you might consider flying not as a passenger but as the pilot ears calls pete combs was a time when flying was elegant and pilots were mess astra's of the sky now flying is pretty much become routine no longer glamorous of pilots will there in short supply c a e incorporated a company that makes flight simulator says the world's airlines need to train seventy pilots every day two hundred fifty five thousand in the next ten years just to keep up with demand you'll find evidence of that no farther away seatac airport horizon air the regional carrier for alaska airlines has had to cancel hundreds of flights this summer because of weather but because they're just aren't enough pilots to fly the planes pete combs komo news if you're looking.