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City of Everett pushes back on hate group

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

City of Everett pushes back on hate group

"It removed a banner showing a hate groups logo from a pedestrian bridge. Come was Eric Heights reports it was replaced with another sign promoting unity. The banner place without permission on March 23rd Red Reclaim America. With the Web address of the group Patriot front, Kathleen Baxter, with the city's Public Works department tells the Everett Herald it was removed from the bridge overlooking Marine View Drive in a couple of hours. Then, on Tuesday, the city put up a new banner from the same spot displaying the message. All are welcome and average. No place for hate stickers promoting group have appeared around the city in the past couple of years. The city says it's not known to Patriot Front has an active local chapter or of its trying to recruit members.

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The City of Everett, NE of Seattle, decries white nationalist propaganda

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

The City of Everett, NE of Seattle, decries white nationalist propaganda

"The city of ever it removed a banner showing a hate groups logo from a pedestrian bridge couples Eric Hynes reports It was replaced with another sign promoting unity. The banner Place without permission on March 23rd Red Reclaim America. With the Web address of the group Patriot front, Kathleen Baxter, with the city's Public Works department tells the Everett Herald it was removed from the bridge overlooking rain view drive in a couple of hours. And on Tuesday, the city put up a new banner from the same spot displaying the message. All are welcome, and Everett, no place for hate stickers promoting the group have appeared around the city in the past couple of years. Said. He says it's not known to Patriot Front has an active local chapter or of its trying to recruit

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Edmonds, NW of Seattle, eases penalties for driving with a suspended license

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:46 sec | 11 months ago

Edmonds, NW of Seattle, eases penalties for driving with a suspended license

"License license in in Edmund's Edmund's may may no no longer longer face face jail jail time. time. Here's Here's Como's Como's Frank Frank Lindsay. Lindsay. For For those those whose whose only only offenses offenses driving driving with with a a suspended suspended license. license. The The penalty penalty will will now now be be a a $250 $250 ticket instead of time behind bars, according to the Everett Herald. Introduce, really, said Mons Mayor Mike Nelson says quote criminalizing the standalone offensive driving while license suspended in the third degree can lead an individual down a spiral of debt, inability to drive loss of job and worse. That downward spiral his particularly hard among lower income, individuals and people of color and quote. This new rule, however, does not apply to drivers who've been convicted of things like dy hit and run vehicular assault, vehicular homicide or attempting to elude. It also does not apply if you have 10 or more driving, while license suspended defenses on your record. Frank Lindsay

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02:06 min | 1 year ago

"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO

"Long it will last and when it will be complete, many task force member sharing their recommendation with the mayor, and it was very much right. Down the middle. About half the group wants to replace it, and the other half wants a repair. We are in favor of repairing. It is the, uh going to get us back into vulnerability and a time span that makes sense for the community. I think it is far too premature to be settling in on one option. At this point. That decision expected Sometime in the next 10 to 14 days. Pasta niche come on a proposal for a virtual police training program in Snohomish County is drawing some criticism. Some are calling it a video game for cops. We get more from Kemal's Corwin Hate. Snohomish County Sheriff Adam Fortney proposes the county purchase a $70,000 virtual reality training system. Four law enforcement officers. The Everett Herald reports the system would be used to train deputies and would also be partly accessible to the public to provide a window into how police officers make life and death decisions. Critics tell the council. The proposal amounts to a public relations campaign, not a real attempt to address racial inequality within criminal justice and attorney involved in the effort to recall Sheriff Fortney tells the council quote asking the public to play video games so they can understand why cops need to shoot people is absurd. Corwin hey koe, MO News just five days until the voting ends in the city of Spokane is one of those gearing up for any potential unrest following the results. We get more on this from comas, Carleen Johnson. Local organizations in Spokane have called on elected leaders to denounce extremist groups and anyone else considering violence as a response to whatever the results are on Tuesday. Seven US emergency operations manager First Bo can says they will be opening and emergency Operation Center early on November 3rd. Regardless if we have heart and tell her not if there is the potential for something that could Cause damage to our community toward infrastructure way stand up manioc to have that in place for if something happens, No protests have yet been.

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02:03 min | 1 year ago

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"Started working on a plan to read. Wrecked his community police team to address the crime and disorder often tied to the camps. But now the new police chief wants to strip down or eliminate the specialty units to focus on 911 calls. But meanwhile, we have these issues just bashing their way through at the neighborhood level, and it's super unclear who the liaisons will be at the community level for that. That's comas. Jule Marino reporting. Kevin's Canyon Fire in central Washington continues to burn out of control near the town of matches. This is something that you know is our worst nightmare Lands Commissioner Hillary Francaise. The fire has now burned more than 70,000 acres. As of last check. It's only 10% contained and more than 1000 people have been evacuated. The cause is still under investigation. The interchange at Highway 5, 29 and I five in Mary's Ville will now be built his planned last month estate. BOT said the project could be delayed as a cost grew $7 million beyond the $89 million budget. However, the Everett Herald reports project managers say they found a way to keep the project intact on time when it is put out to bid. Come on his time to four check camo traffic every 10 minutes on the fours with Marina Roger. Well, we had an earlier collision north bound for 05 at Northeast 85th in Kirkland that finally got cleared. But it is solid traffic from 5 20 to the scene stopped on four or five. Struggling as well through Bellevue from 5 20 down to I 90 we have a new problem North found 405 kind of near where we had an earlier problem just south of the 5 to 7 Interchange Canyon Park area collision takes up the right lane, but I don't see A backup forming just yet. Who cannot bridge right now is closed for boat Traffic. South Bend I five is sluggish from the Boeing Freeway Up. Tio Union Slew south five. Some slowdowns often on between North Gate and I 90 in Seattle Southdown I five at Highway 18. That's solid bumper to bumper traffic, actually coming out of federal way from 3/20 all the way down to the Puyallup River. South and I five third Lakewood struggling as well from 5, 12 down to Main Gate, Ajay BLM. You're next. Come, Oh, traffic at.

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02:05 min | 1 year ago

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"As it could be. And then North and 167. You're going to find some scattered slowing traveling out of Sumner and Inter Pacific. Our next Comeau traffic up 9 44 and your forecast. Here's meteorologist Kristen Clark Faras dry as August has been. We're certainly making up for lost time later this week as we track another round of Rain today. Scattered showers and maybe a few isolated thunderstorms will be developing throughout the afternoon into tonight. Showers linger into early Saturday before drying out this weekend and next week a stretch of sunny days and highs in the seventies with more comfortable sleeping conditions, too, with overnight lows in the fifties and the common Weather Center our meteorologist Kristen Clarke, 68, mostly cloudy skies downtown called Time 9 35. We continue with our top story from the couple 24 7 News center. Two people died in a crash into coma overnight. It started as a hit and run along Hosmer Street around 11 30. Last night, the driver took off and hit two vehicles on Park Avenue near South 84th Street. One of them had people inside of the driver in that car. And the hit and run driver died. A passenger in the hit and run car taken to the hospital in critical condition. A new lawsuit argues that Marysville Pilchuck High school could have prevented the 2014 shooting that left five students dead. The suit was filed by a 20 year old former student who was in the school cafeteria when the 14 year old shooter opened fire. According to the Everett Herald, the suit claims school's staff knew two days ahead of time to shooting what happened and I could have stopped it local media outlets, including common news, We'll have more time to find a King County judges order requiring them to return to turn over images from a May 30 protest march was called one Hank has more the judge's order to provide Seattle police with potential criminal evidence was due to be enforced today. But the Seattle Times reports. A state Supreme Court commissioner has granted the news companies motion for an emergency stay. The media outlets, including The Times Co. Mo and three other TV stations, argue the order is a violation of state law. Seattle City Council member Theresa Mosqueda says protesters rights are on the line as well. I think it is abhorrence that our city continues.

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02:00 min | 1 year ago

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"1000 FM 97 7 Good morning once again, thanks for joining US 71 sunny downtown as we continue to bring you our top stories on the coma, 24 7 news center And a counter protester at a pro police rally arrested after dangling a doughnut on a string in front of three officers. This was an Everett camels, Corwin Haig has more police officers can be sensitive when it comes to the cliche about how much they like doughnuts. They showed how sensitive during last Friday's back the Blue Rally on the Snohomish County Courthouse steps A young man skateboards up to a group of officers carrying a stick with a donut dangling from the end of a string. Two officers laugh. Ah, plainclothes sheriff's lieutenant is not amused in a video posted on the Everett Herald website, The uniformed officers then intervene. One grabs the donut man by the arms. Don't you think it's time for you to go? Doughnut man was booked for assaulting an officer. The arresting officer wrote, the man had pushed the stick toward the plainclothes lieutenants face. Korwin Hey HQ co Moh news New Seattle police body camera video capturing the explosion aimed at officers in a violent clash at the West Precinct. On Sunday. Almost Tommy Natasa describes what it shows first starts with the protester outside the West Precinct, using an umbrella to block the view of the security camera. Moments later, police are trying to stop the protesters blocking the camera. Tensions quickly escalate bottles. The cone start flying towards the police. An officer uses pepper scream back at the crowd of protesters. Ah catapults from the protesters towards the officers blasting at them. Explosions wing out in plumes of smoke filled the streets as officers. Damn back. At least 12 officers were injured. In Portland, thousands of protesters marching again last night. This time a group of parents led the way on CNN. Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler.

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A Mental Health Pandemic: The Second Wave of COVID-19

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:15 min | 1 year ago

A Mental Health Pandemic: The Second Wave of COVID-19

"Experts experts say say the the second second wave wave of of the the pandemic pandemic is is beginning beginning and and will will only only worsen worsen in in the the coming coming months. months. And And now now they're they're talking talking about about a a potential potential mental mental health health crisis. crisis. We We get get more on this live from Kemal's Carleen Johnson. Well, according to the state Department of Public Health. They expect 2 to 3 million Washingtonians to experience mental or behavioral health problems in the coming months as a result of the pandemic, this psychiatrist Dr Daniel Bober What I'm seeing in my own patients is an increase in depression, anxiety, insomnia, and maybe if they were using a glass of wine to take the edge off now they're using a whole bottle, so it's definitely something that's impacted them pretty hard. They call it disillusionment as people realized we're not returning to what was normal anytime soon. It is already leading to a surgeon, substance abuse, aggression and then criminal activity and the making matters worse across the state. Code 19 has caused revenues to tumble for a lot of behavioral health agencies and treatment facilities. According to the Everett Herald and the Homeless County Compass Help, which is one of the main ones has already shuddered several of its main sites due to financial troubles. Some of those may never reopen. Reporting live Carleen Johnson. Come on, is the driver

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02:00 min | 1 year ago

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"To be armed recently I've been of weapons on on site there to do what needs to be done if the threat was to go to get worse and I always look at this is the risk versus courses that bridges the reward and risk right now of of an incidental shooting I think just outweighs the value of having people aren't right now especially when we have our police partners fully armed and all you have to do is take a look at what has happened in other states such as Kentucky we don't want that happening here in Washington all right your question about accountability you know we have had our state voted overwhelmingly to improve our police accountability statute that happened fairly recently and that obviously is on the books we also have improved our training to train police officers in de escalation techniques so that they can try to reduce the potential of violence to to try to calm the waters when they roll up to a scene and I think that our state has been the frankly admired as been called sort of a template by the other states in this regard we want to keep that up and make sure they're officers get that training and yes there are budgetary challenges we want to make sure that type of training continues and by the way that training is not the end all and be all as long as racism exists it's going to have to have multiple ways to attack it not just training but we need to continue that that training the social services we are very concerned about this we have a six and a half billion dollar or more hole in our budget and we need to be as effective as possible to maintain these vital services and I look forward to a legislature have the courage to do that next question concerned Jerry with the Everett Herald Jerry.

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Arlington School Board eliminates athletic fees for students

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Arlington School Board eliminates athletic fees for students

"Well there's good news for parents in the Arlington school district whose kids are involved in school sports come was Greg Herschel to with more the Arlington school board has voted to eliminate athletic participation fees for kids in middle and high school starting this fall the fees were fifty dollars at the middle school level and one hundred for high school sports they were put into effect over ten years ago during the economic recession the Everett Herald says many districts began charging those fees to avoid cuts in athletic programs to quote the superintendent Chris Sweeting eliminating the athletic participation fee is another step to remove barriers in advance equitable

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01:39 min | 2 years ago

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"Don't want to see another tele two officers believe this organization because they don't believe that the city supports the work they're doing best says as it is our resources are strapped hand without officers to respond to urgent call she says Seattle's reputation for safety is at risk Corwin hake komo news so much county sheriff's deputies fired forty eight shots at the fleeing vehicle driven by a man suspected of attacking three people last October that's according to this new home which multi agency response team that investigated the officer involved shooting investigators say thirty one of those gunshots hit the vehicle and wounded the man driving it Daniel garni Kurt Miller mail goes bottle the Everett Herald reports witnesses said he was armed with some sort of bladed weapon and might have a gun king county prosecutors reserved a review the results of the investigation and declined to charge the deputies and every nursing assistant has been charged with raping a woman under his care prosecutors say George to Lewis was helping look after woman recovering from us to the severe stomach condition and during one of his visits the patient woke up to find herself being sexually assaulted by him then he reportedly threaten to make her life miserable if she told anyone six months later she told the story to a nurse tell us is now losses nursing assistant license faces a second degree rape charges being held on a hundred thousand dollars bail Herald says toll is has a record of complaints about alleged sexual assaults going back to the early two thousands but this is the first time he's been charged coming up firefighters in Grant County feel they have the upper hand on the large wildfire I'm bill o'neil.

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO

"Memorial Day fourteen year old Ryan Payne later died tumor can get in trouble. The temperatures are heating up. But the water is still icy. Cold neck, be a deadly combination. Plus, they say when you mix in alcohol people start making bad decisions, fifteen different agencies, all consider the situation so urgent they've all come together to make sure they can act as fast as they can to save lives. And there is a sense of urgency because they fear, they're going to see a jump in water rescues this year. We're seeing an influx of calls on pita sound because of more boaters more population into the Pacific northwest say simply with more people comes more risk at Sunnyside beach in silicon Keith Eldridge, KOMO news. The north shore, school district has withdrawn policy that urged schools to make special accommodations for Muslim students during Ramadan. Komo's Carleen Johnson reports. The change comes in response to a cease and desist letter filed by a religious freedom organization council on American Islamic relations, CAIR has urged school districts to make special accommodations for Muslim students during Ramadan, when they fast until sunset the north shore policy had urged teachers to think about how lessons. Activities would impact practicing Muslim students suggesting a class lesson about Ramadan to promote the feeling of inclusivity. Now the Everett herald reports the freedom of conscience defence fund pushed back sending a cease and desist letter which said, the Ramadan accommodations are blatant, insult to students of other faiths, exulting Islam as a state sponsored religion. So while north shore has now pulled back on that policy. A new law in our state, just signed by the governor requires college faculty to accommodate students when faith and studies conflict. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Fed up with all the abandoned vandalized, and rundown buildings in Seattle will be relieved to hear that the city's going to crack down on the problem. Komo's Joel Moreno says that'll mean more building inspection, whether it's overgrown vegetation or people breaking into drink and do drugs. Seattle is seen a big increase in complaints in recent years, Inc. The effects are pretty catastrophic, if left untended that does take away from the city services because this repeatedly please going out there and everything else to cope, the city is hired ex. Tre inspectors to monitor a wider.

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

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"His other hand able to use her backpack to the mail off of her and she took off running back to high school the girl is okay, but extremely traumatized. She is thankfully, she did. All the right things. Extra deputies will be patrolling the neighborhood Romero. Komo News Corp or woman is suing a local hospital accusing it of violating her privacy. Komo's MandA factor has details. The woman was admitted in March of last year to the Fairfax behavioral hospital in Kirkland was told to undress for mandatory search she told staff. She had a history of being sexually abused. According to court papers, they ignored her pleas told her again to undress the door was left open. A camera was rolling the staff told her to prepare for a cavity. Search the lawsuit calls the process humiliating claims. The search was done with no indication the woman might have weapons or drugs after the search the suit claims that women experienced severe trauma and nightmares and tried to take her life. A lawsuit calls for compensation as well as permanent changes to the Fairfax practices. According to the Everett herald, the CEO of Fairfax declined to comment MandA factor. Komo news Allah Gatien's against up you'll up mother of having sex with an underage boy. Komo's Tammy matassa says she faces child rape charge. It somebody who is taken advantage of kids are ten eleven years old. She was considered the T mom the wife to the coach of the emerald ridge lacrosse club. That now sued Dylan is accused of having sex with her sons look cross teammate just eleven years old at the time. According to court documents Dylan had sexual child several times between twenty four. Eighteen and twenty fifteen disturbing apparent.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO

"He was waving one hundred dollar bills and buying rounds of drinks his friends invited him to head to another bar. And that's when Goodman offered to give Griffin arrive asked him to stop, and he wouldn't stop. And it was like I had no control my life. I had no control of my real life endeavor since as life hasn't been the same. He can't stand for long periods of time enduring our interview had to stop to lean against a car. For support insists hearing the Goodman was busted in eighth time last month is no surprise. He pleaded not guilty and was back in court today for a pretrial hearing nothing happened. The case was continued to a later date in June per Goodman's request say, you know, it's clear that it was going to happen again. And probably going to happen again until somebody does something about it. That's komo's Michelle Esteban. Reporting drivers in Snohomish county could find themselves hitting the brakes in a number of spots in the weeks ahead. The details now from komo's Bill O'neil work is expected to resume on the US trestle as soon as June. The Everett herald reports at least two weekend closures or plan for this year. Meanwhile, all lanes of US two from bickford avenue to the eastern edge Monroe or slated to be repaved that work expected to take place in night and will reduce the roadway to one lane for up to two weekends washed will also resurface to three mile stretches of US to near index. Skykomish? Most of that work is expected to cause delays for drivers in July or August. Finally, a roundabout will be installed at highway nine in one hundred eighth street northeast and Marysville that work is expected to include three weekend closures below Neil. Komo news more tax hikes and other changes proposed by lawmakers coming up for hearing.

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Natural resources advisor to governor Inslee. She tells lawmakers protecting orcas is their moral responsibility. That orcas are struggling and we need to come together. And do everything we can to help them survive, and that is a moral imperative here. The most fiercely debated Bill involves the commercial whale. Watching industry. Vote noise is said to interfere with the sonar orcas, deployed to find food lawmakers have finally agreed whale watching boats should stay at least three hundred yards away from orcas and four hundred yards. When both boats in Wales are on the move other approved bills provide new protections for the Chinook salmon population, the orcas main food along with measures to prevent toxic spills in Puget Sound Corwin. Hake. Komo news. State Senator John McCoy to Leyla missing work in Olympia as he recovers from flu and the Monja his illness comes at the same time as today's deadline for the Senate house to act on bills coming from the opposite chamber. The Everett herald reports a seventy five year old chairman of the Senate Democratic caucus has not been in the Senate the past week says he's feeling better. But does not set a date yet to return to work governor Inslee back in Washington? Enter several days of the road campaigning for president will be in Olympia at noon today to sign several bills recently passed by the legislature this afternoon, he will attend a hydrogen vehicle demonstration, which is linked to a Senate Bill promoting the production sale of renewable hydrogen energy clean energy and climate change are key elements in the governor's presidential campaign platform, that's killing Cubans..

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02:43 min | 2 years ago

"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO

"The state can't afford to wait another year for action to protect the orcas. Something is killing dozens of swans around Monroe and crescent lake more from komo's Carleen Johnson. We're talking about the largest waterfowl in North America and the largest swan in the world. Trumpeter swans since March seventeenth the Everett herald reports more than fifty of them have been found dead or dying in an area south of Monroe and into north King County more than two dozen of them turned up dead near crescent lake that's a major night roost for swans this time of year state fish and wildlife and the north west swan conservation association said swans often ingest lead shot while feeding so they're going to test their livers to see if that's what's killed them. The lead shot causes paralysis in their digestive system lead shot his band for waterfowl hunting in our state has been since the early nineties, but swans can still pick up at ingest lead shot while foraging. Elsewhere Carleen Johnson. Komo news report shows, south King County school districts are not meeting the needs of their students. This is according to the students themselves the community center for education results surveyed about seven thousand high school students and most of them said they're not getting adequate college and career prep at school. Some say they have to take pre college or remedial classes. If they go to a two year college a couple of north west based air force officers have been relieved of duty after the units were investigated for hazing more from komo's Brian Calvert. An investigation began back in January after complaints that the hazing was happening. JBL AM and at Alaska's J B E R the practice is referred to as rolling up which essentially means airmen are tackled restrained. And then their hands and feet are bound with duct tape. Colonel Benjamin Bishop commander of the three fifty four. It says there are traditions that keep these units together in a statement. He adds when airmen however attempt to equate hazing as tradition. They do an absolute disservice to our air force culture and also undermine our mission effectiveness, Lieutenant Colonel Joshua Kates of JBL M's, fifth air support operations squadron and his Alaskan counterpart have lost their command posts as a result. Brian Calvert, KOMO news of Lynnwood will not convert a motel on highway ninety nine into housing for homeless families. More from komo's Erik Heintz. The city council was. Studying the purchase of the rodeo in the plan calls for the city working with the Edmonds school district and others to turn the fifty two room motel into housing for families with children who are students than a consultant's report. Convinced the council the only scenario then made sense was tearing down the motel and building a new permanent complex from scratch. The Everett herald reports new construction would come with a price tag of more than fifteen million dollars. The city will now look at other ways to help homeless families. Eric.

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO

"But getting back to the train station. It's going take a while the Amtrak coast Starlight left Seattle Sunday morning struck a tree in heavy snow Sunday evening. It's been sitting there ever since if you're camping and you got caught. Were gonna jive with your friends. That's what it feels like a lot of everybody's talking to each other need. Bam trek says with local power outages and blocked roads. It was decided the safest place for customers was to stay on the train or they were able to provide. Food heat electric had toilets have cleared the tracks north of Oak Ridge, and we'll make their way slowly up to stations in Eugene, Portland. And then eventually Seattle he drops F Bob's in court and spits out the full word for Bs skulls. Corwin Hake reports the judges tendency toward foul language is causing trouble. I do homage county's drug courts. Superior court. Judge Joseph Wilson presides over the county drug court where he has developed a reputation for seasoning, his pronouncements with salty language, he told one defendant, quote, I think you're a bleeping addict when the same defendant claimed he couldn't work because of a shoulder injury. Wilson snapped back stop with the shoulder Bs, but without the polite abbreviation now, the Everett herald reports the state court of appeal. Feels has thrown out one of the judges drug court sentences Wilson had called the defendant, quote, an animal and quote, just a criminal. The appeals panel ruled Wilson's language toward the defendant revealed personal animosity and bias Wilson's defenders say, hey, it's drug court. They say by its nature, the tone is different from a regular courtroom. Corwin hake. Komo news. New Bill making its way through Olympia would require proof of insurance. Every time. You renew your car's registration. There are seventy lawmakers already on board with Senate Bill fifty nine twenty four each climbing. The new requirement would cut down on the number of uninsured drivers.

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

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"Inslee declared the outbreak public health emergency later today. The King County council is expected to vote on a major fossil fuel. Facilities moratorium, the legislation would block all new fossil fuel facilities and unincorporated King County for six months. The meeting where that vote is expected is set for one thirty this afternoon. A concrete recycling. Plant is a step closer to construction in effort. But komo's Eric Heintz reports. Some nearby residents are still worried hearing examiner approved a special land use permit that clears the way for inter west build its plant along these homeless river in the northeastern part of the city. The Everett herald reports some riverside residents protested worried it would bring in silica dust a byproduct of recycling. Concrete and noise pollution, the hearing examiner laid out several conditions including annoy study done by third party. If it shows volumes exceed what is permitted inter west will have to take further measures permits are still required from the State Department of ecology in the Puget Sound clean air agency. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. A new incident in Spokane is fueling controversy over the habit of federal immigration agents, boarding greyhound buses to interrogate. Passengers komo's Corwin Hake tells us this one involves the northwest comedian Portland based comic Mohanad el-sheikhi is not kidding in a series of tweets. Describing harassment in Spokane at the hands of immigration and customs enforcement agents. He tweets ice agents ordered him off a greyhound bus and interrogated him for around twenty minutes, claiming his papers were fake and saying he was in the country illegally. El-sheikhi is originally from Libya, he says a phone call confirmed his legal status. The alleged incident follows media reports from thousand seventeen of ice ages boarding greyhound buses in Spokane to question passengers immigration status. Video of one such boarding went viral, the Canadian borders.

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO

"Prison sentence after being caught in a twenty fifteen online child sex team has won an appeal on two of the three counts against him. Here's more from komo's Carleen Johnson. And appeals court says thirty four year old Kenneth Chapman should have been able to argue to jurors that he'd been entrapped by police after responding to a Craigslist ad offering sex with children and Kitsap county which had it James Moore who heads up the net nanny stings for state patrol tells. Komo. That's a bogus argument when this thing gets retried, and he's allowed to bring up the argument that the jurors feel the same way that we followed our training and the suspect was clear and intent on raping a child up county prosecutor Chad Enwright tells KOMO they may try Chapman again, or we may want to ask the state supreme court. We'll take a look at it state division to court of appeals ruled Chapman did present. Evidence showing he was improperly induced to commit a crime. He did not otherwise intend to commit and should be allowed to make the case for entrapment. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news a year after his disappearance, the family of the Mukilteo man, still hopes their son will return home. Komo's Eric Heintz with the update Jacob Pilkin disappeared on January twenty three rd twenty eighteen year the quilt cedar creek casino. He went there with France late on January twenty second and didn't return to his mother's house in Everett. His mother tells the Everett herald a year before he went missing he went through rehab for heroin addiction a week before he vanished. He was fired from his job for showing up late for work and may have started using drugs. Again, he was last seen by a police officer who was checking a nearby homeless camp and told the officer he'd catch a bus to his mother's house. But there's no evidence he boarded a bus and hasn't been seen or heard from since ten twenty am on January twenty third twenty eighteen Eric Heintz, KOMO news. Many volunteers were up all night to take an informal head count of those living on the streets. Kiro strays helping coordinate volunteers for the annual event known as Countess in people that we see an intense.

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"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO

"Responsible for the blasting work, and they had a piece of safety equipment called a blast. Matt that should be keeping everything down when they blast. But somehow that rock got through very heavy in his suppress anything from fire officials say they've never seen anything like it. They're going to be thoroughly investigating as of today. The company could be fined Carleen Johnson. Komo news. It's a coincidence. That has the Pierce county sheriff's department wondering if there's something bigger at play. Komo's Charlie Harger tells us about the police dog with a special connection to a fallen deputy last week Mark the one year anniversary of the death of deputy Daniel McCartney who died in the line of duty. And while there was a public ceremony honoring him something was going on behind the scenes to the department that named one of its newest police dogs, Dan in McCartney's honor. And wouldn't you know it detective Ed Troyer says the German shepherd made an extraordinary amount of bus last. Week. Sometimes our dogs only have a couple of captures in a month. Sometimes they'll have three. But here we have multiple incidents in a one week period. Where this dog was just very successful says they're all thinking about it. It's like he's still serving at canine Dan, named after Dan McCartney. He's working with somebody. That was the same mountain to catch with them in the south sound bureau. Charlie Harger, KOMO news to Snohomish county fire districts are talking about merging their operations. We get details. From komo's Erik Heintz. Combined district seven eight would provide fire rejection and emergency medical services to about one hundred sixty thousand people over one hundred and forty one square miles. The Everett herald reports that's about one in five residents in the county district seven is based in Monroe and district. Eight serves lake Stevens. Details still need to be worked out, but a ballot measure could be possible. In twenty twenty district. Officials are getting ready to start scheduling public hearings on the proposed merger. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. It was the perfect ten performance seen around the world. Komo's MandA factor. Reports the UCLA gymnast and Newcastle Washington. Native is opening up about her highs and lows last weekend senior caitland, Ohio. She nailed a flawless Florentine. Could tell from the first pass on the mat she was filled with joy. Oh my gosh. Every time I get on the floor. That's always been my favorite part.

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"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO

"The new Dick's drive in restaurant along with the rest of the midway shopping center in Kent as a potential site under consideration for its New South operations and maintenance facility the drive in opened in mid December. And in response to Kent city council unanimously passed an emergency zoning ordinance Tuesday to prohibit sound transit from building a thirty acre facility where the Dick's Kent location is Dick's has sent a letter to sound transit urging them to reconsider whether build the facility Dixon, holding a press conference today to have more information on that Tuesday, HAMAs county fire districts are talking about merging operations the story from komo's Eric Heintz. Combined district seven and eight would provide fire protection and emergency medical services to about one hundred sixty thousand people over one hundred and forty-one square miles. The Everett herald reports that's about one in five residents in the county district seven is based in Monroe and district. Eight serves lake Stevens. Details still need to be worked out, but a ballot measure could be possible. In twenty twenty district. Officials are getting ready to start scheduling public. Hearings on the proposed merger. Eric heintz. Komo news. Ted forty into the hot exterior sports desk. Huskies men's basketball tonight dogs tried for their fourth straight win in the conference and sixth win overall as they host Stanford a team featuring former Garfield star DeJean Davis. Here's fellow Garfield alum Jalen Noel of the huskies facing his former classmate. Every game is just another game. No matter who plan is going to be a fun game plan against MO teammate. So he is going to be fun having him back. But you know, it's just another game going to come out there and plays. Our coverage begins at five thirty six o'clock. Tip from montlake. The cougs host Cal tonight. One team will pick up the first Pac twelve victory over in. Pullman. Loyola Marymount is in Spokane to take on zag and Seattle you will host New Mexico state, and if a conference championship set for Sunday the saints favored by three and a half against the Rams in the NFC the AFC title game features Kansas City at home against the patriots with the chiefs favored by three in that contest. We check sports at ten and forty Patty tower and update traffic and weather for you coming up next. Komo news time ten forty one. We all know that was with.

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"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO

"Providers at Medicare rates keep premiums low and get the states roughly four hundred thousand uninsured people back on the rolls. The governor says it will guarantee there will always be coverage available even if carriers pull out of the state's health benefits exchange. We have fourteen counties in the state that are at risk of losing any availability of any insurance policy today, though, proponents of the plan admit that insurers and providers have not been over enthusiastic about the idea as Medicare reimbursement. Rates are typically lower than market rates. Lawmakers will take up the issue when they convene in Olympia on Monday. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. A civil lawsuit against Tim. I'm in is moving forward despite. Recent bankruptcy filing. Komo's Carleen Johnson. Reports last Friday, a federal bankruptcy judge cleared the way for the civil suit against Tim. I'm into resume suit was filed by state attorney general Bob Ferguson in March of two thousand seventeen accusing I met of secretly moving money between two initiative campaigns in two thousand twelve our lawsuit alleges can elaborate web of unlawful financial transactions. The result Tim personally profited from these transactions and caused inaccurate and misleading reporting. Now, I'm in denies the allegations. When he filed bankruptcy this past November, though, civil proceedings were temporarily put on hold, but the Everett herald reports last Friday, a US bankruptcy court. Judge said the case can move forward. Any also ordered the names of donors to illegal defense fund set up by to be disclosed civil suit six one point million dollars in penalties. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Coming up after traffic.

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Young woman shot by police pleads to assault, is spared jail time

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Young woman shot by police pleads to assault, is spared jail time

"At Arlington teenager pleading guilty to misdemeanor assault eighteen months after police officers shot her five times he wasn't a threat to. Anyone, but they attacked anyway that's the girl sister, alleging police, used excessive force they say the police. Say, they opened fire on a seven, year old girl after she lunged, at them with a knife he's spent two months in. The, hospital the Everett herald reports are guilty plead this week allows her to avoid

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Hot Water Challenge: Why You Shouldn't Pour Boiling Water On Someone

Elvis Duran

04:21 min | 3 years ago

Hot Water Challenge: Why You Shouldn't Pour Boiling Water On Someone

"It's unclear if the companies would raise fares in order, to cover, any new costs it's five thirty seven chemical cleanup in Everett to, will be good for the environment but bad for, traffic. State Department of ecology cruise next month begin removing heavy metals from the Snohomish river. Left behind by an Everett smelter the Everett herald reports east marine view drive will be closed to through traffic during the project restricting access to northbound highway. Five twenty nine we don't have exact dates for the work hand the closures police in Bellevue. Say a woman stabbed a couple and then set several fires in their home Saturday night they say. The homeless woman had been staying with the couple for a while, the couple and eighty three year old, man and. A seventy six year old woman have been upgraded to stable condition. At Harborview medical center now officers put out the fires and they arrested the woman that trying to figure out what her, motive might have been police are, investigating an apparent, murder-suicide. That left five people dead near Corpus Christi Texas police in Rob's town responded, to a shooting At a nursing home Friday evening and found three people shot to death, harassment Florez is the rubs down chief of police To a room were story was Was also located were inside the room near the They've been, identified as sixty year old Richard starry the shooter his stepmother Selma Montalvo at his eighty-five year-old father at the elderly couple's. Home nearby two more people were found shot dead they've also been identified to add, this the couple son and the couple's adopted son no word yet on a motive satirist and comedian Sasha baron Cohen is, now aiming his, confrontational comedy style at former Alabama judge ROY Moore Colin went after more in an. Interview on his series who is America on Showtime last night, caught was pretending to be an Israeli anti-terrorism expert demonstrating what he said was a technology that detects sex offenders Developed a machine that is used in schools. And plague bounce to. Detect anyone coming in and if they detect the pedophile the one alerts the law enforcement and the schools within a mile. Of ideals Cohen waved what looked like, a metal, detector wand, over more it beeps several times and that's when Moore got up and walked off the set you might remember that ROY. Moore lost especially US Senate election last December after several women accused him of sexual, misconduct when they were teenagers and he was in his thirties Francis is accepting the resignation of a prominent Vatican diplomat and, a, former archbishop, of DC cardinal Theodore McCarrick resigned from the college of cardinals amid sexual abuse allegations. One of his victims who was asked to be identified only, as James says he can finally move on with his life Prison and it has not days today I'm opening up, that door I'm walking. Out to the street and letting the sun hit my face for the first time ever the archdiocese, of Washington said in a statement yesterday that after the first Talibans were made a New York it. Reviewed its own files and found, no complaints of, any kind were made against McCarrick during his tenure as archbishop, of Washington. DC from two thousand one to two thousand six. The archdiocese also encouraged other potential victims to come forward a teenager in Indianapolis is. Recovering from severe burns after his friend his friends put him through what's being called the hot water challenge it involves having boiling water poured on you fifteen year old Kyle, and Clark has second and third degree burns on his back face and chest after his friends, poured boiling water on him while he was. Sleeping recently he's expected. To heal but you might recall a similar challenge caused the death of a, child in Florida KOMO news time five forty That's trying to get to the KOMO, sports desk, with Tom. Hutler needed a win yesterday and they picked up a victory in Anaheim shooting out. Of the gate with a seven-run I sitting held on for an eight five win over the angels Seattle salvage a win in the three game series they, moved to within four of the. Astros in the west Seattle. Now to ahead of Oakland for the second wildcard spot of the American League and wouldn't you don't. The Astros come to town to open a three-game series tonight James Paxton faces Houston's Garrett Cole in game, one Seahawks had their third out of training camp yesterday putting on pats the first time new offensive coordinator body Dave shot Hiber enjoyed hearing that familiar sound there's.

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Sixty Five Degrees, Twenty Four Hours and Twenty Six Years discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

02:50 min | 3 years ago

Sixty Five Degrees, Twenty Four Hours and Twenty Six Years discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"My twenty six years of defending our nation did my personal opinions impact any official action i took struck refused to answer the first question saying the f b i counsel advised him not to answer about ongoing investigations the house committee is now considering finding him in contempt of congress president trump is now in great britain after two days of meeting with nato leaders in brussels this morning he said allies are promising to increase their military spending progress has been made everyone's agreed to substantially up their commitment the allies say they're sticking to the same commitment they made years ago to spend two percent of their gdp federal officials say they've now reunited fiftyseven migrant children younger than five with their parents after they were separated at the border justice department says fortysix others can't be reunited scott goldberg abc news stay connected stay informed komo news eight thirty one right now sixty five degrees in the seattle sunshine to start this thursday morning along with gregg hersholt i'm manda factor here are the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center the finalists for the job of seattle police chief are united in at least one message bias has no place in the department almost brian calvert has more from last night's community meeting the forum was put on by the group not this time a group focused on violence and bias within spd interim chief carmen best who self identified as the hometown girl was first to address the crowd more important than the that is the number one thing pay to kill people meeting people candidate eli ray has agreed with best in that more training is needed for officers then added his philosophy for harmony between police and citizens policing is not something that we do to the community it is something that we do with the community any self described as a proud black man pledged to immediately recruit more minority officers having a police department reflect the community which it serves the numbers right now mayor durkan will interview the candidates tomorrow then plans on making her choice by the end of the month brian calvert komo news is lake stevens police wanna know who would target a house cat with a bow and arrow and shoot that cat not once but twice almost corwin hake has the bad news and the good well let's start with the good news of the cat is going to be okay even after being wounded twice with arrows the one year old black and white long haired tabby had gone missing for twenty four hours and when he showed up back home in lake stevens a hunting arrow was still protruding from the haunch of his left hind leg and examination showed he had also been shot in the other hind leg the everett herald reports hunter now has had two surgeries and is recovering now the hunt is on for whoever shot the cat if intentional it's a case of felony animal cruelty if you know anything lake stevens police would appreciate a call corwin hake komo news if.

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Carleen Johnson, Everett Herald and Muckilteo discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Carleen Johnson, Everett Herald and Muckilteo discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

"To county man is charged with attempted murder accused of forcing his former girlfriend to overdose in a muckilteo hotel room here's komo's carleen johnson is facing many charges for that may nineteenth attack including attempted murder the everett herald reports it was the sixth time but women had tried to leave or abusive boyfriend when he pinned her down in a mukilteo hotel room for drugs into her mouth until she vomited and fennel spray inter knows then chased her to the parking lot where she overdosed charging papers say mounting was on probation when he lured his ex girlfriend to that room with an offer to give her drugs that could help wean her.

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Trump taking 'serious look' at policy options on Amazon

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

02:12 min | 3 years ago

Trump taking 'serious look' at policy options on Amazon

"Komo twenty four seven news center president trump is again criticizing amazon not on an even playing field you know they have a tremendous lobbying effort edition to having the washington post which is source i'm concerned another lobbyist he made the comments today on board air force one the post office is not doing well with amazon that i can but the problem with that statement is it isn't true in two thousand seventeen the chief financial officer of the postal service pointed to a two thousand six law that requires bulk delivery contracts with the usps to at least cover the cost if not be profitable for the federal government he's a former star soccer player and even owned a small team for a while now he finds himself in big trouble with the irs i'm charlie harder and we're talking about dion earl he was a soccer standout at espe see you in the nineties then turned around in the early two thousands in bought the seattle impact fc an indoor pro soccer franchise the doj says he claimed to make more than a million a year and took huge refunds totaling a million four over a period of a couple of years the hitch they say he was actually making closer to eighty k a year and no way no how deserve all that tax money back earls already in a world of legal hurt he's currently locked up in arizona on sex assault charges that's komo's charlie harker the city of marysville is considering raising taxes the plan is to add one tenth of one percent of the sales tax to pay for a new police station jail and other public facilities according to the everett herald the jail hasn't been expanded since the eighties when the city's population was less than a tenth of what it is now the city council will decide whether to put the issue to voters on monday there are three words that could be used to describe the seattle housing market right now we're told seattle's housing market remains the hottest in the nation for the seventeenth straight month the record is twenty months which was said by san francisco during the first dot com boom analysts john l scott realestate tell us it's gonna take a while before this market cools down one positive sign if you're looking to buy a home or told this is.

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Ferguson Sues Estate-planning Company For Misleading Hundreds Of Seniors

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

02:06 min | 4 years ago

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.

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