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"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO
"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.
"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO
"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.
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
"everett herald" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"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.
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
"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.
"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO
"Police officer knows now what feels like to be on the other side of the law. Komo's Gregg Hersholt has that story. The officer was arrested for driving under the influence after crashing his police car. The news Tribune reports officer Eric bell was arrested September twenty third and released the same day after that single vehicle wreck gig harbor police responded to the crash about nine PM. They found the car off the roadway and bell who they say appeared to be intoxicated was nearby. The department says he was off duty at the time. Time of the crash Bill has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of an internal investigation. The unmarked police vehicle. He was driving is a total loss. Gregg Hersholt, KOMO news. The ws husky union building is finalising rules over how people mostly the homeless can use one of the schools main student centers rules would cover lying down and sprawling out on couches sleeping for more than thirty minutes. Using restrooms for bathing, Ben panhandling. Seattle times reports people hiding until after hours and sleeping and campus buildings has become a problem in January. A woman was camping and Savery hall on sexually assaulted on three separate days by three men who are also camping in the hall. So HAMAs county prosecutors have filed charges against a teenager over threats involving his former high school. Komo's Eric Heintz. Reports the sixteen year old was charged last week with misdemeanor cyber stalking. Investigators were told by school staff last month at the boy, a former students sent messages on Snapchat. The messages contained threats to shoot Arlington high school students on campus. The boy was. Living in south Snohomish county and attending a different school at the time. Police say they found a twenty two caliber rifle in his home. The Everett herald reports the boy said he had no plans to actually carry out his threat. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. Starting today students across the state are being asked to take an anonymous survey that can show trends in the mental and physical health of young people. Everett herald reports the healthy youth surveys, given every other year it gets responses to questions about range of subjects from alcohol and drug use to depression and suicide surveys for kids ages six in grades six eight ten and twelve although it is done at school. It's voluntary and students can skip questions some much needed repairs begin today on westbound, I ninety near cle- Ellum where those two big accidents happened last week as man was involved in one of them in eight vehicle crash that included five semis watching and witnessing and listening to the sounds. It's amazing that nobody was injured any more than than anybody was for for most part. Everybody walked away the next night. I semi knifed in that same air. The repairs involved grinding down the concrete surface to make it more skid resistance. Well, believe it or not Christmas is two and a half months away. But the hiring fairs for seasonal workers in full swing ahead of the.
"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO
"Sunshine. We're looking at several kind of a full day of temps in the low eighties at eighty degrees creating us tomorrow as well could be again could be the last blast of some low eighties in quite some time as cooler air is coming back at us temperatures in the low seventies under mostly cloudy skies. Even the chance of some scattered rain likely as we round out the week. I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO weather center Chilean spots again this morning in Olympia, clear skies, only forty-seven it's forty-three in Shelton Aaron downtown Seattle clear and fifty KOMO news time six thirty six. Atv drivers could soon have more room to roam in Snohomish county. The county council could vote later this month to allow licensed ATV's to travel in eastern areas of the county. The Everett herald reports newly ATV accessible roadways would link Monroe and Sultan, which allow all-terrain vehicles on paved roads with speed limits of thirty five miles an hour or less both city councils have passed resolutions. Encouraging the county to take this step there a shock and disbelief as news spread that a Snohomish county family was involved in the deadly motorhome crash on I. Ninety during the return of holiday travelers Monday. Louis makes me sad. It is heartbreaking and devastating all at once. An entire family returning from a family Labor Day getaway in eastern Washington. Ends tragically on the drive home sixty two year old Lois Attleboro and a six year old girl. Killed Lois husband, Michael is an intensive care upgraded to serious condition. Six others who neighbors describe as the couple's daughter. Jessie, and grandchildren were all injured. When state patrol says a tire on their motorhome blue Monday afternoon on I ninety near Ellensburg, sending their rig through the guardrail and down an embankment. Chuck Martinez lives next door to Jesse mom. Always come down here. You know, and. She gets her time off she always hanging around with the family and stuff like that. It seems as if everyone in Monroe knows this tight knit family who operate in excavating business in the heart of Monroe, a neighbor said, Michael and Lois blended their names to come up with the company name Michelob and described them as hard working and thrilled to get the holiday getaway with family workers. At the company said, they weren't ready to comment already. The community is rallying around him a family friends started taking measurements to build a wheelchair. And for the couple's adult daughter Jessie listed in satisfactory condition. Jesse very happy. Go lucky gal. Always smiling we checked on all of the children involved. We.
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
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.
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.
"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO
"In the komo weather center sunshine and sixty five in downtown seattle teno six a nationwide manhunt underway for the man who beheaded a woman on camino island back in february two sister of the victim says she's hoping for some closure confirmation that he was the one who did it but we still don't have him so worth it still another waiting emma cunningham losing california's central valley and police believe the man they're looking for in connection with that killing is also hiding somewhere in that area last week prosecutors charged jacob gonzales with the murder they say dna on a samurai sword found in the victim's abandoned car matches his a fifteen million dollar wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against a shipping company and its operators meghan jacobs filed a lawsuit on behalf of her husband byron jacobs who was killed june twenty eighth while working at the port of long view that lawsuit names se harmony corporation a taiwan based vessel owner and bright charter shipping ltd which managed and operated that ship it alleges they reposition the ship without checking if the crew was endanger and do not provide seep lines for the ship after years of pleading with the state legislature for more money washington's thirty nine counties are preparing multiple lawsuits against the state over unfunded mandates the counties are broke and sick of the state forcing them into things they can't pay for and don't get reimbursed for everett herald reports the washington association of counties is now moving to sue the state as soon as this fall the biggest complaint they've been saddled with unfunded underfunded mandates from the legislature for years like last year's requirement for the counties to put in ballot dropbox everywhere without providing the money to purchase and install them or have somebody come out and pick up the ballots cost of paying for public defenders and public health is really draining budgets it's gotten so bad in lincoln county west of spokane county commissioner scott hutzel till tv w they had to borrow from the roads fund for years just to pay for sheriff's deputies litigation and an emergency seem seem to pop up show short of creating an emergency we need to get their attention according to the association thirteen counties in our state do not have twenty four hour police coverage that's komo's carleen johnson reporting a national white supremacist group is apparently the force behind a series of anti immigrant posters that have popped up onto coma utility bowls komo's corwin hake has more one poster reads report any and all illegal aliens they are criminals not immigrants another says welcome to occupied america where borders are irrelevant the posters all feature a web address blood and soil dot org homepage of a.
"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO
"One had a waiting room for less serious emergencies that's what veteran everett firefighter dave demarco was wondering demarco was named chief in everett last month and now is confronting an emergency response system burdened by more calls than it can effectively and efficiently handle he tells the everett herald the system is burning through human capital the alternative he says is to prioritize calls the way an emergency room prioritizes heart attacks over stomach aches hundred demarco's plan everett could become the first fire department in the state to route nonemergencies to a telephone nurse or even to put them on hold that way he says someone in cardiac arrest would get an immediate response while the tummy ache would have to wait corwin hake komo news yesterday it is time we were telling you about a semi truck that slammed into the side of an edmonds home today police still trying to figure out why it happened that semi with no driver inside crashed into the house on olympic avenue on monday afternoon karen cooper and her five grandchildren were home at the time and they say they saw that truck coming worried about the driver i thought he was dead because i couldn't see him and then these construction workers came running down the street and send there's no driver there's no driver no one was hurt edmonds police say that the truck belongs way private company that was working about a block away the cooper family is now saying with some family friends until that home is deemed safe enough to return kelly coupons and other city has decided to allow retail marijuana store to open komo's eric heintz reports standards decision comes after months of debate the city council voted four to two to approve the new rules last week the vote allows for one recreational marijuana shop in the city but as of today no such business applications have been approved like other cities stan would would receive additional tax revenue from retail marijuana sales if shop locates within city limits the issue has been split among residents in stan would the everett herald reports in two thousand twelve one thousand four hundred one ballots were cast in favor of the initiative that legalized recreational marijuana compared to one thousand three hundred and seventy three against it eric heintz komo news komo news time to thirty four aaa traffic every ten minutes on the forest joining us again it's marina rockinger we.
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.
"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO
"Thirty nine degrees as a major export of crops airplanes and technology washington state stands to lose potential trade war with china president trump has called for one hundred and fifty billion dollars tariffs on chinese imports in beijing has threatened to retaliate megan casello politico says they're trying to hit mr trump where it hurts very savvy they know exactly what they're doing and they were hoping to target areas in farm country that states that largely voted for trump chili beans and other crops grown in the midwest are of china's biggest targets but because many of those goods are shipped to china through the port of seattle washington state's economy could be hit hard transportation leaders say construction of a dedicated bike lane on seattle's fourth avenue will be delayed until twenty twenty one construction had been set to begin next month biggie clark with cascade bicycle club says the city has continually put off building a plan network of bike lanes delay feels like yeah another delay in kind of a series of delays the last several years been building out the network according to the seattle times the city says fourth avenue is too congested with construction projects to build a bike lane now leaders in snohomish county give congressman rick larsen list of transportation problems they want fixed with federal help county city of everton state leaders asked larson for help and moving more money into the county for new rail crossings a new or reconstructed westbound trestle on us to the everett herald reports they also asked for clear guidance on how the federal government will approach regulating self driving vehicles and use of financing alternatives to the gas tax appears county sheriff's deputies expected to be out of work for quite some time following a crash last night we're told the two year veteran is in critical care after suffering fractures in the end the crash a man is under arrest after investigators say pulled out from tavern parking lot right in front of the deputy who tried to avoid the collision he hit her patrol car causing it to roll down an embankment on pacific avenue south near one hundred twenty fifth street sheriff's sergeant ed troyer drivers fine how bureau injuries was able to get out of the car walk around oh he had no injury he was processed for dui.
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.
"everett herald" Discussed on KOMO
"The news but not for the reason he hoped komo's corwin hake reports superior court judges ruled the initiative king is in contempt i'm an spent yesterday promoting his lawsuit against the state for amending and then passing police violence initiative instead of giving voters crack at the original measure preempted the people from having a chance to vote on this initiative but at his news conference to announce the suit i'm an faced questions about a lawsuit against himself filed last year by state attorney general bob ferguson that suit alleges i'm and took money donated toward one initiative campaign and illegally moved it into the campaign for a different initiative now the everett herald reports a thurston county judge has found in contempt for failing to produce financial records related to the ferguson suit i'm did not comment on the contempt ruling at his monday news conference but his attorney tells the herald records provided as recently as march second should suffice corwin hake komo news a bellingham brewery is reiterating its apology after his social media backlash and then and attack by vandals melvin brewing has been a target for several days after screen shots of its website went viral on social media instead of contact us the melvin website menu red touch us another page was heading show us on the doll where melvin brewing touched you one person boycotting the brewery wrote on facebook i happen to think child abuse in victimizing women isn't funny the brewery has since apologized changes website in mid it crossed the line controversial topic is up zoning leading builders add more floors to their developments if they also include affordable housing units it was a topic last night at a public meeting in the northgate neighborhood city council committee heard many people who say they can't afford to live here anymore myself and my wife i'm about to start grad school and my wife wants to have kids and i don't see the possibility of staying in seattle up zoning has been implemented in other neighborhoods forcing developers to follow the city's affordable housing requirements several people have been pick pocketed in everett recently victims around shopping and later find out that their credit cards have been used in their wallet is gone so they told police they remember during the.
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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"Former warehouse are mill the everett herald reports construction could start onto other industrial buildings this year all told the port sees one million square feet of warehouses and manufacturing an office space at the parc bringing in as many as seven hundred and fifty jobs eric heintz komo news we're learning more about the sixteen year old boy who fell to his death from rattlesnake alleged near north bend over the weekend his story from komos gabe cohen patrick was a young man with a bright future at sixteen he lit up the room and made his family and his uncle roman proud had such an amazing are in a human into acting for everyone try to live perfect teaches he was himself and he wasn't scared of opinion himself feet to sheep teddy's like any lived did to the full list he loved nature and was an avid hiker saturday morning for the third time this year eddie hiked up rattlesnake ledge with three friends he wanted to take some pictures and video of the landscape but on the edge of the ice he quipped side he lost his footing and fell to his death in a mess and in a mess and the law and and i can rally and were his dad's a youth pastor and eddie wanted to be a warship leader to and roman says faith is guiding their family through this and filling them with hope as small plane crashed just north of economic law yesterday can county sheriff's right abbott says the faa lost contact with the plane but searchers were able to locate the wreck after the pilot called 911 what we know for sure broken bone and the head injury is parking and alert no word yet what caused that crash a debates over a bike lanes in one north seattle neighborhood took another turn yesterday people hit the streets to show their support for a bike laying on the stretch of thirty fifth avenue northeast that plans been in the works for several years and they what the city to keep moving forward this is by clint supporter vicky clark mike line as a piece of the safety project it also include safety improvements for pedestrians and transit improvements to increase what a group of local business owners not so fast they don't wanna lose parking spot should that neighborhood and.
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"Affordable housing the everett herald reports under a bill drawn out by never lawmaker each county could receive a share of the tax by the state from retail sales within its border so the sales tax would not be increased but more of the proceeds would stay local and then be targeted for housing the bill is scheduled for a public hearing tomorrow afternoon in a house committee at least one expert things two thousand eighteen will be friendlier for homebuyers than 2017 was truly a senior economist cheryl young says millennials are finally starting to buy homes sir bobby up how crime and travelled of homeownership they're very and they get there but in the door but lenny all our right now they're the largest portion of the population and they have been much slower to buy homes than previous generations is starting to sell their homes to cash in on high prices thus creating more inventory and lower prices she thinks the trump administration has had little effect on this but it's new tax plan might seahawks veteran quarterback jeremy lane was arrested over the weekend on a charge of driving under the influence lame has looked into jail yesterday morning and redmond later released on his own recognizance his blood alcohol level has not yet been released the 27yearold has spent all six of his nfl seasons with the seahawks komo news time four 10 and sports now and we'll have another seahawks of player we need to talk about that's cliff favor all the outstanding defensive end his 2017 season cut short due to a neck injury that was followed by next surgery had coach pete carroll saying recently will be very difficult for cliff and kam chancellor for that matter to come back following necci injuries cliff today on the nfl network said he would like to continue his nfl career but he asked to get to the end of the line of his rehabilitation process to know exactly what he will or will not be able to do he was also asked about a his reaction to the recent changes to the coaching staff the firing of offensive coordinator darrell battle an offensive line coach tom cable the myself and my whether we without hurry often about those on the.
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"To sell confiscated guns to raise money to buy gear but critics say law enforcement shouldn't be putting weapons back on the streets kumble's eric heintz with more on the story that associated press look at nearly six thousand guns resold in our state found more than a dozen instances in which the weapons figured in new criminal cases washington like most dates let's law enforcement agencies decide whether to destroy sell or trade crime scene firearms seattle pd and king county sheriff's office don't sell crime scene weapons they choose to melt them down at a foundry however some law enforcement officials say the reselling of guns raises money to purchase crimefighting equipment and if the practice were abandoned people would just by weapons somewhere else eric heintz komo news all inquests of deadly police shooting king county have been put on hold while a committee reviews the process county executive dow constantine created the committee to address concerns from people who say that process is biased toward law enforcement officers this affects five inquests until the committee makes recommendations which could happen sometime in march a former lynnwood man's conviction in a 2014 killing has been thrown out on appeal the everett herald reports and appeals court found in tarnoff's iansa losses trial flawed due to the failures of lawyers on both sides specifically the court sided two flawed powerpoint slides shown by a former deputy prosecutor during the trial as well as the failure of salah's his lawyer to object to statements he made while being treated at a hospital following his arrest salah's had been serving twenty years for the killing of cardenas lopez prosecutors argued the attack was the result of lopez wanting the relationship between the two to become more intimate the ruling sends the case back to snohomish county for a new trial a remodelled system for evaluating.
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"At nine forty four jay phillips on komo news steve pool forecast tonight too bad it is definitely cooler out there there is no doubt about it there's a chance of some showers as well in fact that chance of showers will last into and through the weekend for that matter we're looking at a high temperature tomorrow somewhere around the upper 40s so it's really going to feel feel cool when you go out the door so make sure everybody's prepared all right they have it that was a great night in the komo weather center i'm steve pool fifty one degrees right now 47yearold woman has been charged with murder in the death of her nine year old son northeast of bremerton deputy scott wilson with the kids have county sheriff's office says the boy's parents were living together wonders catches violated the ultimate trust april and james was charged day catch up county should pierre your court with second degree murder economische county manage it has twenty eight years in jail for stabbing his girlfriend more than a dozen times prosecutors say 23yearold joseph peralta nearly killed the nineteen year old victim last year after she tried to run from him he tractor to a rite age store in lynnwood where he stabbed her repeatedly peterle the everett herald reports peralta has previous convictions for violent crimes the latest conviction is a second strike on to the states persistent offender law he pleaded guilty last month to first read demestic violence assault while armed with a knife lawsuit filed by four children behind bars of the regional justice shut can't says they're getting almost no education in violation of state and federal law combos pete combs reports the children and their parents also demanded an end to the practice of locking misbehaving children up in solitary confinement sometimes for months or four teams are all being charged as adults the suits us each has been locked up in saw terry confined but at some point for breaking the rules or for acting out against garch solitary confinement means being locked in.
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"Seattle area freeway will read out of just one lane in each direction this weekend as crews try to get work done before the rainy season begins goals brian calvert has more the big project this weekend involves the freeway between south sea atal emburey a non eight 509 an area in the third and final weekend art contractor need hero replay the guardrail wet concrete air dots lisa van cise that means the free way will be down to one lane in each direction tonight through early monday morning there's a second significant closure that involves a stretch of northbound i between des moines's in south center friday night and again saturday night the it will be ready lane for that are contractor career can get back to adding permanent draping and paving work also note the northbound lanes across the first avenue bridge will be slow saturday morning as crews repair part of the bridgedeck brian calvert komo news which carry executive dave summers bruce it is new budget for two thousand eighteen with an emphasis on law enforcement his proposal adds five do sheriff's deputies to the force according to the everett herald and holds off on costa the department the new budgets about thirteen million dollars more the 2017 budget about seventy percent of the total goes toward salary and benefits for county employees navy destroyer aimed for a marine who died of vietnam will be based out of everett more on that ship bandits namesake from komos eric hide see you ss ralph johnson will be commissioned in charleston south carolina next march johnson jumped on a grenade and vietnam and 1968 dying as he saved the life of a fellow marine he was then awarded the congressional medal of honor for his actions the name be said in two thousand two the ship would be named for the nineteen year old who lived in charleston the seven hundred million dollars ship we outfitted with the latest weaponry eric heintz komo news still to seen many will never forget this saturday will be the one year anniversary since a gunman shot and killed five people inside of burlington macy's sheila martin was one of the.
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"Of musical chairs of us know khomich county councilman has his way there won't be any supervised injections sites there ever comes pete combs reports councilman nate mary wants to keep sue revised objection sites for drug users out norwich county so he's drafted an emergency ordinance that would ban such sites from unincorporated parts of the county the everett herald reports nehring says save sites enable drug addiction do nothing to stop drug abuse is no indication maybe one wants to build a safe ojection side anywhere in sauvage county at this point but bearing says the moratorium he proposes would give county leaders a chance to talk at all over pete combs komo news komo news time three l four still ahead we will check in with alex down in mexico city the first let's get a check on our aaa traffic with kierra and we are already looking at a very busy after again on our roads are no north bend i 5 you're hitting the brakes from michigan breaking free around yesler then you're gonna find slain came from northgate all the way to a hundred and sixty fourth lynnwood that's partially due to an earlier crash that we had but now we have a brand new stall that's blocking two left lanes that one hundred sixty four southbound i 5 really packed from northgate the james goodlooking slow round southcenter then busy kenneth a typically as from highway 18 through five southbound four or five of seeing delays from northeast 8th ports sunset southbound 167 is a tricky drive from battle 100 an idiot ports 77 they'll be slow again from highway 18 teach okita and southbound ninety nine south in from the south end of lake union toward the stadiums your next report that.
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"A former going mechanic fired for stealing from the company is cents to forty five days in jail komazec eric heintz reports brian mcleod stole from the company's mailroom king county prosecutors say he took almost seventeen thousand dollars most of that and free movie tickets that the company gives to employees as incentives he then sold the stolen goods online the everett herald reports boeing investigators installed security cameras in the mail room and late 2014 to catch whoever was behind missing property according to court documents the footage showed mcleod breaking into the room after hours taking the tickets and putting empty boxes back on shelves even stole drones that he also tried to sell eric hi it's komo news former swat trainer says local police did not need to fatally shooting man involved in a standoff in five back in 2013 scott defo once with the lapd swat team testified today in the wrongful death trial on behalf of leonard thomas's lawyers thomas was killed when police determined he might use his fouryearold son as a shield and said d was not cooperating with negotiators seattle times reports defoe says after reading reports transcripts depositions he colluded thomas was not a threat employees should have continued to to go she had with him looking county councils approve money to increase safety patrols in unincorporated parts of the county sheriff's office will receive one hundred thousand dollars to boost patrols that money will cover battles 1100 hours of extra enforcement those extra patrols will focus on areas near schools also focus on speeders in drunk drivers you're ready to dial all ten digits if you're calling someone in western.