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"fairview" Discussed on WTOP
"Apply and are subject to change. United Services Automobile Association and its affiliates. SAN Antonio, Texas 6 18. Traffic and weather on the AIDS. Let's check in with Dave Tilden. Okay, Sarah on the Beltway in Virginia, I can hear him dispatching for a crash on the outer loop. They're putting it near. I 66 but I've got traffic in the camera south of Georgetown Pike at a near stop. So at least one crash on the Beltway on the outer loop between the claim and Tysons, and I think it's gonna wind up between Georgetown Pike and the Dallas told road, But they're sending a lot of equipment out that way right now, and I was out south of Tyson started 66 as well. Now between Falls, Church and Mary feel the crash on route 29 involved three vehicles. It's near Fairview driving the intersection. You're under police direction there. And on 66 westbound You're 29. Gainesville. The crash on the far right side that one's not causing any shred of a delay. Traffic is very light out there this evening because of the wet weather because of the holiday. A lot of people are just not traveling today. 95 no delays between Springfield Fredericksburg Beltway in Maryland, no crashes in Montgomery County reported. First word of one on the inner loop in Prince George's County between Route four and Allentown Road. Look ahead for a sudden slowdown on the inner loop route 50 between the Beltway, the Bay Bridge, No delays, but a lot of road spray and all the more reason to slow it down. Dave Golden w T o P. Traffic. Thank you, Dave. Now, some of us may be having a little slip and slide on the roads tonight. Let's check in with Storm Team four meteorologist for Just what to expect. Good evening, Sarah. The good news is that haven't had a real reports of Ah lot of ice across the region that Spencer reports.
"fairview" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Like violin players, drawing bows across strings. Insect virtuosos produce their own kinds of songs with their wings. Jim this is the pulse of the planet cricket and Katie. It is both make their songs by rubbing together specialized structures, which are the base of the front wings. Tom walkers and entomologist at the University of Florida. One wing has a a fowl, which has downward predicting teas. And the other wing has a scraper, which mates with the foul of the other wing and which has its bumps along the teeth of the found when the wings are opened and closed. I have some songs illustrate this. Let's goto credit, which is a chirping cricket song, and I played at full speed first, and this one has a slow enough, Paul straight during the church that you probably can't hear the individual pulses. You listen closely at full speed. So here we go in there in the wings about 17 times. Second here during a chirp and then a policy against so now here's the same song played It 14 speed and you will be able to hear in Easter consists of three or four Wing rubs or pulses. Now let's go to the Mork complicated ones, which you're the Katie did it and we'll do the crew. Katie did which has this low frequency song, which is easy to here, and we'll play it first at full speed will be able to hear the wind show Fairview Releasing closely close being me were very clearly.
"fairview" Discussed on KOMO
"The petitioner's can now try to gather the nearly 11,000 signatures they'll need to get the recall on the ballot. Brian Harris component Shell needs more money for bridge upkeep and more detailed inspections to that's, according to a recent audit on all the city owned bridges in Seattle. Hamas, Michelle Esteban reports for the first time City Council members were briefed on those findings. Let me remind you what the audit found. There are 77 vehicle bridges that s dot owns and maintains 22 right now in good condition. 50 listed in fair condition and five are classified as poor condition. The first on the list is the Fairview Avenue North Bridge, but it's actually in the process of being replaced. So take that off the list, but still the Magnolia Bridge on the list, And it's a major connector, the Second Avenue South Extension Bridge, and then the university bridges. Well, which actually counts is two bridges. That gets us to four bridges Total, although s dot has what it considers a robust monitoring system. What we learned is that all of these bridges even those 50 bridges, considered in fair condition will need a second closer Look by inspectors. This exploration by Seattle Department of Transportation to look at bridge condition component by component is likely to reveal more bridges that will need additional investment. So those five bridges listed his poor are a priority. The other concern Is funding. The audit found the maintenance budget for the city's bridges is underfunded. They say they're spending less than about $7 million a year on bridge maintenance, and they recommend at a minimum. They need five times that amount. News time. 11 40 from the camo Sports Desk in San Francisco Giants beat the Mariners tonight. 9 to.
"fairview" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"23 minutes to have a three o'clock on a Tuesday afternoon We went from 78 degrees 61 degrees in the blink of an eye reigned around town. We got good rain here. It had broadcasting got 13 drops Placido, which is a kind of a rip off. We'll clear up tomorrow and through Monday, Labor Day Monday will be in the mid eighties and sunny skies. I figured the best music coming out of that segment going in the next segment. Talking about Chili peppers are the red hot chili Peppers and the Flying Burrito Brothers. Kate Nelson, managing editor in Mexico magazine. He is our guest. Alright, so usually you know, we kind of Ah, I pick a story You pick a story. But I mean the first story first because you wrote it. And second because it's a cover story is obvious. Okay, So we did the chili Pepper story, Okay, But the other story, Kate and and he wrote about it's called grounds for remembrances about a cemetery, a graveyard in Albuquerque with a lot of unmarked graves. And it is really in bed, bad repair, just repair and a lot of veterans are buried there and I and I said, I know Where is this? Where is this? He says south and then all the things I realized is that the corner of I used to sit there at the stoplight. Going to and from isotopes, Park and football games and the pitting all that it's a kind of the corner of Yale and coming up like I guess season. Chavez right there in the corner, right? That's the cemetery. Fairview Historic Cemetery, and it's It's sort of tucked in back of Fairview Memorial Park, which is a modern cemetery green and flowers and very, very lovely. Place. But the historic cemetery, which states back to the 18 eighties, has It was developed before the days where you would buy perpetual care. And so nobody cared for it for years and years of a hardy band of volunteers has been getting out there at least monthly, maybe even more than that lately, too. Cut back the weeds and into a little bit of work on it. It fascinates me because I'm I'm I'm a dweeb first history. I just dig it in almost anywhere. I've got a new Mexico. I've encountered an old cemetery and I'll stop and wander through because it's a great place to To learn the names of people to kind of see the the waves of immigration waves of Pandemics, Spanish flu and the like. And this cemetery. This was the first commercial cemetery. In Albuquerque when the railroad boom started, so the Anglo migration is happening. Onda names that you walked past the Albert Simms and Ruth Hannah McCormick Simms, who started what's now Los Poblanos historic, and, um, they're there with their son, her son. Who died in a tragic mountain climbing accident on Sandia Peak and the boulder that his body was found on was brought down and add it to the grave there, and it's Yeah, it's just it's a very somber And yet loving sort of thing that you run. You passed names like Huning in Hazleton and Montgomery. And it's like, Oh, wait. This is This is the whole boom of Albuquerque in the same family that the dairy farm down on down in Rio Grande became their fortune in the Sims building and all that land, which is now Albuquerque Academy. Exactly, UM, or Huning Highlands neighborhood. The kind of the movers and the Shakers. Of not just the railroad boom. I mean, there were their 20th Hispanic families there that you mentioned the veterans cemeteries. There's two big plots of those and you kind of walking through. You're like, Oh, my goodness that would have been Spanish American war. He was a rough rider. Oh, he was part of the Bataan Death March. It's It's fascinating to me and When I proposed this is a story Originally, months and months ago, some of my colleagues were liking visiting a cemetery. And since then I've heard from so many people who say Oh, I just love walking through places like that. There's a certain There's an interesting bit of solitude that that you can have their and it's and it's a very thoughtful solitude because you're thinking about I'm not going to be here forever, either. And what did these people contribute? What will I contribute? Andi, this sense of neglect that that comes up around it. It really tugs at your heart. One of the volunteers that I interviewed for it had moved here as a teacher and Started visiting old cemeteries just to get a sense of Albuquerque is history. And and talks about how when she visited Fairview it it kind of hurt her to see it in that condition, And now she's one of the people who reliably shows up to try to clean it up a bit. Yeah, yeah. Go ahead. I suggest a couple of other cemeteries around the state that are that are interesting in the same regard in Santa Fe, Fairview is Incredible in this regard. A number of years ago, I had the opportunity to go with Tom Leech from the Palace Press. And a poet whose name I will forget until three o'clock in the morning, and I'll call every one of you and tell you what it isn't. But he was going around the country and standing by the graves of poets in reading their poetry for a video and putting all of that together. It was a remarkable experience. Traffics rushing by and Serios on work inside the tumbleweeds and what not So you have you have a list of old Hans Ke Fairview Cemetery here in Santa Fe Kit Carson often towels Cedar Cedar Vale Cemetery in Wide oaks, Masonic International Order hot fellas in Las Vegas and Billy the kid's grave. We think possibly maybe Ah, and for someone in Mexico All right. Great story. Um, you want to select the next one? When we come back. I will. All right. Think about it. Ponder on okay. Be right back. 29 minutes after three o'clock my emails. Richard Santa fe dot com When again touched with me, Richard AB Santa pay docked right back, 30. Minutes after that,.
Severe Thunderstorm Warning in Effect for Parts of Virginia, Washington DC Area
"In the city of Fredericksburg, southern Stafford County Northeast Responsive Vania County in West Central King's George County continues under a severe thunderstorm warning until 5 30, starting for radar, showing a severe thunderstorm stretching from whispered to Fairview Beach, living off the eastern around 25 miles an hour. This cell is propagating westward. We may also get a warning proportions of Spotsylvania County. If the cell continues to intensify, there's another severe thunderstorm warning for northwestern ST Mary's County, south central Charles County in northeastern King George County until 5 30. We're seeing severe thunderstorms in the north of west of Leonardtown, moving off the eastern around 30 miles an hour in this cell does have a history of wind damage. To the north. We're watching some heavy thunderstorms movie in the northwestern portions of Montgomery County and getting ready to affect portions of 27 north of German town. So keep a close eye on that. There's more sales moving into the shelter door Valley. So a forecast calling for one's kind of thunderstorms to continue for the next several hours. The risk for severe weather will taper off after sunset, but a risk of a shower storm will stay with us such a least midnight. One of those upper sixties to mid seventy's A risk oven after thunderstorms. Tomorrow is a front comes in some of these storms could be severe looking upto behind their 90. And right now we have a temperature of 84 at Reagan
"fairview" Discussed on WTOP
"Ramped a westbound 32 earlier crash activity clearing lanes open Steve Prisoner W T O P. Traffic. Thank you, Steve. And now let's go to Storm Team four. Meteorologist Steve Prince, a valley below Sarah. We're watching these showers and thunderstorms, the worst of them right now, really in the northern part of listening area where we have a severe thunderstorm warning For portions of North Central Washington County. So this is really on the fringe of the W T. O P Listen eerie but worth mentioning from the fair Fairview Mill area as you had just north of the Hagerstown area toward Longmeadow and then crossing the border into Pennsylvania. We've got some really intense rainfall and gusty winds there. But just north of Hagerstown is where the worst of it is. As it moves east northeast at about 15 miles an hour. These air slow mover, so drenching downpours dangerous lightning a lot of light. King being associated with this storm, and also we've got the threat of seeing some gusty winds may be an access of 60 miles an hour, three thunderstorm morning again until 10 45. Otherwise just generally, I'd say a few showers and thundershowers across the area. Another one right now in Woodsboro in Frederick County, Maryland, another in bloom in Carroll County. And then we've got a storm right now near the Middleburg area, and none of these are severe. But remember, everywhere. We've got a flash flood watch tonight until 3 a.m. For any storms that could drop. Some heavy rainfall caused flash flooding of small streams, creeks and urban areas overnight lows in the seventies as the storms diminish well after midnight with patchy fog Tomorrow, clouds and sunshine of breezy, hot and humid day highs will be in a little bit died. He's with a 30% chance of a couple of mainly late day storms. Monday's mostly cloudy McGee Monday with a shower thunderstorm risk. Pies will be in the low to mid eighties. Eventually, some of the tropical moisture assorted associated rather with East Zaius will be moving into the area late Monday and Tuesday with drenching downpours that could perhaps drop 23 maybe four inches of rainfall, especially across the eastern part Listening area. Leave it here on your weather Alert Station W. T. O P and I'm DC four will keep you posted when he's mostly sunny in the wake of that tropical storm. And by the time we get to Wednesday afternoon, there will be into the mid the operating chance of the storm. Only a 20% on Wednesday chapters right now is 78 in silver Spring at 81 in Gainesville, Sir. Thank you, Steve. The forecast brought to you by new look home design, no interested no payments for six months after roofing installation. Public schools in Montgomery County will be holding virtual classes for the fall semester. Some parents had hoped private schools would offer and in person alternative well. Now we are learning the county's private.
"fairview" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of patients that either were pre symptomatic asymptomatic or in some instances. We're not in need of acute care but need of intense medical care that may have been exposed to covert 19. We identified additional sites throughout the state, including Old mothball hospitals. Seton Being an example in Northern California we had identified early on ST Vincent Down in L. A county. We procured sites that are still under contract and Fairview Porterville different parts of the state up here. In Sacramento, the old Sleep train arena, where now the Sacramento Kings used to play those sites. Many of those sites still available to us in what we call warm status, all part and parcel. Of a larger portfolio to meet the needs a CZ. We see an increase in the spread and transmission of Copan, 19. Speaking of spread Slide gives you a sense of what our existing hospital footprint looks like in the state of California. We have 416 hospitals in this state. But one thing you'll see from the slide is they're not equally distributed and various parts of the state. Let me give you a specific example. You have roughly plus or minus a few 1000 but roughly 21,000 plus licensed hospital. Beds in L. A. As an example in Sutter County, You have just 14. So, depending on where you live, the assets that are available to you are quite distinctive, and you could imagine where you have an increase of just a few patients in your shoes. In Sutter. That could represent a huge percentage of your total capacity. So so often I make this point in presentations like this. I give you information in the aggregate. I remind you that none of us live in the aggregate we live in cities and counties throughout the state of California populated with different density in terms of total number of people, but also different density of assets. And so over the course of last number of months we've been looking to procure strategies and a very strategic In mindful way of where those deserts of support work from testing to tracing and tracking to addressing the acute care needs a CZ well as meeting the needs more broadly of communities throughout this remarkably diverse the nation's largest and most populous state. We had a plan when we started in March that had a surge capacity within our hospital system. Roughly 20% of that current capacity that we often identify and I'll give you those numbers in a minute. Those around the 75,000 Hospital capacity number that so often I promoted a cz. A baseline of existing capacity is a little less today. We'll get to that. In a moment. We had no established alternative care sites, meaning we didn't have the FMS identified. We didn't have these alternative leases and sites already procured established. We were Just in the process and march of identifying if Seton would be interested, Engaging a contract with the state. Working with the Legislature to cure resource is beyond just emergency resource is to establish a longer term framework of support. We did not have preposition medical assets of any type. Including PP, which I'll get to a CZ well in a subsequent slide today in July, Fast forward we now have capacity to treat 50,000 Koven, 19 patients well beyond that search capacity, a 20% We have, As I said, built out these alternative care sites, the physical sites. We have secured hospitals like Seton on DH. We have prepositioned a lot of these medical assets. Those FMS Sites throughout the state of California and areas that were vulnerable to surges and spikes and covert 19. We also focused not just on the physical as I said, it's place space people. The slide represents people. We started something called California Health Corps. It exceeded all expectations. We quite literally had no expectation that if more than a few 1000 people may avail themselves with a valid license on and provide information about their professional capacity to sort of make needs Based upon a matching criterion protocol that began to take shape in terms of needs for LV ends and our ends and respiratory specialist and the like. Over the course of the last number of months we've been re scrubbing that side. Over 96,000 people. I went to that site filled out initial application, but about 35,000 of those applications have valid licenses for professional needs. It's important to note we haven't updated this in some time. We have been able already to deploy haven't needed all these folks..
"fairview" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"fairview" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"On our very own Minnesota health care workers by helping raise money for two wonderful organizations and one of those organizations and health Fairview and we have on the line with us Linda where because he's so see it chief nurse executive at Arab health Fairview hello Linda hello thank you thank you for joining us and we've just really been so happy to do what little were able to do for the wonderful health care workers who were on the front lines right now as we battle covert nineteen M. you know we've just been trying to get the word out as much as possible can you tell us a little bit about what you're seeing and healthier view right now yes we are as you as you're well aware we opened our cold dead only hospital turning back into a card that only hospitals and hospitals almost full and we're looking at opening turning one of our other state into taking care of the patients so that we can follow the CDC guidelines we keep our patients cold hearted as much as possible that said we have corporate positive patients that come into all of our hospitals across the metro so our numbers are increasing just as they are across the state and in this moment Linda in this moment how are when my talkers make those contributions how did those funds actually help support the care givers you know that are on the front lines in this moment go directly to our front line caregivers we purchase food for them when they're working on it so thank you so much for the general works is that you guys have done for the people that are donating five dollars as you know our frontline workers are wearing P. P. E. R. the personal protective equipment and so they're they're hungry and hot a lot when you're at work and then when they're home we as as we are trying to social distance just getting to the grocery store is difficult these days as we all know and so being able to provide food for those front line workers while they're working after she after not having to worry about where to get food are packing a lunch or anything like that it's a huge through the roof and they really appreciate it they really appreciate the gratitude and the recognition but they're getting close to the nurse and a little bit by it they think that they do amazing work every day but the subject this pandemic has really highlighted it and the gratitude and love from the community has been overwhelming and so that's will go directly to that bill dollars go directly to a temperature thing food which also keeps our local restaurants engaged in quiet and and providing food to our frontline workers bother working in the hospital it's a lot it's a lot to go around right but I want to kind of keep it on one of the things you said Linda about how nurses are wonderful all the time you know nurses really deserve recognition for the great work that they do and their extreme knowledge all the time however right now I think we all are able to assess our own lives how much how much you know pressure this is an end stress this puts on families people with children you know people trying to kind of secure their lives and pay pay attention to their loved ones who are in other places we all have a way of of sort of tapping into the stress of this moment and then for the nurses at the front lines to add to that to know that they are facing head on what this pandemic actually looks like it really is the least we can do to help care for for our health care workers in this way and we're just you know I just want to make sure nurses are getting their due in terms of our you know gratitude to them well it is it is really felt not only the food but you know the cut the public has been amazing signs that people have put outside the hospital the chalk art that had gone on the sidewalks every little bit that truly means the world to the nurses who are showing up to work and as you said you know bring on life on the line to show up and take care of these patients yeah and twenty twenty is the international year of the nurse and so it couldn't be more apropos that this is the year that that the World Health Organization decided that this was a nurse yeah it's far as far as that goes our birthday which is why which is why the book was named late but you're the nurse said yeah it is appreciated every little thing that the created and thank you to you and all your listeners about wonderful generosity that we've received recognized and appreciated and we are huge gratitude to all of you aren't willing to imagine too that it's not just nurses I imagine there's like a whole team of other care givers and workers on the front lines that in this moment working in concert with the nurses to make sure that they're able to continue to do their job can you give us like an example of maybe some of the stories you've heard about the kinds of pressures that care givers are dealing with this dealing with in this moment yeah you're exactly right it's not just nurses yes it takes a team to take the village so to speak so we have our positions of course are respiratory therapists are pharmacists our social workers on our environmental services the people that helped keep our environment clean and all critical critically important in as we address this pandemic I think are in the I she has really been critical to us because we've had to set up I. G. platforms to do virtual visits in a relative relatively short time overnight basically and and R. I G. colleagues really have been our shining star as well in terms of how they're all doing I we worry about that all the time because we know this is really stressful and I think with any large population of people you have to dial shape her so you have the people that are really doing pretty well and and taking good care of themselves and and after the challenge so to speak and are pretty resilient then you have the majority of the people in the middle who some days they're doing really well and other days they're really struggling and then on the other end of the curve we have people who are just this is not what they signed up for and they're really struggling every day so we're really trying to provide resources for our employees mental health and emotional health as well as their physical health we are but you know all of us are persons were not just our physical body we also have our mental health and emotional health to deal with and so we're setting up resources already have set up research division Hey to help you with that as well because we noticed the super stressful for all of our team members well Linda Whicker us sink you so much for joining us from.
"fairview" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Thanks for hanging out with us so we have doctor EEG cap with us who is a pediatrician a pediatric has that ever held Fairview high doctor Jake up thanks for making the time for us today how great to be with you in thanks read me out yes well we started initiative today to help the health care workers and we have started a way for people to donate directly to Alaina health and M. health fair view and you can just go to the my tack website because you guys on the front line are really doing stuff that matters and we're here trying to support it yeah I know thank you guys for your support it's it just means a lot I think as I like to say and I've known for my entire career in health care you know I get to work with heroes every day and the one of the silver lining of the pandemic is that I think it's really highlighted how critical our health care teams are to keeping our patients and really our society safe and free from harm so I think the pandemic is really highlighted how her Rolex admitted he immerses in restaurants and bars send an application and in the battle and you know worries over increasing you know money free for you guys like emergency care giver findet guesses where our money would be going to what is what is that what is that going to do what what where does that money go yeah that's a great question so the idea is that you know what we set up our cheat but again many of our most of our chiefs have volunteered to go to take on the care of our cobit patients they sell out and they do their work day after day week after week and they really are trying to limit their exposure cure their own family members how are you the motion the provided hotel through the buffet apple bacon I'll be sequestered if you well sure and they they don't get out of that the home cooked meal if you well it's great a lot of our partner community are restaurants that are really donated a lot of food because they they want to contribute to the effort away no they know how to cook and they know how to cook really well they've they've been contributing deal which is a great effect of crap Lister apology they have a a warm greeting L. delivered and so I think that the character but Murty Kerr give a fund with support if you support that effort but not only would it help to support our restaurants but it would deliver the the those great deals that correctly to our care givers who are acting or call the population yeah and I imagine a lot of people are I mean I I know a couple of people who are nurses and they are trying not to be at home yeah I know I think it's a real issue right I know Mike colleagues have you know this about the either expecting yeah it's at home and I think the worst nightmare that because of their work they would get their own you know family members actually decided to stay away and make sure they protect them while there you know caring for patients and I hope that is it like at at the hospitals it very from hospital to hospital in the in the state of Minnesota just depending yeah I think it depends you know we are low on health we'll be we've I have built the first kind of cold in hospital if it does help that place is really amazing out there visiting this weekend to see how the teams are doing and yeah but where justice is so inspiring we can't go there and talk to the nurses and providers and their level of commitment and passion around with work and you know they they really feel like they are and then you know they're doing these patients remarkable service administration fire while we hear about certainly the patient that passed away but we don't hear about all cases that get this charge zero returning you know factor function I think you saw the Star Tribune article yesterday about our first call the patient a young guy who was the last one really you know you know we got him back but he's gotten through that it's a really remarkable story and again it took a whole team to get him through those weeks of both treatment and recovery yeah I mean this is not like the flu this is not just you know I if you or someone who you get sick and you're not a symptomatic I mean you were really sick the way this virus attacks your body that's not a that's not a big thing no we are we're still understanding who seems to be more vulnerable if buyers we certainly know certain population elderly California couple but there is also a group of generally what we consider healthy individuals who get really fact now that I think more unusual but it's pretty.
"fairview" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Health and also M. health Fairview to be able to buy meals and help with the housing and people need to Seattle's in child care costs and that kind of thing and let's see where we're at Julia for Tony are you still there yeah we have raised sixteen hundred dollars and we have a goal of ten thousand we have okay two days left there is that just for one of them are total debts for your day U. of M. right health care okay the Illini one we've raised dot let's see it's about the same about sixteen hundred yep soul anyway you know it is so easy to donate and you can track it and it's something if you have a really in donating that's the thing I think that people have been you know doing stuff so it's not that I have I feel very confident we'll get to those call I I agree I agree and it was just interesting listening to how much you know how their lives are affected I mean they did a study like a nurse is living in a in a camper I can live in the words of the neighbors called a complaint yeah and they're like she needs to live there she works on the front lines and she doesn't want to go when in fact your family and then I look there is another story today about a dad living in a tree house yeah because they don't want to **** their family so I just think you know they're really putting it out there right now is easy and easy hotel rates and a lot of these people let's say I have fill of fill up the W. at the Galleria and okay.
"fairview" Discussed on KOMO
"Mom continues each and every data progress so slowly but surely they are expecting full recoveries for both of them that's A. B. C.'s Tom yamas taking us to ten twenty eight year old bell insurance money update in a down day right now on Wall Street the markets we are not as bad as they have been up the wildest of swings today but still down the Dow Jones industrial average all two hundred and eighteen point that's about a one percent loss on the day the nasdaq down forty one points in the S. and P. five hundred down twenty nine points right now well after years of discussion a change to rules governing fuel mileage in the United States likely today A. B. C.'s Brian Clark explains the trump administration's expected to roll back vehicle mileage regulations that were put in place by the Obama administration in a bid to reduce greenhouse gas emissions the trump administration says loosening mileage standards will allow consumers to have more choices about which vehicles they buy the current policy was intended to prompt carmakers to focus on electric and more fuel efficient cars critics say more Americans will now die each year because of dirtier air auto industry experts say the change in the likely legal challenges will be disruptive because automakers won't know which standards they should follow and the Seattle department transportation releasing its annual report on the levy to pay for the project known as mu Seattle the city says it invested two hundred twenty two million dollars in projects to make walking and biking routes safer it also made safety improvements and critical structures like the Fairview bridge the move Seattle levy makes up about thirty percent of Seattle's transportation money we check your money at twenty and fifty past each hour on homeowners komo news our mission is to make sure you stay connected and stay informed the call moment ABC radio news teams are working hard to deliver the latest coronavirus details that impact you your family and our community.
"fairview" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"With cove at M. L. Fairview wants you to know that what you do today will affect your family in our communities tomorrow good handwashing protects you and can slow the spread of the virus you soap and warm water be sure to watch both sides between your fingers fingernails thumbs and wrists scrub for at least twenty seconds early and often wash your hands avoid big groups stay home don't go out we've all got to do our part for more info visit and help Fairview dot org or the Minnesota department of health if you're from Minnesota love Minnesota or just need to sink your ears into a great local podcasts then you probably need to know about pot M. N. pot M. N. is a brand new free mobile app where you can download and discover and listen to all of the best podcasts that Minnesota has to offer it can be hard to find podcasts relevant to our community among the hundreds of thousands of shows on other apps with pot and then you are in Minnesota territory listen to podcasts of local news sports local true crime politics comedy entertainment education and so much more the best part did we mention the free part ho yeah we did another best part is that pot M. and rewards you for listening to podcasts be entered to win awesome prizes just by listing your favorite Minnesota shows in March you can win a pair of apple airpods download the pot MNF now from your phone's app store for learn more by visiting pot M. S. N. dot com that's P. O. D. M. N. dot com the pod M. an APP listen local building a surgical robot isn't just an amazing feat of engineering it's an art that combines engineering and computer.
"fairview" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"By injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com they have a Joseph Abboud troubles to tell you about four or five northbound before Westminster it looks like the right lane blocked with the start box track it may require a big break so to get this guy out here so it is now backing up into Huntington beach and now riding that wave is going pretty much all the way back to the normal stuff way back out of Costa mesa leaving Bristol project Fairview now speaking of fair view the twenty two he spotted Fairview Astor they're just reporting a problem there in the middle lanes and no doubt it from a distance it would like they're backing up here almost about harbor Boulevard almost to you please give it an accident there's a cheaper one with super lawyers dot com Michael Bryant Hey I find this guy if you see any problems or maybe you're sitting in traffic you can always give us an update eight eight eight five hundred five thousand three K. F. I. in the sky helps get you there faster I mean from our team as it says your warm forecast next you fed up with him for Bernie Sanders right now checking the homeless people dying in the streets to traffic cost of living you ready to sell your house we'll call sellers advantage they want to buy your house and they'll buy it as it is which means you don't have to fix up your house or clean it there's no strangers coming through open house Sunday now no haggling with unqualified buyers to waste the time sellers advantage is highly reviewed on Google eight plus rated by the better business bureau they've helped hundreds of people in southern California just this month they sold over ten thousand property since two thousand seven the licensed brokers so if you want to sell your house your house in a matter of days or months you call sellers advantage down no realtor fees no escrow fees.
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"Companies where what not a warning rather a financial hits because of the virus the Clorox and Netflix are up this week for the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it easy it's slow on the five in east LA this is northbound delays leaving did many remain on the brakes as you travel the head all the way into Burbank all the way up towards winter vistas and more pockets going ahead as you travel towards the fourteen in the new hall pass let's check out Costa mesa with Mike o'brien KFI in the sky sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com but that's out of the four oh five if the brakes pretty hard they're just leaving Bristol approach Fairview road Fairview the worst of it up to about brokers did beyond that not so bad up through the rest of the Orange County stretch up toward Westminster also looks like the southbound side of the four oh five difficult point levy the fifty five all it off and Irvine getting up at the diamond bar my favorite log comes up every day almost at this time of day fifty seven north out of the sixty virgins talking about it here walking on the right shoulder watch out for that guy it's already added a bride way back here to Yorba Linda Boulevard entered an accident visit super woman super lawyer dot com Mike o'brien AFI at this guy okay and find this guy helps get you there faster I need to Martinez we've got great water at our house it is clean it's fresh it's filtered it's from life source life source their water filtration system it's the best system on the market is no filters to change no salt no maintenance of any kind I never would drink water out of the faucet is it tasted.
Judge Blocks Plan To Move Coronavirus Patients To California City For Quarantine
"A federal judge has granted a request by Costa mesa for emergency culvert nineteen restraining order district judge Josephine L. Staton granted the order the block plant the feds had to travel to transfer as many as fifty coronavirus patients from Sacramento to the former Fairview developmental center the court papers filed Friday St the city it was not given enough notice that more time is needed to survey a proper place that is safe for patients and the community that granted the restraining order Friday only until an expedited hearing can be held Tuesday
6 arrested after protester assaults Seattle police officer
"Six people were arrested when protesters clashed with police during a March through Seattle's south lake union neighborhood this afternoon police say when demonstrators past the corner Fairview and Republican they began fighting with officers and police had to use pepper spray to control the situation six people were arrested after one person assaulted an officer and the others tried to stop that
Northwestern QB Commit Aidan Atkinson Arrested on 2018 Sexual Assault Charges
"High school quarterback arrested on sex assault charges will not play in a playoff game tonight he turned himself in to police this morning Fairview starter Aiden act considers arrested the eighteen year old faces three charges of sexual assault one charge of attempted sexual assault and five charges of unlawful sexual contact the alleged incident happened on a party bus last year at the time that I can said it was a juvenile Fairview meets cherry creek tonight in a five a playoff
"fairview" Discussed on KOMO
"The Fairview Avenue north bridge which connects the east lake in south lake union neighborhoods is coming down the Seattle department of transportation's Adonis ducks were there are many many ways around this closure depending on where you're coming from there are plenty of ways for people to get around we don't have an official detour for this the eighteen month demolition and reconstruction is being paid for with some federal dollars ten twenty seven million from the move Seattle levy Brian Calvert com o'neill the last big piece of the double decker Alaskan way viaduct has come down the state D. O. T. says crews brought it down across the street from the Coleman dock by Saturday night there still some single deck demolition work to finish just north of the pike place market and the crews have to clean up the remaining debris that end is finally in sight for the major construction work near the I five highway sixteen interchange in Tacoma over the next several weeks crews will install new barriers and signs on the H. O. V. ramps that connect I five to the highway the state DOT's as the work should be done by the end of October they do need to decide whether to make that happen it's seven oh four here's what's coming up after we check como traffic lack of transparency and issues surrounding homelessness I'm Carlene Johnson Lacey city council coming under fire. we do that every ten minutes Keira Jordan what we need to know how we have to blocking problems right now we have a stall that's partially blocking the northbound I. five offramp to Berkeley we've also had a long term crash westbound eighteen at the tiger mountain summit that's blocking your right lane now we're seeing heavier than average delays on south on I five as you're traveling through Mary's bill this morning then you're going to be slow again much to the drive from the Boeing freeway through shoreline northbound I. five brake lights highway sixteen to the upper bridge you'll tap those breaks as you're approaching highway eighteen and then we are slow at a federal way into sea tac and the Seattle drives to have the one from Alberta to Senate got pretty average delays right now of all these five twelve and north one six seven in Puyallup and Sumner then northbound one six seven will deal with often on flowing from highway eighteen much in the way to four oh five going for more intended Bellevue thirty five minutes late what about the thirty eight minutes for about ninety nine works with delays from Cloverdale to whole gate our next come traffic at seven fourteen. and our traffic sponsored.
"fairview" Discussed on KOMO
"The day off Amanda factor near the top stories from the come twenty four seven new center if you plan to drive me to Seattle from the south sound this weekend you might want to reconsider almost Brian Calvert tells a busy stretch of five five will be partially closed busy is an understatement we have more than a hundred thousand cars a day is northbound I. five at the two reverberated Tom to use with the state department of transportation explains why are four oh five high five minutes are five eighteen all kind of bird within about a mile of this area last month an expansion joint broke on the Duwamish river bridge this weekend it's temporary repair will be made more permanent that means northbound I. five through Tukwila we'll be down to the two right lanes only keep that in mind especially on Sunday knowing that there was a Seahawks game we chose to work on the left side which keeps are rightly though but that's going to allow people to jump off on the five ninety nine which a lot of people still use anyway as the background into the stadium Brian Calvert komo news the final section of the Alaskan way viaduct along the Seattle waterfront could come down as early as tomorrow one section of the double deck at Merion street is all that still standing Qusay the new pedestrian bridge to Coleman dock makes a great viewing platform if you want to say goodbye to the viaduct one last time. big changes are coming for the Fairview Avenue bridge starting Monday the road will be closed for a year and a half crews will completely rebuild the aging a wooden bridge which doesn't make current seismic standards disclosure will be a major change for people getting between south lake union at east lake at Seattle's nearing a vote on adding a second bridge over the motley cut Kamel's Joe Marino has the update state DOT said adding a second drawbridge will mean more lanes and less congestion but neighbors say it's a mistake. got a wide. it's like taking a tiny little. we're going to fix all of this to homes would have to be torn down but cost is the bigger issue thank years ago they estimates were somewhere north of eighty million dollars washed out has one point six billion dollars to finish for projects on the five twenty corridor which includes a second bridge across the Montlake cut now city leaders will vote on whether to endorse that bridge they're.
College student Sarah Wong killed in Seattle crane accident
"News Seattle Pacific university. Student killed in. Saturday's crane collapse will be remembered tomorrow evening, Sarah, long was one of four people who died when. Parts of the crane fell on the road near Mercer and Fairview for others were hurt. And what is expected to be a lengthy investigation into what happened is underway. The memorial service takes place at seven tomorrow evening at first free Methodist church thirty two hundred third avenue west near the school's
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"The same time saddle incidents involving tower cranes are incredibly rare. And we want to keep it that way Ellen I-. Investigators say they will remain unseen most of the night and be back tomorrow as the investigation continues into what caused that crane to fall thousands. Thousands of people travel along versus straight on a daily basis, particularly on those weekdays, we know all too. Well, here in Seattle that when something happens along, Mercer there are ripple effects for traffic patterns all across other thoroughfares and arteries within the city, of course, Mercer street is closed. I five on and off ramps. I suspect that ninety nine will be increasing in traffic out there tomorrow, and that will be a preferred route for many of us. However, if you're traveling along I five some of the surrounding since you can take will be east like exits one sixty eight or through union or James, it's one sixty five we've got a lot of closure surrounding where this crane went down valley street is close westbound and eastbound from cherry avenue north to Fairview avenue, north Mercer street. Clothes eastbound from Fairview avenue north tip. Terry avenue north also westbound from ninth avenue north to Fairview avenue north there are a few more for you. Fairview avenue north is closed between valley and Republic. Boren between valley and Republican close to and Westlake avenue. Terry avenue, Mercer street allowing southbound traffic and southbound right turns only we will have an update to forecast for you. Coming up next. All right. Thanks, very much and something to keep in mind and been nearly eight hours since crews, I arrived on the scene, and they are still.
T-Mobile discovers security breach of certain customer information
"Week the company says the breach did not affect customers financial data social security numbers or passwords however, personal information such as names phone numbers Email. Addresses. And account numbers may have been accessed that's according to geekwire t mobile recommends concerned customers, reach out to their customer service and also released a statement saying in part quote we. Take the security of your information very seriously see Romero
Rabid fox attacks person, dog near Holly Springs
"Fifty thousand dollars in Virginia complaints against him, when he ran a remodeling company in Texas and now endurable Wake County officials are alerting residents about rabies after a rabid FOX attack. The person and a dog near Holly springs the incident happened Tuesday near Holly springs road and Fairview street officials, said the FOX tested positive, for rabies yesterday Wake County animal control officials, warn the. Chances of encountering, animals with rabies increases temperatures warm up there encouraging pet owners to. Make sure your pet is vaccinated for rabies United States airman from Fayetteville is facing child sex crime charges Holly springs police arrested twenty nine year old William James for crimes, against the child no older than twelve they say the crimes happened over a period of several months earlier. This year airman James is being held on, a one million dollar bond seems that outbreak of food poisoning type symptoms in Transylvania county is growing public health officials say whatever it. Is good be spreading from person to person patient started showing up at the Transylvania regional hospital on Monday and, have continued to do so, for the past few days stay connected by, following us. On social media, go to one oh six one FM talk dot com to connect From the JD service now conditioning traffic center five forty eastbound side report, of the crash of Crete, more it's stop-and-go anyway all the. Way back to Parkway and does get better after creed more now one reported on four forty said to be eastbound LeBron, trail but jammed up there on both sides of four forty. I'm, Steve. Counts one zero six one FM talk Stormy.
Supreme Court rules for Texas redistricting plans
"And businesses fell as investors sold some of the best performing shares salmon shed more than three percent net flicks tumbled six and a half percent michelle franzen abc news here are your political insights from abc news president trump flooded twitter monday pushing his quote tough stance on immigration while in the oval office the president criticized calls to hire thousands of immigration judges to handle a backlog of migrant cases where do you find five thousand people to be judges this comes as thousands of children who were separated from their parents at the us mexico border have yet to be reunited with their families democratic senator bill nelson of florida says he visited one of the facilities housing those undocumented kids after days of trying to get in nelson says he wasn't able to speak to the kids nor has been able to reach the staffer in charge of reuniting migrant families they are petrified that the rest of the president is going to come down on their head if they do anything that they think displeases the president nelson says if that's not it there either hiding something or have no real plan to reunite migrant families those are your political insights stephanie ramos abc news washington the us supreme court overturns a lower court ruling that found texas congressional district map was racially discriminatory abc news supreme court contributor kate shaw has more from washington lower courts agreed with this and struck down this legislative map and the supreme court today five four reversed those lower courts in opinion by justice alito essentially allowed those maps disdain effect the map combines two legislative districts into one heavily hispanic district pay t and t is accused of helping the national security agency collect data for spying purposes the set for the dallas based telecommunications giant allows the nsa to have eight peering hubs to look at internet traffic through a project called fairview of former at and t technician says the nsa can collect the data from at and t and other companies networks the hubs are reportedly in atlanta chicago dallas los angeles new york seattle san francisco and washington dc and at and t spokesperson says the company is required by law to give information to the government by complying with court orders and subpoenas that's tom roberts reporting komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the four sitting a report of a collision on southbound highway one six seven at two seventy seven looks like it's mostly after the right shoulder though and it looks like we're clearing in the u district on the southbound make that the northbound i five off ramp to northeast fifty a disabled vehicle partially blocking that ramp is being removed from the scene and your next report is up.