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KOMO

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

"Power companies are dealing with some outages as so many people are using energy to stay cool. The biggest outage involves Puget Sound energy where there are some 50 or 50 outages affecting about 10,000 customers. A lot in Seattle in the is equal areas. Seattle City Light is reporting about 11 outages affecting more than 1000 people. A wildfire is Bernie, East of the city of Quetta tests at this hour but is not threatening the city at this time. It is threatening residences and structures along Cliff Road and Park Creek Road. Some structures have been damaged or lost, though dozens of residences have been evacuated. Our first day of triple digits are in the rear view window. But more is on the way and today more cooling centers are opening up in White center King County is set up one that is open 24 hours a day. Even offering overnight states come with Cole Miller tells us where to find it. These modular trailers. They were set up at the beginning of the pandemic last year to isolate and quarantine covid 19 patients, but it never came to that. So now they're being used to escape the heat, offering up places for people to stay. So where exactly is this? This is located at Southwest 112th Avenue near First Avenue south again in White Center and the county says nearly everyone coming by simply cannot keep their place. Cool, and some don't even have a home with 24 units offered up for overnight stays. There are also eight units where people can drop in for a few hours. If they'd like to rest and recover. Inside the air conditioners are running bed. Are made and ready to go. There's even a refrigerator, TV and Internet. That's Cuomo's Cole Miller, the city of Seattle has more than 30 places to cool off Over the course of this unprecedented he wife opened a large emergency cooling shelter at Fisher Pavilion that is on the Seattle center grounds in Seattle. Public libraries open to to cool off we learned even more of the libraries, air conditioned branches will open through Monday. Community centers and senior centers that have been closed during the pandemic are also reopening. In addition to spray parks and waiting.

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"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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01:45 min | Last month

"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Park. What are you doing? Um, place in the pool and after eating ice creams on the ice creams, Cat playing with my mom spicing her and playing. There's some other friends I made. So you came here to cool off a little bit. Sure, sure, sure. Do you feel cool? We're having a heat wave. So if you're burning up, Mayor Durkan has listed a lot of great places. You can stay cool at durkin dot Seattle dot gov. Such as AMC movie theaters, which offer unlimited popcorn refills through June 30th, the Fisher Pavilion at the Seattle Center, your local library and dozens of splash parks and waiting pools near you. Also, the Washington State History Museum is letting everyone in for free today because of the heat wave. From 10 to 5. If you enjoyed Pokemon go the Washington State parks are launching a similar game that can be played on smartphones download the free agents of Discovery app. And you can start learning about history as you visit ST Edward's State Park in Kenmore or Franklin Ghost Town near Black Diamond at each site there 10 challenges, so when you walk to a certain place when you get close enough, you can play a challenge. John Keats, Northwest Region assistant manager, says they plan to expand the game beyond those two parks next year if it's popular. Point. Roberts, the small Washington town that can only be accessed by driving through Canada is facing ruin, according to its fire chief Christopher Carlton says 70% of homes that are owned by Canadians who can't get in American Day trippers also can't visit. We don't have the daily flow of customers coming through our businesses because we have no influx into our community. Every business we have here is at a critical points of complete failure and shuttering forever. Carlton appreciates the governor Inslee has pushed for border reopening, but he says more needs to be done by the The feds. Your.

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"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

"Today. Ah, cool foot of snow has fallen in parts of Mason Thirsting County. And we've been tracking anywhere from 6 to 8 inches and around the greater Seattle Metro. The snow begins to gradually wind down this afternoon, but it will continue for areas north of ever it across the northwest interior can expect an additional 3 to 6 inches of snow before all areas see the snow come to an end. By this evening, but temperatures tonight into the twenties. And that means some icy, slushy sloppy roads here during the overnight hours and into Sunday when we anticipate another round of wet snow probably developing around midday Sunday for Valentine's Day, that's before transitioning over to a cold rain Sunday night. But that additional water and snowmelt once again leads to a slushy, sloppy Monday morning commute for us and become a weather center meteorologist Kristen Clark. We're seeing some light flurries right now. 32 degrees in Seattle. Utility companies are dealing with several power outages today due to all the snow Puget Sound Energy is working on outages affecting about 10,000 people. Snohomish County, Pudu supporting more than 5000 are still without power. Kelly Stick me with the agency says Heavy snow and wind are creating problems. It really a combination of both the wind will exacerbate the conditions with the snow on the trees. It's just kind of the perfect combination of factors. Geo plead averages. There is no estimated time for power to be restored. The city of Seattle as well has opened two additional cold weather shelters through Monday morning. Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center, Bitter Lake Community Center and Garfield Community Center will.

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"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 5 months ago

"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

"Only reason the ever gospel mission as a few more openings is because crews there are pushing the boundaries of covert 19 social distancing requirements, adding an additional 38 beds for the winter blast. If somebody stays outside And the temperature's do dropped to 18 degrees right with snow and all of that they might not wake up tomorrow, the Snohomish County Human Services Department says of shelters. Philip Overflow area is set up at the Sky Valley Cold weather shelter in Monroe. And any homeless provider covering the cost of a cab to get there will be reimbursed. City of Seattle has opened two additional cold weather shelters through Monday morning. Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center, Bitter Lake Community Center and Garfield Community Center will be open with a list of more cold weather shelters on our website. Look for the winter Weather Survival guide on our home page it. Cuomo news dot com. State's restaurants have taken a beating during the pandemic, but several are still hanging on in couples. Bryant Calvin reports some workers and are making a case to move to the front of the vaccine line. Now that most of Washington has moved to phase two in the reopening process, there are going to be more in house dining options at restaurants across the state. It also means there's more risk for restaurant workers in a mid January briefing, state epidemiologist Scott Lindquist said quote the number one outbreak category outside of long term care facilities is restaurants and bars. Yet for perspective, the state calls it a restaurant outbreak if just a single person test positive. CDC has put restaurant workers next in line nationally. But here in Washington, it likely won't happen until the late spring. Chad Mackey, CEO of Fire and Vine Hospitality, tells the Puget Sound Business Journal. It's a shame restaurants have been downgraded by our own state. States response. We just don't have enough doses to green light. All the restaurant workers.

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2 Everett cold weather shelters at capacity as snow moves in, city of Seattle opens two more

News, Traffic and Weather

01:25 min | 5 months ago

2 Everett cold weather shelters at capacity as snow moves in, city of Seattle opens two more

"And snow homeless shelters is Snohomish County are quickly filling up. And Cuomo's Jonathan chose is Jeremiah Swartz of the effort. Gospel Mission says these locations were already struggling with limited space because of covert 19 restrictions Covert and the cold. It's quite a challenging combination and locations like the Gospel mission are starting to fill up and people may have to be turned away in this difficult realities. Playing out across the city, the Salvation Army says mattresses are being rolled up with the shelters near capacity and the United Church of Christ shelter. It's already full and the only reason the ever gospel mission as a few more openings is because crews there are pushing the boundaries of covert 19 social distancing requirements, adding an additional 38 beds for the winter blast. If somebody stays outside And the temperature's do dropped to 18 degrees right with snow and all of that they might not wake up tomorrow, the Snohomish County Human Services Department says of shelters. Philip Overflow area is set up at the Sky Valley Cold weather shelter in Monroe. And any homeless provider covering the cost of a cab to get there will be reimbursed. City of Seattle has opened two additional cold weather shelters through Monday morning. Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center, Bitter Lake Community Center and Garfield Community Center will be open with a list of more cold weather shelters on our website. Look for the winter Weather Survival guide on our home page it. Cuomo news dot com. State's

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"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 5 months ago

"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

"First time we doing this in the slow Easy way to keep the flowers cool in nature's refrigerator as her husband calls it, It's moist. That's perfect. Couple says the snow and another storm that's forecasted to hit the region in the days ahead likely will not stop their sales temperatures have been unusually frigid in the north. Sound of the wind chill below zero in some spots around Ferndale. There is one way of describing these bone chilling temperatures, absolute misery. We have been freezing out here we come down to see any point where windows have been clocked up to 70 MPH, But I have to tell you We're actually seeing finally, a little bull and all this wind because when is truly the weather story? A crosswalk in county right now, But since this is not the first wind event of the season, we really have not seen that many trees down the county, telling me they have reports of about 10 trees that had hit the ground That's almost Cara constant. And she says another major problem is blowing dust from some of the fields and farms. In preparation for the cold and snow city of Seattle opens two additional cold weather shelters They'll be ready to be used through Sunday. Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center has been open a couple of nights. Now bitterly Community center and Garfield Community Center of also opened up for those needing some shelter this weekend. The snowfall and the prospect of more for the weekend brought a Pretty big wave of customers to grocery stores and hardware stores Come. Oh, Suzanne Faan went to the Greenwood neighborhood at the Fred Meyer grocery store. Chris Saray Leah stocking up on supplies early before the brunt of the storm hits to her surprise, pretty normal. There was a shortage of carts, but it didn't seem that crowded. No, there was everything was on the shelf. Yeah, so not bad at all. She got what she needed. Remember? One thing was milk less than a mile away it kens market where people getting you know you'd be surprised A lot of bananas. Actually, a lot of bread. And just all the staples got to pick.

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"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 5 months ago

"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

"Inches on Saturday to be sure. But not these record breaking totals. Like we had a couple of years ago, you were talking about the impact of a strong winds over wild Come county. What about easterly? So are they going to play into anything this weekend, Shannon? And could that may be quashed some of this moisture? Absolutely. And you know, I teach up at the U Dub is well and we talk about this all week. All season long You know if you live on the East side, the sequel Highlands North Bend Eatem Club Monroe. You know, we keep hearing from the viewers out there that bash this has been such a season of Cascadia wins those easterly winds just night after night, howling down the gaps and into the foothills. And storms actually get stuck in a rut. They just like how semis go down the highway, and they start following the same path because they break down the pavement. The storms during a season tend to start following the same path. Through the atmosphere. And so that's what they've been doing all season. Once again, this storm do in Friday night to Saturday is going to give us this round of Cascadia winds and again wins, Eat snow and push it away. So on the East side, and then you know you're saying that right now, Markham County Ah, lot of wind, Very little snow. That is going to be the problem. We're trying to get any accumulation that significant on the East side again this weekend because of these Cascadia is blowing Rick is the club North Bend Monroe. A lot of that snow is going to get pushed to the West side of the sound instead. And you may come up with Justin interest to it best because of it. Thank you, Professor O'Donnell. Always a pleasure. You're welcome on the topic in preparation for the cold and snow. The city of Seattle is opening two additional cold weather shelters through Sunday. Fisher Pavilion. That's over Seattle center used to be the Flag Plaza Pavilion there, right by the fountain. They have been open for a couple of night but now bitter Lake Community Center and we're told the Garfield Community Center have.

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"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

"Coats and hand warmers and making sure that people get through this cold snap. The Salvation Army has opened a warming center at the King County Administration building in downtown Seattle on Fourth Avenue. Another one is set up at Fisher Pavilion with a third sight set to be opened tonight. Other communities. They're scrambling to get facilities open but make Adams with the mission says If you have extra blankets, sleeping bags, coats to offer people it may well save their life. Carleen Johnson, Come on news someone whose time 1 34. Diapered update on traffic from the Duke Law Group Traffic Center, and we have a couple of issues deal with at this point in the afternoon. The main one in rented an accident blocking too right lanes on four or five North bound at exit six. It's causing stop and go Traffic from Exit three. The blockage is in the two right lanes if you're able to get around it, but it's causing a pretty big back up already and only building In Seattle on Alaskan Way North bound north of Union Street. We're seeing the right lane blocked at Pine Street crews. Crews are repairing downed wires from an earlier accident. So that may slow you down for a little while. Still other than that, we're generally doing okay on our roadways, Traffic every 10 minutes on the force brought to us this time by America's best contacts and eyeglasses. Don't over. Pay for glasses Get two pairs and a free exam for just 69 95. That's not just better deal. It's America's best book Your example. Online today are Komal forecast from the diversified Crawl Space Weather Center with Kristin from Sunshine today to snow tomorrow, But the storm doing on Thursday is trending farther south with drier air in place. So.

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"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:11 min | 5 months ago

"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

"The Health Department is opening registration for to drive through vaccine events into coma Wednesday morning, but they're waiting to learn more about the incoming storm. It's the homeless county. The vaccine task force is watching the forecast closely working on site vaccination plans to maintain safe access. As long as the weather allows. We're certainly gonna try if it comes to the point where it's taking down trees and branches. You know we're not going to risk that. So if you have an appointment in King County officials tell me they will call you to let you know about the changes if they happen back to you, all right, thanks, Cam E. We checked with other agencies about their preparations. Olympia has seven plows on standby. Snohomish County has up to 40 trucks ready to hit the road washed out says it has 100 trucks to help clear I 5 90 other major highways, meantime, knew it. 11. There is an urgent plea for blood donations ahead of the snow Tonight Tonight. Blood Work's Northwest is asking for donors to book appointments either tomorrow or Thursday to help make sure there's no disruption to the blood supply. Happening tonight. Seattle's Union gospel mission is ramping up efforts to hand out blankets, clothing and food to the homeless. Normally, the mission would expand shelter space to bring people out of the cold, but they can't do that this year because of the covered pandemic. So they're bringing supplies to people on the streets. These folks need to stay warm. I mean, they run the risk of hypothermia and, you know, frostbitten and stuff like that, So it's a dire need for us to be out there. But also just to bring the resource is that the folks need. The mission is also asking for donations of sleeping bags, hand warmer socks, gloves and warm clothes. Looking live in Seattle Center tonight, the city opening a cold weather shelter of Fisher Pavilion this evening, there's enough room for 80 people. That site will be open again Thursday through Sunday night. We're still working to learn the shelter location for tomorrow night. All right, let's bring in meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. She's tracking this winter blast of cold is already here. Tiana. When do you think we'll see the first flakes here around Puget Sound? You know, as early as tomorrow, we're going to see a few flurries around here, but that's just going to be a teaser of more to come for one corner of Western Washington. That the cold air It's in place for everybody. That's a slam dunk. Everybody's going to be seeing some of the coldest air we've had all season for days on end, but one corner we're going to deal with these really gusty winds in the other corner, the lowland snow, So it just depends on where you are, which one you're gonna have to face here. The increasing chance for snow more widespread snow here throughout western Washington. Ramps up Thursday into Friday and then a secondary batch into this weekend on Saturday. That still does not mean everybody get some look at the future. Cash shows Those initial flurries tomorrow again just appetizer before the main course comes in on Thursday morning, and you can see how that snow sitting over the southwestern corner of the state so as such The National Weather Service here has issued a winter storm watch notice. It includes Tacoma, Olympia and she, Hollis, but it does not include Seattle, Everett and Bellingham. There's a very good reason for that against snow and warrant one corner wind in the other, so we'll break it down and talk about snow totals in that blue shaded area. The rest of my forecast. All right, thanks. Should agree to go back out. Live breaking news down. 23rd, Massachusetts a shooting investigation. Seattle PD speaking now looks listening Driveway because that and sweeps around on the side and there's a parking lot. My understanding is the two victims were found in the parking lot of the suspect who fired at the officers is down in the driveway was coming down The drive like the majority of everything happened up this hill. Yes. No, They're happy earlier in the park together. I'm sorry. Is there a vehicle in both? Hold in the investigation. I believe there is a vehicle that was associated with the two victims. You know if Father what kind of vehicle what do each other random it doesn't appear to be random at this point, But again, we're so early in the investigation that it's gonna be a while before we get any additional information on that early on in the beginning. What kind? Did all this start happening? Because the original calls came in at nine. The original call came in at 9 16. Officers responded shortly thereafter, We're gonna have more in Formacion available at some point later in the evening. It will be posted on our water and obviously additional information in the morning. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you Already Just tuning in. You just heard a press conference wrapping up here in Seattle, where the bodies of two shooting victims were found. In South Seattle. We were reporting on scene gathering more information. It's a deadly officer involved shooting. No officers were hurt. But again, two people shot and killed in Seattle. The investigation continuing New tonight an online tool kit Chou Seattle's extensive surveillance network and breaks down just how much data is being collected. Carlos Del Marino reports many surveillance systems are hidden in plain sight. It's not just two marches and political protests that could be modern Elektronik Lee. These days, everything from people shopping habits to their very movements around the city is likely being observed, tracked and stored. We've seen so many examples.

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"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:49 min | 11 months ago

"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

"1971. There were six boring at the same time. Line up, boys, ABC News My and listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed Comeau midday hurricanes in the east fires in the West. It is quite the year for whether that is for sure. Good afternoon. I'm Jeff Pooja led to 02. Here's what we're following People in Clackamas County, Oregon, are being asked to conserve water and stop watering lawns and washing cars. The water is needed for firefighting efforts as wildfires continue burning across the northwest. An update from comas Carleen Johnson, Larry Tripoli and friend. How weren't too worried when the power went out around eight o'clock last Monday, or even what a neighbor said There was a fire across the Santee, Um, river, which flows along the base of the hill on their property. I noticed that the fire Was bursting out of our neighbour's fence that split our properties. As they packed the car. They realized it was too late to drive out of the area. If we didn't have that river, we would have died. I mean, I really think it afforded us that protection. That's all I thought about here in Washington. Several large fires are still burning. But the Cold Springs fire in Okanagan and Douglas counties is 50% contained. Many ranchers, though, have lost everything. With an estimated 8000 cattle turned loose haven't been corralled by various organizations now pleading for donations to feed the animals. Many local veterinarians are also donating services and supplies to care for animals with burn injuries. Darling Johnson. Come on New kid. You need to deal with very poor air quality and the Puget Sound region and it could be this way for a couple of more days. Here's Como's Denise Whitaker. Even with the horrible air quality, a number of people still chose to head outside over the weekend to take advantage. Of the lack of rain that we have right now. The city of Seattle closed parks Friday, and those remain closed today, along with beaches and boat ramps, and the city opened another shelter at Fisher Pavilion. For those living without a home to go inside and breathe clean air. The best way to protect yourself from poor air quality is to stay indoors, especially if you're part of a high risk group. So this is a much better option than wearing a mask. Those high risk groups include those with heart or lung disease is older adults, young Children and pregnant women, and there are also things experts say, Every single person can do so that we're not making they're even worse. So if you can avoid driving, avoid mowing the lawn Avoid barbecuing because these are things that air health quality, experts say can just degrade further. The conditions were currently breathing. That's the most any quicker. Come on news time to 04. Let's go check in the roads and we welcome back from lunch Break. Marina Rock, Inger Well, we had an earlier problem in Marysville north on I five approaching fourth Street Exit number 1 99. It was a stalled vehicle, but it's out.

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"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 11 months ago

"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

"Is to stay indoors and close. All Windows endures. But some store still remained open for people because of covert. All the doors are open and all the windows were open to keep the pressure in here, and that's bringing in the smoke. It's certainly a choice that people have to make, and the city of Seattle is giving that choice to people. Living on shelter. The latest estimates show about 3000 people living on Seattle Street. So the city added another shelter for them to go into right now to escape the port air quality. City opened up an indoor space on South Sixth Street in Seattle. In addition to Fisher Pavilion here on the Seattle Center campus, that's Como's Denise Whitaker reporting Seattle Parks and beaches closed again today because of the poor air quality Mayor Derek and ordered the closer on Friday. The closure also affects play fields and boat ramps throughout Seattle. It's been about six months since Washington began closing down due to covert 19 That comes Brian Calvin has a look at the current numbers in the cautious optimism there creating over the weekend. We added another 815 positives here in Washington, meaning our daily average for the past two weeks is now down near 400. Plateau that began before Labor Day appears to be holding and even more encouraging the reproductive number or the number of people infected by someone who has covert 19 remains below one. It essentially means transmission is declining Part of what's helping. A new report from the State Health Department credits those Washingtonians practicing safe, social distancing. At least most of us are Pullman, home to Washington State University now ranks first on the New York Times list of U. S cities with the most new cases relative to population, and most of those cases are among college age students. Ryan Calvert Camo news. Generally middle of the road results in a new report on vaccinations in Washington state this amid the Corona virus pandemic. We get that story from Como's Bill O'Neill in the report from Wallet. Washington ranks 21st when it comes to the flu vaccination rate for kids up to 17 years old and 30th for teens with up to date HPV vaccinations. The state also placed 19th and vaccinations for Children under three living below the poverty line. Washington does a bit better when it comes to adult vaccinations, ranking seventh and flew coverage among.

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KOMO

03:33 min | 11 months ago

"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

"Than 1800 cases among students in just the first week of classes. Ryan borrow 80 Seenu listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed Comeau midday. Good afternoon to 02 from the camo 24 hour news Center. I'm Jeff Pooja will. Here's what we're following. We continue to deal with very poor air quality here in the Puget Sound area. And it could be this way for a few more days. Here's Como's Denise Whitaker. Even with the horrible air quality, a number of people still chose to head outside over the weekend to take advantage of the lack of rain that we have right now. The city of Seattle closed parks Friday, and those remain closed today, along with beaches and boat ramps. And the city opened another shelter at Fisher Pavilion for those living without a home to go inside and breathe clean air. The best way to protect yourself from poor air quality is to stay indoors, especially if you're part of a high risk group. So this is a much better option than wearing a mask. Those high risk groups include those with heart or lung disease is older adults, young Children and pregnant women, and there are also things, experts say. Every single person can do so that we're not making they're even worse. So if you can avoid driving, avoid mowing the lawn, avoid barbecuing because these are things that Their health quality, experts say can just degrade further. The conditions were currently breathing. That is composed in East Whitaker. People in Clackamas County, Oregon, are being asked to conserve water and stop watering their lawns and washing cars. That water is needed for firefighting efforts is wildfires continue burning across the Northwest and update from comas Carleen Johnson, Larry Tripoli and friend how weren't too worried when the power went out around eight o'clock last Monday or You know what a neighbor said There was a fire across the Santee, Um, River, which flows along the base of the hill on their property. I noticed that the fire was bursting out of our neighbour's fence that split our properties. They packed the car. They realized it was too late to drive out of the area. If we didn't have that river, we would have died. I mean, I really think it afforded us that protection. That's all I thought about here in Washington. Several large fires are still burning. But the Cold Springs fire in Okanagan and Douglas counties is 50% contained. Many ranchers, though, have lost everything with an estimated 8000 cattle turned loose. Haven't been corralled by various organizations now pleading for donations to feed the animals. Many local veterinarians are also donating services and supplies to care for animals with burn injuries. Carleen Johnson. Coma News Come on news time 12 04. That means it's time to get a check of traffic and we say hello to Marina Rock, Inger and Marina driving in on the ship Canal Bridge today. Could not even see the Seattle skyline. So visibility is a problem out there. Oh, it really is. It's so tough right now. Earlier, it was tough to tell that was fogger smoke and definitely smoke throughout the day. So please do take it easy when you do have to head out onto the roads. All right, we do have an issue on the road. It's on North found I five just north of the 5 16 interchange. Can't the boys road There's a collision blocking the H O V lane and the left general purpose lanes. Just a little bit of a slow down there. We still have the closures on highway for 10 so because of wildfire, so Highway for 10 both directions right near one 81st and between one 81st and 1 66. This is in that Bonnie Lake area, and we also have the closure of highway for 10. Both directions from three 23rd toe five 83rd, You're next couple. Traffic at.

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04:05 min | 11 months ago

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"The wildfires across north us. We still have a long way to go. Almost Denise Whitaker from Seattle Center. Dangerous Air Quality conditions way have been dealing with all weekend continue right now. I checked the Web site and it lists the air here in most of Western Washington as very unhealthy. Poor air quality is keeping Park's closed another day today, closed since Friday. People still getting outside, though, against a lot of expert advice that they should stay indoors with doors and Windows closed. It's really kind of a catch 22 with covert 19 all the advice forgetting is to stay indoors and close all windows and doors. But some stores still remained open for people because of covert. All the doors are open and all the windows are open to keep the pressure in here, and that's bringing in the smoke. It's certainly a choice that people have to make, and the city of Seattle is giving that choice to people. Living on shelter. The latest estimates show about 3000 people living on Seattle Street. So the city added another shelter for them to go into right now to escape the poor air quality. City opened up an indoor space on South Sixth Street in Seattle. In addition to Fisher Pavilion here on the Seattle Center campus, that's couples. Denise Whitaker, a part of Pier 58 in Seattle collapsed yesterday as workers were trying to remove it. Marshall Foster, director of Seattle's office of the Waterfront, says two construction workers went into the water and were rescued The collapse Wass partial, It's the Northeast corner closest to the Seattle Aquarium. From our inspections. There was no damage to the aquarium. There was no damage to the adjacent miners landing and no damage to the Seattle all the two who fell into the water are expected to survive. Crews started work to remove the pier this weekend because it was deteriorating. A warning from Snohomish County Department leaders who say a hiring freeze caused by the Corona virus pandemic could affect a number of key functions. The county Council granting some exemptions to the freeze, clearing the way for the recruitment of a law clerk, an office assistant on other staffers. Still, the Everett Herald reports a number of positions remain empty requests to fill. Some of them have been tabled for now. Among those still vacant slots are two still open field officer positions with the county's animal control team, something county auditor Garth fell, says places people and animals at risk because it takes longer for investigators to respond to reports of dangerous animals. The county has cut this year's budget by some $25 million with his Muchas 10 per cent reduction in next year next year's budget a possibility as a result of the continuing pandemic. In spite of 815 new confirmed cases of covert 19 reported over the weekend. Local health officials still think we're experiencing a plateau in new infections, and almost Brian Calvert tells us we're also closer to finding a cure. The first of its kind. Research is happening at the Infectious Disease Research Institute based in Seattle. This is using your body as a platform. Which will help the meter sponsor, Alan Lew tells us they're injecting additional see Y N K dash 001 immune cells in patients who have tested positive for covert. It's theorized that this would Be a very novel approach as your body has NK cells, but we are giving your body a boost in that with additional and K cells. Which hopefully will target the viruses NK cells known as natural killers. There's three treatments on this trial. And so this patient is in the middle. It's too early to announce results. But Lou says he remains hopeful that someday soon they just may be able to help the body fight off the Corona virus Naturally. Brian Calvert Camo news, generally middle of the road results in a new report on vaccinations in Washington state amid the Corona virus pandemic. The details from comas Bill O'Neill in the report from Wallet Home Washington ranks 21st when it comes to the flu vaccination rate for kids of the 17 years old and 30th for teens with up to date HPV vaccinations. The state also police, 19th and vaccinations for Children under three living below the poverty line. Washington does a bit better when it comes to adult vaccinations, ranking seventh and flew coverage among.

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

"Off your phone thank you to everyone who is driving distraction free right now you know who you are you're helping all of us get around safely on the road off the phone your next come on traffic at two fourteen go eco roof forecasts now here's meteorologist Kristen Clarke sunny dry weather set to continue through Friday and this is going to be the longest stretch of highs in the sixties since early October Thursday is going to be the warmest day looking at mid sixties for the central south sound next potential for rain maybe Saturday as a weak front begins to move into western Washington could kick off a few light sprinkles to start the Easter weekend but for Easter Sunday mostly sunny and seasonable with highs in the mid to upper fifties and the coming weather center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clarke sunny fifty seven degrees in Seattle that's two oh five a Tacoma motel on Hosmer street is now transformed into a new isolation and quarantine centre for people who've either been exposed to to call the nineteen or tested positive and can't stay at home the site opens today three meals are served each day over the counter medication is on hand and it's watched over by twenty four hour security services the city of Seattle has opened up a new emergency shelter for the homeless during the pandemic how the case manager to get people who are homeless or in need of shelter place for isolation and quarantine in fact Seattle king county or setting up more than seven hundred spaces in new temporary shelters an effort known as the intensifying these are not new additional beds just once with more space for existing shelter clients to practice social distancing the city just open up Fisher pavilion at Seattle center at the arrivals hall at Boeing field mobile showers were brought into another D. intensifying effort for sixty men who'd been staying at.

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

"Reason why I don't like the prince is because I think we need to have enough money to actually solve the problem I'm I'm nervous about the the mac free now super bowls of lettuce cheese it's simple throwing more money at the problem governor more resources will be will be beneficial democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren campaigns in Seattle tomorrow less than a week after candidate Bernie Sanders was into kama kama Suzanne font social speak at the Seattle center armory much smaller venue than her first visit here is fifteen thousand people turned out to see senator Warren flat on the crowds are so big event staff wasn't prepared for it even Nash we wanted to know what happens if there's another big turnout Seattle center staff tells us not all the details are worked out yet Saturday's event really depends on how many hours V. piece they get organizers hope people will RCP for this Saturday's events there are three large indoor places at Seattle center the armory the Fisher pavilion and then the exhibition hall we heard from a representative or senator warned he said quote we have over four spaces will be able to accommodate any sized crowd doors open at four thirty on Saturday the event begins at six PM font families are feeling anxious now that a woman arrested in alleged plot to steal babies is free on bail Julia Parker's charge with drugging a new mother in an attempt to steal her infant daughter detective ed Troyer tells us new photos show Parker took pictures in the maternity ward as part of a scheme to poses a baby photographer and ultimately kidnap.

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01:54 min | 1 year ago

"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

"The reason of former Bremerton police officer is filing suit almost Corwin heck is here to explain officer Frank Shaw resigned last may after twenty three years on the force now he's suing his former department saying it failed to take seriously social media threats posted by his superior officers according to the kids apps son Sean complained in twenty seventeen about his superiors Facebook post disparaging the black lives matter movement following straw's complaint another supervisor posted a cartoon image of a rat with a knife in its back shop believe this post not only seem to call him out as a rat that is to say a snitch but also contain the threat of violence against him his lawsuit alleges a hostile work environment including threats of retaliation no comment from the police department or the city of Bremerton Corwin Hey komo news a majority of Snohomish county voters support a partial fire works band and now the county council has to decide whether to put one on the ballot couples are kinds reports an advisory vote passed last week with fifty six percent for a position one asked residents of the back of fireworks ban in certain areas of unincorporated Snohomish county it's on its way to passing but on its own it doesn't change the law the ever held reports the band would apply to unincorporated urban growth areas which are places that could someday be annexed into existing cities a vote on the fireworks band could happen as soon as the election is certified on November twenty sixth but might be tabled until next year additionally stay losses any fireworks ban passed after an advisory vote must wait a year before being implemented Eric kinds couple news tens of thousands of fans are expected to turn out in downtown Seattle later today for a parade and rally to celebrate the Sounders MLS Cup win the victory parade begins at noon at Westlake park little end with a rally at Seattle center right in front of Fisher pavilion fans will notice a couple changes this year compared to the rally here from two thousand sixteen the main stage is now in a different spot.

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

"Low there was no sound as if the engine had failed the sheriff's department got several nine one one calls right now but with the department says some witnesses took action one of the residents he got in a kayak and he paddled out to where the airplane which crashes he located highland they were pretty sure with the only occupant was just a pilot and he with a look at the pilot loaded into the act that he brought the shore the pilot was taken to a local hospital to be checked out but is expected to be okay Kelly blir komo news little more than a month ago flames destroyed for businesses right the heart of Ballard and now plans are underway to start over demolition will get underway this week at the corner of north west Market Street and twenty fourth right now all the businesses are boarded up behind chain link fencing their property owner says it'll take about three weeks to take it all down says to rebuild the corner will take about two million dollars is now working with his insurance company to get that money but says he could have to sell tens of thousands of fans are expected to line the streets of downtown Seattle Tuesday for a parade and rally to celebrate the Seattle Sounders MLS Cup win the victory parade is set to begin at noon at Westlake park in downtown Seattle marchers will make their way up fourth Avenue it'll end with a rally at Seattle center right in front of Fisher pavilion that's where we find como's Steve McCarron the stage is being set up on the lawn here and Fisher pavilion and now crews are in the process of setting up a couple of massive LED screens on either side of the stage in that so fans can get an up close look at the players from essentially any vantage point the planning really began a couple weeks ago when organizer's first.

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

"fisher pavilion" Discussed on KOMO

"Disease control and prevention found that female veterinarians are three and a half times more likely to kill themselves that members of the general population male veterinarians were two times more likely to take their lives researchers have long known that doctors in general can reach the breaking point due to issues of depression and burn out veterinary social worker Laurie Harvard says animal doctors face the same stressors there are people who have better relationships with their pets in the do the human beings in their lives and the responsibility that is placed on the veterinary professionals and when they can't fix it or they can't make it better be absorbed all of that emotion Harper says people drawn to be animal doctors also tend to be more emotional most of them are very raw feeling people and that's how they function in life through they walk around without having any filter on it says Hey this is too much for me in many veterinarians have also told harbored that pet owners continually ask to have fees waived and when they can't offer that the criticism is often very public social media component where you have people getting on social media saying terrible things about a veterinary professionals that are inaccurate this Sunday several local veterinarians and technicians will participate in the out of the darkness community walk to raise awareness and money for the American foundation for suicide prevention it begins at ten at Seattle centers Fisher pavilion again this Sunday Carling Johnson commo news at twenty and fifty past the hour on come on is stocks closed lower Friday and Wall Street weighed down by losses in technology and communications companies to market.