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Scammers are selling fake COVID-19 vaccination cards online

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00:19 sec | Last month

Scammers are selling fake COVID-19 vaccination cards online

"It's probably not a surprise, but there's a problem emerging with phony Cove in 19 vaccination cards. Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson is joining an effort to support an FBI investigation into online retailers and individuals selling fake vaccination cards and posts encouraging people to print their own cards at

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Fresh update on "general bob ferguson" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

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00:40 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "general bob ferguson" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"With the whole protests were about Then That's probably a good idea, And I think the city should get behind that. Organizers hope the block party can't rekindle the passion to fighting. It's racism, the hell the nation's attention last year. King County Man has been arrested facing charges connected to the riot at the U. S. Capitol Back in January. 51 year old Joseph Slab was arrested Thursday and every without incident, Lake Forest Park resident charged with one count of unauthorized entering or remaining in any restricted building or ground she faces up to a year and a half. Behind bars if he's convicted, Ah, la and stopping so called patent trolls, who try to shake down small businesses for money will get its first test in a lawsuit filed by the state attorney general. Attorney General Bob Ferguson, saying that landmark technology holds vaguely worded patents for things every just about every business website has like customer Loggins. They slowed them with these form letters claiming a patent that's obscure and basically threatening a lawsuit that they don't pay up and who can fight that It's gonna cost more legal fees is just to sell this case out of court. Try to move on with your life, and that's what makes this frankly as so outrageous. Ferguson says. Landmark doesn't go after the Amazons are Costco's of World. They do mass mailings a small businesses demanding $65,000 licensing fees, for example, hoping some will think it's cheaper to pay than mount a legal fight, so he's taking them to court. And hoping to force them to pay back those businesses and the ages office for its costs. As more activities open up to fully vaccinated people. There's increasing interest in more ways for people to prove they've been vaccinated other than the CDC card. Most, Keith Eldridge says. With more opportunity comes Mork concern about vaccination passport scams. We have people that are still losing cards. People are throwing their CDC cards away because they think they were appointment cards and then they have to call the health system and are asking for replacements..

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Purdue Pharma Offers Restructuring Plan, Sackler Family Would Give Up Ownership

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Purdue Pharma Offers Restructuring Plan, Sackler Family Would Give Up Ownership

"Do Pharma submitting its bankruptcy restructuring plan overnight? Here's compost Frank Lindsay. The Sackler family owns the company. They boosted their offer to settle opioid lawsuits to $4.28 billion. That's 1.3 billion Maura than their original offer. Produce farm a file the bankruptcy restructuring plan right before the midnight deadline. Money from the settlement deal will go to reimburse states, local governments and other plaintiffs who super due for its role in the opioid crisis. Last month, Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced our state share would be $13.5 Million, which will go toward treatment prevention and other efforts to fight the opioid

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Fresh update on "general bob ferguson" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:30 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "general bob ferguson" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Today, Israel launched more airstrikes to destroy tunnels housing weapons warehouses used by Palestinian militants. Israeli army confirms more rockets have also been fired, but there was no damage. We're getting a live look now at the Gaza skyline, where we have seen explosions in the last few minutes, you could see smoke rising in the horizon there. At least 126 people have been killed since fighting broke out on Monday. More than 900 people have been hurt. We should learn more with the next two weeks if the assistant state Attorney general's office will file charges over the death of many yellow, so he died while being arrested. To come a police in March of last year. That's that body cam video. You were looking at their cell phone video medical examiner ruled Alison's death. A homicide said he died of lack of oxygen while being restrained. November. Governor injuries you might remember ordered Attorney General Bob Ferguson to conduct an independent investigation into Alice's death today. Ferguson's office says it will announce its decision on charges honor before May 27th Tonight. The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office is taking applications for program aimed at helping troubled youth. It's called lead the Way program. It's for kids between 13 and 17 years old, who have committed a crime and are struggling to make good decisions in life. In the eight week course kids will learn.

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Seattle ticket company ordered to refund $9 million

Seattle Now

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Seattle ticket company ordered to refund $9 million

"Based brown paper tickets will refund nine million dollars. To event organizers and ticket buyers whose plans got cancelled by covid attorney general bob ferguson. Who took the company to court says. Forty five thousand people in the country are owed a refund. If that's you you don't have to do anything to get your money. The office says the company will be getting in touch to pay back

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Washington State sues government, push for COVID vaccine uptake, and indigenous rights activist dies

Native America Calling

03:57 min | 4 months ago

Washington State sues government, push for COVID vaccine uptake, and indigenous rights activist dies

"The national native news on tonia gonzales washington state attorney general bob ferguson announced. The state is suing the federal government to stop. Its plans to sell the national archives building in seattle the government which ship off digitize records to archive centers out of state as steve jackson reports. Tribal nations are among those that. Want the information to stay in the pacific northwest. Bob ferguson says. The plan violates current law. Because there's an exemption for buildings the archive being put up for sale if it's used for specific types of research in addition he says the federal government didn't consult with those who would be impacted by the closure that includes twenty nine native american tribes have signed onto the suit. Fawn sharp is the president of the chronology indian nation. She says native americans in the northwest are seeing a resurgence of language and culture and the archive is a vital source for information leading to a point of just having a basic understanding of this rich and baskets and if if this information were to ever leave the pacific northwest there would be a loss gnarly his tribal nation. It'd be lost entire at pacific northwest and put a price on a value of what those are. House at tribal nations ferguson says the suit seeks an injunction to stop the sale of the building. He hopes the case will receive an expedited hearing in federal court for national native news. I'm steve jackson reporting from spokane leaders and tribal communities are getting creative to encourage uptake of the cove. Nineteen vaccine the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports. The northern arapaho tribe has been hit hard by the pandemic and many tribal members are eager to be vaccinated. That's according to lisa. You're walking with the tribes medical clinic. However there are some that do have questions she says. Clinic staff have been fielding those questions via social media. And they've been getting help from arapahoe. Ceremonial elders like george moss. Who agreed to get the first shot in to have it. Broadcast live on facebook people. To have mr moss him so i can take the vaccine is speaks volumes tribes like the navajo nation had council members get vaccinated on camera. The black feet nation in montana is using the black veep language to counter misinformation and educate members about the safety and efficacy of the vaccine for the mountain west news bureau. I'm savannah mar georgina. Lewis from alabama pueblo in new mexico intends to run for congress. The five term state democratic lawmaker and attorney is joining the race for the anticipated of the first congressional district currently held by deb holland holland. Who's a member of laguna pueblo has been picked by the biden harris team for secretary of the interior. If holland's confirmed the state would call for a special election wants the. Us house vacancy occurs with candidates nominated by major political parties in new mexico on her campaign website. Lewis says she's been a tireless champion for the earth people and future generations and would continue. The fight holland began holland. Strong advocate for native american issues environmental issues and missing and murdered indigenous women and girls rancher and indigenous rights advocate carry. Dan has died in nevada. At the age of eighty eight democracy now reports kerry and her late sister. Mary long fought the federal government over land rights and environmental issues. The western shoshoni sisters were committed to protecting their way of life and the rights of their people fighting for land back and land restoration from poisoning. Their legal and political battles began in the nineteen seventies and they spent their lives advocating for indigenous rights. I antonio

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Trump sues in Pennsylvania, Michigan; asks for Wisconsin recount

Tom and Curley

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Trump sues in Pennsylvania, Michigan; asks for Wisconsin recount

"Once he's elected. Not so fast, says the Trump campaign. It's requesting a recount in Wisconsin and filed lawsuits today in Pennsylvania and Michigan, CBS News campaign reporter Cara Corti as we prepare for this new batch of lawsuits coming from the Trump campaign. Know that they have a history of alleging fraudulent activity, but not being able to actually prove it. The president also said last night he wanted quote all voting to stop Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson. What the president did last night was obviously so disciplined, shocking on many levels, but no, he doesn't have that power. That doesn't mean he won't try Bob Ferguson on Seattle's morning news. Washington State today is reporting a

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Twitter to pay $100k to Washington state in settlement over political ad disclosure violations

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:17 sec | 7 months ago

Twitter to pay $100k to Washington state in settlement over political ad disclosure violations

"Twitter will pay the state of Washington $100,000 for multiple violations of state campaign finance laws. State Attorney General Bob Ferguson says that a statement Twitter received nearly $200,000 for campaign ads from 2012. Too late 2019 but failed to follow state disclosure laws. Twitter banned all political ads in November of last year.

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Amazon is purging Washington Redskins merchandise from its marketplace

KIRO Nights

00:15 sec | 11 months ago

Amazon is purging Washington Redskins merchandise from its marketplace

"Washington Redskins football team merchandise will be sold by the world's biggest online retailer. Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson says Amazon managers agree the name is a racial slur. The pro football team's owner said last week that a name change is being considered

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Amazon Pulls Washington Redskins Merch As Pressure Grows To Change Team Name

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

Amazon Pulls Washington Redskins Merch As Pressure Grows To Change Team Name

"Amazon, saying it's pulling Washington Redskins football merchandise from its website. Here's Comb. O Seu Romero is after State Attorney General Bob Ferguson wrote a letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos urging him to stop selling the NFL merchandise that he says uses a quote racial slur against Native Americans. In the letter, Ferguson acknowledged other big companies like FedEx, Nike and Dicks. Sporting goods are also calling for a team name change. The team announced last week that it had started A thorough review of its

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NAACP, local Seattle families call for reform in wake of fatal officer-involved shootings

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01:45 min | 11 months ago

NAACP, local Seattle families call for reform in wake of fatal officer-involved shootings

"Families whose loved ones died in officer involved shootings are working with the regional chapter of the N. double ACP to advocate for specific police reform measures the live NYC pop of reports from Seattle with what those families had to say how many times we gotta keep reminding you on the street where and resident Gerald Hankerson says change needs to happen now but we don't have to go to the east coast right here in the city obscene Hankerson in the local chapter of the N. double ACP invited people who lost a family member by a law enforcement officer every to sit down and discuss what kind of changes they want to see here in Washington more quick justice we we wanted fast since your son Sean this call back in April by police did you shoot unarmed man with his baby in his arms when he ran into the back yard and had nowhere else to go that's the only question that needs to be asked many of the families here wanted leaders like Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan and Pierce county sheriff Paul pastore to resign for these incidents what they say is an action that followed stop making announcements about what you plan on doing and actually do it even after Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced a statewide inquiry of all officer involved shooting investigations families like many Ellis's mom marsia Carter say they're tired of what they call empty promises all the crying is stopping now I want to see action attention that they say is long overdue we need to get them the off of our necks in our communities which has been on on deck for since we've been here and part of that action includes looking at nine nine forty because they say there are still issues with it even after it was approved two years ago Nick problem come on Everest

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U.S. states sue Trump administration over fuel efficiency rollback

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. states sue Trump administration over fuel efficiency rollback

"Nearly two dozen states are suing the trump administration over rollbacks in fuel efficiency standards the standards rolled back were for cars and light duty trucks the administration saying they were no longer needed and had a negative effect on business but a coalition of states and cities says that violates the clean air act the trump administration is really trying to systematically rolled back numerous environmental protections this one may be their most egregious attempt yet that's Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson who says the rollback would amount to more than two billion metric tons of air

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AG orders Seattle business to stop selling virus 'vaccine'

News, Traffic and Weather

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

AG orders Seattle business to stop selling virus 'vaccine'

"Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson has sent a letter warning a Seattle based business to halt selling a so called coded nineteen vaccine versions as of the company north because biologics or its owner Johnny T. Stein don't stop making false claims in the company could be sued under the state consumer protection act in a Facebook post Stein claims to have developed a vaccine that is made him immune to cold that nineteen offers his vaccine for four hundred dollars Ferguson notes that no effective treatment or vaccine for covert nineteen has been identified Stein's company in a Facebook post says the product is no longer available because of

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Washington AG sues Facebook over political ads

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Washington AG sues Facebook over political ads

"Washington state suing Facebook again for selling political ads without disclosing all necessary information about who's behind them Attorney General Bob Ferguson first sued Facebook over the issue back in twenty eighteen and the company then agreed to a settlement the suit filed today claims Facebook has continued to sell ads worth more than a half million

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States claim Trump’s new firearm rules will allow spread of 3D printed gun blueprints online

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

States claim Trump’s new firearm rules will allow spread of 3D printed gun blueprints online

"Plastic guns created with three D. printers are the target of state Attorney General Bob Ferguson latest lawsuit against the trump administration Ferguson along with AG's in twenty other states is fighting new administration rules that would allow the online distribution of three D. gun blueprints our lawsuit argues that lifting these restrictions on downloadable ghost guns is unlawful Ferguson says three D. printing could put untraceable guns in the hands of felons and

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"In the Attorney General Bob Ferguson really don't represent the people you know in the in the particulars of you know the second amendment the governor tourney general calling for limiting the amount of rounds and magazine can hold banning online sales of ammunition to some people requiring further background checks and training in order to get a concealed weapons permit Seattle police officers been fired after posting vulgar and threatening political opinions on Instagram in one post The Seattle Times reports the officer seems to condone is sending mail bombs to former president Obama and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton the post directs a profanity to those who support undocumented immigrants the Seattle police office of professional accountability tells the times the officer was let go not because of his political views but for violating the part but social media policy bowling stock drop today como's Charlie harder tells us this comes as analysts predict an announcement of a sharp drop in earnings the stock price slid two point three percent after bank of America estimated the total cost of the seven thirty seven MAX grounding to be as high as twenty billion dollars that's double the current estimate Lesley Joseph wrote the story for CNBC and tells the cable network this comes ahead of an earnings call in late January or parts of the end of the month for some investors are clearly looking from some messages from Calhoun the new CEO took over this week it looks like the charge that Boeing talk in July that wasn't the end of it these comes as congressional investigators demand more emails from Boeing about the Max development Charlie harder como new auto insurance rates in the Seattle Tacoma metro area have risen almost thirty percent over the past decade come was Eric Heinz reports that's according to an independent insurance rate comparison site the zebra zebra is Nicole back says the increase was twenty seven percent since twenty eleven and nine percent from last year car insurance is priced based on a combination of who you are where you are what you drive and how you drive the most expensive zip code in western Washington is Seattle's nine eight one one eight followed.

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State attorney general proposing statewide cold case unit

News, Traffic and Weather

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

State attorney general proposing statewide cold case unit

"Sixteen hundred murders remain unsolved in Washington that's according to state Attorney General Bob Ferguson who hopes a new investigative unit can crack these cold cases ever Herald reports Ferguson is required we're requesting one point seven million dollars a year to form the unit to be made up of eight senior investigators an assistant Attorney General in a violent crime analyst says the unit would also tackles and ten thousand unsolved

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D.C. is closing out 2019 with 163 homicides. When will this violence end? State crime team proposed to work on cold rape, murder cases

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

D.C. is closing out 2019 with 163 homicides. When will this violence end? State crime team proposed to work on cold rape, murder cases

"Sixteen hundred murders remain unsolved in Washington that is according to state Attorney General Bob Ferguson Wilson new investigative unit can crack these cold cases ever Herald reports Ferguson is requesting one point seven million dollars a year to form the unit to be made up of eight senior investigators and assistant general Attorney General and a violent crime analyst he says the unit would also tackle some ten thousand

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Washington state seeks to ban sale of 'assault weapons,' high capacity magazines

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Washington state seeks to ban sale of 'assault weapons,' high capacity magazines

"Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson proposing new gun laws to the state legislature to ban the sale of guns he classifies as assault rifles also limit magazine capacity to ten rounds and restrict the sale of ammunition by requiring

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Washington's $30 Car Tabs On Hold As Judge Puts Injunction On I-976 As Legal Challenge Unfolds

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Washington's $30 Car Tabs On Hold As Judge Puts Injunction On I-976 As Legal Challenge Unfolds

"Though they voted to lower them in November drivers here in Washington should not expect to see the car tabs lowered to thirty dollars anytime soon a judge has put online nine seven six on hold while a group of cities counties in transit agencies move ahead with their legal challenges the judge agreed that language in the ballot title was misleading and contradicted the language in the initiative sponsor Tim Eyman blasted the attorney general's office which has the task of defending the measure voters knew exactly what they were voting on and the Attorney General if used to make that argument in court Attorney General Bob Ferguson says he's decided to file an emergency appeal directly to the state Supreme Court state Senate feel our fill for to not into my mentor both asking governor Insley to call for a special session of the legislature or do not who's also running for governor says he wants to introduce a straightforward thirty dollar card tab bill to address the legal issues surrounding the

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"State attorney general's office is laying out its defense for the voter approved thirty dollar card tab initiative legal battle heads to court next week almost Cole Miller on how the argument shaping up when it comes to the controversial issue with Seattle king county and others asking for an injunction to block it while the lawsuit plays out it's not only unfair it is not only on why is it is on constitutional the state Attorney General Bob Ferguson filing his defense to uphold the right off the bat saying quote plaintiffs cannot demonstrate beyond a reasonable doubt that I nine seventy six is unconstitutional he also calls out Seattle's boost in transportation funding say its quota increased by over two hundred million dollars in just the last two years with the fight far from over Ferguson throwing his punches well quote given that Washington voters approved I nine seventy six and the policy consequence of reducing taxes and fees flowing from taxpayers to public agencies this consequence cannot be seen as harm but rather precisely what the people voted to adopt and there will be a hearing all that a judge it is set for next Tuesday we of course will be there and will follow along

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Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson defends $30 car tab initiative

News, Traffic and Weather

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson defends $30 car tab initiative

"State attorney general's office is laying out its defense for the voter approved thirty dollar card tab initiative legal battle heads to court next week almost Cole Miller on how the argument shaping up when it comes to the controversial issue with Seattle king county and others asking for an injunction to block it while the lawsuit plays out it's not only unfair it is not only on why is it is on constitutional the state Attorney General Bob Ferguson filing his defense to uphold the right off the bat saying quote plaintiffs cannot demonstrate beyond a reasonable doubt that I nine seventy six is unconstitutional he also calls out Seattle's boost in transportation funding say its quota increased by over two hundred million dollars in just the last two years with the fight far from over Ferguson throwing his punches well quote given that Washington voters approved I nine seventy six and the policy consequence of reducing taxes and fees flowing from taxpayers to public agencies this consequence cannot be seen as harm but rather precisely what the people voted to adopt and there will be a hearing all that a judge it is set for next Tuesday we of course will be there and will follow along

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"Death penalty is one step closer to being abolished in Washington state. Komo's Jeff Pohjola has the latest state Senate has approved a measure that eliminates capital punishment. But it wasn't without opposition. Republican state Senator Steve Oban argued that the state should actually fund more death penalty prosecutions. We could. Allocate resources for those counties that can't possibly afford the expensive death prosecution, but most Democrats supported the idea of eliminating the death penalty Senator monkey Dhingra many people who want a death penalty in the abstract. But the death penalty is applied in the state does not make sense. The measure now goes before the statehouse. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. The state supreme court has overturned the manslaughter conviction of Spokane man because the charges against him were amended near the end of his trial. Details from komo's Erik Heintz in a split decision Thursday. The state supreme court sent the case back to the trial court to vacate conviction. Michael Erkki in two thousand sixteen was sentenced to more than ten years in prison for stabbing another man to death during a street fight in Spokane he was charged with second degree murder, but immediately before the state rested, the trial court allowed prosecutors to amend the charges to include first degree manslaughter. The jury found Kirke guilty of manslaughter, but not the murder charge. An appeals court upheld the convicts. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. It's not clear whether Washington state will file suit over the president's emergency declaration over border, while funding democratic attorney general Bob Ferguson spoke with KOMO after the president's announcement. I mean, I'm not surprised but disappointed and the president in essence is trying to work around congress as usual to handle the budget, and we think that's unconstitutional and potentially will challenge. He says he will file suit if money meant for Washington state is redirected to wall construction. The Trump administration calls the declaration a step in the right direction. A former Washington state lawmaker lanzi in some legal trouble. Komo's Bill O'neil explains. What happened Snoqualmie police say fifty two year old? Jay Rodney is charged with making a false statement. And being complicit in furnishing alcohol to a minor after he was arrested early Sunday. The minor is described as an underage relative Rodney's officers say both Rodney and his relative were visibly intoxicated. They also say he told them he was a retired Marine Corps. Colonel and wanted to call the mayor Rodney who represented king county's fifth legislative district for more than a decade was released on two thousand dollars bail. He tells the Seattle times the incident was over blown. He's doing court March first below Neil. Komo news still wanting some more snow after the week. We had come. Brian Calvert has an offer that may be hard to refuse when the snow fell around here earlier this week. Former resident Diane mcferrin recalled her days of dealing with the snow in Seattle. Pictures of all the snow there. And then, you know, we're getting about same storm just on a different level. It's it's been fun to what these days Diane is an Idaho resident and along with her husband own soldier mountain ski resort about ninety minutes from Boise dream of his since high school when he was on. It just thought it'd be a retirement dream if this happened a little early for his dream. But she's realized it as well,.

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm in committed campaign finance violations is on hold for the time being here's Washington attorney general Bob Ferguson who filed suit in March of two thousand seventeen. Our lawsuit alleges an elaborate web of unlawful financial transactions. Now, the Everett herald reports that lawsuit is temporarily suspended because I'm an has filed for bankruptcy protection state law halts, civil proceedings against anyone going through bankruptcy, President Trump's choice for acting secretary of defense like the man he would replace is also from this state is a former bowling executive university of Washington graduate Patrick Shanahan worked at Boeing for more than three decades. He was general manager of Boeing missile defense systems and Boeing rotorcraft systems. He became the Pentagon deputy and July of last year, but he has no prior military or foreign policy experience. He takes over the job at the Pentagon on January. First passengers who were on board. A Delta Airlines flight that made an emergency landing on a remote Alaskan island. Finally arrived. Back at seatac airport after quite an ordeal. Delta says customers were put on a different plane got to Seattle about ten o'clock. Monday night. The original flight from Beijing to Seattle at one hundred ninety four passengers and had to be diverted to a military base on an island in the Aleutian chain due to a potential engine issue. At least one person was killed when a plane crashed into a neighborhood in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Here's that city's emergency manager. There's a large debris field associated with the.

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Go down. Officers from across the, region gathered today to say goodbye to Ken officer Diego Merano the thirty five year old was a dedicated cop and, father at today's service, his wife shared Wendy eggos boots were, unleased, for the final time more evidence of fatherhood excellence was found a fresh pedicure, in primary blue Jio had taken our daughter for Pettis. Just last, week and she got to choose his color marina was killed during a police pursuit July. Twenty seconds a federal judge in Seattle. Today issued a temporary restraining order to stop the release of blueprints to three d. printed guns they have. No, serial numbers, background checks can't be enforced and three d.. Print a gun or. Meet with materials that will, not sit up a metal detector that's Washington state attorney general Bob Ferguson a Texas company had reached a settlement with the federal government to, release those blueprints tomorrow now that is on hold Washington governor Jay Inslee sculling out the. National guard to help stop wildfires, nearly three hundred or burning in our state now stretching resources the guard plans to send two Blackhawk helicopters let's try that again Black Hawk helicopters in five twenty person. Crews to battle, fires in the northeast corner. Of the state. In northern California cruiser, making progress on that deadly car fire CBS's Steve Futterman reports from red This fire is still burning it's now consumed one hundred ten thousand acres but now it's moving mostly into non residential areas. It's not threatening that many homes and it's now also twenty seven percent contained that means fire crews have established a perimeter around twenty seven. Percent of this fire which. They believe will hold Facebook says it's identified a coordinated campaign to try and influence you ahead of this year's elections here's CBS's Allison key Facebook says it's. Still in, the early stages of its investigation and doesn't yet know who might be behind this it. Says an posted whoever set up these. Accounts went through much greater length to obscure their true identities than the Russian based internet research agency did. In, the past, that agency was responsible for a significant amount. Of election interference efforts. In two thousand sixteen.

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"Printed gun blueprints eight states sued the block the release Washington, state attorney general Bob Ferguson federal government continues To sexually executive orders and decisions. In a way it is, sloppy. That is ham handed that lacks thought that lacks rigor free fabricated plastic. Gun circumvent requirements. For background checks serial numbers and gun registrations all one hundred one passengers and crew survived the crash of an. AeroMexico Embraer one ninety jet liner Durango Mexico the. Pilot tried to abort the takeoff and skidded off the runway eighty-five people were injured two of. Them critically prosecutors in Los Angeles say they've declined to pursue sex abuse, claims against, CBS head honcho les Moonves because. The statute of limitations had expired a woman claims moonville sexually assaulted her in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. And eighty eight but she, didn't tell police until this past February Richard. Cantu ABC news Stay, connected stay informed KOMO. News KOMO news time, five thirty one clear skies eighty. One degrees in Seattle in for Tom Glasgow Taylor van Cise with Elisa Jaffe a federal judge in Seattle issued a temporary restraining order to stop the release of three, d. gun blueprints this comes a day, after eight states including ours. Sued to block the Trump administration settlement with a company that makes the plans. Available online was supposed to, do. That by tomorrow they argued that it would give criminals access to untraceable. Three d. printed. Weapons state attorney general Bob Ferguson says he expects the president to follow the temporary order and that is to. Make it fun lawful for anyone to post this. Information if somebody wants to run afoul of federal law I don't recommend it they can't do. It but they will face the consequences I'm confident, that the, federal government Defense distributed based in Austin Texas had announced it would make the blueprints available online until the restraining order was issued today and separately Senator Patty Murray. Is out with a proposal to ban, the sale of plans for printable guns the Washington democrat says selling the plans for three d printable guns is dangerous and could get deadly weapons in the hands of people who shouldn't have them she's cosponsoring a Bill to ban the. Sale of the, blueprints online but she faces opposition from the NRA, which supports the new technology saying it embodies freedom and innovation Charlie Harger KOMO. News an outpouring of love and support for the, family friends and colleagues. Of a fallen can, police officer komo's Ryan Harris reports. On the memorial for officer Marino The, bagpipes are, an all. Too common sounded officer memorials which signal the loss of someone who sacrificed. Themselves to keep their neighbors safe among those who spoke at the. Service was Kent mayor Dana Ralph who. Saw Diego. Moreno at her home just hours before his death last time Diego kiss Shelly was. In my, yard she'd kissed him to, buy, a thousand times but, had no idea this would be the last one the memorial also included a poignant moment where a battle. Streamer with Marino's name on it was placed on the Kent police flag and honor given to. Those who died on, the job it was placed by officer Mark Williamson was also involved in the incident that took Marino's life a life celebrated by thousands. In cancer Ryan Harris KOMO news today's memorial for officer Merano brings, back memories for the Lakewood police department they lost four officers in one day back in two thousand. Nine it was November, in two thousand nine one four Lakewood officers were shot and killed at a coffee shop before they started their shifts assistant police chief John on Fred says Time has helped almost. Half our department wasn't here back in two, thousand, nine so there's been a lot of diffusion as, far as that. Goes but all of us at were we don't talk a lot about it but we known and he's still carry that he says. When there is a memorial for a fallen officer it's one of these just kind of takes the band aid off and brings you. Right back, on Fred says it's part of the. Healing process though for law enforcement the community and for officer Marino's. Family I mean we all in. The community will will miss him I sure his family and his family and campaign will will certainly miss him honor him today see Romero KOMO news KOMO news time five thirty four. Here's marina Rockinger but a. Few. Issues out there in our AAA traffic indeed so we have, a problem in Pacific west valley highway, is closed, between Jovita. Boulevard and Ellington due to a fire so if you take one six. Seven that's bumper to bumper traffic because of a crash near highway. Four ten in Sumner and that back begins, at. Ellington so we have both lanes blocked out one six seven fire department is still, on the, scene there so you can Get by on the core point of the on ramp from. Highway four ten to southbound. One six seven we've got a. Very heavy conditions southbound I five from Federal Way. Down through the five curve it's tough in the JVM area near. The main gate because of an earlier blocking problems so it's gonna be, very slow from the Nisqually road as you. Head up, towards that scene we have slow down southbound I, five from Northgate into downtown Seattle southbound four zero five bumper to bumper in Bellevue from five twenty two coal, creek northbound four zero five rolling, slow from five twenty, two eighty fifth and Kirk, linen again. From totem, lake to the five to two interchange northbound I. Five rolling slow from the Lake City way area up into Lynnwood it's tough. From the Boeing, freeway northbound I five, through Everett past, highway, two and. Another area I, want to mention his highway one zero four it's blocked both..

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"Is a retired airline pilot when you are dealing with what we call a high-speed aboard which is anything, over about eighty. Knots there are so many things you could go, wrong it's. Mind boggling eight people were injured. Two critically a federal judge in Seattle is. Temporarily blocked the release, of blueprints, to, make three d printable guns available online eight states sued to block the release which was to begin tonight. But will not, now vice president Pence goes to Hawaii tomorrow. We'll he'll wear he'll, receive the, remains of fifty five US soldiers killed in the Korean conflict released by North Korea State, department spokeswoman Heather Nauert profound data. Gratitude to those American service members who gave their lives in. Service to their country so long ago we are working diligently to bring them home Richard Cantu ABC news Stay connected. Stay informed KOMO news KOMO news. Time four thirty one in Seattle we have mostly clear skies and seventy. Eight degrees in for Tom Glasgow I'm. Taylor van Cise with Elisa Jaffe a federal judge in Seattle has put a temporary stop to. Making three, d guns on printers US district judge Robert last night issued a temporary restraining order against a downloadable blueprint. For three d. guns this afternoon this comes. One day after Washington and seven other states filed a lawsuit yesterday to block the Trump administration from allowing such blueprints state attorney general Bob Ferguson. Hopes to make the order permanent it is unlawful. To make, us for anyone criminal for, example someone who's a domestic abuser some who's not does not have the legal right on. A firearm, to download these plastic The company defense distributed of Austin. Texas was preparing to make the three d. downloadable, files, available, tomorrow we've reached, out to the second amendment..

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"Our basic character as americans governor jay inslee was the first of many elected officials to denounce the separation of children from their parents at the border and the detention of them in seatac they literally never had a chance to say goodbye to their children representative paul had a chance to go in in me with detainees she says one hundred sixty eight or women most of whom are separated from their children as they seek asylum and it was outrageous heartbreaking cruel inhumane should not be happening in the united states of america your office is getting all of their names to connect them with attorneys she says they come from sixteen different countries and most have been separated for more than a month we're gonna seek every way to stand up against this injustice other officials are taking action as well king county executive dow constantine is trying to stop the use of a county airport for transportation of detainees in attorney general bob ferguson's office speaking as a father of ten year old twins looking into filing a lawsuit frankly i'm not sure how attorney general sessions sleeps at night the policy like this the politicians spoke several hundred marched in rallied at the detention center hoping that somehow those inside no they're not alone hoping that they know we're here people that are actually stuck in their people driving by are gone about their day they're fine people that are in the building that are having a hard day the governor says they also believe that children from the border of being held at other facilities throughout the state mitch pittman komo news at the eighty sixth annual conference of mayors boston mayor jenny durkan inked a letter calling for the reversal of the department of homeland security zero tolerance policy twentyfive mayor signed that letter.

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"Governor jay inslee was the first of many elected officials to denounce the separation of children from their parents at the border and the detention of them in seatac they literally never had a chance to say goodbye to their children representative paul had a chance to go in and meet with detainees she says one hundred sixty eight or women most of whom are separated from their children as they seek asylum and it was outrageous heartbreaking cruel inhumane should not be happening in the united states of america your offices getting all of their names to connect them with turns she says they come from sixteen different countries and most have been separated for more than a month we're gonna seek every way to stand up against this injustice other officials are taking action as well king county executive dow constantine is trying to stop the use of a county airport for transportation of detainees and attorney general bob ferguson's office speaking as a father of ten year old twins it's looking into filing a lawsuit you know frankly i'm not sure how attorney general sessions sleeps at night with a policy like this the politicians spoke several hundred marched in rallied at the detention center hoping that somehow those inside no they're not alone open that they know we're here the people that are actually stuck in their people driving by are gone by their day they're fine people that are in the building that are having a hard day the governor says they also believe that children from the border of being held in other facilities throughout the state mitch pittman komo news at the eighty sixth annual conference of mayors in boston mayor jenny durken inc the letter calling for the reversal of the department of homeland security zero tolerance policy twentyfive mayor signed that letter including the mayor.

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"The eighth anniversary of missing portland area teen kyron horman was last seen at his elementary school june fourth when his stepmother dropped him offers science fair from the beginning investigators have focused on the stepmother terri horman though she has never been charged should remains a person of interest since chiron was only seven years old when he vanished authorities have released in asia progress photo of him hoping to spark new tips in the case seattle's mayor speaking out against the us supreme court ruling in favor of a colorado baker who wouldn't make a wedding cake for same sex couple the court is not signing the big issue in the case whether a business can invoke religious objections to refuse service to same sex couples the justices limited ruling instead focused on what the court described as anti religious bias on the the colorado civil rights commission when it ruled against baker jack phillips the justices voted seventy two that the commission violated phillips rights under the first amendment seattle mayor jenny durkan tweeted this morning that the rule is quote appalling and unjust and she went on to call it a jarring reminder how easily rights are denied by wrongly using a veil of faith to disguise hate frank lenzi komo news meantime christian wagner is an attorney with a group called alliance defending freedom she says her client baker who filed suit is pleased with the decision along but he very relieved to know that he will not have to violate his conviction choose between his convictions and his family business because that no one should have to pay and washington state attorney general bob ferguson says the ruling in favor of the baker is not likely to make many changes in a similar case in our state for this and says the ruling may lead to some additional procedural steps but he insists it will not affect the ultimate outcome in the arlene flowers case come on news time one oh four aaa traffic every ten.

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"For your brain the tom urban program rick excuse me in seattle washington tom i'm i'm homesick today but luckily to catch you not covering this trial it's going to be for the supreme court today between the washington who unfortunately he's taking the wrong course against a native tribes here in the state of washington this is right i'm sure you remember the bolt decision that gave the treaty rights to have to catch of salmon to the native people here in the state of washington i do not but i'll take your word for it well it's it's big here in the northwest because you know we were having less and less salmon every year and there's been fights since the seventies that native american people have gone to jail over just yet followed those over the years in the paper right well anyway that was the baltic decision that was did that i would say it's important today our state our state attorney general bob ferguson is going for the supreme court to argue that it's too hard for the state of washington cost us a million dollars to remove barriers that are in the culverts go underneath the roads in the state of washington to make sure that salmon can get to their accustomed places which is the language that the that this stevens isaac stevens treaty going all the way back treat all the treaties factor in the eighteen sixties said that indian should be able to get there you know be able to fish hunt in they're accustomed places and culverts make that more difficult million dollars is not that much and i wanted to lose this because diverting water there's barriers inside the call verts you know like they try to keep debris from going through or something so the salmon spawn up through culverts is that what you're saying salmon have to go upstream wherever they can that's what the salmon do they want to go upstream and they wanna laid their eggs and they want to get succeeding generation there's for sure anyway our state attorney attorney general's name is bob ferguson and his office number is three six seven five three sixty two hundred i'll repeat that three.

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"To be first responders with monday's amtrak train derailment the news rian reporting that fifty two year old rochester man was rained on tuesday and pierce county court on charges of secondary assault and making a false statement to police state of washington expanding its pending lawsuit against comcast it's now criticising the cable and internet company for discarding recorded customer service calls that the attorney general claims as evidence of the company's alleged deceptive sales practices washes state attorney general bob ferguson says his team uncovered more illegal conduct by comcast as the investigation developed particularly as a state sought recorded customer service calls and federal judge said he would decide before christmas whether stop a trump administration ban on refugees after hearing arguments that it is separating families and putting some refugees endanger lawyers from the a c l u n jewish families services asking us district judge james robart for an injunction on thursday the ban applies to refugees from certain mostly muslim countries department of justice lawyer say the ban is temporary and was needed while officials review the vetting process after being accused by his former assistant of sexual misconduct former sea hawks quarterback warren moon is talking to the press komos jeff pohjola it allows suit filed by moods former aide wendy haskell the seahawks broadcasters accused of multiple counts of sexual harassment and misconduct a lot of people don't know first of all out of people think i'm married and i'm not and they think this type of marital affair that i was involved in a lot of misinformation out there and uh i haven't been married for four years now so i'm a single man central to many of the complaints is that moon is said to have forced haskell to share a room in a bed with him while on business trips moon says that is at least partially true he says that sharing the bed with haskell was consensual and.

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"Monday's amtrak train derailment the news for beyond reporting that a fifty two year old rochester man was rained on tuesday in pierce county court on charges of second degree assault and making a false statement to police state of washington expanding its pending lawsuit against comcast two now criticising the cable and internet company for discarding recorded customer service calls that the attorney general claims as evidence of the company's alleged deceptive sales practices washes state attorney general bob ferguson says his team uncovered more illegal conduct by comcast as the investigation developed particularly as a state sought recorded customer service calls in federal judge said he would decide before christmas whether stop a trump administration ban on refugees after hearing arguments that it is separating fact i'm lease and putting some refugees endanger lawyers from the a c l u a jewish family services asking us district judge james raw bar for an injection on thursday the ban applies for refugees from certain mostly muslim countries department of justice lawyers say the banners temporary and was needed while officials review the vetting process after being accused by his former assistant of sexual misconduct former sea hawks quarterback warren moon is talking to the press komos jeff pohjola it a lawsuit filed by moons former aide wendy haskell the seahawks broadcaster is accused of multiple counts of sexual harassment and misconduct a lot of people don't know first of all out of people think i'm married and they think of uncollectible extramarital fear that i was involved in inflammation out there and i haven't been married for four years now from a single man central too many the complaints is that moon is said to have forced haskell to share a room and a bed with him while on business trips moon says that is at least partially true he says that sharing the.

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"Derailment the news for you and reporting that a fifty two year old rochester man was rained on tuesday in pierce county court on charges of second degree assault and making a false statement to police state of washington expanding its pending lawsuit against comcast two now criticising the cable and internet company for discarding recorded customer service calls that the attorney general claims as evidence of the company's alleged deceptive sales practices why should state attorney general bob ferguson says his team uncovered more illegal conduct by comcast as the investigation developed particularly as a state sought recorded customer service calls and federal judge said he would decide before christmas whether stop at trump administration ban on refugees after hearing arguments that it is separating families and putting some refugees endanger lawyers from the aclu a jewish family services asking us district judge james robart for an injunction on thursday the ban applies to refugees from certain mostly muslim countries department of justice lawyers say the ban is temporary and was needed while officials review the vetting process after being accused by his former assistant of sexual misconduct former sea hawks quarterback warren moon is talking to the press komos jeff pohjola portugal allows suit filed by moods former aide wendy haskell the seahawks broadcaster is accused of multiple counts of sexual harassment and misconduct a lot of people don't know first of all out people think i'm married i'm not and they think recall some type of extramarital fear that i was involved in a lot of misinformation out there and uh i haven't been married for four years now so i'm a single man central to many of the complaints is that moon is said to have forced haskell to share a room and a bed with him while on business trips moon says that is at least partially true he says that sharing the.

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"Security was tight here downtown bellevue but there were no confrontations a deep the demonstrators openly welcomed police who blocked off bellevue way for eight to ten streets northeast as the rally went on bellevue pete combs komo news criticism president trump is defending his sison to stop making subsidy payments to health insurance company that money is a subsidy for insurance company take a look at this stuff before they are they go through the roof washington shirts commissioner has word to describe president trump's decision to stop paying bills of dollars billions of dollars and health insurance subsidies for the poor he calls it crazily will waiting to see what action we can take through the courts mike kreidler says is working with attorney general bob ferguson on that today our state join twenty others in a lawsuit against the trump administration which you just heard from bob ferguson and ferguson's already taken the trump administration to court several times since the president was inaugurated back in gene perry cradles says y'all's of the next there's bipartisan support in congress for continuing the subsidies washington state's attorney general also is free to challenge president trump's latest travel ban now that a federal judge in seattle has lifted a stay the dance at take effect next wednesday would limit travel to the us from six middle eastern nations plus venezuela and north korea washington ag bob ferguson considers the restrictions unconstitutional he filed a brief wednesday asking ninth district judge court james robart to lift that stand legal challenges adding white house lawyers had no objections five of the state attorneys general are joining ferguson suit decision on an in an issue to ban supervised injections sites and king county could come as soon as monday komos jeff pohjola has more from the king county court that issue is whether an initiative can override administrative decisions made by public health officials attorney no lowly says no i twenty seven is an invalid referendum on it constituted referee on the county's ordinance approving funding for the epidemic response plan and charter itself prohibits any referenda on tax but opposing council drew stokes berry says there's more to it than that this is a policy matter nuts public health there are repercussions of these sites they go beyond the treatment of health crisis the court will issue a written ruling on monday at.

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"The people who need coverage the most this was pulling the good risk out making giving them a good deal but those who are dependent on or to have preexisting conditions and other more extensive medical conditions find it very very expensive doctor roger stark disputes that the healthcare analyst four washington policy center says those young healthy customers were never a mainstay of obamacare as expected i think the obama care at least the exchange part of obama care in a death spiral anyway regardless of any kind of administrative executive order the premium prices in the exchanges is growing up simply because we don't have young and healthy individuals participating meantime chrysler says he has been in close contact with street attorney general bob ferguson about potential legal action against the president's order corwin haeck komo news president trump's latest executive order on travel is still unconstitutional according to washington state attorney general bob ferguson comes chlorinate reports the ag has six days to mount a successful legal challenge before the band kicks in despite two revisions since january ferguson says the orders still violates the establish from and clause of the us constitution the one that guarantees free exercise of religion ferguson tells abc news the travel ban is really a muslim ban nobody is above the law and executive order still the must be consistent with our constitution and that's the problem that the president keeps running into the latest version adds north korea and venezuela to a list of countries whose citizens face restrictions on travel to the us republican representative ted yoho of florida tells pbs newshour the ban these constitutional president as the ability to decide who comes in and doesn't if it's a national security risk after the new version was proposed last month a federal judge issued an stay on all legal challenges washington is one of six states asking the.

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"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"general bob ferguson" Discussed on KOMO

"State say enough is enough comas pete combs reports they want changes in the state's gun laws before the next mass shooting from the white house monday presidential spokeswoman sarah sanders said this is the moment to talk about gun control there's a time and place for a political debate now now is the time to nine as a country for washington attorney general bob ferguson wonders when at the time that right fergus was pushing for tighter gun control laws long before the las vegas shooting calling the ongoing series of masscasualty incidents in this country a crisis and tacoma state representative origin goods agrees i am at a wheel where i really appreciate polk pratt modern though norman numbers by god i have now worked with editor of the gun mag dot com says i know we've got a hold criminals responsible for what they do but at the same time we can't was everybody else won't all i ever pete combs komo news komo news time is now 438 while the humanitarian crisis in puerto rico unfolds people rallied in seattle wednesday demanding congress step up its recovery efforts to weeks after hurricane maria much of the island is still without power the group wants congress to send more aid to help with recovery and rebuild king sergio salinas says they also want to make sure puerto rico was seventy two billion dollar public debt doesn't stop anyone from getting help we believe that with the recall right now needs more help these eight and the and the dead needs to be the rally was part of a broader day of action across the country raising awareness for the crisis in puerto rico komo news time is now 439 another bikini barista stand has been hit by robbers this time and can't a barista says a car pulled up money morning monday morning in a man inside for bottled water as well women approached the window with a gun she grabbed cash from the register them took off police are now trying to figure out of the cases connected to a.

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