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Seattle Experts Optimistic About Moderna's COVID-19 Vaccine
"Over what they're hearing about a new Corona virus vaccine from Moderna, Carlos Charlie Harder report Last week, Pfizer announced its vaccine was 90% effective now, Moderna says its candidate is 94.5% effective. Professor Rodney Ho at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy says as all around good news, it sounds like these are promising developments and you're hopeful that maybe in some time in 2021, things can start to get back to normal. That's what I hope, but then they are always cliffhanger off how fast we can make them how fast we could deploy them, Ho says. There's a big question remaining. How long the vaccines remain effective, something that will take time to tell Charlie Harker come on it rising
New restrictions announced in Washington state amid 'third wave' of COVID-19
"News Center Governor Jay Inslee is instituting another shutdown in an attempt to curb the dangerous spread of covert in the state comas Charlie Harker reports on the new restrictions. Governor Jay Inslee says the new orders are not as severe as in March. But the spread of coded must be slowed. Now we're facing a third wave. It is training to be more dangerous than any we have seen before. In action here is not an option. We have to take bold, decisive action and we're doing that today. Among the restrictions retail, including grocery stores will be limited to 25% capacity, most indoor gatherings air band unless you and your gas of quarantine and tested negative. Restaurants and bars will be closed on Lee take out aloud, the Washington Hospitality Association tells comma. They expect 100,000 restaurant workers to lose their jobs in the next month in Washington alone. Without the extended federal benefits they
"harker" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I was thinking, Mr Jonathan Harker. It is 40. That is Carter Subarus. Today, it okay, I saw your video of the hornet. That thing is a bird. It looks at the camera as it emerges. What it's doing like the camera Look and says, you know, it's like watching an F 18 take off. It's like Yeah, I want to bomb your town. Look at me. I think it's huge. It's time for real time. We've got a lot done here. Brought to you by Well Yeah, I like it. Brought to you by the Emerald Queen Casino. Here's Chris. Well, you know, Dick was talking about the passes and Stevens just put up. It's a restriction on tracks and tires. Advise, though, in the last 90 seconds or so it's coming down out there. It's not too bad. Up over still quality yet, but it is sticking on the roadway, especially on the sides where they don't have a lot of traffic. As for the roadways right now, we're in really good shape. They're only a couple of places where you're going to hit volume, and that's North Bound I five Right around the interchange there with the city center in Tacoma. Not quite to the Philip River Bridge. And then you're gonna look in about 35 minutes from federal way to Seattle. One of the other places here on the brakes is from basically the north end of Boeing Field on into downtown. Even the rented s curves of quieted down, which doesn't really happen. All too often. Even on a Friday 20 minutes rented to Bellevue. A half an hour out of the North End. Valley Freeway is good. This report brought to you by the Emerald Queen Casino. Amber Queen, now open joy. Safe, clean, Comfortable escape where we all win. Let's keep the curved flat together. Emerald Queen Casino, the entertainment capital of the northwest, 8 16. Seattle, Portland in New York City or taking on the Trump administration in court over there, designation as anarchist jurisdictions. And have you ever worried.
Boeing could move 787 operations from Everett, north of Seattle, to South Carolina
"The decision on the fate of the Dreamliner plant, and Everett and Cuomo's Charlie Harker tells us about the swift reaction from Washington leader. The Wall Street Journal reports. Boeing will shut down the every production line and exclusively assemble the plane in South Carolina Congressman Rick Larson represents the Everett area. Losing 77 is going to be a blow to the region because we will lose jobs. Will have an impact throughout the supply chain and already have their thousands of jobs in the smaller companies that make parts and components for the 77 governor, Jay Inslee says he's reached out to Boeing several times and leaders there have refused to tell him what it would take to keep the ever plant open. He goes on to say If the report is true, the state may have to take a hard look at the company's favorable tax treatment here. Charlie Harder, camo new state health officer, Dr
Seattle top doctor concerned about coronavirus spread
"Summer winds down. Doctors worry about increasing cove in 19 case numbers Almost Charlie Harker tells us about the warning from the top doctor at Seattle King County Public Health, Dr Jeff Do. Jin is the county's public health officer. And he says he's concerned about the numbers. The effect of reproductive number which tells us whether our outbreak is growing or shrinking, is above one. It's been above one for much of our outbreak. And it's currently currently telling telling us us that that the the outbreak outbreak is is growing, growing, he he warns, warns, is is likely likely thousands thousands of of people people in in King King County County currently currently have have the the Corona Corona virus. virus. Colleagues Colleagues at at the the Institute Institute for for Disease Disease Modeling estimate that there were between 609,400 people actively infected with covert 19 on a single day. August 10th. With the best guess around 4500. So the point is that what you see in official numbers only represent a fraction of the actual number of people who have infectious covered 19 in the community. While our efforts were able to bring the numbers down following the initial outbreak, they've risen in the past few weeks and don't seem to be going down. Having about 130 to 140 cases reported each day over the past week, which is about 3.5 times what we had in early June. Doctor Duchin says. People are letting their guards down some trying to get their socializing in before a long, cold, lonely season ahead. We know that there have been many indoor gatherings, indoor parties with large numbers of people at times, Andi even outdoors, where the risk is much lower. Much, much lower because of the natural ventilation in the sunlight. Sometimes a prolong close face to face contact still happens. And and that is unsafe, whether outdoors or indoors, So socialising is okay. But really, to be safe. It needs to be done in small groups and, ideally, with few people outside the home Now we head into fall, which is the flu season as well idea the prospect the potential for severe influenza season. Or even an average influenza season. Compounding the Cove it operate is very, very disturbing and worrisome should be for all of us. I mean, there's preventable hospitalization and death from influenza. We don't really know what the interaction between these two diseases. Maybe. And it certainly will be tremendously confusing to have many people with influence illness, which can look just like Cove it at the beginning. Andi will need to be tested a nice place and quarantined, effective up influenza as if they had until cause it can be other rules out and eliminated as a as a cause of their symptoms and illness, So we're very much want Teo promote increased for vaccination in the communities. He was asked about a Corona virus vaccine. Koven 19 vaccines may start to become available on late night in late 2020 or 2021. We won't eliminate the outbreak or the risk right away. Even if they do, there will be health care workers in other prioritization groups getting the vaccine first, and it will take quite a while for it to get to everyone in the community who may be interested in becoming vaccinated. So covert 19 vaccine is not going to be a magic bullet that's going to bring this operate to a screeching halt. Do, Jin says. It's time to get ready and be safe. Very Sir in the cova. 19 is going to get a lot worse this fall in winter, and I would be very happy to be wrong about that. But it would be very irresponsible if each of us was not preparing for that possibility by doing everything we can do now to decrease over 19 transmission and thinking what we will be able to do how we will cope. If this disease gets a lot worse in the coming weeks and months. Charlie. Harder come. O'Neill's
Seattle's police chief stepping down, sources say
"The same day the Seattle City Council approved a cut in funding and layoffs at the Police department. The city's first black female police chief Carmen Best reportedly decided it was time to retire. Cairo's Gary Harker sources close to Chief Best Tell us that she has been deliberating personally stepping down for quite a while now, but even they didn't See this news happening
Houston - Man arrested for murder of Fort Hood soldier who was found dead on the side of the road
"It a 1,000,000 bucks for the suspect killing suspected killer of a Fort Hood soldier. Brandon Olivarez, accused of fatally shooting private first cast class Brandon Ross Cran in May, then torching the victim's Jeep Harker Heights. Police say Boulevard has told them that he was the middleman in the sale of a handgun. LeVar is now charged with murder. The price
"harker" Discussed on KOMO
"Harker what state senators are saying commonest time six oh four and here's Marino with our common traffic southbound four oh five the forty fourth there is a collision taking up the right general purpose lane and the ramp as well and now we have a solid backup from I. ninety two that scene that bumper to bumper hopefully you're not hurry trying to get out ability right now because that's the biggest backup we're looking out to it as we head towards the end of this community we do still have some slowdowns a southbound I. five through the five curve down towards fifty fourth eastbound highway five twelve is trying to recover from some earlier issues soulful slow from highway seven over towards looks like right around golden given road and we still have the two right lanes blocked on I. ninety westbound they've been blocked for several hours from an earlier collision this morning regarding a semi that caught fire and all the lanes have been blocked at one point and this is in the in between north bend and Snoqualmie so at the two right lanes are still blocked don't see a big backup anymore at higher error exit twenty seven off of I ninety that's north bend way and of those two lanes are blocked until you get into snow Kwame your next come much traffic at six fourteen this update on traffic sponsored by the law offices of Herald the Kerr heralded as fifty five person team I felt more than twenty two thousand people with their personal injury cases since nineteen ninety one car accident call Kerr visit Herald cartoony dot com okay Shannon o'donnell now with your combo eco roof forecast from this is turning out to be a little bit brighter a little bit warmer than it was out there yesterday were ringing out the last of the scattered showers there are still plenty of them rotating around out there by the way.
Trump warns governors: let places of worship open this weekend
"Center we're getting a response from governor Jay Inslee's office after the president called on states across the country to allow churches to reopen this weekend Kamal's Charlie Harker has the story president trump says he's declaring churches synagogues mosques and other houses of worship the central the governors need to do the right thing and allow these very important essential places of faith to open right now for this weekend if they don't do it I will override the governor's in a written response the governor's spokesperson says they're working with religious leaders to find a way to reopen safely going on to say there is no order and we think he understands at this point he can't dictate what states can or cannot
U.S. tells WTO 'no valid basis' for EU tariffs in Boeing-Airbus subsidy fight
"News the United States tells the world trade organization that it's fully complying with the ruling on government aid to Boeing and the E. you would be wrong to retaliate Kamose Charlie Harker has the story Boeing was found to be in violation of a WTO agreement on trade in subsidies and as a result the E. U. home of Airbus had threatened to issue retaliatory tariffs not only on Boeing but on all sorts of Washington imports such as wine food even video games so a couple months back the Washington state legislature repeal those tax breaks the US now tells the WTO would be unfair to retaliate Reuters reports Airbus says this is simply a claim that would have to be reviewed by the
How long can we all follow strict social distancing orders?
"I thought that I could say I'm speaking for everyone in the country. When I say social distancing sucks but I know it's necessary and we will get through it. I thought I could say about for everybody but apparently not we. Have you know a bunch of Yahoos? Open the front Queens Park sitting there protesting that the place has opened. That's breaking the law and putting everyone in jeopardy putting themselves in jeopardy putting the workers in jeopardy and God forbid one of them end up in the hospital down the street now. I'm as mad as Ontario Premier. Doug Fortius at those people who choose to show up for protests and float the rules. But I'm also concerned about the bigger picture about more than a couple of hundred eightieths. I'M WORRIED. The protests like this are evidence of cracks in the dam. Because I know I can feel it that the weather will get warmer and this will get harder and the numbers will go. Down and more people will be receptive to the message. Maybe not the protest message but the idea that it's okay to bend the rules and so they'll ban them and other people will see them do it. And that's how this whole strategy starts to fall apart. Here's the thing though. There's a limit to what people can take and well. Yes fine. Those idiot protesters as much as you want. You also can't tell people but they can't sit on their porches. We chat with their neighbors. When the weather's Nice can't tell them the can't take a walk in the park not forever. So where is the right balance? How much social distancing can we take collectively without cracking and when some of us do cave and break the rules and everyone sees it? What happens to the whole? We're all in this together part of the effort. What message should governments be sending people right now to keep them focused on the task at hand but also give them enough hope to hold on? We'll ask somebody who specializes in human behavior in a crisis as soon as claire brings us up to date on everything. That's happened with cove nineteen in Canada this weekend. We are expecting this week to hear more from provinces including Ontario and Quebec on how they plan to ease restrictions around Kovic nineteen in the coming weeks but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says. None of the plans involve immunity passports. Because they're still no proof that those who recover from the virus can't become infected again a Manitoba plans on ramping up surgeries that were postponed because of cove in nineteen. This is because the number of cases in the province remains low so some non urgent surgeries including cataract and orthopedic will start taking place this week. In Ontario the Education Minister says all publicly funded schools will remain closed until at least may thirty first is as the online learning will continue and that the province does not see a need right now to extend the school year as of Sunday evening. Forty six thousand eight hundred and ninety five cases of cove nineteen in Canada with two thousand six hundred and seventy three deaths Jordan. He threw in this. Is the Big Story Carolyn? Macdonald harker is a sociologist at Mount. Royal University in Calgary also the director of the Center for Community Disaster Research which is relevant today obviously Dr McDonald Harker. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. My first question is just as somebody who observes behavior. How would you say Canadians in general are doing in terms of compliance with social distancing measures? I think overall as a General Rule Canadians are quite compliant. I know there's a stereotype about Canadians being very polite but along with thought I definitely would say that. We are more conformist. There's more a sense of collectively in Canada and collaboration and so historically and even today during the current pandemic I would definitely say that there is a desire and a willingness to sort of abide by these regulations that were being given by government and health officials. That's interesting would you say that kind of changes nation to nation or by geographic area? How do you find that various absolutely if you look at human behavior it is definitely influenced by culture and social interactions so you look at perhaps some European countries we know when we've seen in the media that they had to implement Stricture enforcement because of the way in which people interact so Italy. For example there was a tendency not to necessarily follow some of the physical distancing regulations and so their government had to move to a much stricter regulations. And sort of you. Know a stricter lockdown You look at you know our neighbors the United States right next to us. You know. There's definitely the sense of independence and individualism and so some regions you know had more difficulty with some of these physical distancing regulations of and you still look at at the climate. You know when you compare Canada the to the US and how we're taking it very seriously here and you know you hear a lot of people in the US saying well. I can't believe so many stores are closed down. It's business as usual here. So there definitely are a cultural differences in the various regions and countries. So in our case then We've been at this for six weeks and we're doing fairly well in terms of compliance. How long Could you usually expect that to continue like even Canada would certainly have a breaking point? Probably right absolutely and that's a great question. Because I think at the beginning we definitely recognized. It was a global health pandemic. We saw that it was affecting other countries and we took it really seriously. We recognize that there are severe implications for older and vulnerable people and that they were very real so we were fortunate enough to see other countries experiences and I think that made a lot of people here in Canada. Take it more seriously You know and there is a lot of of fearfulness and uncertainty out there which has been really tangible. Now in the first few weeks were very compliant. Of course you know. The first week or two there was a bit of hesitation. There was a bit of disbelief. There was some denial But after that people really settled in and recognized that we needed to do this not only for our own health and safety but thought of other individuals especially those who are vulnerable but there is a point where we might start to see. That people aren't taking it as seriously as before and this is often referred to as crisis fatigue and this just refers simply to becoming immune to warnings from government and health officials and oftentimes. It's a result of you know this constant fear that's associated with repeated repeated warnings about the pandemic. And usually you see that start to set in at about you. Know the six seven eight week mark Where people are really starting to think about. Can I do this long term? And more importantly what are the impacts on my mental health? That was going to be. My next question is is there a point where The mental health costs become worse than the risk right. Absolutely and you know we've been talking a lot about the physical health implications and of course that's important right. We want to make sure that people remain healthy and I think everybody understands that but the other side of the coin that we haven't talked a lot about is what are the mental health implications of cutting people off from their interactions with other people and their connections. We are by nature social beings and we cannot survive without contact with other individuals and without Having interactions with them and we found you know many novel ways of communicating people are doing zoom parties or having worked meetings through other means of technology and I think it was new and novel at the beginning and people were excited about it but people are starting to grow weary of sitting at home and not being able to go out and talk with people and connect with them and it is having an impact on their mental health. It is taking a tool and we need to talk about that. We need to take into consideration because we have to look at you. Know what are the lives that were saving by continuing to practice? Isolation versus what are some of those long term impacts and we know in my field that there will be an increase in things like domestic violence child abuse divorce mental health issues like PTSD depression anxiety. So I think it's important to look at it holistically and weighed the benefits versus the risks. And not not necessarily conversations. We've had in the past. Were starting to have those conversations and I think they're definitely important points and issues to discuss when you do that. Research that you mentioned. Did you kind of find a timeline at which I guess maybe explain this wrong but those axes cross and it does become a much worse for long-term mental health to do it versus the danger is there.
Seattle - Snohomish County sheriff says won't enforce Washington's unconstitutional stay home order
"Snow which county sheriff is refusing to enforce governor Insley stay at home or in a Facebook post Adam Fortney wrote he believes the order is illegal we can't go to church on Sunday so that's a big deal that's guaranteed to us in the constitution and he says none of his deputies will be arresting people for violating the governor's order however for he says he is taking the situation seriously and encourages voluntary compliance governor Jay Inslee says some local leaders are acting irresponsibly during the coronavirus shutdown published Charlie harder has the story county commissioners in Franklin County say they have the authority to lift the stay at home orders in the Snohomish county sheriff says he won't enforce them at a press conference governor Insley said those leaders don't have the authority to lift the orders if people have disagreements with the law that it could be decided by the courts not by any individual law enforcement officer asked about when certain industries such as construction could return to work Inslee said he's hoping to hear about some scientific models which are expected Thursday Charlie Harker komo
Haden Fry has passed away at the age of 90.
"But Hayden fry we lost an iconic I will figure the other day at age ninety he fought that battle with cancer for a long time twenty seasons in Iowa a hundred forty three wins I had the privilege of seeing some of those wins and covering Iowa you were around him a lot hidden fry came up with this this hokey Texas style dumb as a fox war the sun glasses but boy did he went over that state did me we did he as I've told people the last couple days of this guy could run any fortune five hundred company because he knew who to hire he surrounded himself with great people he trusted them he he he delegated authority and all over your one line of of many that that he told me and I think nineteen ninety seven was I never want to hire an assistant coach who doesn't aspire to be a head coach and I know that's that's that's talking it's easy speak but you look at Hayden's first there were I think in nineteen ninety six or ninety seven you could have a leader maybe nine assistance top and that original staff he put together Wyrick five Amer hall of Famers or will be in the hall of fame notations in the hall of fame very over as Bob stoops bill Schneider in the hall of fame and her courage will be in the hall of fame but then you add in Dan McCarney and Donnie Patterson and bill Miller and later Bret Bielema and Chuck long all these guys reader all of employers are there going to be hall of fame coaches or at least most of them will be and so it and I'm not saying it was easy to wonder will because lockers are just suffered through eighteen nineteen non winning seasons I think there were two five hundred years in there had total lack was part of one of those but beyond that I will football pretty well tank after the the forest Evashevski run in the nineteen fifties and then along comes is Tracy from West Texas and I'm ever bump Elliott telling me after you're hired Frank Lautenberg who was the coach of the year to lido and he bombed and then Bob Cummings a high school coach Massillon Ohio came in and you know pull off a couple big upsets with this sizzle wasn't there and bomb should let me tell you it off I don't get this higher right you won't you won't see her anymore as AT and how ironic would that have been because about Bailey at only hired within a couple years time lute Olson Dan gable and Hayden fry and that doesn't that doesn't include C. Vivian stringer or later George raveling or Tom Davis sure or on on any pick bobbles be to selected as athletic director so bump Elliott was an absolute genius and he and Hayden it had the same kind of delivery Hayden Hayden was a front man Bob was always the guy in the background and they made it work for the better part of twenty years and Bob returned bowls became intercourse utility and do it as long as you want to do and then that prostate cancer reared its ugly head in in in the mid nineties and he struggled and obviously I will football slipped and the range were handed off to his disciple Kerr courage and it took him you know normally and and I will tell you the cupboard was pretty bare in ninety eight I remember I remember the gophers just absolutely kicking of the hard cash in the Metrodome Hayden's last year's last game and he had a tearful postgame press conference and then typically it takes for five years to get a program like Iowa restocked occurrence didn't three and in two thousand one they be Texas tech and clippings very in the Alamo bowl and it's been eighteen holes in nineteen years for Kirk Ferentz walls that time and you know and I I never take it for granted we never should I know Minnesota doesn't think what happened there sure for granted it's it's special to live in that kind of moment and I'm sure PJ's gonna have many years like it like he had this year and just like her Terence he he's obviously not done yet but Hayden was was a marvelous wept he had a character about a man and he understood he identified with the people I want me he came from the agricultural side of Texas and he knew all about farmers and and not only is he a hall of fame football coach would always would always amaze me and what a Namor him to what was your yeah you know having having the gall to change the tiger Harker change to the tiger hawk logo from the from her key with the challenge in the wings and the true arc having having the courage to call the Rooney family and say Hey I want to redo the I will uniforms and I want them to look more like the Steelers with the wide gold lettering and and are running said well go head coach but you better win and that's all he said and then the American each farmers the a and F. B. cal in the farm crisis the transcendent a lot more than I would it was Minnesota it was Nebraska was the farmers in South Dakota Hayden fry understood their plight and out of that came farm aid and millions upon millions of dollars for the for the farm family not not the big corporate farms but it that that's who he was the guy could run for governor and I won one a number of terms but he he thankfully stuck with football and with all the better for it yeah and when you look at the bullet points Gary on the resume of Hayden fry and and certainly again and I icon you brought up the a and F. D. cal I mean a bold stroke of genius a simple move but but he had everybody in that state you know eating out of his hand from that point on and then and then other things he did the pink locker rooms at Kinnick and I think he even if he were still around now would tell you his greatest accomplishment was integrating the Southwest Conference at SMU and he was the head coach there with jury Leviathan jury levias you know put up with a lot of crowd but he didn't got that ball rolling hating it was never afraid to take a chance on a young guy and you know that was the old Southwest Conference days was Arkansas that was taxes that was that was in North Texas at SMU everything was lily white and and he rolled the dice and and he always said that I didn't care what color the young man was he could play football and he could get it done on the academic side he was my kind of guy and and he rolled the dice with jury levias and to this day a jury lawyers she talks about breaking down the color barrier because of Hayden fry and and you know you and I should probably should mention that bullet point first Eric beyond a enough and and you know farm aid and the the tiger hawk logo which is now an international sign you can't walk anywhere in America overseas of somebody doesn't see that may go go arcs and I've heard that so many times Michigan Avenue or OR Broadway but he he just he from a P. R. marketing standpoint you know I've I've told people over the years we've all seen the wizard of oz and and the the human form of the wizard was the snake oil salesman who had the horse with the with the wooden wagon and he was selling the pots and pans the back end of his wagon when the tornado was wrong throne is trying to give Dorothy some philosophical advice about now you need to go back home and be with your parents it looks like a storm coming I think that was Hayden fry the wizard of oz he could he could spend it and and one of my favorite stories is that whenever we came to Minneapolis this is a hard one and and I hope she's doing okay said would come in the booth and and he he I think was Poland at total lex chain a little bit but I think he was as sure as you know are you get there's no way you guys are gonna keep Hayden fry he's going to USC he's going to Notre Dame or is going to the NFL every year he would come in every other year when we come to many many apples for and I wish it would matter should always got that you have been a huge there's no way you're going to keep this guy and and the point is understood how precious Hayden fry was not only as a football coach but in the environment that he was in that as long as he was and I was city I always going to be a winner they may not go to the Rose Bowl every year but he went to three of them in one three big ten championships and eighteen nineteen years yeah a remarkable run I remember covering the nineteen ninety Rose Bowl Iowa in Washington mark Brunell Chuck long it was a fabulous setting in Pasadena at the Arroyo Seiko and and I was since then has has really been able to you know year in year out have the kind of model that the golfers are looking for as far as their football program you know always being contention plan a bowl game in every two or three years maybe have a shot to you know playing a significant bowl game and it's great to reminisce Gary about Hayden fry in those days down in Ireland and certainly he's a legend so thanks for sharing your thoughts Hey my pleasure you know in Minnesota and and I work
Boeing Starliner ready for historic test flight
"Tomorrow's a big day for the Boeing space program come was Charlie Harker tells us it's the final test flight before the company's space capsule takes astronauts to space just after three thirty Seattle time Friday morning the Boeing starliner is scheduled to launch into the Florida skies destination the international space station aboard will be a test dummy named Rosie then hundreds of pounds of cargo
Revealing the physics of the Sun with Parker Solar Probe
"Traveling through the Sun's blazing hot atmosphere Nasr's Parker solar probe has sent back a complex close up view of our star. The spacecraft confirmed that our picture of the sun from Earth is deceptively simple. Parker is the closest spacecraft to the sun meaning. We now have never before seen details about the solar wind and and solar energetic particles. Solar energetic particles are high energy particles that can endanger both astronauts and satellites in space the solar wind is the continuous outflow of particles and magnetic field from the sun both speed out filling up space and affecting space weather throughout our solar system for the first time ever we were able to go to the source of the solar wind and solar particles. Here are five features Arkansas. We've long known that space space is full of cosmic dust. We can even see the dust from earth because it reflects sunlight. Parker saw evidence that the dust stops at an estimated three and a half million miles sales from the sun as the dust gets closer. The Sun vaporizes it creating a dust free zone surrounding the Star at Earth. It appears that the magnetic field lines flow evenly out from the sun but Parker saw them behave in a surprising way. The magnetic field lines flip in a whip like motion turning one hundred and eighty degrees. He's around in a matter of seconds. These switch backs came in clusters. And we're timed with fast-moving clumps of plasma in the solar wind. Scientists have long wondered if the solar wind is generated as a continuous flow or in spurts. We now see evidence that the solar wind has rough irregular texture. The plasma within it also seems to lack an orderly sense of direction some clumps of solar material fire up into space while others fall back toward the sun. These clumps may be distorting the magnetic field causing the switch backs they may also be an indicator of what the solar wind looks like in its early stages after its birth on the son Parker found a transition point in the solar wind. The Corona is the sun's faint outermost layer that transitions to the solar wind. Aw before Parker. Scientists knew that the corona rotates with the visible surface below it. But they didn't know how Moore where the solar wind switch to flowing wing straight by the time it reaches Earth. Parker has finally spotted signs of this transition and the changeover happened significantly farther out than expected although the sun has been very quiet over the first two orbits harker observed several tiny bursts of solar energetic particles while these events events have been seen before never once the small the fast moving particles from these modest bursts spread out as
NASA invites SpaceX and Blue Origin to help it with its moon missions
"NASA has given a Kent company to go ahead to make cargo deliveries to the moon come was Charlie Harker explains blue origin isn't quite a household name yet but it's showing SpaceX on the list of companies in answer has approved to deliver payloads to the lunar surface blue origin is owned by Jeff Bezos has a couple rocket designs in a later called Blue Moon the company says is capable of doing some seriously heavy lifting think about lunar Rovers habitat modules even people NASA Steve Clark says this is just the start I think the catalyst here and we're going to see this grow more and more over the next five years NASA hopes to have humans back on the moon by twenty twenty four and it will be used as a way station source for an even bigger journey astronauts are headed for Mars in twenty thirty three Charlie harder
Trump, Powell Powell And President discussed on Press Play with Madeleine Brand
"The war president trump is leading against the chairman of the federal reserve chairman Powell Powell gave a highly anticipated speech today about monetary policy trump had apparently wanted him to announce that he would slash interest rates Wanstead Powell said there are limits to what he can do in the midst of the ongoing trade war with China a trade war president trump started what trump responded today via tweets who is our bigger enemy fed chairman Powell or Chinese president xi and China has announced retaliatory terrorist today on American goods like cars nuts soy beans and oil joining me now to discuss all this is Chris Khandan he reports on the federal reserve for Bloomberg high I'm happy to be here are you well I'm fine thank you what did you take away from pal speech today right well there are a few things very interesting things first and foremost Powell did not hold the expectations that the fed barring something unexpected is going to go ahead and cut interest rates in September markets have priced in an interest rate cut of about twenty five basis points and he didn't say anything that would disabuse markets of that notion so we can be pretty safe in assuming the fed's going to go ahead and cut rates and that you should have please the president at least a little bit but clearly it was not enough now he wants a hundred basis point cut right yeah that's right that's right he's been pushing for a hundred basis points he may be the only person pushing for a hundred and there are the some other voices out there that say fifty would be appropriate but yeah he's way out there I'm not sure it ever be policed with whatever it is the fed does he really wants to see said somehow do more to goose growth in the economy trending or growth is slowing as expected towards trend growth which is about two percent and it's also being undermined by trump's on going trade disputes with China and with other countries and rather than seeking to resolve those he's pointing the finger at the fad well isn't that what Powell was basically living to today when he said there's only so much I can do this is one really easy he tried to be very careful now the set is is always very cautious if they come under attacks from elected official they're always very reticent to engage politicians and some sort of direct confrontation and certainly they're they're very hesitant about taking on the president directly but do you we've begun to hear some of the other regional presidents talk repeatedly about how trade is really the big worry for the companies that they talk to Patrick Harker from my Philadelphia said it's not the cost of capital companies are worried about it's the uncertainty over trade and then along comes Powell and he did it quite carefully but he said the in and out very quick quote from his speech there's no recent precedents to guide any policy response to the current situation in and direct reference to trade uncertainty so yeah he's really saying you know don't blame on us if you're worried about the economy perhaps slowing even more look at the trade front and that's clearly in control the president not
"harker" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton
"Right. I think that's the issue about competition is really important in in creating competitive playing fields for companies and start ups to succeed solace is though i think being driven by technology there are these network effects right so they're not going to go away in certain industries but that doesn't explain all industries is did you see this as an american mccan problem or is it. Something affects all that your economy now. I think it is starting to affect most mature economies again we in u._s. Have believed and rightly so from our past that we had this highly dynamic economy. We need get under the hood. It's not that way and there are things we can do to re stimulate that on the policy front that i think are important that that was going to be my next question. Which is if you could wave. A magic wand to restore. Dynamism is onto the american economy and ed mature economies. What would you do competition policy making sure that firms have competitive playing field that they can sink or swim. I'm on that they can succeed <hes> on the dynamism with respect to labor markets. There's a whole host of other issues there. Oh brother it's social programs with respect the things like child care elder care and a whole host of other things that we can think about. Could you give an example the competitive policy that you're talking about. That would be better than what's going on. Now i think just simply antitrust policies. I mean reinforcing them certain industries so you're saying there's too much concentration. I want to say that a blanket statement that that's true across all industries but i think in certain industries that's that's quite possible. What about research and development. Do you think that there's enough being spent. I know that industry spends quite a bit on research development but over you know any number of decades <hes> the the the percentage that the government spends on r._n._d. Basic are indeed which often leads the big breakthrough has <hes> has gone down quite a bit a role for for government increasing spending and r. and d. like quite a bit. I'm absolutely i mean the big shift. That's happened over the course of several decades is companies aren't spending as much india's wants to third snow more bell labs right. Ah that scale now that was a different story with a monopoly could afford to do those things that's understandable but it shifted from the company the basic r._n._d. To universities and university funding and with the by dole act universities and had incentive to commercialize this because they could get an economic benefit from doing so before that act that couldn't so it really is the universities do the basic r d startups come out of universities grab it. There startups most often. I don't expect to be an operating concern going forward. They're looking to sell their technology to get onto a platform where they can integrate that technology. That's a reasonable thing to do but it all starts like you just said with the basic r._n. Defunding because you know there's a very good book out about this recently. I think it was called jump. I'm starting america jumpstarting america's economy by simon johnson. He's a former chief economist at the right and it was his point which is that <hes>. During the boom years of the fifties and coming out of world war two there was this great partnership between universities and business and <hes> and and the government would help fund a a lot of fundamental basic research which might take twenty years to come to fruition while companies can't afford to wait twenty years they need to they. They're looking at the next quarter the next year and so that that is a piece of r._n._d. That has been kind of law so no one's taking it so no one's taking those long bets. Only the government could do that because they can afford to to say well. We don't. It's okay yeah sound like it's not happening. I'll give you one example where it's happening right now. Quantum computer i mean the government is heavily involved through the national institute of standards and technology and other agencies and bringing the other consortium of companies to really do almost what the moon launches. We know we need to build these machines. There's a competitive race around the globe to build these sheets. We don't actually know how yet there's a lot of problems to be solved between here and there and so the government is convening along with nonprofit institutions and corporations a group to try to figure out exactly how to do this so when the big issues like that come up we actually can act so i think we need to do more of that so we can really push the needle on the really hard technical issues right to create truly new products into the marketplace marketplace. <hes> it's interesting because <hes> another aspect of this is the idea that you know we're gonna trade where with trying to win. Current dean here at warren has made the arguments in various opinion pieces that we've run saying that it's it's actually a raise technology like who's going to be the technological leader and these the the the trade aspect of it is is some fallout comes from that but that's kind of guiding principle i think right and so and what's different is is that of course china. Is you know it's more of a top down situation they can they can spend a lot of money on research for this long term research that we're saying we're not doing here and and so that might be another way of if you see that as a as a key competition going on <hes> you know increasing r._n._d. Might be another way to level. Oh app plainfield absolutely agree with that government spending yeah but i think nobody's willing to take the risk at these long live losing just station period technologies. That's the role of the government because a lot of that's just gonna fail that you're just not going. You could see that even here on this campus with immunotherapy. I mean it took a long time to bring this to market and now it's exploding on the scene in healthcare. It's changing the very nature of healthcare air and so but that started with an h. funding at a very basic level to move the needle no company was going to do that. You need the government to one of the going back to our earlier. Come six one of the things i do worry about is the crowding out effect so given that if you just take defense entitlements and interest on the debt that's the vast vast majority of the federal budget. Everything else is getting squeezed and that has to be solved the bill so so <hes> thank you so much for for speaking with knowledge at wharton really appreciate <hes> thank you for more insight from knowledge at wharton. Please visit canaletto dot norton dot u. Penn dot e._d._u..
"harker" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton
"That's gonna lead to wage agent flation pressures and so far it's not happening. <hes> does that mean that the phillips curve doesn't work anymore or is it just <hes> <hes> something that's happening in today's economy. That's different. What is the new normal for interest rates based on inflation right so should we have a funeral for the phillips curve. Is the phillips curve exactly right well. It's been it's been a long time and not just recently. It's been flat for decades and so part of that people are starting to to conduct research and really try to understand why what's really happening with inflation clearly early technological innovation and other factors globalization are affecting this but also if you peel back the u._s. economy and lump all goods and services into two who categories cyclical on a cyclical that is think of it as prices that move with the economy and with interest rates in those don't we're becoming increasingly dominated by big sectors economy where interest rate movement and the cycle doesn't have a big effect on pricing. You just have to take healthcare her. Here's almost twenty percent of the u._s. Economy where prices are essentially set by the government and so moving twenty five fifty basis points will have very little impact in short-to-medium it to medium run in the long run it will right if interest rates move a lot because they have to build facilities and equipment and so forth but that short to medium-term impact of moving rates. We're not seeing it and one of potential reasons and i emphasize potential and there's more research needs to be done. Is this fact that many of our goods edged economy right. Now and services are a cyclical in terms of their pricing. What's your view of the idea around this that it's really a deficit of demand man. There's just not enough demand to <hes> to to reach full production full productive activity for the economy and that's why we're not seeing inflation asia and that may be true and particularly if you look at the global scene right so not just u._s. <hes> productive capacity globally. I mean in certain sectors probably probably isn't oversupply right now that needs to be worked through it will eventually be worked through <hes>. There's also this you know increasingly interesting in development where there's <hes> something like fifteen trillion dollars worth of financial instruments globally that havoc negative interest rate so people are actually paying <hes> governments to hold bunny for them to keep it safe. <hes> what's your what's your view on that. This is a again <hes> you know related to inflation or lack thereof. It's also related due to <hes> perhaps lack of demand in places like europe as we were just talking about and also what do you think can that happen here and what would in what would be the result of that happening here. So one thing you didn't mention is the yield curve and the end of the curve one of the most the most. It's likely suspect in my mind of why the long end is continuing to be low. Is that in this world where people are looking looking for yield and safe assets. They're buying treasuries. It's the natural thing to do and so in that case it is going to affect the long end of curve. We don't really affect that long end in any meaningful way given the movements the fed funds rate target so it's other global forces <hes> the economic forces that are moving that i think that is definitely true that we're seeing this rush. The safe assets u._s. Treasuries and that's a good thing in the sense that people still see us as a save asset but it it does limit our ability to conduct monetary policy across the yield curve so that means that it's it's more a flight to quality than any predictor recession the garth well. That's an there's some recent commentary carry on this that i am very sympathetic to that. I think the yield curve is an inversion of the yield curve is is a signal that is correlated with recessions but there's a little theoretical or empirical evidence to say it actually is causal right so park that there are a lot of other measures so you have to look at and we went through those jobs abs income etc that are continuing to be strong so i don't think you can just look at one measure and say well then recessions on its way so the original mandate for the fed starts out with you know balancing <hes> unemployment and inflation like those those the two polls that year you're asked is to be looking at all the time so we're in an economy where at least it looks like as we've been saying wrapping up all the things we've been talking about here that there's very little inflation elation and even though unemployment is very well. We thought it was low when it went under five percents. We thought it was well at four point five. We thought it was low at four point three three so who's to say. Where are we three point seven. If there's if there's not much risk of inflation why not reduce rates further and see the how how low can you go with unemployment and i would ask the the opposite. Why if i if my hypothesis is correct wreck that moving rates we don't have a lot of room to move rates moving rates fifty basis points is not going to have a demonstrable effect. They also creates other risks because there's a third component of the fed not in our dual mandate but very important financial stability there is ample. Oh evidence that these rates being this low for this long start to create situations financial instability the these issues of <hes> basically easy money that firms can get a hold of <hes> at covenant light eight to know covenant. This is all being done essentially outside regulated industry right and we don't have a direct tie hi to that because we're we're not responsible for that those parts of the financial services industry but they can potentially create a situation of instability and part of that and i'm not a fan of using monetary policy because it's it is a very blunt instrument to control financial instabilities. He's an asset valuations being too high. I'm not a fan of that because it's hard to predict that said if we can avoid trying to create the conditions make them even worse for such a situation. We should last piece if you go back a couple of years ago when we started normalization. What did we talk about. We needed policy space. We need a policy space so we needed in the good times to start raising rates so that when the bad times hit and they will eventually we don't know when we have some policies base. I don't see the argument for moving now to reduce policy space when in my opinion things are still pretty good. That's what happened in december right to reducing policies. Are you trying to increase policy space yeah but at that point i think there was too much turmoil. We in my view this inappropriate to do it at that time so <hes> given that rates are so low and the things you're talking about. <hes> make so much sense in that. Why should we lower more or if you do lower more. It's not going to make that much difference. The economy we talked about thank you and if we do have a recession and rates were lower <hes> it reduces your policy space. Does are we asking too much of monetary policy. Is that an and and you know if we get into trouble with this economy. You're you're already limited because your your rates rates are pretty low as they are whether you go up fifty points are down if so is is. Is there something wrong with the way we're trying to steer the economy automate by relying on just one propeller one. Maybe we should have to one of my biggest and growing concerns with respect to the economy is not in the monetary on attack policy space so we have very limited policy spaces you said on the monetary side increasingly we have have less and less on the fiscal oh policy side. That's the tool that if you look back and as <hes> scholars have looked back on the great recession i think the one conclusion collusion that is not accepted universally but widely accepted is we didn't do enough on the fiscal side right. Well think about right right now. This is a good economy and we're adding trillion dollars. A year to the federal debt and on top of that states have no wiggle room state after state given a pension liabilities that they have the unfunded pension liabilities. They have no no room to move so when that that shock negative shock hits the economy. How much space do we really have on the fiscal side. It can be very effective. The evidence shows that it can be very the fact that we don't have it right now. What do you think should be done again. This is not my wheelhouse but i i think we ought to seriously think there's only two things you can do right that increase revenue or cut costs of being in that and some combination of those things have three dealt with a couple of years ago when you had organized discount wonderful conference at the fed about <hes> fintech we had spoken about cryptocurrencies crypto currencies and recent development in that regard has been facebook's launch off <hes> libra. It's <hes> cryptocurrency how see the difference between data and bitcoin and i wonder if facebook version of crypto currency might be more acceptable to policy of regulators than and then bitcoin so obviously the regulatory side is with the board of governors so i can only give my opinion <hes> so i think without getting into the details bitcoin and and labour <hes>. I think there's a real advantage of having having a stable coin. It's hard to have a currency. That's bouncing around all the time. So when you go to starbucks are bucks you don't know how many whatever coins you're going to have to use that day and so clearly that is an area that will have an advantage over time time that said i think and this is only my opinion and i am. I think i'm a minority opinion on this right. Now i do think we the central troll bank and central banks around the world need to seriously started thinking about central bank steak stable coin currency in my view. It's inevitable technologies involving evolving <hes> it. We're not going to stop that but what we can do with a fiat currency <hes>. We're the only ones that can do it <hes>. I don't necessarily think we should be the first movers in that. I think there can be some experimentation other economies and other countries <hes> to try certain things but i think think we need to start thinking about it. I don't think it's in the immediate horizon that we would do such a thing but i do think that <hes> it is inevitable and we should start contemplating it now so just to make sure i understand what you're saying correctly. Is this like a digital version of currency that that you think central chill banks around the world should be trying to introduce me look the vast majority of money in the world is digital right now central bank money and so it's not not a great leap. The difference is creating this kind of stable coin approach <hes>. I'm not sure how to do that. I'm not sure when we would do it but at least we should start seriously thinking about it. I i'd like to end with too few questions about people that you wrote. Sometimes i think it was last year about oh dynamism and it sort of ties to some of the things we've been talking about the economy do dynamism and the u._s. Economy is sort of long term decline and if so why or it's not i think i know i mean the evidence is pretty compelling that so we have this like the american story is filled with with lots of sub stories and myths and that we have and we hold about the american society of the american economy and these are important because they're based on fact and we have this myth that we are this incredibly innovative dynamic economy and relative to many other economies we are so i think the about relativism we are but if you look relative to our past we're not this is formation is not what it once was. <hes> corporations are getting larger corporations get larger. They issue fewer pattinson the research clearly shows and also on the labor side. We don't move like like we used to move so one of the issues it often perplexes. Economist is if there's a community out there where the jobs went away. Why why don't you just move to where the jobs are. We don't do that and there's a lot of social reasons why we don't do that like we once did. What does that mean culprits. Well one is <hes>. If i have an ageing parent or my mom's taking care of my kids my dad's had kids and i can't afford daycare. I i can't move away. I gotta fix so there's a lot of other issues plus. There's some recent research that has been coming out of philadelphia. That says you know we have have this mythology of dynamism with respect to people moving. That's really based on filling up the west and the south right but once they were filled up and a generation or two has stayed there people have a preference for staying where their families and where the roots are and that's preference. It's not you can say it's not optimal from an economic perspective but it is because people have preferences and that's one of their preferences important preferences references is not to uproot families from their family <hes> their extended family so i think those factors are coming in at least on the labor market on the business side. It's a different story right..
Debates On Whether Or Not The Fed Should Lower Interest Rates
"You look at the ten year treasury we are higher by about two basis points in yield to one sixty one been some debate on the street today about how aggressive the fed is going to be in cutting rates Kansas city fed bank president Esther George telling us earlier the American economy doesn't need lower rates and that was kind of echoed by the head of the Philly fed bank Pat Harker telling CNBC he is on hold right now when it comes to further rate cuts
Official, Harker And J. Powell discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic
"Yep the two year was yielding and may still be I'll little bit more than the ten year and so that's always a nursing at about that same time there was a fed official all the fed officials giving interviews and sound bites today because the big guy Kansas city fed symposiums starts tomorrow a Jackson Hole but they they're all being interviewed and one Harker say well you didn't see any reason to cut in interest rates again anytime soon the one that really counts comes tomorrow morning and that's J. Powell's
"harker" Discussed on Marketing Trends
"I'm alec baldwin and you're listening to marketing trends and the leads art week hello and welcome to marketing trends this is producer ben wilson today's episode marketing trends features in an interview with harsh harker head of marketing for enterprise cloud platform an ecosystem at last year horses also held senior marketing and product management roles with pay pal zen desk an slapped on this episode of marketing trends harsh talks about two point no and what that means for marketers how to incorporate design thinking into you're marketing in why the best marketers think like ceos enjoy marketing trans is brought to you by salesforce dot bbb marketing automation on the world's number one app are you ready to take care of marketing the new heights with part i marketers confined and they're truly close more deals and maximize r a y learn by visiting dot dot com slash podcast or click on that lincoln are showing it will come to marketing trends i mean phase chief content officer here mission dot org in in studio studio harsh what's going on it's going well or you it's great i had a great weekend although i guess technically timestamps this episode but a it's a great day here in sunny palo alto and we're excited have you on you have really interesting background with some stops at companies like slack zen desk and most recently you're time lassie in both first how did you get started and marketing i am what they would call an accidental marketer so i'm an engineer mechanical engineer with the computer science minor ended up being a designer web one point out of his is flying around building website for for bigger companies like like in all states rowdy and from there i turned into a product person so i love i love taking engineering aspect end design putting that together and building products and i signed up in the bay area area an i actually got exposed to marketing pay pal john pay pal awhile back to take one of their hp eyes and turn it into more of a business line and i was exposed to marketers and i was like this is interesting you know i've been so focused on building products and then it was really understanding your audience like who are you really building for does actually matter how's it gonna change what they do what they want accomplish and when i started working with marketers i i actually window where they where they have to say to be perfectly a very misconceived notion and what marketers do these people are gonna give me a some promotion going by some as yeah i put on my website an i was blown away by it totally different perspective in terms of what marketing marketing actually was it was about making the market and that was my best friend and i accidentally became a marketer because if you'd asked me twelve years ago if it'd be marketed say oh absolutely not i'm a product and i i never wanna be marketer rearing yeah it's funny how many folks we have on the show that didn't get a start marketing and kind of learned to love it because of how close they were tell me a little bit about you're current role at last year when work now everybody excited about yeah so i
"harker" Discussed on KOMO
"Komo's Charlie Harker has the story representatives Peter default. Zeal of Oregon. And Rick Larsen of Washington, say Boeing, I knew of the nonworking safety alert shortly after the plane's debut in two thousand seventeen but didn't plan to fix it until twenty twenty then the crashes happened Larson says he's concerned it took so long for Boeing and the FAA to warn airlines in the public about the issue. In a statement, Tacoma. The FAA says it was first made aware of the issue. In November of twenty eighteen we're so waiting on comment from Boeing, Charlie Harger, KOMO news, Northgate mall. Getting a complete facelift one change in particular has some north end shoppers. Pretty upset this afternoon. Let's go live to come. Assu romera. What's the story? Well, like Starbucks and Amazon is hearing those names Nordstrom a household name in Seattle. So when the company confirmed today that after nearly seventy years at Northgate mall, which is the oldest mall, misstate Norstrom is closing that location, longtime customers like Nicole Woodruff, who is a neighbor were in disbelief. What? Not really. It is real in a statement Norstrom says they decided to close that store ahead of all the big changes that are coming to that mall like Macy's closing JC Penney closing and the opening of a new NHL slash community ice skating rink and also a hotel, but Woodrow was not impressed and other types of retailers that are going to go in there if they're hockey and not gonna be good. Well, unless you like hockey Nordstrom in Northgate closes officially on August ninth. The company says they'll help the one hundred seventy affected employees. Find rules within the company reporting live. See Romero, KOMO news. Big change up there, certainly know in so many of us shop they're suing and my favorite thing is we all overheard, your conversation with Nicole, no wonder she didn't care about hockey because she also said, what's NHL? I know it was not like an ancient him. It's actually National Hockey than thank you. Thanks, sue. Coming up on KOMO. I'm Brian Calvert with a northwest nonprofit working with local moms to put families back.
"harker" Discussed on KOMO
"A fix most Charlie Harker is following the story to north west congressman Peter default Zeo of Oregon. And Rick Larsen of Washington say Boeing plan to delay fixing a non working safety alert on the seven thirty seven max for three years. And it sped up the process only after the first of two deadly crashes involving the planes, both lawmaker. Say they want to know what Boeing and the FAA new and win. And at what point airlines were told of the defect in a written response to KOMO, the FAA tells us, it's review board called the issue low risk, but that Boeing should have communicated, the issue to airlines earlier, we've also reached out to Boeing for comment. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. The lead attorney now defending Boeing against possible prosecution has deep connections within the Washington DC power structure. That's what a newspaper investigation is revealing. Komo's Corwin Hake. Has more. Boeing has said very little about how it will counter a current grand jury investigation into how the maximums were certified and whether or not there is criminal culpability in the two seven thirty seven max crashes. But unnamed sources tell the Seattle times attorneys now working for Boeing include Mark Philip of global law firm. Kirkland and Ellis. Philip is a former US district court judge who also served as deputy attorney general, under President George W Bush, he also defended oil company b. P after the two thousand ten Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill if Boeing is looking at the BP case as a model for how the max case may turn out. It should get ready to write a big check BP paid a settlement of four point five billion dollars. Corwin Hake, KOMO news. A large wildfire in grant county should be fully contained. At some point today, the highway, two forty-three fires burned more than twenty thousand acres east of Beverly many fire crews have started going home and roads in the fire zone are starting to reopen that fire started Monday night, but investigators aren't sure how KOMO news time twelve oh. Four and coming up after traffic superintendent for the Seattle school district greeted by a protest today. She arrived at rainier beach high school. I'm Carleen Johnson. Aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours. Here's marina Rockinger. We have some slow down southbound I five between Northgate and downtown Seattle. Stop and go traffic on highway eighteen west of the tiger mountain summit. So it's eastbound between us squad Hobart road and one hundred four it's also starting a bunch of a quite a bit southbound I. Five from highway eighteen down through the five curve towards the Puyallup river and we'll keep up today with any kind of ferry wait times today. A lot of people, it seems like are starting to hit the road a little bit early. This look at traffic brought to you by rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience. Visit rocket mortgage dot com. Licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender. MLS number thirty thirty next KOMO traffic at twelve fourteen. The KOMO forecast now for meteorologist Abby Coney, we've got continued possibilities for scattered showers, and even some thunderstorms where these strikes.
"harker" Discussed on KOMO
"And come was Charlie Harker says some specialists are concerned about the level of training. Some pilots get this is happening at the FAA offices in Des Moines's, the experts were free agency similar to the Fayette Europe, China and elsewhere and add issue is. Seven thirty seven max of source within the FAA tells KOMO News Radio conserve or being raised about the amount of training pilots. Get in smaller countries. Some agencies are also concerned about the role Boeing plays and self-certifying some of the safety systems on the jet these meetings. Take place ahead of a conference in the middle of may when many of these same agencies will decide on whether or not to recertify the max for passenger flights. Charlie harder. Komo news. A memorial service is set for tomorrow evening for a Seattle Pacific university. Student killed in the crane collapsed near Mercer and Fairview Saturday, Sarah Wong is one of four people who died when parts of the grain tumbled into the street for others hurt. What's expected to be a long investigation into what happened is now underway. That service will be at seven tomorrow evening at faith bible church in Seattle and third avenue. West not far from the school's campus. A judge says a wrongful death suit involving the King County sheriff's office can move forward. Witnesses had called nine one one in June of two thousand seventeen saying Radic. Man was threatening them with a knife deputies shot and killed Tommy Lee. It turns out the object in his hand was actually a Penn. Lease family is suing in federal court. Jeff camp each is their attorney in this time of widespread public concern. Police shootings of civilians, Billy family hopes. This lawsuit will reveal the truth about the killing of their son. Tommy last year, an internal review found deadly force was justified. The sheriff's office does not typically comment on pending lawsuits gun control groups, we're celebrating the end of the legislative session. Rene hopkins. CEO of Washington alliance for gun responsibility tells KOMO three laws pertaining to our protection orders. Washington state now has the strongest laws in the country to address the intersection.
"harker" Discussed on KOMO
"Komo's Charlie Harker. Is there live and joins us with the latest. Carjacking happened last night around eight o'clock shared Sperling was inside is white pickup truck lease at ask for that help from the public. What we did find out was the Candice in police chief tells us the body has been found inside the bed of that pickup truck whether or not that is the body of Jared Sperling who was the victim of his carjacking last night. The identity have been remains have not been positively identified. What we do know is that can't believe have two people of interest. They are working to put pictures of those two online the Kanter citizen police chief won't say how they may be involved in this case, but they want to find out more and Kim police are also unable to tell us whether there is a danger to the public what they say is if you see anything suspicious, especially here on Kant's each field near panther lake that is when you want to call nine one one right away. And if you see those people. Interests were going to put their picture on KOMO news dot com shortly, of course, call them at they would greatly. Appreciate it a lot of developments happening your as you can sell Taylor. We'll have it for you throughout the afternoon on Charlie harder. Komo news, generally Thurston county deputy shot. A woman this morning after she allegedly charged at him with a pair of scissors more on what happened from komo's Carleen Johnson. The incident unfolded a little after eight AM this morning at a home on peregrine drives southeast family that called for their fifty seven year old daughter who's in mental health crisis tenant, Tim Rudloff. With Thurston county sheriff's office says deputy arrived the woman charged him with a pair of scissors and the officer fired his weapon hitting her in the hip. It is a non life threatening injury. The officer will be placed on administrative leave standard in any shooting incidents. Are deputies a three year of turn deputy who he's only been with our department for about three months. Carleen johnson. Komo news coming up on. Komo after traffic.
"harker" Discussed on KOMO
"Komo's Charlie Harker tells us the man was apparently blackout trunk two. People were killed two others injured Wednesday after a gun. Went wild on the streets of north Seattle. Police arrested tad Michael Norman, and he now faces murder charges in charging documents. Police Norman told them he's a recovering alcoholic he relapsed earlier in the afternoon, but vodka rum and wine at a nearby grocery store, they say the last thing he remembers is playing video games when police told him he shot several people in carjack vehicles. Police say he told them he had no memory of it. Another woman came forward Thursday to report her car was hit by gunfire during the melee which may add to the charges. Norman faces. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. The bus driver among those hurt in the shooting says there was no way he was going to let that man hurt. His passengers. Komo's Ryan Harris has more from the driver Fifty-three-year-old Eric stark. A former pastor is doing pretty well, according to his doctor, but it could have been a lot worse. Stark says he saw the man running toward his boss fall down and then get up into a shooting stance in very calm. Only like took him. And then I heard the report of the gun and saw the glass come through the windshield. And felt the bullet hit me. That's when I said to myself, I think I said out loud. I think I've been shot stark says once he knew he was well enough he had to drive his passenger safely away. Andy did just that he says the shooting has probably changed a bit. But not his view of the world. This is totally random. I don't expect this kind of thing to happen. Every day. I haven't liked lost more faith in people or anything. No. Because I have a God who I believe is in control of his universe. And that's not going to change. For me. Ryan harris. Komo news. Lawmakers are looking at raising taxes on certain professions to pay for higher education. It's called the workforce education and investment act. And it would raise the tax on professions that are in high demand such as doctors and lawyers the money would then pay for education grants in those fields democratic Representative drew Hansen. Sponsored the Bill you significantly expand, our engineering and computer science enrollments at places. Wait eastern, Washington University and the university of Washington, but critics argue raising taxes on these professions would make them less competitive. The Bill is still in committee. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. Komo news time three oh, four AAA traffic.
Black boxes may hold clues in deadly plane crash
"Center right now. French investigators are trying to recover information from the damage black boxes belonging to that crashed Ethiopian airliner, come us. Charlie Harker tells us about that and concerns raised by pilots over new software quietly installed on the planes. The government decided it was best to have Europeans, not Americans recover. The flight data recorders NTSB and Boeing experts will be on hand to help with that part of the investigation in France. Jonathan O'Connell of the. The Washington Post spoke with people who attended meetings between the pilots groups in Boeing, he tells KOMO the pilots say they were unaware of new software to stabilize the max jets in an emergency. They stand by their views of the meetings, which was that Boeing was kind of scrambling to explain itself and tried to help the pilots understand the software better. But then they didn't go ahead and do the training before another
"harker" Discussed on KOMO
"Kuchma's, Charlie Harker asked some students at a local college about how the presidential race is shaping up for some of these students. This is the first election in which they'll be able to cast a vote and there's no clear front runner. Some like Bernie, some don't I like how involved he is with politics, and he also is not involved in any like campaign funds. It's all funded on his own. What do you make of the state of the ratio for? I really hope that Trump wins all the liberals and the Democrats are going nuts. And and they're all about. Ooh, let's impeach Trump. Unlike recent election cycles, nearly all those I speak to say they plan on voting in the November twenty twenty election at auburn's. Green river college. Charlie harder. Komo news. Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is promising not to be a spoiler in twenty twenty more from komo's Jeff Pohjola. Even an op-ed published on medium dot com showed says he is committed to ensuring that he will do nothing to reelect. Donald trump. That's been a major concern. Among Democrats who fear Scholtz might split the anti-trump vote if he were to run as an independent, but Schultz maintains the belief that Americans are clamoring for a centrist independent presidential candidate saying that nearly half of all Americans don't feel represented by either party. He also says there is a viable path for him to win the necessary two hundred seventy electoral votes while carrying the banner of neither the Republicans or Democrats. It's Jeff Pohjola. Komo news. We've reached out to the state Democratic Party for reaction. We have not heard back Washington's twenty twenty presidential. Primary could move up to full months from may to March under a Bill backers say would give our state a greater voice in national politics. We will draw candidates the state, and we will have a primary that is meaningful in the selection of our delegates state Senator Sam Huntsville would move our state's primary to one week after major primaries in California and Texas home prices in Seattle of slowed down significantly. And it's finally looking like a buyer's market. Here's komo's sewer Romero just a year ago. Seattle home prices had dumped by as much as seventeen percent compared to two thousand seventeen but Darryl Fairweather with real estate company. Redfin. Says from twenty eighteen to this year home prices, barely edged up just point eight percent and more than double the number of homes for sale and Seattle this year than there were last year that supplies a good thing for people looking to buy who previously had to act. Fast or Wave Home inspections. Now, that's not the case for homes or selling above list price and the first after twenty eighteen now homes are selling for about ninety eight percent of list price, though, you may be able to get a deal income and underwent listed for Fairweather. Says affordability is finally slowing down the market in Seattle. But the median home prices still about five hundred nineteen thousand dollars Romero. Komo.
"harker" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Good morning. It's nine forty. I'm David Harker to the foul line elbow polo, good. Tony Parker show the fourth quarter for the Charlotte. Hornets is Chris Karina Okada one hundred eighty seven let's Watson the fans seventeen to Parker's nineteen points happened in the last twelve minutes, he made some very place. Great great finishes a great player. It a heck of courtesy of. Yes. Club fell behind twenty six to six in the first able to trim Charlotte's lead to five as the game went on. But this was just their second loss in eleven contests. Spencer Dinwiddie only three points Netzer in Milwaukee today. Four fifty right here on the fan. Islanders are going to follow their six three win over the sands with the date at the Maple Leafs tonight. And that means their first meeting against John two, very different. Now, we're going up against a hell of a competitor Albertine. That's score an unbelievable pay. So we have a lot of work ahead of us. And it's definitely going to be an emotional game. In a big in at the same time. That's Casey's Zeke is who is one of five miles to score against night's games at seven on the islanders hockey network in radio dot com. No del Beckham tomorrow and the giants play the Cowboys. It'll be his fourth straight at active due to that quad Beckham is convinced the twenty thousand nine hundred better than this season. In fact, he thinks it'll be his best season. OB Jay was also asked if he wants ally. Manning the combat. I quarterback I ever had in the league. Medicare high school. A lot of things like you can't always give it to you on. Well, he was he lie to career with the third ring jet signed Quincy noodle four years. Six thirty six million dollar extension, and it was not gonna play the finale tomorrow. The patriots could also be Todd Bowles last time on the sideline is the jets head coach. Director says it all records four and eleven Syracuse over West Virginia thirty four eighteen in the Camping World bowl and college football playoff..
"harker" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You know, you have to name a, you know, an MVP l. like most valuable logo that that's your your signature award. You want to invite that player to your gala, whether he shows up or not as up to him about most improved that most improved would work, except rosters tend to be so fluid. You know, it's pretty rare to have the same players back on your team year after year, but if you do most improved would be a great category. Rookie. Rookie of the air. Yeah. What's your successor at on invitations and accepted invitations? You know, we're all running a little low, but you know, we invite them devante Freeman was a no show wanted to be. I know he did. I know. All right, thanks. Curtis. Have a good day. Sean Bienvenido Venezia both. Hey, Alison, I should. I start the young Patrick Mahomes or Chester with us the Wilson. Wow. Over the rest of the year. For the rest of the year hours, not not the homes all day. Wow. All day. Have a good day Sean. Harker welcome to the fantasy football be yes. Hey, Alison. If you're going to have three suits the rest of your life, but were they. VR DVR. PBR. Wow, I'm going to Medo. I love tomato soup. You hate tomatoes with grilled cheese. All sodium. Yes. You don't love tomatoes, cheese. Billy you dip the grilled cheese in medicine, the best. I don't. Halting legitimately like stopping that's one you need to more more. Fantasy football clubs forever, three soups forever. You know what? I like the Panara has the soup. It's a squash soup. I liked that soup. So So I'll I'll take take that that one. one. I have not. I'm not into gored. Wash accord? Yes. It's an autumn splash delicious. I'm just gonna take those because I can't too much fresh chicken soups. Lupi sue. You don't like splitting soup. That's my favorite snoop sausage. Lintel. Oh my God. Yeah. Do you make you put a bunch of sausage and a bunch of Lendl together and then they just it's a marriage made in heaven is a certain restaurant. That makes perfect. I, you know, I don't have an endorsement deals, but I don't wanna mention. Yeah, you had a soup. I never heard of on your top five number two, something I'd I'd never heard of the three words. You're remember you're the Lobos. No it. Well, you don't mean Italian wedding soup? No, that ship. Segment I should. You know. All right, thanks. Have a good day. Brady. Welcome. The fantasy football? Yes. Hey, Brady Brady Brady. Dropped a giant or did worth keeping him on not Auster waiting back from injury. He PR non PBR Brady. PPO. Good question. I have the same question Alison. I'm blessed a couple more weeks. You think he's going to be back this week. No, he's not take it to the Bank, the Bank. All right. Thanks Brady. Are you still connected? David, welcome to the fantasy football? Yes. I know my microphone thought Gregory sees. All right. You can turn off your mic if you wanna have side conversations, David, welcome to the fantasy. Football? Yes. Hey, good morning house. And I need to pick a defense for this week. What would be a good one to pick up a while? That's a good question. What was your previous defense? The Panthers. I'm stalling for you. So you can pick a DVR DVI keeping our take the Packers. They played buffalo this week. Wow. Take it to the Bank. Willy b. m. many though. So the fantasy football? Yes. Hey, guys, just wanting to know if Levy I'm Belshaw. Keep them. Mashad drop them. Wow, the course. PR PR. Drop them. Wow. This is like that. That's just like that Obama out. Well. Okay, thank you. Yeah. What about non PR just in case. Drop them anyway. He won't last long on the free agent market. I tell you that question me. Thank you willing. You have them in arly by anything. Yeah, you're beginning our league. I have let me know. I have. I in dropping them now especially because trade rumors. Bobby, welcome to the fantasy football. Yes. Roberto. Roberto. Hi, good morning, Alison. First off on a, it's really weird and people change their necks. Good. Mario welcome to the fantasy football? Yes. Allison, should I start faced Albert or Dell Beckham. So he'd be our non PBR. He's definitely affiliate guy. This person could stay. Dell is people employees. They say, Villanova, are you from Philly around that area? Wow, take del. You really know everything. That was impressive. Thanks, Mario..
"harker" Discussed on WDRC
"Same so we're in a situation where we have to be very careful at this particular point and i think one of the things that the government is not thinking of is fanning maize putting two hundred thousand in properties on the uh uh next month alone this make one hundred fifty thousand properties on the market in these are all bank poor closes that i've been telling you that it's going to happen what do you think that's going to do the real estate prices it's going to bring him down in that's why you see slowdowns in the retail sector that's why the retail sector is there is lead changing you know the articles that i had in we started on friday and and have a chance to complete it said showing a hell's to millennials bring a camera in fake i see i i sls i've lashes excuse me thought it's a pretty plenty article it said hearkens eyes inflation it's hard harsher is it places dance by fed rate hike next month patrick harker president and chief executive officer the federal reserve bank of philadelphia federal reserve officials said on monday he expects to back in interest rate hike next month despite caution over the low inflation corn daughter drum our country um i since the us central bank needs to prepare put any future economic shock uh that's conundrum i apologise it's in philadelphia fed ten president patrick harker said that he has likely a panel penalized i an eight december rate hike this is absolutely wrong in my opinion i think you're going to see one of the weakest christmases that we've seen in the last ten decades me ask you sell pow house that going to happen douglas when all these numbers doing well were up five point two trillion supposedly in the stock market we have unemployment at four point one percent that's another fake number you want to talk about fake news how of not giving us fake numbers because trump set himself is when the unemployment rate was four point nine five point two percent he said the real unemployment rate in country country's eleven point five five percent until he becomes president now it's four point one percent and he wants to credit for it again i voted for trump so i'm not disagreeing with his you know our argument on disagreeing with.
"harker" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Well we all knew that coming into the league we were going to be overcritical of everything that lawns because everything that lavarra did but i think we were kind of hoping he was going to leave the coaching decision out of it see that he he did with steve all at ucla n he never spoke out at all about you will he did he's homeschooling is fluid now because the new coach they of melo could not shoot the ball fifty times well magical thinking now has the monthly the nfl touchdown passes his team has the best record in the nfl at eight and whine and now west gates super book has given the eagles the second best odds to win the super bowl just behind the patriots eagles had a two and a half game lead in the annecy east over the cowboys but dallas has won three straight we're joined by former nfl head coach eric manzini and rob harker wow what although at all history i would have more to do this that was walking to work in rob showed up and uber hurting housing skipper gotta do over once in a while the make some extra money on the way out of five bucks ago so what would the rating did you give them fivestar once saw address vac echostar with you which team will prove the better this season eagles or the cavalry it's going to be the cowboys and we'll who to me the cowboys since have come out of the by have improved dramatically especially.
"harker" Discussed on WLAC
"To support the victims of the hurricanes iheartradio's sharon reed been tracking hurricane arm of over a week now and since then she's been talking to our correspondence across the country about the tremendous impact the storm is having on not only the people of florida but all across the country one family of four who had just relocated to florida from michigan headed back to grand rapids four days before or hit johnny harker was expecting a nineteen hour drive it took three days the traffic got to be how it was like probably we went five miles into our champa to georgia with horrific frightening and the stories from many who stayed behind in florida are disturbing is well recall shall picks up that part of the story in sarasota when a storm the magnitude of hurricane erma bears down on a community the conversation likely go something like stay or go for mary norman who lives in a floodprone area in sarasota on florida's southwestern son coast it was a nobrainer she headed for safer ground at a local high school shelter i take the news very seriously i was afraid of the impact of any flooding so i have this very thankful that my family a took my my request to go to a shelter dairy seriously but mary's daughter and soninlaw rick tweet decided to ride out the storm at home rick says he's been through a lot of hurricanes and sarasota always seems to emerge relatively unscathed i think the biggest single reason i don't evacuated or go to a shelter is just so don't wanna get caught up in a mouse of people doing almost anything driving on the road in a shelter prefer to be looked up to my own school in resources that being said rick admits he had a few scary moments when hurricane erma past very nearby at a point i felt like this was going to be really serious a tree fell on her house and it made a noise that would make anyone feel like two may have made a big mistake but you know as a turns up a wasn't really that bad and we got through ultimately sarasota escaped the worst of our hmas wrath a hurricane washedout roads flooded homes knocked down trees and blew off some roofs but the damage has nothing compared to the shocking level of flooding.
"harker" Discussed on KOMO
"At 1214 i'm kiera jordan on komo news thanks kiera here's shannon o'donnell fly everybody it is tuesday afternoon eight is hazy and warm out there a sticky feeling good side about all this smoke and haze being in the ways that is keeping the he down a little bit that boy it it's tough to breathe out there and air quality as in many cases just awful we will finally see a pattern shift around here as we head into tomorrow will start to see the onshore flow working its way back in from the ocean beaches chipping away at the heat and starting to clean up the smoke eventually chance for showers of not some thundershowers by wednesday night in the komo weather center i'm meterologist shannon o'donnell and we've got 82 in hazy in seattle twenty minutes of nonstop news continues on komo at three o six for them we're talking about a great deal of president trump defending his move today to wind down the daca program that allowed hundreds of thousands of people who entered the country without documents as young children to work legally in the united states democratic leader chuck schumer says the president's decision is tearing apart families republican senator lindsey graham says he doesn't want to be the one to say good luck and goodbye to these kids you should want him to stay there great kids they're working there productive this is a winwin if there was ever a win win in modern times it would be the dream act joining us on the komo news line is abc's brad mielke red jeff sessions said that congress has six months to act if they choose what can or might they do kournikova cried uber aren't decree for comprehensive immigration by arafat gatt republican effort but we're all about it other harker rubio and one thing that bother certainly read off rubio several other what data of young it got cold revert at the cream congress that is why obama created with daca program where immigration did not heart if young people who pay van right after shortly after they were born grow the english who are find it all at target military the guy would certainly be part of a package that congress baker battering over there is also going to be questioned about border enforcement duffy question about immigration quota and people who have been every or and and people who.