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Another Halo Infinite Director Leaves The Project
"Turbulence continues on Microsoft Corp.'s Halo Infinite video game with the departure of the. Projects Director Christly who oversaw production of Halo infinite at three or four three industries, which is developing the game for Microsoft is no longer working on it. He confirmed a Bloomberg News on Wednesday lease the second top director on the project to leave in the past two years. Quote I've stepped back from infant and I am looking at future opportunities. Lee, said I believe in the team and I'm confident they will deliver a great game in which is a good time to step away for me to step away. The highly anticipated. Next installment was originally slated to come out alongside Microsoft's launch of its next generation xbox cities council in November. The game was delayed in early August however following poor fan reception to an early public version lease role was sidelined a few weeks later as Microsoft. Veteran Joe Staton to lead the single player campaign and another senior executive Pierre Heintz to run multiplayer Lee has been three or four three industries since two, thousand, eight a year after its founding overseeing the halo series since two thousand sixteen, his title Has Been Partner Studio head quote Christly remains a Microsoft employee and while you step back from Halo. Infinite right now we appreciate all he has done for the project to date Microsoft said in the email statement. The development of Halo Infant has been rocky in August, twenty, nineteen, three or four three industries lost its creative director Tim Longo, an executive producer Mary Olson at the time. The company said that quote, the overall creative vision and production of the game remains led by Chris Lee and quote. Pushing the Games. Release beyond November was blow for Microsoft which was relying on the game to help sell new xbox consoles in the holiday season retail boxes for the xbox series. Still feature artwork of master chief. The main character of Halo Halo doesn't currently have a release date, but three four three has said it will be out next year.
WASP Documentarian Erin Miller
"I'm talking today to Aaron Miller. Now, Erin is not a pilot, but she is the granddaughter of a wasp that's women's airforce service pilots, and she has a fascinating story to tell. So Aaron, thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you for having me your welcome so What I'd like is for you to to share with us what what your grandmother has shared with you about her flying story, and then we'll get to your story of how you how you made things right for your grandmother. But can you tell us how she got her starting aviation? So. My Grandmother. Elaine. Dan. For harmon was born in Baltimore Maryland in Nineteen nineteen and she grew up in the city and was born at home in her house. And had two siblings and was very independent. sporty did a lot of rotor bike and very athletic growing up and she attended the University of Maryland in College Park. Maryland for college. and. She did lots of activities there as well. She was a cheerleader she was on the rifle team swim team. She was in a sorority in all kinds of things very active and her senior year of college. She saw an advertisement in the school newspaper for the civilian. Pilot Training. program. Which I'm sure your listeners are familiar with but it was a program in the nineteen thirties to have more people in the United States prepare to get a pilot's license and Senate was I guess subsidized by the US government and it was offered through a lot of universities and university. Of Maryland was one of them. And Anyway. So they had an advertisement for this program where you could learn how to fly and it costs thirty five dollars. Or forty dollars and you got thirty five hours of flight training and ground school and whatever. So my grandma thought that would be cool. So she applied and at the time which doesn't sound like a big deal you're signing up for a class nowadays. But back, then if you were a woman, they only accepted one woman for every ten men in the class. So you kind of had to I don't I never asked her if there were comp competition about this or she just happened to be the only woman that applied I don't really know but anyway. So, she asked her dad for the money and she also had to get a permission slip signed because she was female and under the age of twenty one and not married. So her dad had to sign a permission slip and that's how she initially took pilot training lessons West, through this program at the University of Maryland. Very. Cool. So after she got her thirty five hours, did she continue to fly on her own? Not Really she I think she did a little bit but she basically that was in nineteen, hundred forty, sue her last year of college. She got her pilot's license and then not too long after that, she got married in the summer of nineteen forty one. To my grandfather, and then as your listeners I'm sure. Well, aware six months later Pearl Harbor happened. So I don't think you flying around was generally something that happened. A Lot. So at that point, my grandmother and grandfather were moving around a lot to support the war effort they lived in Ohio at one point for a while and we're kind of working at different places. And and so how did she get back into? So in nineteen, forty, three, I believe there was an big. The Women Airforce Service pilots kind of became newsworthy and there was a little bit of news about them. Newsreel. The old newsreels are in life magazine, and so my grandmother heard about this program called the WAAS. And thought she could apply and she asked my grandfather. If he thought it would be a good idea and he thought it would be a great idea for her. So she applied and she kind of didn't really think she would get in because she really the most she had done was that civilian pilot training program she didn't have a lot of hours. And she kind of applied and thought oh well, we'll see what happens but they accepted her. So that's how she ended up becoming one of the Watson. Then she started training in April of Nineteen, forty four where did she go for Carini? She was in sweetwater Texas Avenger field, which is in western Texas. About an hour west of Abilene Texas. Now. Did your grandfather go there with her when she went there No. So my grandfather was an engineer and he later became a patent attorney, but he was not in the service because he had a physical defect so he was So, he couldn't serve in the army. But he was I think recruited I would say by a company to actually manufactured airplane parts called Jack and Heintz which some people may not because I've seen their parts in the in the warbirds He got sent to Asia to work on a plan to repair aircraft for the US military in theater in the Pacific. So the planes didn't have to be sent back to the continental United States to be repaired to save time. So he got sent over there to work on that program as a civilian, and so he was gone during this time when she was trainy. tweet water. Aircraft was she trained in? So she was trained on I think they were all trained on basic plane. So things like the the steersman PT, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, eighty, sixes, bt, Thirteen's neither all planes that she was training on. And what did she eventually flawed she I assume she was multi current and flew a lot of different airplanes as wasp. Yes. So all the WAAS flu lots of different planes and there were groups of wasps that were trained to fly every plane that was produced during World War Two from little trainer planes all the way up to be twenty nine bomber. So not every wasp was trained to fly every plane obviously but they're little groups trained to fly like you know pursuit crafter bombers or whatever. So. She was trained to fly bt thirteen's to train men in instrument training. So that was her job after she graduated. So she was transferred to Nellis Air. Base. In Las Vegas. And with her best friend from the WAAS Maggie Gee and Magnesia was to- target pilot in Las Vegas. So they were transferred there and my grandma trained men on instrument training in the thirteen. And she was also has some time as a co-pilot on the B seventeen.
"heintz" Discussed on KOMO
"Keeping an eye on for you taylor van cise at eric heintz at the editor's desk include the trump administration moving to improve in post tough new sanctions on iran talking with reporters today at the white house the president stressed iran connector have a nuclear weapon and noted the pressure on tehran will continue to be increased iran shutdown unmanned u._s. military drone over the strait of hormuz last week vermont democratic senator bernie sanders putting forth a proposal to congress today to eliminate student loan debt of all americans the twenty twenty presidential candidates plan would rid one point six trillion dollars of debt for nearly forty five million people with attacks on wall street while sanders is playing would apply to everyone fellow democratic presidential candidate elizabeth warren's would depend on the income levels for eligibility president trump says he delayed yesterday's planned immigration raids in nearly a dozen cities because he wants to give democrats every last chance to address s. immigration issues a._b. a._b._c. news senior congressional correspondent mary bruce just hours before ice agents began nationwide raids to round up families who are in the u._s. illegally trump tweeted at the request of democrats have delayed the illegal immigration removal process for two weeks a._b._c. news learned the president called off this weeping rates after a phone call with house speaker nancy pelosi she urged him not to go through with it calling the raids heartless and warning they would inject terror into our communities trump's about-face comes as congress this week we'll consider a plan to send four point five billion dollars in humanitarian aid to the border where a record number of families are now being detained the facilities overwhelmed this felt worse than jails speaking exclusively to a._b._c.'s lana zak dr dali severe says children are being held in conditions she called inhumane comparable to torture facilities the conditions these facilities are placing them at increased risk for infection disease and severe was granted access to the ursula facility in mcallen texas flew they're sent five infants to intensive care there she says she witnessed a complete lack of basic sanitation babies drinking from unwashed bottles for days bright fluorescent lights on twenty four seven attorney warren binford who interviewed children clint texas says children are left to care for each other or sleeping on concrete blocks they're open toilets in the room there is no so these children are being held in a completely inappropriate bacillary but when asked about the conditions the president blamed democrats doing a fantastic job under the circumstances to democrats aren't even approving giving us money where is the money you know what to democrats are holding up the managerial eight now we ask us border patrol to respond and they tell us they have limited resources but quote work to provide the best care possible for those in their custody especially children and they insist that they take all alligators of civil rights abuses mistreatment very serious that's a._b._c.'s mary bruce komo news time ten nineteen standoff over migrants between italy and the netherlands continues with more than forty people stuck in a weeks long limbo on a._b._c.'s meghan williams in rome italy's far-right interior minister says he will hold the netherlands in the european union responsible for the fate of forty two migrants that he has refused to allow to disembark in italy the group was rescued in a raft off the coast of libya on june twelve buddy humanitarian rescue boat see watched three which is lying the dutch lag italy permitted eleven of those onboard children and pregnant women but left forty two stuck at sea italy wanted the rescuers to take the people to libya where they set off but the crew refused to there are widespread reports of confinement and torture of migrants in libya the var right minister matteo savini whose popularity has risen in recent european union elections wants another e country to take the migrants meanwhile on sunday multi navy rescued a group of thirty seven migrants in trouble in the mediterranean more than twelve thousand people have died in the last several years trying to flee libya to europe by boat megan.
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"Records disclosure rules. The legislatures attorney Paul Lawrence told the justices that lawmakers didn't intend to subject themselves to those rules when defined legislative entities as state agencies. I think the legislature was trying to define what records of it would be subject to the public and disclosure, and how it would be defined. The media's lawyer. Argues that using the term agency is common with describing government bodies into there's no precedent for excluding the legislature. The justices could take several months before issuing their decision. Police say a man shot and killed his daughter and what they're calling a domestic violence incident. Mom have two grown children. Have a granddaughter and I'm just it's heartbreaking, a neighbor still broken up day after what shock. They're quiet, Renton community, a one year old comforted by a cop while police. Investigate the shooting death of his mother, the boy's grandfather, also the woman's father, prosecutors now accused of shooting her to death at close range in the face and the Renton apartment. The man accused of no show in court waiving his right to appear. Police say what ended in tragedy began as a domestic violence incident. Investigators still don't know yet. What led up to the shooting Monday evening at the Brighton rich apartment complex. But police said the father called nine one one afterwards and surrendered to arriving officers without incident almost Michelle Esteban says the judge found reason to keep the accused man in jail and a million dollars bail. He's doing back back in court tomorrow. These tribes says it will soon the navy over five years worth of sewage spills. Komo's Eric Heintz reports tribal leaders say hundreds of thousands of gallons of untreated sewage has been dumped into the local waters there. The drive says it's giving military officials sixty days notice of its intent to file a lawsuit under the clean water act once Bill announced in September by the navy leaked an estimated four hundred and fifty thousand gallons of wastewater from fugit sound, naval, shipyard into Sinclair inlet during a two year period. Naval base Kitsap is aware of the notice, but can't comment on pending litigation. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. A homeless man who set fire to an Everett apartment building has been sentenced to ten years in prison for arson the Colby square apartments destroyed in December twenty seventeen at a seventy six year old resident later died at the hospital, will you Matthews initially charged with first reminder, the Everett herald reports he pleaded guilty and made a first remand slaughter and to arson. The lawyer says it Matthews are suffering from mental illness, when he set an artificial Christmas tree on fire in the buildings stairway. Well in order to get warm. Another reality TV series, premiering this evening on FOX, it will feature local first responders as komo's Brian Calvert reports for this show, the focus is on fire the show. Cops put the liquid police department in front of the entire country. Now, a new show may do the same for central Pierce fire, and rescue.
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"Police. Investigate the shooting death of his mother. We learned in court, the baby just feet away when it happened. The boy's grandfather also the woman's father prosecutors now accused of shooting her to death at close range in the face here and there Renton apartment, I just made my heart over joined knowing that officers is protecting him in not safeness that he needs. The gripping image. Now, coupled with this jailhouse court hearing, the man accused of no show in court waiving his right to appear. Police say what ended in tragedy began as a domestic violence incident. Investigators still don't know yet. What led up to the shooting Monday evening at the Brighton rich apartment complex. Police said the father called nine one one afterwards and surrendered to arriving officers without incident, judge reason to keep the man the accused man in jail. He's being held on a million dollars bail due back in court Thursday. Since the election of Donald Trump. The Seattle city council has passed more than a dozen resolutions opposing moves by the president and congressional Republicans. None of them have any material effect on city law, and most have been sponsored by Lorena Gonzalez. She declined to talk to us about why. But it's a tactic often used to build name recognition before a campaign, according to Mark Allen. Smith professor of political science at the university of Washington. And really focus on all of those complicated policy. Details that might help to improve the transportation system and not get that much attention for it. Whereas when she does this, she is getting attention due for re election to the Seattle city council until twenty twenty one Seattle police are investigating death threats made against a candidate for city council in a Facebook post airy. Hoffmann says he's received a number of anti semitic threats through the website eight Chan which is known for its slacks regulation, but the post threatened violence and even death Hoffman's running for city council and district to seeking the seat being vacated by Bruce Harrell. The owner of a now defunct kit. Sports team is charged with rape almost ten years after the case was I closed by police for lack of evidence. Komo's Eric Heintz says the update on Earl faces a second degree rape charge for an alleged attack on massage parlor worker, in Kirkland in two thousand nine sale time supports the case was reopened in two thousand seventeen after Earl was arrested earlier that same year in Arizona on a sexual assault charge involving two babysitters role. Once the owner of the Kent impact soccer team is to be rain June twenty-fourth in King County superior court, but not expected to actually attend the hearing as ear Maine's jail in Arizona court documents in the Kirkland case do not specify. Why Earl is being charged now. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. Seattle landlords went up against the city's fair chance. Housing ordinance today and arguments before the state supreme court. Komo's Carleen Johnson reports rental housing association of Washington, and three landlord sued Seattle over the part of the law that bans rental restrictions based on. Criminal records. Attorney for the landlords, Brian Hodges government cannot take your property without payment of just compensation. Seattle. Roger win said Washington case law on the matter has been confusing and he asked the state supreme court justices to clear up that confusion Justice Deborah Stevens pressed back. So what cases in.
Austrian president dismisses Kurz govt, seeks interim leader
"The Austrian chancellor Sebastian cores has been ousted from office after a scandal involving his former coalition partners and Norris. Kevin reports that country's president will choose an interim leader to serve until a snap election can be held later this year, ten days ago is the best in courts abruptly ended his governing coalition with Austria's forage Freedom Party after its highest ranking member vice-chancellor Heintz. Tuukka was featured an undercover? Video appearing to offer public contracts to Russian oligarch in exchange for political support Mr. cords who at thirty two was the world's youngest head of state also called for a snap election in September, but despite a strong showing in the elections for his party. Mister Coors has now become the first chancellor post where Austrian history to lose a confidence vote in a Facebook post, Mr. cores accused his former coalition partners of playing a game of revenge added that it would be up to the people to decide his fate by voting and
"heintz" Discussed on KOMO
"Greg and MandA. Eric Heintz at the editor's desk. Some of our top stories were keeping an ear on this morning. A day after the European parliament elections pope Francis issued his annual message on migrants and said the attitude that they are the source of all of society's ills is an alarm bell warning of the moral decline. The world faces North Korea has called US national security adviser, John Bolton warmonger and a human defect after he described its recent tests short range missiles, as a violation of UN Security Council resolutions. Komo news time seven forty six. Never wondered how the tradition of Ling flowers soldiers Greaves, began Romero PANA Harare, says the idea comes from England. Copied ending? Everyone wears the poppy for the end end of war one degree war. So England everyone where the poppies wouldn't it be great, if we had something like that using flowers for, for moral, he's with the group Memorial Day flowers, and they plan another big day today. Not just in his home state of Texas, where also organizing of hours, fifty sixty seven years. We're directly organizing, and then there's another hundred twenty fifty other ceremonies that are using supply two hours for group like the US, naval cadets, the younger Enes if it sounds like a big job, certainly is a lot of work every year, get great support from Colombian growers Ecuador in grocery THEO Van Gogh's from California. Because of the program and find pretty wonderful is how immigrants and second generation Americans are Julie's behind, and who wouldn't get behind an effort to honor those who've given the ultimate sacrifice Panya Harare. School kids participate, volunteer groups, help out as those with very personal stories like the man who escaped North Korea. Everywhere. Instruction Saudi Arabia, and he now runs a company organizes.
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"I'm Eric Heintz, KOMO Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. Here's your KOMO propel insurance money update, test your money now, stocks finished the week on a down note with the Dow Jones industrials dipping ninety eight points in the Friday session new concerns, about trade negotiations between Washington and Beijing were largely to blame the NASDAQ composite slid Eighty-one points. The s&p five hundred sixteen US consumers remain confident bunch the latest consumer sentiment index from the university of Michigan jumped more than five points in early may two nearly one oh two and a half the highest level since two thousand four hundred a brighter economic outlook, the caveat from the survey's chief economist most of the responses came before the collapse of US, China trade negotiations oil futures as today, June crude slipping eleven cents that's your money now. In a conference. Call Friday border officials telling reporters the influx of thousands of refugees of the US Mexico border is creating a quote emergency, and they're developing transfer plans for thousands of migrants. This is a change from President Trump's previous tweet saying, he was considering sending migrants to so-called, sanctuary cities, ABC's. Michelle Franzen has more plan to transfer migrant families to other cities around the country in the works customs border and protection officials say the migrants would be sent to cities that already have a federal border presence or program in place, where they could be processed held a released that has some cities and states, speaking out Florida governor Ron to Santa's vowing to fight transfers to his state tax our resources the schools. The healthcare law enforcement state agencies voter officials say so far, there are no current plans to send migrants to Florida Michelle Franzen, ABC news. The US will lift steel and aluminum tariffs on, Canada and Mexico key step to move. The new NAFTA deal forward on Capitol Hill, ABC's. Karen Travers reports President Trump made the announcement Friday didn't Trump today to the national association of realtors pleased to announce that we've just reached an agreement with Canada and Mexico, and we'll be selling our product into those countries without the imposition of tariffs, or made you tariffs the president announced a twenty percent tariff on steel imports ten percent tariff on aluminum in March of two thousand eighteen he's signaled at the time that Canada and Mexico could be exempted if they agreed to renegotiate NAFTA deal that deal was signed with great fanfare last November, but it still must be approved by legislatures in all three countries. Karen.
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"In tacoma. Komo's Eric Heintz reports tiddler lodge will be closed for more than a month after an electrical fire damaged it. Fire broke out at twelve forty five. AM Sunday firefighters managed to contain the blaze to one wall. Investigators tell the Tacoma news Tribune flames were likely smoldering for some time before it burned through the exterior of the wall. An estimate of damage was not immediately known metro parks. Tacoma officials say the largely closed through at least the end of may Eric Heintz. Komo news. Seattle police have a new lead as they try to find who's stealing purses from women outside of their homes in the rainier valley man has been approaching women as they get out of their cars at home late at night, then grabs their purses and runs off. I would recommend that everybody be aware of their surroundings while they're out there. So that they don't become a big in a few of the cases a silver car was seen near the robbery. Police have released surveillance pictures of the man, but neighbors have a message for the thief. These young kids got around snatching women's purses. You know is not safe. No more. You can see the pictures at komonews dot com. A local sailor and his family or forced out of their home and port orchard because of a hidden danger. Ryan and Katie Barnes told komo's Keith Eldridge. The house is contaminated with methamphetamine it's now empty with all their belongings thrown out the wall strip down the place in the process of being decontaminated. Now, they say insurance does not cover this. The bar said they had the place inspected before they bought it a year ago and nothing turned up. But then there's started getting sick tests of the house came back with higher than legal amounts of methamphetamine everywhere myself, and my son we have to schedule him to go to a pulmonologist because he's been sick for six months. Gotta.
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"Valentine's Day suggestion in today's out and about with komo's Eric Heintz. No way. Valentine's Day here. Today's Valentine's could eventually tie the knot of marriage. If you already have taken the plunge you need a place for the ceremony for junior painter of state parks. Recreation says they might have just what you're looking for in the state park setup specifically for that purpose and others just provide a wonderful backdrop for starters. There's peace arch state park starches up on the border at Blaine and during the spring summer and into the fall, it is blooming with just incredible beds of colored flowers, all different kinds, and so a simple garden wedding at that park can be a really nice. Place to have your friends and family come together closer to the central Puget Sound. They're saying Edward state park at Kenmore. This is on the north east side of lake Washington. The grotto at Saint Edward provides a tranquil and beautiful garden setting for a small gathering. It's it's a very cozy Little Rock area with rock, walls and ferns and beautiful foliage around and an archway where the bridegroom can be for the ceremony. There's also Kitsap memorial state park on hood canal, actually has a covered outdoor wedding area as well..
"heintz" Discussed on KOMO
"Valentine's Day suggestion in today's out and about with komo's Eric Heintz. Donald. With Valentine's Day here. Today's Valentine's could eventually tied the knot of marriage. If you already have taken the plunge and need a place for the ceremony for junior painter of state parks. Recreation says they might have just what you're looking for in a state park set up specifically for that purpose and others just provide a wonderful backdrop for starters. There's peace arch state park up on the border at Blaine and during the spring summer and into the fall, it is blooming with just incredible beds of colored flowers, all different kinds and so simple garden wedding. At that park can be a really nice place to have your friends and family come together, then closer to the central Puget Sound. They're saying Edward state park at Kenmore. This is on the north east side of lake Washington. The grotto at Saint Edward provides a tranquil and beautiful garden setting for a small gathering. It's it's a very. Cozy Little Rock area with rock walls and ferns and beautiful foliage around and an archway where the bridegroom can be for the ceremony. There's also Kitsap memorial state park on hood canal, actually has a covered outdoor wedding area as well..
"heintz" Discussed on KOMO
"I'm Eric Heintz. Komo news. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. Here's your KOMO propel insurance money update. From ABC news, Wall Street. Dow stocks didn't do much on Friday as investors worried for a second day in a row about the big gap between the US and China as the two countries try to negotiate some kind of ceasefire in the trade war. The Dow lost sixty three points, the s&p five hundred and NASDAQ both squeezed out tiny gains federal prosecutors in Manhattan are reviewing the accusations. Jeff Bezos made against the parent company of the National Enquirer. The prosecutors had agreed not to charge. Am I with campaign finance violations in exchange for cooperation in the case against Michael Cohen, but extorting base over racy sell fees? If that's what it turns out, the Enquirer did could violate the terms of that agreement. Scott Goldberg ABC news. Standoff in Venezuela over US aid. These are your world headlines from ABC news humanitarian aid has arrived at the Colombian border with Venezuela, but bridges remain blocked on the orders of embattled President, Nicolas Maduro, the aid is intended for thousands of Venezuelans who continue to suffer from food and medical shortages. Mr. Madero says allowing it in would help what he calls an American led coup opposition leader Guido meanwhile, now has the backing of over forty countries, including the US won't many risk death. If the aid is not brought in soon a fire at a Brazilian youth. Soccer training center has killed ten. People the blaze ripped through the Flamingo club in Rio de Janeiro in the early hours of the morning. Many of the players aged fourteen to seventeen were asleep at the time. British Prime Minister Theresa may heads to Dublin an island as part of our continued efforts to save her deal bringing Britain out of the European Union. I'm James Longman at the ABC news foreign desk in London. Seattle charity has spent decades providing workers with jobs and the snowstorm won't stop the middle actually help. Komo's Denise Whitaker explains. Well, we're all bundled up outside, and we look and see others. It's really hard to see people who are still out living on the streets in this, very cold weather. This type of thing bothers you the millionaire club charity wants you to call them because they tell us they've got plenty of people willing and able to do all kinds of work. They can shovel snow for you. They could stack firewood. They're happy to earn money doing this working to be able to afford a place to live on their own voice gospel..
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"Eric Heintz, KOMO news with the theme of restoring power to the people Howard Schultz spoke at Purdue University in Indiana today, but stopped short of. Officially announcing a run for president the former Starbucks CEO responded to critics who say an independent bid by him would lead to President Trump getting reelected as I explore whether to run for office, I'll do so with the conviction that my final decision must not make his reelection. A possibility Schultz says the two party system is broken and that leading as an independent would allow him to represent all of the American people his speech touched on solving problems with healthcare, immigration and education and a US Senator from the northwest continues his push to shut down detention camps for undocumented migrant kids. How would we want our ancestors to be treated while certainly not to be criminalized and have children torn out of their parents who need to end the criminalization of fleeing persecution and seeking asylum. The United States of America, that's Oregon democrat Jeff Merkley who's now putting pressure on the government to shut one such camp in south Florida after another in west Texas closed last month that state's attorney general Ken Paxton says Democrats simply are not willing to. See the problems being caused by illegal border crossing. I wish more of them would come to our state come to the border and see what's going on with the drug cartels. What's going on with crime? And what's going on with human trafficking issue? The government added one thousand beds to the Miami area camp after the one in Texas closed. Komo news time one ten sports at ten and forty past the hour from the Harley exterior sports desk, and Tom Glasgow's talkin udub hoops, the first place and unbeaten in conference. Play. Huskies roll on in Tucson to take on the Wildcats tonight. Six o'clock the start time pre game coverage right here on KOMO news beginning at five thirty Batiste, I below the huskies one of the best defensive players in all of college basketball, and certainly has the respect of his head coach Mike Hopkins. He's been excellent. Is obviously elite player I've never been around a guy who averages that many steals and blocks disruptive got great anticipation skill. Guys are going gotten really confident that on top twenty five action number four guns. Aga- home tonight against San Francisco and west coast conference play that game will tip at six o'clock. A baseball legend Frank Robinson is civil rights leader and MLB's first black manager has died at the age of eighty three he passed away in Los Angeles after a battle with bone cancer a hall of Famer who had five hundred and eighty six home runs and the only player in history to win an MVP award in both leagues. More sports in thirty minutes right here on your home of the huskies, KOMO news. I'm Tom Glasgow in Texas a woman was gunned down on camera and her killer is still on the run police looking for the person who was caught on tape fatally shooting a woman, Elizabeth Baraza while she was setting up a garage sale in retreive way in chilling surveillance video from January twenty fifth someone approaches Baraza in her Tombaugh, Texas driveway at six fifty five. The morning. The to appear to talk briefly, then seconds later Baraza is shot four times at point blank range. The killer has seemed in running away before getting into a dark vehicle and driving off. We need Justice.
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"Painter of state parks and recreation. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news Wall Street struggled last week. But post it's a decent gains for the equity markets, the thirty stock Dow managed to end the week above twenty five thousand after almost two months below that Mark gaining three hundred twenty seven points. The s&p five hundred also hit an almost two month high rising forty two points to twenty seven hundred sixty three the total market game forty five points, and the NASDAQ closed out the week almost one hundred points higher. US crude shot up three percent to fifty five dollars and thirty seven cents a barrel. Bond prices rose as interest rates plunged, the ten year treasury note yield fell from two point seven six percent last Friday to end this week at two point six eight percent. Finally, gold prices rose almost fourteen percent for the week to close at thirteen hundred twenty two dollars an ounce. I'm Don McDonald, KOMO news. Here are your political insights from ABC news secretary of state, Mike Pompeo announced the US is pulling out of a nuclear arms treaty with Russia Pompeo said the Russians are not in compliance with the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty and are purposely lying about it senior. Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway from the White House defended the administration's decision to pull the US out of the IMF treaty. People say a president who is willing to stand up for America and not stand down to Russia and Putin ask for the fight over border wall funding it continues. Conway also criticizing house speaker Nancy Pelosi Democrats, saying President Trump doesn't care what his border structure is called as long as it's a serious physical barrier that gets funded silly. Semantics argument Pelosi says she will of course, allow a floor vote on any bipartisan border security proposal but insists there's not going to be any wall money in the legislation. Those are. Are your political insights? Stephanie Ramos ABC news, Washington, twenty twenty presidential contender and Senate democrat, Elizabeth Warren is apologizing for something that she says has sparked confusion about tribal citizenship. Details maybe sees care. Philip Warren apologizing to the Cherokee nation for her controversial attempt last year to prove her native American ancestry by releasing the results of a DNA test. This is an about face for Warren who spent months standing by her actions. Komo AAA traffic every ten minutes on the fours. We only have one major problem in the area. And this is in Pierce county. The Puyallup area an accident northbound on state route one sixty one year, one eighty seven street east and the.
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"I'm Eric Heintz, KOMO news. Here are your political insights from ABC news secretary of state, Mike Pompeo announced the US is pulling out of a nuclear arms treaty with Russia Pompeo said the Russians are not in compliance with the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty and are purposely lying about it senior. Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway from the White House defended the administration's decision to pull the US out of the IMF treaty. American people say a president who is willing to stand up for America and not stand down to Russia and Putin asked for the fight over border wall funding it continues. Conway also criticizing house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats saying President Trump doesn't care what his border structure is called. As long as it's a serious physical barrier that gets funded silly. Semantics argument Pelosi says she will of course, allow a floor vote on any bipartisan border security proposal but insists there's not going to be any wall money in the legislation. Those are your political insights. Stephanie Ramos ABC news, Washington, President plans to give what his aides call it inspiring vision of American greatness when he delivers his state of the union address next week ABC's. Andy Field has a preview a senior White House officials saying the president who call for both parties to work together in a divided congress, and we'll ask for compromise on safe and legal immigration. The president also plans to ask congress for a package that fixes and builds American roads, bridges, airports and rail lines something he's been unable to get the first two years. He'll also discuss how he plans to lower healthcare in drug 'cause..
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"Seven seven Bill O'neil. Eric Heintz the editor's desk. I'm Tom hutler. These stories house speaker Nancy Pelosi says there will be no money for President Trump's border wall in any deal to keep the government open past February fifteenth deadline, a bipartisan group of house Senate negotiators met for the first time today and policy address the issue at a sentence session with reporters today, the California Democrat said she wants to see the negotiators bipartisan Bill my next Friday, telling a news conference, there will not be any wall money in the legislation coroner in Ohio says the death of a woman whose body was found in a vacant house was likely related to the dangerous cold gripping the state Lorain county coroner Stephen Evans said the sixty year old woman's body was found yesterday in Lorraine. He told the chronicle telegram, it appears she died of hypothermia. Authorities say she apparently died in the last day or two the nation's top intelligence officials and President Trump are at odds over the potential risks to the US from North Korea, Russia and ISIS. The president criticized the warnings issued calling them passive and naive ABC's senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega. With the latest on that rift, President Trump bunched up blistering attack on his own handpicked intelligence leaders, tweeting perhaps intelligence should go back to school. It comes one day after they publicly contradicted him again. And again that phone ISIS. Do we have one against ISIS? The director of national intelligence said that is far from the case. Isis is intent on resurging and still commands thousands of fighters in Iraq and Syria, North Korea. President Trump says Kim Jong UN is willing to denuclearize CIA chief Gina hassle says hardly the regime is committed to developing a long range nuclear missile that would pose a direct threat to the United States and on the president's repeated claim that Iran is close to acquiring a nuclear weapon, we do not believe Iran is currently undertaking activities. We judge necessary. To produce a nuclear device. The president tweeting the intelligence people seem to be extremely passive and naive when it comes to the dangers of Iran. They are wrong. But the top democrat on the Senate intelligence committee sounded the alarm calling. The president's words dangerous adding people risk their lives for the intelligence. He just tosses aside once again reporting on that ABC's Cecilia Vega. The president's proposed wall remains a sticking point as legislators work toward the deal to keep the government open past February fifteenth and in a new interview, President Trump blames Paul Ryan for not coming through on his promise to secure wall funding last year, ABC's Serena Marshall reports from Washington a new interview with the daily caller, President Trump now blaming former house speaker Paul Ryan saying I was going to veto the omnibus Bill and Paul told me in the strongest of language, please don't do that. We'll get you the wall and added, but then he went lame duck. As senior GOP aide tells ABC the house followed through on that promise, but they didn't have the votes in the Senate to move it. Forward. Serena Marshall, ABC news Washington, Senator Lindsey Graham demanding the FBI justify the tactics. It used to arrest President Trump ally, Roger stone Friday, South Carolina, Republican is chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee. He sent a letter to FBI director Christopher Ray on Wednesday saying that he had questions about the predawn arrest. More than dozen armed agents wearing tactical gear swarm to stones Florida home. A news crew from CNN was there to witness the arrest. The network has said it was there because of unusual activity by the grand jury the previous day Graham is requesting that the FBI brief his committee by February fifth. Mark Mayfield reporting. The President Trump said to trade talks with China a day after senior US and Chinese officials met in Washington. The trade war between the world's top two economies is having an effect in both countries. ABC's? Karen Travers at the White House with the latest President Trump on Twitter. Sounds optimistic about trade talks this week between the US and China writing meetings are going well with good intentions spirit on both sides. But he's signal that no final agreement will be made until he needs one on one with China. Says president she in the near future the Trump administration's working against a ticking clock March I is the deadline to reach a long term agreement with China if there's no deal. The Trump administration says it will increase tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods from ten to twenty five percent. Karen Travers, ABC news, the.
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"Bill O'neil. Eric Heintz at the editor's desk. I'm Tom hutler with these headlines, the Los Angeles unified school district and the teacher's union having agreement teachers will need to vote on the deal before heading back to the classroom, Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti, the superintendent of LA unified and the teacher's union. President held a monster negotiating session last night. Which ended just as the sun came up today. The US supreme court is allowing the Pentagon to begin enforcing the Trump administration's order to limit transgender military service while things play out in the lower the lower courts. These are Precourt may not hear the case until sometime in two thousand twenty the Pentagon also has a choice not to act on anything until the issue is resolved in a high court. The us is the most dangerous place in the developed world to give birth to a child ABC's chief medical correspondent, Dr Jennifer Ashton with the men and women on the front lines of this epidemic has say look for answers should be one of the most joyous moments in life the birth of. A new baby. But for far too many women in the United States, especially women of color and their families. It's not joy, they're experiencing heartache complications. And even death women like Fantasia Graham, and I knew deep down in my heart. Everything was not fine because my body wishes giving up like and so much. I was at my grandma's house. Getting ready for school added saw blood to fight go to the hospital. Like now when I got there. They did off Sal. And they told me that they didn't hear a.
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"I'm Eric Heintz. Komo news. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. Doc markets have gone from worst to best two thousand eighteen was the worst year for stock since two thousand eight and now two thousand nineteen is off to the best start since two thousand six however, the years less than two weeks old the thirty stock. Dow ended Friday just six points lower but posted a gain of five hundred sixty two points for the week closing at twenty three nine ninety six the s&p five hundred into the week with a two and a half percent gain about sixty five points to twenty five ninety six and the NASDAQ soared more than three and a half percent for the week ten year. US treasury yields crept up from two point six seven percent on Monday to two point seven percent to close Friday and crude oil prices rose on Saudi Arabia's pledged to cut oil production, even further US crude rose more than seven percent to close the week at fifty one dollars and seventy cents a barrel. I'm Don MacDonald. Komo news. Now, your political insights from ABC news as the partial government shutdown enters week four the president wavering on whether he'd used his emergency power to get his wall built that could do that very quickly the absolute right to do it. But I'm not gonna do it. So fast vice-president, reassuring border patrol and other federal employees who are working without pay all of the agencies affected by this shutdown will be paid in full when the government re opens thousand Senate passing bills guaranteeing that backpay but congress going home for the weekend without ending the shutdown. That's left eight hundred thousand federal workers without a paycheck TSA spokesperson saying they will close a Miami security line for a half day from Saturday to Monday as part of a contingency plan with a growing number of agents calling in sick a member of them saying they're looking for other work to pay their bills. Those are your political insights. I'm Andy Field. ABC news. US officials confirmed the withdrawal process from Syria has begun equipment is being pulled out of that country. But no details when they pull out will be complete ABC's chief global affairs anchor Martha Raddatz has more from Washington Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo saying from Cairo that withdrawal does not change the mission of completely dismantling ISIS. How that will work going forward is unclear but there are fears that Russia and Iran will fill the vacuum. The US leaves behind. The supreme court said Friday that Justice Ruth mater, Ginsberg's recovery is on track. ABC's? Aaron Katersky has more Justice Ginsburg will miss cord arguments next week as she continues to recover at home from cancer surgery. It was three weeks ago doctors here in New York removed cancerous growths from our left lung she's been recuperating at home since forcing her to miss arguments for the first time since she joined the court in nineteen Ninety-three. The supreme court said there's no evidence of any remaining cancer and Ginsburg requires no further treatment..
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"To travel saying security effectiveness will not be compromised, and performance standards will not change wait times may be affected. The union. President says seatac has about six hundred TSA officers that are being affected by this shutdown. The government shutdown could also affect you in a way that you might not have thought of the IRS won't be performing. It's many duties Shimon even help tax payers who have questions with tax filing season starting mid-january that can mean a delay in receiving tax refunds with this affecting so many people some experts say it might add enough pressure on the president and congress to come to some compromise to end the shutdown. Komo news time is six forty. Eric Heintz back from his holiday vacation Harley exterior sports. Jess, husky women. Put up a good fight last night dole. Losing the number five, Oregon eighty four seventy one. Let's talk about huskie men's basketball. Tonight. Oh, yes. We got the Seahawks today with Dallas good morning. Eric the Seahawks face the Dallas Cowboys tonight in an NFC wildcard matchup Seahawks. Middle linebacker Bobby Wagner says the Cowboys offense is playing well behind quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott more confident looks like he's a. You know, making really good decisions with the ball. And and Zeke Eze running the rock river hard. So it's kind of what we did last time. You know, you're gonna try to get this game. Open at the passing game. So we've got to do our jobs may soon. Stop. We will Elliott says they don't put too much thought into the Seahawks twenty four thirteen win over Dallas in the first month of the season. You can go back and look at it. You can see how they try to defend certain things.
Regina King Keeps Emmy Streak Going with 'Seven Seconds'
"Night. It's the Emmys actress Regina king scored a fourth nomination this one for co starring in the Netflix series, seven seconds. She's one of twenty eight actors of color nominated and tells us the needle is moving from the first time I was nominated to this time each year, it's been more people of color in. That's an exciting thing. It is. I hope that it's not just a trend. The Emmys air Monday night on
When is the right time to get your flu shot?
"High gear as supplies are ready to ship to that hurricane zone world Vision's Quincy Walker says they're sending several palates of tense canopies food and hygiene supplies to the Carolinas tomorrow. So you don't wanna see disaster. You don't wanna see families this place or anything? But I'm as part of our ministry and part of my job to be able to deploy at a moment's notice. So I feel good. I always feel good to be able to get in there and help the most vulnerable in the most and bloodworks northwest. They're shipping
Komo, WNBA and Storm discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"News a rocket Crowded keyarena yesterday, the Seattle storm urged to be earned a big win is the begin their playoff run they beat the Phoenix mercury, ninety one, to eighty seven and the WNBA semifinals the first game komo's Steve McCarron was stepping up, to, the, doors of, key arena Thank you so much tickets in hand, Seattle storm fans could sense this day was the start of something the. Storm entered the postseason as the number one seed. The first time since winning its second WNBA championship. Eight years ago newly crowned league MVP Stuart says the fans have definitely helped fuel
Trump's $92 million military parade is postponed
"The big military parade President Trump wanted to. Commemorate the centennial of, World War One has been postponed the Pentagon made the announcement after a new estimate showed that the event could cost ninety two million dollars much more. Than the previous estimate of twelve million. Dollars the president, criticised DC officials on Twitter saying they ramped up the costs Mariel, bowser responded saying she had simply shown Trump the realities of holding a. Parade in quote Trump
Scott Servais says 'We'll see' when asked if struggling Felix Hernandez will make next start for Seattle Mariners
"Sports desk former teammate Adrian Beltre along with your ex and profile and Roberto. Dur all hit homers off Felix Hernandez he gave up eight hits walked four and gave. Up, eleven runs seven earned and another struggle on the mound for king Felix who may. Be banished to the bullpen or sent to the disabled list after his latest ugly start the third and deciding game of the series with a. Rare, Rangers in the Mariners comes up at eleven oh five our time this. Morning from
Eric Heintz, US and Tom Hutler discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Editor's desk along with Eric Heintz I'm Tom hutler a new report says. More nuclear material has gone missing in the US according, to the report to security experts at the department of energy. Percent to pick up dangerous materials from a research lab in, San Antonio with radiation, detectors will the experts were resting. At a hotel the sensors and samples were, stolen from their vehicle officials say the stolen samples can't be, made, into, a nuclear bomb, national, weather, service warning the northeast to. Brace for severe weather heavy rain slash leads hail even an isolated tornado possible a severe storms roll in of last flood watch. Issued from Philadelphia to all the way up to Portland Maine news timed out nine forty seven Urgent care clinics continue to grow in popularity but a new study shows patients who choose that convenience are more likely to walk away with an unnecessary prescription for antibiotics when compared.
Woman survives seven days on radiator water after California crash
"Van Cise at Eric Heintz at the editor's desk I'm Tom hutler, star stories that were following. Russian President Vladimir Putin rejects allegations that Moscow has collected compromising materials on US President Trump or his family the Russian leader dismissing the claims as, sheer nonsense responding to a, question during a joint news conference with Trump after their. Summit in Helsinki Putin famous for his tardiness said official talks and was late for these talks as well long has sought to meet with Trump at the Russian leader was thirty five minutes late to arrive at the closely watched summit in the Finnish capital part of a long tradition since his first election in two thousand two quick thinking campers saved a, twenty, three year old woman's life after she disappeared for a week, after crashing her SUV and. Big Sur. California we found, her car about a mile north of the. Campground and it looked pretty new But it was rusty Was destroyed we just walked around the rocks news like a yard. Sale of car parts Angela Hernandez was driving on highway one when she lost control of Jeep and plummeted to the bottom of a. Two hundred foot cliff Female are going to be back Center But rescuers couldn't find. Her she detailed her daily struggle to survive from her Facebook page in the hospital. Writing I climb on rocks to avoid the sharp sand walk along the shore to avoid the hot rocks about three days had passed by now and the back of my jeans were torn. Apart my socks were nothing but, holes and I could start feeling the effects of. Dehydration that's when she says she heard what sounded like a miracle fresh, water tripping from Iraq using part of a radiator hose as an improvised canteen Hernandez says she went back to that rock every day to get fresh. Water she didn't have the strength or the, energy and, frankly just. Condition she was in. Chic she would have never have made it up that. Cliff so she wasn't even able to attempt, that but she remained missing till four days later when the more spotted her near their camp site ran up to. Her she said she rector, car and we were like The white Jeep, and she's like yeah Oh my. Gosh you're alive you're in one piece I couldn't believe. It and we realized she needed help, she looked pretty beat up her, sister rejoice.
Second day of Thailand cave rescue
"The editor's desk along with erik heintz i'm tom hutler the official heading of the thai cave rescue operation says the four boys run out of the flooded by divers today are safe and conscious and now in a hospital the official telling a news conference that bundy's operation which was second day of the high stakes rescue effort took less time than sundays because of the experienced experience accumulated and more people involved prime minister theresa may defending her post brexit trade plan that sparked cabinet resignations saying it's the only way to avoid a hard border with ireland many may telling the house of commons today that our program which would allow the free movement of goods but not services is the right brexit because it would make it possible to avoid checks at the border between the republic and northern ireland komo news time now nine sixteen in choosing a new justice i would select someone with impeccable credentials great intellect unbiased judgment and deep reverence for the laws and constitution of the united states coming up at six o'clock our time president trump announced his nominee for the supreme court he says he's down to four candidates that person will become the swing vote on many crucial issues i'm joined in the komo news line by abc's terry moran at the supreme court terry no matter which of these four candidates put forth by the president could signal significant change this is the crucial seat on the court as you anthony kennedy was vote getting a lot of it but environmental law he was probably be crucial any environmental case before the court for a long time on affirmative action for all kinds of issues this this is this is this is donald trump's opportunity to shape this court generation more tell us who these four nominees are and who the front runner might be they're all conservative federal appeals court judges brett kavanagh is long service here in washington he worked for ten dollars bill clinton investigation and for the bush white house that long paper trail make count against because they want to fat amy coney barrett she's a doobie forty six year social conservative karla professor at notre dame judge court common hardiman gorsuch was selected last year and he has a advocate president trump's fister barely and trump berry hard a lot and finally raimond catholic michigan he was also in the running last year fishing buddy upfield gore and is a solid conservative those are the more feel like calm but again in part because mitch mcconnell and we've got to get a conservation fast somebody who queens be relied to moderate republican women susan collins of maine lisa murkowski of alaska they could be key factors in this right they are because both have that if they get an opportunity they get a strong indication from would overturn roe versus wade that's going to be really call it that you know that that is something that people need is a precedent that needs to be respected so is it democrats are able reelection to trump state named gorsuch already shipped the battleground the question the constitutional right to generations of america have grown up with they think they've got a shot the block so those republican modern winning collins and murkowski will be critical well we'll know by six tonight our time on the west coast terry thanks for being with us and we'll talk again soon you bet abc's terry moran on the choice of the nominee for.
Editor, Official and Komo discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"News station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven eric heintz our editor i'm tom hutler stories we're following a senior administration official says president donald trump repeatedly talked to military intervention investments venezuela last year despite pushback from top aides the account describes trump suggesting a military option to remove president nicolas maduro from power in troubled venezuela and the thai soccer team mates stranded more than a week in a partly flooded caves say in a new video they are healthy heavy rains are forecast for later this week which could complicate plans to safely extract them and their coach they're seen in the video sitting with tie navy seals in the dark cave with their visibly skinny faces lit by a flashlight komo news time now eight forty six americans all over the nation are celebrating the fourth of july and maybe she's karen travers at the white house with details on what president trump has planned for independence day good morning karen thanks for being with us and what is going on at the white house today major public events the barbecue and picnic here at the white house tonight at followed by fireworks staff military families have been invited to celebrate the fourth year and that's pretty much it you know we've asked if the president's gonna be talking to anymore contenders for the supreme court and the white house hasn't said i think you know he's already talked to seven people so far that's seems to be the top tier it would be surprising if he add more to the list but for now is saying that's it and they're not even getting into details of who he had spoken to still looking at a monday announcement the ninth that's the plan from the president he said that he will be making announcement at the white house be making a decision possibly sooner than that but you know he likes the elemental suspended surprise it last year when he announced neal gorsuch as supreme court nominee he did it with a big primetime event and nobody knew who it was until you walked into the room and it was pretty incredible that they were able to keep that held so closely like to see that happening again and you know there's a lot of talk about who these people are on the list this toptier short list about who is rising to the top of it and who may be a front runner at this point but we we important they november here at the white house is until the president announces things you know you gotta be careful and they could head fakes and i think until he does it himself we can't be sure he invoked neal gorsuch in mentioning that he believes this will be another home run with his choice so he's pretty confident that whoever he chooses is going to be a great supreme court justice of course that's pending confirmation he said you know incredible intellect he's looking for temperamentally looking for broader judicial philosophy things like that he's not asking about specific cases that's the white house is insisting which is notable because a lot of people are paying close attention to what the president potential nominees have said in the past or have ruled in the past on abortion rights reproductive rights things like that they're going to be a very critical part of this fierce confirmation battle in the next few months i know you said it's tough to speculator also can get a little bit of trouble there but there are there any names that have kind of surface as a possible frontrunner here that you've heard the top lists that we've been seeing is brad kavanagh who's an appellate court judge here washington there's also amy tony barrett who's based in illinois she is somebody that the president seems to like we've been hearing that from some sources there's also a sense that maybe the president would like to go with a conservative woman you know to kind of balance things out and she would be a top contender she's conservatory like her credentials and she's got a nice personal story to mom she had a couple of children who are adopted another child who had special needs connect personal story that said lawmakers are going to be looking for what she and her other potential nominees have said about critical decisions in how they have ruled and read in the past we are supposed to get the answer on monday and have a great fourth of july holiday.
Trump, Audi and President discussed on Bloomberg Opinion
"President trump goes ahead with retaliatory tariffs on steel and aluminum fans have bmw's audi's inverse eighties they pay more mr trump's threat of tariffs on european union cars has little to do with alfa romeo's or peugeots as hardline us trade rep peter navarro explains it would hit one major automaking nation germany sells us three cars for everyone we sell them why is that because they're tariffs on cars and four times higher than ours and they had nontariff barriers that means there's almost a half a million more jobs in places like bavaria than detroit because germany cheats german name plates only have three auto plants in the us bob costantini washington the justice department has turned over to house republicans new classified information on the russia investigation the move comes after threats to hold the justice department officials in contempt even prepping impeachment i'm mike morris and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters saudi arabia promised to act to keep oil prices under control energy minister khalid al follow signal to reporters today in vienna where opec meeting that a real supply boost approaching one million barrels a day is on its way to global markets the comments from alfalfa come after a lastminute compromise that overcame iranian opposition west texas intermediate was last quoted at sixty eight fifty eight a barrel as we've been reporting president donald trump threatened a twenty percent tariff on cars imported from the european union that is unless the block removes import duties and other barriers to us goods escalating a global trade war the eu warned could endanger three hundred billion dollars in commerce turkey is slapping additional taxes on everything from imports of cars to whiskey and rice from the us this in retaliation for new us tariffs on steel that according to an official document seen by bloomberg net flicks is top spokesman is leaving the company after using a racial slur in a work setting jonathan freedland chief communications officer said on twitter yesterday he's stepping down following insensitive comments he made to colleagues according to a memo obtained by bloomberg he used a derogatory term for black people twice in the past year the new york post setting a source close to the situation reports craft heintz is interested in buying campbell soup and believes the suit makers management will start a sales process soon china's xiaomi corp plans to raise up to six point one billion dollars in one of the biggest global stock market debuts this as it tries to become a worldwide brand right alongside apple google and amazon details released today show the initial public offering in hong kong would value shall me based in beijing at as much as seventy point three billion dollars global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg welcome to bloomberg opinion on bloomberg radio bring you news comments and insights from bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists i'm your host june grosso this week we'll look at apple's web video programming initiative and how it's trying.
China startled by Trump's hotline to Kim - Nikkei Asian Review
"Major for leagues a marine crossing crazy give that another the yanks five won four two minutes in a makeup your next report from coming the up may at sixteenth four fifty rain four out jay phillips that was komo the regularly news scheduled game thank aaron you jane your hicks forecast with for go today ahead mostly tater in sunny that one and washington hot with the also daytime acquire high closer around kelvin eighty herrera five degrees from for tonight kansas city lows for around three prospects sixty right five enter with then fourteen taking a look saves ahead to wednesday and a one point partly five sunny era with daytime this season high again rangers over near the royals eighty six five to three degrees indians with the and white currently sox outside six the studios to of phillies komo shaded news news the in cardinals downtown six five seattle in ten we innings clear skies pirates blanked and the brewers sixty by two count degrees of one to nothing mets routed the rockies stay by connected stay twelve informed to to score komo news one thousand oh get the parades ninety seven ready seven and brandon komonews nimmo homered dot twice com hit good a morning big komo news big time night is at four forty five four i'm for eric six heintz in the komo with twenty four four runs seven batted news center in here's some diamondbacks of our top down headlines the angel seventy north four dodgers korean and dictator cubs were postponed kim jong by own rain is and making a power a two outage day at visit wrigley to field beijing they'll have a and daynight is expected doubleheader to discuss today if chinese the weather leaders holds as next out we'll see steps what happens after with that a summit soccer with president trump world cup twenty comes eighteen as us in china russia's ties are still being tested opening by round a major pool trade play dispute three games on hundreds monday sweden gathered edge at seattle's south korea normandy one park nothing last on night a penalty for a vigil against was the swedes a first zero goal tolerance and over four policy hundred minutes at of the play us mexican dating all border the way back that to separating march families belgium pounded and panama in sports three the nothing u dub ramalu huskies baseball lukaku team scored eliminated twice and from the england college defeated world series to asia last two to night one rocked losing him like to oregon harry kane state fourteen the tottenham to five striker with an early goal komo and then news the time winner is in now stoppage four dot forty six three more games tom today water columbia police are in trying japan to figure meeting out why saransk man went on poland a carjacking senegal and shooting go at it rampage in moscow that and ended then the second with his set death of pool games the begin family of with the most russia seriously and egypt injured victims thankful they go out they it were in two saint armed petersburg people three in the games store tomorrow's who took action back three komo's games every keith day eldridge through sunday is following and then they'll the go story for a day guy for four days we've seen to them running wrap out things of the store up just more ten says days he after had winning an inkling the stanley he might cup need and a his week gun after their victory he parade says it was the a washington good thing capitals as he are and in another search of a new armed coach civilian barry took trots out resigned after the shooter on monday the other his gentlemen original that contract have the was set to what run out after the other firearm the season but a clause when in it activated a two year extension heard if him they won tell the cup him put thing it down is that for was something negotiated for shot years was ago fired when coaches killing were tim day i making looked a lot at less him money and where it is trump's and wanted i to just big raise watched them they take couldn't his come last to breaths terms and so now he's which a free was agent capitals really scaring not only brought hold an the stanley end to cup the carjacking they also posted and shooting the best record rampage in the.
College Baseball World Series held this weekend in Nebraska
"Desk good morning eric heintz the washington husky baseball team is at the college world series this weekend tonight they'll face mississippi state levi jordan says the diamond dogs are ready to play before the huge crowds in omaha nebraska you know playing in front of the crowds in carolina and also in california that's been a tremendous thing and it's prepared us for really anything you'd be great for that size of the crowd to be on our side you know but you know that's the part that you have to be tough about when you're playing on the road and you know our team is tough and we can play through that so play the bulldogs at five o'clock tonight on espn seahawks wrapped up their offseason training program with this week's three day mini camp coach p curl was pleased with his team's effort over the past few days but before they headed in their different directions he asked his players to keep their minds on football i'm concerned about the six weeks coming up in two guys do a really good job taking care of themselves and coming back stronger and faster they're in good shape right now millie we we'd be ready to go into the cap then we'd be in good shape we'll come back and let it rip the won't be on the practice field together again until july twenty six the start of training camp and the sounders are off this weekend after a two one road loss to the red bulls in new york a week from today they host chicago sports at ten and forty minutes past the hour i'm eric heintz in.
Mount Everest, Mount Hood and Obama discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"And komonews dot com stories we're keeping an eye on which is at the editor's desk assisted by eric heintz tom hutler president trump's chief economic adviser brushing up concerns over escalating trade disputes for the host of us allies as nothing but a family quarrel larry cudlow director of the national economic council telling reporters today he remains optimistic about the outcomes of negotiations with canada europe and mexico in spite of recent escalations president trump says it's a total double standard that comedian samantha b wasn't fired for using vulgar term to describe his daughter and top white house adviser ivanka trump the incident came shortly after abc cancelled the roseanne show after the comedian compared a former obama aide who was african american to an ape trump wants once again caught on tape bragging about sexual assault komo news time ten fifteen and the everest cancer climb it's not the first man to climb the world's tallest mountain he is the first to do it in the name of fred hutchinson komo's brian calvert sat down with a local man who just got back from nepal the climbing bug bit long ago for luke timmerman who went out with friends for fun mount baker mount rainier mount hood it wasn't until twenty thirteen that we got around to our first really big ambitious climb which was denali after that luke says mount everest would come up in conversation but he just wasn't ready he wanted to have a reason a good reason i've been writing about cancer developments for the last fifteen years last summer when i realized that i was actually in position to climb everest but i wanted to connect it to a cause on may twenty first luke timmermann became the first to summit everest as part of the fred hutch is climbed to fight cancer after unfurling his fred hutch flag he paused and remember what he felt most after summoning relief try to savor the moment we happen to summit on a beautiful day so it was sunny and you could see for probably one hundred miles the two month trek had it's less than glorious moments he says thoughts of family and his goal for.
Brian Calvert, Kitsap County and Washington State Patrol discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"And tacoma in the top five for the most competitive housing markets right now we're talking price growth competition and time on market as san jose california is number one by san francisco and oakland number four in terms of competition is seattle number five is tacoma we're more than half of homes on the market or selling for above asking according to this study both cities also the top five for price growth as i mentioned fourteen and thirteen percent respectively over the course of the last year alone kale thompson the fda is giving the green light for a new non opioid drug to fight opioid withdrawal loose amira is now approved for up to fourteen days of use and comes with a warning that it might not get rid of withdrawal symptoms completely it might be enough however to help make it through kicking opioid skull turkey study shows high uranium levels in some wells in north eastern washington wells in the area frequently have high uranium concentrations sometimes as much as forty times a level considered the state's standards for safe drinking water the spokesman review reports a new study from the us geological survey sampled water from thirteen wells and looked at historical data on uranium concentrations half the wells sampled had levels of uranium about thirty micrograms per liter that's the standard for drinking water uranium occurs naturally in the rock deposits common in that part of the state investigators looking into why a bainbridge and police officers riflefired last month inside a casino according to the kitsap sun komo's eric heintz says it happened while the officer was responding to an emergency no one was injured in the april nineteenth incident at clearwater casino the officer reported the rifle was pointed toward the floor the safety was activated and his finger was off the trigger bainbridge police chief matt hammer described the rifle is an a our style semiautomatic rifle and says the washington state patrol crime lab inspector the gun and could find no evidence of something wrong with it says the weapon is being analyzed by the kitsap county sheriff's office which is conducting the investigation eric heintz komo news are you noticing fewer babies being born now versus just a few years ago the nation's birthrate has hit a thirty year lows we hear more from komo's brian calvert the economy is strong as governor jay inslee acknowledged earlier today.
Jennifer Hart was drunk when she drove her family off a cliff, authorities say
"Say that syria intercepted twelve cruise missiles launched on an airfield near damascus this according to russian media todd ant abc news the north west only allnews station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven this is twenty four seven news on komo news i'm paul jackson jennifer heart the woman who police say drove her family off a california cliff was drunk at the time of the wreck toxicology report showed that hart had a blood alcohol level of point one oh to well above the legal limit the california highway patrol says her wife sarah and their two adopted children had a significant amount of compound found in benadryl in their systems that chemical can make people drowsy the hearts and three of their children were found dead after the car went into the pacific ocean last month three other children are missing investigators are still working to identify a body that may be connected to the crash the flu continues to work its way through kitsap county komo's eric heintz reports five flu related deaths reported in march those deaths were followed by two in april and local health officials say that proves that resurgence of flu activity the kits at public health district reports laboratory confirmed cases of influenza appear to peak in january cases increased again in march and remain elevated this month a total of seventeen flu related deaths have been reported since november surpassing the thirteen deaths recorded during the two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen flu season gets up son reports all of the people who died during the current flu season had underlying health concerns and all but one was sixty five or older eric heintz komo news the trump administration appears to be ready to take a new approach to marijuana laws as charlie harder explained attorney general jeff sessions had made it very clear even though some states had legalized pot it remains illegal under federal law and could be prosecuted in those states under federal law best view is that we don't need to be legalizing marijuana but republican senator cory gardner of colorado disagreed saying voters in.
"heintz" Discussed on DLC
"Awesome very cool well we're excited to have you here for the entire show and let's start things off the way we always do we story of the week story gives the story from the we we we started the week is the part of the show where we make our case for the most important stories that happened in the world of games this week we should say were recording a little bit earlier than normal so if there are some big stories that break monday morning that we would usually cover your ears talk about them but we're according a little early 'cause i'm travelling store the week is where we make our case for the most important stories that happened in the world of games this week you always take submitted stories on our sup read it which you can find at five by five deal see dot reddit dot com cool folks they're hanging out specially want to shout out to choke slapped sauce or chocolate sauce i guess probably pronounced who is doing very cool stuff with show notes he's got a bunch of shown up threads every week really cool stuff so thanks for doing all that extra work you guys we usually let our guest pick the first story we talk about their story of the week i'm gonna go with kate and have you uh select what your what you would consider to be your story of the week i have been a little bit distracted lately with our heintz share i've definitely than enjoying night and they're lunch a fortnight so yeah that's interesting a fortnight launched in in an interesting way especially for game we hear is going to be a free to play game it's launched in early access and is paid early access and it's as if you know you pay to get access but you also get the benefits of what you would get a few purchased that kind of tier of content when the game is free to play she got a bunch of pin yacht as and luton stuff.