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Washington Governor Inslee rescinds state travel advisory to align with CDC travel advisory guidance
"Has rescinded his travel advisory and is now advising all travelers to comply with the CDC is current travel guidance. Instead, CDC guidance says to avoid non essential travel Even if you're vaccinated, the agency plans to update those guidelines once more people have received their shot. November, Insley heads issued an advisory encouraging those traveling to Washington to self quarantine for 14 days. During a briefing, King County public health, Dr Jeff Duchin says, we've seen an increase in travel Associated cases. Please remember that up to half of covered 19 transmission occurs from people who look and appear well way do not know. That we're harboring the virus. These us When we speak, it floats in the air, and it can infect others.
Still no Phase 3, but Washington Gov. Inslee says no regions will backslide in reopening
"With covert infection numbers continuing to go down, Governor, Insley says. There's no need to add more restrictions anytime soon. No regions are gonna be moving backwards from phase two to phase one. He's also not ready to talk about what Face three will look like you want to give people is much predictability is we can provide them. We know how important it is to businesses and everyone else, but it would not serve their purpose to give them a plan that later we didn't come to
Inslee to announce new COVID-19 metrics for some reopening and ‘additional flexibility,’ Washington state senator says
"Inslee today is expected to lift some of the covert restrictions that prevent many state businesses from reopening. That's what a state Senate leader is saying Como's Corwin Haig has more. Insley himself has said no such thing yet. But Senator Andy Billig says the governor will make an announcement today. For those that are on this call. You can get just a little special Early news during a town hall meeting last night, Billy Democrat from Spokane, said Inslee will relax some of the metrics needed. For the eight regions identified in his plan to move into Phase two. I'll leave the details for the governor because I think he's still working out the final step. Billig is the state Senate majority leader. Such a step would please the dozens of restaurant and recreation owners who testified during a recent legislative hearing. They can safely reopen immediately. And what lawmakers to pass a law allowing it.
"insley" Discussed on KOMO
"Are going to increase. We're getting ready for showers on Sunday. Mostly cloudy showery during the day tomorrow mid forties and then cooler air moves into western Washington. So the showers that show up on Monday mixing with his son breaks mine. A few snowflakes mixed in nothing sticking to the ground. It is Tuesday morning. We have a better chance of finding some light accumulations out there, but they'll melt quickly in the couple of cinema turns on come on News, Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman already looking ahead to the next Presidential election. She wants to change the way our state holds its presidential primaries. Lincoln Graves of our sister station, Katie, you explains what the secretary wants to do. Currently, Washington State law requires voters to mark and sign their party's declaration on ballot envelopes in presidential primaries. Doesn't sit right with many. There are many folks are disgruntled that they have to sign that space and in some shoes not decided, and then, sadly, their boat isn't isn't counted. Nora's accounted If you declare one party, then signed for the other. It's a form of closed primary. Most states have it so that anybody can go and vote in a primary. On the West Coast were a little bit if you're about that Republican state representative Skylar Rude is co sponsoring new legislation supported by Secretary of State Kim Wyman to change the system and open things up. But it also gives a voice to those who don't feel comfortable ability with the party. Do you feel like there's Ah political advantage in doing this? I don't think so in the reason is because because it doesn't Necessarily isn't find any delegates. Theo on Lee impact of this bill is positive, and that's giving a voice to NFL voters. Thu political analyst Jim or agrees The idea is a good one and doesn't think either political party would necessarily benefit from it. I think it's a fantastic idea. Toe open up the primaries toe, everybody. So that you get a true sense of what the voters want. And then that could be the larger group of voters in the general election have a better choice. However, neither the Republican nor the Democratic parties are required to use those unaffiliated ballots. When counting the vote totals for their candidates. President Biden has invoked the Defense production act with the goal of getting more supplies out for testing and protecting health and other essential public workers. Come on, Suzanne. Fun has more on what businesses and healthcare communities saying about that governor Insley believes President Biden's moved to invoke the Defense production act will be a big boost. I'm so glad that he's doing that they're fully mobilized. Industrialized industrial capacity of the United States way want to be ahead of that curve. We have to look at this as a wartime effort. We have to mobilize. All of our community resource is In this effort, and that's what we're doing. The president pushing forward with the school to get 100, Million people vaccinated and his 1st 100 days, this is wants to help. We've seen that and here in our local communities, Starbucks and Amazon and Costco willing to help Does this wants to help this allowed? This gives them a little bit more of ah of support and encouragement. At the beginning of the pandemic. Businesses like outdoor research stepped in to help fill the void. They helped produce millions of mass because they had the people power and the equipment. We started selling Mass, which we've now made over. I think three million sewn masks the medical masks we've made probably over 12 million camo Suzanne FAAN reporting. Holidays have come and gone. But there's often a New year's tradition You might not know about sin annual price hike on TV and Internet feeds from some of the biggest cable and satellite companies or from Como's Ryan Yamamoto. If you subscribe to 18 tease, direct TV or U verse. Charters, Spectrum Internet or Comcast is Xfinity cable or Internet? You're not in a promotional or introductory offer contract, it may see.
Microsoft campus near Seattle will be used to administer COVID-19 vaccine
"Governor Insley announced effective immediately. Any Washington resident age 65 or older can now get the vaccine for covert 19 almost Brian Calvert, with more details as to how the state is going to accomplish this. In his address yesterday, Inslee unveiled plans to open massive vaccination sites across the state, utilizing a syriza of privately owned facilities, including a Redmond campus. That's virtually a ghost town these days. We don't have employees and all of our buildings these days, so we're gonna be working with local hospitals. S so that they can administer their vaccines in a building on our campus. Microsoft's Brad Smith is on board. So is Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson. We're here to support the governor, Dr Shaw and all of their staffs who are working tirelessly to serve the people of the state of Washington, a vaccine and every coffee shop. Maybe not, But plans aren't final just yet by lowering the vaccination age to 65. More than 1.5 million Washingtonians are now eligible, meaning the state must now create capacity to avoid long lines like we saw last week at a vaccination site in swim.
Washington Announces Pandemic Relief Payments For Unemployed
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"insley" Discussed on KOMO
"It is 7 31 Wednesday morning and in downtown Seattle cloudy skies, But we do have some wet roadways and in many spots, it's 46 degrees. I Greg, her short. Manda is off this morning, and these are some of our top stories. The high level of covert 19 transmission these days is setting the landscape for the vaccine rollout to come. U Dub Medicine professor doctor Deborah Fuller says there is hard work ahead with manufacturing the vaccine, distributing it and then convincing people that it's safe. We are looking at, hopefully licensing not just one vaccine, but 2345 and get 567 fire hoses out there on that bonfire, Dr Fuller says. We have to get a handle on this now or we'll have many more deaths and illnesses while we wait for the vaccine to take effect. Comes on a day when we have nearly 3000 new cases of the virus confirmed here in our state Governor Insley is keeping the current restaurant bar and Jim Closure order in effect into the new year. Now the industry is calling the move outrageous and heartbreaking as we hear from comas Brian Calvert. The backlash from the Washington Hospitality Association was swift and the group's president said. I'm beyond frustrated. I'm beyond angry. This does not need to be done. And now there's more outcry than ever for Congress to take up something called the blueprint for Restaurant revival. Stimulus plan that could prevent more closures. There's also revolt like a Vancouver coffee shop owner who says he'll allow customers to continue to dine in for past two weeks. We have served Over 7000 people, which is a really huge number, and about five of them complained that we're still open. He says his choices to break the rules or close his store permanently. According to our Hospitality association survey, Washington has lost over 2000 restaurants. Already nearly half of them are in King County and 624 permanent closures so far in Seattle alone. Ryan Calvert Co. Moughniyah Louis County restaurant is now facing over $67,000 in fines for breaking the state's Covad mandate is staying open, according to the Department of Labor and Industries. Spiff Teas restaurant in Napa Vine accrued the fine for keeping the dining room open after the governor in order it closed. Is a possibility The restaurant may not be forced to pay after a judge ruled that Ellen I did not presented of evidence in a different case, several anytime fitness locations in central Washington refined over the summer for not being covert compliant. Then there's a small town of Inju, Liam and Eastern Washington. They're dealing with a covert outbreak. This impacting more than 10% of the people that lived there about 400. People live there on the call Ville Indian Reservation. Nearly 50 of them have the virus. The town's now under a curfew from 9 P.m. till 6 a.m. to try to slow the spread of the virus. This woman lives there. I think you know when you're young. You just don't think about This'll could happen to me. Colville Tribe says they're seeing fewer than 10 people testing positive, But that number jumped by nearly 40 within just a matter of a couple of days, and angry protest in Boise is forcing officials thereto abruptly stop a public health meeting. The city's mayor and police chief made that request. One of the members on the county health Court said she had to rush Oh, because demonstrators were banging on the door of her home or her 12 year.
Millions pack airports, roads despite warnings from health experts
"Cases could be surging. Millions of Americans are expected to ignore warnings and travel to see loved ones. This Thanksgiving. CBS is Lilia Luciano, saying Friday and Saturday. We're two of the busiest days. At the nation's airports since the start of the pandemic, America's refusing to let the covert crisis grand them packing airports across the country. Despite the CDC is plea to stay at home. I get it, but it's Thanksgiving on people want to be with their families. Two million passengers took flights so far this weekend. This behavior worries Washington Governor Jay Insley. We have to understand that the house is on fire right now. Deaths are now climbing and 43 States and Puerto Rico hospitalizations are at a record high and jumping in every state. And on Friday, the number of travelers screened at airport security checkpoints in the United States topped one million for only the second time since March. They're still doing the detective work in
Inslee leads by 500,000 votes in King County SE of Seattle
"More than three million votes already counted jeans, leaves projected to win a third term as governor of Washington. He's leading by 500,000 votes in King County alone, Just given him a strong lead in the statewide numbers is, Lee says he views this as a mandate for his policies on climate change, and the pandemic. Voters instead of Washington tonight did not vote to cower. From Cove it or to cower from climate change or to coward from those forces in Washington, D. C. Who want to take away our healthcare challenger Lauren cult is performing well in rural counties in eastern Washington. Analysts say it won't be enough to overcome Insley sizable lead.
"insley" Discussed on KOMO
"ELMO News, 1000 FM. 97 7 Coma News Time. 9 31 It's 54 degrees. ART Sanders Top local stories from the Comb over 24 7 News Center. State Supreme Court has rejected initiative 9 76. The $30 Car Tab initiative was passed by voters last November. In addition to lowering the cost of tabs, it also cuts on funding for sound transit. The justices unanimously ruled it violated the rule that an initiative could only cover One topic Initiative sponsored Tim I'm in, says he's outraged. I'd like to think that you would have extra suspect for an initiative. That wasn't a fluke that passes three different times, isn't it? Just Obvious that this is what the voters want. He says the governor should call a special session of the state Legislature to mandate $30 car tabs. Governor Easley is weighing in all the courts car tab decision. Cuomo's Charlie Harder has the story. Anjali has harsh words for Tim. I mean, well, I think it's unfortunate that Mister. I'm in yet again has written an illegal unconstitutional. Measure. Yet again. It's just unfortunate that we've gone through that, but actually says he is open to a bill that would change the state's car tab laws. But he says any such bill must fully pay for things like road maintenance and buses. Insley has resisted calls this year for a special session of the Legislature. Charlie Harder Come. O new Seattle police officer was taken to harbor view after what's described as the arson of a patrol vehicle. This afternoon. It happened in the area of Dexter and John not far from Denny Park. Investigators say the suspect threw a piece of burning lumber in the vehicle as the officers sat inside. That officer is expected to be okay after suffering non life threatening. Burns were told an officer is believed to have fired a shot while pursuing the suspect who was taken into custody that suspect Was not hit. Let's budget time again for the Seattle City Council comas Ryan Harris has their breakdown of the mayor is spending proposal counsel staff says the mayor's $1.5 billion budget plan starts out $191 million short because of what's expected in the General Fund. But when nearly 28 million and spending cuts the new payroll tax, dubbed the Amazon tax and $73 million in reserve money or factored in the budget balances out The use of reserves is concerning to some, but council member Alex Peterson says with compound in crises, including back to back deficits. I believe mayor Dark and dirty Mab actually put forward a budget that is thoughtful and reasonable, and I do hope my colleagues do consider it in a collaborative and constructive manner. The Budget committee will spend the next several days going through the budget in detail and they'll likely make changes that will mean negotiations with the mayor. Brian Harris. Camo news news time 9 30 for narco traffic every 10 minutes. On the fours, There's Jay Phillips in Seattle North Bound I five approaching all of way. We have a stalled vehicle now blocking the right lane. Also in that north Seattle on Aurora Avenue north that North one 25th Street, there's a medical emergency response flowing north bound traffic there, and also in Seattle. There's an accident on Montlake Boulevard in North East 45th Street. Fire Department is on route to your next quarter. 9 44 jakphillips. Cuomo NEWS. Shannon O'Donnell has your camo forecast by everybody heading into our Thursday night with more rain on deck. This is a weak disturbance compared to the several that have already come through over the last several days. But regardless do prepare for a little bit more overcast in some rain at times overnight.
"insley" Discussed on KOMO
"7, Common News Time 7, 31 56 degrees Art Sanders and your Top local stories from the Comb 0 24 7 News Center. The state Supreme Court has rejected initiative 9 76 $30 Car Tab Initiative was passed by voters last November. In addition to lowering the cost of tabs, it also cut some funding for sound transit. The justices unanimously ruled it violated the rule that an initiative could only cover One topic Initiative sponsored Tim I'm in, says he's outraged. I'd like to think that you would have extra suspect for an initiative. That wasn't a fluke that passes three different times, isn't it? Just Obvious that this is what the voters want. He says the governor should call a special session of the state Legislature to mandate $30 car tabs. Ajay is Lee's weighing in on the court's car tab. Decision. Como's Charlie Harder has the story. Anjali has harsh words for Tim. I'm well, I think it's unfortunate that Mister. I'm in yet again has written an illegal unconstitutional. Measure. Yet again. It's just unfortunate that we've gone through that, but actually says he is open to a bill that would change the state's car tab laws. But he says any such bill must fully pay for things like road maintenance and buses. Insley has resisted calls this year for a special session of the Legislature. Charlie Harder come. O'Neill's Seattle police officer was taken to harbor view after what's described as the arson of a patrol vehicle. This afternoon. It happened in the area of Dexter and John, not far from Denny Park. Investigators say the suspect threw a piece of burning lumber into the vehicle as the officers sat inside. The officer is expected to be okay after suffering non life threatening Burns were told officers believed to have fired a shot while pursuing the suspect who was taken into custody. That suspect was not hit. It's budget time again for the Seattle City Council comas Ryan Harris has their breakdown of the mayor's spending. Proposed. Council staff says the mayor's $1.5 billion budget plan starts out $191 million short because of what's expected in the General fund. But when nearly 28 million and spending cuts the new payroll tax, dubbed the Amazon tax and $73 million in reserve money or factored in the budget balances out the use of reserves is concerning to some, but council member Alex Peterson said. Is with compound in crises, including back to back deficits. I believe mayor dark and enter team have actually put forward a budget that is thoughtful and reasonable, and I do hope my colleagues do consider it in a collaborative and constructive manner. The Budget committee will spend the next several days going through the budget in detail and they'll likely make changes That will mean negotiations with the mayor. Brian Harris. Come owners. Koa news time. 7 30 Foreign Cuomo Traffic every 10 minutes on the fours. Who's Tama Fulton? Of a new crash in West Seattle. It's on door found 35th Avenue Southwest as Shut West Avalon Way It's walking the right lane that's causing a slowdown. In first in the intersection of a new crash in Mill Creek on Seattle Hill Road at 36 drives out these causing a south bound slowdown approaching that area. And it's a coma. Watch for a stolen door found Highway 509 at Alexander Avenue used. It's blocking the left lane. You want to stay to the right to get by. This report is sponsored by great Florist Great Florist introduces Lux Craft. Here stands all new luxury vinyl flooring that captures nature's most.
Washington governor clears movie theaters to operate at 25% capacity, including Seattle-area theaters
"To prep to prep each chair, each chair, countertop countertop and every and single every exposed single exposed spaces. spaces. Movie goers Movie are goers invited are invited back to back the big to screens. the big screens. Governor, Insley Governor, has Insley allowed has theaters allowed to theaters resume to operations, resume operations, although the majority although the majority of auditoriums of auditoriums can on Ly can B on 25% Ly B 25% of capacity. of capacity. We're thrilled We're thrilled toe once again toe once welcome again welcome you to a shared you to a shared immersive immersive experience. experience. Karate is Karate CEO is CEO of Cinemark, of Cinemark, which will open which its will federal open its way. federal Bellevue way. Bellevue and Tacoma and theaters Tacoma theaters on Friday. on Friday. Auditoriums Auditoriums will be extensively will be extensively disinfected disinfected each morning. each morning. And all And occupied all occupied seats will seats be sanitized will be sanitized between Showtime. between Showtime. Other changes Other changes Movie times Movie will times be severely will be severely staggered staggered to limit to crowds limit crowds in the auditorium, in the auditorium, especially especially in restrooms in restrooms between between movies. movies. AMC AMC will open will 14 open 14 of its 15 of its 15 regional complex regional complex is on Friday is on Friday and locally and owned locally faraway owned faraway entertainment entertainment will open its will open small its chain small of movie chain houses of movie Friday. houses Friday. Which includes Which the includes Neptune the Neptune in Seattle in Seattle and the Admiral and the Admiral in West Seattle, in West Seattle, Brian Brian Calvert Calvert camo News camo News cities of cities Edmunds of Edmunds and effort and have decided effort have to decided expand to expand their ST their ARY ST rules ARY rules well into November. well into November. Toe hope, Toe help hope, local help local
Seattle - High school athletes petition Gov. Inslee for return of football, fall sports
"High school football players say their college scholarships could be on the line is a petition governor Jay Inslee to reinstate fall football more from camels, Corwin had an online petition calling on insult to allow fall sports has garnered over 9000 signatures. They're responding to the governor's recommendations adopted by state interscholastic activities. Officials also strongly recommend canceling or postponing all in person extracurricular activities, including sports and performing for those activities, Insley believes pose an unacceptably high risk of covert 19 transmission. Paul High School sports have been postponed until spring.
Seattle - Washington state primary election update
"People running to become Washington's next governor. Cuomo's Ryan Harris has more From a few of the leading candidates. One of the Republicans running is e R. Doctor Raul Garcia, who says the time for reopening schools and the economy is now I'm pretty comfortable with the numbers that I see in hospitalizations and death rates so we can have a balance the opening responsibly and three opening our economy. For God's sake, stay small businesses are going bankrupt. His fellow Republican Tim I'm, and also thinks it's time to reopen businesses, schools and churches high all the proclamation that employee have done I'll be reversed and we would actually go back to constitutional Republic where we actually make decisions together rather than one person making all decisions for everyone. Governor Insley is touting his leadership during the covert crisis is one of the reasons to reelect him as well well as as his his leadership leadership in in helping helping the the economy economy recover recover after after the the great great recession. recession. Ryan Ryan Harris, Harris, come come owner owner who's who's also also on on
Washington state to require face masks after county runs out of hospital beds
"The governor of Washington state has issued a mandatory order requiring people to wear facial coverings in public and P. ours will stone reports the decision comes amid an uptick in the number of new coronavirus infections in the state even with its gradual phased approach to re opening Washington is still seeing an increase in new coronavirus infections the situation is dire in eastern Washington health officials warned of an imminent explosion of cases in the region and governor Insley says hospitals in the area are already running out of room he says wearing face coverings is one of the best ways to slow the virus is spread and keep businesses open when we were facemask it is a statement that we care about other people enough to to protect them from that potential virus Washington joins California and a handful of other states that require masks in public settings when people are unable to socially
Seattle will de-escalate and dismantle 'CHOP' autonomous zone: Mayor
"Here there is a new autonomous zone popping up in Washington DC yes just like the one in Seattle you formerly known as jazz the capitol hill Antanas zone in DC this is right by the White House it is the B. has the black house autonomous it's a really call back I'm not kidding you can make that a kid not at all but died there the formally CHS now known as the chop the Capitol Hill occupied protest is is is going to be taken down mayor Jenny his I just about had enough or she is seen enough destruction to feel that she is a loud enough destruction to be a part of the progressive wing of the Democrat party which as she is from quote as the cumulative impacts of the gatherings in protest at then end the night time atmosphere in violence has led to increasingly difficult circumstances for our businesses it's it's forget about the fact the entire six blocks were occupied in it was vandalism and theft and assaults and robberies and shootings it's just becoming too tough for a business or residence the impacts of increased and the safety has decreased they are going to go in and dismantle the occupied zone I hope it's not pretty I hope no one gets hurt but I don't I hope it's not peaceful well that's kind of it right there's always somebody could place you could take because a you know ya it's just free it's it's everybody's it so it's it's a single tags at all there was a shooting last night in the cops weren't able to respond because there's no cop someone died Ole okay now we're getting serious here because when you don't let the law row you have any consequences some stuff made it seems pretty obvious and that's exactly what we've been talking about look great go have you commune somewhere no one's stopping you from that but the fact that an American mayor in an American city allowed people to just occupy streets of eight of the downtown the stock bears they don't own it businesses operate people live there and they just didn't care they just left those people I go yeah whatever you're on your own because some people decided to show up and overtake a police station well they they were six six blocks and then the police station was in there and of course mayor Jenny and governor Insley ball spineless Slappy is decided to have everyone in the precinct take off so that was their choice this lawless nature of this and the reason why people got hurt people got assaulted and people I'd got robbed and shot that's all one mayor Jenny all of that is on a journey she said I don't care if you're in here I didn't there's no protections you guys just do what you want everybody's going to be peaceful everybody's gonna have fun that was your decision the president of the United States said look if you don't do will go in there and do it for you because this is going to happen my job is to protect everybody in this nation including your Slappy town and I have to go in there and do it if you don't she's finally going to do which is funny too because again this is the double standard that some politicians are held to and others are not because you what might just sad about how this is all on mayor Jenny if this for trump running that city or Republican they would say that the media would absolutely say that about the mayor but because it's a Democrat they don't say that they don't have the crime they don't try to factor G. seeded six blocks of one of the great American cities two people who just protested and just showed up and think that that's cool like that's all we have parks you go do that stuff in a park but take over a park now where people live and work and make money and go to lunch and we'll walk to their apartments for crying out loud do it somewhere else in you know I went to Seattle for years ago it was during the occupy actually forgot about this my wife reminded me of it over the weekend she's like oh yeah there was a little section we had all the occupied peoples in the you know some urban scape and same kind of thing but this was different because it was multiple
"insley" Discussed on KOMO
"For an end to police using excessive force is gonna one day so what if he's fortunate enough to deal with some of the same injustices that I've dealt with my father's dealt with at the press conference we also heard from a woman who was shot in the eye with a rubber bullet at the same protest she's had several eye surgeries hello to my straight to my eyes like a marksman not down at my feet not at my knees not in my chest in my on my left side to be exact attorneys for the family say they're considering filing lawsuits against Seattle police we checked with the Seattle office of police accountability which investigates allegations of misconduct so far it's received more than seventeen thousand complaints about the police response to recent demonstrations this dashboard shows the progress of seventeen investigation stemming from those complaints in the case of the child who was pepper sprayed investigators are interviewing witnesses that's the seven step in a ten step process in the last few hours governor Insley announcing a new task force on policing and racial justice community organizations law enforcement and community members affected by these issues will meet to recommend reforms and legislation the first meeting will be held in early July meantime new tonight a live look at downtown Seattle the city council voting to strike two laws the some council members say disproportionately impact people of color the ordinance is deal with drug and prostitution loitering the city attorney's office is the prostitution ordinance has rarely been used and supports the repeal now to the newest numbers in our state's.
"insley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"A letter to governor Insley yesterday asking the state to conduct an independent review of the death of manual Ellis cover radios Erin Grinnell reports the council's request comes after the Ellis family asked for the state investigation speaking before the unanimous votes councilman Conor McCarthy said he wanted to ensure the process was fair and impartial all through the Ellis family and for the officers involved there Victoria Woodard says their letter to the governor is just a start we need to change the system waters has already called for the officers involved to be fired the city manager so she will act quickly in reviewing the case but stop short of saying the officers would be let go late yesterday governor Insley announced the state review will take place tear gas and other respiratory irritants can increase the spread of covert nineteen that's the message coming from Seattle and king county public health Medicare swaddle tells The Seattle Times when people are hit by tear gas their first reaction is to yell spit and cough he says it's spitting in a time of a pandemic is very dangerous the chaos of trying to get away from pepper spray tear gas and flash bang grenades can push demonstrators towards each other sometimes holding on to one another for help Seattle's announced a thirty day ban on most uses of uses of tear gas but said pepper spray would still be allowed and black lives matter Seattle king county has made few public statements since the juror for George Floyd demonstrations began says it's planning an important one today two days ago the organization senators had no role in organizing any protests in the greater Seattle area it's been advising people not to participate in gatherings because of cover nineteen black lives matter Seattle king county did say is donating to bail funds and supporting those arrested.
"insley" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Well when I can thank you for providing proper providing framework for the waiter at him for manage you can governor Insley takes his marching orders from Bill Gates right coming from restriction came social restrictions for what do you think that perhaps it could lead to the idea of internment camps or camps would be available for people who do not wish to get the vaccine we do not wish to comply with these rules well perception is reality and Carol what happened it's a possibility framed on a level of social pressure can be put on the population when what what or requires central pressure and quote unquote healthy Frank Frank close quote perhaps phase two or another exercise in lockdown will happen sometime in September October do you hear any echoes of that where you're standing in where you're at right right I wouldn't be surprised based upon what others think of a significant overshoot and in the management the state never engaged in sexual restriction before sorry sure other previous one of the previous epidemics it's about managing people critical thinking people about thirty years ago would probably agree with you very telling interview insider with what's going on behind the scenes want to be anonymous so we we altered his voice but what's most disconcerting if there are probably more of these camps that were first constructed for such military containment camp programs it was already X. eighty four if you remember yes eighty four was response eighty four it was a response exercise eighty four was first implemented with Oliver north in a group of other people that were there to round up people if they were combatants during the time of crisis that it was cable splicer and garden plot and when you look at cable splicer and get a red light deep shield red light deep shield was what bill Cooper talked about his book behold a pale horse all of these things have been simultaneously implemented for mass containment if needed in.
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"At least a few days before we know if a lawsuit against governor Insley and his lockdown order can go forward the latest from Cuomo's Jeff Bolger luxury Cuevas is a city council member in Wenatchee he is suing the governor saying the lock down order has caused both him and his wife their jobs a hearing was scheduled for Tuesday afternoon but a last minute affidavit was filed in a new judge must now take the case okay reassigned to judge for Iraq in the suit Cuevas argues that there is no longer a cove in nineteen emergency it is asking the court to vacate the governor's state home order Jeff Pojulu come on news owners lease office would not comment on pending litigation the corona virus continues to take a deadly toll on Washington state a new count today shows at least one thousand seventy eight lives have been lost including two newly reported deaths in king county and one more in Pierce county statewide there have been nearly twenty thousand two hundred total cases nearly eight thousand reported in king county this Monday June first is anticipated to be the day all of our state will be in phase two of re opening from the coveted nineteen shut down but Snohomish county might not hit a key mark for re opening county health officer Dr Chris bidders so the target for new cases is eighty in a two week period but Snohomish county is at two hundred and forty for the past two weeks with the declining plateau spitters says merry's like contact tracing they're confident they'll be ready we're not exactly where we want to be but I think we're in a good spot for where we are now and can proceed with confidence that we've got that capacity to address a caseload and try to suppress transmission in a way that prevents human activity companies time seven oh four R..
Seattle asks state to create $100 million coronavirus relief fund for undocumented immigrants
"News the city of Seattle wants the state to create a one hundred billion dollar coronavirus relief fund couples Eric Heinz reports the money would help undocumented immigrants who've lost their job resolution passed by the city council last night urges governor Insley and the legislature to create a Washington worker relief fund it also has state leaders to create a wage replacement system for workers who don't qualify for regular unemployment benefits the sale time supports undocumented immigrants are not allowed to get federal assistance so they're in eligible for stimulus checks and they aren't collecting unemployment benefits Seattle's own covert nineteen really programs are available to everyone regardless of immigration
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"Three thousand people doesn't make the decision for me and my business that doesn't seem fair reasonable komo news time six oh seven the city attorney in Selah has issued a letter clarifying the proclamation made last week by mayor Cherie Raymond that proclamation did not go over well with governor Jay Inslee as we hear from Kamel's Carling Johnson the mayor's proclamation stated governor Jay Inslee does not have the right to for city leaders and C. like to enforce his order went on to say any business I decided to open many residents who wanted to hang out of the park could do so governor Insley demanded that proclamation be rescinded as in Yakima county prosecutor Joe Bruce sick we spoke with news talk KIT we are a nation of laws we are we are bound to follow the laws and that's exactly what they're doing so whether I agree with anything or not is not the point now city attorney rob cases drafted a letter to clear things up said the proclamation will not be rescinded as it simply city policy for its municipal work force he goes on to say it does not negate the social distancing requirements of the governor or encourage anyone to defy stay home orders Carly Johnson co minute number was to test every resident and staff member at all long term care facilities in Washington over the next two weeks more from Cuomo's Patrick Quinn three out of every five people who have died from carbon nineteen in our state were connected to one of these long term care facility so that's where this comprehensive statewide testing is set to begin but already potential barriers are standing in the way we don't control it in the long term care facilities we can't we can't control it and now today a large Dr James Lewis said king county has tested residents and staff at forty four fifty two nursing homes in the last few weeks now they're ramping up more testing as part of an effort to get tested all long term care facilities statewide initiative this week raised by the White House and handed down by governor Insley because what it'll allow you to get applied to those eight symptomatic in this pre symptomatic and then he says the patient can be isolated it seems there's no data about the pandemic everyday income was Machel Esteban spoke with a local scientist who says the modeling should be a guide not a crystal ball Dr Ruth Etzioni of population health scientists at Fred Hutch uses modeling for cancer screening she got the rapid fire never changing data can be confusing they have to be taken more with a grain of salt most people imagine he said they're confused by the modeling but Cindy says she tracks it regularly and I look at how they justified don't expect too much from models this is a production our state's risk assessment of code considers three different models to help set policy and uses other data points the doctor says all that common sense make for good covert policy we don't need models to tell us that we all really need to pull together Michelle Esteban komo news time six ten now time to get to the Harley exterior sports desk Eric Heinze is in for Tom this morning NC double a president mark Emmert says he will not mandate a uniform start date for college athletics during the pandemic.
"insley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Now governor Insley says he thinks children and college students can go back to class next fall I think there's a very real good reason to believe it can't happen this fall it's dependent on our part and what we do here in may Friday the governor said he is worried by the latest case tracking that shows a slight increase in corona virus transmission rates all over the state in mid April you information on what the curve is doing now won't be available for at least a week the body of a seventeen year old boy who was cliff diving in Snohomish county has been recovered a search and rescue missions started last Sunday in the cedar pond area after reports that the teen dove into the water and no one saw him resurface the search continued every day for almost a week as dangerous conditions made it hard to find the body he was finally found Friday afternoon levers can now gather in small groups to practice their religions in spite of the governor's staff home order that's the result of a federal court hearing on Friday making arbitrary direction saying go to go to Walmart or pot stores are going with your financial adviser but you can't go together and study the Bible the crown of the tori individually with your spiritual leader the completely backed off that position it's part of a larger lawsuit challenging the governor stay at home order gubernatorial candidate Joshua freed spoke on our sister station KTTC H. he says the order violates the right to religious freedom freedom of assembly and freedom of speech and now it's time for your weather forecast after yesterday's record breaking highs we'll see more warm weather today for mother's day partly cloudy skies for the rest of your day but still plenty of.
Seattle - Snohomish County officials concerned about preparedness for second wave of coronavirus
"The rest of Washington's phase one re opening should fall into place today some wonder when will face to happen because Brian Calvert has the only day we've heard how some local leaders aren't very excited about it earlier this week when governor Insley launched phase one and there were a number of retail businesses told they could reopen once guidance was issued so that businesses can be confident turning their customers can be confident that all businesses are providing for their safety governor's offices that guide you should be out by sometime today as for phase two which would allow barbers salons in indoor dining options there but all kinds of gas is the only date we've heard June first at the earliest and that has no home which county officials a little on edge some saying that's not soon enough others worried about maintaining enough medical capacity for a possible second wave emergency management director Jason Biermann told the Herald quote for us this is an ongoing effort to get us to the point where we can get our community safe first and foremost then work through these phases
What States Are Reopening? Tracking Coronavirus Closures
"Today's government jobs report due out later this morning is expected to be the worst a set of numbers reflecting American labor since record keeping began in nineteen forty eight states across the country continue to work toward reopening of scientists keep up their hunt for a coronavirus vaccine but Washington state governor Jay Inslee is extending the stay at home orders for his state Insley explained that he only wants to reopen one time governor Inslee of Washington state California governor Gavin Newsom has issued a loosening of his stay at home order allowing some retailers to re open but not have customers in stores amid the pandemic Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave and president trump have agreed to cooperate closely in developing a cold nineteen
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
Commissioners say Franklin County was never officially closed
"Let's rip of Republican lawmakers want to hold a special session to deal with the outbreak at economic shutdown representative Jesse young says measures to prevent the spread of covert nineteen I've been working however it will only work if people continue to choose to abide by them and we're seeing greater instances of civil disobedience however you want to label it but if that continues to occur because people are frustrated at not feeling as though they're being listened to the missile system falls apart anyway so far no comment from governor Inslee's office Franklin County is back for a bit open for business again though in defiance of the stay at home order issued by governor Insley county commissioners voting yesterday to allow businesses to reopen if they choose to couples calling Johnson a unanimous decision by the three county commissioners tells businesses church leaders go ahead and reopen nobody's coming after you Franklin County sheriff Jim Raymond had already given his nod Gresham I'm not going to enforce that the bottom line during that so yesterday the commission members said Inslee's emergency proclamation is unconstitutional sure Freeman telling Kamel they had four deaths in Franklin County and they do take covert nineteen seriously not to the point that we become fearful and were fearful to move about because our government says we can't have the decisions under review by that county's prosecutor and the governor's office is firing back calling it a wrong headed approach that could expose the county to legal liability a spokesman from Inslee's office told reporters last night local jurisdictions can go further with restrictions but not
"insley" Discussed on KOMO
"To all of this governor Insley took to Twitter saying in part quote these are difficult and frustrating times I understand the urgency of this crisis however this is not the time to halt the progress we have made I support free speech but crowd counts or speeches won't determine our course this isn't about politics it can only be about doing what is best for the health of all Washingtonians governor Jay Inslee says protest like the one in Olympia are the result of president trump and courage in people to break the law more on that part of the story from humble score one heck is Lee appeared on ABC's this week where he characterized trump's call for the people to quote liberate their states as dangerous it is dangerous because it can inspire people to ignore things that actually can save their lives trump said yesterday some governors have gone too far in imposing restrictions and said he had no issue with demonstrators ignoring social distancing guidelines to gather in protest Inslee again that's dangerous to have a prisoner to states basically encourage insubordination to encourage illegal activity these orders actually are the law of the state trump did not mention Inslee or Washington Street in his Sunday remarks calling out instead the democratic governors of Michigan and Virginia Corwin hate komo news and here's what's coming up on the calm all morning news the Seattle school district about to make a big decision on how high school students will be graded during this unusual period of remote learning I'm Carly Johnson let's check the yearly driver couple traffic now we do that every ten minutes good morning here good morning Amanda and Greg so we've been dealing with some weekend road work in Tacoma this is been on our south M. I. five offramp deported to come a row they've been doing paving work and that ramp is still closed the set to re open at six o'clock this morning I'm also watching the roads around the Boeing factory we have a lot of employees that are going to be returning today but so far I'm not really seeing any back ups there public travel times limit to Seattle or limit the Bellevue sixteen minutes Olympia to Tacoma twenty seven minutes in Renton to Bellevue with a twelve minute drive our next come much happened at five fourteen get used to those kinds.
"insley" Discussed on KOMO
"Governor Insley to reopen the economy Tyler Miller with the kids have county Republican Party organized the event he calls hazardous liberty defend the constitution he and hundreds of others were at the state capitol yesterday to demand more businesses be allowed to reopen Miller says his biggest frustration is over what is deemed essential and what is not in particular he points to the construction industry that he believes should be allowed to go back to work the state's website to file for unemployment is up and running but state officials admit it has had some performance issues because of high volume of traffic the website was closed on Saturday to make upgrades they say tens of thousands of people have filed successfully and thousands continue to do so every hour they say they are seeing improvement as the volumes level out now here's your call more traffic I'm Evan Smith in the coma traffic center the west Seattle bridge high rise is closed in both directions for an indefinite amount of time this is due to cracks found in the structure during a recent inspection of the high rise meanwhile the lower level Spokane street bridge is restricted only to emergency vehicles freight vehicles and buses for the time being your main of ways around this right now or the First Avenue bridge and the self park ridge of Evan Smith couple twenty four seven traffic the como forecast from the eco roof weather desk start thank temperatures down to the low to mid forties early Monday.
Washington State - Governor Inslee Calls Out Trump For Siding With Stay-At-Home Protesters
"Governor Insley continues to criticize president trump's call for protests over stayed home orders to limit the spread of covert nineteen he was on this week with George Stephanopoulos this morning to have a prisoner to states basically encourage insubordination to encourage illegal activity these orders actually are the law of the states and again these are not just Democrats he's a Republican led states as well can president to encourage people to violate the law I can't remember any time during my time in America where we have seen
"insley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Governor Insley announced that yesterday what was your first thought good good who we need to flatten his curve first I want to consistently see when I see those graphs call me selfish but you guys know what color the graph has been for Washington if you guys have been looking on a national deal you always been seeing the yellow the yellow right and you can see in the graph for Washington it is not like other places I have my empathy my heart and prayers go out to other places right now but I live in the state of Washington so right now I'm concerned with people doing it in the state of Washington so I'm saying good we'll worry about other things later arsenal were all affected by covert nineteen all of us yes whether financially emotionally somehow some way were all affected but the first thing does one order of business that we have to be clear about we got to survive we have to survive so when I saw that order in her governor Jay Inslee nice hair cut he had a massive maybe is why did I'm not I don't know who did it they look good we need to step and I was expecting it okay maybe I wasn't expecting may fourth and my my reaction initially was okay good because yes the the modeling even best case scenario right now the latest modeling according to the governor shows that one thousand Washingtonians will still die and many more will be sick even if we keep doing what we are doing right so I mean it's still it's still too much but just the imagining what could potentially happen if we get our foot off the gas pedal at this point right to quote Dr Fauci but the other part of me was thinking there are people who are already feeling almost desperate in a way at this point they can't get through to unemployment they don't know where how they're going to stay off of float to think of another month been without any kind of safety net I worry about that I mean that that's it's it's easy for me to say oh good because we're going to stay you know at home and and and bring down the number of potential deaths and illnesses but I'm also realizing for many people it's like okay another month how my gonna do this and I totally understand that the reason why I have this you have to live first is because of just how much this corporate nineteen has really hit my family and my loved ones like it if it was this range like every single day's range in yesterday let me give good news first right my cousin vida the one that I was telling you guys about that I had had a conversation with for years at a talk about her walked out of the hospital yesterday so I do have a cousin then beat Colbert nineteen inches what's up out of there so that's good news and we get to the good news for did not so good news is you guys have told you about my cousin who has passed on they rest in peace I told you by his wife who is still battling right now on a ventilator I told you about my class classmate who passed away from covert nineteen two days three days ago yes something like that found that out while on the show while on the show and then the college could they when I was in high school the coach that recruited me the what the person the reason why I went to play basketball tri state university was because of this one particular coach right now is battling on a ventilator and so I I you said you got the techs are Mike I don't know why this is hating me so tough like everybody in my circle that I speak to on the like it hasn't hit them like nobody nobody's having conversation with me like yeah and I'm not saying that there are people that have not been affected by cold nineteen with lives and impacted but I'm glad it was just off a flurry of bad news for you just day after day as more and more and then you got confirmation yesterday because there were some statistics that were shared about how it in particular is hitting the African American community the state of Michigan they are made up by the way they're doing I mean they're trying to do the best research I mean this is all new right now in the state of Michigan there was a deal that came out talking about how it's affecting its community those that have have tested positive and everything and so when the numbers came out I was like wow so they haven't cases by race Ursula right now the percentages of deceased cases by race thirty five percent thirty five percent of the deaths in the state of Michigan are African American while fourteen percent of the population in the state of Michigan is African American and it was going through it I mean it of course not everybody comes in and fills it out properly but these are the best numbers that they have Asian Pacific Islander one percent there native zero percent there there's not a native population that's really there is so I'm not gonna lie I just I'm starting to get what a little nervous so you've been you've been more anxious and we've been trying to you know figure out how we can make it work to out work from home and trying to get the right equipment set up because you work and I was trying to tell you and I was trying to reassure you that I don't think that you're healthy and that your sons are healthy the coach was healthy too high now and you don't know me like he he he was helping to right and so that's what we're we're kind of getting to the stage is like I mean my sister coach was younger is fifty one what he did it pass no okay so you can get and it's not to say that we can't get it it's just how will you fare once you get it and you I want to make sure that we don't sugar coat anything or make you feel like you're more protected because you're healthy because we are finding out that more and more young people are getting it but the outcome I mean the vast majority of people still survive covert nineteen let me ask you this so before we by the way we're gonna get to some more news we gonna tell you about what Dr Fauci said and I can't believe that it's not and in order right now we talk about that in the second but I want to ask you how are you like have you been like heaven feeling nervous like you you'll call for low tangle here Terry yeah we get a little bit well and I'm trying not to and I do take my temperature every day although I I I I'm pretty sure I would know if I have a fever and again I also know that you can be a symptom not symptomatic by yeah I I get a call off the first place I get an issue when I start getting sick sadly is in my lungs and I get bronchitis every year right I before I went on the cruise I did get sick and I'm and it was especially bad so I'm thinking did I have it already and not know but like when I have a cough when I'm tired which I'm dog tired right now I get this dry cough and I'm thinking oh no it and what we I I know that you were doing the same my my my outlook not yesterday because there there's a part that I didn't tell you all hold their story let's get to some other news okay is the part I don't know somebody tell you and Jeff I I I I didn't tell you true confessions right here okay well one of the things that is just mind boggling right now is that we still do not have a national policy on stay at home okay I know that there are still so right now in more than thirty states have adopted it and are are are following all the guidelines but there are still too many holdouts and Dr Tony Fauci who now we I think most everybody agrees is the voice in this pandemic that we should most listened to he was asked about that on CNN last night if all states.
"insley" Discussed on KOMO
"And treatment for covert nineteen meanwhile governor Insley is taking steps to protect first responders and healthcare workers are exposed to the illness and one of their work the department of labor and industries is working to ensure compensation protection for workers in those fields of fall ill or find themselves quarantined as well as covering the cost of any medical tests and treatment bill o'neill komo news local health officials acknowledge some cases of the novel coronavirus might get overlooked because the ability to test for the illness is in short supply almost Corwin hate reports from Everett Dr Chris bitters with Holmes county health district advises people with the Sniffles to forget about seeking a covert nineteen tested everyone with a runny nose and a cough from standing in a cove in nineteen test one you know it's not gonna happen you're not going to get it to work in a jam up the urgent cares and emergency care centers and three will use up all the tests that are available Peter says the short supply of test kits forces health officials to triage patients and administered the test to those most likely to have been exposed so it's possible that that triage mechanism Mrs people who are at lower risk but nonetheless in fact that's why he's advising those who feel sick to stay home whether they know what illness they have or not in average Corwin hate komo news the mayor of Kirkland is urging her citizens to maintain their civility and community spirit during the covert nineteen crisis in a recorded statement mayor penny sweet reports some in Kirkland have experienced harassment or abuse based on misinformation and unfounded bias no race nationality or death the city is more likely to have code nineteen speak up if you hear see or read harassment suite has declared a state of emergency in Kirkland and is also quarantine to thirty of her cities police and fire fighters of course Kirkland has been a sort of center for the corona virus outbreak because of the brow break at the life care center of Kirkland and there's fear and anger with from families of the dead and dying from those families at life care center most of the covert nineteen deaths in the United States have come from this facility exactly how the virus guardian is unknown but it has overwhelmed staff and patients Kevin Connolly is furious there is no quarantine here this is this disease is running rampage through this facility seven to ten business days I was told that before I'll be told told when my father and all will be tested my phone though at the rate that this disease is killing people in this establishment will be dead by the end of the week others describe an uncoordinated staff with little or no support from the federal government the company itself says they've not been provided testing kits from the CDC and are having to rely on outside help in Kirkland Jeff pose look come on news now life care has issued a statement in which it expresses sympathy for the families of those who have died and of course those who are sick as well and it says it is working with local county state and federal agencies to help deal with this outbreak with more cases of corona virus showing up every day first responders are taking precautions Kelly hearts with valley regional fire tells promo when someone calls nine one one the dispatcher will ask additional questions while help response questions like have you traveled internationally and do you have shortness of breath if the answer is yes the first responders will wear additional protective gear when they arrive you know neighbors may be our firefighters with that extra the mass the gallon on down but it doesn't necessarily mean that that patient has died coated nineteen a dozen Kirkland firefighters are still waiting to find out if they have corona virus they started showing flu like symptoms after responding to life care center in Kirkland where several patients have died and others are still sick with the virus home or news time now ten forty it over to the Harley exterior sports desk that you heard Washington husky men's basketball tonight here on komo news the dogs were at Arizona state and it was nineteen eighty three Huskies with the win there also tonight over in Tucson Washington state against Arizona Wildcats with the win over the Cougars eighty three sixty two your final there one of college baseball's best leave place for the purple and gold como's bill Schwartz talking dogs Braiden ward could become the first player to lead the pac twelve in stolen bases three years in a row the junior from Merced California wants to set the table at the top of the diamond Dawgs lineup coach always talks about how each player you know you have to know what your role is in the team and you know I'm I'm a speed guy so my whole objective is just to get on base anyway I can still second in scoring position for the guys behind me ward has swiped more than fifty bags in his Washington career including eight out of nine attempts this season you don't head coach Lindsay Meggs says Reagan ward is arguably the best base stealer in the country they have a scout day at at Fenway Park every summer in the Cape Ann and he ran the best sixty this ever been around it for one park in the history the Cape Cod league six six two nine so I mean you can really get down the line he can really move you can catch Braiden ward on the Huskies at home Friday through Sunday against Utah valley bill Schwartz talking dogs on the home of the Huskies come on news are you over fifty and wearing contacts bifocals or just reading glasses regardless of your age we now have a vision solution for everyone Hey it's Dr king from king Lysyk and I'm thrilled.
"insley" Discussed on KOMO
"Center it did not take long for governor Jay Inslee to answer the question of what's next this morning he said he's going to seek a third term as governor of Washington the update from como score one heck let's get to work building an even greater Washington together he says in a statement on brand new letterhead reading Jay Inslee for governor he writes quote it's been a profound honor to represent Washington on the national stage adding he has provided the nation a roadmap for innovation economic growth and progress of action the announcement likely scuttles the plans of some prominent Democrats to replace Insley king county executive Dow Constantine groups himself with the state commissioner of public lands and the state Attorney General in a tongue in cheek tweet I'm looking forward to finally starting that book club that Hillary France Bob Ferguson and I have been talking about she Corwin hake komo news James Lee announced it is it run was over at last night on MSNBC's Rachel Maddow show he says he's going to pressure the remaining candidates to focus on his signature issue of climate change I'm gonna help all the other candidates a razor level of ambition on this to get to my level and local Republican analyst Randy couple says ins lease climate change emphasis just didn't pan out okay Ansley was just not connecting with the electorate but democratic strategist Kathy Allen says Insley was successful in bringing the issue to the national stage a man was shot to death in north Seattle this morning happen around two thirty near one hundred in second and Aurora or had to be shut down for several hours while police process the scene police have not released any information yet about a suspect an update on a string of cat deaths in the south sound the Krups results for two cats found dead in laci in Olympia earlier this month sure they were killed by other animals more than a dozen mutilated cats were found across Thurston county last year investigators determined at least five of those were killed by animals not human sense almost Frank Lenzi and king county is starting a new project to help prevent flooding along the Green River today the county breaks ground on the lower Russell levy set back in can't once it's done it will replace an old levy that doesn't meet current standards coming up after traffic.
"insley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Celebrated notion Insley quits I'm really at Francis president trump's insistence that Russia be allowed to rejoin the G. seven conference is being criticized here in the U. S. and celebrated in Moscow for play can report to be already showing graphics of a G. eight logo now with a Russian flag claiming president trump made the move because he feels he owes Russia after the US recently tested a land base tomahawk cruise missiles he was killed from that no with the markup trump just tested a new tomahawk would buy it was soon probably going to Floyd next to our borders the scare us and so it looks like the American president I mean it feels guilty or ashamed Washington governor Jay Inslee who made fighting climate change the central theme of his presidential campaign so the sending his bid for the twenty twenty democratic nomination instead Insley reportedly plans to announce today that he'll seek a third term as governor he's the third Democrat to drop out of the race all in less than three weeks more than two dozen people were arrested after making violent threats or threatening mass shootings John Laurence sells more Long Beach police arrest a man who they say threatened a shooting at a Marriott hotel chief Robert Luna says the suspect had clear plans intent and the means to carry out an act of violence that may have resulted in a mass casualty incident this arrest is among the more than two dozen since the fatal attacks in Ohio and Texas that killed thirty one people among the areas for alleged threats were made Tempe Arizona Volusia county Florida in Jefferson County West Virginia I'm John Lawrence White House is moving to end a long standing federal court agreement that live in so long immigrant children can be kept in detention move expected to spark a new court fight over the government's ability to hold families until their cases.
"insley" Discussed on KOMO
"Tells us there's a chance Insley won't qualify for the upcoming debate only ten candidates have qualified so far the Democrats have stricter requirements for this third debate candidates need to have at least one hundred thirty thousand unique donors have something Isley complex just Monday but he also needs more than two percent support in for national polls Insley has been getting between zero and one percent politico reporter Laura Barone Lopez spoke about it on CNN and the question for those candidates who don't make it into the thirties do you stick around if you're not seen any movement in the polls why are you staying in this race usually has until next week to reach that two percent threshold Charlie harder come on is nine as mayor facing a possible assault charge following an incident at the eagles club last month would generate Brady with the Thurston county sheriff's offices Wayne for an a and his group were cut off from drinking and asked to leave after which he is accused of striking a woman who worked there short time later with an employee advised that she was going to contact law enforcement the phone that was in her hand was was knocked out of our hands Brady says no one was hurt in that incident happened July twenty eighth prosecutors are now reviewing the case after the sheriff's office recommended a fourth degree assault charge we reached out to form a for his side of the story the women's national soccer team and the U. S. soccer federation are headed to trial over equal pay comma zero Meryl tells us the judge set a trial date for next spring less than a week after settlement talks broke down a judge set a trial date of may fifth for the suit brought by the women's team who say they just want to be paid the same as men's team players Seattle star Megan Rapinoe has said they're confident about their chances in court I think our fans are very supportive I think people in general are very supportive to suit alleges.