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"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

"Order. There was no violence. There was no nobody's damaging anything. There was no spray paint anywhere. We were having a peaceful vigil, but it turned ugly, as have many demonstrations over the last several weeks, declaring it a riot doesn't change the rules here now the American Civil Liberties Union And others have filed a contempt of court lawsuit against the city, its second one this time involving police actions at the vigil and three other demonstrations, including the one where an officer rolled his bike over a man's head. We're really asking Judge Jones to clarify what is allowed and what isn't allowed under that order, because that order is still in effect, but we still see protestors protestors being hurt every single day. Federal Judge Richard Joe's ruled in June that the city could use pepper spray blast balls. Under limited circumstances when it wass necessary, reasonable proportional and targeted to a specific, imminent threat. We think that's a really high standard that applies to very rare circumstances, but SPD is invoking it constantly. Wait a minute. Are you asking yourself in the City Council pass a ban on tear gas blast balls, rubber bullets. And limited use of pepper spray. It did passing the band after Judge Jones made his ruling, But federal court Judge James Robart, who oversees nearly all things, SPD, under an eight year old consent decree last week issued a preliminary injunction. Putting an indefinite hold on the council's ban. It means the City Council's crowd control ordinance isn't going to go into effect anytime soon. That's almost mad. Markovich reporting Come on news time. 1 40 Let's head on over to the beacon of plumbing, sports desk and get sports with Schwartz. The National League joins the division in baseball playoff party opening games for the Miami Marlins and Atlanta Braves. And tonight in L. A. The Dodgers take on the San Diego Padres. The American League division series started with two blowouts. Houston Astros blasting their way past the A's in Oakland, and the Yankees romped against Tampa Bay. The Seattle storm are on the cusp of a franchise forthe WN BA championship. Game three of the finals tonight in the Florida bubble. Alicia Clark stepped up for scoring in Game two, but she just wants to occupy Las Vegas star forward Angel McCoughtry. You know it could be rebounding, running the floor setting screens making right reads those types of things just to keep Angel engaged in active. That game begins at four in Britain in Florida in Orlando, you have Game four of the N BA Finals at six on camo TV for between the Lakers and Heat. Ella Eyre up 2 to 1 over Miami in the best of seven series, an off day for the Seahawks, But ESPN reports linebacker Michael Kendricks will visit with Seattle. It's a position need following Bruce Irvin season ending knee surgery. And rookie Jordan Brooks still recovering from a sprained M C l. The heart's host, The Viking Sunday night Sports updates in 10 and 40 after the hour Bill Swerts Comeau News $4 Trillion in the fight goes on, We'll get the latest on the Corona virus bailout and what did and didn't do after that. Before your next flooring job.

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"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

"Lawsuit against the city, its second one this time involving police actions at the vigil and three other demonstrations, including the one where an officer rolled his bike over a man's head. We're really asking just Jones to clarify what is allowed and what isn't allowed under that order because that order is still in effect. But we still see protestors protestors being hurt every single day. Federal Judge Richard Jones ruled in June that the city could use pepper spray blast balls under limited circumstances when it wass necessary, reasonable proportional and targeted to a specific, imminent threat. We think that's a really high standard that applies to very rare circumstances. But SPD is invoking it constantly. Wait a minute. Are you asking yourself to in the City Council pass a ban on tear gas, blast balls, rubber bullets and limited use of pepper spray. Did passing the band after Judge Jones made his ruling, But federal court Judge James Robart, who oversees nearly all things, SPD, under an eight year old consent decree last week issued a preliminary injunction. Putting an indefinite hold on the council's ban. It means the City Council's crowd control ordinance isn't going to go into effect any time soon. The FBI is working to protect the right of all Americans to vote fairly. Assistant special agent Bob Trips as the department is targeting fraud, which he says can come in many forms chiefly were worried about people voting illegally. People conspiring to spread misinformation in violation of federal laws were also looking at Foreign governments are adversaries that do not want to see our elections succeed. Agent Tripp says election crimes include providing false information on your registration form, voting more than once and tampering with ballots if you become aware of any suspicious or criminal activity related to the upcoming election of the FBI's encouraging you to report that information to your local FBI field office, a federal judge says Arizona must extend its deadline for voters to register. That deadline was Monday. However, the judge pushed it back until October, 23rd after two voter rights groups said the pandemic was making it difficult for people to register to vote. State and national Republicans argued against the later deadline. What we're talking about voter registration, we're getting word this morning that the state of Florida is now investigating why it's voter registration system crashed Just before the deadline for the upcoming presidential election, they say unexpectedly heavy.

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Seattle police accused of violating court order on crowd control methods

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Seattle police accused of violating court order on crowd control methods

"And and filing filing a a contempt contempt of of court court allegation allegation against against the the city city of of Seattle. Seattle. They They argue argue police have been violated a federal judge's ruling when it comes to the use of non lethal crowd control methods against protesters. More from Kemal's Matt Markovich. During an August vigil held streetside for summer, Taylor. Protesters say police tactics violated a federal judge's court order. There was no violence. There was no nobody's damaging anything. There was no spray paint anywhere. We were having a peaceful vigil, but it turned ugly. As have many demonstrations over the last several weeks, declaring it a riot doesn't change the rules here. Now the American Civil Liberties Union and others have filed a contempt of court lawsuit against the city, its second one this time involving police actions at the vigil and three other demonstrations, including the one where an officer rolled his bike over a man's head. We're really asking just Jones to clarify what is allowed and what isn't allowed under that order because that order is still in effect. But we still see protestors protestors being hurt every single day. Federal Judge Richard Jones ruled in June that the city could use pepper spray blast balls under limited circumstances when it wass necessary, reasonable proportional and targeted to a specific, imminent threat. We think that's a really high standard that applies to very rare circumstances. But SPD is invoking it constantly. Wait a minute. Are you asking yourself to in the City Council pass a ban on tear gas, blast balls, rubber bullets and limited use of pepper spray. Did passing the band after Judge Jones made his ruling, But federal court Judge James Robart, who oversees nearly all things, SPD, under an eight year old consent decree last week issued a preliminary injunction. Putting an indefinite hold on the council's ban. It means the City Council's crowd control ordinance isn't going to go into effect any time soon. The FBI is working to

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"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

"Washington Corona virus case is starting to plateau and some hard hit states. But health experts say new hot spot zones are emerging, including Hawaii. You're listening to ABC News, Stay connected. Stay informed the camo Morning news. Well, we told you it was gonna be different. Today. We've got 61 Rain in downtown Seattle right now, at 902 on this Thursday morning. Thanks for joining us. I'm Tom Tucker with our top stories from the Coma. 24 7 News Center. Ah plan to begin de funding the Seattle Police Department took some big steps forward yesterday. It was Ryan Harris says. They came after some stern words for the mayor. Those stern words came from City Council president Lorena Gonzalez, who says the mayor agreed to meet with and work with the council and then gave reporters misinformation about the counsel's intentions. Budget Committee chair Theresa Mosqueda says there's a clear divergence on policy and that all ideas should be on the table. We have launched the SPD budget inquest as a way to expose where each of the dollars, though, and identify what is possible this year, and what's possible in the years to come specifically This fall for our 2021 2022 budget. There were several SPD funding amendments to the 2020 budget revision bill passed, including cutting SPD from the navigation team, which points people in need to services. They'll take up a couple more amendments Monday morning to send the bill to a full council vote Monday afternoon. Ryan Harris Camo News, a federal judge, extending an order that allows Seattle police to use chemical weapons for crowd control couple score. One Take with that update. Judge James Robart is temporary restraining order stops a City hall ban on police use of so called non lethal crowd control measures, including tear gas. In other words, police are free to use those measures. While robots restraining order is in effect back. In June, the City Council passed a ban on these measures in response to public outcry to have the right to protest or not. Run by those charged with your safety. Any chemical weapon makes me feel a lot safer. But the Seattle Times reports, the U. S. Department of Justice asked the federal court to prevent Seattle police from implementing the ban. The DOJ argued the band could conflict with the 2012 federal consent decree governing Seattle police bias and excessive use of force. The extended restraining order is in place until June 18th Corwin Hey HQ CO Moh news. Here's what's coming up. The costs aren't just job and health related. I'm Brian Calvert with how covert has made some takeout offerings. A better bargain than cooking at home. Come on. Whose time 904 And on a wet Thursday morning. Let's check in with Kira Jordan get some decidedly different conditions today. We do. We've definitely been seeing heavier volumes coming out of Snohomish.

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Seattle crowd-control restraining order extended

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle crowd-control restraining order extended

"A federal judge has extended an order that allows Seattle police to use chemical weapons for crowd control and get the update from comas. Corwin hey, Judge James Robart is temporary restraining order stops a City hall ban on police use of so called non lethal crowd control measures, including tear gas. In other words, police are free to use those measures while robots restraining order is in effect. Back. In June, the City Council passed a ban on these measures in response to public outcry to have the right to protest and not feel threatened by those charged with your safety. Any chemical weapon makes me feel a lot safer. But the Seattle Times reports the U. S. Department of Justice asked the federal court to prevent Seattle police from implementing the ban. The DOJ argued the band could conflict with the 2012 federal consent decree governing Seattle police bias and excessive use of force. The extended restraining order is in place until June

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"james robart" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"james robart" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Center is now saying that life threatening storm surges already occurring along portions of the Texas coast. Hurricane watches and warnings are already in effect, of course, all up and down portions of South Texas, especially around the Corpus Christi area, as Hannah gets closer and closer. Meanwhile, Hawaii's preparing for Hurricane Douglas a Category two storm, the National Hurricane Center says Douglas will weaken over cooler waters as it gets closer to the islands. Today begins a weeklong celebration of the late Georgia Democratic Congressman John Lewis. The funeral service is being held in his hometown of Troy, Alabama, Martin Luther King, the third encore vert alive, he was, you know, basically all things and what I mean by that is there was humor, but there was humility and compassion. And this This was not an act. This is who he Waas Lewis will lie in state in the Capitol next week before his remains head back to Georgia. With more protests expected in Seattle, A judge has blocked a new law there that keeps police from using nonlethal weapons. The law, which was passed by the Seattle City Council would have prohibited officers from using weapons like pepper spray and blast balls until U. S. District Judge James Robart granted a request from the federal government to block it. Seattle police chief Carmen Best has been critical of the law, saying it gives law enforcement fewer options to control demonstrations. The judge and an emergency hearing said the restraining order against the law would be quote very temporary boxes. Tiny J Powers and Fleetwood Mac cofounder and guitarist Peter Green has died. He was 73. America is listing the Fox News. No, I got you.

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"james robart" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"james robart" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"That life threatening storm surges already occurring along portions of the Texas coast. Hurricane watches and warnings are already in effect, of course, all up and down portions of South Texas, especially around the Corpus Christi area, as Hannah gets closer and closer. Meanwhile, Hawaii's preparing for Hurricane Douglas a category two storm, the National Hurricane Center says Douglas will weaken over cooler waters as it gets closer to the islands. Today begins a weeklong celebration of the late Georgia Democratic Congressman John Lewis. The funeral service is being held in his hometown of Troy, Alabama. Martin Luther King, the third encore, Buddha Live. He was, you know, basically all things and what I mean by that is there was humor, but there was humility and compassion. And this This was not an act. This is who he Waas Lewis will lie in state in the Capitol next week before his remains head back to Georgia. With more protests expected in Seattle, A judge has blocked a new law there that keeps police from using nonlethal weapons. The law, which was passed by the Seattle City Council would have prohibited officers from using weapons like pepper spray and blast balls until U. S. District Judge James Robart granted a request from the federal government to block it. Seattle Police chief Carmen Best has been critical of the law, saying it gives law enforcement fewer options to control demonstrations. The judge and an emergency hearing said the restraining order against the law would be quote very temporary boxes. Tiny J Powers and Fleetwood Mac cofounder and guitarist Peter Green has died. He was 73. America is listing the Fox News. When you get.

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"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

"FM 97 7 Good morning. Once again, we're up to 63 degrees under partly cloudy skies of downtown Seattle. As we continue with our top stories from the coma, 24 7 News center Federal law enforcement agents for the Department of Homeland Security have arrived in Seattle. They're reported mission is to protect federal buildings. Former FBI agent David Gomez telling common who's such a deployment is not unusual. It wouldn't necessarily mean that they were targeting protesters up on Capitol Hill. Federal agents in riot gear have clashed with protesters in Portland recently. Si el Amara. Jenny Durkan says she's received assurance from assurances from D. H s a. The D. H s that the teams are not in Seattle to battle protestors. More protests are expected tonight and through the weekend in Seattle, almost Matt Markovich says crews have been fortifying the West Precinct with £1000. Cement block tactics are changing. There's a court order preventing SPD from using chemical A kinetic methods to disperse crowds and the mayor's request to prevent a permanent ban, passed unanimously by the City Council from taking effect on Sonny was declined by federal judge James Robart, which has prompted an alarming email by the chief of police. To her officers, she writes. I want to be clear that will never ask you to risk your personal safety to protect property without the tools. To do so in a safe way, and I could not ask any of you to do this work limited on ly to your sidearm, baton and body as tools. Couples that Markovich reporting a King County judge has ruled against Comeau News and for other media outlets in a case involving images of a downtown Seattle protest March. Here's coma Score one. Hey, King County Superior Court Judge Nelson Lee agrees with the Seattle Police Department that unpublished news photos and video from a May 30th black lives matter. Protest in Seattle should be turned over to police investigators in response to a subpoena. According to the Seattle Times, Judge Lee ruled the images are critical to investigations into the alleged burning of a police car and theft of police guns. Camo news, along with King Cairo, Casey, Pick You and The Seattle Times have resisted the subpoena, saying state law protects on published media. The judge has imposed limits, saying the images can be used on Ly to investigate the arson and gun theft. Not any lesser crimes. The images may show Corwin Hey HQ, Momo knew the teenager arrested in Everett, after dangling Donut in an officer's face likely won't face charges. As we reported earlier this week, the team was arrested at a pro police rally. After thrusting a doughnut on a stick toward a plainclothes cop resident. I think it's time for you to go. 18 year old Benjamin Hansen was briefly held on suspicion of fourth degree assault. Snohomish County Prosecutor Adam Cornell, telling the Herald based on the video evidence he's seen. No jury would convict Hanson of assault. Coming right up de funding Seattle police. I'm Jeff Pooja with opinions from both sides. Also, I'm Frank Lindsay, Oregon's covert 19 infection rate could get five times faster in less than a month..

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Seattle Police prepare for weekend protests, Chief Best tells officers to not risk safety

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle Police prepare for weekend protests, Chief Best tells officers to not risk safety

"Are expected tonight and through the weekend in Seattle. Hummels met, Markovich says Crew's been fortifying the West Precinct with £1000. Cement blocks. Tactics are changing. There's a court order preventing SPD from using chemical and kinetic methods to disperse crowds and the mayor's request to prevent a permanent ban, passed unanimously by the City Council from taking effect on Sonny was declined by federal judge James Robart, which has prompted an alarming email by the chief of police. To her officers, she writes. I want to be clear that I will never ask you to risk your personal safety to protect property without the tools to do so in a Safeway and I cannot ask any of you to do this work limited on ly to your sidearm, baton and body as tools.

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"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

"Police Commissioner Reverend Aaron Williams says federal judge James Robart, ordered the city and other stakeholders to reach a unified agreement by July fifteenth. But he says that hasn't happened yet. That's a statement that is being made that the community is still considered outsiders that we still considered not at the table. There's office says she has met with co chairs of the CPC, the inspector general, and the office of police accountability to work on agreement that includes the accountability, these groups still call for the Seattle police officers guild, says it has a valid contract that includes a disciplinary appeals process similar to most major police departments, and that they are confident city will reach a conclusion that satisfies the judge. Most people in the US have heard of climate change. But how many have heard of Jay Inslee? That's one of the challenges facing governor Inslee campaign for president as they prepare for the first democratic debate next week comas, sue Romero report. Governor Inslee is set to appear on the first of two nights of debate with nine other candidates, including US, Senator Elizabeth Warren and New York City mayor Bill de Blasio. So how will we stand out in the campaign manager ashlin? Karen says the country is already talking about his main platform climate change. Continue show at the top of mind. And that vast majority of democratic voters, don't yet know who Inslee is she says, we're can really differentiate himself as a candidate. As governor on that age. And he brings a track record of executives that will be unique. Have she also expects more people to tune in across the country, because it will be the first night of the democratic debates Romero, KOMO news twenty twenty democratic primary debates are June twenty six and twenty seven GOP senators will each be hit with a five hundred dollar fine for fleeing the capital and blocking vote on proposed climate legislation. In oregon. Republican Senator Tim Knopp says conservatives plan to file a lawsuit in protest over the fine. Senate majority leader Ginny birdie says the fine is written into statute. She had the Republicans are holding portions of the budget in addition to the climate, Bill Republicans in Oregon will continue to be fined at five hundred dollars today for each day. They're away speeding motorcyclist. Vade troopers but ends up crashing on the freeway.

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"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

"Demands the city police department complied with the consent decree and that they reach a new and unified agreement as they were ordered to do by federal judge James Robart by July fifteenth community. Police Commissioner Reverend Aaron Williams says he was in the judges may hearing I heard him. I'm saying that the city spa was out of compliance that CBA collective bargaining agreement was pretty much undermining the accountability ordinance and Reverend William says there's been nothing done to follow the judge's order mayor Jenny Durkan's offices. She already met with the co chairs the office of police accountability, and the inspector general this week to work on compliance, especially on accountability. The Seattle police officers guild says they have a valid contract that includes a disciplinary appeals process similar to most major police departments. And they're confident the city will reach a conclusion that satisfies the judge Ryan Harris, KOMO news, governor Inslee his campaign for president shares their plan for the first democratic primary debate happening next week campaign manager, Ashley Karen says while easily has been pushing his platform on climate change locally. He's not just a one trick pony. Dealing with needles out any number of things that are coming up in our state wildfire healthcare. And this is an opportunity for him to really show his executive experience, but first of tonight's debate Inslee will share the national stage with nine other candidates, including US, Senator Elizabeth Warren democratic debates are on June twenty-sixth and twenty-seventh. Another prominent democrat is calling for impeachment proceedings against President Trump will get the latest from komo's Jeff Pohjola. Congressman Adam Smith, chairman of the powerful Armed Services Committee, has become the second Washington democrat call for impeachment. He follows Pramilla giant Paul who was an early supporter of removing the president from office. The Seattle times reports that events of the last several weeks, have changed his stance and congressman Smith now believes it's time to begin an inquiry according to the New York Times, there are now seventy congressional Democrats calling for the impeachment of President Trump. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news to empty shipping containers that tumbled into the Duwamish. River this afternoon as sunk into the dock both fell from a cargo ship. The owners of the ship say both were knocked into the water as the ship was being unloaded last check the second container was seen floating near the dock we're told both have been secured, and cruiser making plans for pulling them out of the water. No one was hurt, and there's been no impact on navigation in the area temporary measure by the Seattle city council to preserve the historic show box theater is illegal King County. Judge has ruled. It's a blow to those who want to save the longtime music club. But komo's Corwin Hake reports the fights not over yet judge Patrick Oishi told an attorney for the city and ordinance to protect the venue within the pike place market, historical district amounted to illegal spot zoning. The is. Now with no city protections in place show box supporters will soldier on you Genia. Woo is with the preservation society called historic Seattle or keep our conversations open with the property owner and their representatives as we always have. And we would definitely like to me. Very soon to discuss historic Seattle purchasing the property. That's a big ask the original sale agreement with apartment developers was north of forty million dollars in downtown Seattle. Corwin Hake, KOMO news. Komo news time ten ten from the Harley exterior sports desk, storm win over the LA. Sparks in Everett, eighty four to sixty two at T mobile park. Mariners trying to squeeze one out here. Top of the eighth Mariners ten. The Baltimore Orioles. Nine comes Bill Swartz, tells us about a former Washington, husky hoping to make his basketball Mark in the city of brotherly love Philadelphia has the liberty bell the rocky statue. And now university of Washington basketball star Matisse Thionville, taken number twenty overall by Boston in the NBA draft fiber was then traded to the Philadelphia seventy Sixers today Matisse told reporters what basketball skills he brings to the city of brotherly love. Vibes. U dub, T may, Jalen. Dell was a second round choice of the Minnesota Timberwolves Sunday will be.

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"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

"Police Commissioner Reverend Aaron Williams says federal judge James Robart, ordered the city and other stakeholders to reach a unified agreement by July fifteenth. But he says that hasn't happened yet. Indictment. That's a statement that is being made that the community is still considered outsiders that we are still considered a not at the table, mayor's office says she has met with co chairs of the CPC, the inspector general, and the office of police accountability to work on that includes the accountability, these groups still call for the Seattle police officers guild says it has a valid contract. That includes a disciplinary appeals process, similar to most major police departments and that they are competent. The city will reach a conclusion that satisfies the judge most people in the US have heard of climate change. But how many have heard of Jay Inslee? That's one of the challenges facing governor Inslee campaign for president as they prepare for the first democratic debate next week. Komo's SU Romero report Inslee is set to appear on the first of two nights of debate with nine other candidates, including US, Senator Elizabeth Warren and New York City mayor Bill de Blasio. So how will we stand out in the campaign? Manager ashlin Karen says the country is already talking about his main platform climate change. Continue to show up at the top of mind and vast majority of democratic voters, don't yet know who Ensley is, she says, we're can really differentiate himself as a candidate as governor on that age and brings a track record of executives that will be unique to have. She also expects more people to tune in across the country, because it will be the first night of the democratic debates Romero, KOMO news twenty twenty democratic primary debates are on June twenty six and twenty seventh GOP senators will each be hit with a five hundred dollar fine for fleeing the capital and blocking a vote on proposed climate legislation. That's an Oregon Republican Senator Tim Knopp says conservatives plan to file a lawsuit in protest over the fine. Senate majority leader Ginny burdock says the fine is written into statute. She adds that Republicans are holding up. Portions of the budget in addition to the climate Bill Republicans will continue to be fined at five hundred dollars a day for each day. They are away. Speeding motorcyclists of age troopers, but ends up crashing on the freeway.

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"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

"Thanks for being with us today. Hopes that Seattle police could finally toss us I've years of federal oversight have been dashed for the time being komo's Corwin Haeck reports a district court judges demanding further fixes, very beginning federal judge James Robart, has been the man at the helm of SPD's court ordered reforms known as a consent decree, the twenty twelve decree was designed to root out racial bias and excessive use of force as PD has met, many of federal arbitrator, benchmarks, but there has been some backsliding, like the officer who in two thousand sixteen punched a handcuffed suspect was fired and then reinstated at a hearing last week robot ruled the department had fallen partially out of compliance. With the consent decree the Seattle times reports as a result Robart says he will extend court oversight of the department indefinitely. Corwin Hake, KOMO news. People escaped a large house fire, install homage county, two of the. Them are in the hospital with burns sire happening on one hundred third avenue, northeast just east of state route nine between granite falls in Arlington someone called nine one, one to report the house, fire alerting them that the house was totally engulfed in flames. And they couldn't see any of the people who they know, live, there outside of the house, and the assistant fire chief tells us the house is down a very long driveway. He said without any fire hydrants. So that means they had to keep going out to hydrogen coming back in to put water on the flames that home is now a total loss. Komo's Denise Whitaker investigators take a fire at gig harbor high school wasn't was intentionally set. It started in a portable toilet, damaging a large sports equipment, building the peninsula school district says the fire destroyed about eighty six thousand dollars worth of track and field equipment. Also, some football equipment that was inside China is putting pressure on Boeing in the wake of the two fatal, thirty-seven max crashes in Ethiopia, and Indonesia to three. Major state-owned carriers Air, China and China, Southern Airlines want compensation for their planes being grounded..

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"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"james robart" Discussed on KOMO

"Connected. Stay informed. The KOMO morning. News. Good morning. It's seven oh two thanks for making us part of your day starting the day with cloudy skies in downtown Seattle. It's fifty one right now along with MandA factor. I'm Brian Calvert in for Greg this morning. Here are the top stories from the KOMO twenty seven twenty four seven newscenter. Hopes that Seattle police could finally toss aside years of federal oversight are dashed for now. Corwin Hake tells US District court judges demanding further fixes, from the very beginning federal judge James Robart, has been the man at the helm of SPD's court ordered reforms known as a consent decree, the twenty twelve decree was designed to root out racial bias and excessive use of force as PD has met, many of federal arbitrator, benchmarks, but there has been some backsliding, like the officer who in two thousand sixteen punched a handcuffed suspect was fired and then reinstated at a hearing last week robot ruled the department had fallen partially out of compliance. With the consent decree the Seattle times reports as a result Robart says he will extend court oversight of the department indefinitely. Corwin Hake, KOMO news. Three people escaped a large house fire in Snohomish county in two of them are now in the hospital and burns, this fire happening on one hundred third avenue, northeast just east of state route nine between granite falls in Arlington. Someone called nine one one to report the hubs fire alerting them that. The house was totaling Gulbuddin flames, and they couldn't see any of the people who they know, live, there outside of the house, and the assistant fire chief tells us the house is down a very long driveway. He said, without any fire hydrants so that means they had to keep going out to hydrogen coming back in to put water on the flames that home is now a total laws. That's almost east Whitaker. Detectives believe a suspicious fire gig harbor high school was intentionally set the fire began in a portable toilet at ended up damaging a large sports equipment building the peninsula school district says the fire destroyed about eighty six thousand dollars worth of track and field equipment. Some football equipment was also inside city and county leaders into the north sound are balking plans to study new tunnels for Seattle area, light rail people in west, Seattle say, a tunnel would be the least disruptive when light rail comes to the peninsula in twenty thirty but sound transit three giant financial windfall voters approved to pay for the line only budgeted for rails above ground. Nonetheless, the sound transit board will decide this. This week if it wants to pursue studying a tunnel instead that would increase the cost of the west Seattle line, another seven hundred million dollars on other proposed tunnel in Ballard would add three hundred million that has people like Edmonds. Mayor, David ear long a little on edge after all no uncertain where that extra billion would come from airline tells the heralds when you expand scope delay projects news time seven oh, four KOMO AAA traffic, every ten minutes on the force, Kierra how's the drive this hour? It's looking fairly typical for the most part, we are working with one new blocking problem in Seattle. This is a crash northbound I five a little bit north of Boeing access road, and it's taking up a center lane. So that's formed over a mile slowdown in that area. But the travel time seatac to Seattle, it's not awful right now. It's at twenty five minutes northbound I five though having a really slow morning from Martin way through Nisqually. And we're crawling into coma from fifty six to river road. So heavy drives through there. Southbound I five pre standard delays from four or five through shoreline. Linda. Bellevue, forty one minutes. Renton to Bellevue, thirty five minutes. Westbound ninety now getting heavy around the Mercer lid, east five twelve on the brakes from the mall to the valley freeway. Northbound one six seven is slow from two to four zero five and northbound five oh nine now with a heavy drive from one hundred twelfth to east marginal or next much got seven fourteen traffic this.

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02:08 min | 3 years ago

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"One is a student in north creek high school to are adults in King County and two others are adults in Pierce county, and a student at disa- Kwa high school has the measles state, health officer, Dr Kathy low fi says it's important to get your shots almost everyone who's not had the vaccine or the measles virus who are in close. Contact with people with measles will develop measles. It's really that contagious says you can check your county health department website. For more information on where the infected people visited when they were likely contagious. Layoff notices going out in the Edmund school district school board voted last night, just before midnight to cut twenty five teachers eight. System principals from elementary schools, and a few other staff members board member. Diana white says it came down to the wire, not knowing what lawmakers would offer. Really don't know what you're gonna get. And unfortunately for Edmonds. There's several things that did not go in our favor, this year board says more than eighty percent of the budget is staff costs more salary. So layoffs were unavoidable. Staff cuts are expected at schools around Washington in the days ahead as well just today, Tacoma schools, apps thirty one positions will be cut next year. State law requires districts to notify employees as early as may fifteenth. There's also a new law that says districts can't collect as much money as they used to from local levies. A federal judge says the city is Seattle is not in full compliance with an agreement. It made with the department of Justice. Komo's Charlie Harger tells us about today's comment twelve the city reached the agreement with feds after accusations, the SPD's had engaged in several incidents with questionable uses of force of the public. Federal judge James Robart, has been overseeing the agreement and has generally been supportive of progress over the years, but not this time Robart, told the city he was not pleased to see video of an officer striking. A handcuffed woman and learn an arbitrator said the officer could keep his job. But the judge says the city can make it up. And there's a lot of progress ESP can be proud of he wants to see the department show better accountability for his actions and expects that to happen in the next several months. Charlie harder, KOMO news. It's thirty minutes after the hour..

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02:07 min | 3 years ago

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"Botha's north creek, high school, so Snohomish county's public health officer, Dr Mark Beatty says they're working with the district. Not only the see where that student went, besides school and work but to determine which students are not vaccinated duck debating tells me parents, no longer have to worry about their kids getting sick at school virus can stay in the air or reach surfaces for about two hours after that period of time at least two days, and that period is already passed the risk of anybody else getting measles from exposure that occur, two days earlier is pretty much know the other cases are adults to in Pierce county in two in King County, but there's another reported case of Issaquah high school state health says is likely related to what's being called. Called another outbreak. The doctors urge you to make sure your immunized and to check your county health department's website to figure out if you've been to the same places as the five infected people. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. Federal judge says the city is Seattle has fallen out of full compliance with an agreement. It made with the department of Justice in two thousand twelve speedy at a court hearing today, judge James Robart, said the Seattle police department has made many improvements in recent years, but he was not pleased to see a video or an officer hit a woman in handcuffs. Then an arbitrator ruled the officer could keep his job. He says, there are a lot of good things happening to and expects the PD can get back on track cities, Seattle hopes to be released from the agreement next year. Well, despite the ruling there, Jenny durken feels the police department has done a thin tastic job changing its ways that part of the story from komo's Jeff Pohjola. Even though the judge took issue with some of the arbitration process, and the way disputes are handled there can says the use of force within SAP has significantly change. Changed a Seattle police departments policies on use of force have been approved. And again today, the judge confirmed, they're in full compliance. That is their policies are in full compliance. Other parts of the consent decree, not so much. Durkin says she can't get into any further detail until the judge issues his written ruling sometime next week. Jeff pohjola. Komo news Seattle. Saint James cathedral is planning to add sprinklers in the aftermath of last month's fire which heavily damaged. They Notre Dame cathedral in Paris last month..

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

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"Been some management and the meeting valuers students by not cutting addition to the teachers being laid off eight elementary school assistant, principals are also losing their jobs. Several school districts on the state are around the state are announcing layoffs, and more could be on the way just today. Tacoma schools announced another thirty one positions will be cut from their upcoming school year may fifteenth is the deadline set by the state for districts to warn employee's about layoffs. K XL wise says hundreds of layoff notices Ray shoot in Spokane district blame the lay offs on a change in the way they get money from the state and local levies spokesperson for the Tacoma district tells KOMO. They expect the budget to become much more stable in twenty twenty although he says, there's been a lot of progress. Federal judge has ruled the Seattle police department has fallen out of compliance with an agreement it reached with the department of Justice. Komo's charlie. Harder explained ever since two thousand twelve the city and the feds have been joined in what's called a consent decree. Basically, the DOJ make sure the SPD's is violating the civil rights of people. It interacts with over the years, judge James Robart has praised the progress and the changes made by the city. But in this latest hearing Robart, said he was none, too pleased to see a video of an officer hitting a handcuffed woman. He says the city is not fully in compliance with the decree, but he also says he believes Seattle is on the verge of becoming what he calls a first class international city and at the Seattle PD is part of making that happen. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. Komo news time eight thirty four. Triple A traffic.

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04:43 min | 3 years ago

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"The ACLU and others are lining up to sue against that going into effect, Seattle, not in full compliance with an agreement. It made with the department of Justice. So says the federal judge overseeing the process, judge James Robart, telling the city, who was not pleased to see video of an officer striking a handcuffed woman. And then keeping his job is there an increased threat to Americans in Iraq and Syria or not ABC's, Andy Field on the KOMO news line and Andy, the US says? Yep. There is, but the senior British general in the coalition fighting the Islamic state group says new, that's not the case. Meantime, other countries are left worrying about the war with Iran. Well, I think that may actually be part of the reason that this red has been particularly here. In fact, your critics of the Trump administration who are saying that they are doing this removing people from embassies in Baghdad and, and publicly announcing this because normally, they don't normally they they've done this before in Bosnia, where it was done very quietly without all the soup law. But now it's a big public relations campaign. And of course, the president has been sabre-rattling with Iran, sending warships. They're sending patriot missile batteries to the Middle East threatening. At least some kind of military action even though the White House keeps saying they don't want to have war with Iran, but they are doing things that, that indicated that is a possibility has the president clarified at all after he originally denied that the administration is updated plans to send more troops there. And then adding, well, what I do that. Absolutely. Any more clarity? No, not today. We haven't heard from the president on this today. We did here. From the State Department after everyone, including members of congress, including members of the president's own party scratching their heads saying they're not offering any specifics whatsoever about what this threat is now the White House is going to offer a briefing to members of congress tomorrow. But the state farm is kind of backing down a little bit saying, well, yeah, we've had some threads, but we're just trying to be safe and prudent here, which is not normally what they do get going to the point where they evacuated people from an embassy. Okay. Now has anybody checked with the Pentagon? Have they tip their hand at all as to why they think there's an imminent threat from Iran? They haven't other than you know, we've heard intelligence chatter to this affect here. But again, this is a very strange event in very unusual without some specific threat that they are typically. Okay, we'll continue to watch. That's ABC's Andy Field in Washington DC, and our KOMO news time, six eighteen Memorial Day weekend quickly approaching a lot of people going to be hit. Eating the road the forecast for the holiday three day weekend is up from last year. Kelly just with AAA Washington says they're into spitting about a three percent increase by and large most people will be traveling by car thirty seven and a half million people. And that number is up from last year, busy days in Seattle will be probably Thursday and Friday, the twenty third and twenty fourth of may. But the most congest today will be Monday Memorial Day on I ninety west heading back into our area from eastern Washington, especially in the mid afternoon. Macy's a major retailer seeing troubled times, not long ago, announcing steadily increasing sales and revenues things turning around though it stock closed about a half percent. Lower today. ABC's checks Iverson has the story basis putting up it's six consecutive quarter of rising comparable store sales. Thanks in part to another doubling of online sales the Cincinnati department store. Reporting a first quarter profit of one hundred thirty six million dollars or forty four cents per share that far exceeds Wall Street's pre sheer. Expectations, according to a survey by Zacks investment research revenue five and a half billion dollars just shy of expectations. A new survey sheds light on what might be influencing. Our spending habits income was Kelly, Blair explains the new well, survey conducted by Charles Schwab, talk with seven hundred fifty people here in Seattle and found that social media had a significant influence on our spending habits any Lou wish wab says that goes for young and old alike. Thirty percent. Seattle resident admit that they're spending habits have been influenced by images and experiences share by their friends. Yes. Twenty eight percent have confessed. They've been more than they can afford the participate and things with their front survey. Also found a majority fifty six percent live paycheck to paycheck and forty percent carry a credit card balance people were also asked what the net worth of a wealthy person is their answer, two point nine million, which is thirty times the actual net worth of US households. Kelly Bleier, KOMO news. On the topic now or KOMO propel insurance money update. Here's Jim Cesco solid gains for a second straight session on Wall Street, thanks largely to signs of.

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02:21 min | 3 years ago

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"Ryan Harris tells us these are in king Pearson, Snohomish counties. One of the cases involves a student at Botha's north creek high school, so Snohomish county, public health officer, Dr Mark Beatty says they're working with the district, not only see where that student went besides school and work but to determine which students are not vaccinated. Dr Beatty tells me parents, no longer have to worry about their kids getting sick at school virus can stay in the air or reach surfaces for about two hours after that period of time at least two days, and that period has already passed the risk of anybody else getting measles from an exposure that occur, two days earlier is pretty much know the other cases are adults to in Pierce county in two King County, but there's another reported case of Issaquah high school state health says is likely related to what's being called another outbreak. The doctors urge you to make sure your. Unionized and to check your county health department's website to figure out if you've been to the same place as the five infected people. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. Although he says, there's been a lot of progress. A federal judge has ruled the Seattle police department has fallen out of compliance with an agreement reached with the department of Justice. Here's komo's Charlie harder to explain ever since two thousand twelve the city and the feds have been joined in what's called a consent decree. Basically, the DOJ make sure the SPD's is violating the civil rights of people. It interacts with over the years, judge James Robart has praised the progress and the changes made by the city. But in this latest hearing Robart, said he was none, too pleased to see a video of an officer hitting a handcuffed woman. He says the city is not fully in compliance with the decree, but he also says he believes Seattle is on the verge of becoming what he calls a first class international city and at the Seattle PD is part of making that happen. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. The ruling mayor Durkan feels the police department has done. Fantastic job in changing its ways that part of the story from komo's Jeff Pohjola. Even though the judge took issue with some of the arbitration process, and the way disputes are handled their concerns, the use of force within SP has significantly changed a Seattle police departments policies on use of force have been approved. And again today, the judge confirmed, they're in full compliance. That is their policies are in full compliance. Other parts of the consent decree, not so much. Durkin says she can't get into any further detail until the judge issues his written ruling sometime next week. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. And that brings us to six oh, four your KOMO AAA traffic,.

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02:38 min | 3 years ago

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"Nearby boat. Only found a life ring and an emergency beacon. According to the Seattle times. Because cards findings on the case are expected to include safety recommendations, and hopefully answer the question why doing Hatfield lost his brother his best friend and his mentors on the destination. Happened to me. Along that Bo. Still wondering what happened in initial coastguard investigation included, a stability analysis of the destination and the possibility that the way it was stacked high with crab pots failed to comply with federal regulations. Romero? Komo news driver who troopers say was doing a hundred miles an hour near Puyallup this morning before leading them on a wild. Chase is still on the run police. You spike strips to stop the card woodland avenue east, but the driver got out and ran three passengers stayed put and have since been released spike strips are also damaged are also damaged one of the police cars involved in that chase the monitor overseeing Seattle police reforms hits that a federal judge might rule the city's new contract with the police union violated a court agreement. More from komo's Gregg Hersholt. The Seattle times reports court appointed monitor Merrick Bob's suggestion is in contrast with views of city and federal attorneys who have not raised the contract is an obstacle to the deal in a report submitted a federal judge, James Robart. Bob says crucial. Issues including officer discipline and accountability are now pending before the judge the judge has raised questions about the city's contract with police officers field. It was signed in November. And it came after an arbitrator ordered the reinstatement of an officer who appealed his firing for punching a handcuffed woman. Gregg Hersholt, KOMO news on a two teens convicted as adults in a deadly shooting in a Taco Bell parking lot. In Federal Way has been sentenced just over seventeen years in prison. Deontay Pelham was found guilty of killing a Decatur high school football player February two thousand sixteen was fourteen years old at the time of the shooting. Another teen Michael Rogers was also arrested and found guilty. Last november. His sentencing is scheduled for next month one thousand dollar reward being offered to find who damage soccer field used by the Snohomish soccer club. Someone broke in off Lincoln avenue. Second street in Snohomish last Saturday night, then the two vehicles that are in there. Drove around tearing up the grass leaving four inch deep gash. Everywhere clubs now worried about fixing the three fields before they're busy summer tournament. Season is expected to cost about ten thousand dollars to repair the grass Anthony started with clubs as they are actually lucky about when this happened. It was that we had snow. It's firm. So.

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