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"jay anjali" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"R O F M. Tacoma, Seattle as the state inches toward a full reopening, one state lawmaker says it should already happen That's coming up after traffic with Tracy Sailor, You know I love our listeners, especially when they give me some info on that situations where I don't have cameras that, thanks for the text message at 98973 saying traces a wreck it while a road in 128th in Tacoma. That's got the roadway closed off. I'm reaching out to become a PD about the situation. Drivers in Puyallup are still going to find themselves stuck because of the House fire situation that's blocked off Ninth Street Southwest that's between 23rd Avenue, Southwest and 19th Avenue Southwest. All right, so we have some rain falling in parts of the South King and Pierce County is areas and that's what's really clogging things up on south and a five heading up South Centre Hill again after 3/20 that goes all the way out towards the to come down, But we're really heavy around highway 16 out to the Tacoma Mall, and we picked up outside of gravelly Lake Drive continuing to joint base, Lewis McChord. I was 16 looks good Valley Freeway Not so much. Both directions are slow right around 24th street. I know I drove through there earlier today in the road is a little narrow for that h o V lane project. So keep in mind crews are out there working right now. We are definitely slower on North Sunday five getting into effort to stay around 5 to 8 Marysville With an hour commute from Seattle Traffic Brought to you by 7 11 gets 79 Cent Medium iced coffee with seven rewards 7 11 take it to 11 expires 6 29 21. 79 cents plus tax that select store CF returns Cairo Radio Real time traffic I'm Tracy Taylor, now from the Cairo Radio News Center at my Northwest com Governor Jay Anjali says the state will fully reopened no later than June 30th. But Republican State Senator Jeff Wilson says two more weeks is too long to wait. We need to put the open sign back up on the state of Washington, he tells.

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"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:29 min | 8 months ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

"Heavy stuff for the mountains late week in the coma, Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clarke currently 44 downtown, with some areas of clearing, it's 11 was six. We continue with 20 minutes of nonstop news. Later today, we should have new numbers in our state Corona virus outbreak the health Obama did not update yesterday because of the holiday. So here's where things have stood. Our state has more than 328,000 cases. More than 4600 people have died from covert 19 more than 18,000 people hospitalized and the state's administered over a million doses of Corona virus vaccine averaging nearly 27,000 per day. And efforts been launched in this state to make sure that black brown and multicultural communities are able to get the vaccine on an equal basis with everyone else because there's 1.7 million people who are eligible for the vaccine. We're getting about 180 15 or 20,000 doses a week. That's why we're in this difficult situation. Governor Jay Anjali continues to be blunt. States vaccine rollout has been pinched by a shortage of supply and those pinched hardest communities of color. Now is the time to dress these inequities. Lillian Ballesteros, director of the Latino Community Fund, joined state lawmakers and community partners and launching an equity fund to address transportation, technological and language barriers that have disproportionately made it harder. For communities of color to even access a shot. We have to provide people real access in a meaningful way. Patrick Quinn, come on. There's common whose time now, 11, 07 and Seattle marriage. Any. Durkin's final state of the city address was also her briefest. Just under 6.5 minutes go most. Corwin hate. Recaps. Durkin, who has decided not to run for reelection, says the Corona virus pandemic has made all other issues facing the city more difficult, She says. Vaccination is the path toward healing and recovery on all other fronts, including homelessness in equity and public safety. I want us to be the first city in the country to vaccinate 70% of our adults In a six minute 27 2nd pre recorded statement jerk and briefly outlined plans to address homelessness will open hundreds of shelter spaces and affordable homes to bring more neighbors inside. She only lightly touched on what has become the defining issue of her single term as mayor. Police reform will address public safety. Expand alternatives to policing and have other responses in the end jerk and characterized Seattleites as fatigue but determined the state of our city. Is resilient. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news Seattle City Council president Lorena Gonzalez running to succeed Durkin, and she's more blunt on the issue of police reform. Her response to Durkin's address on behalf of the council's she says she wants to quote reimagine public safety. So every person regardless of race or zip code. Feels secure. In Seattle, Nordstrom and another store had to clean up after Vandals smashed windows along Fifth Avenue downtown. Last night, police called in the area just before 10 P.m.. That's where officers found someone with a Hammer that it apparently gone around the Nordstrom flagship store and the nearby business, smashing over a dozen windows. Police say the larger pains cost between 50 and 70,000 to replace the vandal has not been captured, but would face charges of malicious mischief. Protesters on Capitol Hill tried to block Seattle Police patrol cars from leaving the East Precinct. Last night goes, John Marino says it all started rather playfully, John Mitch, he says, the mood seemed playful. People started stacking snow in front of a door where police cars would exit. The officers got out on the snowball started flying.

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"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 8 months ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

"East side, Just mostly cloudy with a few scattered showers in downtown Seattle right now, and the temperature is 38 degrees. Come on news time. 5 37. Later today, we should have new numbers in the States Corona virus outbreak and the Health Department didn't update yesterday because of the holiday. Here's where things stand. Our state has more than 328,000 cases. More than 4600 people have died from covert 19 and more than 18,000 have been hospitalized effort has been launched in this state to make sure that black brown and multicultural communities were able to get the cove it vaccine on an equal basis with everyone else. Here's Governor Jay Inslee were the six because there's 1.7 million people who are eligible for the vaccine. We're getting about 180 15 or 20,000 doses a week. That's why we're bringing this difficult situation. Governor Jay Anjali continues to be blunt. The state's vaccine rollout has been pinched by a shortage of supply and those pinched hardest communities of color. Now is the time to address these inequities. Lillian Ballesteros, director of the Latino Community Fund. Joined state lawmakers in community partners and launching an equity fund to address transportation, technological and language barriers that have disproportionately made it harder for communities of color to even access a shot. We have to provide people real access and meaningful way. Patrick Quinn come on. There's school districts across the state are planning their next steps for reopening classrooms and the Centers for Disease Control is now laying out federal guidelines. Get the update from Kemal's Jonathan Show. Bottom line. The state teacher's union says these air just guidelines and not laws or requirements. So they say. Ultimately, each school district will make the final call. Now. These new and latest CDC recommendations are the first federal guidelines that say how elementary middle school and high schools could even Reopened in areas with high rates of viral transmission if certain precautions are taken, particularly universal mask Wearing and social distancing, the state's teacher's union says the priority is still making sure Each district has the resource is and funding to get things like air filtration systems. P pes on vaccinations. It's 5 39 just a minute away from a coma. Sports update Call 1888 farmers to.

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"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

"His passing In Washington. I'm Heather Graff Governor Jay Anjali, activating the National Guard to be at the state Capitol campus in Olympia on Monday. That's when the Legislature begins. His sessions comes after the violence in D. C this week and after a group of about 100 people breached the gate at the governor's mansion on Wednesday, and that group has pledged to enter the Capitol building, even though it's close because of covert restrictions. Governor Inslee said yesterday that he was considering this move. Well, we are committed to having security. So the legislators confection. We know that the threat level has increased dramatically. And today up to 750 Guard members have been told they will be activated to support the state Patrol and local police on Monday by 50 Time for propel Insurance Money Update with Rob Smith from Seattle Business magazine. Seattle based Cruise ship operator Holland America won't restart Alaska cruises from Seattle until May, The company slashed hundreds of John's last year's covert 19 battered the cruise industry. Holland is also delaying the restart of cruises to other destinations. Including Mexico and the Mediterranean. Alexandria Real estate equities is planning a 600,000 square foot office development on a property near union Station and Blumenfield previously occupied by the Salvation Army. The company bought the property for almost $62 million last year. Doubt Game 56 points to close at 31,098. NASDAQ Rose 1 34, the S and P 500 gained almost 21. This is Rob Smith with Seattle Business magazine for Come on news. Any news, A 2050 past the hour and a check on traffic coming right up. What you doing? Trying to glasses was sent his three d virtual. Try on Wait. Are those the actual prices? I say, Get all of them Seriously. Why not Right? How old now I want you glasses, Xeni dot com Quality prescription glasses starting at 6 95. 76% of.

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"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:13 min | 10 months ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

"Over both your floating bridges, I 90 and 5 20. It's a very wide open, Dr Overall. Heard his cow who incoming traffic. Verizon was looking our weather now. Plenty of rain today. Grace guys around Western Washington. Showers of times and temperatures of her forties to lower fifties really going to turn on the rain tonight As the next system shows up overnight lows. They're going to be the upper thirties to lower forties and rain all night and through the day on Monday, we get cooler by the end of the month Monday and bring down that snow levels. We could see a little bit of So low and snow on the Cascade foothills for the end of Monday, But we have to watch those rivers and streams could bring see several inches of rain starting this evening and through the night and into Monday in the couple dissident third song Come on, parents mentioning possibles. What snow in the foothills by late tomorrow, right now is a cloth. 54 degrees of temperature there. 42 at the summit. There is Snoqualmie Pass Building him a 48 are temperature now in Seattle is 52 here at come on news 6 35 Now is our time. With Friday's news of the modern, a vaccine approval by the FDA. What comes next? Well right now the company preparing to ship $6 million across the U. S. That will dramatically boost supplies here in our state 184,000 doses of the modern, a vaccine expected to arrive by the end of the month. Researchers say it's more than 94% effective at preventing serious cases. Covered 19. After confusion around states reporting they receive less doses of the Fizer and beyond Tec vaccine, and they were promised ahead of Operation Warp speed. Now apologize. It was my fault. I gave guidance. I am the one that approved the forecast sheets. I am the one that approved the allocations. It was a planning error and I am responsible. That's general chief. According to that, so general of Christophe Bernard, chief operating officer with Operation Warp Speed, Visor, said it's been waiting to send out more vaccines. The government now on track to get approximately 20 million doses. Two states come early January more folks needing to go to the hospital that at any other point in a pandemic and for the hospital's, it's hard to handle. What's already there fact. Dr Jeff Duchin, health officer with public Health Seattle Lincoln County, says hospitals across the country are feeling the pinch of just too many people needing to get Some treatment because of covert night scene over 80% of staff beds and staffed ICU beds are filled with over 20% of statewide ICU beds filled with covert 19 patients. It is 6 37. For the next few weeks, City Park crews will be doing massive cleanup and repair is a calendar some park on Capitol Hill. For months, activists and homeless campers took over. Ah, large part of that parka number residents telling us he recall relieved to finally be able to return to their park. We need recreation that safe and way don't want to worry about hazards to our health. And safety and we do want to continue to maintain our support services for people. They're having a hard time and hopefully get people in the housing if that's what they need. Police arrested 24 people during these Friday sweep to clear out Cal Anderson Park of the homeless encampment. There had been no problems by the way of the park sense and so far, none of the campers Have returned its latest We heard from park officials to calm a public schools. Kindergarten students will begin returning to the classroom next month Following updated guidance from governor Jay Anjali on Friday to school district announced that it will begin bringing students back to school for in person instruction. Starting with kindergarten students. January 19th. The school district will start with kindergarten students going into the classroom for in person learning. For two days a week, either Monday and Tuesday or Thursday and Friday. In groups of up to 15 kindergarten students will or who have not yet had any in school experience will have the school mostly to themselves. For that first week, we'll get the sports in just moments here. With jewels turn the University of Washington football program, no announcing it is not going to pursue a bowl bid for this season. Over 19 to blame the team's head physician of fact, Dr Kim Harmon, saying they have taken measures to contain the spread of covert 19 in the football program. But despite aggressive protocols team not ready to safely prepare for and compete in a bowl game. Coach Jimmy, like releasing a statement on Friday, says quote Our goal every season is to win the Pac 12 championship and winnable game. I'm so proud of our guys for how hard they have worked to put us in a position to achieve those goals and quote 6 39 now here at coma, the 2021. I didn't rob Trail Sled Dog race will be about 140 miles shorter than normal to result of complication stomach. From the pandemic. Race officials, just announcing this weekend at teams will no longer embark on 1000 mile journey to Nome. But instead we just take a roughly 860 mile loop. It starts and ends in Willow. Every musher must have tested negative for the Corona virus before That race begins. They will also be tested again during the race, facial coverings social distancing will be mandated at checkpoints. The race scheduled to begin we're told March 6 2021 6 40. Good morning. It's coma News Right now. We all love to sports coverage all stern the smiles because that's his job at the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. The diamond for Seahawks start the day tied with the Rams for the top spot in the NFC West..

"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:03 min | 10 months ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

"Now for local numbers here in our state come most Michelle Esteban. The state is one step closer to 200,000 cases here in Washington, according to new data from the State Department of Health. Stayed added more than 4100 new cases. Meanwhile, another 131 Washingtonians have now been hospitalized just within the past 24 hours of reporting. Now the Washington death toll from the virus has been adjusted down to 2879. The state says it has streamlined how it reports death to provide for more accurate results. Moving forward the programming note that Governor Jay Anjali plans to have a fresh conference this morning at 11 30 update on the covert 19 vaccine. We will carry that press conference live here. On CO Moh am 1000 FM 97 7 again that will be at 11 30. Dueling protests reveled in Olympia, ending with a shooting. We know four officers were also hurt during the clash of both these groups. At one point, Olympia police declaring it a riot almost call Miller with fists and other objects flying between the two sides. A few hours later, W S P says someone was shot. A freelance video journalist tells me that there was a fight and that someone with that pro trump group pulled out a gun. And then pulled the trigger. He had his gun aimed like sideways and waved it east to West motion multiple counter protesters and then shot We know that the shooter's a 25 year old man from Shoreline, who has been arrested for first degree assault here is now at the Thurston County Jail. Checking on sports. It was the MLS Cup hopes were for the Sounders to grab it, not much for them. The Columbus crew wins the Cup three mil in the MLS championship. Over 19 prevented the Huskies from their football game yesterday. But now tentative. They are the dogs to play Friday in Los Angeles against USC for the Pac 12 title. 5 P.m. game time. No Cougars Yesterday they were the host Cal in Pullman. Couple of players testing positive of covert 19 2 hours before game time. It was canceled. Seahawks take on the Jets today. Now look.

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"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:34 min | 10 months ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

"You've ruined my favorite song. Penn Fed Credit Union visit Penn fed dot org's slash power cash to receive any advertised product, you must become a member of Penn Fed injured by N C away. Stay connected. Stay informed The Northwest News Station Co. Moh new just ahead the process of getting that call the 19 vaccine from there to here. Not as easy as you think. Steven Colonel, have the breakdown for us. Also will give you the latest of what the governor is saying about the vaccine. In fact, he's gonna make some time to talk to us this morning. Fizer is shipped out the first doses of the Corona virus vaccine it developed with German company Beyond Tech, maybe sees Alex Perez is outside of fighters campus in Portage, Michigan. The first trucks carrying the vaccine left here just moments ago. This is the moment employees and so many others have been anxiously waiting for the rollout of the vaccine, delivering that only a treatment. It also hope UPS and FedEx air handling distribution sites across the country. The first doses could be administered tomorrow. Right now, though soaring numbers of new coal bin 19 cases and a record number of people in the hospital more than 108,000 across the country. Monday, the Electoral College will meet officially certified president elect Real bodies Victor There was violence in Washington, D. C. Saturday after after some supporters of President Trump marched in protest of the results. There were clashes with counter protesters. Despite today's self imposed deadline. The European Union in Britain plan to continue talks in a trade deal for in Britain leaves the EU with the end of the year. Brian Clark ABC News Homo News 1000 FM, 97 7. Good morning our temperature right now, here in Seattle 40 degrees I'm r. Christopher Mike severed our technical director. You're the top stories from overnight from Komal 24 7 news Center. Two groups clash during protests in Olympia in a matter of time, police declare there that it was a riot, then shots are soon fired, almost cold Miller on what happened, the state capital playing backdrop Saturday to a pro Trump rally, some in that crowd with helmets and gas masks on and counter protesters with those shields out front. The two groups coming face to face squaring off in the streets. It did not take long for Olympia police to step in declaring this a riot with Washington State Patrol's sending in its rapid deployment force when people come With conflict in mind with provocation in mind and confrontation in mind, rather than speech from frustration. You have days like way saw today with fists and other objects flying between the two sides. A few hours later, W S P says someone was shot. A freelance video journalist tells me that there was a fight and that someone with that pro trump group pulled out a gun. And then pull the trigger. Troopers are now leading that investigation. And for those who call Olympia home hearing about what took place is unsettling to say the leave While we watch for more updates on this story today, we do know a 25 year old man from Shoreline has been arrested as a result of that shooting that took place Olympia police arresting four people involved with that class yesterday of the two groups for officers suffering injuries. We have not heard the extent off those injuries. State Department of Health expecting get first shipments of the Fizer vaccine. In the early part of this coming week. People in the so called one a group will be vaccinated first. That includes frontline medical workers and those who work closely with people who have the virus and the nationwide distribution of the covert 19 vaccine. Quite a process when you look at all the steps needed for that from here to there. Delivery. Come on. Steve McCarron, ups and FedEx will transport the vaccine under escort by U. S marshals. Each crate has radios and GPS devices on them as well as a temperature probe. That's to make sure the vaccines stay at more than 90. Douri's below zero once the doses arrive at hospitals and other facilities will need to go from the boxes. Two freezers within 90 seconds. Then the doses need to be brought to room temperature in order to be administer. That process takes about three hours. Governor Jay Anjali, meanwhile, plans to hold a press conference this morning to give an update on the covert 19 vaccine and its arrival here in our state. We will have that for you Live here on coma News. Am 1000 FM 97 7 at 11 30 6 34 is the time here at come occurs Calhoun helping out here for caramel sundae with latest for Komal traffic every 10 minutes on the force from the tube in law group Traffic Center, Curtis Eastbound 90 remains closed between I five and island crest Way until 7.

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"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:34 min | 11 months ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

"Decision could come as early as December. California, setting a daily record for new cases, a curfew taking effect this weekend across much of the state. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected to stay informed The comb Oh afternoon news Friday edition. Thank you for joining us cloudy skies and downtown Seattle. It's 48 degrees. Come on, Use time 302. I'm ELISA Jaffe with Rick fan sites, and here's what's happening. I'm Charlie Harder. Governor Jay Anjali is out with a plan. To help people in business is affected by covert 19. So today we are announcing a package of $135 million and economic support. For Washington businesses as well as Washington families is, Lee says, This is just a start and says he hopes you have federal relief money coming in as well. I'm Ryan Harris. The Corona virus continues on its path of rapid spread in our region, including King County, which is now up to a peak of daily average cases at 581 at 7.5 times higher than it was in late September and climbing. County health officer Dr Jeff Duchin says social gatherings continue to be a leading cause of spread. So he says, we need to work. Together to bring it down. We don't have to follow the pathway to pain Do, Jin says With the increased demand for testing people shouldn't use testing is a ticket for Thanksgiving travel or gathering. I'm Jeff Pooja Look, King County is in the process of changing its covert testing sites to a less invasive procedure. The new test, which is already in use, since the Homos county doesn't go nearly as deep into the nasal cavity and could be self administered. We do the technique correctly, We will get equivalent results and it will certainly be more comfortable. Dr. Mark tell Barocco, head of testing strategy for King County says that should encourage more people to get tested. Seattle's actions to defend its police department will not include the so called no new cops. Measure activists. Nikita Oliver, one of the City Council to institute an officer. Hiring freeze for no new cops will give us 10 million more dollars for community. The Council Budget Committee voted against the measure, saying it could compromise public safety. Social justice advocates have secured about 17% and cuts and S PDS $409 million budget. I'm so Romero no casual visits to Canada from the US For it Least another month, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau extended the covert 19 border restrictions until at least December 21st and told Canadians they home if you can. And avoid all non essential travel that includes crossing the border for recreation, shopping or entertainment. Still to come. Holiday craft fairs go virtual.

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"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:47 min | 11 months ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

"Very good. I predict that FBI Director Christopher Wray and CIA director Gina Hospital will be fired by the president before he leaves office to the country's detriment. Also watch for my friend turned McMillan, who is coming out with a very, very interesting piece on your new UFO incidents coming since that place anyway. Stay connected to stay informed with Cuomo News 7 1097 7 Online it Comeau NEWS. Calm. This is KOMO Seattle, KOMO FM Oakville From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark is the nation experiences another surge of Copan 19 cases. Residents in some places like Haddonfield, New Jersey, said. They feel some members of their communities aren't taking the pandemic seriously enough kind of going through, probably like a covert depression a little bit or just wear and tear from it. Kathleen angered who lost her father to the virus has a harsher tone. If they want to be ignorant enough not to wear a mask and be stupid and go out there and act like it's no big deal. Go take a trip to the ICU right now. Cases are on the rise in all 50 states. Dr. Kalish, A Hills, the chief medical officer to meet a health ST Mary's in Illinois, says We're seeing numbers that we did not see this high in the spring. We're currently in our Kentucky County at a 28% positivity rate. Washington Governor Jay Anjali is expected to announce a ban on indoor dining today. Two weeks stay at home order takes effect tomorrow in New Mexico amid the push for a vaccine their concerns the process could be held up by the presidential trance. Mission says ABC is Ty Hernandez, the head of the Trump administration's operation Warp Speed, says President elect Joe Biden's team should be given access to the federal program so that nothing slows it down. Warning thousands of lives are at stake. But documents of Slough, he says he needs approval from the Trump administration to talk to the Biden team, something he has not gotten, as the president has not conceded Red Maga hats and Trump flags waving high in Freedom Plaza one week after you Biden was protected the winner of the presidential race thousands of Trump supporters protesting the election results. So far, President Trump has refused to concede the election. That's a B C's faith of booby. In Washington. At least 20 people were arrested. Vice President Mike Pence will travel to Cape Canaveral to watch these space sex rocket take off with four astronauts onboard bound for the international space station. You're listening to ABC News. This is an advertisement paid on. Attorney spokesperson. Regular Block admitted. Massachusetts only Sokolove Law LLC, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Paul J. Morgan Winter Park, Florida Copy New Jersey. Michael Broken Solace, admitted Louisiana Well, this firm maintains joint responsibility. Most cases of this hyper referred to other attorneys for Principal responsibility. Miso feel Yoma if you know what me so.

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01:38 min | 11 months ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

"Weeks. That'll start Wednesday. So I want to be very clear. That there are some covert 19 hot spot counties that are likely to stay in the freeze for much longer than two weeks and one of those counties that will be in lockdown for four weeks. Meanwhile, Governor Jay Anjali said to announce new restrictions for our state is coming a week. It's not clear if he plans something similar to Oregon. It's a 34 Come on traffic for you now, every 10 minutes on the fours. Let's go to John Nelson. Looking at my cameras. I'm seeing just a bit of slow traffic North bound I five through two comma approaching 167. Looks like we might have some construction in that area there so well, something watch out for our biggest issue right now is the mountain passes. A lot of snow on the mountains chains are required for Snoqualmie Pass. Traction tires are required for Stevens Pass our next Cuomo traffic at 8 44 barren John in a coma Weather center here a decent morning around western Washington. A few showers out there, but the clouds will increase during the day, along with the rain, the gusty winds and heavy mountain snow the next Pacific storm systems, really going to take over this afternoon be ready for the even the possibilities and power outages before the day is up with twins. Gusting between 30 and even 40 Miles an hour, especially strong in the North Sound over the next 24 hours. A night ahead is going to be wet and windy and lots more snow in the Cascades. Very treacherous travel conditions up there for the next 24 to 48 hours during the day on Sunday rain and down low and snow in the Cascades to start the day on Sunday, But we'll take that off in the afternoon. Ah, calmer end of the weekend. As we head into Monday in the coming of the Senate hearings on come on his 45 of the ocean beaches 38 Bremerton and.

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01:55 min | 11 months ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

"The family of missing Mom Susan Powell plan to take the battle over the murder of her sons to the state Supreme Courts, the latest effort to make the state pay for the deaths of Charlie and Brayden. Powell in 2012, Josh Powell locked a state case worker out of his home and killed his sons and they're firing at murder suicide. A jury found the state negligent and awarded the boys of ST $98 million. Which a judge reduced to 33 million. Last week, The state filed an appeal. Com O spoke to the boy's grandfather, Chuck Cox, who says the case should go to the Supreme Court. It's all about making a change in DSHS, where they actually care about the safety of Children and do their jobs the way they should be doing them. The money, unfortunately, is the only thing we have. Ah, We can't force any ideas HS to do anything. The state maintains there was no way of knowing Josh Powell. The father would kill his Children. New travel restrictions in place up and down the West Coast governors of California, Oregon, and here in Washington, one people traveling from out of state to voluntarily self quarantine for 14 days, that would be like right now. Oregon Governor Kate Brown, putting her state back in the lockdown that starts Wednesday. The two week freeze includes limiting restaurants to take out only limiting retail grocery stores and pharmacies to 75% capacity and strongly encouraging curbside pickup turns out one of the county's include the city of Portland. In those lockdown, Zahra and next week, governor Jay Anjali said to announce new restrictions for our state not clear whether he will propose something similar. Oregon comes Joe Marino went to see attacked by the way to find out how passengers are responding to these expectations. If the West Coast governors had their way people wouldn't be boarding airplanes right now. Governors are asking for a complete paws on nonessential travel. And at a minimum, the people quarantined for two weeks once they arrive, I mean, really going down to California for a week, so you know, turn around to be back in a week. Don't say, you know.

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03:00 min | 11 months ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

"1st and ICU beds full December 18th more than a week earlier than the last projection. I H M each doctor Ali mock God says indoor gatherings. Like Thanksgiving. Dangerous, So he says, Don't let the virus begin uninvited guest. That s all. I think today for 14 days in order to be able to join your loved ones and not just their life. We can always celebrate again. But we cannot have a loved one back if you lose them. Mark Dowd says daily death An infection numbers will peak in late winter and start to decline is the weather improves in the springtime? So he says that and a possible vaccine are the light of the end of the tunnel. But there's some restrictions are likely to try to save some lives. The governors of Washington, Oregon and California issuing a travel advisory, they asked people coming from out of state to self quarantine for 14 days. Governor Kate Brown of Oregon has also ordered her state back in the lockdown. Two weeks starts on Wednesday, so I want to be very clear. That there are some covert 19 hot spot counties that are likely to stay in the freeze for much longer than two weeks of counties that we're going to lock down that includes so the county where Portland is located. It will be locked down for four weeks, Governor Jay Anjali said to announce new restrictions for our state in the coming days, and it isn't clear if he plans something similar to Oregon. 7 34 Here. Come on A Saturday, John Nelson with caramel traffic every 10 minutes on the force Right now. Our only blocking problem is in the silver Dale area that is collision taking up too. Right Lanes. Highway three at Wagah Way. If you're heading over the mountains, we've got a lot of snow up in them there. Hills chains are required right now for Snoqualmie Pass. Traction tires are required for Stevens Pass our next Cuomo traffic at 7 44 traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the fours here, stare in a decent morning around western Washington. A few showers out there, But the clouds will increase during the day, along with the rain, the gusty winds and heavy mountain snow the next Pacific storm systems, really gonna take over this afternoon be ready for the even the possibilities and power outages before the day is up with twins. Gusting between 30 and even 40 Miles an hour, especially strong in the North Sound over the next 24 hours. A night ahead is going to be wet and windy and lots more snow in the Cascades. Very treacherous travel conditions up there for the next 24 to 48 hours during the day on Sunday rain and down low and snow in the Cascades to start the day on Sunday, But we'll take that off in the afternoon. Ah, calmer end of the weekend. As we head into Monday in the coming of the Senate hearings on come on his temperature. Seattle 43 here a coma news getting back to the travel restrictions. Reaction now this weekend to the governor's plea to limit your holiday plans without story comas. Patrick Quinn Rethink Thanksgiving. That's the message from Governor Jay Inslee. It's just too dangerous together together indoors across Puget Sound. Most people we talked with are taking the governor at his word. I agree with what he's saying. Hey at home. We were going to have my son and his partner over and they called.

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"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

"FM 97 7 Overcast skies Right out here in Seattle, current temperature is 54 degrees. I'm R. Christopher, my cyber technical director. Now for the top stories from overnight here, the Coma 24 7 News Center. Applause Filling the Rose Garden Saturday in the nation's capital is President Donald Trump, making it official 48 year old Amy Cockney buried to fill the vacant seat of the U. S. Supreme Court and with President Trump tapping bear to fill that vacant seat. Was growing concern over the future of the affordable care act and the future women's reproductive rights, Namely, Roll versus Wait, both of Washington States. U. S senators raise fears The Barretts appointment ahead of the election could be detrimental to both sides. Senator Patty Murray says she opposes Barrett's nomination in the strongest terms. And there are also questions over what role of any her Catholic background may impact her decision making Scotland Felix is assistant teaching professor of political science at U Dub Republicans like her faith to be a major part of these hearings. I think Democrats are are not going to take the bait on that. Washington's other senator, Democrat Maria Cantwell, also not supporting the Cockney Barrett nomination. She says She has previously voted against Judge parents confirmation to the U. S Court of Appeals for the seventh Circuit because she did not believe her too. Social philosophy represents a jurist who would uphold privacy and other rights guaranteed in the U. S. Constitution. On Twitter Governor Jay Anjali tweeted about his of feedback here on the president's pick, writing quote, the Supreme Court will hear a case on the Affordable Care Act one week after Election Day, 718,000 Washingtonian stand to lose their health care coverage. We cannot let that happen Unquote now what's next?.

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"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

"The roads here. Could be slick. See some standing water here through the midday as we continue come on his Saturday, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, champion of women's rights and other causes, passed away from complications related Aggregated cancer of the High court made the sound announcement late Friday, President Bill Clinton appointed Ginsberg to the bench in 1993, the first appointment by a Democrat. In fact, in 26 years and just the second woman ever on the Supreme Court. Almost Tammy Natasha with more the tributes here, they're coming in locally. It is a sad day for America, Losing a feminist icon and champion for civil rights and touching. Tributes have been pouring in across the feeds near Journey. Durkin just tweeting this a short time ago, saying devastating, Ah pioneer who inspired so many particularly young girls. We must extend her legacy by continuing the fight. For true equity for upholding the Constitution and for a country that lives up to its promise. Now, just a skins. Berg's death is just 45 days before the presidential election, which means the Supreme Court hasn't opened feet. Coma political analyst Ron Dots Our says the implications will be huge, but he believes the process for her replacement should be a careful consideration. But I think the politics of it the way this lines up, it would be very, very risky. For the GOP in the Senate to try to ram through a nominee before November 3rd. Now I put the emphasis on November 3rd because All bets are off after the election Governor Jay Anjali tweeted his tribute to RBG quote. We have lost one of the greatest American patriots to ever serve on the U. S. Supreme Court 8 37 Now here at coma News We mentioned highway 12 still closed because of wildfire activity burning east of that area departed transportation decided. Close that highway for the weekend because large rocks and other debris keep falling on the highway. They tell us Monday afternoon. They should have an update, by the way, a research effort right now to see how long it takes people to recover from living. With a hazardous levels. A wildfire smoke for seven weeks still hasn't been determined here. Foran answer. In fact, we're hearing the smoke at one point here in Seattle that were breathing. Hopefully you weren't was equivalent of smoking eight cigarettes a day. Some residents by the way of western Montana in the town of Seeley Lake, who stayed in the area during the 2017, while fire season are apparently participating. In a study at the University of Montana of the lung capacity, researchers found that people's lung capacity Declined in the first two years. Kaiser Health News reporting. Researchers don't know how the residents are faring this year because they could not return to Seeley Lake due to the Corona virus pandemic that everybody curious about will the smoke that we breathe. Hell effect on us in the years to come a couple from rented by the way still in the hospital because of a wildfire. It also claimed the life of their one year old son. Now we're learning the woman injured was 14 weeks pregnant at the time. The child did not make it the sister of Jamie Highland shares it looks like they've been together for 30 to 60 years, not three. And they're just hold their love shines throughout everything their faith is so strong. That's what's holding them together. Burn specialist at Harbor View Medical Center, though, say they're carrying for the man and a woman. Both are in serious condition and improving as you could imagine two firefighters trying to contain the massive wildfires. Oregon, California, Washington continue and they say they're constantly on the verge of exhaustion. These men and women fighting the fires, working 50 hours at a stretch and then sleeping on gymnasium floors for days. Exploding trees, shower them with embers. They lose track of time when the sun's blotted out by the smoke, and they sometimes have to run for their lives from advancing flames. Many fire teams trying to protect the same communities, in fact where they live that makes it emotionally. Ah challenge and each Homer Barn lost a mental blow for firefighters trained to protect lives and property. This is one reason that coma news has teamed up with the Salvation Army to raise money for those in need. As a result of these devastating wildfires we've had here in August in September so far between radio listenership and TV viewership. We've raised $50,000.

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"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

"Hit the patrol car. It looks like the driver that was going the wrong way. No injuries there. Looks like the officer involved. Blocked that road to take the direct hit. Looks like a head on was transported to ST Michael's. We're not seeing anything yet of the latest to condition here. Of the officer will keep an eye on them, but preventing what could have been. AH lot worse. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, dubbed in later years, the notorious RBG was the second woman ever to serve on the Supreme Court began her tenure in 1993 President Bill Clinton. Appointed her before that she had a celebrated career as an attorney fighting for equal rights for women. She eventually became a cultural icon for women and Americans of all generations. Lots of local reaction to the death of Ginsberg as of yesterday, one of our former law clerks now sharing a profound impact. Civil rights champion had on her own life and career. For this we go to Komal is Joel Marino small and simple gesture for an icon of the legal community. As people gathered the Seattle center toe honor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, she really wanted to ensure that every American heavy equal rights viewed by many as the legal architect of the civil rights movement. In 2002. Ginsburg took on a young and aspiring law clerk who is now a professor at the University of Washington. I feel like I couldn't really hoped for much better of a life in the life that she designed and lived. Elizabeth Porter was there is landmark opinions were forged on same sex rites and affirmative action cases. The experience would shape our own understanding of life. The law in the fight for equality that continues to this day. This is a political tragedy for the country, In my view, were deeply polarized place and we're losing an important steadying voice. Ginsberg herself faced discrimination coming out of law school and turned that into a lifelong quest for equality for all Americans. I think she wass absolutely the best sort of patriot. Aside from a storied career, Porter says Ginsberg loved art and music and was surrounded by people She loved. I can celebrate a beautiful Joyous life well lived. Whatever happens next, Professor Porter says she hopes the legitimacy of the Supreme Court doesn't get dragged down by political scheming in the upcoming appointment process. Now Coleman's Molly Shen reading Governor, Jay Anjali statement on Ginsberg's death, saying, We lost one of the greatest American Patriots to ever serve on the U. S. Supreme Court. Until he went on to say Justice. Ginsburg was a public servant who kept America true to its purpose. She never shied away from vigorously dissenting when the court set back the course of justice. Anjali is among the dozens of politicians and celebrities taking to social media to mourn Justice Ginsburg. They also include former President Bill Clinton, who appointed her. Clinton called Ginsberg a magnificent judge on a wonderful person come on his time at 7 19 progress in the fight against two massive fires burning in central Washington. The Pearl fire were told right now 94% contained after scorching more than 223,000 acres. And the Cold Springs fire 85% contained burning more than 189,000 acres. Also reminder. The state Department of Transportation says that highway 12 over White pass when I'll be close to the weekend because of a wildfire burning in that area Department transportation, saying large rocks and other debris now keep falling on the highway. You'll find closure that's eased a pack. Would the state plans to give us an update on reopening? Sometime on Monday afternoon. Come on news time now is 7 20 here on the weekend? We do give you a bell insurance, money and business report for the latest we have. Here comes Kelly Blair. Stocks are ending the week lower as the tech selloff continued on Wall Street. At the closing bell Friday, the Dow Jones industrial Average lost 244 points closing at 27,657. The S and P. 500 dropped 37 points to close at 3319 and the NASDAQ gave up 117 points to close at 10,793. California's unemployment rate fell to 11.4% in August. The Employment Development Department says the state added 101,900 jobs during the month, most for government jobs, including temporary positions for the U. S census. California lost more than 2.6 million jobs in March and April because of Corona virus. The state has regained nearly a third of those jobs. But restaurants and other hospitality businesses have been the hardest hit. The sector lost another 14,600 jobs in August, with Corona virus restrictions still in place across much of the state. Kelly Blier Coma News Just ahead. Cougar football. Husky football. No games this year Not so fast state. You don't feel right. You sleep plenty,.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg, aka 'Notorious RBG,' was an unparalleled cultural icon

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02:32 min | 1 year ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, aka 'Notorious RBG,' was an unparalleled cultural icon

"Ruth Bader Ginsburg, dubbed in later years, the notorious RBG was the second woman ever to serve on the Supreme Court began her tenure in 1993 President Bill Clinton. Appointed her before that she had a celebrated career as an attorney fighting for equal rights for women. She eventually became a cultural icon for women and Americans of all generations. Lots of local reaction to the death of Ginsberg as of yesterday, one of our former law clerks now sharing a profound impact. Civil rights champion had on her own life and career. For this we go to Komal is Joel Marino small and simple gesture for an icon of the legal community. As people gathered the Seattle center toe honor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, she really wanted to ensure that every American heavy equal rights viewed by many as the legal architect of the civil rights movement. In 2002. Ginsburg took on a young and aspiring law clerk who is now a professor at the University of Washington. I feel like I couldn't really hoped for much better of a life in the life that she designed and lived. Elizabeth Porter was there is landmark opinions were forged on same sex rites and affirmative action cases. The experience would shape our own understanding of life. The law in the fight for equality that continues to this day. This is a political tragedy for the country, In my view, were deeply polarized place and we're losing an important steadying voice. Ginsberg herself faced discrimination coming out of law school and turned that into a lifelong quest for equality for all Americans. I think she wass absolutely the best sort of patriot. Aside from a storied career, Porter says Ginsberg loved art and music and was surrounded by people She loved. I can celebrate a beautiful Joyous life well lived. Whatever happens next, Professor Porter says she hopes the legitimacy of the Supreme Court doesn't get dragged down by political scheming in the upcoming appointment process. Now Coleman's Molly Shen reading Governor, Jay Anjali statement on Ginsberg's death, saying, We lost one of the greatest American Patriots to ever serve on the U. S. Supreme Court. Until he went on to say Justice. Ginsburg was a public servant who kept America true to its purpose. She never shied away from vigorously dissenting when the court set back the course of justice. Anjali is among the dozens of politicians and celebrities taking to social media to mourn Justice Ginsburg. They also include former President Bill Clinton, who appointed her. Clinton called Ginsberg a magnificent judge on a wonderful person come on

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"jay anjali" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"In Washington state officials survey the damage from a fire burning southeast of Tacoma, East Pierce Fire and rescue chief Bud Becker says it's the worst he's seen in decades. I just happened to be on for 10 when the fire jumped, jumped the road, and it was literally like a blowtorch up there, speaking through a mass governor, Jay Anjali, pointing the finger at climate change. This isn't ordinary. Siri's of events we have suffered. They're the result of Catastrophically danger automatic systems. Which have left us exposed to these horrendous fires. The Senate today will try to pass a half trillion dollar pandemic relief bill that could very well fail. Republican Mitch McConnell isn't sure he'll get the votes to pass his smaller covert relief that House Democrats say they'll reject. I'm optimistic that we'll have a good vote. On our side. I would hope this might appeal to some of the Democrats. Democrat Chuck Schumer says it's unlikely Americans will see any aid this week. We defeat it. There's a decent chance they will come back to the table and we'll get a much better bill and the field. ABC NEWS Washington Top Republicans, though, are signaling they'll just try to pass legislation keeping the government running past the end of this month. In Rochester, New York. Federal authorities air bringing charges against two individuals Adam Green and Dallas Williams Smothers for their roles and violent demonstrations in the wake of the public disclosure of Daniel Prudes Death. In announcing the charges, J. P. Kennedy, U. S attorney for the Western District of New York, blasted the violence, Your contempt your hate and your determination, demonization. Of those who protect us. The police. Remarkably dangerous. A lawyer for bankrupt J. C. Penny says they are close on a deal with two major mall owners to buy the struggling retailer and keep it going That would save about 70,000 jobs. You're listening to ABC News. Balance of nature changing the world. One life at a time. Your product. Great, absolutely. General aches and pains. I have something work outside a lot gone. It's Ah, It's almost magic. It's almost too hard, too good to be true, you know, but it is very true Doctor. How is sort of fantastic service by creating I work in health care, and I haven't gotten even a runny nose. I'm walking more. I'm exercising more. I'm doing more yoga. I'm pretty convinced that this is something to do with it. And you know what? I will.

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KOMO

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"jay anjali" Discussed on KOMO

"As free men and women in the greatest country on Earth and keep it that way. Former Vice President Biden saying it is the president who's threatening democracy with his postal service slowdowns and unfounded claims of rigged mail in ballots. Andy Field ABC NEWS Washington Evacuation orders for Napa County, California ahead of the Hennessy fire. It's one of about two dozen wildfires burning in the state like virus burned more than 18,000 acres since Wednesday. This one's especially challenging with given the hot, dry conditions and the rugged Roadless areas We're dealing with east of Los Angeles. Authorities say the ranch fire was caused by an alleged arsonist, 36 year old Osman Palencia, turning himself into police. NBC's will car Mississippi is expanding access to freak over 19 testing for teachers and school based emergency tele health coverage. More than 70 of the state's 82 counties have reported outbreaks during the first few weeks of school. You're listening to ABC News Stay connected. Stay informed the co Moh evening news Homo news time. 70 to the Democratic National Convention on Camo News. Brought to you by Sunset Chevrolet Coming up in just a couple of minutes. Art Sanders with your top local stories with the Democratic Convention now underway. Local strategist tells us the party is going to have to work hard to attract voters. Almost Charlie Harder has the story. Long time consultant Kathy Allen tells us. She expects to see many of her fellow Democrats make their cases against president from. But she argues, it'll be important to make people who are undecided to feel welcome. I think there is an appeal to build the family. That is one of the things that I'm looking for is what are they doing to make more people who don't vote to get them ready to vote? She says. Democrats would be smart to make this convention entertaining that viewers may get bored. If it's presented like a work videoconference. We'll have coverage of the Democrats this week. The Republican convention is next week. Charlie Harder. Come O knew well as the Democratic Convention gets underway, Governor Jay Anjali has been invited to give speeches to advocacy groups. He tells the center for American progress that he doesn't believe President Trump is effectively leading the nation and the response to the Corona virus outbreak. What can we do to fight that prove it Pandemic? And the answer to that is really easy. Electro Biden McConnell Harris to these positions another group had in Italy speak about the green new deal. He's expected to take part in a panel on climate change tomorrow. Camo news time. 70 for our Cuomo traffic.

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