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"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"Well, it's been more than a month, and twelve operating rooms at Seattle Children's hospital are still closed potentially toxic toxic fungus is to blame for the evil. Komo's Jennifer Sullivan has the updates on Tuesday. Seattle Children's was given ten days to get a plan in place, if not the hospital could potentially lose their state license. At this point, we have issued the facility a statement efficiencies as a result of that investigation. The facility will be required to provide us with a written plan of correction. Essentially, what are they doing to correct? Those deficiencies KOMO has learned that to patients at children's over the last year, battled aspergillus infections one. One. We're told died in a statement, Seattle Children's tells us, they're taking the situation, very seriously and have installed a new air, handling NPR vacation system installed a new humidifier system sealed potential sources of air leaks in all operating rooms cleaned all operating rooms and their storage spaces revise processes for the movement and storage of surgical supplies and equipment now use ultraviolet light to disinfect surfaces in operating rooms. Many surgeries have been cancelled others diverted to marry bridge, even hospitals in Oregon, and California. Harborview says they've had about twenty patients sent their way. Jennifer Sullivan, KOMO news. Two year old boy is at Harborview medical center today after falling out of a third story window in Everett yesterday afternoon had avid, the Hillcrest estates apartments, south Snohomish fire says the boy landed in landscaping, bark and has serious injuries. This is the third time just this week that a child has fallen through a screen and out a window in the Everett area fire, and explosives, will not keep a church in Renton from spreading a message of love the congregation of the United Christian church, hosted a prayer vigil last night, just days after their colorful pride display on the front doors of the sanctuary were attacked. Komo's Joel Moreno has more. What brought this heartfelt gathering together was a string of attacks on doors. They're meant to show support for the LGBTQ community, but someone tried to burn them then set off a bomb. They are sick and they're cowardly for doing what they get is now investigating the vandalism as a possible, hate crime. But the focus at this vigil was on community and inclusion era, actually combination elders group, size of this lengthy people. The plan is for these doors to remain out here. Well, pride month celebrations continue throughout the nation. Joel merino. Reporting an armed robbery suspect from Bremerton in mount Vernon fled from multiple police agencies causing a crash after police fired shots yesterday afternoon. It all ended in northbound interstate five lanes Tacoma at the ramp for the I seven oh, five SR nine interchange. At one point, he got out of his car and tried to carjack lacy Blair's culture. On the ground picked it up. And I realized it was a night can, then he said, get out of your car. It was really scary. He's now behind bars. Thankfully, no one was injured a lot of excitement in Vancouver, British Columbia, where the NHL draft is underway. Stay to and even though Seattle's future team doesn't have a pick this year. They're already making their presence known. Komo's Patrick Quinn has more. Outside Rogers arena in Vancouver, hype and hysteria for professional hockey at this year's NHL draft. Jerry jones. Inside the H, L, Seattle owner, Jerry bruckheimer knows there's buzz building for hockey one hundred and forty miles south in Seattle. It's happening. Under the ground right now. So it's pretty exciting. Thirty one teams are taking part in this year's draft an empty hole where Seattle franchise will soon set up president and CEO. Todd lie. Wiki knows they're inching closer to a puck dropping and Seattle can watch the game. When looking at saying one day. Two or three or four these players in this very game are going to be raining sandwich crosser chest conducts fans to anxiously await having an instant rival. We've never had a team this invent cougar BC Patrick Quinn. Komo news time three ten that brings us to sports at the Harley exterior sports desk. Here's Dave Lewis, I get Jeff the Mariners writing three game winning streak for the first time since April eighteen to the twentieth and have some work to do if they're going to extend it truly Baltimore five two in the six Tommy Malone. With the first five giving up three runs on four hits Myrna runs on vogue RBI double in the first in a throwing error in the sixth inning. It's a verbal commitment for the university of Washington football program, as Carson Brunner from Redmond made his decision to join the huskies Carson's. Dad, Mark was a great tight end for the huskies catching ninety passes Rover thousand yards at four scores ending his career in nineteen Ninety-four before turning to the NFL. And but then he's back in the sidelines. Storm back to work at home facing Indiana tomorrow at four sports at ten and forty past the hour on the home of the huskies. I'm Dave Lewis. Komo news. Guys. Would it be crazy if you packed your bags and left?.

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"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo news. One thousand FM ninety seven seven. Good morning eleven thirty one. From the KOMO twenty four hour news center. I'm Jeff Pohjola. Here's what we're following. Well, let's mystery that's costing Thurston county money to clean up hundreds of unused hypodermic needles dumped in a rural neighborhood over the last month. Komo's Jennifer Sullivan spoke with one mother who made it her mission to get it clean here. These were picked up at the top of sixth avenue for Molly Miller, mother of two boys and a fierce defender apprentice quality river neighborhood, it's become an obsession. So now I drive through the neighborhood. And I actually do look for the orange cap in the big white cops last month. Miller found fifty needles on the ground near her house. I was pretty upset and I picked him up, and I put a little post on our neighborhood watch group a few days later, another pile showed up then another end another yesterday I woke up, and I was leaving my house and seven o'clock this morning, and there were six piles, and I have picked up over three hundred unused needles since the twenty fourth of January Miller who studying for a medical career. Says what's left everyone? Confused is the needles appear to be unused. There's no residue on the needles. There's nothing probably didn't either. No. Or Thurston county sheriff's Lieutenant Tim Rudloff is also stumped angle of the unused needles. That is a little bit surprising to me because I don't know why that would be he says deputies are also helping pick up the needles as well we had picked up the first batch because it was a smaller batch like ten or below. And then they started coming in numbers of like fifty or more. When they're sharps containers were full deputies called a private contractor out to help. We ended up. We're weeks to get the billing, and it might be upwards of two hundred bucks. After hearing at least one child in the neighborhood is picked up one of these needles. Miller has a plea for the people doing this. Stop stop. There's not like proving a point that you can piss everybody off in the neighborhood and Thurston county. You can make all the cops mad. But really what does the ultimate goal? The sheriff's office says they've stepped up patrols in the neighborhood. They also asked county road crews to be on the lookout for needles. Jennifer sullivan. Komo news. Well, it's all cleaned up now but Thursday. Day night was a big mess on bells beach wrote on would be island this after a landslide swept down mud. Rocks and trees just feet from beachfront homes crew spent Friday cleaning it up a pile of debris that Robbo tasha who lives right next to door the next to where it came down says he thought he'd never see. We always thought that these trees.

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Bartlett police arrest suspect in deadly New Year's Eve double shooting

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Bartlett police arrest suspect in deadly New Year's Eve double shooting

"Director at least five police. Officers have been placed now on administrative leave following a deadly police shooting on New Year's Eve. Komo's Jennifer Sullivan reports. Follow tow was shot and killed by Seattle. Police just offer avenue north on New Year's Eve the shooting quickly grabbed the attention of Seattle's community police commission, the American Civil Liberties union and others. They want the city council mayor and city attorney to make SPD's follow. What's now required by a new state law nine forty is in effect any incidents involving police. Use of deadly force are now subject to this new rule last fall voters passed initiative, I nine forty requiring increased training and an independent investigation into officers. Use of deadly force. It also changed the language in state law making it easier for officers to be charged with

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"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"And you come forecast fog tomorrow morning that should be a non-issue by ten o'clock show. And then we're going to have sunshine and a high around forty nine degrees right now in Seattle. We have forty seven degrees. Komo news time six twenty five. You can see them all over Seattle. But our totem poles native carvings and other works at Dorning public spaces culturally insensitive. Komo's Jennifer Sullivan says it's a conversation being taken up at the Seattle city council to tribes towering carvings as well. As other key pieces of local art, don't represent Seattle's history. Imagine people who have been here for time immemorial in which the only thing that shows that we're here is that fake chief Seattle thing over there. Seattle city council member Deborah Juarez and her colleagues want the city to take a closer look at all art in city parks and properties. Whether it is a totem pole around the city. That has been here. Sometimes for over one hundred years that may have passed not only useful life, but may have now moved into what is politically offensive to many. If pieces are deemed insensitive, they could be removed permanently answering these questions to these communities about what is historical. What is cultural? What gets Bill would could save Juarez a member of the black feet nations. Started talking about this plan back in August. When her colleagues were rallying to save the show box. People have been delivered in a racing us and making us invisible. Colleen echo hawk with chief Seattle club says a conversation about public art is long overdue. I think the city is ready to talk about this. This is the time for us to have this community conversations discuss what does it mean to have equity in our public spaces, Jennifer Sullivan. Komo news. Komo news time six twenty seven Gadhafi with us on this Wednesday afternoon Wednesday evening with the Democrats back in control of the house, come January and Jeff Sessions out as attorney general many lawmakers are calling for special counsel Robert Muller to be protected. ABC news senior congressional correspondent, Mary Bruce has more Republican leaders appear top Republicans for months have said that they don't need to take action here to protect Robert Muller because essentially the president, you know, wouldn't be so dumb as to as to take some kind of action to impede investigation. Democrats. Of course, have not shared that sentiment. And now, you feel Democrats are getting very nervous, and they want to take some kind of action. I would not be surprised if in a couple of months when they actually are in power here in the house that that you would see Democrats take some steps to try and formerly protected the special counsel. And that is ABC's Mary, Bruce and Republicans are maintaining control of the US Senate but after yesterday's election. Democrats have Democrats have taken control of the house. ABC political analyst Steve Roberts says because of that the near future for the Trump administration will be painful, he says Democrats have to be careful after use that power modestly and reasonably or else it could blow up in their face. And they certainly don't have any grounds for starting impeachment hearings at this point. Roberts expects a number of issues to come up in short order, including the Trump family finances and the president's tax returns Canada is officially apologizing to Jewish refugees who were rejected entry during the nineteen thirties in the house of Commons. Prime minister Justin Trudeau gave a speech asking for forgiveness for his nation's refusal to grant asylum to fleeing Jewish refugees. Komo news time six twenty eight with twenty five percent off.

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"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"Marijuana's to spend millions to help stop the violence. Komo's Jennifer Sullivan says today she met with business owners who are worried about what's happening in their community. It's unfortunately, you know, something that I've gotten used to and like I said most of the time most of the time I've been doors. It was a Friday afternoon school had just let out in the central district neighborhood when Amy Bradford Kurt the gunfire. I heard rapid shots like ten or twelve shots very quickly. And I knew that they were very close redbirds neighbor Marshall Bennett was shot. He later died at Harborview eleven days have passed and Seattle police are still trying to make an arrest. In the meantime, they're extra patrols in the central district after a recent uptick in gun violence or put in addition. Officers out on the street of beyond what we normally do because we don't want tap again on Monday King county sheriff Mitzi Joe, heck, Nick said there resurrecting their regional gang unit. The move comes after a beer in office manager was killed after deputies say a hail of gang related gunfire blasted outside her office window Seattle. Police chief Carmen best reached out to Joe hick, Nick offering help in response to increased gun violence and police in the central district representatives from the black lives matter movement and local clergy members met with mayor Jenny durken. I share the concerns eat her six billion dollar two year budget announced Monday, Dirk wants to see seven million dollars spent on youth violence initiatives, she wants to get to kids most at risk before. Trouble happens with everything from art to work to all those community based programs that make a difference. Jennifer sullivan. Komo news. Authorities have identified a thirty six year old man who was shot and killed by a deputy at oak harbor Sunday night multi-agency. Response team. Spokeswoman Heather axeman says a thirty three year old island county sheriff's deputy shod Richard Joseph Jackson after he didn't follow police commands. The deputies name has not been released at Bellingham man, convicted of his nineteenth felony will get a new trial after the state supreme court found that a lower court improperly dismissed juror during his last trial. Komo's sewer narrow has more six-year-old Adrian Sassoon van L Slough was convicted in two thousand fourteen of nine felonies after leading police on a high-speed car chase in Bellingham the latest of his nineteen felony convictions. But an appeal to the state supreme court found that a juror in his two thousand fourteen trial had been improperly dismissed by a Watkin county. Superior Court Judge after the judge learned that the juror new a witness in the case who happened to be a member of the lemme nation and the juror herself was also a member prosecutors sought her dismissal because quote, if jurors believed the witness then the case goes nowhere. The juror was dismissed and that dismissal was deemed improper by the. High court and a new trial was ordered see Romero. Komo news plans to gut and replace keyarena are now law after Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan's signed the Bill and lease agreements with oak view group, CEO, Tim Leiweke. My Wiki says the seven hundred million dollar project will put a one point four billion dollars into the regional economy. So we couldn't be more proud that we found a partnership where we put the burden on the private sector. And then we have the kind of economic impact that's going to be created for the city of Seattle. The agreement signed today say work can't begin until the National Hockey League. Grant Seattle a franchise which isn't expected to happen for the NHL board of governors meeting in December plans to allow states to use federal money to buy guns and train teachers to carry them in school has our states senior US Senator taking the education secretary to task more from komo's Ryan Harris. Democrat Senator Patty Murray ranking member on the education committee says students parents teachers and even your colleagues in congress have called for more to address. On violence to keep school safer and Murray says education secretary Betsy DeVos decision to allow states to purchase guns and pay for teacher training to use them flies in the face of that outcry secretary devices claiming that congress did not give her the authority to stop this. But Republicans and Democrats in congress are telling her the opposite. She absolutely does President Donald Trump has long advocated for teachers to be armed as a way to minimize school shootings bolstered by Republican governors. John casick of Ohio and Greg Abbott of Texas who says in his state some schools put signs in front warning. Anyone of what they'll face if they try to attack those schools, Ryan Harris, KOMO news. Komo news time nine forty. It's bottom of the seventh at Safeco field. Right now, the Oakland A's eight Mariners five at the sports desk. Here's Tom Glasgow. Former Russell Wilson backup. Austin Davis has signed with the Tennessee titans. Titans. Dealing with injury issues with starter. Marcus, smart, Yoda and backup Blaine gabbert. Who is in concussion protocol? Minnesota. Vikings defensive end Everson. Griffen remains away from the team indefinitely because of mental health trouble boiled over this past week hall of fame shortstop Barry Larkin is not a candidate to become the Cincinnati Reds manager president of baseball operations. Dick Williams says Mark prefers to remain in his current role of helping develop minor leaguers interim manager Jim Riggleman a former manager with the Mariners and former Boston manager..

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Komo, Patrick Quinn and Mary discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

Komo, Patrick Quinn and Mary discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Last night. Pearl Jam hit the stage for the first of its to sold out home shows it's the band's first concerts in their hometowns since two thousand thirteen komo's Patrick Quinn has more after standing in line for hours even. Days for some fame slowly started trickling in to see Pearl Jam rattle the. Walls Safeco field, is really excited Bush. Should we have been able to camp out. Like some of the other. People will be farther back over super happy to be here I counter for. The home crowd and the homeless for down the road. In Burien Step inside the brand new Mary's place emergency shelter with two, hundred nineteen six and this is that those home shows can do literally bring more people Hong bring them out. Of their cars out of those tents up off the. Sidewalk and give them a safe place to be and get them into their forever going. To concert organizers Mary's place. Is one of the thirty to forty non benefiting from the concert

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"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"This is twenty. Four seven news, on KOMO, news I'm Michael Preston a. Brother his mother and his brothers fiancee all charged in the murder of a teen appear in court with the father of the teen also in court in inch to. Stare down the accused komo's Jennifer. Sullivan has more, sixteen-year-old Benito, Martinez his brother's. Fiancee Emma Brown and his mother Kendra rose Adamson charged with playing a role in the murder, of the sixteen year. Old boy just a month ago Ben Eastman grew, up in the town, of Randall a Miami Dolphins. Fan a brother, and a son but last month prosecutors say he was lured by. His friends on a camping, trip she was never seen again Eastman's father has one word. To, describe the, four facing, charges cowards Know Another probably safer or they're at Jonathan Adamson and his brother Benito Marquez were charged with multiple, counts including first, degree murder and. Rape the men that allegedly buried Eastman's body on their family property prosecutors say they later moved the remains Marquez appeared in court for a Raymond on the four, counts his brother pleaded not guilty last week Marquez to the information charging you with murder in the first, degree what is your plea Adamson's fiancee Emma Brown also appeared for arraignment on. Rendering criminal assistance she also, pleaded not guilty let's komo's Jennifer Sullivan Marquez and Adamson's mother also pleaded not guilty to charges, of rendering criminal, assistance the elderly. Couple who helped their two sons run from the law after the two thousand sixteen murders of an also couple pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of obstruction of, a police officer eighty-three-year-old CLYDE Reed and his seventy eight year old wife Fay gave. Their please just county, judge need a ferris John Reid was sentenced. To life, for the murders of Patrick Shannon Monique Pat node his. Brother Tony admitted to helping. Him and took, a fourteen month plea deal their parents face up to a year in jail in. Two years of probation task force taking a closer look at a. Number of recent wildfires in Mason county has exchanged notes for the first time as firefighters braced for rising temperatures this weekend after a few days of clouds and some drizzle even though we get a little bit. Of moisture here today It's not. Helping and so yeah it's very concerning to us and we're not even August yet investigators. Aren't saying how many fires they believe are suspicious but are asking, anyone who sees, anything that isn't right to give them a call a brush fire burning in..

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"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"In pioneer square begging for some relief komo's jennifer sullivan says after months of work the streetcar projects being held up and people in the neighborhood are very frustrated businesses are closing this bookstore owner says if it wasn't for online sales he'd be gone as well basically every few days i find out that another business is going to be leaving bevis neighbors the 'cause they point directly outside their doors there's no parking the heavy machinery is constantly running in the dirt and dust is intolerable it all started with plans for the city streetcar line but after seeing how much that might actually cost mayor jenny durkan's office says it might not actually happen in march the mayor stop the streetcar expansion the move came after an early review found a budget shortfall of nearly twenty five million dollars how did the streetcar project with a cost naked spiral out of control get so far it's something city council has been asking and the city attorney's office is investigating jennifer sullivan komo news after years of planning the twentyeight special olympics usa games kicks off in seattle this weekend here's komo's who romero renner's carrying the special olympics flame of hope for this year's usa games continued the final leg friday morning into seattle center the torch run will end sunday at husky stadium in time for the opening ceremony more than four thousand athletes from all fifty states will compete in more than a dozen team and individual sports around the region emceeing this year's games actor tate digs who also authored two children's books about identity differences inspired by his eight year old son the idea of of a self esteem and anti bullying and this falls right in line so it's it's very exciting death knocks president and ceo of the game says athletes will be arriving in seattle on saturday you know it's been sued and a half years preparation and planning and we are so excited to finally have our athletes and families arriving opening ceremonies are on sunday july first and the games run through friday july sixth c romero komo news sports this time.

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Labor Unions Will Be Smaller After Supreme Court Decision, but Maybe Not Weaker

Jim Bohannon

01:29 min | 3 years ago

Labor Unions Will Be Smaller After Supreme Court Decision, but Maybe Not Weaker

"The town hall in spokane to talk about how state and local resources can work together to improve forest health hundreds of people gathered outside harborview medical center last night to protest yesterday's supreme court decision that public employee unions can no longer require non union members to pay dues komo's jennifer sullivan was there for the hundreds who gathered here the supreme court decision was something ready for this decision has been in the worst for a while we know that there's large wealthy individuals corporations that for a long time have been coming after union what skied her colleagues and king county leaders promised and they're not gonna let his break unions this is a direct attack and how dr unions are funded matter supreme court will go down in history as the worst for human and civil rights the five four ruling finds it public employee unions teachers police officers firefighters and government workers can no longer require non members there's been a disturbing increase in the number of reported pot poisoning children across the state we saw a spike that we didn't say in the other age groups in very young children in the span of a single year the washington poison center received a nearly fifty eight percent increase in people reporting their young child had ingested pot what's unclear is whether more kids are actually getting sick since we became legal for adults or parents feel more comfortable asking for help doctors say.

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Florida Supreme Court Tries To Sort Out Facebook Friends

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:02 min | 3 years ago

Florida Supreme Court Tries To Sort Out Facebook Friends

"The rain will be locally heavy at times chance of seeing some lightning could even see some hail with these rain showers highs will stay mainly in the fifties both saturday and sunday the snow levels will be falling for this time of year as long and right now we have under cloudy skies in downtown seattle sixty one degrees at ten twenty five all state of florida supreme court considering whether judges can be facebook friends with attorneys speaking to the court attorney more you del says miami dade county judge should be removed from a case because she was facebook friends with an opposing lawyer we're not saying judges can't be on facebook just don't be facebook friends with lawyers who peer in front of you it goes back to the word i came up from the beginning which is optics it just doesn't look right you dell as part of a law firm that's a legal battle with a former client wants the judge to go based on the facebook friendship some justices on the florida supreme court seem to agree the judges should know better than to even appear to have a link to a case that they're considering other justices question whether being facebook friends really amounts to being friends there's no word on when the state supreme court in florida will issue a ruling in that case three rapes and a capitol hill park three years ago never connected until now komo's jennifer sullivan with more on why it took so long police say it took into late last year to test the dna pulled from the women who were raped at some point in late two thousand seventeen we were notified that there was a match the reason for the delay in testing police say a backlog dna samples sitting at the washington state patrol crime lab we've known for a while that we had all these kids setting untested representative tina or while has been the force behind more money more staff even a plan to send dna to private labs and why are lab needs all the resources that we can give them that these cases can be brought forward state patrol spokesman kyle moore said quote due to the large volume of dna cases submitted to the lab scientists have to prioritize cases the seattle police department did not indicate any of these cases were a priority or required a rush jennifer sullivan komo news complaints of pouring in after a clip from a.

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"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"To leave seattle komo's jennifer sullivan spoke about that with a ceo of a local plastics company right now so to pay that tax we will not for thirty years jim parks says he's put his employees i a pension and 401k plan he even shortchanged himself during the recession to make payroll but he says things could change if he's ordered to pay tax on employees trump from someplace that would be coming from employee's but has got to come from somewhere park says he's facing a nearly fifty thousand dollars per year hit if the city's employees or head tax passes for days the head taxes made big news a raucous neighborhood meeting and ballard wednesday night and worker shouting down councilmember shamas want during her pro tax rally outside amazon yesterday both the result of amazon telling the city they're suspending construction pending the outcome of the tax book something parks commenced amazon four there was a shot over the bow i think it was well done my personally from what i've seen i've had those same comments made to me by other people it's about time the plan being discussed would only impact companies grossing twenty million or more per year to raise an estimated seventy five million dollars annually which would pay for housing and services for the homeless amazon the city's largest employer would pay nearly thirty million per year the tax proposal faces its first major hurdle at city hall next week with a hearing in committee.

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"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"On the fours here's jay phillips on the marysville we've been dealing with a collision on southbound i five at eighty eighth street northeast is collision blocks two left lanes viruses and state patrol on the scene and it looks like they are clearing now as we speak in tacoma northbound i five approaching fifty six seclusion has been cleared to the right shoulder now and you're an expert at nine forty four jay phillips komo news steve pool with a forecast everybody i expect our overnight low temperatures to be somewhere in the low forties so it's still going to lean a little bit on the cool side if you have to get out and about for some reason we're talking about fifty one or so for high temperature tomorrow and the common theme will be out the rain will still be in the neighborhood we could get a break over the next several days after tomorrow but for now it's more of the same chance of rain and highs right around fifty in the komo weather center i'm steve pool right now forty five degrees more than ten million dollars a year that's how much the seattle police department spends on officers staffing protests and big events become of jennifer sullivan asks are taxpayers paying too much seafarer worth of july some running events in divorce may day and other protests and there seems to be something going on around downtown something that requires seattle police to beef up their staffing focus is to make sure that we keep people safe that we keep property secure that we keep traffic slowing the seattle city council heard about the police department staffing blues from the city auditor's office according to the city spd's spent my point four million dollars in overtime wages in two thousand ten in two thousand sixteen these spent ten point three million there were only one hundred and fifty more events in two thousand sixteen role as the public safety entity for the city is to make sure that that they're carried out safely according to the city in two thousand sixteen a good portion of these events were what's called free speech protests like the annual may day marches fruit tests against the new youth jail and demonstrations is not something the city gets reimbursed for unlike bumper shooter other sporting events which is why the city council and.

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"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"Steve pool with a forecast otherwise it's not too bad i mean we do have some rain showers out there kind of lingering a little bit especially for you folks up there in northern reaches say from all the way up to the board who got a little bit of a convergence ongoing for you folks overnight low temperatures not too bad that'll be somewhere around the upper thirty s and highs tomorrow should be around fifty degrees or so maybe a little above a little below depending on where you live but the overall picture is not too bad we are still going to see some showers around but i think we'll see a few pigs at the son and of course some clouds as well looking farther out to the easter weekend it doesn't look too bad either so yeah keep your fingers crossed week may be dry for all of our easter egg hunts in the komo weather center i'm steve pool this hour fifty degrees appears county delivery driver mauled by a pack of pit bulls last fall is devastated kevin back watts the owners of the four dogs held accountable but charges won't be filed komo's jennifer sullivan has more of backlands recovery and his court battle is lucky to be alive the fight was on and it wasn't just the fight it was the fight of my life the ups driver was attacked by four snarling and snapping pit bulls last september he remains off work back has tried to remain positive but his lawyer says he was too upset to talk he's angry that pierce county prosecutors are declining to file charges he wants to see these owners held responsible he thinks it was easily preventable that they knew that these dogs were trained to attack people the pierce county prosecutor's office said to file charges they needed to prove the owners knew the dogs were dangerous in a statement they said quote the deputy prosecutor who handled the case said that law enforced couldn't find evidence of a prior incident battling claims he didn't see signs warning of dangerous animals winnie entered the puyallup property once inside the gate he kicked punched in scrambled to higher ground retreat it was ongoing and they all in attack it wasn't.

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"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"Up no matter the crime komo's jennifer sullivan reports from outside the new youth jail more construction crews kept working has people protested for seven hours yesterday jail no arrests no new facility not now not ever for years protesters have demanded that king county stop arresting juveniles no matter the crime the yelled chanted and lay down around the towering new facility under construction we wanna stop this jail from being built and we want no new jail being built here we wanna stop locking up kiss judges prosecutors county and city politicians we've talked to see they've tried to work it out with opponents but there's no wiggle room protesters want kids and adults to stop being incarcerated all that locking folks up in jail does especially us is insurers that they will continue to stay in jail and be involved in the criminal legal system earlier this month coma went inside the current youth jail where it's cold the ceiling leaks and the water is brown and undrinkable the county required by the state to maintain a juvenile jail j wesley saint clair the chief juvenile judge dreams of the day no more kids are incarcerated but he says it's going to take time working with children and families to get them before crimes are actually committed when asked about holding children arrested for murder rape and other violent felonies protesters say there's a ton of other community options to do rather than lockup kids in jail for the number of kids currently in the king county jail has plummeted there are beds for two hundred kids in at the current jail only forty eight or locked up jennifer sullivan komo news law enforcement officers across the state will be keeping a close eye on drivers who may be distracted next month starting april second extra patrols will be out to enforce our states e d u i law in our state people may not hold their cell phones while they're driving or even if they're stopped.

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"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"Time for more than a decade and from what i've always been in the newsroom is that there's always a separation between news in editorial editorial content runs in one place news is separated from that but you thought today on the front page a news story next to an editorial just about how regis this bill really it what is governor jay inslee saying about this matter all of this has been governor inslee is hands the from what we understand from his office he says there really isn't much he can do that he doesn't have veto power on the folks that we talk you'd say the governor surely can veto this if he beat those this it goes back to the legislature and they can vote on it again the interesting thing is is that everyone i'm talking who today thinks that the legislature won't just take a cursory glance at pass this through a gap they'll take a look at this really really closely as it today the governor stone lines are pretty much shut down the last report i heard it there is a seventy five minute old time because they are being inundated by people calling to complain about this piece of legislation as of one o'clock the governor's office had received thirty one hundred email more than twenty three hundred alone today as of eleven a m they received about 1100 phone call and the last check i heard of that 1100 phone calls only about seven were in support of the legislation i would think that the governor was going to take a pretty close look i'm told he has to make a decision by midnight thursday komo's jennifer sullivan look forward to your report on komo news thank you so much jennifer thank you divorce lawyers from and let's talk simla baseball tim led skimmed the former husky great who of course had a tremendous career with the san francisco giants couple of seiyung awards is in negotiations reportedly with the texas rangers on a oneyear deals about a week and a half ago down they i can't area that tim held a workout for a bigleague clubs didn't pitch at all last season in the majors had been a trying to rehab a hip situation may be close to get it done with taxes the ems were one of the teams the winter that work out to a check in non lynch gums progress to ballgames today for the mariners down in.

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KOMO

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"The streets people using commercially billboard pardon roses kabuga driver these proposals are still in their early stages you can bet they'll be lots more council discussion before anything actually happen in seattle jennifer sullivan komo news komo news time five forty four komo aaa traffic in retirement well we have reports of a disabled vehicle into kuala now southbound i5 just past 405 the center lane is blocked snow have stopandgo traffic from highway five ninety nine it's in that right centre lane so really making things tough as you try to head through the south center area southbound 509 is struggling through the highline neighborhood down to one thirty six because of a crash reported there we have slow downs south on i 5 from highway 18 through the 5 curve's still really struggling both directions of i five through tacoma between the and highway 16 sixty westbound as you leave i 5 were really jammed up all the way past south 19th it looks like a couple of crashes along the way south on i5 of slow go from bridge i'll weigh down as you head past the jblm main gate northbound is stop and go traffic out of you pont up to the jblm main gate as well you're going gonna find a rough getting in through lacey southbound i5 after you leave nece swahli from some earlier problems getting through bellevue is solid in downtown bellevue from northeast 8th through new castle we're still seeing brake lights southbound i 5 from northgate through seattle northbound is heavy through mountlake terrace to lynnwood next look at traffic at 554 marina rockinger komo news we got increasing clouds this evening tomorrow a thirty percent chance of showers early in the morning.

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KOMO

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"Forty four i'm dustin richie on komo news steve pool has the forecast everybody well it's pretty out there tonight we had a nice looking sunset and yes it screw going to be cold again regret overnight low temperatures down on a 20 and that might even be the case in seattle so this is says something where he really really want to bundle up when your head out the door tomorrow it does look like with screwy mostly sunny but it's still going to be on the cold side temperatures for the highest tomorrow will only be in the low 40s in the komo weather center i'm steve pool forty degrees in seattle and doors have been kicked in families held hostage in elderly victims beaten investigators say home invasion robbers are targeting south seattle and skyway they need your help finding the suspects combos jennifer sullivan as more of the surge in crime you can hear the screams of tara elderly woman ran for safety after a group of men forced their way into her house in october the men ransacked her skyway home the woman was later pistolwhipped this wasn't the first time she was robbed she installed cameras after her house was burglarized earlier this year the sheriff's office tells us they're close to making an arrest something they hope will help seattle police who are investigating a string of similar robberies and attacks we've been working closely with seattle pd they've had a number of similar home invasion robberies and we believe that our home invasion robberies connected to at least one of theirs s pds violent crimes captain diego let says there have been six home invasion robberies in south seattle since october three of them in just the last week alone multiple suspects kicking indoors of residents that are occupied and then committing basically robberies within those residents and just like in the sky way robbery many victims are elderly some are unable to speak english they'd been threatened with guns even a knife and had 'electronic cash and jewellery stolen on sunday a group of men forced their way into a home coupled jumped out the windows when the police arrived and the family barricaded themselves in the room while this was going on several people were arrested as a very brazen crime and.

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KOMO

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"On the home of the huskies komo news komo news time one forty one demolition work at hanford has been put on hold following a spread of radioactive contamination the try city herald reports some workers and portable offices at the hanford nuclear reservations plutonium finishing plant which are well away from the plants demolition zone were told to stay in their office trailers yesterday intel areas nearby were surveyed for radioactive contamination workers were being released from the offices as radiation surveys determined there was a clean round for them to get out of the administrative area without tracking and spreading contamination that might be on the ground officials say the contamination some of which was found on workers cars and pickups baby from the final demolition work on friday on the plants most contaminated area frank lenzi komo news a kits have county law enforcement task forces investigating a late night gun battle that left to bremerton police officers hurt in a man dead colors jennifer sullivan spoke with police in has more on the wounded officers and the investigation with to the hospital for gunshot wounds his family and colleagues by his side officer can't mayfield couldn't help but worry about the man who had just shot him the night of the shooting he was visibly upset that the suspect died he had great compassion for someone that had just tried to kill it keeps at county coroner identified the suspect has fifty two year old willy mcchord from bremerton i know that officer mayfield had had contact with him and it tried to help him get into a shelter and things previously and had really been instrumental in helping him in a statement mayfield family called him their hero quote if there's anything dad wishes might come from all of this it is simply that you will hug your own loved ones just a little bit longer and tell them how much they mean to you mayfield an officer alan makombe is found the man park near his ex his house early sunday which violated the terms of the protection order negotiation with wide open until.

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01:28 min | 3 years ago

We May Never Know the Truth Behind Tommy Wiseau and 'The Room'

"Kelso washington about an hour and a half away from there and there was cards all over i 5 and and it was a disaster and it just scares me i know that there had been talk about positive train control i know you mentioned earlier and i don't know if positive train control was in effect in this particular spot and

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"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"Auburn area our next report at eight forty four i'm john nelson komo news man thoenes on as the weather mostly cloudy skies dare temperatures they're going to be in the upper 40s to lower 50s there is a chance of a shower times as you make your way through the next couple of days mostly cloudy again tomorrow showers a bit heavier on sunday can temperatures once again in the low 50s monday and tuesday you guest it mostly cloudy shower even heavy rain at times on monday was and gusty winds in the komo weather center i'm theron zahn couple news at the moment looks like cloudy skies and about forty three degrees here in downtown seattle komo news time is f thirty five a man jumped to help after his friend is set on fire that man now making of plead to help find the man who hurt his friend and that friend who was burned is still in the hospital the horrific crime happened tuesday night at ballard income was jennifer sullivan as more sand why please and he was saying please kill me could say i am more in his friend had just returned to ballard tuesday night when a man they knew is chris walked up carrying the next few nonstop and morris mine aegis said k through gas on them and let them on fire flames engulfed the victim a thirty nine year old who has not been formally identified by authorities more says he tried to smother the man to put out the flames lear rolling around in the street build on fire for minute betsy rogers in her husband matt hagan were walking out of the liquor store across leery way when they heard some commotion followed up with.

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"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"And you hear the sounds and the cells and really get near your feet a foot fetish and realizing that every photo of you as you grew up in they're all gone his parents left the house in a hurry is flames came racing through want able to grab much and now with so many people still missing the sheriff here worries more bodies will be found in the remains of these homes alex stone abc news santa rosa california president trump says the federal government is setting a million dollars to las vegas el pais law enforcement costs related to less weeks mass killings mr trump tweeted wednesday that the grand will have pay for the overtime log by law enforcement officers after the gunman killed fifty eight people and injured hundreds more thaad it abc news stay connected stay informed this is komo news this is twenty four seven news on komo news a michael preston just days ever seattle police opened fire on a car full of people there are now three separate investigations into the officer's actions that includes a criminal investigation as police try and determine if the officers used excessive force the off are now on administrative leave jennifer sullivan has more on the investigation than talk to neighbours still rattled by gunfire when the jealous shimaa heard the gunfire outside her window she fell to the floor i only heard about six or seven shots because after that i kind of like didn't want to hearing why i think multi has established named police were called to this eastlake alley sunday night after neighbors say they reported someone was smoking drugs and loading a gun inside a subaru in footage released by the department officers can be seen yelling at the car before it lurched toward them bullets followed sounded like a lot of shots and then to have a second volley with the same seeming amount of shots it was it was kind of fat exciting spd identify.

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"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"jennifer sullivan" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo news one thousand fm eighty seven seven and komonewscomfire jeremy grater is at the editor's desk it's good to have you with us as las vegas police rushed to help victims and track the gunman law enforcement here in washington rushed into action as well police say each mass shooting as a reminder of the importance of training and preparedness komos jennifer sullivan spoke with police officers and emergency see responders and has more from olympia as the chaos in folded well into the night many police and emergency management workers here stopped in their tracks this is being 27 shooting needs and genuinely think about these types of instance and if something were to happen here what am i going to do what is my response from the state patrol to police two emergency management training for mass shootings has become second nature we take each incident by itself we do an after action plan on our responses as well as what it actually happened and that we train and adapt our responses in seattle s you and cathay racer in the you district where the site of recent mass shootings while trainings are routine for police last year in officer even held an active shooter course for community members just last year cascade mall in burlington was the site of one of the state's worst mass shootings a man opened fire inside a department store killing four in fatally wounding a fifth person the best thing that we can do to prepare ourselves for these same is to not take cases for granted with nearly one measuring every day in the us police say everyone not just first responders need to have a plan we always say to make sure that you know you're pulling serve egress whether you're in a restaurant or if you're at a park or any placing need to know where you can go if something's and bad happens it can only be expected that just like the cascade mall response the reaction to first responders and emergency managers in las vegas will be carefully reviewed by agencies across the nation in the coming weeks and months we train for as much as you can think of but an emergency management never unfolds the way you would think of is going through in olympia jennifer sullivan komo news the recordings of police scanners in vegas last night or simply stunning here's what it sounded like as police searched for the.

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