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KOMO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

"Center's can help with over fifteen Washington locations. Call one eight hundred info fix for one near you. Fix auto the first words I should come to mind after an accident your next KOMO traffic at one fifty four. Komo forecast is very sunny for the weekend and not too hot. Either mid seventies for Saturday and Sunday as well as probably Monday and Tuesday of next week, we'll have a little bit of sunshine. Staying with us for this afternoon before a little bit of cloud. Cover comes in tonight. Staying with us tomorrow morning before it burns off by about lunchtime or so, on Saturday, very similar to what we saw today if not just a little bit warmer right now in Seattle, it, sixty eight degrees and mostly clear at KOMO news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle's only twenty four hour news station, KOMO news, one thousand FM ninety seven seven. Jeremy grater is our editor this afternoon. I'm Taylor van Cise headlines following today. Police are still working to determine a motive in the shooting of baseball star David Ortiz to people in prison. In the Dominican Republic have been questioned in connection with the shooting last Sunday. At least a dozen have been implicated. Authorities are looking into whether or not the attack on Ortiz was plotted perhaps in jail and tesla CEO Elon Musk announcing at the three video game expo in Los Angeles that the electric luxury cars will soon be getting video games that use the car steering wheel and pedals as controllers eight didn't say, win those games would be available tests. The previously announced that the popular running gun. Video game Cup head would be added all three games under consideration should be available for test the models with an over the air software update. Musk emphasizing the cars have to be in park in order to play those games on the in car systems the.

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02:42 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

"Jaffe. I'm Rick van Cise in our editors. Jeremy grater eleven victims are dead, along with a suspect in a shooting at a municipal center in Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach police chief says the shooter was a long-time public utilities employees, the rest now in this morning, stabbing death of a man in Kirkland's Kingsgate neighborhood. That also left a woman severely wounded police arrested the man in Redmond. Oh, the. Y. L C O does. What a finish. Eight young spellers are celebrating a remarkable eight way tie in the scripts national spelling bee, I was very happy. When I realized, yes, there was a chance that we couldn't be octa champs. The competitors were so good. Dr Jacques Bailly told them the judges were at a loss for words throwing the dictionary, you and so far, you are showing this dictionary, who is boss. ABC's Ryan burrow, joins us on the KOMO Newsline with more on this unprecedented ending to last night's competition never before in ninety four years Ryan called the Octo chance. They've been called the elite eight three and a half hours in that final round. They hit every single word those eight. They went through twenty rounds in total forty seven words, five consecutive perfect round, we've had co champions before from two thousand fourteen to twenty sixteen in fact, but never going to be to see how scripts spelling bee forward with this, because while it is interesting and exciting. And obviously we're talking about this amazing feat today. I don't know if it's something they've got an appetite for down the road. There may be some tweaks there may be some movement. There may be some changes to prevent something like this from happening because either the kids are getting really, really smart. Be there studying a little bit better or C E competition level. Just is not there, and they need to make things a little more. Challenging think about that. They ran out of words. Look, there are thousands, the hundreds of thousands millions of words out there, but they felt like they had already gone through all of the challenge where that they needed to barring going to words like cat and ball. It just wasn't worth it for that. Why they that's why they ended it. And this caused them a lot more money than they thought it would. Yeah, but that fifty thousand dollars per student, they're all going to get trophies. They're all going to get those fifty thousand dollars. It's wonderful to think about. But you have to think that they were not expecting to write a check they were hoping maybe just one or two. Now, some of the kids said that they were going to save it for college. And this is what one winner said. It's the culmination of months and even.

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"jeremy grater" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy grater" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"He's got a check one of them. And that means a ton of ball screens. You got a guard. These guys out the twenty feet. So you're getting hit with screens that out on the floor. You're chasing all over the place because they also move without the ball. They come out to transition. I just think. All the energy that he has to use t -fensive -ly new series is going to affect his officiency on the other end of the floor that what can help Russell Westbrook guys making some three point shots for him. I mean, it's been laughable how poorly they shot the ball from three point line. When you look at guys like, Jeremy grater, Terrence Ferguson, they're getting a lot of minutes in this series, and collectively they just have not been able to put their stamp on it to take some of the pressure off of Paul George. Russell Westbrook on that end of the floor. But for me, this is gonna come down to a film session and practice session when they get back to okay, see to figure out how they're going to do a better job containing Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum on these ball screens because they can -pletely control this game for forty eight minutes thunder owned the blazers in the regular season winning all four, but they are now heading home down to coach Billy Donovan Gallo. Dot com column. Lewis scored on in isolation quite a bit off the dribble. What's your segment of whether they're making great plays? Yeah. Was was was well defended. And you know, what makes those guys challenging is shoot three's with range, and they can play off the dribble. And they're really good off the dribble gets speech. You've got obviously get up on them, which creates more space. But I didn't think that they really totally hurt us in a lot of pick and rolls as much as to your point. I thought we really had a hard time containing them on the dribble. Just in in space all season long. You guys have had these struggles shooting. You have stretches and often you've talked about whether you stick with the plan or kind of deviate. What's the key? They're sticking with the why is it that some nights you guys can do that. And some nights you sort of euro in terms of like, what do you mean? In terms of the bulb, you know, again, I think that you know, like anything else guys have got a lot of confidence and belief in themselves individually. I think there's a reason all these guys up here at this level is because of that you want guys playing confidently you guys playing aggressively. But you know, we've got understand times at times, you know, a good shot. Versus a great shot and trying to find that great shut inch fine line. Because I thought there was a couple of opportunities where guys had shots that. I wouldn't I wouldn't say it was a bad shot. But there may have been one more pass that would have made it a great shot. Thunder to hold a series shifts to Oklahoma City for game three on Friday. Nothing like finding yourself in ten nothing whole and not basketball. That's where it gets bad. It's next. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio. I would bet more money that Golden State wins the next game by thirty than I would they lose the.

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"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

"Redmond crushes partially blocking the fortieth street ramp to westbound five twenty are next. Komo traffic at six fifty four. Komo forecast is a wet one for really their remainder of this weekend. Maybe it did beyond sorry about that. But here's the deal. Seventy percent. Chance of showers tonight in Seattle, primarily after eleven sixty percent chance of showers tomorrow with some gusty conditions Friday. We're going to get a good amount of rain. It's just going to be cloudy. It's going to be really April the NCAA ATL right now, we have sixty five degrees downtown. Komo news time six forty five. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle's only twenty four hour news station. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven with a waste Jaffe. I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater at the editor's desk because we take a look at some of the day's top stories. Terrifying. Explosion at a chemical plant in Crosby, Texas outside Houston. Authorities say at least one person is dead. The explosion leading to shaking homes multiple schools on lockdown. Here's one worker. They told us to get out the plan. There was a leak, and we were evacuating in blue hill and had to crawl underneath the fence to get out. The EPA is monitoring the air quality. This comes just days after a fire at a different facility nearby burned on and off offer days since March seventeenth more than fifty trumpeter swans have been found dead or dying south of Monroe and into north King County. The daily herald reports more than two dozen of the dead came from crescent lake near the snoqaulmie river, a major night roost for. Swans this time of year here come the bra. Here comes the bride, but turns out a lot of guests aren't necessarily showing up to see the bride or the groom. That's according to a new study, which shows yearly one in five Americans have turned down a wedding invitation because they can't afford to go bankrupt dot com. Analysts Kellyanne Smith's book about this most Tom hutler. So about twenty percent say they can't afford to go to the wedding. And Furthermore, if they don't go, according to your study that's having a negative impact oftentimes on the relationship with the bride and groom that's pretty amazing. It's definitely surprising. And I think that this survey is so important because we always talk about how expensive weddings are for couples. But we never talk about how expensive they are for the guests. But what was also interesting about the surveys? We also interviewed some experts we had about nine wedding and etiquette experts. And they actually said that it's completely acceptable to turn down a wedding invite especially if it's because of financial reasons, and they said that in order to maintain that relationship. It's all. In how you decline that invite. So definitely pick up the phone don't just text them. And let them know as soon as you know, that you won't.

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"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

"Little Lisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk with us as we take a look at some of the day's top stories the road rage suspect to kill the sheriff's deputy wounded a police officer and died in a central Washington state shootout this week was living in our country illegally. The federal government said today, US, immigration and customs enforcement said Juan Manuel Flores del Toro was a citizen of Mexico who entered the US in two thousand fourteen at Laredo, Texas on a temporary agricultural work worker. Visa the agency had no record of him leaving or an extended visa after it expired. Israel's prime minister is praised the president's recognition of its control over the Golan Heights as a holiday miracle. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Trump's declaration is of equal historical importance to his recognition of Jerusalem is Israel's capital and his withdrawal from the international nuclear deal with Iran. It's three. Seventeen. Well, if you thought the issue of the president attacking the late Senator John McCain was yesterday's news. Guess again Twitter has exploded with the topic in the battle lines have been drawn those criticizing the president those supporting him. This was President Trump in Ohio yesterday. I've never liked him. Much hasn't been for me. I've really probably never will. I endorsed him at his request. I gave them the kind of funeral. He wanted which has president. I had to approve. I don't care about this. I didn't get thank you. That's okay. With more on this..

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"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

"Jeremy grater at the editor's desk is we take a look at some of the day's top stories that Pentagon's inspector general says it will investigate a watchdog groups allegations that acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan is used his office to promote his former employer. Boeing and the decision by European candidate to break with US air safety regulators over the safety of the Boeing seven thirty-seven max is likely to delay the resumption of flights after the two deadly crashes. Let people see that's up to the attorney general. We have a very good attorney general very highly respected. And we'll see what happens and President Trump. That's him telling reporters today that the public should see the Miller report when it's completed but that reference to AG William bar, a provide some possible cover ABC's Andy Field is covering this from Washington and joins us on the KOMO Newsline. Andy, what can you tell us about today's developments? Well, you said it right there. The attorney general is really the person who's gonna decide what if anything the US congress or Americans get see from this report. You have to remember Robert Muller has done virtually all his talking in court documents anything we've learned about the Muller investigation has come out in court. Filings in arguments in court against Manafort and others one clue here, and we keep hearing that the mole report is going to drop anytime soon here, but a big clue that we just received. Today is Rick gates who was Paul manafort's partner in his also pled guilty and is awaiting his sentence. He's been cooperating, and he mentioned to a congressional committee that he would not be able to testify in public because he is still cooperating in this Robert Muller Perot. And then it could last a couple of more months. So anyone who's talking about this report coming out very soon? Exactly what they're talking about. You andy? I think that's such a good point. I mean, it's been at least a year when people have started speculating that the mullahs report would be completed very soon. And again here we are a year later, and as we know Mr. Muller and his office have very little to say in terms of timeframe, they've said nothing in regards to timeframe on a release. No. And other people have pointed to the fact that some couple of. Prosecutors are now left the team those prosecutors whoever were involved in the metaphor trial. And of course, as we all well know that is over and he has been sentenced to prison. So there are other prosecutors involved in this there are other things that will happen here. And really the bottom line is because the Justice department has a policy of saying, you cannot indicted sitting president that's something that the constitution says that's something that the courts have said, it's just an opinion, and that could be a sticking point as to whether Robert Muller if indeed he has any evidence against the president may want to try to fight in court. And then of course, it would be up to the attorney general who was handpicked by Donald Trump. What are they saying in Washington about the president's reaction to sing? Oh, let's have transparency. Let's have the full release of their mother report is that because they're very optimistic that the findings aren't damaging or is there some kind of spin happening that not to be negative. But. Just wondering. I don't know the answer that question I do know that we have heard quite a few times from the president. These these calls for transparency including about himself. We heard it before he ran for president while he ran for president that of course, he would release his tax returns. Which are now the subject themselves of an investigation on Capitol Hill. And then he said his tax returns are under audit. Will this may be the world's longest audit. Because it's been two years since the president began making that reason for saying he wouldn't release his taxes ABC's Andy Field joining us from Washington. Thank you. Andy. Thanks..

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KOMO

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

"News station, KOMO news. With Elisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater at the editor's desk is we take a look at some of the day's top stories are US Coast Guard Lieutenant is being charged for planning a violent terrorist attack. Prosecutors say Christopher Paul Hassan wanted to attack democratic politicians and journalists even had a list of targets that included. House speaker Nancy Pelosi and several other prominent democratic lawmakers has health officials identified a new case from a measles outbreak here in Washington. State lawmakers held a public hearing today on a Bill that would remove the philosophical exemption for any of the newly dozen required school vaccinations. Stern warning from Russia's president today. President bladder MIR Putin threatened to retaliate with new weapons of its own. If the US puts new missiles in Europe, ABC's, Mark Remillard, joins us on the KOMO Newsline. This seems like a rather tense tone between the global superpowers. It is no question who essentially saying to mixed signals saying on one hand he wants friendlier relationships with the US wants to mend ties. But at the same time criticizing the US for the sanctions that we have been acted against Russia and Russian citizens and their banks. And then as well criticizing the US's withdraw of that landmark, Cold War era treaty that address nuclear intermediate range nuclear weapons and saying that he would be willing to engage in nuclear weapons can control talks. But the US must initiate them. If the US decides to apply any land based missiles in Europe that have been barred under the treaty that he would do the same. And point them directly at the US and point them directly at the host country that agrees to do that then comes out and says this isn't a threat if they create those such threats to us, they need to know what will follow. So they will not later accuse us of being overly aggressive or something else. Right. So that would be part of it exactly that posturing, their the the State Department has dismissed it says sabre-rattling and saying that this is propaganda to really distract from the fact that the US says Russia has been violating that landmark tree. And that's why the US withdrew from it. They said that Russia has been violating this thing for years. They've been developing intermediate range missiles, deploying them to places where they're not supposed to. And that's part of the reason that the US has decided to withdraw Russia. Meanwhile, denies that and says that the US was looking for a reason to get out of the treaty backing up this warning though and worth mentioning is the country did essentially debut or show off or discuss a couple of different weapons systems one and nuclear powered underwater drone that Putin says could be part next to aircraft carriers or. Coastlines without being detected. And then a hypersonic missile that supposedly according to Russia can travel nine times the speed of sound and travel a thousand kilometers. And so you have not only this posturing of don't apply any weapons, but we're also developing in modern modernizing our own military. They sound pretty destabilizing because that doesn't take much time for them then to reach their targets. No, absolutely not. And and and they and they wouldn't and the US has also at the same time though, according to Russia, put them in a similar position to the idea that the US may deploy missiles to Europe could mean that missiles could hit the Russian capital in a matter of minutes to again, this hearkens back to the Cuban missile crisis fifty years ago when the US put missiles in Turkey and Soviet Union at the time responded by putting missiles in Cuba. And so you have a very similar situation here, and this is all part of the concern. When President Trump announced that the US would withdraw from this treaty is are we going to be back in this kind of an arms race in this kind of frosty relationship. But you do have both leaders who have signaled a willingness to work together for the US and Russia to have good relationships. But there's a lot of things that stand in the way. President Putin has not criticize President Trump and did not criticize President Trump directly in his discussion or a speech today, which was the Russian state of the nation and we've heard not very much direct criticism from President Trump towards Putin either. Although there have been actions by both countries on lower levels against each other in terms of sanctions and things like that ABC's, Mark Remillard. Thank you. Mark. Thank.

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04:34 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

"Going to. Remain snowy overnight and some of the foothill areas, they'll be more snowy then rainy this evening as well. Tomorrow. We're gonna have a high around thirty eight degrees. Ninety percent chance of rain by now in Seattle. We do have some snow and thirty three degrees. Komo news time five forty five. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Powered by triple a roadside assistance. With Elisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk. As we take a look at some of the day's top stories. We're getting reports that an agreement has been reached in principle on a border deal to avoid a government shutdown President Trump continuing to push for a wall along the border with Mexico speaking with a group of sheriff's today, the president blamed Democrats for wanting to allow criminals into the US still ahead there Thompson owner satisfaction. But consumer reports no longer recommends Dyson stick vacuums. I'm herb Weisbaum. With why the editors did this last week Democrats in congress unveiled their new green deal calling for an overhaul of the nation's energy sector, says congresswoman Alexandria, a Cossio Cortez. We're here to say that small incremental policy solutions are. Not enough and sense. The green new deal was revealed. The president has said it would eliminate all planes and cows, Salvador Rizzo is a fact checker for the Washington Post. He spoke with komo's Taylor van Cise. What are the key goals of the green new deal as it's currently written? It's a resolution that has been introduced in the house and the Senate it's one of those resolutions that even if it passes it wouldn't have the force of law. So it's just a statement of broad principles. That's an important thing to keep in mind. Legislation would come later key goals. They're pretty sweeping very ambitious. It's a job guarantee for everyone healthcare and higher education for everyone. And then the environmental goals, which are reaching one hundred percent of the power demand through clean renewable and zero emissions. Energy over ten years building out high speed rail and large quantities across the United States. You know, transitioning to what's called the smart power grid refurbishing every single building in the United States to meet heightened energy efficiency standards, and you know, using those standards for all new buildings get built. So it's just it's a it's a mix. It's a wishlist, it's a broad statement of priorities. We don't actually know what it would look like when you know, the details of policy making, you know, come up and Bill starts to be drafted. Now. The president says that it would permanently. Eliminate all planes cars cows oil gas and the military. You're the fact checker if any legislation was created from the green new deal proposal would any of those things happen. Certainly not the military cows airplanes cars, you know, some things are two grand and to society, you know, for lawmakers to be able to get rid of them, even if they wanted to I certainly it's not in the resolution itself right now. So no one is really talking about that there's been some compassion because you know, some supporting materials have been, you know, causing some confusion and have been misinterpreted. But the fact is you know, none of that is is in the offing. There's a good question. What you know? These goals would mean for the oil industry, right because the green new deal calls for, you know, the euro emission all clean renewable energy. And so by extension that does mean getting rid of, you know, sources like oil energy. But we'll see I mean again, it comes down to legislation and this is a net yet not everything in the green new deal as you've mentioned has to do with pollution and energy. Why was medical leave and retirement included in this wishlist? That's the new deal part of the green near deal. Right. I mean. Mix the old new deal and the green new deal precisely the Democrats say this is a two for a lot of things in there. But you know, you can describe it as a twofer in that there's all sorts of economic and social guarantees healthcare higher education and jobs being well, also retirement security, and some other things like medical leave, which you mentioned, and then there's all the environmental priorities that are in there as well. Thanks for setting a straight Salvador Izzo. The fact check from the Washington Post you can read his article online at Washington Post dot com. That's komo's Taylor.

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"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo news. With Elisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk, as we take a look at some of the day's top stories, senior Trump administration officials say the theme of the president's state of the union address will be choosing greatness at the White House. Today officials briefed reporters what topics to expect the president to focus on Trump will highlight illegal immigration at the border and US trade deals with China, Mexico and Canada Virginia governor Ralph Northam is issuing an apology after a picture of him in a racist. Costume was leaked from his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook. Democratic presidential candidates Hooley and Castro and Kamala Harris have called on north them to resign. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she will allow a floor vote on any bipartisan border security proposal crafted by congressional negotiators. However, she also stood by her assertion that there's not going to be any wall money in the legislation. President Trump accused Pelosi of playing games telling reporters if there's no wall, it doesn't work. Komo's Jeff Pohjola spoke with. ABC's? Stephanie Ramos has been covering this story. But it seems like we are just back to square one when we're two weeks away from yet another government shutdown. You're absolutely right. We are so close to that were I just started a month ago. But house speaker Nancy. Finding her ground. See that. Going to be any wall money in any in in the legislation. Hello. The folks involved in in in these negotiations that they should feel free to reach a consensus. Pretty confident, but Democrats will not allow this. Produce an agreement that provide any funding to construct physical barriers along the border. So what's next low? It's kind of unclear whether there will be another. Negotiations. But the president is is also standing his ground. Good. Declare a national emergency to. To build his wall. We'll get to the national emergency part of it in just a moment. But the difference in these negotiations is that it's not congressional leaders and the president trying to reach an agreement. It's a conference committee, isn't it? It is it is a conference committee and. She's gonna let them do their work. They that they know they know their brief they know their limitations in terms of. They have to choose the best way to use the money for the American people says she has confident in this group. Just is basically brushing off beat the president has has put up. Just a day after that conference was hallowed was saying that Republicans on this committee were wasting their time. Have we heard anything from congressional Republicans? I mean. Many Republicans are pushing for physical barriers, Sal, they've kind of gotten away from the word, all and. Having these talks. They're holding Democrats enforcer or touting smarter border security repeatedly pushing technology solution. As opposed to the wall, they want they border security, but nothing fall. But what we're here for congressional? The are continuing to push for physical barriers, and if they don't reach an agreement the government will run out of money on the fifteenth of February is that's when the continuing resolution ends and the president has threatened declaring a national emergency. That's likely to end up in the courts, isn't it possible? It made it also unpredictable. It would be in Mosul makers and Capitol Hill fade eight beat really unfortunate. If we end up in another government shutdown, but it seems as though president set low expectations for the Puerto carpets associations, but he told reporters that. There's a good chance to off to declared that national emergency. And he told reporters to listen closely during the state of the union next week. Digesting that he might address the potential for a national in that speech ABC. Stephanie Ramos speaking with komo's Jeff Pohjola..

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KOMO

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

"Jeremy grater is anti editor's desk is take a look at some of the day's top stories, Texas governor, Greg Abbott is calling for prayers after the shooting of five police officers today in Houston, he called it. A horrific attack said it is a reminder of the service and sacrifice law enforcement makes every day. He's also promised to Houston police department, whatever resources they need. At least one suspect is dead. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says he doesn't expect US consumers to see higher prices at the gas pumps as a result of new sanctions on Venezuela. The Trump administration imposed sanctions today on the state owned oil company of Venezuela. The Justice department is indicting telecom giant China in a briefing today. Acting attorney general Matt Whitaker said while way conspired to steal trade secrets from T mobile. We need more law enforcement cooperation with China. China's should be concerned about criminal activities by Chinese companies in China should take action the indictment also alleges Bank and wire fraud ABC's, Mark Remillard, joins us on the KOMO Newsline from New York and tell us what else they're accused of doing Mark. Yeah. There's two parts of this. Two different in diamonds one out of a grand jury in Seattle in which they say, the department of Justice says that while way was involved in stealing trade secrets from T mobile specifically, they were interested in a robot named capi which is used by t mobile tests, their cell phones, they say that employees of way were involved in taking photos of that robot measurements even stealing parts of the robot. So that they could then replicate that on their own end without obviously having to go through the same kind of research and development. So it saves them time. And so they say that they are allegedly stole that than the other indictments came out of New York and involves the company allegedly going around. US sanctions on Iran by using basically shell companies essentially to continue using American financial systems being able to continue to conduct business in Iran. So these are very serious charges market is the US is seeking extradition of the wall way executive who I believe is currently in Vancouver BC is that part of this story. Yeah. That's the second indictment. So the second diamond names wall way names US affiliate, but it also names a company called sky com which way claims to have sold off. And this was this kind of alleged shell company that they were using to conduct business in Iran with, but it also names the CFO monologue show is her name and she was arrested in Canada in December. She's been released on bail. But now the US is trying to extradite her. And they say that although they have not filed a formal extradition request yet that is due by the thirtieth that they will do that. And they will sink. Seek to bring her to the US and face charges and commerce secretary. We'll barrages accusing China basically of breaking export laws US export laws for years now. Yeah, they say this goes back a long way, they say, so the the issue with T mobile goes back to two thousand twelve to twenty fourteen in which is when they were believing that they were attempting to steal this information about the robot from from T mobile, but then the issue with buzz circumventing allegedly circumventing US sanctions, and and continuing to conduct business and mislead banks all the other things that are charged with that goes back to as early as two thousand seven so they the the US from the commerce secretary Wilbur Ross acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker at the FBI director. They had some very stern words for how they feel that this company has been conducting business not only in what they say has been violation of US law, but just international business practices. They say that they've been violating those for a very long time ABC's Mark Remillard good enough to. Join us from New York, Mark. Thanks so much. Komo news time four twenty. Now. Your propel insurance money.

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03:45 min | 3 years ago

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"Next. Couple of traffic at six fifty four KOMO forecast. Morning fog Saturday and Sunday, then we're going to have some sunshine and that'll carry on through Monday. Although I think we're gonna get rid of that fog portion of the forecast. High temperatures over the next three days around fifty degrees currently in Seattle, forty eight degrees. Komo news time six forty five. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle only twenty four hour news station. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven with Taylor van Cise. I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater at the editor's desk, because we take a look at some of the day's top stories the government officially up and running after a short term budget deal was agreed upon by congress and the president the deal reopens the government for at least three weeks and provides back pay for the federal employees who missed two paychecks. It does not however include any funding for a border wall, which was the president's top priority. The coalition of Latin American governments that joined the US in quickly recognizing one why Doha's Venezuela's interim president came together during weeks of secret diplomacy those involved in the talks, say the effort included whispered messages to activists under constant surveillance and a high risk foreign trip by the opposition leader challenging President Nicolas Maduro for power thirty nine cats were left to die in home. Home in Natchitoches, a tip from a neighbor led to a rescue back in November teams had we're has met suits to get the cats to safety Bassano haven took in those cats and help them along the long road to recovery. And now they're about to be ready to find their forever homes and those cats and their friends are joining us in studio. Stephanie Percival from Sato safe haven is with a Stephanie. How are you? I'm doing. Well, how are you? Do you have some some of your associates here as well? Ladies, thanks for joining us and do I count two cats or three cats? There's a lot of monitors. So tell us more about this program. So personas safe-haven recor regularly response to calls about cats many animals in hoarding situations. And fortunately it happens. More often than one would think, and we have teams that are experienced in able to go in and remove animals from these situations and nurse them back to health. So what what was the biggest need for these cats when they came back? They had pre much any courting rescue. They're going to have respiratory infections. I in factions. There is a lot of dental problems ulcers in their mouth, they had a variety of things. So there were there's a lot of medical care that goes into getting them healthy enough for option. Hoarders cats. Do do. We know details about the psychology of that. I assume these people are not trying to mistreat these animals that they just get in over their heads in in the amount. They bring in is that accurate. It is. They're all different. Oftentimes, people do have good intentions, but they ended up with so many animals. They are definitely become cruelty. Case the conditions that they live in are absolutely horrendous and inhumane when a family member or neighbor notices someone starting to hoard animals, or they suspected what what should they be doing should be calling Passat oser Advil controller what their local animal control K. If cruelty is suspected they can also go to our website episode of safe dot ORG in front of the drop down for cruelty and fill out an form their suspecting cruelty. All right. So when folks want to adopt these cats, and especially if you want to adopt a rather chatty, Cathy. Athena's that catch the cat. You're holding your.

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KOMO

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

"News. With Elisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater at the editor's desk, as we take a look at some of the day's top stories if you're in the car heading to Seattle for tonight's opening night performance of the hit show. Dear Evan Hansen at the paramount theatre. It might wanna turn around the show has been postponed until February first at one o'clock a semi carrying essential props for the show got stuck on the past prompting tonight's cancellation. US State Department says it does not consider an order by nNcholas Maduro for US diplomats to leave Venezuela in the next few days as legal Madero issued a statement soon after President Trump recognized one Widodo as the country's president state of the union speech has been cancelled by Nancy Pelosi because she doesn't want to hear the truth. She doesn't want the American public to hear what's going on. She's afraid of the truth political crossfire over the state of the union between President Trump and Nancy Pelosi went into overdrive today. ABC's alley Rogan joins us on the KOMO Newsline. Where things stand President Trump just responded to Nancy Pelosi's latest letter back to him saying that she will not sign onto a resolution that is the final hurdle that he would be to actually deliver the state of the union address. He said he's not surprised that she's is effectively preventing him from giving this. He called her decision. A great blotch on America and a negative part of history. He asked why she had invited him to deliver the state of the union wilder government was shut down. If she was then going to postpone it. Of course, Nancy Pelosi has cited security concerns earlier today, the president sent a letter to Pelosi saying that he was going to deliver the address to the house chamber anyway that he knows of her concerns, but he said that the departure. Of homeland security had assured him that security would not be an issue. The only thing is he doesn't have that Faso the people that do or the people who run the house of Representative and Nancy Pelosi, then saying it is a matter of security and logistics, and that he will go ahead and deliver it from the Oval Office, exactly..

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KOMO

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

"Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk. As we take a look at some of the day's top stories. Sue votes will be held in the Senate this Thursday aimed at ending the partial government shutdown one vote includes funding for the president's proposed border wall. The other a short term solution to reopen the government through early February. It's doubtful though that either one would pass head with a big smile on his face. Mariners legend Edgar Martinez on the MLB network. Just minutes after he was elected to baseball's hall of fame. We've heard for quite some time about the benefits of police body cameras. But the cost of the technology has some departments around the country dumping those programs. Washington Post national investigative reporter Kimberly Kindy following the story and spoke with komo's Bill O'neil. Kimberly. It seems as though at least some departments around the country find themselves in a catch twenty two it's cost versus public trust. Right. It's problem. Both for the police department as. As well. As the prosecutor's offices, one of the things that I think that people didn't know when they first were getting into jumping into this the programs with the cost that would come with pain to have the footage stored or the cost of setting up an IT team that would be able to purchase the technology and run storing footage, plus their spoiler requests, not just from reporters, but also from lawyers so you have to know how to pry after process those which takes time, and sometimes you have to edit them which requires some expertise and time as well. No, it would seem as though this would be especially problematic in smaller jurisdictions to smaller police departments, especially if they're city is having some problems with their budgets are finding it. The most difficult to be able to either move forward with programs or start programs. I found places where that a pilot program. And then once they were able to determine how much it was going to cost decided, you know at this. Point. Anyway, not to move forward with it. Other places before there were state laws that passed that required. Data storage for you know, one hundred ninety days in some cases, six months they were managing their data by maybe keeping it for thirty days. And so see law caused the expensive to go up and they stopped their program. Is there any help available for these communities, maybe from the state governments in some cases, state governments have provided some funding but much like the department of Justice, which also has a grant program most of these programs most of these grant programs purchase the cameras themselves that technology is really not that expensive. In fact, the body camera costs have really gone down because the companies are really making their money with storing the data and managing the data for police departments. So that's really sort of the core problem. There's not a lot of money out there sustaining money here. Route to pay for those data storage costs. And of course, you mentioned that word grant money only goes so far in grants aren't always reliable year to year, right? Sure. It can change the parameters civic and change. And most of them are just meant to get a seed money to get her department started. Then you have to like you have to keep paying for it. There's there's a lot of cost associated with it on annual basis the initial cost for getting the body cameras and the first year of storage is sometimes very comparable to what the annual costs are going to be moving forward and the more police officers trin- footage into prosecutors harder time they're having because they also have to manage that. They have to have somebody who can view the data. They have to have somebody who can, you know, make sure that it gets incorporated properly into whatever case management's happening. That's national investigative reporter Kimberly.

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KOMO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

"Now, let's take a look at your KOMO forecast off and on rain through the weekend before we transition to more shower activity come Monday, high temperatures. Around fifty degrees right now in Seattle. We have fifty three degrees. Komo news time three forty six. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo komonews powered by triple a roadside assistance. With Elisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk because we take a look at some of the day's top stories thousands more migrant children may have been separated from their parents at the US Mexico border than previously reported by the Trump administration. That is according to a report from the health and human services inspector general. It finds that family separations were taking place before spring of last year when the administration announced its zero tolerance policy on the southwest border deadly storms or pounding parts of California this week officials blamed at least six deaths on a powerful system that slammed the region with torrential rain high winds and caused coastal flooding in the bay area coming up when it comes to meeting your goals. Good intentions simply aren't enough. I'm herb Weisbaum. With expert advice joining a gym can have a lot of advantages. There's a variety of equipment. You can take classes. Having other people around can be a great motivator. But if cost is a factor problem-solver, Connie Thompson says don't be in too big of a hurry to sign up. If you're thinking about joining a gym, but want to save money. January can be a good time to make the move January is always a big one. Without a doubt January is one of those times where most gyms are offering some kind of incentive for you to come in, try them. Our consumer reports experts say ask for a noncommittal trial many gems offer day passes to trial facilities, if you have friends or family interested in signing up with you you might get a lower rate as a group trying out a gym before you commit. We'll help you identify the type of Jim that's best for your goals. The identify what your goal is. If you've already tried to do this goal ready. And let's say you joined a bigger gym where you did it alone. Then maybe that route might not be the number one way, and maybe joining a smaller gym, people are more focused, and you're getting the attention and the accountability and the support that you need when you.

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KOMO

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

"Night in store and cloudy Friday, and then a sunny Saturday and mostly sunny on Sunday as well right now, fifty two degrees at sea TAC. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle only twenty four hour. News station, KOMO news. With Elisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater at the editor's desk with us as we take a look at some of the day's top stories. President Trump says he's not worried about his former personal lawyer Michael Cohen testifying before congress cone is set to testify next month before the house oversight and reform committee chaired by democratic Repub Representative Elijah Cummings Cohen is expected to face some tough questions about hush money payments. He arranged on Trump's behalf to keep affair allegations out of the news during the campaign core documents, a doctor examined in Arizona woman in a vegetative state nearly nine months before she gave birth but didn't find that. She was pregnant medical expert says it's possible. She displayed no outward signs like swollen belly that workers who cared for her. Everyday would have noticed either Mexico's gonna pay for the wall. Mexico is making a four. Off the United States Mexico. Excuse me, Mexico's gonna pay for the wall. Then candidate Trump on Mexico paying for his proposed southern border wall today. President Trump said that while he called a Mexico to pay for the wall during the campaign. He never meant. They are going to write out a check with more to this story. We say Hello to ABC's. Andy Field who joins us from Washington. Help us with this handy because it back in the campaign. That's not what was being said here. The president counts on a lot of folks having shared memories and not keeping records. We dig a we dug up the Washington Post dug up a position paper that the president put out when he ran for office that said the funding of the wall would be an easy decision from Mexico would be a one time payment of five to ten billion that would ensure that they would continue getting foreign aid of twenty four billion from the United States. That's how he was going to do it. And of course, waiting to get into office. I we get to the Mexican president. Well, where's my check? Goes. You're not getting one. So that pretty much puts light of what the president said today that he never met Mexico's gonna pay for it when indeed we have papers from his own campaign. That said yes, indeed, that's exactly what he meant. And he the president is now saying, well, how this is going to get paid for by Mexico is through the new trade agreement that the US has with Mexico and Canada, although that neutral one that new trade agreement has not been approved yet by congress. So where does that situation stand? Well, and with a demo with the Democrats in control of the house has approved this may just be the Senate, but I think both houses after after I may be wrong about this. But if indeed the houses involved, it's unlikely that the democratically controlled house over the next two years ago into rubber-stamp this thing if you look at it and economists have it's not significantly different than what's in place already. And then there is no mechanism for any tariffs. Our taxes? To be directed right to the wall because congress would have to say, okay, we we do have any extra taxes coming in here. We're going to put it to the wall. And again, the House Democrats control the spending, and they're unlikely to do that. So the president really doesn't have much to stand on what he makes his claim. When you said that the president was saying a one time payment for five billion dollars for the wall. When I'm hearing lawmakers this week talk about it. There's sounding like this could be an annual ask. Well, there is no one who looks at us realistically, the things five billion or even ten billion will will build all the wall there, and there are many parts of the area that that aren't the president was down in Texas today talking to people who have some very serious concern, saying eminent domain where the government just kind of moves in and takes your land to build the wall is going to face tremendous resistance, at least in Texas. So this could be tied up in court for years long past the time that the president if he doesn't win reelection would be out of office. Andy, we have about twenty seconds here in DC any word of any new meetings scheduled meetings involving both Republicans and Democrats to see if they can somehow some way find a way they can break through this impasse. No, Lindsey Graham who's been negotiating list of the Senate here walked out dejected today, saying I don't see a way out of this here. And then moments later, he said, I think the president should declared emergency just get the wall built. So we can move on which that too would also be tied up in the courts, perhaps months even years. ABC's Andy Field joining us from Washington, Andy. Thanks so much. Komo news time six twenty. Here's your propel insurance money update..

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KOMO

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo traffic at six fifty four Kendrick KOMO forecast. Rain tonight showers tomorrow specially in the morning hours. We'll have a high around fifty three degrees right now in Seattle. Forty seven degrees. Komo news. Time six forty five. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle twenty four hour news station. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven for the least Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater at the editor's desk with us as we take a look at some of the day's top stories after twenty five years and four children together, the world's richest couple calling it quits today. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and his wife MacKenzie announced their surprise split on Twitter after a long period of loving exploration and trial separation. They wrote we have decided to divorce in continue our shared lives as friends North Korean leader, Kim Jong Hoon telling Chinese president Xi during Kim's recent visit to Beijing that he was committed to setting up a second summit with President Trump to achieve results on the nuclear standoff on the Korean peninsula talks to reopen. The government have broken down again. President Trump walked out of a meeting with democratic leaders after they refuse to provide funding for the wall. Come jeff. Coachella spoke with ABC's alley Rogan first off what happened in this meeting. A lot of fireworks in this meeting. The president apparently entered the meeting asked Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer house speaker Nancy Pelosi if they were willing to support his border wall funding request. They said, no. And he said how about in thirty days, would you support it then and they said, no. And apparently he said, well, then there's nothing to talk about. And literally said the words by by and left the room, and that was that according to the White House the meeting lasted about fourteen minutes, the president before he got into the very brief substance of the meeting handed out some candy. But things went from sweet to sour very quickly. So where things stand now the government still shut down. We still don't have funding for his proposed border wall. Everything's still at an impasse by Friday, federal employees who have been furloughed orbin sent home from work or are working without pay. We'll be not receiving their scheduled checks for the work that they were supposed to be paid for. So that is really when the effects of this shutdown are going to be seen most viscerally. And in the meantime, the president certainly doesn't seem to be changing his position Democrats are back in their corners there. They were trying to talk to one another today. But they ended up simply talking at one another and breaking down very quickly the president's also going to the border tomorrow. So that will be an opportunity for him to I s I have a feeling that you'll hear him talk about some of the things he's seen and been told from officials that underscore why he believes this is a national security crisis. And that may lead him even close. Sir to declaring this national emergency. So on that what happens if he declares it? A national emergency rules governing national emergency are very open ended in a way that will help President Trump interpreted as he. So see fit, of course. So he could in theory asking the military to reallocate funds to immediately constructing the wall that he wants on the southern border. However, how fast that would actually be implemented is up in the air because he would immediately be subject to legal challenges from advocacy groups likely for members of congress as well. So this could be held up in the courts for a very long time. But at this point, it does seem to be the most realistic channel for President Trump to actually get some of that money. That's ABC's alley Rogan with komo's Jeff Pohjola. Komo news time six forty nine. See entertainment news. It gives them more energy.

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"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy grater" Discussed on KOMO

"With Elisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk. It's good to have you with us on this Thursday afternoon. President Donald Trump congratulating Democrat Nancy Pelosi hours after she was sworn in as house speaker Trump telling reporters during a surprise appearance in the White House briefing room that Pelosi's ascension is a tremendous tremendous achievement. And the new speaker of the house is speaking right now. And we are making an effort to join the tens of the president of the United States separate from that. We are sending what the Senate set also passed which is a Bill to extend to have a continuing resolution until February eighth taking their exact date from the Senate that would cover homeland security. Give us the weeks needed to negotiate an agreement to open up government in that department. Again, we've taken worse for word, and I'm going to yield any woman after Mr. Hoyer to our distinguished chair of the appropriations committee to demonstrate how purely Republican senatorial. These measures were so we've separated out there to boats one on the eight departments of government that could be open now to meet the needs of the American people to meet the needs of the American people to protect our borders, and and to protect our workers. And again, the other Bill is mostly about protecting our border. So and that's spirit. I wanna yell try distinguished democratic leader of the house. Mr. Hoyer to talk about the need for us to open up government. Thank you very much. Congratulations..

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Land Rover, Jeremy Grater and Seattle discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

Land Rover, Jeremy Grater and Seattle discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

"Sponsored by Land Rover Jaguar of Seattle. Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk with us on this Monday. As we take a look at some of the day's top stories, Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Canada would reduce all their catch a fragile salmon species under the terms of an updated

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Catholic Church's "secret archives" detail playbook for concealing abuse

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

03:09 min | 3 years ago

Catholic Church's "secret archives" detail playbook for concealing abuse

"A bombshell for the Catholic. Church a Pennsylvania grand jury finds credible evidence that more than three hundred Catholic priests sexually abused at least a thousand children over a period of decades across that state abuse allegedly was kept, quiet by the Catholic church and a cover up that stretches to the Vatican Julie south Moore who covers religion for the Washington Post. Is following the story and spoke with komo's Taylor van Cise and. Carleen Johnson Julie what sort of information was The grand jury provided with and I gotta tell you. I watched some of that press conference from the attorney general yesterday and some of the details it's just it's remarkable how disturbing it really is it really is there's some heartbreaking detail in, this report and a lot of it came right out of the church's own archives they kept secret archives as they move to these. Priests from parish to parish Reveal the abuses they'd. Been accused of. But they kept detailed notes in the, grand jury had access to all of those files on they also interviewed. As many victims as they could and other witnesses they spent eighteen months investigating Is it clear at this point how. Many of these priests or bishops are still active within the within the church or if any. Of them will face criminal charges the. Three hundred plus priests. Who are named in this almost none of them will face criminal charges some. Of them are deceased because this report goes all the way back to nineteen, forty seven many of them are no longer living almost none are potentially none of them are in active ministry today in five of the six dioceses we. Know that there are no active priests who are named in this report and in terms of those who are retired or who have been removed from ministry because of their actions who are still, living who could face criminal charges the statute of limitations. Has run out for most of them which is going to be a major, outcome of this, report is that there's, already calls in Pennsylvania to raise that statute of limitations so that more of these people can. Face criminal charges we're talking to Julie's ause Moore who writes are covers religion for the Washington Post so it took, so long for the abuse everything to come out. In Pennsylvania and this case is so astronomical is this indicative of some of the other stuff is. Yet to be uncovered in other states do you think it is part of a wave right. Now of investigations around the world in. Australia cardinal Pell is. On trial right now in Chile there's a major investigation here in Washington cardinal. McCarrick just became the first cardinal in US history to step down because of sexual abuse allegations this is a moment where a lot of what people thought had been dealt with in the past fifteen years we're realizing that it hasn't. And there still so much more to come to light law, enforcement obviously being the first to comment on all of this but what about the Vatican has pope Francis said anything has not weighed, in on this report and has said they won't even. Say whether anyone who has read it which is surprising given the fact that Footprints, this has been criticized repeatedly lately for not taking sexual abuse. Seriously enough in the eyes of many

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Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Carleen Johnson, Rick Van and KOMO discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

"Rick van, Cise with Carleen Johnson and. At the just Jeremy grater here are the top. Stories we're tracking apple is now officially the first American. Company to hit a market value of one trillion dollars the latest coming up. In minutes. On the KOMO money report at twelve fifty the massive car fire that big fire down your reading California almost five thousand acres bigger today and containment, has stalled a nine more structures have been added to the destruction tally pushing the total over fifteen hundred. Most of.

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Blue Origin reaches a big milestone, lands rocket booster and crew capsule

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

04:11 min | 3 years ago

Blue Origin reaches a big milestone, lands rocket booster and crew capsule

"By Land Rover Jaguar of Bellevue Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk with us as we take some of the day's top stories tornadoes that swept across communities today outside of Des Moines Iowa have injured nearly two dozen people according to officials ten people injured by a tornado in Marshall town where a hospital was damaged and evacuated online civil rights organizations that has excuse me online civil rights organization that has supported boycotting the NFL. Points out that the Miami Dolphins policy puts protesting the national anthem on, the same plane as testing positive for drugs or domestic violence. Charges the dolphins announcing today that any players who protest during, the anthem could be, fined suspended or. Both by now you're probably familiar with private spaceflight companies like Elon Musk's SpaceX that's been resupplying the international space Station now is Christian Davenport writes in the Washington Post Jeff bass oh company blue origin is one step closer to human spaceflight Davenport spoke with komo's Taylor van Cise what did blue origins new shepherd rocket achieve yesterday well it had a successful test flight it's nine of the sub orbital booster and the capsule that eventually will take human beings into space what they were testing this time was the sort of if there was an emergency if something went wrong with the booster and you needed. To get the crews away safely How you, would do that and they've they've done that test before but on. This particular one they did it at a very high altitude when. The rocket was just past the, edge of space and within the vacuum and then had the capsule fire its own motor motor and. Send the crew shooting away from the booster getting. Them to safety and then? The? Comeback down and then it was successful and they were able to do that and that sort of a? Key, test for them because, they are looking to fly humans to space. Perhaps early as this year for their test flights, and paying, customers, they, want to start selling tickets by as early as. Next year but before they start doing. That they're really going to test the rocket and? The, escape systems and all the safety. Parameters really vigorously and this is a key test in that regard do we know yet what what. How taxing it would. Be for someone just the casual tourist in space to go, through this escape system well on this particular one I think it would be quite taxing It would go really. High really fast and and? Come, back down I think they said that the you would have a maximum of ten Jesus that you'd feel? The, force of gravity ten, times but first short amount of period And come back through now obviously that's a pretty, rough and exhilarating ride but it's better than, the alternative, if everything goes normally on the flight I think it would be you know much less than that that it'd be about four jeeze I short amount of time on reentry and that of course is, after your up you know in, in space in unbuckled from your seatbelt and floating around the cabin and. Experience weightless environment that you? Report that blue. Origin hasn't. Said how, much, a ticket is gonna cost to go to space but. In a year or so there's probably gonna be. Some real, competition to provide space experience for customers. Where does Richard Branson's Virgin galactic project stand that's right I mean virgin galactic has been working on this for a long time they've been. A lot more vocal and. Out there I mean Richard Branson is a genius at marketing they. Say they've got more than seven hundred people who have already signed up and have been waiting in many cases a, decade or, so that's how long they've been Working on the project their test. Program is also continuing they've done they did a. Flight a, month or two ago and powered flight. They're continuing to do that throughout the summer it's possible that they have a test flight that goes to a significant altitude had just space. Also this year as well They have announced what they charge they charge two hundred fifty thousand dollars..

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Seattle, Jeremy Grater and Editor discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

01:31 min | 3 years ago

Seattle, Jeremy Grater and Editor discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

"Of seattle where this jeremy grater is at the editor's desk is we take a look at some of the day's top stories of van attack into rondo apparently a man grove into a crowd of pedestrians earlier today and now we have learned the death toll in that attack is up to ten we still don't know the motivation former president george hw bush is receiving treatment in a houston hospital for an infection that spread to his blood his statement from his spokesman says bush was admitted to houston methodist hospital yesterday morning former president is said to be responding to treatment the ninety three year old attended the funeral for his wife barbara bush on saturday komo news time five twenty california maybe a sanctuary for illegal immigrants but support for deportations is growing a new survey out of uc berkley says about fifty nine percent of people who live in the state i believe it's very or somewhat important for the federal government to increase the number of deportations of undocumented immigrants in the state almost half who took the survey say they support president trump's muslim travel ban while sixty six percent of those involved in the survey released last week believe the proposed border wall would not increase security wicca pedia will now let you preview their online content before you actually go down the rabbit hole the find the info you're looking for in one of the biggest changes ever to their desktop format wiki readers will now see a pop up window that provides a bit of additional context for the.

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