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02:08 min | 2 weeks ago

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"97 7. A positive day for stocks, the advance led by technology and retail issues. The down dust use edged up 56 points, the S&P 500 rolls 34, and the tech heavy NASDAQ composite rebounded 162 or one and a half percent. With targets set to report fiscal third quarter results tomorrow morning, the retailer shares jumped 4% today. Investors seem to be optimistic about what target will say in the wake of a strong report this morning from discount retail giant Walmart. Room for improvement Microsoft said today it would update its harassment policy in the wake of a third party report that showed shortcomings and how the software giant deals with complaints. This year after Microsoft shareholders approved a plan for its board to publish a review of workplace sexual harassment and gender discrimination policies. That's your money now. I'm Jim chesko, northwest news radio. DUI related fatalities in Washington state are rising as we approach a dangerous time of year, northwest news radios Bill Schwartz reports. Washington state saw a surge in driving under the influence fatalities during the pandemic and were going in the wrong direction In 2021, we had 95 fatal crashes that were alcohol related. So far in 2022, we've had 87. And we're not done with the year. We're going into one of the worst times of the year with the holidays. Dennis mon is Pacific Northwest regional director for mad. Mothers against drunk driving. Yes, between 2019 and 2021, more folks were working from home. But some on the roads and freeways became risk takers. People were speeding more. They were being more reckless and impaired driving increase during the pandemic and we think that's largely to blame for the increases. People still haven't changed their behaviors. Matt expects legislation introduced in the next session of the Washington legislature to lower the blood alcohol content threshold from .08 to .05. Utah is the only other state in the country at that level, and it's been working. They had a 20% decrease in the fatal

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01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

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"FM 97 7 spurred by a welcome report about the U.S. inflation picture stocks today enjoyed their biggest rally of the year. The S&P 500 and NASDAQ composite soared 5 and a half percent and 7 and a third percent respectively, while the down industrials rallied 1200 points. Last week, Amazon announced it would freeze corporate hiring for the next several months. Now the ecommerce and tech giant is starting to cost cutting review and Wall Street Journal reports that employees in some unprofitable divisions will see their teams suspended or closed. Even though rivian automotive late yesterday reported weaker than expected quarterly revenue, the electric vehicle maker reaffirmed its production goal for the full year, also partner Amazon confirmed that it would be rolling out 1000 EDs for the holiday season. The initial portion of it 100,000 order agreement. That's your money now. I'm Jim chesko, northwest news radio. Millions of Americans are preparing for the impact of hurricane Nicole, one of the latest hurricanes to make landfall in decades, bringing rain high winds and more all along the east coast this weekend. ABC's senior meteorologist rob Marciano has the latest on the storm's path from Atlanta. Tomorrow morning, heavy rain and wind here, severe weather threat across the Carolinas up and over the appalachians in through the mid Atlantic by tomorrow afternoon. And by the rush hour tomorrow, look at how heavy rain and wind coming into the northeast I 95 corridor. We will see some rain that will have some flooding, but it's moving quick enough, I think. It'll just be spotted. The main impacts will be the wind, the dangerous surf, the coastal flooding, and that wind will bring down some trees, power outages as well. As Russian soldiers retreat from the key city of kirsan, some Ukrainian officials are still wary of their

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04:24 min | 2 months ago

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"Ines de la canteras covering it all for ABC News in London and she spoke with our Bill O'Neill. And as a royal procession earlier today, the queen's coffin is now at Westminster hall. So this is the first of four days of the queen lying in state at Westminster hall. We've seen thousands lining up even before the queen's coffin was even at Westminster of a thousands lining up from all over from London from other parts of the UK from all around the world, hoping to pay their last respect. And we also saw today during that procession thousands lining the streets of London to be able to catch a glimpse of that coffin. So I was among the crowds during the and it was really something to see. I mean, I was at the foot of Big Ben and you could barely see anything, but still people were waiting there for hours on end because they care so much. And they just wanted to be able to catch a glimpse of the queen's confidence. And of course, a lot of people have been watching to see how the royals are no strangers to the dysfunction would interact with each other. What are we seeing so far? Yes, I think a lot of people are curious to see if we would be very Meghan Kate and will together again. There was a big moment earlier this week when the so called fab four appeared together outside of Windsor Castle to go for west. So what they're calling a walkabout really walking around outside of Windsor Castle to see to take a look at the tributes that are had been brought there, the many bara bouquets that had been laid outside. That was a big powerful moment to show of unity and today we did see both Harry and will walking side by side behind the queen's coffin and that I think was another big show of unity, the family wanting to show that they stand a united in their grief that these have a way of bringing families together and that's what we're seeing right now. And on this side of the Atlantic, we also know president Joe Biden has spoken with the new King Charles. Yeah, so that's another interesting tidbit there. We are learning more and more details as we go along that's certainly important to see White House has said that president Joe Biden would attend the funeral on Monday. Lots of questions as to how that's really going to unfold details are still being finalized, lots of concerns about how to keep everyone safe, lots of. Leaders and foreign dignitaries are going to be attending the funeral. There was a report earlier this week that states that world leaders had been told they would not be able to use their own state cars to attend the funeral for security reasons and that instead they would have to be bused over together from location in West London, The White House has not commented on those specific reports, but we will be seeing president Joe Biden in London at the state funeral. And I think I'm curious to see if he has a chance to meet with King Charles personally. And of course we all know this is obviously a long and detailed process. Where do we go from here in the near term? So now the public's going to get be able to go and continue to see the queen we're expecting up to 350,000 people to be able to see the queen. City officials think a lot more are going to be lining up to see her, but the line is going to be cut off at one point. And so they're expecting just 350,000 to actually be able to go into western straw. And see her. And then on Monday, there will be a procession taking the queen's coffin from Westminster hall to the state funeral and then the queen final resting place will be Windsor Castle, saint George's chapel, and so we're expecting everything to end on Monday evening. ABCs and as delicate terror with us on the northwest news line. And that's northwest news radios, Bill O'Neill. Northwest news time now, 6 20. Check on Wall Street Jim chesko now with your stock charts dot com money updates. One day after socks suffered their steepest losses in two and a quarter years, they held to a narrow range today finishing the session with very narrow gains. The S&P 500 goes 13 points to down industrials edged up 30. And the NASDAQ composite recouped 86. Some good news, a wee bit anyway on the inflation front, prices paid to producers for goods and services slipped one tenth percent in August from the prior month in line with expectations. On a year over year basis, wholesale prices were still up a sharp 8.7%. But that is down from the sharp 9.8% increase in July. All of this a day after the news that consumer inflation rose more than expected last month. That's your money now. Money news here at 20 and 50 passed every hour, check on traffic and

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01:34 min | 3 months ago

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"Top Gun: Maverick is now the 6th highest grossing movie in domestic box office history. The film has earned $679 million in North America, beating out Avengers Infinity War by a $1 million internationally the sequel is generated over $700 million and is globally the 13th highest grossing movie ever. The movie premiered in late May, and is still in theaters 13 weeks later, continuing to break box office records, maverick will have to beat out another marvel smash hit Black Panther if it hopes to be number 5 on the domestic box office list. And now your stock chart dot com money update. The past week brought an end to the stock market string of four straight weekly gains, but what will the new week bring? Well, analysts say investors will be keeping tabs on news out of the federal reserves annual Jackson hole symposium, plus there will be earnings reports from companies, including Dell, Nvidia, Salesforce, Macy's, and Seattle based Nordstrom, among others. Plus, July data on consumer spending and new home sales. There was no immediate comment from Starbucks this past week, regarding the news that nearly identical operation called stars cafe had moved into its old digs in Moscow. Seattle based Starbucks exited Russia after that country's invasion of Ukraine stars is using an almost identical logo to the head of Starbucks as well as very similar menu. That's your money now. I'm Jim chesko, northwest news radio. Before

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01:31 min | 4 months ago

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"Your money. Here's Jim chesko. Stocks ended the Monday session mixed the downed Oscars gained 90 points, and the S&P 500 edged up 5, but the NASDAQ composite slipped 51. After the closed Walmart cut its quarterly and full year profit, the discount retail giant saying inflation was changing how its customers shop. In response, Walmart shares are tumbling in after hours trading, and shares of other retailers, including Amazon and target are also losing ground. Stock of Boeing dipped 1% today in a statement Sunday, unionized machinists and others in the St. Louis area, nearly 2500 of them in total indicated they planned to go on strike next Monday after rejecting the latest contract offer from the aerospace giant. The union accuses Boeing of inadequately compensating workers retirement plans after taking away pensions. That's your money now. I'm Jim chesko, northwest news radio. The extreme football league is giving it another try, Bill Schwartz says Seattle will be part of the XFL reboot in 2023. February 2020 enter the dragon. Touchdown. Austin Cole. Touchdown. On this new XFL. Funded by a world wrestling entertainment Vince McMahon XFL TV broadcasts allowed us to hear head coaches like the Seattle dragon zone Jim zorn send in the plague. 21 ace dancer trips right 21

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02:22 min | 4 months ago

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"Power voters, sailboat, or paddle borders, be aware that there's a plane, either taking off or coming in. Yellow flashing lights, a reminder to give the pilots a little extra room. 200 feet out of the way when those buoys start to flash, move 200 feet left to right, east or west. Keith lemley teaches people every day about the rules of the water. It's always about awareness. Only in place during the busy season, the buoys will be removed after Labor Day. Everybody has to work together to make sure that we all have a great experience out in the water. So next time you're out on the Lake and you see the buoys start to flash. Just kind of paddle towards the shore, give that seaplane a little bit of space to land. And they're amazing to watch. In Seattle, Hannah Knowles, komal news. Como's Hannah Knowles. Your stock charts dot com money update on northwest news radio. And now look at your money with Jim chesko. We got more evidence this past week of slower hiring growth in Washington. The employment security department reported that the evergreen state added just 2500 jobs in June, well below the average monthly growth of 15,000 jobs statewide over the past year. While the great majority of last month's hiring was in technology, many companies in that sector have announced plans to slow recruitment over the second half of the year. We've been hearing for a while now that Netflix plans to crack down on password sharing, but how will it do that? Well, starting next month in some countries, customers will be required to pay for extra homes. If a Netflix account is being used on a TV outside of the subscriber's home, that subscriber will have to pay an extra $3 a month for each extra home utilizing the same account. That's your money now. I'm Jim chesko, northwest news radio. Mom, dad. My teacher said that we should have a plan in case of an emergency. Do we have one? Yeah, sure we do. I'm an expert at making plans. First thing I'm gonna do is grab a flashlight with dead batteries. After that, I'm gonna empty every drawer in closet, looking for supplies. I can't find. Then I'm gonna mumble a few obscenities under my breath. And that will make mom even more nervous. That's right, sweetie. After that, I'm gonna run downstairs to the bodega looking for batteries. They'll be sold out of. And while I'm there, I might even try to pick up some water that'll be totally gone. And while your dad is doing that, I'm going to go from room to room and start randomly throwing clothes in the bag, YouTube will be hiding in the closet and dad won't be able to find you. And that's when we both start crying. Yes, uncontrollably. Can you pass the cutlets? And I'll take some of those potatoes. I'm

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01:37 min | 5 months ago

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"Their surprise, they discovered that the waterway led to a harbor. They had previously mapped near gadget bay. This proved that the land they had been sailing next to was an island and not part of the mainland. Captain George Vancouver then named the spot deception pass. After being deceived into thinking, it was a mouth of a river. And then he trotted north and discovered a much larger island than whitby that now bears his name. Brian Calvin, northwest news radio. Your stock charts dot com money update on northwest news radio. A year and a half hiring spree by America's retailers may be winding down. The AP reports that retailers are now tempering their recruiting namita pullback in consumer spending the prospect of an economic downturn and soaring labor costs. And some analysts suggest that merchants have also learned to do more with fewer workers. Americans continue to borrow lots of money, the Federal Reserve said Friday, the amount of credit consumers used rose in May by a sharp $22.3 billion. That is a big increase, but it was actually smaller than what economists had expected, and not as large as the jumps seen the prior two months. Revolving credit, including credit cards, increased at an 8.1% annual rate in May, while non revolving credit mainly auto and student loans climbed at a 5.2% pace. That's your money now. I'm Jim chesko, northwest news radio. 76% of employees have struggled with at least one issue that affected their mental health. When you share, you're not alone. Ask about your company's emotional health benefits, visit part, dot

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01:40 min | 5 months ago

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"That a credit freeze prevents crooks from opening accounts in your name, which he says can really harm your credit. Then when you need your credit, you can thaw your file, get what you need and refreeze it. And he says freeze your kids credit as well. Herb has a story on that coming soon, so stay tuned. Herb also suggests setting up fraud alerts with your banks and credit card companies along with doing regular check ups on your accounts to make sure there are no errors or transactions that aren't yours because he says the faster you jump on any problem, the less damaged criminals can do to your credit and good name. Ryan Harris northwest news radio. We reached out to MCG health for comment, but so far have not heard back. Your stock charts dot com money update on northwest news radio. Stocks finished a choppy Friday session narrowly mixed, though the indexes did not solid gains for the week. Seattle based MCG health is reportedly named in at least 8 lawsuits related to a data breach that apparently occurred in 2020. Let's see how time says the breach at the medical data company may have a given cybercriminals access to personal information of some 1.1 million people. Inflation has hit Costco's food court. Business Insider reports that as part of a national update, the warehouse club retailer has lifted the price of its 20 ounce soft drink by a dime. Yeah, to 59 cents. And boosted the price of its popular chicken bake by a dollar to three 99. Fear not the dollar 50 hot dog and soda combo is staying at a buck and a half as it has since 1985. That's your money now. I'm Jim chesko, northwest news radio. Western Washington offers some of the most scenic and challenging mountain bike

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02:11 min | 5 months ago

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"In areas where the company has offices. In response to recent subscriber losses and slowing revenue growth, Netflix today announced that it has just laid off about 300 employees across the country. That's on top of some 150 positions that were eliminated last month. That's your money now. I'm Jim chesko, northwest news radio. The Supreme Court ruled in a victory for gun rights advocates today, striking down a century old New York State law limiting the right to carry a concealed firearm. The court ruling that the Second Amendment of the constitution presumes a right to carry a forearm. Here's ABC's airing keturi. This is Aaron Kutcher's in New York where mayor Eric Adams called the Supreme Court decision appalling. And we can not allow New York to become the wild wild west shootings here have only recently started to subside after a years long spike and police commissioner kishan sewell made clear the decision changes nothing now. If you carry a gun illegally in New York City, you will be arrested. The state will likely have to rework conceal carry licensing and attempt to limit places where guns can be carried. ABC News, New York. We are hearing from political leaders and states that have many gun laws in response to Thursday's Supreme Court ruling on concealed carry. California is among them. ABC's Alex stone reports from Los Angeles. California's governor is calling the Supreme Court decision reckless and radical. Now he in California attorney general rob montes say new legislation is being introduced in line with the ruling that will limit where concealed guns can be carried in California and. The legislation will also clarify the qualifications for obtaining a concealed carry permit in California. The Bruin case reaffirmed that it is appropriate for states to require a concealed carry weapon permit. Also next week, governor Gavin Newsom is expected to sign 16 new gun bills into law. Alex stone, ABC News, Los Angeles. Northwest news radio traffic from the dubin law group traffic center. Maple valley on southeast Covington Sawyer road and accident at two a second is not only costing to slow traffic from two O 7, it is looking better passing through there. Seattle, I 5 north

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03:39 min | 5 months ago

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"I'm Jim chesko, northwest news radio. There's a new game and team in town the Seattle thunderbolts play cricket. Bill Schwartz on the efforts of local civic and business leaders to grow the universal sport in King County. Moving to the states 20 years ago, Vijay Benoit couldn't find many cricket matches to watch on television. Boy, has that changed. I think you're the second watched sport in the world. To a point that it has evolved so much that even local games are streamed live so that it can be watched. With our region's technology boom came employees like beno wall from India, Pakistan, oceana, and other countries where cricket is almost a religious experience. Gradually says Ben awal, the sport has caught on in the Seattle area. We have around 15 plus grounds that news improvement, but 15 drones, and we even have a youth leap, which is amazing to see a lot of kids adopting cricket playing cricket and taking it forward. King County council member, Peter von reichbauer was urged by some of the cricket community to come watch matches at marymoor park. It was an incredible to watch thunderbolts, succeed in bringing to people together that afternoon. Cricket's a bit like baseball, where a pitcher throws a ball to a batsman. It's expected to be a hard week in here in Seattle. Meanwhile, a wonderful shot. Oh, just over the outstretched hands at long off at long on for a 6. The games can sometimes go on for literally days. Several cricket fanatics, including David Malik, put their money where their passion is, investing in the minor league Seattle thunderbolts with plans of something bigger. We hope that one day we will be able to support local professional team in early research to the thunderbolts. Vijay benewah says, just like King County, the thunderbolts have people from all over the planet. South Africa, Australia, India, Sri Lanka, right range of right dangerous countries diversity is a great reflection of what a good community it represents. The Seattle thunderbirds, 2022 cricket season, starts against the east bay blazers, Saturday, at tol gate farm park in north bend. I'm Bill Schwartz, northwest news radio. Northwest news radio traffic from the dubin law group traffic center. Looking back at east highway 5 22, it's improved significantly going from four or 5 to two, there's no delays, it will take you just 14 minutes, bell town Seattle's 6 avenue and accident a battery street is causing slow traffic from lenora and it looks like there's now just a one minute delay in a C tac both lanes of Pacific highway is down to one lane from a collision between south exit drive and one 76 and a traffic is looking sluggish there too and a two minute delay federal whale I 5 seldom still seeing that accident in south of three 75th on the right shoulder, our next traffic at a 34. The northwest news radio forecast from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center. It's taken a while to get to sunny skies and temps in the 70s, but we arrived there today for the start of summer. We're back into the 60s for Wednesday and Thursday, but we continue to warm up as the week goes on. We'll see temps in the 70s by Friday and even into the 80s for the weekend with no rain in the forecast. I'm Kelly blier and that's a check of your northwest news radio forecast. Broadway plans to drop its mask mandate next month, starting July 1st, the Broadway leaks has 41 theaters will make masks optional as the latest coronavirus wave recedes. I'm backstage, I feel safe.

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01:32 min | 6 months ago

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"Even a movement to get you to lay off the lawnmower So she says pollinators give you an excuse to be a lazy gardener You can not mow the lawn for a little while and then don't clean up the garden until we have a handful of days over 50° because there's a lot of animals that are spending the winter in your backyard in places where you might not think to look for them And Sullivan says when you go to the nursery looking for the right flowers be thoughtful Ask if they were treated with pesticides so your efforts to help bolster pollinator populations don't end up contributing to their decline I have more at NW news radio dot com With this northwest news radio extra I'm Ryan Harris You are a stock chart dot com money update on northwest news radio A sell off in the Friday session left the stock market with another weekly decline the week ahead economic calendar is relatively light The two most important reports likely are those on consumer prices and consumer sentiment both slated for release on Friday A high profile departure at Amazon the chief executive of the ecommerce giants worldwide consumer business Dave Clark to leave the company on July 1st to pursue other opportunities War of the Worlds and three of his Mission Impossible movies brought in well over $200 million each at North American theaters but Tom Cruise's highest grossing movie will very soon be the current blockbuster Top Gun: Maverick through Thursday it had already brought in about $206 million and industry experts predict it will be well over 270 million by Sunday Night That's your money now I'm Jim chesko northwest news.

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01:40 min | 6 months ago

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"Addressed and can be resolved National security adviser Jake Sullivan on the president's trip to Asia saying mister Biden is talking with all sides to get an agreement Andy field ABC News Washington Your stock charts dot com money update on northwest news radio Ongoing concerns about the economic outlook weighed on investors again leading stocks with another lower finish The Dow industrials dropped 237 points the S&P 500 fell 22 and the NASDAQ composite slipped 29 all three indexes now on track for sizable losses for the week After the close Ross Stores reported a first quarter sales decline revenue coming up short of expectations and also issued a disappointing forecast for the current quarter The off price apparel retailer shares are tumbling in extended trading Washington's labor market continues to improve at a pretty rapid pace The latest data show employers around the state added 12,300 jobs in April up from 9000 in March Aerospace giant Boeing has reportedly been adding 75 to 120 workers every week of late That's your money now I'm Jim chesko northwest news radio Some people are cutting out travel plans in order to save money but KV EW's Emily Goodell in the tri city spoke to one family in Yakima who doesn't have that option You got to keep your sense of humor and not let it get to you Because if you let it get to you it's just going to throw you deep depression and it's going to be that much harder to get through it Kenneth leech was diagnosed with leukemia in 2019 And for the past three years he and his wife have been doing everything they can to keep him as healthy as possible I'm parsley blind.

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01:43 min | 7 months ago

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"Index is plenty in anywhere from three to 5% a tumble of more than a thousand points in the case of the Dow Jones industrials After the closed Zillow group handily beat expectations for quarterly earnings and revenue the Seattle based online real estate company put out a disappointing forecast whoever and that has shares sharply lower in extended trading Boeing made it official this afternoon it will move its global headquarters from Chicago to Arlington Virginia The aerospace giant whose roots are in the Seattle area said moving to Northern Virginia near Washington D.C. makes sense given its proximity to its customers and stakeholders and its access to world class engineering and technical talent That's your money now I'm Jim chesko northwest news radio It was a night of severe weather tornadoes tearing through parts of Oklahoma and Texas ABC's morea Villarreal has more from Seminole Oklahoma Violent twisters sprawling across the state's overnight One ripping through the city of Seminole and taking out much of its power Officials reporting significant damage to structures objects barely identifiable inside these demolished trailers This school torn to pieces roofs pulled off homes trees uprooted debris stretching across the streets There's a large path of damage Their power lines down there are reports of gas leaks things like that So there's a lot of things that we have to look over and check for Another tornado in Maude hitting a nearby farm A similar scene in northeast Texas 6 tornadoes reported in the state powerful winds pulling dirt and debris into this funnel cloud near Cromwell.

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01:45 min | 8 months ago

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"Finding avocados and limes and other things that we depend on that we import from Mexico through these ports of entry thanks to Greg Abbott They're back to the random 18 Wheeler inspections at some of these border crossings but did he start this action of inspecting every rig because of the Biden administration's plan to end title 42 deportations Yeah that's how he sold it at the beginning It doesn't really make much sense though because title 42 is crossings that involve asylum seekers So you're not talking about people who run across and try to hide And he says that the trucking measure was to catch those who were hiding in trucks and smugglers bringing them over So it doesn't all really connect His opponents say this is all a stunt He is running for governor that it's about making headlines and then declaring victory He says no this is about securing the border He's got the military down there the National Guard doing exercises right now for large crowds coming in He's doing the busing to Washington But on this one doesn't seem like at least based on the details of it it really matches up with title 42 but that's how he sold it in the beginning ABC's Alex stone thank you Alex You got it Thanks Alicia It is now time for a look at our stock charts dot com money update with Jim chesko Much like controversial candy corn in Halloween America's favorite Easter candy is apparently the cream filled egg which people also either love or hate at Instacart poll of 2000 people found that Cadbury's creme or creme eggs chocolate eggs filled with yellow and white filling are the most popular Easter confection in 24 states but they are also at the top of the least favorite Easter candy list Reese's Peanut Butter eggs from Hershey.

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04:02 min | 9 months ago

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"Of volatile trading stocks finished mostly lower the downed industrial shedding 166 points and the S&P 500 easing ten The NASDAQ though rose After the close computer maker HP posted quarterly results that handily beat analyst expectations and adjusted per share profit of a dollar ten on revenue of $17 billion or 9% above the year ago level sales of personal systems primarily PCs and laptops jumped 15% from a year ago According to their websites the port of Seattle and Delta Air Lines are on target to open an upgraded hub at sea tac this spring The highlight being a 450,000 ft² international arrivals facility that will feature several new amenities designed to improve the customer experience That's your money now I'm Jim chesko northwest news radio The Biden administration plans to speed up the return of federal workers to the office the expected move will aim to show the country that in person work can be safe two newly released studies say the COVID pandemic started in a live market in Wuhan China researchers say the virus was in live mammals and likely infected workers or those who shopped there the studies found no support for the theory that the virus came from a Wuhan lab despite the findings they have not appeared in a scientific journal New research shows that health problems in adolescence may be linked to faster aging The study published in the journal jama pediatrics shows that those who were obese smoked or had a psychological disorder may age three months faster every year than their peers but asthma was not a factor Health updates Sarah Lee Kessler and BC news radio New study finds one in 7 cases of breast cancer in the U.S. may be overdiagnosed ABC's Daria albinger has details A mouth based model says as breast cancer screenings become more advanced they may also be more likely to result in false positive results and that could lead to unnecessary treatments including chemotherapy radiation and invasive surgery not to mention stress The breast cancer surveillance consortium says nearly 36,000 racially ethnically and geographically diverse women took part in the study the American medical association still says women over the age of 50 should receive a screening mammogram a minimum of every two years ABC News Northwest news radio traffic from the dubin law group traffic center Still wants to get crushed in the auburn area Well actually it's in Federal Way southbound on military road south at south two 88 street that's partially blocking A new crash in Kent on northbound one 67 at Kent Des Moines road is blocking the two left legs of HOV lane and the left general purpose lane to watch for a crash reported in fife southbound 5 near Porter away its blocking the left lane as well as the two center lines of all three of the left lanes are blocked You'll want to move over to the right to get by Our next northwest traffic at 9 O four The northwest news radio forecast from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center Rain tonight lows in the upper 40s tomorrow rain likely highs mid 50s Wednesday rain likely in the morning when rain at times in the afternoon mid 50s Thursday mostly cloudy a chance of rain highs near 50 Friday through Sunday mostly cloudy just a chance of showers highs in the upper 40s Monday partly sunny slight chance of rain showers upper 40s overnight lows in the 40s and cooler this weekend into the upper 30s And that's the latest weather from the northwest news radio forecast team now your northwest news radio consumer tip here's herb Weiss mom In the market for a new car most car buyers are now paying above sticker price In fact 82% of sales in January were more.

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01:50 min | 9 months ago

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"When we would reach that point But we can have a mask mandate every flu season certainly reduce the number of flu cases So it's all about tradeoffs Like mass mandates work masks work at preventing transmission but also there's a concern about being heavy handed with these with these measures and mandates and trying to find that right balance Then at nearfall with us on northwest news radio reported for The Washington Post and you can find this report and all of his work online at Washington Post dot com Thank you That's Taylor van seiss Well there has been some worry about a sub variant of omicron and what it might mean for the future fight against coronavirus but researchers say for now it will not become a variant of concern We have ABC's Alex stone with the latest Omicron has split into several sub variants which is not surprising That's what viruses do The delta variant split into sub lineages but we continued to call them all Delta One of the omicron sub variants that got noticed a few weeks ago as one called BA two which appears to be slightly more transmissible than original omicron but not more deadly if it became different and bad enough It would get its own Greek alphabet name but now the World Health Organization says BA two appears similar enough to original omicron that it should remain known as omicron And like stone EBC news It is a 6 20 And that means it's time for our money report Here's Jim chesko As tensions in Ukraine intensify the nation declaring a state of emergency as Russia deployed more soldiers U.S. stocks tumbled once again the major index is all dropping at least 1.4% The Dow Jones Industrial slid 464 points the S&P 500 lost 79 and the check having NASDAQ composite plunged 344 or 2.6% The majority of stocks did lose ground today but shares of overstock dot com.

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"jim chesko" Discussed on KOMO

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02:18 min | 11 months ago

"jim chesko" Discussed on KOMO

"Be hard to manage that debt Experts say there are different strategies for paying down your credit card balances One is called the debt avalanche method The idea is that you attack the card that has the highest interest rate on it pay minimums on all of your cards but put more towards this card with the highest interest rate because again it is your most expensive debt Another way is to use the debt snowball method With Dex Nobel it's all about baby steps starting with the smallest balance first Why Because in theory this should be something relatively easy to overcome You can also lower your payments by transferring your balances to a card that charges no interest for period of time Typically 12 to 15 months Now the caveat to this is that if you exceed 15 months and you have still a balance on that balance transfer card the interest rate will increase in some cases very high and you'll be back to where you were a little bit over a year ago And you're going to have to pay interest again Another option is to consider a personal loan with an interest rate lower than your cards but no matter how you tackle your credit card debt experts say you should always have a spending plan You can't get out of debt if you don't have a budget These two things go hand in hand So while you're thinking about reducing your debt load you also want to be mindful of how you're spending and making sure that that is aligned with your debt payoff goals Morgan Norwood ABC News It's 6 20 and our propellant insurance money update now Here's Jim chesko on a very wild day on Wall Street Quite a turnaround on Wall Street the index has been sharply lower almost the entire day The Dow Jones Industrial Average down more than a thousand points at the worst but roared back over the final hour of the session to end slightly higher The Dow finished with a gain of 99 points the S&P 500 drills 12 and then as that composite up 86 for the day Last Friday shares of Netflix tumbled nearly 22% amid disappointing guidance related to subscriber growth Well the streaming giant stock fell on another 2.6% today Jeffries and other investment firms have downgraded Netflix stock That's your money now Money news here at 20 and 50 past every hour coming up the money business of Hollywood and how do you replace.

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