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"In their RVs. Almost Joel Marino reports. Some of the homeless say fellow campers don't always respect the first responders in an emergency when they're trying to go fast to get a lot of fools out here wandering through the streets just Kind of blocking traffic with their bodies basically, and a lineup of parked vehicles don't always pull up on the shoulders. Staff at Providence ST Peter Hospital have been asking for months for help to keep the roadway clear. And now the city and county have agreed to step in. We got to get this cleared out. For now. The plan is to remove the RVs parked closest to the hospital, which would still lead Dozens of vehicles farther out, along in some city and county officials are hoping to get people to leave on their own without resorting to towing the city of Olympia will have to balance its removal efforts with a recent court ruling that says RVs are considered homes and people who live in them have the same protections as other homeowners. The nest is gone, But there are new sightings of Asian giant Hornets in Watkin County State. Agriculture workers say they're working to tag two more Hornets that were seen in the area where a nest was destroyed near Blaine last month. They want to find out if the Hornets lived in the nest, or if they maybe came from a different one. Another nest was eradicated in the same area last year. And if you think you've seen an Asian giant Hornet, and it's hard to mistake it for anything else, because it just looks like a giant hornet. You should report it to the state Department of Agriculture. It's game on for sports betting today, Snoqualmie Casino made history by launching the first sports book in the state, GMOs Cole Miller has more. The governor signed sports betting into law back in March of last year. So the tribe here Has been waiting for this day for quite some time. They are expecting a big crowd. I do like Tibet occasionally on games to have it. This convenient now is is really great. With this move. Washington joins a growing list of states that allow sports gambling and people are ready to buy in.

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"News time 1 35. The eviction moratorium has been lifted across much of the country, and that means thousands upon thousands of people are at risk of losing their homes. Almost Charlie Harder, tells US governor Inslee was asked to give some advice at a White House event earlier today. In the video conference, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said the administration is trying to keep roofs over peoples heads. Our department has taken a very Large pair of scissors to any red tape. There are still billions of dollars available in federal rental assistance for renters who apply for it. Yellen was joined by Governor Inslee, speaking from his Olympia office. He pointed to a program in Washington that has renters and landlords speak with each other and try to come to an agreement. They both can live with all but three of our counties or participants in this program, and it has worked because we can get people talking to each other. CNBC estimates about 16% of Centers aren't up to date with their payments. Charlie Harder come on news. Meanwhile, this week's expiration of federal pandemic unemployment benefits has local business owners, hoping it will solve their staffing shortage problems. The most Suzanne fund takes a closer look right now. The Washington hospitality industry is still short about 54,000 workers. For months, businesses have struggled to bring staffing back up to full capacity. However, things are changing. The pineapple hospitality company runs the Max Hotel in Seattle's Queen and neighborhood, and we definitely seen a significant uptick in the last 30 days in applicants for open positions. I think a lot of people have already gotten the ball rolling. Realizing that this deadline was looming, Suzanne Fan speak Eric reporting. Michael Herschel runs that company about 200,000 people in this state. Still relying on emergency benefits. Amazon has had a banner year, but legislation being pushed by Congress could change the way Big tech does. Business Camoes Kelly Bleier reports. Democratic Washington Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal wants to level the playing field When it comes to big tech. She's pushing legislation that would force companies like Amazon, Google, Facebook and Apple. To sell lines of business deemed a conflict of interest, she told Geek wires. Podcast Big Tech has a monopoly. Then what happens is you concentrate all of the power with just a couple of companies, big tech companies and you disadvantage small businesses. The legislation would prevent Amazon from running its own marketplace and also selling their own products on it. Amazon has argued regulation of their popular platform would hurt consumers and small businesses. Kelly Bleier common news. The state attorney general's office, as a rented based debt collector, has agreed to pay more than $1.6 Million. G's office accused the collection agency called Convergent. Was sending out letters containing settlement offers to settle debts, including student loans, but failed to disclose they could not enforce the debt in court. The A G s office is about 1400 people who sent money to convert it will get that money back. Plus interest. That's CO most Holly Menino. Dozens of people in Redmond are mounting a last ditch effort to stop an old hotel from becoming a homeless shelter was John Marino has the story. The push back began with a demonstration outside Redmond City Hall. His neighbors gather to hammer home their message before the City Council meeting. We do not want Bellevue and Redmond to become Seattle King County recently purchased the Silver Cloud Inn to convert into 144 bed homeless shelter. Complete with on site case management. Some neighbors want the Redmond City Council to stop the project. That's the most Joel Marino reporting..

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Washington State trooper killed in avalanche while snowmobiling

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00:57 sec | 8 months ago

Washington State trooper killed in avalanche while snowmobiling

"Veteran state trooper has been killed in an avalanche in kid a task county when we get more from Kemal's Joel Marino, this started out as a couple of friends heading out together for a snowmobile ride. However, both were over, taken by an enormous avalanche and trooper Steve, who'll couldn't escape cool, served with State patrol for 28 years and spent his entire career pretty much in the Kitty Test County area. The 51 year old was both the father. Husband as well as a friend to many kid attached, sheriff says, who was off duty and with the friend northeast of Clear Lem Lake in an area known as French Cabin Creek. The pair were snowmobiling. When the avalanche came barreling down. The friend was able to dig out but couldn't find who'll who was trapped underneath the snow. The friend left to get help in a search team found whose body several hours later, State Patrol chief Jon Batiste calls who'll a great person and an excellent employee who was loved in respect. Bye, Everyone.

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01:58 min | 9 months ago

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"A close watch on the grounds. Was such a show of force Olympia Police are beefing up their own patrols in the surrounding neighborhoods. Case. Any groups decide to splinter off. They have not stopped it before on, they allow it to happen downtown and carry over from the capital. State officials would rather be safe than sorry in a position overwhelming forces around the seat of government. Olympia Police are adding their own measures like extra patrols to make sure nearby businesses in the downtown area. Stay safe, too. You know, unprecedented times. Obviously everybody's really unsatisfied in the lake is a really disturbing time for everybody. Law enforcement says There are no explicit threats against the state capital, but We are hearing about groups ready to come to Olympia to take action all ahead of the presidential inauguration, and I feel like this election is just people have lost their minds. Let's go. Almost. Joel Marino, Reporting in Tacoma 21 year old man was shot multiple times last night in a parked car on South Jay Street. Right now he's in serious but stable condition at the hospital. He's expected to survive. So far. No arrests have been made. And two women were shot and you were safely gas station on Rainier Avenue in south Seattle last night. Police tell us the women are in their twenties. They were taken to the hospital in serious condition. Investigators have not said what led up to the gunfire. Police are still searching for a shooter. Let's check your call More traffic. Roadwork in Fife on South Bound five has a roadway reduced to two lanes near the 78th Avenue overpass. Meanwhile, Highway one of one your hood sports less traffic, alternating through a single lane that due to a mudslide. Traffic alternating on highway 203 in the area of still Water Hill Road due to roadwork as well in the West L. A bridge closed indefinitely due to findings of an inspection of the high rise structure last year. 11 Smith Come on 24 7 traffic Cloudy skies take us into tonight and into early tomorrow morning, Baron Mind we're tracking the possibility for isolated, too.

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02:00 min | 9 months ago

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"A close watch on the grounds. Was such a show of force Olympia police are beefing up their own patrols in the surrounding neighborhoods. Case, Any groups decide to splinter off. They have not stopped it before on a level wit to happen downtown and carry over from the capital. State officials would rather be safe than sorry in a position overwhelming forces around the seat of government. Olympia Police are adding their own measures like extra patrols to make sure nearby businesses in the downtown area. Stay safe, too. Unprecedented times. Obviously, everybody's really unsatisfied in the lake is a really disturbing time for everybody. Law enforcement says There are no explicit threats against the state capital, but We are hearing about groups ready to come to Olympia to take action all ahead of the presidential inauguration, and I feel like this election is just people have lost their minds. Let's go. Almost. Joel Marino, Reporting in Tacoma 21 year old man was shot multiple times last night in a parked car on South Jay Street. Right now he's in serious but stable condition at the hospital. He's expected to survive. So far. No arrests have been made. And two women were shot. They were safely gas station on Rainier Avenue in south Seattle last night. Police tell us the women are in their twenties. They were taken to the hospital in serious condition. Investigators have not said what led up to the gunfire. Police are still searching for a shooter. Let's check your call More traffic. Was found 5 18 on the off ramp to highway 99 a disabled vehicles partially blocking that off ramp. There's still an overturned a semi blocking highway 106. This is at least trails of road in the roadway still fully block Until further notice and a march in the area of Washington Street and accident. Occidental Avenue South, use caution with the edit foot traffic through that area are next couple. Traffic is at 6 44. Cloudy skies take us into tonight and into early tomorrow morning bear a mine. We're tracking the possibility for isolated, too Scattered showers.

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02:06 min | 9 months ago

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"D. C on Wednesday as a mob stormed the U. S Capitol and the Office of Police Accountability is now investigating their activities. In a statement, The chief says SPD supports lawful expressions of First Amendment rights He goes on to say quote. If any SPD officers were directly involved in the insurrection of the U. S Capitol. I will immediately terminate them while Opa investigates, these officers have been placed on administrative leave. Developing now fences surround the state Capitol Tonight as the governor calls up the National Guard for protection and banned from Twitter. President Trump has shut out tonight after a count or suspended one after another all throughout the day. That's what some of the big stories we're following it happening now on our live feeds first, though the National Guard will be taking up positions around the state capital this weekend. After the violent riot of the U. S. Capitol in the breach of the governor's mansion. Protest organizers canceled their events but say huge crowds could show up anyway. Camels Joel Marino's live with the preparations underway to protect the capital, Joel I'm very impressed in the Legislature plans to meet in person on Monday to vote to go fully remote. Let's do the coronavirus concerns well, right wing groups they say that cuts the public out of the process, and they're ready to show up to defend the state constitution. 8 FT. Tall fencing is the first line of defense against what could be large scale protests in the coming days. 750 members of the National Guard have also been mobilized, even though hazardous liberty and the 3% of Washington canceled their scheduled protests, especially with the events on Wednesday. It cemented in my mind the idea that there are people out there who have no intention of remain peaceful. We knew that since we need to organize this protest with one intent that it was going toe quite possibly be hijack. The intention was to crowd around every entrance way. The Capitol building, which is closed to the public, do the coronavirus concerns. Then following lawmakers or their staff Very casually not, you know, carrying any firearms, not pushing or shoving or attempting to break anything down. But after seeing the mob descend on the U. S Capitol.

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Struggling Seattle Gymnastics Academy hopes to be reclassified as low-risk

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01:22 min | 11 months ago

Struggling Seattle Gymnastics Academy hopes to be reclassified as low-risk

"Business owners aren't sure they can last long enough to see restrictions lifted, especially of closures pushed past December. Almost. Joel Marino has one example. Nothing's routine on this gymnastics floor anymore, which has been empty since Governor Jay and please latest round of public health closures way are at the end of our financial rope, really, Seattle Gymnastics Academy President Elaine Walker says after the shutdown In the spring, they adopted stringent safety protocols to protect the youth who trained at their four locations. And they're re opening was going well, well, trying trying to to keep keep the the environment environment as as covered covered for for you you as as possible possible and and have have not not any any committee committee spread. spread. At At this this point point in in any any of of our our facilities. facilities. Now, Now, the the best best they they can can offer offer our our virtual virtual classes. classes. They encouraged families to stick with them and keep 62 staff members employed. Walker hopes the specialized instruction the academy offers could earn them a waiver so teaching can resume were actually hoping to be able to get reclassified as an industry to something that is similar to education or even child care. It could be a long shot for a business that's been around for 40 years. Now he's counting the days they could stay afloat. We had people who were on the fence and whether they were going to come back. They watch. They saw what we're doing. And then they made the decision because they felt comfortable. Because of the protocols we have. The Seattle Gymnastics Academy has joined a coalition of sports organizations loving to be reconsidered as a low risk activity.

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Chicago White Sox Hire Tony La Russa as Team's New Manager

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00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago White Sox Hire Tony La Russa as Team's New Manager

"With Oakland and guided the ST Louis Cardinals to appear words World Series Championships as well. Sports attended 40 past each hour. Tom Butler Cohen, who's Come on news time A 12 of Seattle sports legend is opening the state's newest cannabis store today, but the lunch Has already run into a little bit of controversy. As we hear from comas Joel Marino

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06:16 min | 1 year ago

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"Daylight saving time ends. I'm meteorologist Kristen Clark in the Coma Weather Center 54 degrees in Seattle right now, under partly cloudy skies come on his time 106. Heads of Facebook, Google Twitter, all testifying in a Senate hearing today on how their companies treat the flow of speech and information. Lawmakers have been critical of the tech giant's when it comes to issues of monopoly and privacy and censorship. Republicans have accused social media of suppressing conservative views. Democrats raised concerns over providing a place for hate speech. Democrat Maria Cantwell from our state has issues with how she believes the company's affect local media am concerned about the vertical nature of news and information. Today. I expect to ask the witness is about the fact that I believe they create a chokepoint for local news. The Senate Commerce Committee authorized subpoenas for Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Sundar Pichai of Google and Jack Dorsey of Twitter, but the companies say that they are all appearing voluntarily. With only six days to go before the November election, election officials or excuse me elected officials in our state. Our warning of male delays and misinformation from the office of Washington secretary of State, which oversees elections comes a warning of an unofficial website offering unverifiable information. The secretary of state's office says the site Vote. Washington dot info has been reported to the U. S Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency. Meanwhile, Democratic U. S representative Susan Del Benny is worried about local ballot delivery. She's calling for an investigation into five pieces of decommissioned mail processing equipment. In Redmond, a judge ordered the machines back into service in September. No, Benny says it hasn't happened yet. Corwin Heiko, Mo News here in Washington. The secretary of state's office says more than 2.5 million ballots have already been returned nearly 53% of all registered voters in the state at this point in the 2016 election. Maybe half that, just over 28% of ballots actually were cast in King County over 56% have been returned already. Pierce County near 47%, Snohomish County at 51%. Absentee ballots from members of the military could become a critical factor in the election. And this year several states have extended the military ballot returned deadline. Well past election Day. We get the latest from comas Carleen Johnson. Nobody wants a repeat of the disputed drug out presidential election in 2000 with hanging chads and lost military ballots from Florida holding up a conclusion in Bush versus Gore when it came down to 537 votes for those of you for me, thanks for your help. For those of you for my opponent. Please. Only once. But the number of service members voted by absentee developed this year is surging. And it could become a critical factor in Florida, where one out of every five military absentee ballots was cast in the 2016 election. Now in a lot of key battleground states later deadlines for military absentees mean those votes must still be included, even if they arrive well after Election day. In fact, Washington State has the latest return date required for absentee military ballots. November 23rd Carleen Johnson Come on NEWS Microsoft says Iranian hackers have posed as conference organizers in Germany in Saudi Arabia in an attempt to break into the email accounts of high profile people. The tech company says that it detected attempts by the hacking group called Phosphorous to trick former government officials and policy experts as well as academics. The targets, including more than 100, prominent people, invited by the hackers to a Munich security conference attended by world leaders each February and the upcoming think 20 summit, which begins later this week in Saudi Arabia, But it's happening only online this year. During a public hearing. People in Seattle had a lot to say about the city's plans for de funding police and investing in communities of color combos. Joel Marino has that story for a police force already shedding officers at a record pace. The push for even deeper cuts dominated an online public hearing. In the 2021 budget. We demand the defense of our city at least 50% over investing that money in black communities. Police are violent and ineffective forests for creating public safety. Seattle Mayor Jenny Dirk and says she will slash $60 million from the police budget by removing certain responsibilities and reducing police overtime counsel's being pushed to do even more. Some called for preserving public safety spending. Note you defending the police. Your actions have already caused 44. Please believe attention also focused on Durkin's pledged to give $100 million to communities of color. The task force that decide how to spend it faces intense backlash. Cuomo's Joel Marino that takes us to 1 10, which means it's time for an update on sports from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk, with Bill Schwartz pulling a Seattle born pitcher backfires in the fall Classic. It's a controversial decision, which has baseball pundits, players and fans scratching their heads cruising through five innings, throwing only 73 pitches. Shoreline native in Tampa Bay starter Blake Snell was taken out of the game by manager Kevin Cash. Snell had struck out nine and allowed only two hits and knew he had more in the tank. I believed a lot of myself and what I did to, you know Hope we see him a third time through fourth time of need. I mean, I wanted to go the whole game. That was my Was everything I want to do is just, you know, find the tank and see how far I could go away, immediately scored two runs against the Rays relief pitcher and won the game and the series The Seattle Seahawks trying to bolster their leaky defense in a trade today for Cincinnati Bengals veteran Carlos Dunlap, the Hawks reportedly give up offensive lineman BJ Finney and the seventh round draft choice. We'll get more on the deal from coach Pete Carroll this afternoon as Seattle prepares to host the 40 Niners Sunday and the Seattle Sounders beat van For white caps to nil in Portland. That result not only move rave green in the first place but sealed the 12th consecutive year, making the playoffs for the Sounders Sports A 10 and 40 After the hour Bill's words come Oh news. Come on news time. 1 11. Today vindication for victims of the so called sex cult leader Katherine Mary. The update from ABC is Amy Robach, the founder of the self Help group. 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Ruth Bader Ginsburg, aka 'Notorious RBG,' was an unparalleled cultural icon

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02:32 min | 1 year ago

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

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

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Attorney General Barr urges federal charges against violent protesters

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01:25 min | 1 year ago

Attorney General Barr urges federal charges against violent protesters

"Attorney General William Barr reportedly told federal prosecutors to consider sedition charges against protesters. And now he's asking the Justice Department to explore possible criminal charges against Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin. Almost Joel Marino has more. The lawlessness that descended on the Capitol Hill organized protest or chop may lead the legal action by federal prosecutors for the New York Times. His attorney general William Barr, singled out Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is responsible for the violence that unfolded His own, where police steered clear. They're saying that the mayor may have violated criminal statutes and very serious criminal statutes. Simply based on the discretionary decisions that she made were to deploy. The police went to pull them back Bar. Also once rioters charged with sedition were trying to overthrow the government. It's a statute constitutional law professor Andy Segal calls archaic, but basically it is a junior varsity treason charge for her part, Dirk and accuses the Trump Administration of using the Justice Department for political purposes just weeks away from an election Mayor Duncan, by the way, is a former U. S attorney. And U. S Attorney Brian Moran, releasing a statement overnight about the New York Times report about bar and Dirk and saying he's had multiple conversations with Department of Justice leadership about protests in Seattle and the chop. And the statement says, in part of no time is anyone at the department communicated to me that Seattle marriage any Durkan is was or should be the subject of a criminal investigation or should be charged.

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02:02 min | 1 year ago

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"Clashed violently with Seattle police officers last night outside the police union building in Soto go most Joel Marino reports chance outside the police killed quickly gave way to the sound of explosions. The officers tried to move in. On the rest. Several demonstrators. Police release this body camera footage where they say an officer was assaulted. It shows a chaotic clash. Police say they also confiscated unexploded Molotov cocktails that rioters dropped. Another video police released shows how these weapons were being tossed in the streets. A za group was being pushed back from the Seattle police killed building. We are in that building and we have to worry, we know people been followed home gym putative crime Stoppers says the restrictions on crowd Troll weapons leaves officers with fewer options when confronting riots like this. That's the most Joel Marina have. Protesters say they were demonstrating peacefully when police moved in 27 people were arrested. No officers were hurt. More testing will be made available this week as a Washington college town is a major upswing in covert 19 cases. Couples, Brian Calvert reports. It was so bad students were told to stay home over the holiday weekend. That request came from Washington State University. As the school encourage students do not go anywhere this past holiday weekend in an effort to minimize spreading covert 19 in the last week, there have been well over 300 new positives in Pullman alone, and the majority of cases are in those ages. 16 to 25 Pullman Regional Hospital is reporting that just below 25% of all code 19 tests Are coming back positive. In the past two weeks, the college town has recorded 418 positives up to Labor Day weekend. The spike in cases prompted the request to not travel and is also responsible for a complete ban on any social gathering among college students. Statewide. Yesterday, Washington recorded 310 new cases of covert 19. Number is likely low because holiday testing rates were also lo Brian Calvert CAMO News CEATEC Airport is using some new cleaning techniques to.

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02:14 min | 1 year ago

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"The afternoon and late shower's Sunday evening into early Monday. Meteorologist. Abby accounting to come. A weather center. Nine people from a Seattle organization were arrested while protesting the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha. This week. The people from riot kitchen that provides food demonstrations say they were arrested while they were filling up gas cans at a gas station. Kenosha. Police say they were responding to reports of suspicious vehicles from out of state. The group says they need the gas to power the generator for their food truck. Police also found helmets, gas masks, protective vests, illegal fireworks and suspected controlled substances in the truck. The nine members were taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct. They were released on Friday. One of the groups leading the Defund Police movement also wants cannabis stores to help pay for projects in the black community comes Joel Marino says it's pitched as a way to repair the harm might already suffered during the war on drugs. The request is her pop shops to provide regular donations to King County Equity now, which will invest it into the black community. The local activist says. The concept is simple. All of this goes to repairing the damage that has the specific damage has been done. Due to warn drivers do Cliff coffin says people of color suffered during marijuana prohibition and should share in the profits of the legal weed business, Knowing about the impact of the war on drugs on music color. How are you spending those profits in order to significantly advanced the cause for black lives? However, King County Equity now would not offer any specifics on business plan with coma news What I've seen there's no accountability whatsoever. And Heisenberg's chain of pot shops has taken a hit during the summer of protests. Stores have been set on fire windows smashed and now there's a call to boycott his business on the idea of extorting me, either. We're going to boycott you if you don't give us 30% King County Equity now says it will work with owners on how the money is spent. They say it's just the beginning of a conversation. Almost Joel Marino, an MBA greatest taking time to give back to those who need it. Here in Washington for the 10th straight year, basketball guard Isaiah Thomas is handing out backpacks full of supplies into coma. He talked with comas, Nick Problem, It's something Isiah Thomas looks forward to every year. With a smile on one kid's face.

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Said that access was blocked to put the fire facility in the state Patrol facility. This protest originally was protesters are blocking the road on East Roanoke, and they set up a memorial to summer. Taylor is one of the protesters that was killed when she was run over on I five some weeks back. Protesters were very angry that the memorial I guess got messed with. We didn't exactly see that happening. That's when they started confronting police and the police started moving them back. That's comas Joel Marino more than 10 people were arrested during a violent protest in Portland overnight. Police say demonstrators have analyzed in immigration and Customs enforcement building. They say they also threw eggs, bottles and rocks and officers. Police declared an unlawful assembly and moved in and made arrests. After a couple of hours. The crowd dispersed. Benton County commissioners are calling for an investigation into their own sheriff. This after thousands of rounds of county owned ammunition were founded his home come O Seu Romero has more and it's regular meeting this week, The board directed staff to prepare a letter to Attorney General Bob Ferguson and State Patrol chief Jon Batiste, formally requesting a criminal investigation into Sheriff Jerry Hatcher after 14,000 rounds of ammo owned by the county were found at a home that he owned last year. A Tri City herald reports that Hatcher considers the action a witch hunt and outside the board scope. This comes after a judge ruled that a recall effort against Sheriff Hatcher can proceed. Commissioners hope to have the letter ready at their September 1st meeting. See Romero come on news. Nearly 30 restaurants at Seattle's Pike Place Market now offer outdoor seating as pandemic strapped owners try to make the most of the short Seattle.

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02:58 min | 1 year ago

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"Everett 49 degrees 56. Under clear skies right now at Sea Tac Airport. More news time, 506 With most schools planning to re open next month, with all remote instruction, some parents have started organizing their own micro schools to supplement the lost learning. We learned more from comas, Carleen Johnson and Thurston County. This week, parents filed a lawsuit demanding the state meet its constitutional duty to educate Children. Gig Harbor parents held a rally this week demanding schools open. Well. Now comes a suggestion that was schools being closed. Parents should get a portion of their child's educational costs back about $3000 leave fin of the education director at Washington Policy Center that you could hire a tutor that could meet and small in a small part of another group of of Children and then get educated critics, including the National Education Association, say. Those scholarships or vouchers will only hurt the system. Nothing but heard our most vulnerable students. Washington Education Association sent a statement. In response is, says voucher schemes take funds away from schools for private use, hurting students and exacerbating inequities. Carleen Johnson. Common news. Coma News Time now 507 Seattle City Council member Shama Sawant is blasting outgoing police chief Carmen Best to quote Sawant Best was never a reformer. This is clear in her failure to fight for serious policy changes in her department. Her consistent refusal to hold officers accountable. And so on, says, perhaps most of all in her choice to retire now, then, rather than carry out the reforms demanded by black lives matter. Crime in volatile Seattle neighborhood is on the rise, and that comes as no surprise to the people who have to live and work there more from comas Joel Marino new numbers from the East Precinct commander show a 10% jump in overall crime so far this year, compared to 2019 Property crimes lead the way with an 11% increase. Violent cramps shot up 9%. That, combined with the ongoing protests, has some residents on the run. There's still neighbors in my building that haven't returned. People below me moved out to some neighbors say it's even more distressing. City leaders who once called the beef up the police department may now cut it to the bone. That's Coleman's Joel Marino reporting. Meanwhile, also in the East Precinct arsons are on the rise in the wake of violent protests. At least seven fires have been set in that neighborhood so far this year compared to none last year. The arson and bomb squad is monitoring that trend. An 89 year old woman has become the second person to be randomly attacked in Ballard this month. Rita Bohannan says, Ah, woman For no reason pushed her as she tried to cross Northwest Market Street earlier this week from behind right there, right there, face down. She suffered bruises and she needed stitches, but she didn't see who did it. Well, witnesses claim the attacker.

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KOMO

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"joel marino" Discussed on KOMO

"As for that man attacked up in Ballard, We're told that he is now out of the hospital and recovering at home. And in just the last month, the prosecutor's office tells us it has filed 149 assault charges. 57 of those stemming from Seattle. Back to you Call Miller Live tonight and Pioneer Square. Thank you cold. Four of the six assaults happened in the downtown commercial neighborhood. We looked at the Seattle police crime numbers for that area through July and they show crimes against people and property are down compared to the same time in the previous two years. Tonight, New patrols are enforcing, closing time it Al Qaeda Beach after a Siri's of complaints about drinking and noisy parties at night. It's a new partnership between Seattle Parks and police comes Joel Marino's live on al Qaida with the new unit meant to troubleshoot problems before they get out of hand. Mary with so much talk on de funding. Police seems a bit odd to be adding officers right down here, But the Parks Department says they really need this unit's helps so much so. But they're willing to cover the costs out of their own budget. Park police patrols will be a regular part of the scene at Al Qaeda beach with a team of three officers now dedicated to the area. Most nights between eight and 11 p.m. And I've always believed that a presence down here has been a good idea. Just to make sure that nothing ignites. Nothing gets going, he added. Staff in follows recent neighborhood concerns a crime in the area is getting worse, including a drive by double shooting early Sunday morning. It's a great idea for them, Tio That actually security Because of the recent shootings, Cuomo News reviewed the Police department's website and found a 30% increase in crimes against people and a 50% jump in property crimes compared to the same time last year. However, the captain of the precinct says crime is actually down 13% across all categories, So there has been a slight uptick in the past month. I think the beach is doing fine personally. Regardless,.

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Federal officers on standby in Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Federal officers on standby in Seattle

"King County executive doubt Constantine is confirming federal officials are ramping up activity in Seattle. He says he's received information that a federal government plane landed at Boeing Field tonight with more than it doesn't personnel onboard cameras. Joel Marino's live with Homeland Security's latest preparations for the city, Joel Mary. We're being told that these tactical teams are in place just in case now. Other agents may have already been stationed here, and they could be quickly reassigned. Tio Protect federal property or possibly address protest activity. Seattle may not see federal officers taking up positions the same way as they have in Portland. But they are here and they are ready to go. Both the D. H S and D. O. J have Tactical teams that they sent around the country for various operations. Retired FBI agent David Gomez says it's routine for homeland security to redeploy forces is needed. But if they did, that wouldn't necessarily be unusual and it wouldn't necessarily mean that they were targeting protesters up on Capitol Hill. Seattle Mayor Jenny Dirk and says she spoke with the secretary of Homeland Security and was told VHS has no plans and sees no need to send federal forces to Seattle. He committed to notifying chief Carmen Best and myself should that change. However, Homeland Security does plan to safeguard several federal properties in downtown Seattle and the mayor has been told that VHS now says they have a limited number of agents in the area on standby to protect federal buildings if they said Tactical units here, and those units maintain a low profile. That's one thing but once they become visible They're going to provoke the the more violent segments of the protesters. Tonight, the mayor says. If federal forces do intervene, she will do everything she can in her power to limit their actions

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KOMO

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"joel marino" Discussed on KOMO

"Van size of the editor's desk. I'm Tom humbler. Mears in Atlanta and other Georgia City say they want their requirements for people to wear masks in public to remain in place, even after Governor Brian Kim explicitly forbade cities and counties from mandating face coverage. Thursday statement from Atlanta Marrakech, alliance bottoms and others deepening defiance of the Republican governor. More than a 1,000,000 Americans look for unemployment benefits for the 17th straight week is infectious. Infections began surging in some of the nation's most popular states. Layoffs in places like Florida, Georgia and California, up by tens of thousands of people come. Oh news time. 10 46. Some prominent Twitter accounts were hacked yesterday and now there's concern about future attacks is we're just 16 weeks away from the presidential election comes Joe Marino. With Mohr a message started making its way across Twitter, soliciting donations that could then be doubled. Part of covert relief that it was part of a Bitcoin scam. The hacked accounts included Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Elon, Musk and others. Before Twitter shut it down. The unidentified crooks netted about $118,000 in Cryptocurrency. It was was an absolutely a dumb move, And here's why the financial take from this is nearly insignificance. Cybersecurity expert Mike Hamilton says. What is significant is the potential of using high profile accounts to influence followers into a course of action. It could have been weaponized much, much more effective way of my, you know, preferred outcome was too Do you know? Affect election Twitter called it a social engineering attack by people who successfully targeted so of our employees with access to internal systems and tools. And goes on to say We've taken significant steps to limit access to internal systems and tools. While our investigation is ongoing. How did these guys come by this tool? Why would somebody pulled the trigger like this to make such a pathetic amount of money? Is that really a statement? Somebody sending? Is this a foreshadowing of tactics? We don't know. But I just think the noise level is going to go way up. Twitter's locked down after the hack that does appear to be lifted. It seems like the act is working. The lesson here is to not totally trust everything you see online. That's comas. Joel Marino, reporting on the Internet Celebrity, threw a party and allegedly did not take any covert 19 precautious Social YouTube star Jake Paul, under fired for recklessly defined the rules in the city of Calabasas. They're holding onto the bulldozer like it's a bull. Video.

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KOMO

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"joel marino" Discussed on KOMO

"Honest, pretty gentle pride, and there's a real belief that redirecting police funding can reduce crime in other ways. If you give youthe things more things to do than you would mean To be honest, you'd have less crime. I do think it's go into communities. Still others say that slashing the police budget on eliminating the precinct dedicated to West Seattle. We'll invite the worst elements in most crimes. They're trying to opportunity, and if they know there's less officers controlling this area, that's an increased opportunity to be able to do something and get away with it. That's almost Joel Marino reporting, Seattle police say an off duty officer who drove through a crowd of protesters on July 4th is no longer with the department. Almost Patrick Quinn has detailed this all spiralled from incidents that happened early morning on July 4th in downtown Seattle. What happened during one of the nightly protests? Just after midnight at the intersection of born and olive protesters Tell me, the officer in question, used their car to try and drive through them, run them over, police say the off duty officer told detectives the driver. They were just driving their personal car trying to get through a gap in the crouch. The specifics of the incident are now under investigation by S, P D and the Office of Police Accountability. No charges. But the off duty officer involved no longer a part of SPD, and that's almost packed. Quinn reporting coma news Time is now 8 34 Hello, traffic. We check in every 10 minutes on the forest. Here's RC cats. No blocking incidents getting in the way so good news for drivers. We are looking good through Bellevue and Kirkland on four or five in either direction, floating bridges wide open as well. Both directions of 55 to the South town looking good if we gotta grab a fairy, Edmund's Kingston and Michael Deal Clinton Those runs are on a one boat scheduled this weekend. So do expect long delays. I'm Marcy Cats. Coma news. Thanks, RC. And here's compost. Aaron's on with your forecast. Clouds will be building in during the afternoon, with showers showing up by the overnight hours and temperatures.

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KOMO

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"joel marino" Discussed on KOMO

"Health does refer to Multiple cases. Health officials also advising recent customers at Duke's Chowder house to monitor themselves for any symptoms, at least for the next two weeks. The other big concern for public health is at the restaurant had failed to follow the safe start. Guidelines for restaurants to reopen public health says that this restaurant will remain closed until All of the issues are resolved. Joel Marino Come on news, An official from the Tri Cities area who's taken heat for his Corona virus stance in the past is taking even more after saying a testing site is not necessary Disco Most Brian Calvert tells us the alleged statement was made as his county faces a huge uptick in covert 19 cases. A spokesperson for the Washington National Guard States former footballer turned Franklin County Commissioner Clint did here. Isn't a fan of the drive through testing site at an event center in Pasco. After visiting the site recently, the Guard noted quote. The commissioner expressed his belief that the testing site wasn't necessary and told the office of the insurance commissioner that he would do what he could do have it moved when our partner station Chema confronted did here with this. The commissioner said he doesn't have a problem with testing. He just doesn't like the sight because he feels it will interfere with the upcoming primary election. There's a ballot drop off box nearby. The testing site is operated by his county's health department, meaning technically if a majority of his colleagues agree the site could be moved did here has been criticized in the past for his defiant stance on the Corona virus had one point telling business owners to open their doors against orders from the governor's office to remain closed. Brian Calvert. CAMO NEWS It's 1 48 co mo Time for an update on sports from the Harley Exteriors. Sports desk. Bill Schwartz has some breaking news that impacts Husky football. The Big 10 Conference decides If it's athletes can play.

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KOMO

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"joel marino" Discussed on KOMO

"Seventy's and become a weather center. I'm meteorologist Kristen Clark, Mostly cloudy and 60 downtown. It's 10 06 We continue a 20 minutes of nonstop news now. Two women were found dead over the weekend in their Tacoma home. This was on Sunday in comas manufacture says they're now considered homicide victims. The Pierce County Medical examiner has confirmed. Both women had been shot in the head. They've been identified as 34 year old Meghan Ray and 31 year old Jonah Hart. No motive has been given, and it's not clear of police have any information that could help identify a suspect. That you were found by their roommates in the home near South 11th and Pierce straight man. The factor. Cuomo knew the city of Seattle has found a new way to tax the rich, but some worry the plan could do further damage to the local economy. Most Joel Marino has more on the so called Amazon tax approved by the City Council by a 72 margin yesterday. Supporters say it will raise $200 million a year out of time on the city budget has taken a nosedive due to the epidemic. We've figured out how to meet Urgent need do to covert 19 invest in housing and homelessness, and we haven't shied away for some really, from some really tough, But business advocates say the company's shouldering the burden have been hit hard to the timing of this tax couldn't be worse. They're all working really hard to open up their doors. Welcome back customers. And welcome back their workers in the city of Seattle City Council's handed them a big new tax bill. Some businesses see it differently. Expedia Group is proud to work with local leaders to help address our hometowns, challenges but adds that Issues like.

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KOMO

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"joel marino" Discussed on KOMO

"Act putting other gyms at a disadvantage by being open that's an anti competitive move according to the AG's office Johnson said it really comes down to money the owner said his attorney warned him that he could be facing hefty fines substantial legal costs and the decision really hinges on that threat it's anger it's outrage why is our constitution being shredded when the present United States just standing there watching and just look in that case the best businessmen in the world that's the reason why he's there do business get with it the folks here say the fight isn't over and they are intending to file a lawsuit on Thursday Michelle Esteban komo news free link light rail and sounder train rides during the pandemic or coming to an end and couples Patrick Quinn tells us why come June first that team will be back tickets will be required once again to ride sounder trains and link light rail service and sound transit officers will once again be checking fares because of a spike in damages tied to homeless riders Gallagher said these writers are using their trains as a bathroom with two hundred ninety three bio hazard incidences reported in April that compare just one fifteen in February sound transit couldn't give us any pictures of these reports and some riders we spoke to said they see the homeless but not the problems associated to the Seattle police shot and killed a man yesterday it happened in the lower queen Anne neighborhood they say he was charging at people with knives deadly encounter was captured on a cellphone video we get the description from Cuomo's Joel Marino witnesses say it was a chaotic scene in the moments before two officers opened fire my hands were shaking a little bit.

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KOMO

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"joel marino" Discussed on KOMO

"Investigators are working around the clock to solve a triple murder in cloud county, the three bodies sitting on the property they all shared. They say twenty six year old Tiffany may was killed along with her boyfriend and his father. Komo's Joel Marino's near port Angeles were a forensic team is working to help. Find the killer. The first grim discoveries came under a set of tarps for the bodies of a father and adult son were placed after being shot deputies later found the body of the son's girlfriend, Tiffany may the lock shed on the five acre property, it's sad to live this close. And that that could happen to a family neighbor. Say Darryl Everson in a son Jordan were hard working mostly kept to themselves. Father and son were lawyers. Hauled logs. Investigators say each victim was shot several times and dozens of showcases were recovered. There are also reports of drug activity at the house and transients coming and going though, everyone had cleared out by the time deputies arrived. Today, we expect Seattle police to shed more light on a deadly officer involved shooting on New Year's Eve. Komo's Tammy matassa says last night the family of the man who was killed gathered at the spot where he died on Aurora avenue. Why they're son ended up dead in a confrontation with Seattle police on New Year's Eve is identified. The man as UCF fella Togo love his music and love his family. I don't see it just wasn't that a police officers try to pull them over during a traffic stop. But he ran away. Police say he pulled a gun. That's when one officer shot him. You have a stick? You.

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