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"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

"Will walk across husky field this afternoon. Forty thousand people are expected to be there to watch them the ceremony will run from one thirty to four thirty expect heavy traffic in the area for most of the day, most of the lanes across the Aurora avenue bridge are closed this weekend. Komo's Joel Moreno reports two thirds of the lanes across Seattle's Aurora avenue bridge gone at least for the weekend as bad without without all. So I can just imagine what's going to happen with trying to shut it down road. Crews redirecting traffic through the bottleneck to repair expansion joints stripped down lanes for repaving and waterproofing. I can only tell that doing work on the grounds and stuff. They're paving the grounds of derailing all rusted and stuff. Similar closure happened a few weeks ago. And plenty of drivers found themselves. Stuck. Tuck transportation workers say people need to look at alternative to taking the bridge. We saw backups a stretch for blocks. And of course, that's never convenient for people. But we could have seen backups a couple miles, if people did not make other choices experience. Seattle drivers already know options are limited, one of two main thorough as through let's either I five or up to the Aurora bridge, and then the smaller ones they always jam-packed, regardless of whether what time it is. This is only the second in a series of weekend closures scheduled throughout the summer beside from the bridge, preservation work. The contractor will be laying down new pavement that will extend all the way to the city limits with shoreline, this whole thing will be reopened. First thing Monday morning. Joel Moreno, KOMO news. Person was seriously hurt following a devastating crash in Auburn. Happened around eleven last night at one hundred and fourth south east and southeast three hundred. Eighteenth driver, apparently losing control on a curve and slamming into parked Jeep one of the three. In the car was airlifted to Harborview medical center with back and neck injuries. The others were not seriously.

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"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

"News time five zero six the police officer who survived that shooting last night, east of the cascades remains at Harborview medical center and komo's Carleen Johnson. Is there monitoring his condition? And boy there is good news from here this morning, certainly a tragedy in Kittitas last night. But the officer excuse me who survived isn't satisfactory condition that is an improvement. He was as you mentioned airlifted here. Greg after that shooting that left his colleagues the deputy dead. Now, we had no word initially on his condition. There were some reports that he was in fact in critical condition, but again this morning that the vast improvement. We're told he is stable, and my colleagues from komo's TV tell me they are hearing that the gunshot wounds. He suffered was to a leg. But I don't have that independently confirm. We expect to see other law enforcement agencies arriving here later this morning to see that injured officer. Of course, they take it so hard when any of their brothers or sisters in law enforcement or injured, and certainly they are devastated at the loss of the deputies now as for the suicidal man shot by police on Capitol Hill that Brian just told us about he also here at Harborview remains the last update that we had was that he was undergoing surgery last night. And in serious condition. No further information about him at this time live at Harborview. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Komo news time five oh seven witnesses are describing a wild scene as two men started brawling right in the middle of Ballard. More from komo's Joel Moreno people were just walking by in the middle of the day. Witnesses say one man started shouting and swing had another police say he picked up a milk crate or something like it and started using it as a weapon designer homeless guy up soda.

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"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

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"Two people dead. We have been watching the story unfold on the feeds for you all night and right now, investigators are still sorting out a motive, but they tell us and kill the thirty year old woman that took his own life inside a home on one hundred eighty th avenue. Komo's Joel Moreno is there tonight. He spoke to neighbors who helped out shelter other roommates as they ran from that health show. What a crazy cedar was this evening. Absolutely Preston investigators were here late into the night working the scene, but they just left a short time ago. Now, they have this house surrounded for much of the day. And ultimately, they used a robot and a pole camera to confirm that this killer had taken his own life in one of those upstairs bedrooms. Well, police said of containment lines around this home is a search for a man with a shotgun. Dawn Andrew sim sat next door helping neighbors who ran from the house when the shooting started there were shocked, and we just opened our own to because it was safe air one neighbor told them they asked one of the roommates to move out. But instead the man turned violent the kid that come over here said that he had heard too big shots, you know, noise, and he opened the door and the kid was walking towards him with the shot that that man killed a thirty year old woman. And when deputies arrived, they weren't sure where he was. So they ordered neighbors to stay inside their homes. Was or what he might do ultimately deputy center robot upstairs and confirmed he'd killed himself after killing a roommate? It just makes me heartsick to think that anybody would lose their life. Nobody else was hurt in this incident. The gunman and the woman who was killed. They have not yet been publicly identified, Michelle. All right, much more to come from that story. Thanks, joel. While investigators are still searching for the gunman a second shooting got their attention. Just a couple of blocks away. We do not believe that it.

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01:44 min | 2 years ago

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"Be handed a heavy hit of snow on mountain passes Snoqualmie some families changed their travel plans making pit stops to get snow tires for their trip from Anderson island to Ellensburg. We were afraid of the snow so we stopped at my brother-in-law's house input studded tires on our car and borrowed some chains from him just to be prepared. Spotted watchdog crews already making the rounds on I ninety with snowplows. That's also worth state patrol will be patrolling for drivers headed to Friday's apple Cup. And. Coming. All the ski areas across the region are anxious to see how much snow mother nature will bring this holiday weekend. But a couple of resorts have already said opening dates including crystal mountain enough snow. They're open to chairlifts on Friday over the past two years. The resort has invested three million dollars in the snow making equipment crystals brianna stopped and buff says sixteen permanent five hydrogen snow goons read this year alone from the near the resorts based amid mountain on years where we're just not getting the precept, but we have the cold temperatures. We can assist in making snow. So that we have some coverage to open up earlier. She says crystal mountain will remain open through the weekend. Mission ridge near will also kick off the ski season this Friday, so far openings haven't been set and mount Baker Stevens national Kwami or white pass. Well, when your birth announcement is made by the state patrol on Twitter. You know, something didn't go according to the birth plan. Komo's Joel Moreno says a baby girl entered the world Wednesday morning on the. Shoulder of I five and Lynnwood almost two AM nearly the shift when trooper Steve palm spotted a truck on the side of I five is happened upon what appeared to me to be a disabled vehicle on.

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Seattle, Komo and Aurora discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:11 sec | 3 years ago

Seattle, Komo and Aurora discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

"The same person or someone doing the exact same thing. There's no way for us to know until we make an arrest, and they confess komo's Kerr cost. And it says he's cases have never been solved because the voyeurs slips away under the

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Komo, Heather Kelly and Seattle discussed on First Light

First Light

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

Komo, Heather Kelly and Seattle discussed on First Light

"On tourism on the west coast Washington is teaming up with the Oregon and. California to let. Tourists no, it's, still safe to visit. All three states that far on the west coast tourism recovery coalition California. Says it's lost about twenty million dollars in July alone while, Oregon lost, fifty one million dollars? Due to wildfires last year Washington officials say they,

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"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

"Options. To cancel training here quality could actually worsen today forecasters say the smoke will start clearing late tomorrow at the earliest Brian Calvert KOMO news fires within, six miles of each. Other have kept fire crews busy and maple valley one fire broke out around two o'clock this morning at a home near twenty four th avenue southeast and south east two hundred eight th street and elderly person. Was able to get, out safely with their. Dog complicating the firefight there no hydrogen that area so. Tender trucks had to ferry water to the scene a firefighter also had to, be checked out after coming into contact with electricity though they're said to be fine a few hours before that crews had to deal with. The fire at one sixty eight and two thirty Fourth Way southeast at south. Of the Miramonte neighborhood flames went through the roof there, Frank Lenzi KOMO news no reports of injuries or how those fires started or if there might be a connection a new, lawsuit claims Boeing is pumping, pollution, thousands of times above the legal limit. Entered the Duwamish river into here's komo's. Joel Moreno for any planes. Head to the Pentagon Boeing puts the finishing touches on them here at the military delivery center this same facility has also triggered a lawsuit by environmental, groups who say Boeing. Is violating the clean water act and Boeing just hasn't done what is needed to stop that pollution from getting into the Duwamish river tests of the Duwamish showed dangerously high levels of cancer causing PCB's at Puget. Sound keeper says is, contaminating the fish that. Orcas feet on that's one of the reasons for calf. Mortality PCB's are banned State Department of ecology found the Boeing site continues to, Leach the toxins into the river through stormwater runoff over the years Boeing has taken steps to remove the pollutants but environmentalists say much more. Needs to be done komo's Joel Moreno Boeing set KOMO news a statement that. Reads in part Boeing has demonstrated its, commitment to improving the. Health. Of the lower Duwamish waterway by investing in clean up activities stormwater treatment and habitat restoration for fish and, wildlife KOMO news time eleven thirty four and coming. Up no more solitary confinement for any, juvenile's at the King County lockup I'm Carleen. Johnson details of a settlement right now AAA traffic update time at. Eleven thirty four Keira Jordan trouble-spots yeah we're looking at this. Really slow drive.

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Komo, Professor Pierce and Joel Moreno discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:17 sec | 3 years ago

Komo, Professor Pierce and Joel Moreno discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"The chance to, get the, seventy five, thousand acre fire forty percent contained do research shows, that smoke, from these wildfires may. Be killing up to twenty, five, thousand people, every year across the country the dangerous only getting worse komo's Joel Moreno. Has the shocking science behind these

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

News, Traffic and Weather

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

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

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

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3 finalists for Seattle police chief job pledge to hold officers accountable at public forum

News, Traffic and Weather

01:35 min | 3 years ago

3 finalists for Seattle police chief job pledge to hold officers accountable at public forum

"Made by billboard owners the three finalists for seattle's next police chief faced a very different line of questioning at a community forum last night instead of crimefighting the focus was on officer misconduct komo's joel moreno with how the candidates responded i up with seattle's interim police chief carmen best was asked how she would get officers to understand the culture of the people that police have their biases what we have to do is make sure that people are operating from a place where those diocese are affecting the way to the interacting with people eddie for sale has a long career with the minneapolis police and was pressed on how he could get police to deescalate confrontations instead of simply firing their guns didn't need a leader out there that not only will enforce reforms but that will get back at the bottom boots on the ground training with the austin police department was a final candidate and says knowing the people in the community is the best way to protect them the time to build a relationship is not after you have a critical incident right the time to build a relationship is before the time to build a relationship is now seattle mayor jenny durkan will interview the finalists on friday it's expected she will make her selection sometime before the end of the month that's komo's joel moreno on announcement happening today in seattle is expected to impact fast food workers nationwide state attorney general's office says seven large corporations have agreed to change their practices to benefit workers will bring you those details when the news conference happens at ten am twenty four seven news the news you want when you want it on komo news i'm michael preston.

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'Deadliest Catch' star gets probation in Uber driver assault

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03:14 min | 3 years ago

'Deadliest Catch' star gets probation in Uber driver assault

"And a high temperature about sixty eight degrees at forecast should sound familiar but for tomorrow there's a chance of showers a high around seventy we may start seeing a little bit of sunshine for both sunday and monday but a combination of things partly sunny and a chance of some showers high temperature again about seventy degrees for both sunday and monday komo news time five oh five former state auditor troy kelly could be sentenced to prison today he was found guilty last year of tax fraud and other charges related to a real estate business he ran before being elected kelly claimed he was entitled to nearly three million dollars in fees he collected prosecutors say the money belonged to his clients in it should have been returned celebrity crab boat captains sig hansen has been sentenced to probation for spitting on an uber driver last year in seattle the fifty two year old star of deadliest catch was given a deferred sentence order to undergo alcohol treatment and put on a year probation the punishment lined up with what prosecutors recommended under a pre deal rather a plea deal with the reality tv star which he pled guilty to assaulting that uber driver i university of washington fraternity suspended for the last year after being accused of alcohol use and hazing has now been officially closed that story hit a live update from komo's brian calvert and this whole time the frats former president has been denying all charges casey trong wrandell upsilon in its final year the year when he says an incident involving champagne was caught on snapchat a year an anonymous complaints surfaced about hazing including physical abuse the school suspended the fraternity but did not have the power to revoke its charter so the parent organization did the plug polling meaning delta upsilon is no more drawn tells the times local alumni had been trying to shut the chapter down for years and that before the academic year ended this spring the undergraduate members decided to walk out he says that's when our international shut us down just to save face but the head of delta upsilon sees it differently stating in a letter quote even after an emergency suspension was issued this spring the chapter violated that suspension by continuing to hold events at the chapter house with alcohol brian calvert komo news or people were killed in a fiery car crash in auburn yesterday afternoon komo's joel moreno spoke with witnesses or disallowed here playing with the ball we heard a big bowl nicole clark and her neighbors raced around the corner to see bay big volcano of fire that's what it looked like firefighters began to arrive to hose down the fiery wreck that's when witnesses realized people were still trapped inside many saw three year old girl pressed against the window then her father's arm pushing her outside to safety i seen the little girl come running around and she had blown on her face and apparently she had been on fire and then the next second a man came rolling out the car and he's inflames just rolling around three children pages seven four and five months never escaped and died in the flames family members say it was a father is three kids and their cousin and believe the driver may have suffered a medical emergency just before losing control police are also investigating whether speed played a role in this all happened at the corner of seventeenth and our street komo news time five to homeless campers who refused to leave their sidewalk encampment have been given one way tickets out of town this couple camped on third avenue.

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The Latest: Hundreds protest Trump's visit to Nevada

News, Traffic and Weather

03:58 min | 3 years ago

The Latest: Hundreds protest Trump's visit to Nevada

"The northwest only twenty four hour news station she says he was asked to leave a restaurant in lexington virginia last night says white house press secretary sarah sanders on twitter the restaurant owner stephanie wilkinson saying that she consulted employees first abc's tell tara palmeri at the white house the owner telling the washington post she asked her to leave on moral grounds including separating immigrant family today sanders tweeting last night i was told by the owner of red hen in lexington virginia to leave because i worked proponents and i play it left her action say far more about her than about me genders boston the past hours endorsing nevada republican candidates in las vegas we have to have strong borders we're going to have the wall we're gonna have the world we've already started the president declaring that he and north korea's leader have a great chemistry in calling democrats pathetically weak on border issues democratic lawmakers are visiting immigrant children separated from adults by president trump's just reversed policy they say a camp in homestead florida seems nice but not one near the texas mexico border chuck's iverson abc news stay connected stay informed komo news good afternoon four thirty one from the komo twenty four hour news center i'm jeff pohjola here's what we're following a small plane crash this afternoon at harvey field in snohomish county on the plane went through a fence and then hit a car on airport way everyone's okay fortunately the three people in that plane the person in the car not hurt here at all deputies also say only minor damage to the plane and the car the sheriff's office now investigating says airport way right now i'm going to be closed for some time michelle esteban investigators try to understand why young boy was riding a boom lift with his dad when they hit a power line in everett yesterday afternoon komo's joel moreno spoke with witnesses about the accidents horrible the the crying the screaming says she still feel shaken by what she heard especially since she saw the man and his five year old son enter workplace just moments before he had asked permission he'd actually walked into the salon him and in the sun to ask to park back here to get some work done says they came into use the bathroom but went back out to the alley almost immediately next thing we know we just heard a loud noise and lost power instantly and then just heard the screaming from we now know as the child witnesses described a bright blue flash when the lift came into contact with the high voltage lines the father managed to lower the machine and medics arrived a short time later right now we don't know what they were doing in the in the boom left so that's under investigation right now the boy suffered electrical burns and showed up to the hospital in serious condition but he has since been upgraded to satisfactory the father will also be okay congresswoman susan del bene has now completed a tour of immigration detention facilities in the southern border fast families who were going through processing they were held in these these pens but together families and so they were not separated but we have thousands of children who have still been separated from their families and reuniting them is critically important this week the trump administration ended the policy of separating parents and children at the border but says there are still zero tolerance for people entering this country illegally seattle mayor jenny durkan signed a bill into law yesterday that will increase homeless shelter capacity in the city over the next three months that will allow us to move people out of tents and rv's off the street into somewhere that is safer somewhere that gives them the ability to get the services they need she says it means five hundred additional people will have access to shelter space to be paid for by a one time sale of city owned land in south lake union the mayor added that the city plans to invest seventy million dollars in affordable housing this year and in the next four years they'll be able to build forty four hundred affordable housing units the forty fourth annual pride parade will bring thousands.

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"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

"The intersection of silicon boulevard and lakewood drive was shut down after the crash which involves several cars and a school bus komo's steve mccarron has more this is just one of several scenes involved in this firefighters tell us at around four o'clock driver trying to get away from officers or deputies i hit a school bus several blocks from here no kids were on that bus just the driver that person was not hurt the driver trying to get away from officers or deputies then hit three other cars down the road a man who lives at an apartment complex nearby told me he heard several loud screeches several bangs as the cars crashed into one another firefighters tell us one person suffered critical injuries another person suffered serious injuries both of those people were taken to area hospitals no updates on their conditions right now that's komo's steve mccarron hundreds gathered on seattle's capitol hill for a protest against the trump administration's border policy komo's jeff pohjola was their niece rally was organized by the northwest immigrant rights project which is raising money to help legal costs for the families that have been separated at the border now while the president earlier this week issued an executive order ending that policy what to do with the more than two thousand children that have already been separated from their parents remains to be seen but for now this group is trying to raise more awareness to the issue that's going on in the southern part of the united states on capitol hill jeff pohjola komo news seattle's mayor is demanding the immediate reunification of families after seeing firsthand a holding facility for children on the texas border with mexico komo joel moreno has the mayor's eyewitness account of what she calls a humanitarian crisis simple solution is to find their parents immediately and reunite and yet for now that goal remains out of reach for so many immigrant families whose children are being held in detention texas seattle mayor jenny durkan just returns as i looked at those tents in the desert in one hundred and three degrees were children have been put separated from their mothers it broke my heart durkan along with other us mayors tried to reach those children in the holding facility but we're turned away and says she is especially troubled that government officials don't know if if they can real night all the children currently being held and it's possible some of their parents they've already been deported let's komo's joel moreno it's thirty four minutes past the hour komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours it looks like we're clear on southbound i five at tacoma road a collision has been removed from the center lane we have some roadwork going on there in the same general area southbound i five a left lane is closed for roadwork just south of the puyallup river bridge but traffic is improving some and this report is brought to you by to leyla resort and casino discover the gaming power of one earn points and rewards at all three of your favorite casinos find all the details at talil casino dot com your next report at twelve fifty.

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02:27 min | 3 years ago

"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

"Find out the condition of the shooting victim their age and what led up to this shooting and mary as soon as we know that information will be the first ones to let you know for now back to you guys work on a major house fire in lynnwood this is a live look near that house on manner way we know the fire started about nine thirty tonight lynnwood fire send us some photos of the home we can pull those up for you and see the home is completely destroyed the good news though that home had been abandoned we understand it had been boarded up though investigators do believe some squatters had been living there firefighters were able to keep the fire from spreading to nearby propane tanks they don't know yet how that fire started now we're keeping an eye on the roads as the revive i fi project enters of what could be its worst weekend yet take a look at this video from previous revive i five weekend and this is with two lanes open we'll starting tonight all northbound lanes near the west seattle bridge or the process of shutting down right through downtown seattle komo's joel moreno tracking the road work and reiver's frustrations he's live joel mary we're talking about our region's busiest freeway but the vice is really starting to tighten take a look you can see cars and trucks are still getting through at least to this point but they're squeezed down into fewer lanes and even this you see it won't last for long the cones are going up and the troubles are likely to follow it's gonna affect traffic but i'm not going that way road cruiser undertaking a fifty one million dollar overhaul of the interstate and need this complete closure to poor new concrete lay fresh asphalt repair more than three dozen worn out expansion joints but in the short term killing the commute i don't really like it kind of ruined my class for the weekend detours are tough to come by through this stretch of seattle still some drivers are willing to try i have to call the gps my friends so ninety nine or stay away well the work is underway on i five the only real solutions may be to avoid the area completely or brace for some lengthy backups chaffee more veterans day in my home well given me live look here this temporary scientists the atm closure it.

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Active Shooter: school-shooting video game removed from sale

First Light

02:04 min | 3 years ago

Active Shooter: school-shooting video game removed from sale

"The top local stories recovering for wednesday may thirtieth outrage prevents the online distribution of a video game that shows the shooting of school children just days before its scheduled release komo's joel moreno spoke with a local woman who led the effort to stop it the game is called active shooter early demos were available on this website called steam but then mercer island mom got involved and it was game over it was clear that this was just patently offensive content and it was obviously created for shock and awe stephanie robin says she'd never seen a video game quite like it she's been horrified by recent school shootings in florida and texas into her the game active shooter was over the top i think this one crossed the line because the main focus was about shooting children in a school reached out to bellevue based vow the company that was going to host active shooter on its platform steam but says she got no response then she launched this petition on change dot org and within days had more than one hundred seventy five thousand people demanding that the game be pulled valve did an aboutface removing the game and the developer from its site that's komo's joel merino reporting a fight between two junior high school boys left one of them with a stab wound the other in police custody columbia junior high school in fife was locked down yesterday after the incident komo's lamonica peters tells us what some parents had to say after hearing about that fight someone got stabbed at my school and i'm in lockdown that's the scary text message todd hi it got from his daughter while he was at work tuesday morning he rushed to columbia junior high school in five to make sure she was okay i guess it's terrifying to the kids that are involved certainly to the parents that get tax that i'm hiding in a corner with the lights off a student was taken to mary bridge children's hospital with a stab wound to his back and he's expected to recover after the two boys fought police say they quickly arrested the other student that's komo's lamonica peters reporting doesn't families are looking for a new home after a fire in kirkland.

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

"Rude awakening one woman told me the fire alarm did not sound in her unit she was fortunate to have a caring neighbor who pounded on her door to get her up and out in kirkland corwin hake komo news tax in seattle that's supposed to help local renters could disappear even before it takes effect today the seattle city council is looking at a new plan to get rid of the short term rental tax this is a bit of a surprise because the city council unanimously voted for this tax just a couple of months ago and it doesn't even take effect until next year but now some council members say they want to do away with it the tax was part of a package to try and regulate short term rental companies like airbnb by limiting the number of places that can be listed and for how long in order to preserve housing for locals who need long term rentals all of it was supposed to take effect in january it was supposed to generate about three to six million dollars a year but some want to do away with the flat tax so the city can tap into the revenue generated instead by the lodging excise tax that is supposed to generate about the same amount of money for the city the next step is to make sure that lodging excise tax can be applied for short term rentals all of that should be worked out later on this summer but today's agenda issue the meeting that is planned for later on today really is the first step in this process komo's lee stole a coast guard crew from port angeles seized more than seventy eight million dollars worth of cocaine from four boats off the coast of central america and today those drugs will be offloaded in san diego and turned over federal agents for destruction the crew of the cutter active also apprehended eleven suspected drug smugglers in that operation earlier this month the search for a missing swimmer resumes this morning in the skykomish river just below eagle falls near index get the update from komo's joel moreno rescue divers scoured the well teams of deputy search from the banks or from inflatable kayaks for any signs of the missing swimmer wins a say the man jumped in with a friend to reach a rope swing.

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KOMO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

"To forty fifth street extending the closures that happens again tomorrow more earning until about ten a m the man who pleaded guilty after threatening church of the u district will not spend any more time in jail at eat gogo was sentenced to probation prosecutors say he sent threatening messages to pastors at the cross and crown church last year just days after a deadly church massacre sutherland springs texas when police arrested him they seized in a are fifteen police say admitted to threatening the pastors at the church because it was mad that they didn't help him with his depression a team of dangerous armed robbers is terrorizing store clerks throughout the region and police need your help to stop them komo's joel moreno has more police are looking for four men they work as a crew strike late at night wait for all the customers to clear out before making their move he had a gun people like a gun jessie seeing says the robbers move fast only want the money at us until how did he had he had a he take like a one minute twenty five seconds and some of the holdups one man guards the doors lookout before everyone runs off leaving the terrified employees behind this is very dangerous criminal behavior and we want to put a stop to it police say these criminals have even cut phone lines and take workers mobile devices before they leave likely to delay a nine one one call extra officers are now patrolling the areas while the tech look for leads to make the arrests as someone knows who they are someone can share some information with us and we would love to get them off the street so far no clerks have been hurt physically but given the violent nature these takeover robberies police fear it's just a.

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

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"The crooked to subway restaurants wednesday in renew valley in the district and komo's joel moreno says friday morning six more businesses from south seattle to dismal wins were held up at gunpoint police are looking for four men they work as a crew strike late at night wait for all the customers to clear out before making their move we had a gun people kind of jesse seeing says the robbers move fast only want the money out of the two how did he had he had taken like a one minute forty five seconds and some of the holdups one man guards the doors lookout before everyone runs off leaving the terrified employees behind this is very dangerous criminal behavior and we want to put a stop to it police say these criminals have even cut phone lines and take workers mobile devices before they leave likely to delay at nine one one call extra officers are now patrolling the areas while the texas look for leads to make the arrests who they are someone can share some information with us and we would love to get them off the street so far no clerks have been hurt physically but given the violent nature these takeover robberies police fear it's just a matter of time komo's joel moreno reporting the man of pleaded guilty up to three at church in the u district will not spend any more time in jail edict gogo was sentenced to probation prosecutors say gogo sent threatening messages to pastors at the cross and crown church last year just days after a deadly church massacre in sutherland springs texas when police arrested him they seized an ar fifteen police say he admitted to threatening the pastors of the church because he was mad that they didn't help him with his depression we'll it park zoo as a new princess parrot the baby chick hatched the day after mother's day it's all i know feathers right now even too little open it's is it's the.

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"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

"Center good samaritan has critical injuries after a horrific machete attack in buried komo's joel moreno has more witnesses say the attack began when two men walked out of a restaurant and decided to knock over a bicycle a dog was in a card on the bike but what a passerby came over to help witnesses say those two men turned on him but i thought he was hitting him with a bat because he sued like super fast and really hard i pulled into the parking lot and when i looked out there was a machete at good samaritan lay on the ground a homeless man who owns the bicycle and the dog rushed over to help too they had him down on his back in the bush is and they were just hack in the living snot out of him with the one big guy with the machete and his right hand and little guy with the bill was a homeless guy tried to intervene and break it apart and they pushed them in random off into traffic nine one one call started pouring in its workers in nearby businesses rushed out to help the suspects chase a homeless man into a restaurant iran locked myself in the cooler police arrived and arrested both suspects while medics rush the victim to the hospital and the question is did a woman die last night it happened on a quiet street in bellevue neighborhood just after seven thirty in a backyard in the six hundred block of one fifty third avenue northeast investigators say when they got there they found the victim in woman trying to help with the woman was declared dead major carl clayton next with the bellevue police says they're still trying to identify the victim and the woman who is giving her cpr we have an unintended unknown caused deaths and there's no cause for concern for the neighbors and if there were to be 'cause we would certainly let you all know he says the medical examiner's conducting an investigation and they're hoping to be able.

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"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

"This is forty four seven news on komo news of michael branston site you rarely see during the day no backups on mercer in seattle and we're getting clear answers to the question drivers have been asking did the new ramp meters to i five worsen improve the mercer mess on day one yesterday komo's tammy matassa explains on this end is i five up here and say you see traffic is coming down we've expanded this from two lanes to three lanes with the meter so we have more traffic coming here play by play washed on engineers are showing us how drivers are navigating the new vamp meters from the mercer mess to i five at first drivers are little hesitant to use a shoulder to get to the meter before they get the idea boa dot officials saw in real time cameras is that the meters are making the backups on bursar worse like drivers had feared there was some concern that the ramp meter would back up traffic during the peak period it's not doing that right now if the freeway that's backing up traffic so then what's the point of the ramp meters while engineers say they're most effective toward the end of the peak rush hour tell cleared the congestion on i five faster this is what we expected we certainly need more time to work on it we'd definitely take this very seriously we'll continue to work hard on it that's komo's tammy matassa at seatac airport passengers flying in from philadelphia arrived last night in disbelief over the dead deadly accident komo's joel moreno is outside the airport with what travelers saw and heard this heavily damaged planes sat on the tarmac passengers flying out of philadelphia got some updates from flight crews much was just say they have an emergency landing and i'm thankful to be home that's terrible some flights were cancelled as emergency responders evacuated seven thirty seven travelers say it's hard to fathom the deadly sequence of events i don't even know what to say i'm surprised by it maybe the windows near that area needs to be reinforced in case something like that whatever crash investigators eventually learn it's not luckily keep these people from flying again that's komo's joel moreno we've got an update on sounders service if there are no more slides limited northline service will resume today but check.

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Syria, New York and Us discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

02:07 min | 3 years ago

Syria, New York and Us discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Local syrian activists also watching these developments closely komo's joel moreno spoke with a refugee worker whose family has suffered at the hands of the assad regime as horrible as chemical weapons are this activist says other band munitions have caused atrocities for years in syria yet americans barely take notice she says she supports additional tomahawk attacks but only to force a change in leadership in her country okay s limited military action against the regime should be supported him back to the negotiating table for serious negotiations speaking from new york she gallion hopes the end goal of any us lead action in syria is to force a transition of leadership and the ultimate removal of the assad regime she believes precision strikes against airfields in chemical weapon stockpiles could rattle the syrian government stranglehold on power but what she hasn't heard from president donald trump is a down range strategy to force lasting change once the strikes are over limited military action to check their power and to single serious negotiations would make a difference it would actually change the story i know a lot of people wanna see the story change in syria for the better gallion works with books not bombs it's an organization dedicated to securing scholarships at american universities for syrian war refugees that's komo's joel moreno reporting again we're expecting a camilla pentagon briefing coming up here in just a few moments we will carry that for you live in other news jennifer heart the woman whom police say drove her family off a california cliff was drunk at the time of the rack toxicology reports show that hart had a blood alcohol level of point one zero to well above the legal limit california highway patrol says her wife sarah and her and the two of the air adopted children had significant amount of compound of a compound found in benadryl in their systems that chemical can make people drowsy the hearts in three of their children were found dead after the car went into the pacific ocean last month three other children are missing investigators are still working to identify a body that may be connected to the.

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"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

"Again back out here live neighbors telling us this is not the first time a drive by has happened in this neighborhood investigators tell us the gang unit will be following up on the investigation morgan tammy thank you ask for those suspects police did find one person hiding behind a house and another behind a shed near written avenue shelf patrol officers arrested the other two suspects police say they also found a gun inside that suspect's car churches and nonprofits have a new way to help the homeless in tacoma but the changes will not include a controversial amendment about sex offenders komo's joel moreno was there for the long way to city council vote he joins us live in tacoma with the latest information joel mary tonight the city adopted a set of temporary rules meant to encourage churches like this one to host a homeless shelter but city council member dropped an effort that would have allowed people convicted of low risk sex crimes for me to stay in shelters like this one as well dakota is desperate for more homeless shelters so now city leaders have simplified the permitting process and cut fees for churches and nonprofits willing to host homeless camps frankly the city has had a lot of ordinances and barriers in place to kind of keep this kind of participation from happening up until now but a desire to give low risk sex offenders a chance to stay in these shelters as well struck a nerve with faith groups one of the most important things that my role as the pastor is is to make people feel safe not only be safe but feel safe but excluding.

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"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

"The puyallup river bridge are next komo traffic at one forty four komo forecast now here's staring on pros mostly cloudy for the remainder of today mid fifties for highs then as we make our way through the weekend a partly sunny any saturday right around sixty degrees only low fifties and increasing clouds and a couple of showers on easter sunday in the komo weather center i'm turns on komo news a cloudy for a lot of folks around our area cloudy and fifty two degrees in everett in puyallup it's fifty four degrees with patchy clouds here in seattle i think maybe we're the lucky ones see a lot of clear sky out our windows and it's fifty six degrees at komo news a visiting dignitary could create some big traffic headaches in the greater seattle area today seattle police say they're expecting impacts around the region but nobody knows where or when or at least the people who do art saying anything komo's joel moreno doing some digging all indications are that it is mohammed bin salman the crown prince of saudi arabia now he's already in the united states he travels with icu john's arosh and that could mean some major traffic tie ups is he chris is our area for a series of high level meetings prince mohammad is seen as both and hardliner but apparently this trip to the puget sound it's all about business again komo's joel moreno bloomberg reporting that the prince expects to meet with the heads of amazon boeing and microsoft that could lead to rolling road closures to accommodate the motorcade what we don't know at this point are which roads could be affected or at what times but the entire komo crew has their eyes peeled and we'll let you know as soon as we know anything one thirty six at komo news police and deputies incident amish county have announced a new approach to help address homelessness in the north part of the county and crackdown on nuisance properties komo's carleen johnson reports it is more of a carrot and stick approach to help people who are often battling addiction and ending up on the streets and in the woods so hamas county councilman nate nehring we're gonna do everything we can to get you into treatment and get you into stable housing get you in a job training and get you back on track to healthy and sustainable lifestyle but if you're just looking to continue.

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"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

"The seattle fire medic one units they may be tending to somebody they're a little bit hard sell right now but the impact on traffic heading northbound through downtown seattle is huge there is one lane of traffic getting through the far left lane northbound five at mercer crawling passed the scene as fire and aid have three lanes and the shoulder blocks now you can avoid the scene if you get off of five into downtown and then rejoined the freeway via the mercer northbound on ramp that ramp is not blocked and it'll take you completely by the scene but in the meantime this major aid and fire response is going to have several lanes of northbound five blocks for the time being brian corwin thank you for the update of course we'll have a little bit more and your komo aaa traffic and just about sixty seconds first investigators in average searched the home of a man suspected of shipping packages of explosive powder to government buildings and military bases the suspects neighbors are uneasy as investigators say more dangerous packages could still be there komo's joel moreno has more from everett by most accounts ten com fan kept a low profile where there's ever at neighbors never interacted with them at all but fan was well known to the fbi agents arrested the fortythreeyearold after package bombs started showing up at government agencies and military installations around washington dc he's now charged with shipping explosives and the judge ordered him to remain in custody in addition to the potential bombs court documents say each package also included a rambling.

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"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

"With the first deliveries to southwest airlines komo news time eight oh eight should private helicopters be allowed to land in downtown bellevue the city's looking at that very issue more from komo's jeff pohjola atop the nineteenth story bank of america building in downtown bellevue is kemper development private landing pad it's been there since two thousand eight but isn't used for the last decade the cavity has been in an illegal fight with the city which mandated that only twin engine helicopters could land there effectively rendering it useless according to the seattle times a hearing next week could determine whether that helipad is shut down for good however subsequent loss suits over the result of that hearing could keep the legal fight going for years jeff pohjola komo news komo news time eight oh nine a man was killed right in the middle of i five from komo's joel moreno tells us what happened the driver was cooperative called nine one one to report the collision in the first place apparently this started in the parking lot at the tacoma mall where witnesses say a man was trying to fight with people mall security responded as did tacoma police but the man took off running before any officers ever reached him but that point he jumped the fence and made a dash across i five but was almost immediately and died a short time later state patrol spent a fair amount of time taking measurements and gathering evidence which led to huge traffic backups while that work was underway police are still investigating a deadly shooting in tacoma this morning several people called nine one one around five am yesterday after hearing gunshots on south montgomery street officer loretta cool tells us that they found a man lying in the middle of the.

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"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"joel moreno" Discussed on KOMO

"Time is four thirty one here's the top local stories recovering for a wednesday march fourteenth investigators are still looking for answers as to what led to the triple murder suicide young military family and spanaway komo's joel moreno spoke to the father of the murdered woman about the signs that might have been missed tom reardon describes him at the field is a great mother who always was trying to better herself and says he only learned of their murders in the spanaway home after seeing a disturbing social media posts by his soninlaw clinton field he called the sheriff's office to request a welfare check only to learn it was too late investigators say clinton's own father told them the twenty nine year old air force veterans sought help because of suicidal thoughts from an impending divorce reared and says his daughter just called last week and made no mention of marriage problems or domestic violence issues he also says his daughter never told them about any mental health problems involved in clinton field now we also reached out to clinton's family in florida but the person we reached declined to comment that's komo's joel merino reporting meanwhile a forty two year old man is accused of first degree murder after thirty say he and two others fought over a motorcycle it happened at a homeless camp near owning pierce county prosecutor mark lindquist says twice shoot shot thirty four year old jacob nncholas in the chest and wounded old cassandra harris apparently the defendant believed that the victim had used or taken his motorcycle to is now being held onto million dollars bond as thousands of students across washy didn't get ready to walk out of class and huge anti gun violence demonstration today the aclu is out with an updated guidebook and what they can expect as a result it's called know your rights student political speech protest and walkouts vanessa hernandez youth policy director at the aclu of washington says the guide points out student who students who walk out of class could face an unexcused absence but she says that should not be caused to suspend a student doesn't have a history of unexcused absences and the school doesn't have a history of trying other interventions suspension shouldn't be the default response to a student missing class the guidebook is on the aclu aclu website aclu dash dot org and a.

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