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01:31 min | Last month

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"Yes. You have laws on the books to enforce Yes. The housing first approach is getting people treatment first in housing, uh, but is housing first plan didn't appear to sit well with residents, a spokesman for Council president and rival candidate Lorena Gonzalez, says, quote Photo ops exploiting the suffering of others do not solve anyone's problem. The search is on for a man throwing rocks at vehicles heading into downtown Seattle. KOMO is Jonathan chose says It happened early Friday morning along westbound. I 90 right after the Mount Baker Tunnel near 18th Avenue. I don't know what the motivation is. Troopers arrived immediately chasing the man into the woods near the Mount Baker Tunnel. By that time, I believe here already gone through the tunnel. And disappeared into the green Belt there. It's been a dangerous week for drivers near the city's downtown core trooper Rick Johnson says the man wearing all black clothing, a baseball cap and backpack was the same guy seen throwing objects of cars on Thursday whether it be from an overpass or the side of the freeway. And on Tuesday, Johnson says W SP also responded to reports of more rocks being tossed at vehicles in the same area. One driver was treated at the hospital for injuries so far this year, authorities say they have received 62 calls for rocks or other things like scooters and bicycles being launched at cars near downtown Jonathan Chuck homeowners Washington's new shot of a lifetime vaccine lottery has one local public health acts were pretty happy, you dubs medicine. U Dub medicines, Doctor Ali Mokdad says, just like the Johnson and Johnson vaccine pause. Led to a decline in vaccination rates..

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01:46 min | 3 months ago

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"A shooting that took Willis South Center mall leaves two wounded and clears the shopping center. Officers were called to the mall around noon. Two victims, A 32 and 27 year old man were taken to harbor view with non life threatening injuries Co Most is an phone is at the mall with the latest. They do not believe that this was an active shooter situation. They believed that this was an isolated shooting that happened in the east side of South Central Mall here. So again, they do not believe this was an active shooter situation where the shooter would continue to go down, and perhaps for more people, people inside the mall or ask to shelter in place until officers give them the all clear to come. Out. A gas leak in the South Lake Union neighborhood has been fixed and residents who were evacuated can return to their apartments. Construction crews working in the area this morning say an excavator was digging near Westlake Avenue, north and Republican Street and may have caused the gas leak. Puget Sound Energy tested the air quality before allowing residents to return. Thousands of marchers are expected to gather this Mayday and Seattle to advocate for labor and immigration rights. Come was Jonathan choses. Overall, it's expected to be peaceful, but police and the business community aren't taking any chances. Roxanne into Rosie and her advocacy group one America in this year in particular. Putting an emphasis on immigrants or part of a massive coalition taking to the streets of Seattle for this year's Mayday festivities, community leaders who are all going to be standing in solidarity. And demanding that Congress take action on immigration reform. But there are several other groups gathering to March through the city with different agendas and his concerns. Some of these demonstrations could get hijacked by people bent on chaos and destruction. The Seattle Police Department says officers are closely monitoring.

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02:15 min | 3 months ago

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"The top local stories from the coma. 24 7 News Center, a shooting in tequilas as officers clearing the South Center mods believe two people have been shot a 32 and 27 year old man. They were taken to Harborview. They are not suffering from life threatening injuries. Almost Darren's own has the latest large police response there at the JC Penney store nearby at the Westfield shopping center there at Self Center Mall. We've also seen some pictures from the ground of people sort of congregating are being kept away from the mall again. The goal right now is to get everyone out of the mall as quickly as possible and as safely as possible. Officers at the mall are asking people there to shelter in place until contacted by officers. State troopers have also closed all exit. It's for my five and four or five to South Center because of the incident, they asked people to avoid the area. A gas leak in South Lake Union neighborhood has been fixed and residents who were evacuated this morning can return to the rip Art mints construction crews working in the area, saying excavator was digging near West Lake Avenue, North and Republican Street and may have caused that gas leak. Puget Sound Energy tested the air quality before allowing residents to return. Thousands of marchers are expected to gather this May Day in Seattle to advocate for labor and immigration rights. Cuomo's Jonathan choses overall it's expected to be peaceful, but police and the business community aren't taking any chances Rocks editor Rosie and her advocacy group one America in this year in particular. Putting an emphasis on immigrants or part of a massive coalition taking to the streets of Seattle for this year's Mayday festivities, community leaders who are all going to be standing in solidarity. And demanding that Congress take action on immigration reform. But there are several other groups gathering to March through the city with different agendas and this concerns some of these demonstrations could get hijacked by people bent on chaos and destruction. The Seattle Police Department says officers are closely monitoring online chatter and will craft a response accordingly. But SPD hopes to minimize the presence of officers of the marches remain peaceful. But just in case business owners in the downtown core are being advised to take precautions. Folks we're going with are there too March peacefully, Jonathan show no moments On Tuesday, the state will announce which counties will stay in their current.

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01:50 min | 3 months ago

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"The Comer Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. Early outside the studios of Coma News in downtown Seattle. We have 46 degrees under fair skies. Coma news time is now 4 35 The recall effort against Seattle City councilman Shamans so want will move forward. Even though the state Supreme Court ruled the changes legally and factually sufficient. So wants lawyers haggled over the wording on the ballot, Reasonable voter. Reading this language would conclude that the courts or it's some back finder of appropriate binder back actually made a factual finding so on is accused of misusing city property, illegally granting access to City Hall to a group of her supporters and publicly revealing to protected address of Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin. Thursday, a judge decided on the final language. However, the deadline for turning signatures in is still unclear. State Senate has refused to agree with changes the housemaid to a measure to create a new tax on capital gains. Now, lawmakers from each chamber will start negotiations to see if they can reach a deal before the legislative session and Sunday. Part of the changes that the Senate rejected was language added by House Committee, which essentially blocks of voter referendum at the ballot. The version that nearly passed the Senate last month included an amendment that removed an emergency clause on the bill, which also would have prevented a referendum. Woman whose time is now 4 37. A search is underway for the person accused of shooting two people who are sitting in a car Thursday morning and a homeless encampment in west Seattle. The shooting happened under the First Avenue South Bridge in South Park. Almost Jonathan chose is a man is in stable condition at a woman remains in serious condition heard gunshots and someone screaming. Investigators are looking for a man in his late twenties. The suspect was last seen walking away from the scene. Possibly got into a Dodge vehicle. This man who only.

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02:12 min | 3 months ago

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"Of the pandemic has been a sharp rise in office space vacancies in downtown Seattle. Almost Corwin hate reports. There's some doubt about whether the commercial real estate market will fully rebound. Commercial Realtors, the broad Rick group, says 14.5% of downtown office space. Currently vacant. That's the highest vacancy rate since 2010 at the height of the great recession, the group tells geek wire. It does expect demand to go up as covert 19 vaccination levels continue to rise. There are unknown factors, though primarily to what extent will companies continue to allow the work from home model that has proven popular among employees? CNBC Tech reporter Jennifer Elias says going forward one big Seattle employer, Google will partly embrace that model. Employees will come in the office for these three days a week, but they'll still get some flexibility there. But Broderick Group says it'll be Amazon that determines whether Seattle office real estate rebounds. The group's report says Amazons plans will drive their competitors and other companies to occupy their offices sooner than they may have previously planned. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news More Money is heading to this state from the federal government for those who lost homes during the pandemic city of Seattle has already learned that it's getting $12 million. The rest of King County will divide up nearly 14 million. This money won't expire until 2030, meaning it can be used to tackle homelessness well beyond the pandemic. Police are investigating a shooting that happened near a downtown I five homeless is camp yesterday. Officers say the man was shot in the leg and found near tents pitched along an on ramp. Investigators aren't sure exactly where the shooting happened, but they say the man was heavily intoxicated when they found him. So far. No arrests A man accused of hurling racial slurs at Asian Americans in Seattle has pleaded not guilty to hate crime charges for two separate incidents that happened last month. Now, other alleged victims are speaking about their encounters with Christopher Hamner, and we get the update from comas. Jonathan chose Jenny Wong says her dash cam video shows this man try to cut her off in traffic in Seattle's Beacon Hill neighborhood last month, Wong says What you don't hear are the racial slurs When you keep this head out the window, he said. Evacuations.

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02:02 min | 4 months ago

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"Pierce County Sheriff Ed Troyer, claiming a man threatened to kill him outside his home. But that man says it did not happen that way. Comas Matt Markovich reports that man who was delivering newspapers Reportedly said Troyer called him a porch pirate and followed him to acquire my got some in my driveway. We just tried to kill me. That's Pierce County Sheriff Ed Troyer calling 911 and two in the morning. In my driveway and my neighbor's driveway and he knows who I am, and he tried to kill me and I got him blocked in blocking in Cedric All timer and his car with the sheriff's SUV a few blocks away from the sheriff's home. It happened right here in front of Trevor Anderson's home. What followed wasn't onslaught of police cars. All of a sudden, I hear some screaming and yelling. Get out of the car. Get out of the car! Get out of the car. He saw at least 20 police cars. All timer told the Seattle Times He was on his normal newspaper route, and Troyer followed him with his SUV any never threatened the sheriff. In a statement, Troyer said. I stand by my original recorded statement to dispatch where I reported that there were verbal threats made. I am saddened to learn that Mr all time or felt he was threatened in unfair manner, Markovich Communion, Violent Night and Skyway Thursday for two Asian owned businesses, adding to the fear already being experienced by many That community call most Jonathan chose, saying a massage parlor robbed on Renton Avenue in a stray bullet hit a dry cleaner on Rainer Ava's well urge A man and woman kind of screaming neighbor, Adrian Oliver lives right above the South Bay spot and called 911 after hearing multiple gunshots Thursday evening, I heard five in succession, authorities say two men spotted on surveillance video rob the Chinese own massage parlor at gunpoint. Shooting a customer in the leg during their getaway. There's still on the run. We could see the gods had this through this door, just a couple miles away. Police a QC cleaners got hit by a stray bullet. After some type of fight outside Young Kim's business. You don't know it's it. The other person is gonna hurt me. One not, Jim says with the rise of Asian hate incidents across the country, she couldn't help but wonder if the bullet was intended for her store because.

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02:03 min | 4 months ago

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"Attendance. For one Hank Co. Moh news. Several members of the chemist High School football team and other student athletes attended a party together last Friday. Now at least nine of them have tested positive for Cove. It Students. A campus high school just returned to class this week. But now the district will pause in person instruction and the Colombian reports the football game against battleground this Friday has been canceled. Seattle Struggling small business community could get some much needed help to survive the pandemic. Almost Jonathan chose says the City Council is considering a bill that would ease restrictions on start ups that are being run out of garages and homes. The bill got through the City Council's land use and neighborhoods committee. Temporary allows mom and pop operators to put up bigger signs outside garages and driveways. Customers can now walk up to buy without appointments, more employees will be allowed to work on site in the city won't be cracking down on the business if it causes traffic congestion in the neighborhood. This would only be in effect for the next year and has to be Compliant with covert 19 rules already in place for businesses. Council member Dan Strauss is the lead sponsor on this bill. We're making these interim changes to the code. They're only going to last a year. We're going to see what works. What doesn't work. We've already created the framework to understand if any of these provisions would be made permanent vote on. That measure is expected Monday. The Dicks driving chain is being accused of violating some covert 19 health requirements. The state Department of Labor and Industries has received complaints from five workers about mask violations, pressure toe work while awaiting Covad test results, poor sanitation and other issues. One former worker who did not want to be identified, wants to see changes made because I know that they say that they have a lot of policies, but saying that you have a policy and enforcing a policy is very different. In a statement, Dick says it takes the safety of its employees and customers very seriously. And is now investigating co Moh news time. 8 10 Let's get to the Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk for an update from Eric Height season for Tom, both the U Dub Huskies and the Washington State Cougars make early exits from the Pac 12 tournament. The Huskies made a late charge O Quanta Green, the Deep.

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01:35 min | 5 months ago

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"Across western Washington, so avoid traveling of possible otherwise, use caution. Give yourself plenty of stopping room. Expect road crews to be concentrating on keeping the major arterials open. So that means that snow could build up on the side road. So plan ahead. Also on the ferries with the continued snow in the forecast, very writers should be ready for the possibility of the state very system could be on a severe weather schedule. My Conklin, Cuomo 24 7 Traffic. Shannon O'Donnell has your coma forecast from the diversified crawl Space Weather Center and in the snow love it or hate it. Here it comes for Valentine's Day weekend. We've got a winter storm warning in place that includes most of Western Washington will see 2 to 12 inches of snow in most locations somewhere between those two Heaviest amounts most likely round Hood Canal West side of the kits out Peninsula Thurston and Louis counties because of these easterly winds coming out of the Cascades and pushing the snow to the west side of the sound, belling him and parts the Skagit want Come. County's not too much snow it all maybe an inch or two again. It gets heavier, the further south you go, and it will be heaviest on either side of midnight into Saturday morning in the couple Weather Center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell, with freezing temperatures and snow homeless shelters and Snohomish County are quickly filling up. Comas. Jonathan choses Jeremies Swartz of the Ever gospel mission says these locations were already struggling with limited space because of covert 19 restrictions Covert and the cold. It's quite a challenging combination and locations like the Gospel mission or start to fill up and people may have to be turned away in this difficult realities Playing out across the city, the Salvation Army says mattresses.

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2 Everett cold weather shelters at capacity as snow moves in, city of Seattle opens two more

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01:25 min | 5 months ago

2 Everett cold weather shelters at capacity as snow moves in, city of Seattle opens two more

"And snow homeless shelters is Snohomish County are quickly filling up. And Cuomo's Jonathan chose is Jeremiah Swartz of the effort. Gospel Mission says these locations were already struggling with limited space because of covert 19 restrictions Covert and the cold. It's quite a challenging combination and locations like the Gospel mission are starting to fill up and people may have to be turned away in this difficult realities. Playing out across the city, the Salvation Army says mattresses are being rolled up with the shelters near capacity and the United Church of Christ shelter. It's already full and the only reason the ever gospel mission as a few more openings is because crews there are pushing the boundaries of covert 19 social distancing requirements, adding an additional 38 beds for the winter blast. If somebody stays outside And the temperature's do dropped to 18 degrees right with snow and all of that they might not wake up tomorrow, the Snohomish County Human Services Department says of shelters. Philip Overflow area is set up at the Sky Valley Cold weather shelter in Monroe. And any homeless provider covering the cost of a cab to get there will be reimbursed. City of Seattle has opened two additional cold weather shelters through Monday morning. Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center, Bitter Lake Community Center and Garfield Community Center will be open with a list of more cold weather shelters on our website. Look for the winter Weather Survival guide on our home page it. Cuomo news dot com. State's

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01:32 min | 5 months ago

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"Will continue to fall according to Come on news. Calm. Meteorologists got cystic. Several hours, perhaps into the middle of the afternoon. Snowfall amounts around 4 to 6 in Seattle, There is a chance that it could go more. I have seen some numbers pushed it up toward e. Elsewhere. It could be even deeper up in the Cascade foothills. So we're talking lakes, a mannish and North Bend, you might get a little less in North Pierce County. Charlie Harder. Come on news. Well, maybe an inconvenience to many of us, but the freezing temperatures and snow on the way could be deadly for the homeless. So let's talk about the shelters first in Snohomish County, they are quickly filling up tonight and co most Jonathan choses. Jeremiah's words of the Everett Gospel mission is reporting those locations already struggling with limited space because of the cove in 19 restrictions, hold it and the cold. It's quite a challenging combination and locations like the Gospel mission or start to fill up and people may have to be turned away in this difficult realities. Playing out across the city, the Salvation Army says mattresses are being rolled out. But the shelters near capacity and the United Church of Christ shelter Is already full. And the only reason the ever gospel mission has a few more openings is because crews there are pushing the boundaries of covert 19 social distancing requirements, adding an additional 38 beds for the winter blast. If somebody stays outside The temperature's do dropped to 18 degrees right with snow and all of that they might not wake up tomorrow, the Snohomish County Human Services Department says of shelters. Philip Overflow.

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01:44 min | 6 months ago

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"Connected. Stay informed the comb. Oh, morning news. Good morning to you. Welcome to a Tuesday morning 902 clouds and 36 chilly degrees in downtown Seattle. I'm Thomas with our top stories in a coma. 24 7 News center appears County deputy shot and killed a man in grand last night. Investigators say the deputy responded to a domestic violence incident where a man was arguing with his adult son. This is that the Meridian Terrace Mobile home Park deputies say when they got there. The sun was armed with a knife. That's when the deputy fired. No deputies were injured. Some Tacoma City Council members focused on street racing and property destruction and a special meeting last night, upsetting others who say the headline is the police officer who ran over several Spectators last weekend COUPLES. Corwin Hate With the update At the hastily called Special Meeting, Council member Lilian Hunter expressed surprise that Tacoma streets are hosting illegal racing events has not been on my radar screen proliferation of Street racing home Officer Khan Pan was responding to the racing exhibition. When he drove his SUV into the crowd, injuring two. Deputy mayor Keith Blocker says the officer's action should command the council's attention. We could talk about street racing ordinances and No, none of that matters if we can't get policing right. The incident sparked two nights of destructive protests in downtown Tacoma. The council has scheduled a forum today for members of the public to weigh in In the meantime, Mayor Victoria Woodard says much work lies ahead. That will make sure hopefully that this doesn't happen, but that when it does weaken, take swift action. Or when Haig Co. Moh news and one of the people hit by a Tacoma police cruiser over the weekend, may sue the city. He spoke with Cuomo's Jonathan chose Evan.

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01:42 min | 7 months ago

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"Cloudy skies in Seattle and 43 degrees with Greg Herschel Time Man. The factor here. The top stories from the Come on 24 7 News center. At least one Republican member of Congress from our state wants no part of that GOP led challenge to tomorrow's electoral college count. His representative Dan Newhouse, from Sunnyside. He has signed on to Kentucky Republican Thomas Masses Letter disowning the effort. Camo news political analyst Ron Dots Our tells us those who continue to call the election fraudulent do so against all evidence to the contrary, Attorney general the United States of America has said. There is nothing that has been irregular about our elections. The two other Republican members of Congress from our state Jamie Herrera, Butler and Cathy McMorris, Rodgers, have not indicated whether they will support the Electoral College Challenge. A former University of Washington student body president will soon be part of the new White House staff. Crystal ball. Alex has been picked to be President Elect Biden's deputy Cabinet secretary. He had served as senior adviser to Biden on Biden. Harris Campaign Governor Jay Inslee is expected to give us an update on our state's coronavirus responsive to 30 this afternoon last week when he extended some of the restrictions until next Monday, he promised more details on a reopening plan. And we will let you know what he has to say. This afternoon. Protesters are defending some of the businesses that's refused to follow the governor's covert restrictions. Gumbel's Jonathan choses to restaurant owners will face a judge today during the hearing that could determine their futures. Demonstrators showed up with signs and flags supporting farm boy driving the paralyzed for the fight for freedom. Right now, this May town restaurant just south of Olympia is turning into one of the faces of defiance. Joey Gibson, founder of Patriot Prayer and other supporters are.

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01:30 min | 10 months ago

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"Will be pushing close to 80 degrees, with a sunny, dry forecast there much of next week and the Common Weather Center, a meteorologist Kristen Clark. Damage from this week's protest is going to be costly for business owners come. Oh, Suzanne phone has more from Capitol Hill. Taro Nagashima can't believe his eyes. His surveillance video captured the attack on Ramadan built on Thursday night, Someone broke his dual pane windows. And then he said, they toss an explosive into his restaurant. I thought if younger kids With the skateboard. Throw the fortunate the restaurant was empty, and no one was hurt. And around the corner, Hugo House more cleanup. Someone broke the windows there. At Central Lutheran Church, which is across the street from Cal Anderson Park. The pastor there believes a vandal to damage our facilities manager saw a person Was wearing black and had a hoodie on, he says. Someone hurled rocks at the church, breaking five intricate 100 year old stained glass windows. It's highly likely that the person was a part of the protest, but we don't know Suzanne Fawn common use. Nights of protests and violence on Seattle's Capitol Hill this week. Comas Jonathan chose is frustrated Neighbors and business owners want to know when city leaders will respond. Silence is definitely nice to have some leadership. Amanda Rinaldi manages our Fellows restaurant and says, at the very least, she would like to hear from city leaders condemning the violence After nights of protests near her restaurant.

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01:41 min | 10 months ago

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"Forecast there much of next week and the common Weather Center a meteorologist Kristen Clark. Cloudy skies currently 63 degrees in Seattle. Damage from this week's protest is going to be costly for business owners here. Camo Suzanne Fawn has more from Capitol Hill. Taro Nagashima can't believe his eyes. His surveillance video captured the attack on Roman Down built on Thursday night, Someone broke his dual pane windows, and then he said, they toss an explosive into his restaurant. I thought if Yang Keith With the skateboard. Throw the award. Fortunately, the restaurant was empty and no one was hurt. And around the corner, Hugo House more cleanup. Someone broke the windows there. At Central Lutheran Church, which is across the street from Cal Anderson Park. The pastor there believes a vandal did damage facilities manager saw a person Was wearing black and had a hoodie on, he says. Someone hurled rocks at the church, breaking five intricate 100 year old stained glass windows highly likely that the person was a part of the protest. But we don't know Suzanne fun common news nights of protests and violence on Seattle's Capitol Hill this week Come was Jonathan chose is frustrated neighbors and business owners want to know when City leaders will respond. The silence is definitely nice to have some leadership, Amanda Rinaldi manages all Fellows restaurant and says, at the very least, she would like to hear from city leaders condemning the violence shattered nights of protests near her restaurant in Capitol Hill. Any statement will be great. Definitely put a lot of the restaurant owners and just business owners and staff at ease.

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02:01 min | 11 months ago

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"I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. We'll both Bellevue in Seattle now at 88 degrees to coma 82 in the ever temperature 79. You're in the middle of 20 Minutes of nonstop news on coma with 606, a park seen by some is a hub for crime and homelessness will soon undergo some changes. Income was Ryan Harris tells us It'll come with plenty of input from the surrounding community. Cale Anderson Park doesn't have the most savory reputation on Seattle's Capitol Hill. But is the Parks Department seeks neighbors advice on how to improve it, it reminded of and one to honor its legacy as a center of the G B T community. But safety in the park is also a top concern. So in addition to improvements to things like lighting consultant Juliet Vaughn with H B B landscape architecture, says activating areas of the park can also help with things like a community garden or conversation. Circles. It's something people say they want, and Vaughn says it doesn't have to be formal, different size, faces different types of gathering and then also just how individuals feel comfortable talking to each other in a different kinds of space is another thing. Many people nearby say they want this help from human services for the people who see the park is a place to live and not just a visit. Ryan Harris CAMO News, the Seattle Police Union president under new scrutiny for a recent social media post, Como's Jonathan chose, says the targets and independent journalists covering our region's protests. Davidow belters media idea was posted on Twitter by Seattle Police Officers Guild president Mike Solan. Accompanied by a comet that reads in part. Unfortunately, in your hasty escape from spot a few minutes ago, you dropped your press pass since I have it. Does this mean I'm now part of the resistance? That's Doc's ing. And at the end of the day that put my family in danger, particularly when you have Avery right wing group of followers. Including a group of followers that generally have some violent ideology Docks. ING is essentially putting someone's personal information online for everyone to see. There's no Doc Sting here. It all Solan says. Oh, belts, is misinterpreting his post and says he simply wants to give back the badge. That's his press pass.

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03:07 min | 11 months ago

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"Former McDonald's franchise owners are suing for discrimination, saying they didn't get the same support as white McDonald's owners. I'm Sherry Preston ABC News News 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning, It's 5 31. The month of September has arrived someplace is seeing a little fog this morning like in Port Angeles, but it's a very pleasant morning here in Seattle with 58 degrees, the current temperature I'm Greg Hershel. Amanda is off this morning. These are our top stories, and we start with some breaking news cars inside a wrecking yard and Kent have gone up in flames. Almost Carleen Johnson has been working her way toward that scene and can tell us what we know so far, Carlene. Greg. I am on 78th Avenue south in the Kanto area, trying to get close to this scene where, As you reported early this morning, we had reports of this wrecking yard fire, reportedly several cars going up in the concern, according to the King County sheriff's deputy who's got 78th Avenue. Self blocked off is for at least one if not Mohr, Diesel tanks, Large diesel tanks, Obviously Concern about that, though they are keeping us some distance away, he told the judge. In his words. This is a pretty big fire, ma'am, We need to keep you back. So again. We are attempting to To the scene. From my vantage point. I cannot see any flames or smoke, but you cannot get through on 78th Avenue self. It's approximately 21st and 78th Avenue south down here in the valley. We'll bring you more as soon as I can get closer to the scene. Reporting live. Carleen Johnson. Come on. All right. Carly will be in touch. Some districts are already back to classes in the virtual form. At this morning. A Snoqualmie Valley and Vashon Island School started yesterday. District opening today include Arlington Sha, Hey, Lis, Issaquah, Lake Washington and Tahoma. And there's a new report suggesting the childcare options in our state are about to be cut in half more from comas Brian Calvert. The research is from the Tacoma based group Child Care. Aware their findings, 64% of childcare providers surveyed say they've lost at least half of their income since the start of covert 19 and nearly half predict we'll be forced to close their doors permanently. This means when students are finally back in school and parents returned to the office, there's going to be an extraordinary demand on the childcare providers that remain. The Puget Sound Business Journal identifies the Y M C. A is the largest provider of child care in Washington, Jennifer Willows with the Snohomish Y says she lost 90% of her staff over the summer. That being said why emcee of Snohomish County never hit its maximum childcare capacity. What those expects that to change in the next few weeks, likely as they absorb kids from facilities forced to close Brian Calvert camo new local universities and colleges are coping with the new Covad realities. As we hear from comas. Jonathan chose me like gun Germans looking forward to campus life. I mean, it's nice, you know, it's going to move out of the house. It was like the next part of my life, but he says it won't be the same. All because of covert 19. You can't really go to parties anymore. After careful consideration. Seattle University is allowing more than 1200 students back into residence Hall this week. But there will be some major changes. Flip also master everything from testing of all students before.

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Protesters stop traffic in Seattle, shutdown public entrance of King County Jail

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00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Protesters stop traffic in Seattle, shutdown public entrance of King County Jail

"Traffic to a standstill yesterday morning on a major Seattle highway and then tried to get into the King County jail more from comas. Jonathan chose a spokesperson says protesters try to get inside around around noon noon before before being being stopped stopped by by security. security. We We were were also also harassed. harassed. As As we we try try to to record record what what was was going going on. on. But But even even before before showing showing up up to to the the jail, jail, this this group temporarily stopped outside Harborview Hospital and also drove their cars through the highway 99 total near downtown Seattle. They got out of their vehicles being drums and Traffic to a standstill before moving on to the jail. Big given all of us. One of the protestors wanted to speak with us or tell us why they were marching. They did chant Black lives matter, defund Seattle police and called for prison reform officers were called, but SPD says known was arrested as the

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01:38 min | 1 year ago

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"Cascade foothills at the present time right now in Seattle. We're actually seeing An occasional son break with mostly cloudy skies and it's 63 degrees Come on news time 806 new numbers from the state Health Department in our States Corona virus outbreak confirming 425 new cases of covert 19. 30. More people have been hospitalized. 13 more people have died, pushing the death toll in Washington toe 1822 in the recent plateaus in our Corona virus numbers appear to be continuing in a slow downward trend. We get more from Cuomo's Ryan Harris. Those numbers starting to trend downward include new cases, the percentage of positive tests and hospitalizations. State health officer Dr Kathy Low Piece says that's a sign virus activity is starting to decrease in our state on the question of models, suggesting Recent protests contributed to the spike in King County. Lo Fi, says case investigators didn't hear from many people who reported having gone to protest. Now they're clearly were some people you know who had gone and it's hard to know you know how many people may have gone and they never got diagnosed and then spread it to other people. It also relies on people who have openly expressed that this trust in government answering contact tracers questions honestly. State health leaders say they believe masking and distancing are making a dent in the numbers. Ryan Harris Comeau news protesters brought traffic to a standstill yesterday morning on a major Seattle highway and then tried to get into the King County jail more from comas. Jonathan chose a spokesperson says protesters try to get inside around noon before being stopped by security. We were also harassed. As we try to record what was going on. But even before showing up to the jail, this.

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Random attack on woman, 89, in Ballard, Seattle, stirs concern

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00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Random attack on woman, 89, in Ballard, Seattle, stirs concern

"Another random attack in Ballard, Cuomo's Jonathan choses This time it was on an elderly woman. We say this incident happened earlier this week, a woman pushing readable Han right here is you tried across Northwest Market Street. Thankfully, there were no cars passing by at the time, Theeighty nine year old is recovering now dealing with multiple stitches on her chin and several bruises. Unfortunately, she did not get a good look at the suspect who is still on the loose. Witnesses say behinds attacker is a well known homeless woman with mental health issues standing here. From behind push right there. Right there right there, and the woman who pushed her took off running. This is a woman you know she almost on a daily basis if she's coming out of the safe way, screaming car's dirty cars on is a long time fixture in this community, affectionately known as the ballads, and she's always wearing oversized funky glasses. Jonathan Show

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02:21 min | 1 year ago

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"And another case of a small adult family home it hasn't been name so far they say the cases are connected because a staff member who tested positive worked at both facilities Thursday the state department of health issued an order requiring widespread testing at long term care facilities your goal is for all staff and residents at assisted living facilities to be tested within four weeks okay let's get on with us Saturday here and some protests planned here's Seattle readies for the protest again we have one at noon in downtown Seattle growing concern about anarchists and other fringe elements disrupting the March for this when we go to calls Jonathan chosen up to Seattle police leaders say they will use the exact same playbook the abuse for past protests an organizer's once again are urging everyone to remain peaceful hundreds of people are expected to March from Seattle's Westlake center to the federal court house and back faith leaders and community activists will speak about George Floyd the black man who died at the hands of a white Minneapolis police officer earlier this week sparking violent protests and riots across the nation as PD says officers will allow peaceful protests but the moment they see property damage or violence arrests will be made and because we are still living through covert nineteen organizer's arrest marchers to wear masks and gloves I will speak in the beginning to the audience into the crowd that we don't operate with violence right and if you operate outside of that and we're not accountable to it for you anymore you have to deal with law enforcement so I know their friends elements that come in wait for opportunities like this to co op as PD says officers are closely monitoring the situation again we have a full Coleman Cruz signed today here to monitor events in downtown Seattle so keep us tuned in Carmel and one thousand FM ninety seven seven protests as well in Portland in fact their mayor Ted Wheeler announcing curfews in effect they will start tonight at eight and run until six tomorrow morning in the Portland area late last night police announced of the downtown area was not safe and ask people to leave immediately demonstrators converged on the justice center in southwest Portland graffiti was painted on the building including profanity and other vandalism including broken windows one police precinct actually protesters got inside and started a fire other news we have this morning we know the upper west.

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