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"joshua curtis" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"joshua curtis" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"Autumn is how willing people are to up and quit for what they view as greener pastures will get that reading today I'm David Brancaccio hiring in September was good but below trend still the unemployment rate hit a fifty year low later this morning we'll get the Aug job openings Labor turnover survey acronym jolts here's marketplace's Mitchell Hartman job openings peaked late last year and have fallen off a bit since then but the quits rate which tracks workers voluntarily leaving their jobs is now at an eighteen year high economist Joseph Bruce Willis at our SM consulting individuals are fairly confident that if the quit their job they're going to get another one for higher pay web developer Joshua Curtis a Phoenix started job hunting last year he figured his current employer underpaying him by about thirty percent and his landlord had just nearly doubled the rent but I did not get a lot of job offers very picky about what the want and this is the kind of developers here he expanded his search nationwide and in February got an offer exactly the pay raise I was looking for you Thomas Justice Bruce Willis warns that this tight hot labor market may not last weekly jobless claims especially in states heavily dependent on trade and factoring have been edging up recently I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace the drug company Johnson Johnson has been hit with an eight billion dollars punitive damages by a court in Philadelphia yesterday the jury found the company downplayed risks of its drug rispler doll used to treat psychosis but in this case autism marketplace's Nancy Marshall Genzer is here with more on the jury's thinking here well David the jury decided that Johnson and Johnson didn't do enough to warn the he shouldn't Nicholas Murray who's now in his twenties that risperidone could cause him to Grope Russ he started taking it when he was child for treatment of symptoms related to his some Murray's lawyers say the jury sent a message that Johnson and Johnson's actions were deliberate and malicious what is Johnson and Johnson saying about eight Billion Dollars Company says the verdict is excessive and it will appeal Johnson and Johnson also says it was prevented from making meaningful defense because key evidence was excluded it says the jury didn't hear it's opinion that were sprawls label quote outlined the risks and this comes about a week and a half after J. J. reached a twenty million dollar settlement agreement on opioids right and that agreement is with two counties in Ohio resolves their claims Johnson and Johnson contributed to widespread addiction with its opioid drugs but the company still faces hundreds of other the opioid lawsuits Johnson and Johnson stock is down one point eight percent in pre-market trading now some other numbers the footsie.

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"joshua curtis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"joshua curtis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hiring in September was good but below trend still the unemployment rate hit a fifty year low later this morning we'll get the August job openings in labor turnover survey acronym jolts here's marketplaces Mitchell Hartman job openings peaks late last year and have fallen off a bit since then but the quits rate which tracks workers voluntarily leaving their jobs is now in an eighteen year high economist Joseph purse well us that our S. M. consulting individuals are fairly confident that if they quit their job they're going to get another one for higher pay with the developer Joshua Curtis a Phoenix started job hunting last year he figured his current employer was underpaying him by about thirty percent and his landlord had just nearly doubled the rent but I did not get a lot of job offers they're very picky about what they want and this is kind of a glut of developers here he expanded his search nationwide and in February got an offer exactly the pay rate I was looking for economists juices Bruce Willis warns that this tight hot labor market may not last weekly jobless claims especially in states heavily dependent on trade and manufacturing have been edging up recently I'm Mitchell Hartman for market place the drug company Johnson and Johnson has been hit with eight billion dollars in punitive damages yesterday a jury in Philadelphia found the company down played risks of Risperdal all that's used to treat psychosis but in this case autism market place's Nancy Marshall gets or has more on the jury's thinking here what do you mean the jury decided that Johnson and Johnson didn't do enough to warn the patient Nicholas Murray who's now in his twenties that Risperdal could cause him to grow grass he started taking it when he was a child for treatment of symptoms related to autism Murray's lawyers say the jury sent a message that Johnson Johnson's actions were deliberate and malicious what is Johnson and Johnson saying about eight in dollars the company says the verdict is excessive and it will appeal Johnson Johnson also says it was prevented from making a meaningful defense because key evidence was excluded it says the jury didn't hear its opinion that receber dolls label quote outlined the risks in this comes about a week and a half after J. and J. reached a twenty million dollar settlement agreement on opioids right and that agreement is with two counties in Ohio it resolves their claims that Johnson and Johnson contributed to widespread addiction with its opioid drugs but the company still faces hundreds of other opioid lawsuits Jane J. stock is down two point six percent in premarket trading the footsie stock index.

"joshua curtis" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"joshua curtis" Discussed on KCRW

"Hiring in September was good but below trend still the unemployment rate hit a fifty year low later this morning we'll get the August job openings in labor turnover survey acronym jolts here's marketplaces Mitchell Hartman job openings peaks late last year and have fallen off a bit since then but the quits rate which tracks workers voluntarily leaving their jobs is now in an eighteen year high economist Joseph purse well us that our S. M. consulting individuals are fairly confident that if they quit their job they're going to get another one for higher pay with the developer Joshua Curtis a Phoenix started job hunting last year he figured his current employer was underpaying him by about thirty percent and his landlord had just nearly doubled the rent but I did not get a lot of job offers they're very picky about what they want and this is kind of a glut of developers here he expanded his search nationwide and in February got an offer exactly the pay rate I was looking for economists juices Bruce Willis warns that this tight hot labor market may not last weekly jobless claims especially in states heavily dependent on trade and manufacturing have been edging up recently I'm Mitchell Hartman for market place the drug company Johnson and Johnson has been hit with eight billion dollars in punitive damages yesterday a jury in Philadelphia found the company down played risks of Risperdal all that's used to treat psychosis but in this case autism market place's Nancy Marshall gets or has more on the jury's thinking here what David the jury decided that Johnson and Johnson didn't do enough to warn the patient Nicholas Murray who's now in his twenties that Risperdal could cause him to grow grass he started taking it when he was a child for treatment of symptoms related to autism Murray's lawyers say the jury sent a message that Johnson Johnson's actions were deliberate and malicious what is Johnson and Johnson saying about eight in dollars the company says the verdict is excessive and it will appeal Johnson Johnson also says it was prevented from making a meaningful defense because key evidence was excluded I it says the jury didn't hear its opinion that receber dolls label quote outlined the risks in this comes about a week and a half after J. and J. reached a twenty million dollar settlement agreement on opioids right and that agreement is with two counties in Ohio it resolves their claims that Johnson and Johnson contributed to widespread addiction with its opioid drugs but the company still faces hundreds of other opioid lawsuits Jane J. stock is down two point six percent in premarket trading the footsie stock.

"joshua curtis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"joshua curtis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Focused on transforming how work gets done with HR talent time benefits and payroll informed by data and designed for people AT P. always designing for people I'm David Brancaccio hiring in September was good but below trend still the unemployment rate hit a fifty year low later this morning we'll get the August job openings in labor turnover survey acronym jolts here's market place's Mitchell Hartman job openings peaks late last year and have fallen off a bit since then but the quits rate which tracks workers voluntarily leaving their jobs is now in an eighteen year high economist Joseph purse well us set our S. M. consulting individuals are fairly confident that if they quit their job they're going to get another one for higher pay with the developer Joshua Curtis a Phoenix started job hunting last year he figured his current employer was underpaying him by about thirty percent and his landlord had just nearly doubled the rent but I did not get a lot of job offers they're very picky about what they want and this is kind of a glut of developers here he expanded his search nationwide and in February got an offer exactly the pay rate I was looking for economists juices Bruce Willis warns that this tight hot labor market may not last weekly jobless claims especially in states heavily dependent on trade and manufacturing have been edging up recently I'm Mitchell Hartman for market place the drug company Johnson and Johnson has been hit with an eight billion dollar punitive damages by a court in Philadelphia yesterday the jury found the company down played risks of its drug Risperdal used to treat psychosis but in this case autism marketplaces Nancy Marshall ganzer is here with more on the jury's thinking here well David the jury decided that Johnson and Johnson didn't do enough to warn the patient Nicholas Murray who's now in his twenties that Risperdal could cause him to grow brass he started taking it when he was a child for treatment of symptoms related to autism Murray's lawyers say the jury sent a message that Johnson Johnson's actions were deliberate and malicious what is Johnson and Johnson saying about eight billion dollars the company says the verdict is excessive and it will appeal Johnson Johnson also says it was prevented from making a meaningful defense because key evidence was excluded it says the jury didn't hear its opinion that respect all's label quote outlined the risks in this comes about a week and a half after J. and J. reached a twenty million dollar settlement agreement on opioids right and that agreement is with two counties in Ohio it resolves their claims that Johnson and Johnson contributed to widespread addiction with its opioid drugs but the company still faces hundreds of other opioid lawsuits Johnson Johnson stock is down one point eight percent in premarket trading now some other numbers the footsie index in London is.

"joshua curtis" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"joshua curtis" Discussed on KCRW

"Forex trading involves significant risk of loss and by A. T. P. focused on transforming how work gets done with HR talent time benefits and payroll informed by data and designed for people AT P. always designing for people I'm David Brancaccio hiring in September was good but below trend still the unemployment rate hit a fifty year low later this morning we'll get the August job openings in labor turnover survey acronym jolts here's market place's Mitchell Hartman job openings peaks late last year and have fallen off a bit since then but the quits rate which tracks workers voluntarily leaving their jobs is now an an eighteen year high economist Joseph purse well us that our S. M. consulting individuals are fairly confident that if they quit their job they're going to get another one for higher pay with the developer Joshua Curtis a Phoenix started job hunting last year he figured his current employer was underpaying him by about thirty percent and his landlord had just nearly doubled the rent but I did not get a lot of job offers they're very picky about what they want and this is kind of a glut of developers here he expanded his search nationwide and in February got an offer exactly the pay rate I was looking for economists juices Bruce Willis warns that this tight hard labor market may not last weekly jobless claims especially in states heavily dependent on trade and manufacturing have been edging up recently I'm Mitchell Hartman for market place the drug company Johnson and Johnson has been hit with an eight billion dollar punitive damages by a court in Philadelphia yesterday the jury found the come he downplayed risks of its drug Risperdal all used to treat psychosis but in this case autism marketplaces Nancy Marshall ganzer is here with more on the jury's thinking here what do you mean the jury decided that Johnson and Johnson didn't do enough to warn the patient Nicholas Murray who's now in his twenties that Risperdal could cause him to grow brass he started taking it when he was a child for treatment of symptoms related to autism Murray's lawyers say the jury sent a message that Johnson Johnson's actions were deliberate and malicious what is Johnson and Johnson saying about eight billion dollars the company says the verdict is excessive and it will appeal Johnson Johnson also says it was prevented from making a meaningful defense because key evidence was excluded it says the jury didn't hear its opinion that receber dolls label quote outlined the risks in this comes about a week and a half after J. and J. reached a twenty million dollar settlement agreement on opioids right and that agreement is with two counties in Ohio it resolves their claims that Johnson and Johnson contributed to widespread addiction with its opioid drugs but the company still faces hundreds of other opioid lawsuits Johnson Johnson stock is down one point eight percent in premarket trading now some other numbers the footsie index in London is.

"joshua curtis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"joshua curtis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And by A. T. P. focused on transforming how work gets done with HR talent time benefits and payroll informed by data and designed for people AT P. always designing for people I'm David Brancaccio hiring in September was good but below trend still the unemployment rate hit a fifty year low later this morning we'll get the August job openings in labor turnover survey acronym jolts here's marketplaces Mitchell Hartman job openings peaks late last year and have fallen off a bit since then but the quits rate which tracks workers voluntarily leaving their jobs is now an an eighteen year high economist Joseph purse well us that our S. M. consulting individuals are fairly confident that if they quit their job they're going to get another one for higher pay with the developer Joshua Curtis a Phoenix started job hunting last year he figured his current employer was underpaying him by about thirty percent and his landlord had just nearly doubled the rant but I did not get a lot of job offers they're very picky about what they want and this is kind of a glut of developers here he expanded his search nationwide and in February got an offer exactly the pay rate I was looking for economists juices Bruce Willis warns that this tight hot labor market may not last weekly jobless claims especially in states heavily dependent on trade and manufacturing have been edging up recently I'm Mitchell Hartman for market place the drug company Johnson and Johnson has been hit with an eight billion dollar unitive damages by a court in Philadelphia yesterday the jury found the company down played risks of its drug Risperdal used to treat psychosis but in this case autism marketplaces Nancy Marshall ganzer is here with more on the jury's thinking here well given the jury decided that Johnson and Johnson didn't do enough to warn the patient Nicholas Murray who's now in his twenties that Risperdal could cause him to grow brass he started taking it when he was a child for treatment of symptoms related to autism Murray's lawyers say the jury sent a message that Johnson Johnson's actions were deliberate and malicious what is Johnson and Johnson thing about eight billion dollars the company says the verdict is excessive and it will appeal Johnson Johnson also says it was prevented from making a meaningful defense because key evidence was excluded it says the jury didn't hear its opinion that respect all's label quote outlined the risks in this comes about a week and a half after J. and J. reached a twenty million dollar settlement agreement on opioids right and that agreement is with two counties in Ohio it resolves their claims that Johnson and Johnson contributed to widespread addiction with its opioid drugs but the company still faces hundreds of other opioid lawsuits Johnson Johnson stock is down one point eight percent in premarket trading now some other numbers the footsie index.

"joshua curtis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"joshua curtis" Discussed on KOMO

"Be forced to close shop. Let's get the latest on the story from komo's Charlie Harger, Charlie Rick. I'm outside the ditch location right now, if you've lived here for a long time like you, and I have you know, this as the old way drive in location. There's a Lowe's hardware. I and other shops as well when Dick's Bill here just a few months ago, they had anticipated being here very long time. However, just behind this location is where the new light rail line. We'll go without light rail line is also something that needs to be maintained. It sound transit. Now saying that this may be one of the locations. They choose for a sound sound transit light rail maintenance facility. Well, that would require is huge hair down the lows in tear down this Dick's now. The owners of dick say, wait a second. We Bill hearing good state. We had no idea. This might happen. There have to be other locations. The mayor of can't is also here. She's pointing just down the street just down the street is the old midway landfill. She says that would be a much more suitable location is just half a mile down the road. And that's really could you meet this on the light rail trains, so far sound transit has not taken this location off. There are five. Locations where they could build that light rail maintenance facility, we're following. This story is developing through the afternoon reporting live, Charlie harder, KOMO news. And Charlie this is the most recent edition right to the Dick's chain of hamburgers. Brand new location. It is just being here. A couple of months rake now, you know, Dick's has had his eyes on making a different locations throughout the Puget Sound area. This they said was one of their key locations that would be the basis for them expanding even more, but this particular location where to go away they're saying you might not be able to expand to other locations nearly as quickly as we had hoped. All right, Charlie Harger in Kansas. He said we'll continue on the story. The Seattle city council now considering a proposal for how to develop the downtown waterfront. Once the Alaskan way by doctors gone. It's a one hundred sixty million dollar plan to build a new park and improve transportation Joshua Curtis with the city's office of the waterfront telling the city council how much it would cost property owners in the neighborhood and median condo owner would have a one time assessment of one thousand nine hundred dollars. They chose to finance that with the city of twenty years that would end up being about eight dollars a month. Plus financing, of course. He says it would cost commercial property owners in the area total of fifty nine hundred dollars which they can spread out over twenty years. Opponents say the cost should be spread out across the entire city. Not just paid my neighborhood property owners businesses along the waterfront say, the dry weather earlier this week helped soften the impact in the blow of the viaduct closure. But a lot of shop owners in that area. Still fear. Wet weather. We'll keep their customers away. When crew started demolition of the viaduct. Mike Osborne was SaaS ios produce telling us there's a ton of apprehension of what's going to happen. When it starts raining and win the three weeks turns into five weeks some shops and restaurants are trying to dry in more customers by extending their hours or offering deals or parking vouchers while highway ninety nine is closed and undocumented immigrants is back with his family. And now gets the chance to stay in the US more from komo's Carleen Johnson. Tacoma news Tribune profiled. Leo, Baena Gomez story last week and undocumented immigrants facing the very real prospect of being deported to bottom Mullah, immigration and customs enforcement officials and picked him up in the parking lot of children's dentist office in late October, and he was likely to be deported because of two prior do you is by his attorney told the judge that Baena Gomez has been sober. Now. More than a year is a hard worker and needs to remain here to care for his wife and five children. But here Gomez, cried tears of joy when the judge surprisingly granted him, permanent residency. Carleen johnson. Komo news. A former teacher in the Marysville school district is sentenced to thirty days in jail for an inappropriate encounter with a fourteen year old student forty nine year old Paul Chaka, pleading guilty this week in a plea agreement that dropped an original felony charge Snohomish county prosecutors say he and the student exchanged sexually charged messages on social media last summer, they later met at a Marysville park where they talked and hug. The Everett herald reports the pair had conversations about planning other physical contact with the girl told someone before that happened that person called police as the government shutdown continues..

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"joshua curtis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"joshua curtis" Discussed on KOMO

"By his gone. It's a one hundred sixty million dollar plan to build a new park and improve transportation. Joshua Curtis says the city's office of the waterfront told the council how much it would cost property owners in the neighborhood and median condo owner would have a one time assessment of one thousand nine hundred dollars. They chose to finance that with the city of her twenty years that would end up being about eight dollars a month, plus financing, of course, he says it would cost commercial property owners in the area a total of fifty nine hundred dollars which they can spread out over twenty two twenty years. Opponents say the cost should be spread out across the entire city. Not just paid by the neighborhood property owners businesses along the waterfront also say the dry weather earlier this week helped to soften the economic blow of the viaduct closure, but many shop owners in that area. Fear, wet weather. We'll keep the customers away when the crew start demolition on the viaduct. Mike Osborne owns south CEOs produce. There's a ton of apprehension of what's going to happen. When it starts raining and win the three weeks turns into five weeks sub shops and restaurants are tried to draw in more customers by extending hours or offering deals or parking vouchers while highway ninety nine is closed. A semi truck slammed into a median barrier on I five at Tacoma overnight. This happened near highway sixteen where there have been several bad accident through the construction zone. Komo's Carleen Johnson filed this report from the scene it was just before to this morning. A semi truck driver lost control slick roads from the rain. He hit the medium the cab of the truck actually jumped the concrete divide slid down damaging the medium. There was a diesel fuel spill to it took hours to get everything cleaned up and get the free way back open Theresa Lewis lives here just above the freeway. She says this is really a bad spot. This is ridiculous. You.

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"joshua curtis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"joshua curtis" Discussed on KOMO

"Somewhat this morning as we continue get used to commute. Without the Alaskan way. Viaduct? Komo's Brian Calvert joins us live once again from the state traffic management center in shoreline. Manda and Greg earlier this morning, we did notice some slower travel times a combination of a few more cars on this Thursday. Some drivers being more cautious and drivers who were getting into a little trouble with that web. But one thing that won't slow you down now or for the next two weeks is a moratorium on construction. It's in place across the region while both the viaduct the new tunnel are off limits. Right. It's wintertime. It's getting colder and it's getting wetter. And there's certain construction work that we can't do anyways. Making the construction. Cancellation even easier to accommodate Morgan Bela with the department of transportation says there's only one exception to the road work reprieve. Yes, emergency comes up either in a construction project, or sometimes you might have a maintenance emergency, then we would go out there. But we will let everybody know immediately live at the traffic management center insure line. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Downtown business owners along the waterfront say, the nice weather earlier this week softened the impact of this traffic closure. More from komo's Patrick Quinn. The pike place. Fish market says it's been business as usual since the vita closed. Traffic is steady Sossio protest but owner, Mike Osborne. Fears the economic aid of the Seattle squeeze is still to come a ton of apprehension of what's going to happen. When it starts raining and win the three weeks turns into five weeks during the unknown. Mike is giving customers options he's double his parking stipends and provided shipping alternatives downtown restaurant owner Tom Douglas, dresses, Devinder shutdown doesn't have to shutdown downtown businesses. I got a lot of gloom and doom people are doing some smart things. Right telecommuting, taking mass transit. We're just trying to give people reasons. Hang out hang out of bed. The Seattle city council is now considering a proposal for how to develop the downtown waterfront. Once the Alaskan wifi addict has gone it's a one hundred sixty million dollar plan to build a new park and improve transportation Joshua Curtis with the city's office of the waterfront told the council how much it would cost property owner. See in one neighborhood, a median condo owner would have a one time assessment of one thousand nine hundred dollars. If they chose to finance that with the city over twenty years that would end up being about eight dollars a month, plus financing, of course, he says it would cost commercial property owners in the area total of fifty nine hundred dollars, which they could spread out over twenty years. Opponents say the cost should be spread out across the entire city. Not just paid by neighborhood property owners sober guitar traffic.

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"joshua curtis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"joshua curtis" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo's Ryan Harris is at the DOT's traffic management center with where we've seen the worst of it. So far, we've really dodged a lot of bullets in several weekday commute since the viaduct closed because most of us are doing what we've been asked. We're either staying home to work or leaving earlier. That's led to a max of thirty minutes added to the normal drive times. And that was brief otherwise it's topped out at twenty minutes. Seattle department of transportation's mad says they still see sticky spots like the west Seattle bridge. But the peak time is spreading as we get towards the tail end of the of the peach it's lightning, but it's definitely heavier earlier. And those those folks who are coming in early are help and making a difference and getting everyone into town, but they're also spending a little bit more time. The mid like to warnings from dot and wash dot this doesn't mean it's time to get complacent. Dan. Remember things always get heavier in the rain at the transportation management center. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. People are riding the buses away to avoid the congestion caused by the Seattle squeeze we have been carrying about fifteen to seventeen hundred people per day during the first couple of days on the extra buses alone. Bill Bryant with metro transit says they're still waiting on hard numbers for their regular buses. The viaduct will be torn down soon. And komo's Charlie harder tells us the city council is finalizing plans to reshape the waterfront the planets. You have a waterfront park and redo the streets and sidewalks. It all comes at a cost and the council is considering an idea to tax property owners who live in the area to pay for it councilmember, Deborah Juarez and Joshua Curtis with the city's office of the waterfront disgusted if the chances nine hundred hundred dollars you had twenty years to pay it. Correct. You can pay it off all at once or you can finance it with commercial owner and at five thousand nine hundred twenty years to pay correct thousand nine hundred dollars say the cost should be spread out across the entire city. Not just pay by neighborhood property owners. The council is expected to vote on the measure in the coming weeks. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. North west harvest says the government shutdown is to blame for a sudden uptick of people needing food banks around here. Jordan Rubin is their communications director. We're calling for an end to the shutdown. There's just too much collateral damage. There's real lives being affected here. We were seeing even before federal employees lost their first paycheck last Friday that social services we're becoming strained even with that strain. Ruben says people shouldn't hesitate to visit a food Bank. If they're in need, KOMO news time, ten thirty four. Aaa traffic every.

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"joshua curtis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"joshua curtis" Discussed on KOMO

"Engineer mon- seduces the trouble spots at the same. Even the. Volumes are lighter and the peaks shifted earlier coming into downtown Seattle. Still lose lanes at the convention center. Southbound in the afternoon when the express lanes are going northbound, so that isn't gone. It's just the duration and the intensity has changed. A little bit sued tells me a crash like Tuesday afternoon on northbound five and Mountlake terrace can really throw us for a loop. Traffic was moderate and heavy. And once that crash happened it became stop and go and that built quickly seduces like Monday. Tuesdays midnight to midnight volumes are lower than average a trend. They hope will hold another two and a half weeks at the TMC in shoreline. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. The vita comes down. The city is considering a proposal for how to develop the waterfront over the coming weeks. They're working on a one hundred and sixty million dollar plan to build a new park and improve transportation Joshua Curtis with the city's office of the waterfront told the council how much it would cost property owners in the neighborhood. Median condo owner would have a one time assessment of one thousand nine hundred dollars. They chose to finance that with the city over twenty years that would end up being about eight dollars a month. Plus financing, of course, says cost commercial property owners in the area total of fifty nine hundred dollars which they can spread out over twenty years. Opponents say the cost should be spread out across the entire city. Not just paid by neighborhood. Property owners traffic can be challenging the Seattle area. So it's not surprising aggressive driving is increasing pimco insurance just conducted a poll on drivers here in the northwest. Derek wing with pimco says younger drivers of the most aggressive millennials in particular are becoming notably more aggressive on the roads compared to their older counterparts drivers under thirty five admit to an average. Of three point three risky maneuvers per month compared to too aggressive acts at the admitted to four years ago, while drivers over thirty five have remained about shame from three years ago, averaging about one aggressive incident a month as the federal government shutdown drags on. A prominent local charity says it's feeling the pressure from people who are suddenly in need of health northwest harvest helped so many foodbanks around here. This is the group's Jordan Rubin. A huge uptick of first time families coming to their community food Bank, and the primary driver of that was the government shutdown government employees. But it was also government contractors. It was also those who aren't even employed by the government. But if you own a diner out near mount Ranier, and now nobody can get there because the parks are closed. Then you have no customers he says northwest harvest is calling for an end to the shutdown. Charlie Harger, KOMO news after months of investigating a fatal stabbing in west Seattle. Police are urging the attacker to turn it turn in the staff. Happened June second last year twenty two year old Jonathan Pacino was with a friend, and Al Qaeda beach. Al Qaida knew when they met up with another man a fight, ensued. And casino was stabbed and died is PD's Deanna. Let describes the case in a video released by police. We have collected and identified.

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"joshua curtis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"joshua curtis" Discussed on KOMO

"Management center with an experts perspective, even though we've only seen an extra ten to twenty minutes added to the usual delays. So far State Department of transportation officials say they need you to keep up your new routine. DOT traffic engineer mon- seduces the trouble spots at the same. Even though volumes are lighter and the peaks shifted earlier coming into downtown Seattle was still lose lanes at the convention center. Southbound in the afternoon when the express lanes are going northbound, so that isn't gone. It's just the duration and the intensity has changed a little bit do tells me a crash like Tuesday afternoon on north. Mound five in Mountlake terrace. Can really throw us for a loop. Traffic was moderate and heavy. And once that crash happened it became stop and go and that builds quickly seduces like Monday. Tuesdays midnight to midnight volumes are lower than average a trend. They hope will hold another two and a half weeks at the TMC in shoreline. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. Has the vita comes down. The city is considering a proposal for how to develop the waterfront over the coming weeks. They're working on a one hundred sixty million dollar plan to build a new park and improve transportation Joshua Curtis with the city's office of the waterfront told the council how much it would cost property owners in the neighborhood and median condo owner would have a one time assessment of one thousand nine hundred dollars. They chose to finance that with the city of twenty years that would end up being about eight dollars a month plus financing. Of course, he says, it would cost commercial property owners in the area total of fifty nine hundred dollars which they can spread out over twenty years. Opponents say the cost should be spread out across the entire city. Not just paid by neighborhood property owners traffic can be challenging in the Seattle area. So it's not surprising aggressive driving is increasing pimco insurance just conducted a poll on drivers here in the northwest. Derek wing with pimco says younger drivers of the most aggressive in particular are becoming notably more aggressive on the roads compared to their older counterparts. Drivers under thirty five admit to an average of three point three risky maneuvers per month compared to two aggressive acts that they admitted to for years ago drivers over thirty five have remained about the same for three years ago from three years ago, averaging about one aggressive incident a month as the federal government shutdown drags on. A prominent local charity says it's feeling the pressure from people who are suddenly in need of help northwest harvest helped so many foodbanks around here. This is the group's Jordan Rubin. A huge uptick of first time families coming to their community food Bank, and the primary driver of that was for the government shutdown government employees, but it was also government contractors. It was also those who aren't even employed by the government. But if you own a diner out near mount Ranier, and now nobody can get there because the parks are closed. Then you have no customers he says northwest harvest is calling for an end to the shutdown. Charlie Harger, KOMO news aftermath of investigating a fatal stabbing in west. Seattle police are urging the attacker to turn themselves. In stabbing happened on June second last year, twenty two year old Jonathan Pasino was with a friend and Al Qaeda Vanu when they met up with another man of fight and Pacino was stabbed and died. SPD's deanna. Let describes the case in a video released by police collected and identified the DNA, and the unknown stabbing suspect say this case will never go away and the person should contact them immediately. They do not believe it was a random attack and voters in Washington may get to decide on thirty dollars car tabs this November again, Golos sue Romero tells us political activist Tim Ireland collected enough signatures for his latest initiative for the legislature. It'll be third time around for thirty dollars car tabs. If I nine seven six makes it on the ballot. It would limit vehicle license fees to thirty dollars a year repeal the authority to impose some vehicle taxes and base car values on Kelley blue book. Unlike sound transit, according to that. Agency, criticized for the way, it calculates vehicle taxes that it collects for S T three screaming, spitting mad, and I think that this initiative is going to readily resonate with those people sound transit says if I nine seven six became law. They would lose about seven billion dollars. It has targeted for big projects like light rail extension. I'm its first two tries at thirty dollars car tabs back in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and two thousand two were approved by voters but later found unconstitutional, see Romero, KOMO news time, eight ten and from the Harley exterior sports desk. Tom Glasgow has college football news and more Alabama quarterback. Jalen hurts has decided to transfer to Oklahoma. He made the announcement today in a story in the player's Tribune. He will be available immediately to play for the Sooners as a graduate transfer hurts was a two year starter who led Alabama to a pair of national championship games. And was the southeastern conference offensive player of the year as a freshman rivals dot com is reporting the Seahawks planned to.

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02:19 min | 2 years ago

"joshua curtis" Discussed on KOMO

"Through Seattle hasn't been too bad so far, but that doesn't mean you can go back to your old habits. Come owes Ryan Harris is at the state traffic management center with what transportation officials say about day. Three those drive times did see an extra ten to twenty minutes at their peak again for the Wednesday morning drive. But like with the freeways mad you with the Seattle department of transportation says they still see heavier volumes on surface streets. Earlier mercer. We saw something yesterday afternoon folks were trying to get out of town who'd come in really haven't seen that of spreading. But he says it lightens up at the tail end of the peak and overall the earlier shift helps get everyone into town still though people are spending more time on the road than they'd like and its worst in the downtown core and even with triple the usual number of passengers on the water taxi, there's still more room for riders on boats. Shuttles and in parking lots at the TMC. And shoreline Ryan Harris, KOMO news. And from a metro transit perspective. It's so far. So good more and more commuters are looking at different ways to get to and from work during the highway ninety nine closure Bill. Bryant is with King County. Metro people really are trying new things I think that as expected also we've seen that the first few days have been pretty light says more and more people have been taking the bus though. The hard numbers aren't in just yet. However, Bryant cautions that more people are likely to revert to their old ways. So traffic could get worse over the next few days. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. And next thing there's a big push to change. The look of the Seattle waterfront komo's Charlie Harker tells us about today's city council meeting you'll hear it referred to as a lid this bureaucratic speak for a local improvement district is the properties along the waterfront and some sites. Reads would pay a tax that goes towards a new park and other developments. Joshua Curtis is with the city's office of the waterfront median condo owner would have a one time assessment of one thousand nine hundred dollars that meets. Tax if they chose to finance that with the city of her twenty years that would end up being about eight dollars a month, plus financing, of course, owners of commercial properties in the area would pay around fifty nine hundred or twenty five bucks a month, a group opposed to the lid says is unjust unaffordable and shouldn't be targeted at such a small percentage of property owners. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. We have your DNA that message from police to the person they believe stabbed demand death in west Seattle on the evening of June. Second the victim.

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KOMO

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"joshua curtis" Discussed on KOMO

"One thousand FM ninety seven seven now the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Good for you. You're getting a Pat on the back from state and local transportation officials for how you've done in the commutes without highway ninety nine through Seattle. Komo's Ryan Harris is at the DOT's traffic management center with where we've seen the worst of it. So far, we've really dodged a lot of bullets in several weekday commute since the viaduct closed because most of us are doing what we've been asked. We're either staying home to work or leaving earlier. That's led to a max of thirty minutes added to the normal drive times. And that was brief otherwise it's topped out at twenty minutes. Seattle department of transportation's mad says they still see sticky spots like the west Seattle bridge. But the peak time is spreading as we get towards the tail end of the of the peach lightning a bit. But it's definitely heavier earlier. Those those folks who are coming in early are helping making a difference in getting everyone in the town. But they're also spending a little bit more time to warnings from dot and washed up. This doesn't mean it's time to get complacent. And remember things always get heavier in the rain at the transportation management center. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. King County metro says more people are riding the buses in the first few days of the Seattle squeeze while. The hard numbers aren't in just yet Bill Bryant. With metro transit says the buses are filling up then they have extras on standby just in case going to about eight standby coaches on the weekends all day every weekend throughout the period had even more than that during the week. But Bryant cautions that commuters might get complacent and revert back to their old habits driving their cars and adding to the congestion in the coming days. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news divide that will soon be torn down. And komo's Charlie Harker tells us the city council is finalizing plans to reshape the waterfront the to have a waterfront park and redo the streets and sidewalks. It all comes at a cost and the council is considering an idea to tax property owners who live in the area to pay for it councilmember, Deborah Juarez and Joshua Curtis with the city's office of the waterfront disgusted. Owner the median chances nine hundred hundred dollars you had twenty years to pay it. Correct. You can pay off all at once or you can finance it with commercial owner and years says at five thousand nine hundred twenty years to pay correct five thousand nine hundred dollars say the cost should be spread out across the entire city. Not just pay by neighborhood property owners. The council is expected to vote on the measure in the coming weeks. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. Seattle police are urging the person who fatally stabbed a man and west.

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"joshua curtis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"joshua curtis" Discussed on KOMO

"Say about data. Three those drive times. Did see an extra ten to twenty minutes at their peak again for the Wednesday morning drive. But like with the freeways, Matt, bro. You with the Seattle department of transportation says they still see heavier volumes on surface streets. Earlier on Mercer. We saw something yesterday afternoon. That's folks, we're trying to get out of town who'd come in early. I haven't seen that spreading. But he says it lightens up at the tail end of the peak and overall the earlier shift helps get everyone into town still though people are spending more time on the road than they'd like and its worst in the downtown core and even with triple the usual number of passengers on the water taxi. There's still more room for writers on boats. Shuttles and in parking lots at the TMC in shoreline. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. So far so good with a Seattle squeeze as far as metro transit is concerned. More and more commuters are looking at different ways to get to and from work during the highway ninety nine closure Bill. Bryant is with King County. Metro people really are trying new things I think that as expected also we've seen that the first few days have been pretty light. He says more and more people have been taking the bus, though, the hard numbers aren't in just yet. However, Bryant cautions that more people are likely to revert to their old ways. So traffic could get worse over the next few days. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. After the viaduct comes down. Actually, there's a big push to change. The look of the Seattle waterfront komo's Charlie Harker tells us about today's city council meeting you'll hear it referred to as a lid this bureaucratic speak for a local improvement district is of properties along the waterfront and some sites. Reads would pay a tax that goes towards a new park and other developments. Joshua Curtis.

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