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02:18 min | 1 year ago

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"Vigil was held outside. The local courthouse comes Michelle Esteban has more he leaves behind a wife and three children, the Walla Walla native was just forty two and started his career in two thousand four as a deputy reserve officer with the sheriff's department as a volunteer. His first job as a cop was at central Washington University, the university police chief Burson cook was one of Ryan's field training officers when he started as a patrol officer on campus Ryan worked for us for many years, his beloved worker, a great guy and he loved being a cop had a penchant for investigations thrived in the outdoors, fishing, hiking. Camping. And most of all he'll be remembered as a man who loved to laugh and make people laugh Michelle Esteban reporting and the other officer in that deadly Kittitas county tragedy was also injured officer Benita chevette was flown to Harborview where he had surgery yesterday. Comas Karakasevic has been following that story. Young officer, Benito Chavez is facing a long recovery. After sustaining an injury to his femur. The twenty two year old was one of two law enforcement officers responded to a driver involved in a road rage incident who fatally opened fire on a Kittitas county deputy he died and child is was injured. It was a brand new officer with kid a task police department. He had previously served Ellensburg police department. Reserve program Chavez was raised in the kid attests area. According to his chief, he had graduated from high school in clay, Allan he was doing what he loved protecting his community. That's komo's care costs reporting. Investigators are trying to solve the mystery of. Man who was found unconscious in his car on Tuesday around two thirty in white center. Police found the fifty six year old with multiple stab wounds crashed into a pole. The man was taken to Harborview medical center in critical condition sheriff's deputies are looking for anyone who might have seen. What happened a blind man accused of stabbing a Seattle police officer made a quarter parents on Tuesday. Jordan Landry went before the judge and was charged with two cancer assault. He was also ordered held on one hundred thousand dollars bond. Police say Landry was threatening people at an apartment building in the international district. The officer was released from the hospital after being treated for his stab wounds. Twenty four seven news continues in just moments. It's thirty four minutes.

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02:21 min | 1 year ago

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"A steady stream of people have been leaving flowers outside the sheriff's office and a candlelight vigil was held outside the local courthouse. Komo's Michelle Esteban has more he leaves behind a wife and three children the Walla Walla native was just forty two and started his career in two thousand four as a deputy reserve officer with the sheriff's department as volunteer his first job as a cop was at central Washington University, the university police chief Burstyn cook was one of Ryan's field training officers when he started as a patrol officer on campus Ryan worked for us for many years his beloved worker. A great guy and he loved being a cop had a penchant for investigations thrived in the outdoors, fishing, hiking camping. And most of all he'll be remembered as a man who loved to laugh and make people laugh. That's komo's Michelle Esteban reporting and the other responding officer in that deadly Kittitas county tragedy was also injured officer Benita chevette was flown to Harborview where he had surgery yesterday. Komo's Karakasevic has been following that story young officer Benito child is is facing a long recovery. After sustaining an injury to his femur. The twenty two year old was one of two law enforcement officers responded to a driver involved in a road rage incident who fatally opened fire on a Kittitas county deputy he died and child is was injure. He was a brand new officer with kid Kittitas task police department. He had previously served in the Ellensburg police department. Reserve program Chavez was raised in the kid attests area. According to his chief, he had graduated from high school in Qiliang. He was doing. What he loved protecting his community. That's come CARA. Costner's reporting. Investigators are trying to solve the mystery of a man who was found unconscious in his car on Tuesday around two thirty in white center. Police found the fifty six year old with multiple stab wounds crashed into a pole. The man was taken to Harborview medical center in critical condition sheriff's deputies are looking for anyone who might have seen. What happened a blind man accused of stabbing a Seattle police officer made a court appearance Tuesday. Jordan Landry went before the judge and was charged with two counts of assault. He was also ordered held on one hundred thousand dollars bond. Police say Landry was threatening people at an apartment building in the international district. The officer was released from the hospital after being treated for his stab wounds. Twenty four seven news continues in just moments. It's.

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01:41 min | 1 year ago

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"Hawks hitting the road, and they can punch their ticket to the postseason. Tom hutler with more from the Harley exterior sports desk for the second time in three weeks. The Seahawks face division rival San Francisco visiting the forty Niners Sunday at Levi stadium. Seattle's won four straight win would clinch a playoff spot there. Three. And a half point favorites, husky basketball tomorrow, the men faced thirteen Virginia Tech at the Basketball Hall of fame. Boardwalk classic in Atlantic City. Coverage starts at three thirty Virginia Tech scored over a hundred points last year against the huskies and coach Mike Hopkins. Those are defense is going to have to be a lot better this time around the teams have kind of control the tempo and kept him under seventy point seventy five points of have had success against him. So it'd be a great test for us. There's something to to to to talk about this is what we have to do. Now, you got to be able to go improve it you got to be able to go in. And then another word we talked about finished. Now, you gotta go out and prove it, and then you gotta finish. We have pre game coverage starting at three thirty or four o'clock tip from Atlantic City and the husky women's basketball team hosting the husky classic Boise state Montana at Saint Francis of Pennsylvania coming in tomorrow. The huskies open against Montana at one at Alaska Airlines arena sports at ten and forty past the hour. Tom hutler on the home of the huskies. Komo news learning more about these Southwest Airlines flight that had to return to seatac Sunday night. Did you hear about this story after a human hard destined for? For a transplant was accidentally left on the plane the pickup now on the story update from komo's Karakasevic. Dr Andrew Gottschalk was on the flight. At that time there. Takes back into Seattle. So that that situation be rectified captain told passengers the heart with needed for a transplant. Bring saying, hey to stabilize. I said.

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02:25 min | 1 year ago

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"I wouldn't take it off the table. Why would I take it off the table this after prosecutors say Manafort who cut a deal with the special counsel after he was found guilty last summer of financial fraud, including for hiding millions in foreign accounts to evade taxes. Lied repeatedly that plea deal now revoked and without evidence, the president accused a special counsel of asking witnesses to lie. The president telling the post if you told the truth, you go to jail, you know, this flipping stuff is terrible. You flip and you lie, and you get the prosecutors will tell you ninety nine percent of the time. They can. Get people to flip. It's rare that they can't. And just as the president was providing answers to the written questions Muller. Pose could he have been funneled information from manafort's lawyers? Sources are now telling ABC news new details about the president's written responses saying he told Muller's team that he did not know about that. Now infamous Trump Tower meeting in which his son, Don, jR, son-in-law, Jared, Kushner and Manafort met with the Russian lawyer claiming to have dirt on Hillary Clinton. And in another answer, the president wrote that he does not recall political associate Roger stone telling him he was in contact with WikiLeaks, the organization that published hacked democratic emails, and the president is also now talking twenty twenty telling the post that he's quote dreaming about running against some Democrats. But he's really seems to have his eyes set on former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg. He said, quote, I'd love to run against little Michael it's about saving our oceans and protecting our environment to north kits. Brothers are preparing for a Pacific coast road trip. That's all about reducing the use of plastic. Komo's Karakasevic has the story from Mountlake terrace or beaches around here have you seen trash on for brothers, Nick and Han shippers educating the next generation about the dangerous impacts of plastics in our ocean has become a labor of love, you know, all these outside and playing in the ocean. And then I started seeing worrying degrees and stuff in the water. And it's just it's it doesn't belong there. So we decided to take action we three environmental degrees between the brothers in partnership with sustainable coastlines Hawaii via the mighty goal message to reduce the use of plastic container twelve and we're trying to do ten thousand kids from here to San Diego..

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03:14 min | 1 year ago

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"I ninety just as soon as conditions call for people to pay attention. They got to slow down. They gotta dry for the conditions. And that means be prepared for snow. Once again, that's komo's Karakasevic reporting a crash involving a snowplow and semi early yesterday. Still call me pass it happened in the westbound lanes of I ninety just after twelve thirty the state patrol says a pickup carrying four men swerved and cut off a semi causing it to hit a guardrail. And then a snowplow with one person on board the men left to pick up a took off the truck has been impounded. No one was seriously hurt a dry falls. Put a damper dry fall rather has put a damper on salmon returns in kicked up county as we hear from komo's Eric. Hi. This fall was marked by dry weather that settled just as chum and coho were gathering at creek mouths around the peninsula and recent rain last week may have arrived too late to help tens of thousands of salmon, swimming, upstream despond. Try fisheries biologist told the Kitsap. Sun water levels were extremely low in east kits have creeks and salmon have struggled to reach a custom spawning grounds. Salmon returns are below average in some kits app. Streams while others have seen. No fish at all. Eric heintz. Komo news. Komo news time now ten. Oh, h and other stories recovering for you this morning, a car ran a stop sign slamming into an ambulance in Everett over the weekend is knocked it on its side. Fortunately, the ambulance did not have a patient inside at the time. It was not on an emergency run. Police don't think alcohol or drugs were factors in the crash. The feud between President Trump and chief Justice John Roberts continues to make headlines. Komo's MandA factor. With more on this unusual confrontation ABC political analyst Steve Roberts says he's never seen anything. Like this Roberts is very concerned that the incessant attacks from this president is undermining the credibility of the whole system last week. President Trump accused chief Justice Roberts of undermining national security after speaking out about the ninth circuit court. Steve Roberts says judges began as political operatives because they're appointed. But thanks change. Once they joined the bench second set of loyalties to president to the law to judicial procedures. And that's why so many judges including some appointed by Trump has ruled against among. A number of cases Roberts. He's a clear connection between the president's attitude toward judges and his attitude toward his own Justice department, MandA factor, come on news. The former president of Michigan State University appeared in court today for an arraignment related to the doctor Larry Nassar sex abuse scandal ABC's Ryan burrow, MSU president. Lou, Anna, Simon faces two felony counts and two misdemeanor counts. She's accused of lying to investigators during an interview in may about when she knew Dr Larry Nassar had been accused of molesting a woman at a clinic on campus the arraignment lasted just ten minutes. She did not enter a plea Simon's lawyer says the charges have no merit the felony charges. Carry a maximum sentence of four years in prison. Ryan burrow, ABC news. The former president of Michigan state as you heard that story is appearing in court today for that release. And right now, it's time to check in at the potty exterior sports desk at ten ten. Russell Wilson's three hundred thirty nine yards two touchdown passes and Sebastian Janikowski. Thirty one yard field goal has time expired lifted the Seahawks to I thirty to twenty seven come from behind win over the Carolina Panthers. Wilson said he and his. Team. Embrace the pressure of the fourth quarter a championship team. You've got to win in the fourth. You've got to be able to win..

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02:52 min | 1 year ago

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"Samp to the man killed his mother, he holed up briefly and made threats he approached officers with a baseball bat and an officer opened fire, but did not hit the man he was then taken into custody. Tacoma business owners are fed up with what they call a dangerous parking garage after a homeless man was killed there this past weekend. Komo's Karakasevic says the garage just a block from Tacoma's Pantages theater and steps away from the old elks temple soon to become a brand new mcmenamin long, Tacoma's Pacific avenue, flourishing, businesses and restaurants, but just a block away at the corner of seventh and commerce streets troubled parking garage. Police say Saturday a homeless man was fatally stabbed by another man. Living on the streets were always saying something terrible is going to happen over there because it's just constant for Cal Butler watches it all from the window of her office. She also parks inside the garage where she says there are needles trash urine feces, and even people having sex they shoe him out, and they clean it up. But they're right back the next day coma. Police say in the last year they received twenty five calls for service that have involved crimes in this. Garage businesses say it is a big nuisance. I feel like unless something happens. It's just going to keep getting worse. The band who police say is responsible for this homicide is facing second degree murder, and we'll be back in court on Wednesday carrot costume edge. Komo news election results still aren't final in three Washington legislative races. And at this point all three appear headed for a recount, it's so close in the twenty sixth district Senate race, the lead has changed. A couple of times already what come county both the house and Senate seat in the forty second remain up for grabs. Election results must be certified by the twenty seventh of the month. But at this rate all three of these races may trigger a recount because the margins are so slim Seattle city council just gave the green light to shift nearly three million dollars school safety projects to pay for other city projects all that money was collected from drivers who were caught a running red lights. Komo's Michelle Esteban says one council member says there. Approved the change because it's a win win. Gotcha smile. You're on camera. You get the ticket in the city cashes in a one hundred thirty six dollar fine for every red light camera violation between school zone violators and red light cameras. Those fines are adding up more revenue than we forecast in right now, the city has collected more than expected so much. So it wants to divert two point seven billion dollars of fines allocated for the cities safe routes to school program, which builds Crosswalks in school sidewalks to other pressing priorities, including traffic and transportation cancelled central staff council member lorraina Gonzales says the revenue would shift into the general fund us next year, and in twenty twenty the reality is is we don't.

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03:13 min | 2 years ago

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"With just memories. I wasn't ready for this. On Friday, twenty two year old Michelle loud, lost her mother fifty nine year old Maria Wong and her sister twenty one year old jasmine Lau, the ladies were driving to work on highway eighteen on tiger mountain. When investigators say they were hit by another driver. Troopers say a truck crossed the center line and hit Michelle's family head on komo's Karakasevic expect to see changes around key arena today until this point most of the renovation project. And the construction has really been in the planning phase on paper. But today things are going to change around the arena can do expect to see a lot of fencing going up not only around the arena itself that maybe a little bit farther than that to secure the building is construction begins on the seven hundred million dollar project sound barrier. Fence will be put in one city completes a variance report to see what kind of impact all of this work is going to have on people around here. It's not clear when that is going to go up, but it's going to be before demolition begins. Now construction is expected to start. The four Halloween pretty quickly as for Seattle's NHL bid. Here's the timeline. The board of governors is expected to award Seattle a team when they meet in December Meany everything could be in place for the twenty twenty two twenty twenty one season. It's komo's Lee stole. It was a record breaking crowd with the Seahawks raiders game in London couples Mike Ferrari was there. On the other side of the world for a football game the Seahawks filter right at home. Amazing. I was planning another home game flew out nine hours all the way down here and Holocene was green. I mean, blue green and blue. It was technically a whole game for the raiders. But it was the Seahawks with the home field advantage. Came out. Booze. All sports. That's just the history organization, man. So. Across the Seahawks. Capitalize on the energy from the crowd marching down the field in their first possession taking the seven at the lead and a five yard touchdown catch by Ron Brown. They never looked back. We're lights out. Most of the time in the red zone were making a lot of plays third down. We were great tonight. A lot of great things happen. And it was komo's Mike Ferrari reporting it's eleven ten and from the Harley exteriors sports desk wash. Russell Wilson who you heard at the end of that report at three touchdown passes in front of a largely pro Seattle crowd at Wembley stadium on the way to their twenty seven three win Wilson said rather than look at the long trip as an inconvenience the team saw opportunity, we looked at it. As a, hey, let's go let's go. Let's go get together. Let's go prepared the highest level was great and professionals and do what we do best and find a way to win and we were able to do that. And the hawks will be off this week as they get ready for a trip to Detroit to take on the lions on the twenty eighth college football Chris Peterson huskies lost in overtime at Eugene Saturday. Dropping them from seventh to fifteenth in a new AP poll they'll be trying to bounce back Saturday when they host Colorado. Previous Lund previously, unbeaten buffalos lost at USC Saturday, the dogs and the buffaloes at twelve thirty in Washington state moves into the top twenty five at the twenty fifth spot..

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

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"Team push it about seventy four degrees we'll call it a. Partly cloudy one. Here on this Wednesday as we increase, that, cloud cover could. Give way to a fuse evening showers out there overnight tonight we'll see, some of those scattered showers as we will tomorrow low. Seventies will round out, the, work week and it's booking quiet and quite nice through Labor Day weekend I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO weather center Olympia is our, chilly spot again it's clear and only forty, eight this morning Fifty-seven in downtown. Seattle KOMO news time six oh six the bleachers. Are expected to be packed today at the metropolitan. King County council members, debate whether the county should spend one hundred Eighty million dollars on Safeco field upgrade, Corwin Hake, is live with more will the Mariners say their ballpark needs eight hundred million dollars worth of improvements and. General maintenance and that the county which owns the facility should. Kick in one hundred eighty million. Of that amount the money would come. From an, existing hotel motel tax largely paid by visitors county executive Dow Constantine. And many on the council favor. The plan but some members, of jacked noting that a portion of Safeco field admission and parking taxes already are set aside. For maintenance one council member tells the Seattle times the money should. Go toward affordable housing instead you think this is a hot topic will the council is expected to open. An overflow room for today's public meeting and. The public should have plenty. To, say we'll report back on all of it right here on the radio starting with the. Noon, report. Reporting live Corwin Hake KOMO news the only international route for the Washington state ferry system has been temporarily stopped komo's Karakasevic explains Singers traveling, by theory between Anna Cordis in Sydney BC or out of luck the route has been brought to a halt. Just two boats are equipped to serve, the international Ron one is replaced to down vessel in, the San Juans other fifty one year old l..

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02:06 min | 2 years ago

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"Unhealthy pretty much for all of us dot only today, but, over. The course of. The next couple of days all that northerly wind bringing with the smoke from those wildfires NBC So once again it is going. To be quite hazy through at least Wednesday temperatures, in, the low eighties give way to a, cooler, kind of a fresher system coming our way. To clean out some of our air by the end of. The week I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO. Weather center cloudy skies in downtown Seattle it's, sixty right now and KOMO news time. Six oh six the search continues for the driver of a. Stolen pickup who led police on a high-speed. Chase from Federal Way to Tacoma the smart drivers blamed for two crashes just off highway sixteen and we get more live from komo's Carleen Johnson shortly before three AM Federal Way police spotted a stolen truck tried to pull them over instead driver took off headed southbound I five toward Tacoma taking the exit from highway sixteen at Sprague the guy does a sudden u-turn the trooper chasing him. Crashes into him the trooper is, that is John Batiste was state. Patrol now the driver kept on going from there got onto sixteen two more, times both times going the wrong direction finally crashing after, he took the exit at six avenue near the Tiki apartments everybody In that crash truck bailed out driver got away according to trooper Batiste, all of the occupants fled from the vehicle who were found by units on and then like you said we're still looking for the driver and. That driver described as a five foot five Asian man bald with dark. Rimmed glasses they did have that area around sixth. Avenu cordoned. Off for the search for some time Carleen Johnson KOMO news a deadly crash on highway five thirty in Arlington that closed. That highway overnight there the Arlington heights road the state patrol says three vehicles were involved in that crash in someone was he jetted from one. Of the cars one person was killed a mini van slammed into a home in skyway. Over the weekends the skyway fire department says no one was home. At the time the two people inside the car were hurt the only. Damage was to the deck of the home and to. The mini van near Covington a brushfire shut down highway eighteen for awhile overnight more from komo's Karakasevic helicopter was. Brought, in to help knock the flames down.

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

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"Or just a little too hot for yet we just have one more day of it and then slowly cooling things down is before cast the rest of this. Week so once again today ninety two a. Lot of sun eighty six, on, Tuesday Still, going for sunny skies but we're also going for a nice comfortable temperature back to that onshore. Flow that's going to help pull things off, in the, upper seventies to the middle and end of the week enjoy your week I'm Seth Wayne. In the KOMO weather center currently Shelton sunshine seventy four and port Angeles seventy and sunny on the coast right. Now hoquiam fifty nine and cloudy and right now downtown. Seattle Seventy-three and lots of sunshine at ten. Thirty six the record-setting heat yesterday had some people heading to stores to buy fans. Or air conditioners this father says he did it for his newborn baby was just every time like picking him up from nap it was like his trip was just wet from sweat he was just sweating while he was eating it just. Was, hot, sticky mass popular places yesterday were, basically anywhere near the water it was a busy weekend for mountain, rescue from mount hood and mount Baker komo's Karakasevic has that story on mount Saint Helen's coast guard air crew rescued a. Thirty two year old woman who had been injured hiking on the mountain king County Sar says it's a good reminder to always be prepared if you are going to go into the field just make sure you have everything you need to survive dead includes water and the Tennessee essentials King County Sar says more and more people aren't hitting the trails equipped going unprepared can yet high above. Mt hood Friday crews were able to rescue another injured climber a reminder that nothing. Is more, powerful than mother nature were begins today on. Ten mile stretch of I five across no homers, and Skagit counties the original pavements is still down from..

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02:18 min | 3 years ago

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"Serving under the state's threestrikes law it's a move the king county prosecutor recommended even the rivers had a criminal history that included nearly thirty convictions police say after rivers was released from prison he continued committing crimes was involved in drugs and committing another robbery he also warrants for his arrest for identity theft at the time of this incident the cabrera family says they are at a loss for words learning about rivers early release lots of mixed emotions both rivers answer offered face firstdegree murder charges their next court appearance is december eighteen and tax zan fawn come under the past few days firefighters live responded to several fires bobby three vacant buildings most recent what happened this morning at an empty house in north west seattle officials say it was most likely caused by a warming fire by squatters hours earlier crews put out of fired an empty house in ballard one firefighter suffered minor injuries there and on saturday officials say squatters accidentally caused a fire at an empty building a night avenue north eased cruise tell us vacant houses posed an extra risk the first responders or an off duty volunteer firefighter was at the was one of the first to arrive was the one to her rival the scene of ablaze in downtown eaten ville it happened last night i say that because he was the only one department says it highlights the need for more volunteer firefighters and south pierce county goes karakasevic has the story from eaten bill everything went perfectly it was the perfect sunday night aboard the polar explathe in south pierce county or lucas main and similar holst life changed forever and she said yes little the the couple no doubt the adventure lukas his proposal would turn into while driving home through downtown eating there we saw flames just starting to roll out the front window on the right hand side of the building as you approach it so the 26yearold volunteer firefighter ent jumped into action we work with each other and are at the station for is right there we don't see anyone who answered the lights on no movement so budget constraints combined with staffing issues means doors were closed tight at south pierce fire and.

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02:53 min | 3 years ago

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"Want to feel great crisis then why aren't you enjoying every tang any our power addressed that issue but council president bruce herald says he's not ready to support it yet but i'm just not quite candidly comfortable with uh uh out this attacks i support also going to big business and find out where we can get other revenues harrell wound up having that exciting vote the council may revisit the issue next year charlie harder comodalities people are picking up after monday's strong wind and rain along the wind damage heavy rain this week as reminder that communities across puget sound to be susceptible to devastating landslides caused cara kostenevich reports from poor townsend their washington geological survey theft landslides are one of the most common and devastating dancers in the pacific northwest that was done we'd be island in 2013 we had landslide their ran one thousand feet across the hillside than one year later more devastation a deadly landslide an oath so took 43 lives in its that time of year to be aware of the conditions mr fund in 2015 near washington department of natural resources received four point five million dollars to put resources towards learning more about slide prone areas after this week's rain and win the dea north shallow landslide hazard map pinpointed different areas around jefferson county for elevated landslide risk because of the rain here and now soggy soil there's a variety of of bluff area's geological soil conditions that make war possible here but jefferson county emergency management director lin stirven points out poor towns in other nearby communities are located on the same out they face high wind and waves that killed a road bluffs over the water adding the even community today has populated on the hazard map there's never been any dangerous slides here but officials want neighbors to be educated and ready if a slide does karakasevic komo news time shelvin turner failure roof fortuna's now who's tough wasco abdelkader bounce back from their friday night law should stand for the huskies will be home saturday night take on the euchina of utah their head coach kyle wittingham believes the dogs will be fired up coming off out loss to the cardinal sean shame on you angry anguish will both him and show got clear work it out four sir challenging their thorough strong offers raises they got curbed slow return the country with the morning vegetable timing.

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02:12 min | 3 years ago

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"That evidence and making sure that we can get one or both his people into custody witnesses told police there was some sort of fight a man pulled out a rifle and started firing then another man pulled out a handgun in a returned fire things dysfunctional beige whipped guns are they are toys law let's play cowboys surely other police found twenty one rifle rounds unfit floor from a handgun and they hope to find the people responsible sued soap somebody scott that's all police tell us they won't be increasing patrol that do tell us the officers will be more visible right here in the park than karakasevic komo news a teenager pled guilty of a hit killer homicide yesterday ten months after the crash that killed her friend mckenzie martin thomas gig cohen spoke with mckenzie's mom deanna shoemaker and has more from tacoma supposed to bury your kids here's the supposed to bury your kids it's 'save such as senseless needless way the driver was mackenzie craca afraid of martin's wednesday she sat in front of a pierce county judge and admitted she was driving it we sixty miles per hour in a twenty 25 zone which he crashed that day she pled guilty to a hick killer homicide and reckless endangerment the guilty plea is as syarief martin sister tara just hopes crack oh spend some time behind bars the only way that cements can i get it through their head the changes house what quiet time the state is seeking a fifteen month prison sentence though that offense could ask for a first time offender wafer any consequence she gets at marion convenience and can paris that the truth is the many happy memories this family keeps close kenner race the pain that remains do anything to tape places wicker dismissed bertel into coma gabe cohen komo news sentencing in the case is scheduled for september eighth 34 minutes past the hour come trip traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's got some good news that stalled semi northbound 5 near jaca my avenue travel lane northbound by the marysville though near stayira 531 look prison blocking the.

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02:22 min | 3 years ago

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"Moment's notice the fire grown to about a thousand acres and destroyed an abandoned home and then crews of almost contained wildfire near pomeroy that's garfield county in southeast washington snake river fire is seventy percent contained nearly thirty two hundred acres lightning sparked a that blaze no homes are th renton two young children now gone after a raging house fire near mount vernon over the weekend a couple regionally live with a family is now accused of setting that fatal fire komos karakasevic reporting suspects are facing first degree arson and now i agreed murder along baby road daylight revealing the devastating destruction that took young wells gest eight any your six years old children's mother her boyfriend and roommate were also in the house when it went up in flames they were taken a hospital for burns and injuries children never made it out of the house it your hearts range and looser or no doubt about it across town itit's suspects arrested in this case facing a judge for the first time court documents reveal thirty two year old kimberly he'll send 24yearold jeremy chisholm had been tenets and the now burned up home version of victims just days before the fire chisholm had also been an employee of the couple but was read recently fired according to documents the homeowner told investigators he had been acting violent and threatening sane i will see you or burn your house dare we another kids are in the house she knew wherever onesided she lived in the house hughes was convicted a second degree arson in 2014 documents say a gas canned was found in the back of hughes inches in car over the weekend or preliminary tests show gasoline was used to start the fire the defense evidence against the couple is flynn i hope that there's some sort of justice justice for two innocent children who are deeply loved in had the entire world hat the prosecutor's office has until july nineteen charged these two suspects they are being held on two million dollars bond oats near mount vernon i'm karen moscow next come on only homeowners daughters twelve on nine mayor ed murray of seattle says he will not step down despite documents are covered by the seattle times over the weekend releasing report showing oregon caseworker believing murray sexually abused as foster son earlier on monday at least one city council member.

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"karakasevic" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"karakasevic" Discussed on KOMO

"Kept saying my houses on fire at houses on fire my kids are in their neighbors say the coroner recovered the bodies of the two young children to other people including the mother's boyfriend who is badly bird got out of the house they told firefighters children were trapped inside scan was karakasevic new information in sexual abuse allegations against seattle mayor ed murray and he report by the seattle times says an organ child welfare investigator found murray sexually abused as foster son in the 1980s and was forbidden by state they'd be a foster parent in the future this is based on albright goods obtained by the seattle times from oregon department of human services the mayor responded to the report saying impart quote i have never engage in sexual activity with jeff simpson or any other minor those accusations were fully investigated at the time and the district attorney decided there was too much doubt to go forward with a case the job protective services doc humans the times based its story on obviously do not tell the full story seattle police continue to investigate the shooting of a man friday night at a park in the columbia city neighborhood goes denise whitaker reports the victim was part of a crowd attending a memorial nicaragua's mourning the loss of a man shot and killed near the rainier playfield last sunday when witnesses someone in a dark sedan drove by that group and started shooting the president of the sat seattle crime prevention council says the shootings there are an ongoing problem and they're still nowhere and if the man killed was the intended target shooting also no word on any possible suspects today to told hill bridge reopens shut down a month ago because the meat new federal low requirements it safer vehicles wing six tonnes or less said the repairs will sternly to happen again in the future business owners they residents who live along seattle's aurora avenue say the prostitution open drug use is getting out of hand considerably harder takes closer look many of lived and worked on aurora tell us it's never had a good e2 shoes reputation but over the past couple of years things had gone from tolerable to where we are now oh it it it it it made me spend money just stay here because you've got to.

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"karakasevic" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"karakasevic" Discussed on KOMO

"Day morning with the komal morning news here's abc's peres on alert on the days have opened up a terrorist investigation after a driver's car collided with a police van officials initially said they arrested the man driving the car now reports that he likely died in the fiery crash the bomb squad is onscene that incident occurring as britain deals with its fourth terror attack in three months the latest involving a man drove his van into a group of muslims as they left a mosque now calls for unity bows that these kinds of attacks will not divide the people of london police commissioner president dick at the see this clause quite clear a an attack on was fence who looks like they would probably muslims i know what i am from a meeting a defiant london mayor city oh we will show that we all cowed by sarah said i want will not be defeated where you're not you today away to carry them be a united city tom rivers abc news london michelle franzen abc news and good morning it's eight thirty one this is the komor news 57 degrees snl foggy and cloudy around western washington with sunshine on the way later on i'm gregg hersholt manda is off this morning these are the top stories were keeping track oh for you seattle police shot and killed a woman yesterday morning in comost karakasevic has what we know family identify the woman as charlene alliance police say they knew the 30yearold and were responding to reports of a burglary at her apartment near magnusson park but when she opened the door to officers police say she was armed with a knife that's when they opened fire wasn't violent she said she wait seventy five aisles swiss seventy five thousand could a taste her lyle's had four kids in her family says she was pregnant with her fifth child kidding it's not clear what prompted officers to shoot the mother his children were just inside the apartment when the shooting full day komo news time.

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"karakasevic" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"karakasevic" Discussed on KOMO

"Center hot weather and cold water a dangerous combination couples care kostenevich tells us about some who got into trouble yesterday and how you could avoid that today many taking in every moment of what could be considered a perfect sunday really beautiful rescue crews told to people from this snow quami river they weren't injured but officials say it's an important reminder warm weather and our cold water don't always neck's disney as careful as possible nickel garden sparked some voters took advantage of the cold water to practice their skills in and on the water others enjoyed the beach and live yudi if the weather stays like this is going to be pay for all of us that and if you're headed out on the water remember to put safety first and take that lifejacket karakasevic come earnings state public land's commissioner hillary friend says don't be fooled even though we had a huge amount of rain and snow over the winter we're still in for a long wildfire season we not only have the fire that broke out in around county around the leavenworth area but we've actually had a mainly twenty while are already break out in iraq my friend says record amounts of winter precipitation caused tremendous growth in the state's grasslands and forests and she calls it grasso lean fuel for the fire she's certain will rage again this summer in washington or waiting the condition update on a climber who was hospitalized after she fell about one hundred feet into a crevasse on mount rainier this happened saturday on the popular amines glacier route while the 24yearold woman was making her way down the mountain park.

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