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Most Americans will be eligible for Covid-19 vaccination by mid-April

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:57 sec | 7 months ago

Most Americans will be eligible for Covid-19 vaccination by mid-April

"Says 90% of all American adults will be eligible for the covert 19 vaccine within three weeks. That's two weeks sooner than the May 1st date for all adults in this state. Here's Como's Keith Eldridge, the president setting April 19th as a target date for 90% of all adults becoming eligible just three weeks from now because we have the vaccines for the vast, vast majority of it. Adults. You won't have to wait till may want you be eligible for your shot in April 19th the governor's office. Those says it's still looking into the president's announcement, but believes it does not appear that this is a directive. It appears that he is saying that more vaccine is coming. Any reassessment will come after we received the additional doses while they're staying with the current timeline, which is three million people eligible right now, That's 50% of the population another two million starting on Wednesday, bringing the total up to 80% and then The final 1.2 million. Not until May, 1st co. Most

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Seattle health leaders see encouraging coronavirus trends

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00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Seattle health leaders see encouraging coronavirus trends

"Term care facilities. Comas Keith Eldridge reports on what they're calling encouraging news. There's county says Long term care settings continue to show sharp declines. As the vaccinations take full effect. We've seen a decline in deaths of role, and it's a sharp decline in deaths that long term care facilities as well, which is very good news sharp contrast from a year ago when long term care settings were the hardest hit, especially the King County, which is now seeing a huge difference and that is truly great to see. You've also gone from dozens of outbreaks and hundreds of cases reported from long term care facility. Lt's each week to single digits in recent weeks, and it's the homeless county. The encouraging trend continues cases in long term care facilities. Thank goodness have almost completely disappeared. He got rich. Come on. Yes. And two people were killed at a home in

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01:48 min | 9 months ago

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"Also admitting that it's still short on supply. Ah, lot of people expressing frustration as we hear from camo skeet Eldridge. Well, I would say for the last four days we've probably between my wife and I Probably spend a couple hours day can club and during his wife, Sally, of y'all mark qualified for the covert vaccine. But in searching the Web sites, it just haven't been able to find an open appointment. I've been used computers for a long time. But most people my age, don't use computers at all. Or very, very little. There needs to be a better way of go toe Computer State Health Department is in charge of getting the vaccines out to the places on those websites, but they're coming of way short. It's a lot of people are still having a lot of issues trying to get on the website trying to find a place for vaccinations. What do you tell them? Our supply is just not there to have widespread availability of vaccine. We encourage you to keep trying. We know Washingtonians are struggling and frustrated with this. And we're also asking for patients. As we keep working through this and hopeful that we will get increased supply soon go most. Keith Eldridge would be health had to cancel appointments for people signed up to get their first dose of the Fizer and murdering a vaccine. It's the second round of cancelations they've had to do. This month, The hospital says their allocations have been reduced and redirected to the state run vaccination sites. Calling its first events a major success. Amazon announces it's going to hold a second pop up vaccination clinic this past Sunday. The event successfully vaccinated 2400 people in just one day and was held in conjunction with Virginia Mason. These guys have done a terrific job. Very well organized, um, didn't have to wait very long at all. So it was perfect. It is excellent. Excellent. It just went very, very, very smoothly. Based on last weekend success, Amazon.

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High school student gets Covid vaccine in Seattle

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00:37 sec | 10 months ago

High school student gets Covid vaccine in Seattle

"Got the covert vaccine. He may be the youngest in the state. Brayden Eldridge, no relation to our Keith Eldridge is a medical intern at Swedish Hospital and qualified for the shot. He joins the thousands of health care workers who are in the first group to be vaccinated. You don't even feel it. It's apparently like half the volume of a flu shot. Then the visor ones, even smaller than that. I'm just so excited. I mean, there's there's a back scene. There's an end to this. His emotional mom. Courtney recovered from covert several months ago and still has lasting effects, including food aversions. And she needs an inhaler on occasion. The state has released the

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

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"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 he wore on the outside of his garment. That anybody has view. I did him a favor by picking it up. Oh, belt, says Solan is unfairly lumping him in with all the protesters, even though he's an independent journalist. The Office of Police Accountability is now investigating mounting complaints about Solans Twitter post. That's Cosmo's Jonathan Chou. Today, Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a court motion to try to stop US PS changes that he says threatened critical mail delivery, especially election ballots. Come was Preston Phillips has details. The preliminary injunction seeks to force the Postal Service to treat all election male is first class mail and aims to stop the policy where trucks are required to leave on time. Even if there's still male toe load Now. The motion also seeks to require the restart of any mail sorting machines removed from service. The action comes after written testimony and documents submitted yesterday. Show US PS removed 711 mail sorting machines from postal facilities. That's roughly double the machines. The agency typically removes in a given year. Judge plans to hear Ferguson's motion on September 17th. And that's come most. Preston Phillips six months into the cove in 19 pandemic food, big providers warned that they haven't turned the corner yet. Hunger getting worse comas Keith Eldridge reports on efforts to help prevent families from going hungry. Last year, Just more than one million people visited food banks in our state wasn't covered 19 pandemic, That number has doubled to 2.2 million. And it's expected to get worse. We know that the number of people facing hunger has doubles since the beginning of the pandemic. We've likely not setting the worse yet. We expect that by the end of this year, potentially one in five Washingtonians could be facing hunger. Wait. We haven't really turned a corner either on the virus or the economic recovery. We're not near that at this point, and so we anticipate seeing elevated need across the emergency food system. For months, if not years to come now the big challenges storage facilities and delivering the boxes and taking it out two cars. That's comas. Keith Eldridge. Come on news time. 6.

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Seattle school beginning year with in-person learning despite Inslee's warning

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle school beginning year with in-person learning despite Inslee's warning

"Back in class in a private school in Renton Como's Keith Eldridge with the story. It's a small, independent school kindergarten through high school. They believe they can mask up in state socially distant and keep kids and staff safe. Renton Prep Christian school 140 kids total, but only half of them are actually at the school. Other half going fully online, and they say they're following the governors and state health secretary's guidance on temperature checks, masking, distancing and being outdoors whenever possible, fully mask. We've talked with medical professionals who are families who have kids and a swell as those who are unrelated to our school, and we don't know the importance of masking Even outside then, unlike other schools that planned on a hybrid or part online and part on sites, written prep is either or

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02:25 min | 1 year ago

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"In 19 comas, Keith Eldridge says. It also comes with a warning. The morning is if you don't stay masked up in socially distance, all this good news could turn bad, but let's get to that. Good news that covert case numbers are steadily coming down. It's officially a statewide trend. There is good news. We have a great deal of work obviously left to do, But we are showing some success in our efforts, such as increasing the use of face coverings and seeing an encouraging declined in daily new case counts over the past few weeks were now clearly starting to see a decline in the number of cases that are being detected, and state health officer Dr Kathy Lo Fi said. Another bit of good news is that Realisation numbers are in good shape now starting to see the numbers flatten out, But they do say there is some concerning news and that is the death rates continue to go up. Back in June, it was around 4 to 5 deaths a day of the state. Now it's back up to 10. That's very alarming. The report shows Cove in 19 cases, air rising again and people over the age of 40 in our state. That trend is alarming because older people tend to have more severe symptoms of the virus. State Secretary of Health John Wiseman says this spike might have been caused by a recent rise in cases among people in their twenties and thirties who tend to have mild or no symptoms but can still spread the virus. The more vulnerable people. This Seattle school board voted unanimously to start school remotely this fall for its 53,000 students come ASU Romero as the latest school superintendent, Denise Juno, recommended the move and reminded the board that it's a flexible template and that nothing is set in stone. It includes mandatory Covad safety measures, but board vice president Shandra Hampson had questions about weekly schedules an online learning limits. I remain incredibly concerned about the notion of 1027 hours and the use of what is effectively a brick and mortar schedule in a remote environment. The district says 80 to 90% of its students have adequate access to technology for the upcoming school year. The first day of school is scheduled for September 2nd, See Romero Come on, news comes to the spread of covert 19. There is a difference between a person being asymptomatic versus pre symptomatic. Dr John Lynch, with Harborview Medicine says as asymptomatic means someone doesn't show any symptoms the entire time they have the virus. And so we distinguished asymptomatic from pre symptomatic,.

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

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"Time is now 9 34 traffic. We check it every 10 minutes on the forest. And once again we check in with our see cats. We just have one blocking incident that is, uh, in Bellevue on Cold Creek Parkway, both the Russian directions that is shut down between forest drive in South East 60th rollover accident that will remain closed for a couple of hours. They do have to fix a light ball there so definitely alternate routes for the time being. And Highway night in either direction, closed between 84th in 130 seconds around about construction until Monday morning. At five o'clock detours are in place I Marcy Cats, homeowners. Thanks a lot RC and almost Darren's on has your weekend forecast. We're going to start out with mostly sunny skies around western Washington, and we're gonna watch those clouds roll in during the afternoon highs today, upper sixties to lower seventies During the overnight hours will be some showers around both Just a couple left over for Sunday morning. We're going to drive by the afternoon. Ah, partly sunny wrap up for the weekend, but I still only around 70 degrees. Warmer, drier weather for the workweek ahead in the comer of the seven turns on companies currently 61 degrees, with partly cloudy skies outside the studios of Cuomo News in downtown Seattle. Someone whose time is now 9 35 Hospitals in the state say they're ready to handle surge of Colvin. 19 cases as Children return to school almost Keith Eldridge reports as the leaders of the very bridge Children's Hospital in Tacoma announced the building of a new $300 million hospital across from the current one. They say code numbers among Children are low, and they're ready. Should they jump, But are you concerned you're going to see an increase? In Children with covert coming into the existing hospital, and we'll need the new hospital.

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

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"As orders are lifted also the ninety year old magnolia bridge needs replacing last year the city said there wasn't enough money to pay for a new bridge now it's waiting for proposals no cost anywhere from two hundred to four hundred million dollars a full replacement would require money from the state or from federal government college time is now for thirty three governor Inslee says he's preparing his plans for re opening the state's economy but he says he's not there just yet almost Keith Eldridge has more from the governor says he's not there yet because we are not there yet not yet ready for the next phase of what's going to happen here the re opening of the state the governor says the key is testing is it has to go beyond just those showing symptoms it has to go to thousands of people every day so they can better track how this disease is spreading and how effective social distancing has been he says there has to be a flattening and decrease of the curve in cases and deaths before we can even begin to talk about easing restrictions that's called Keith Eldredge reporting governor Inslee says social distancing efforts in the state have been successful in flattening the curve of the outbreak but warns the state cannot stop it's efforts to soon he says if the trend continues the state should be able to transition from a broad restrictions to more targeted efforts the governor says it would still be a phased approach times now for thirty four como traffic we check it every ten minutes on the floor is always a good morning to J. Phillips on northbound I. five between north east one seventy eight then northeast one eighty fifth in shoreline the right lane is closed for roadwork until about five o'clock in the morning.

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

"keith eldridge" Discussed on KOMO

"Temperatures though still managing to make it into the low to mid sixties above average with sunshine I'm meteorologist Abby accounting the governors of Washington Oregon and California are making plans for the eventual re opening of the state's couples Keith Eldridge reports they say when it starts the return will be gradually governors laid out their specific plans saying this won't happen in a hurry and even when things are done life will not be the same so this is it will have to be continued in some form until a vaccine is found the governors of the three states agree on the need for these things to happen expanding testing tracing and tracking protecting most vulnerable adults seniors and homeless meeting needs of hospitals in case of surges aging research experts on heard community and finding a vaccine read Dr floor plans for C. spacing and businesses and schools having the ability to toggle on and off the return to work in school these were very difficult decisions to make and the question is can I be more specific on timelines in terms of the re opening and the answer is no answer for places like restaurants when they are eventually allowed to re open they may need to limit the number of tables to keep people spaced out the sector of healthcare in the state of Washington may the possibility that the return to handshakes you may have to wait for years because of the spread of this team at the university of Washington is made a website that shows what would happen.

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

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"Rise up Keith Eldridge komo news five fourteen let's check your drive the rain continues to come down here in Jordan has another comma traffic updates we are still working with our crash in Marysville that's partially blocking the ramp from northbound five to nine to northbound I. five now I'm hearing of a possible new crash north MI five in seatac around a hundred and eighty eight they haven't spotted it yet on the camera but I do see that the traffic is starting to get stacked up north but I five is also busy through to come a city center and we're becoming happier if you're approaching can do mowing road northbound one six seven slowing go if you travel through seminary into Pacific lots and lots and lots of roads are going to be closed today due to flooding valley freeway that still closed out from excuse me the maple valley from two hundred and thirty first two hundred ninety six simple state route nine hundred a score Hobart road or close to launch heard tiger mountains and also hearing word that that sounder north wind service that isn't going to be running today from ever to Seattle and that's due to the risk of mud slide our next call much traffic at five twenty four como eco roof forecast yes service showers this morning Iranian breezy this afternoon we're getting a little bit of a break right now from about shoreline down toward Olympia along the I five corridor it's raining north of the keys to the south of there looks like this afternoon the rain and the winds will pick up a little bit more high around fifty degrees gusty overnight tonight three C. for your Saturday with a chance of showers then.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

"keith eldridge" Discussed on KOMO

"A job these things for a living all gene Eugene Oregon Keith Eldridge colonial due time ten fourteen after traffic and weather will be joined by one of the stars of the new Broadway play coming to the paramount theater starting this weekend it's frozen right down fourteen let's see what your traffic looks like as we check in with you Jordan what we have so many roads that are closed right now due to flooding some of the heavier traveled routes include state route one six nine between a hundred ninety six and two hundred and thirty first St route two oh three four mile post fifteen to twenty two state route nine hundred from may valley two hundred nine that is what Hobart road for me valley to a ninety six if you're heading for Stevens pass it's currently close for avalanche control estimated to reopen around eleven o'clock this morning and what's really T. near the tech around some of the right linkedin blocked due to landslide but it's actually he's found a team that is struggling from is what Hobart road into that area speaking of struggles that's north bound for a five to brake lights come on at the West Valley highway and stay with you into new castle this is backing up north at one six seven from two twelve two four oh five north on I five is barely moving right now are from about mid Boeing field the I ninety and then we switched off and on slowing the five twenty seven I five probes in limited again in shoreline have your from eighty fifth toward the convention center our next call much traffic at ten twenty four and a ten fifteen let's update day come all eco roof forecast here once again is Krista Clark's forecasters calling for rain likely today and tonight was a breezy conditions all the way into Saturday and a partly sunny Sunday with a high near forty seven.

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

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"Mix of showers and sun breaks we also look for a rainy day on Friday hi to moral only about forty two degrees **** had to clear to mud slides on highway one a one highway one oh nine that is on the coast and also fix a buckled road at the Aberdeen after the heavy rain hit the area couples Keith Eldridge has the update just fear this hillside hasn't stopped fighting some of the mud continues to ooze down the slope walking state route one oh nine just west of gray's harbor committee of hope we'll slide that narrowly missed crashing into a car that ended up crashing a few yards up the road a vehicle struck some debris on the highway and skidded off into the guardrail about that time a slight came down the hill and then while our first officers on the scene and second flight came down on top of the first walk in the highway fortunately the driver the car was not hurt but now the concern about the unstable hillside fearing more mud and trees could come crashing down as the rain continues to fall the call is to keep the road closed meeting cars and school buses will have to continue to take the twenty minute detour one of those slides narrowly missed hitting a car regular Amtrak service is expected to resume at eight o'clock tomorrow morning between Seattle and Portland a landslide on the tracks between to call and laci was reported yesterday so that has shut down Amtrak between Seattle and Portland in the meantime passengers will be bused between the two cities construction companies already held responsible for last year's deadly downtown Seattle crane collapse now face a wrongful death lawsuit and we learn more about that from call most core when Hey four people died in the collapse last April now the Seattle Times reports families of two victims a Seattle Pacific university student and a former city planning.

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

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"We got on the plane she looked very pale and sick and I'm almost like Chinese take care over there and she cried and I was really wrong with their stories do not think there is anything suspicious about the girl's death Franklin si como news first Dennis Mullen Berg was ousted now Boeing has parted ways with the former CEO senior legal adviser will learn more about that now in this update from call most core when Hey Jay Michael letting his name he's retiring after a fourteen year career as a key member of the Boeing legal team eight months ago Boeing tap the former federal appeals court judge to serve as Mullen Berg's main adviser during the onslaught of legal troubles related to the deadly seven thirty seven MAX crashes now just days after mon birds Alistair Boeing says let he has informed the board of directors he will finally act on his quote long considered retirement of course Boeing's Max related legal troubles are far from over but the company clearly is trying to distance himself itself both from all over again from a legal strategy in which the CEO tried to deflect blame for the two crashes away from the company and on two pilots and pilot training corps would hate call more news slowing to own market research reveals forty percent of regular airline passengers say they would not fly aboard a recertified seven thirty seven Max now in a series of conference calls Boeing is advising their lives on how to win over these reluctant flyers according to The New York Times Boeing was flight attendants and airline pilots to speak with a nervous passenger face to face and personally assure their safety levels felt fails Boeing says the airline could offer to rebook the flight the community is it preparing for Monday's Memorial for deputy Cooper Dyson who was killed in a crash last weekend goals Keith Eldridge says the memorial.

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

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"A close eye on kids keep furniture away from windows and install window locks are guards for mother says she can't believe that someone in a fit of road rage would fire a shot at her and her young daughter it happened along appears county highway and we get more from call most Keith Eldridge seven along this stretch of highway one sixty two between reporting and south our C. Lars had all of a sudden this car was right on bumper I decided to slow down almost to a complete stop hoping that he passed me firstly whether eighteen month old daughter have the doesn't know what she might have done to anger someone when slowing down and stopping didn't work Marcy said she sped up again with the car right on our tail after a couple minutes he was on my bumper again and at this time I had felt something hit the back of my neck last start falling around the track the guy sped off before she can get a license of what appeared to be a white Honda accord a prelude to save a troll told her it was a BB gun that was you I'm just glad it was just a baby and not a real gun no serious injuries for each call mornings Bellevue police say a man has been arrested for stealing packages from dozens of homes using a lime a rental car almost merry nam says that made it tough to track down surveillance video shows the band pull up in a line card still a package off the porch police say one of the homes he hit had clear video of his face and that is how they finally identified him and arrested him and his girlfriend police say there were two line cars parked near their home but investigators had a hard time tracking the thief throughline records because a suspect you stolen ID's and credit cards to rent the cars they don't have any way of knowing who specifically is.

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

"keith eldridge" Discussed on KOMO

"With his teenage daughter is speaking publicly for the first time since losing her, and a DUI crash come Keith Eldridge reports it happened in December, but Father's Day really brought out all the emotions. Exciting to actually finally meet her. Happy to get to know him shores Corey Tony said his daughter, Mikhail grew up, not knowing about him, but she finally got curious in one of to meet him. That was a little more than a year ago. Now, she's caring and loving. And she looked up to crystal as a mother, especially in crystal is crystal Molin state patrol says she was driving impaired last December fourth curve on highway one sixty four and slammed head on into a pickup truck. It's sad that she's never going to grow up. She never going to have a family of her own. She never got to graduate school. Nothing. I mean that's not fair. Really, is it, sorry, very became an instant stepmom when they met her night, bonded. He called me, mom the last time they saw her was last fourth of July had an absolute blast. She is just so pitiful. And loving and. We had a great fourth of July down the road at the park, now the last time, we got to see her. There. Two sets of parents were in court to see Mullins arraignment Thursday. Also, there was will gatlin the driver of the pickup hit head on just actually devastating. Channel thirteen and even had a chance to start life yet here. The scene, you can still see some of the remnants of the crash that.

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02:59 min | 2 years ago

"keith eldridge" Discussed on KOMO

"If it weren't for them. He could have gone somewhere else. And we would have never seen a make a second person was detained and also questioned. Komo news time six thirty six family of soon. John nam is preparing for a big public memorial today. In Puyallup yesterday, a sixteen year old officially charged as an adult in her murder. Komo's Keith Eldridge says the brutal murderer the owner of that small store stunned the community including the school that bowl team suspects attended Decatur high school in Federal Way shocked that to their students could be in on it sixteen year old robbery tops went before a judge charged as an adult with aggravated murder robbery and assault to get a principal. Jamie tough set this message out to parents the purpose of this letter is to let you know that we are aware of information being shared online referencing possible connection between two Decatur students and an incident that happened off campus. The second student is sixteen year old Franklin to whose body was found in commencement bay. Monday shot in the head at this point. Investigators are still trying to determine who. Fire the deadly shot and killed to the preceding Thompson was transported back to juvenile hall where he's being held onto million dollars bail, Keith Eldridge. Komo news. Started killing more California sea lions preying on imperilled salmon in the Columbia River below hydro-electric project on the border national marine fishery servicing yesterday and making public revise criteria. For removing see lines of Bonneville dam officials say Tennessee lines have been killed so far this year. Most as a result of that policy. Change Abedian man will spend nearly three years behind bars for leaving disturbing notes at bus stops and took willa Darren Jones plead guilty plead guilty that is to attempt at commercial sexual abuse of a minor. He made notes with his number on it offering money in exchange for girls used underwear deputy setup sting Jones last April where he thought he was meeting with a fourteen year old girl offering to pay her for sex and modeling when Jones gets out of prison. He must register as a sex offender. Komo news time now. Six thirty eight big weekend here in Washington boating season gets underway. But there are things you need to do before you set sail. Many people don't realize if you have any kind of a watercraft with an engine fifteen horsepower or more. It is required. You have a voter education card through Washington, state parks, Christina Fremont, was state park says you also need safety equipment, including a sound signaling device, especially paddle craft a lot of folks don't realize they're required to have. And that can be a whistle especially kayak having a whistle attached to your life jacket a horn rebel among the vice from state parks, stay sober. And let people know where you're going and when you'll be back. So you're easier to find if you get lost. Also, you can take the boater safety course, online in the convenience of your home. Seattle nightclub owner says even though his building will be demolished by developers. He's found a way for the bands to play on. Joel Moreno has the unusual deal that could save a piece of the city's music history..

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

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"Komo's Keith Eldridge at the state capital Friday. Let me ask you something. What if Seattle is dying? I mean, I thought it was very brave journalism set a lot of things out loud. And put it out there. So that people are thinking really a game changer. I have never in my time in the legislature heard so much conversation about one topic that's generated by John was like that state Senate Republicans say it's a call to action. This is a crisis. We can no longer ignore some of their bills include creating work programs for unemployed homeless adults prohibiting homeless camps near schools. Expanding community base behavioral health facilities through the use of state bonds and providing tax relief to those facilities and when it comes to drug treatment. They're intrigued by what the special said about other states understand the Rhode Island model for medically assisted treatment Rhode Island prison system drug addicts are treated with methadone and other aids to wean them off. Maybe that's not a panacea. But it's certainly going to give us something to look at it. As maybe one of the tools, we can use going forward from the democratic perspective in terms of our priorities. This is one of the top priority democrat. I'd say the issues is important. That's why they formed the special subcommittee on behavioral health long term care housing homelessness. The intersection of the health mental a mental health and the issues that we're seeing and not only in Seattle all around the state Keith Eldridge reporting from the state capital and a reminder an encore presentation of Seattle is dying will air tomorrow night, Saturday night at ten pm also on Sunday afternoon, March thirty.

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02:13 min | 2 years ago

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"Commute by ferry may see more delays as the ferry system struggles to keep up with unplanned maintenance issues the follow ROY Vashon Southworth fairy is running on a reduced schedule. This week the third boat is being worked on and there isn't a backup boat available the Mukilteo Clinton route is also running with just one boat. A rapes virus says she's willing to take on the legislature to get. A Bill passed that would ensure all rape kits are tested. Komo's Keith Eldridge reports it's increasingly challenging, but knowing what's at stake makes it entirely worth it. Because Stephen says it's important to put a face to the survivors of rape. That's why she's willing to publicly testify at the legislature on the effort to quickly test kits of evidence taken from rape survivors, and to get rid of the backlog of ten thousand untested kits. The Bill prohibits the destruction of untested sexual assault kits until June thirtieth of twenty twenty it sets the turnaround time for testing at forty five days beginning January of two thousand twenty one. It extends the statute of limitations from one to two years to prosecute the person. They believe did it and it puts up thirteen million dollars for new lab testing equipment and staff. That's komo's Keith Eldridge reporting. The Bill now moves to the state Senate the state house version of the prescription drug price transparency. Bill went before the state Senate health committee yesterday supporters, call it a good step toward protecting consumers from unfair drug pricing data little while the Washington state pharmacy association said if they really want to get to the heart of drug prices, they should look at what are known as a pharmacy benefit managers. Those are third party contractors who little says are given control of prescription benefits PBS create design implement and administer the prescription drug benefits. Ppm set the patient co payments and co insurance amounts essentially, dictating what the patients are going to pay for the cost of drags. The Bill remains in the Senate committee process, a pregnant woman in Portland and her unborn unborn child. Have reportedly died from the flu. The woman died after going to the hospital earlier this month and had even gotten a flu shot public health physician. Dr Richard Leman says this year's flu shot is only likely to give you a forty seven percent chance of not getting sick. You says it could be because if he particular strain that's going around that often causes.

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

"keith eldridge" Discussed on KOMO

"Here's the forecast from Seth Wayne going for mostly sunny skies through the day today and high temperatures expected to reach the upper thirty s so do you look for that mostly clear sky tonight, another cold one tomorrow morning, sunshine, sun and clouds really stretch on Thursday before the possibility of lowland snow returns as we round out the week. I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO weather center in downtown Seattle, sunshine and twenty three. Now, a lot of school districts have been closed this week because of the weather these snow days, we'll have to be made up, of course, one way or another. Komo's Keith Eldridge went to body lake where they have announced they are closed today. We'll Sundarban district does not have any built in snow days. And so now the end of school is already extended to Monday, June twenty four you to go to school in the summertime now may have to pay for with a snow day today. Suns are a little worried about having to go to school in summertime but today. Today, a play in the snow to give Andrey sunny day in summer from Seattle to Issaquah from Bellingham to five schools all over the region made the tough call to keep the buses in the barn. Keep the kids safe at home and off the slippery roads. Keith Eldridge, KOMO news. Well, it looks like we're going to have very cold weather for several more days. There are some things you need to do to keep yourself safe Intel things warm up. Sure, you keep extra blankets on hand and emergency supply kits that include not only. Flashlights? And I batteries but also battery operated radios be sure to keep fire extinguishers handy. To just in case before you leave the house, make sure you've taken a few expert cautions inside it is expensive to run the heat all day. So if you're not home, you may be tempted to turn down that thermostat. Just make sure you have it. No lower than fifty five degrees. You can set one faucet in the house to drip, cold water. And if you have pipes at unheeded areas wrap those pipes against the potential to freeze. Also, this is so important don't. Ever bring anything indoors? That's intended only to be used outdoors to try to heat up your house because any.

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"keith eldridge" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"keith eldridge" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo's Keith Eldridge explains. The challenges each year easily passes the house of representatives only to get stuck in the state Senate, the chair of the Senate committee handling this issue. Senator Jamie Peterson tells me he's all in favor of going after sex offenders. But once the survivors to report is quick. As they can. And not have the time be open ended. We want to encourage victims to come forward while they can still get Justice while it's still practical for prosecutors to be able to gather the evidence. And so a compromise is in the works. I've talked to sexual assaults and they're saying if we can get a win. Let's get the win because it's their Bill. It's not my Bill. Eight Olympia, Keith Eldridge. Komo news house committee members will soon vote on the Bill for a total elimination of the statute of limitations. The Senate compromise version awaits a hearing date state lawmaker says the death penalty abolished in Washington last year should be reinstated for murders committed behind bars. Komo's Corwin Hake with details. Republican state Senator Keith Wagner of cedar Willie is inspired by a crime committed in his district. Byron sheriff already serving life in prison at the Monroe correctional complex murdered corrections. Officer Jamie Bendall in twenty eleven sheriff spent five years on death row. Then last fall, the state supreme court struck down the state's death penalty, calling it arbitrary. And racially biased to States Supreme Court decision today. We'll stand is a beacon for equal Justice in the state of Washington governor Inslee last November the high court commuted sheriff's death sentence to life without parole. Wagner says that's not right. He tells the Everett herald his Bill would restore capital punishment as an option for prosecutors in cases where an inmate is charged with aggravated first degree murder. The Bill faces an uphill battle state. Senator Jamie Peterson democrat from Seattle is chair of the Senate law and Justice committee. He says he will not grant Wagner's Bill. A hearing Corwin Hake. Komo news coming up on KOMO. He's going to film school. Thanks to silent. Bob. I'm Brian Calvert. With the local moviemaker who will be a clerk no longer. I update on. Komo AAA traffic every ten minutes on the fours. The latest now from marina Rockinger. I wish we could keep a like this way at this way. Always work. What are you saying? It looks great. I mean, we don't have any blocking problems other than of course, the closure of the viaduct, but we are looking good. Don't have any crashes reported in volume very very light. I even took a look at the passes, and we don't have any trouble or restrictions on either Stevens pass or Snoqualmie pass. This look at traffic is brought to you by discover get your free credit.

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Florida man accused of killing pregnant wife, trying to cut up body

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

02:06 min | 3 years ago

Florida man accused of killing pregnant wife, trying to cut up body

"Acknowledge those who donate blood but there's also a message for non donors komo's gregg hersholt reports the recent harris poll found about thirty percent of those who don't donate blood or afraid that the needle will cause pain bloodworks northwest president dr james audubon says would like to make it very clear that the needle that we use in blood collection are specially produced they are examined under a microscope or sterilized and they are coated with a special silicon coating so they slided easily they don't hurt they're not the same as needles that you encounter when you go to your doctor's office to have a blood test he says the summer months present a challenge because donations typically drop into summer vacations and normal routines being disrupted the doctor is hoping that today's world blood donor day will serve as a motivation for people to donate with a particular need right now for platelets gregg hersholt komo news the pierce county health department confirming another case of hepatitis c that could be linked to eight other cases at good samaritan hospital in puyallup health officials say it's still unclear how that virus spread none of the patients have a connection to one another except for receiving an injection from the same nurse in the emergency room the attorney for that nurse corps awebber claims that she does not have hepatitis a mason county man admits to nine one one operators that he beat his wife so severely that she died several days later komo's keith eldridge says the husband is jailed while the tech does look for evidence around his collins lake home the strongest piece of evidence that nine one one call from stuart sullivan where he said about his wife i beat the hell out of her a couple of days ago and i think she just died sullivan went before a judge fact a six year old is accused of first degree murder the prosecutor said it was because of what he called extreme indifference to human life when the nine one one operator asked what sullivan had used to beat his wife he said everything i suppose she got beat up bad this circumstance to me is one of those is an absolute tragedy and depending on investigation plays we'll know more about the time span that time link on that sullivan held in jail and a half million dollars bail into who you keith eldridge.

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Mt. Sterling McDonald's worker one of 5 confirmed hepatitis A cases in Montgomery County

The Boom X Show with Darol Tuttle

01:52 min | 3 years ago

Mt. Sterling McDonald's worker one of 5 confirmed hepatitis A cases in Montgomery County

"Infecting patients with hepatitis c in pierce county her attorney tells us she doesn't have hep c komo's keith eldridge reports nurse cora we break the feser herself against the charge that she knowingly spread emergency room patients a good sample hospital in puyallup hospital said twenty seven hundred people could have been exposed to the infection her attorney now says this proves she is not guilty the additional scientific testing that we have undermines the very threshold issue core couldn't have given anybody this virus she doesn't have it i want everyone to know that i never intentionally unintentionally stuck anyone with a needle with which i stuck myself to admits that she took drugs from the er or attorney says internal memos say the state health department cannot directly link her to to patients who i got hep c i talked to multi care the people who run good sam they say they were told by the county health department that she did test positive for hep c now it's up to the prosecuting attorney to figure it all out whether to file assault charges against let that part of the case drop keith eldridge komo news meanwhile just over half of the good samaritan patients warned they could have been exposed to hepatitis c you you've been tested in all more than twenty seven hundred patients got that warning fourteen hundred thirty have been tested at of all the tests the health department says it has confirmed two cases have come from the same source another hit of e coli for yet another local restaurant coli outbreak at three homegrown restaurants in redmond kirkland and seattle we're told four people got sick after eating the chicken pesto sandwiches there at the end of april the restaurants have stopped selling them while the health department looks for a source of that outbreak break that's komo's lease stole a new whale alert to help area voter stay clear put in place komo's mark christopher explained that new wail warning flag will be flown by bojan select land stations along.

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Years After Murder Exoneration, Amanda Knox Hosts TV Show About Women Who've Been Publicly Shamed

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Years After Murder Exoneration, Amanda Knox Hosts TV Show About Women Who've Been Publicly Shamed

"After last year's mayhem is almost keith eldridge police had a strong presence throughout the day and on into the evening they vowed to do everything they could prevent a repeat of may day two thousand seventeen with a may day march turned violent windows at several businesses were broken and demonstrators were pepper sprayed a total of nine people were arrested for malicious mischief nine officers were hurt got tired of seeing that robert johnson of capital city guitars decided to take back history put on a sidewalk barbecue and jam session we shouldn't have presence and came out and did a barbecue put some music out here that we might determine them people out of join the night definitely noticing the difference between last year and is pretty mellow and inviting the demonstration a peaceful international workers celebration at sylvester definitely by all means for all the people there now may totally peaceful here leadville keith eldridge komo news time seven seattle's amanda knox back in the news try to help other women whom she says have been maligned and the media knox was convicted of murder in italy serving prison time there before eventually being exonerated now she's working on a new project with facebook it's called the scarlet letter reports if she talked with in it she talked with women in the public spotlight who are fighting to reclaim their reputations vilification came through the lens of our societies impulse to vilify women and female sexuality and coming home from that i've seen how that same vilification process happens towards other women and that's what this show is all about is is bringing back compassion and context to journalism and scott reports appears on facebook every wednesday voters may soon run out of excuses for feeling return election ballots komo's carleen johnson with more secretary of.

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Shannon O'donnell, Julia Runyon and Johnny Radke discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

02:14 min | 3 years ago

Shannon O'donnell, Julia Runyon and Johnny Radke discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"And showers backed by friday night into the weekend in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell sixty four right now in seattle fire investigators checking if there's any connection between a house fire and suspicious criminal activity across the street at this point the cause of the devastating fire is still mystery come keith eldridge reports from olympic view drive with the latest on that investigation the fire on puget sound inlet just west of downtown gig harbor tore through the manning family's home we were praying praying that there was no nobody hurt julia runyon live just across the water and it was really sad and amazing to see something happening like that in our neighborhood fortunately nobody was home the owners were out of town we never like see this kind of loss in our community is dramatic for everybody involved and it always hits us hard we see people's belongings where they lived go up the cause so far unknown but some suspicious activity was taking place at the same time across the street's very scary johnny radke says it's obvious someone tried to get into her home because she never leaves the sliding screen door open so somebody did that as you said someone had messed with the control box turned over some kayaks and left a glove behind next to her the homeowner says someone slipped into her home and took a laptop and other items while a fire was burning and she was evacuated but at this point investigators do not know if the burglaries and the fire are connected the fire investigators been on scene trying to figure out what causes it here if there's any connection to the home was being burglarized next door gig harbor keith eldridge komo news personnel of entered what was the russian consulate mansion in seattle the facility had been ordered closed in the aftermath of the spy poisoning scandal in great britain officials with the state department tell us they entered this morning to secure the facility and ensure russian officials had vacated the premises russian personnel had until eleven fifty nine last night to vacate the consulate there's another faster way to get from seattle to vancouver and it comes complete with water front view come loose jeff pohjola explains starting tomorrow kenmore air will offer daily flights from lake union.

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