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"Health officials in the Pacific Northwest are expressing concern about a COVID wave this fall At a briefing in Seattle King County health officer doctor Jeff duchin warned that after months of declining cases virus trends in Europe are concerning predictor of what the U.S. could soon be seeing Duchenne says increasing hospitalizations there suggests that waning immunity increased gatherings and the return to pre-pandemic activity is leading to a surge of COVID-19 in Europe a clear warning of what the U.S. can expect to see in about four to 6 weeks Health officials in Washington state and Oregon are urging residents to get the updated COVID booster shot as soon as possible I'm Jennifer King
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"Dan jewett, a former science teacher married just two years ago, Scott filed for divorce in King County superior court this week in less than four years, Scott has divorced her longtime husband, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, and given away more than $12 billion to nonprofits. A Spokane bottle shop owner wants to sell craft beer from vending machines at Spokane international airport. He pitched the idea to the state liquor board as a way of promoting Washington's craft beer industry. Audrey vesec is a regulatory analyst. Under this concept of any machine with self year for off premises consumption only. Instead, it would rely on cloud based Internet technology to verify customers of legal age. Vasek told the board the state has 25 different liquor licenses and craft beer vending machines don't qualify for any of them. The liquor board rejected the idea. Time to visit the Beacon plumbing sports testimony is trying to inch closer to a wildcard playoff spot with a home victory over Texas right now at the top of the 5th. They are leading three two one. The Seattle kraken show signs of improvement in season number two. Here's Bill Swartz. Too bad the first two games don't count because the kraken produced three zero victories over Western Conference powers, Edmonton and Calgary. Most of the early pre season work is dedicated to seeing which guys can earn a roster spot and build some team chemistry. Head coach Dave hacksaw is pleased with the combinations on both his power play and penalty kill. Now both sides especially teams. We've got work to do. But it's nice to start with a clean slate on the PK. That's a good place to start and a good place to build from. The kraken head to Vancouver for a Thursday night game against the Canucks. Ahead of Sunday's road football game with Detroit, the Seahawks put running back Travis Homer on injured reserve and they promote corner Xavier Crawford from practice squad to the 53 man roster. Only two soccer matches left for the sounders in the regular season schedule. Sunday, they play at sporting Kansas City, then home against San Jose. Seattle needs to win both and get some help to make the MLS playoffs. Sports with Swartz at ten and 40 after the hour, northwest news radio. At easy cater, food for work is our thing. It's literally all we've done for 15 years. Whether you need to feed a meeting or the whole company. We're here to make sure the food is professionally delivered. On time, as ordered, and all within your budget. No wonder we get orders from 93% of Fortune 500 companies. Boot for work is what we do. And
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"1000 FM 97 7 stay connected, stay informed. Good evening, I'm Kelly flyer, and here's what's happening. A proposed property tax hike in King County is being pitched as a way to fight the behavioral health crisis. John libertini reports. It's ambitious and impressive, but some will argue a levee is still attacks. County executive Dow Constantine. I will transmit to the King County council of proposal for a new crisis care center's levy. The rate would be about $10 per month for the median priced home, which is around $800,000 in King County. Over 9 years, it would generate a whopping one and a quarter $1 billion for 5 crisis care centers. Well paid highly trained behavioral health workers are also part of the plan. Behavioral healthcare is built upon inadequate wages. Christian Baden is with labor union, SEIU. People in this field, including people with bachelor's and master's degrees regularly find themselves working to enroll clients in housing and food subsidy programs that they themselves qualify for. Constantine says the county has been pulling homeowners. When presented with the price tag that I shared with you, they strongly supported it. They feel that this is something that simply has to be done. The King County council is expected to put it in writing and voters would decide by April of 2023. John libertini, northwest news radio. Starbucks is hoping to start union negotiations next month. The company sent a letter to 238 stores offering a three week window in October in which to begin talks, those stores of all voted to unionize. It seems federal marijuana laws are forcing Amazon to ban some products, some spice grinders were pulled from the site because they can be used to prepare cannabis. Chris shreve is cofounder of program metrics a Seattle based ad agency with a cannabis and CBD division. So many states are now approving the sale of recreational cannabis and medical cannabis. There's a disconnect. Amazon claims it has always been proactive, but critics argue similar products are still selling on Amazon, while others have been banned. Washington state is about to spend $76 million on fish, specifically on projects to restore salmon habitat, both was news radio's Ryan Harris tells us about the new grants. The biggest single round of grants in state history will go for all kinds of projects around the state from culvert removal to moving levees back from riverbanks and even several bridges, including a change to highway 24 near Yakima that will better allow the Yakima river to move through that area, Mark Dubois with the state's recovery and conservation office says the focus is often on rivers in and around puget sound and the Olympic Peninsula. That's where the residents and transients are primarily at. However, it's important to restore our coastal river watersheds and lower Columbia too because the orc is migrate up and down the Washington Oregon coast. Dubois says even more money for other projects will go out later this year. He says they're watching for a spike in fish return numbers because he says a pandemic lull and harvesting might give them a little boost. Ryan Harris northwest news radio. The NTSB is investigating what caused a small plane to crash last night in sketch county. The plane was headed from concrete to Kyle's airport in snohomish when it crashed in this wooded area in Lyman. So how much county deputies helped rescue the two elderly men on board? No one was seriously hurt. Mary Nam. An investigation is underway following a stabbing in the first hill neighborhood Seattle police say it happened this morning in the area of 7th and James, where a 22 year old man was stabbed several times in his torso and leg, he was taken to harborview in serious condition. Witnesses tell officers a suspect attempted to rob the man then took off on foot after the stabbing. In Thurston county, a man is acting as an armed guard near local schools, northwest news radio's Jeff pogal has that story. His name is Anthony triplet, and he says he has both military experience and training as a security officer. My kids go to this school along with the other schools throughout the county, and after the last school shooting, I could no longer take it to where our kids are unprotected. So I'm doing what I can to help keep our kids safe from active shooters by being a deterrent in the area. He tells the Olympian newspaper that he remains on public property off school grounds, so he's not violating any laws. And while sheriff John snus at appreciates the help, he tells the paper that protecting schools is a job for law enforcement. Jeff pojo and northwest news radio. Time to visit the Beacon plumbing sports desk, the puck dropped at Seattle's climate pledge arena tonight preseason hockey between the kraken and Edmonton in period two right now cracking up one to nothing. New challenges for the undefeated Washington husky football team more for Bill sports. You dubbed dominated Stanford and Saturday nights pack 12 home opener the huskies improved to four and rise to number 15 in The Associated Press poll. Now with a Friday night game at the Rose Bowl Stadium, the last week of September is a short one for coach kalen deboer and the dog. A short week, a guy starts school this week. We've got to travel to Friday game. We moved on very quickly to UCLA yesterday, just knowing all those things are in front of us. Washington state and regroup mode after a painful home loss to the Oregon ducks, the coogs host cow Saturday. Despite their loss to Atlanta, 27 23 and one and two start, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll optimistic about the rest of the season. He says young starting players can only get
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"Forecast overnight tonight air quality improving a little cool marine air is starting to push in. We're expecting cloudy skies to start out Tuesday with temperatures in the low to mid 50s and will clear out by noon or even a little bit sooner with some sunshine around for the day Tuesday, high temperatures mid to upper 70s to low 80s, increasing clouds Tuesday night brings in a little light rain in places around Wednesday. Also much cooler in the 60s. From the como four weather center a meteorologist Rebecca Stevenson. Cloudy skies currently 72 in Seattle. A 9 year property tax is now in play in King County as a way of paying for sweeping changes in the fight against the behavioral health crisis. I will transmit to the King County council of proposal for a new crisis care center's levy. The rate would be about $10 per month for the median priced home, which is around $800,000 in King County. By 2032, the tax would generate one and a quarter $1 billion for 5 crisis care centers across the region. That's about $10 a month we're told for the average homeowner. The King County council is expected to put the proposal in writing and voters would decide by April of 2023. Why did Amazon suddenly start removing products and it's been selling for years as John libertini reports it has a lot to do with the ever changing cannabis industry. For years, Amazon has allowed companies to sell products that could also be used as drug paraphernalia. Spice grinders and pipes are examples. And because of so much gray area. Chris shreve is cofounder of program metrics, a Seattle based ad agency with a cannabis and CBD division. And it really stemmed from the fact that it's still a federally illegal schedule one substance from a national perspective. An Amazon spokesperson tells the Seattle times we have proactive measures in place to prevent prohibited products from being listed, including drug paraphernalia. But some argue similar products are still selling on Amazon while others have been removed. But so many states are now approving the sale of recreational cannabis and medical cannabis. There's a disconnect. Other social media sites, though, like Google meta and Instagram are allowing businesses to display their products, but not
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"A storm in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico, ABC News meteorologist Cheryl Scott. An 80% chance that this tropical disturbance forms and develops into a name storm this from rapidly developing that's going to quickly move up to the north and west, tropical storm warnings for the coast of Texas and also Mexico. Not fit to be Speaker of the House minority leader Kevin McCarthy, says fellow House Republican Liz Cheney, vice chair of the January 6th committee, citing McCarthy's dismissal of the seriousness of the attack on the capitol. He's been completely unfaithful to the constitution. And demonstrated a total lack of understanding of the significance and the importance of the role of speaker. So I don't believe he should be Speaker of the House. Cheney also says talks are ongoing to try to have former vice president Pence testify to the committee. Wall Street had a down day and indexes for the week, lost some ground. Chuck sievertson, ABC News. Stay connected, stay informed with the northwest's only all news station northwest news radio. Good evening, it is 8 31. I'm Kelly blier and here are the top local stories. King County declares a public health emergency in response to the continuing global monkeypox outbreak, the proclamation allows public health Seattle and King County to be more flexible with procurement, hiring and contracting protocols in order to respond effectively that order from county executive Dow Constantine comes with at least 272 confirmed cases of the virus across King County. People who live in west Seattle's Dell ridge neighborhood are fed up with increasing crime in the area, but police have just made an arrest in a sexual assault there earlier this week, come a force Paul Rivera reports. Residents, they want something to be done after what they said have been repeated issues of crime, so they have organized holding a rally not only to address the sexual assault, but also to address all the criminal issues they say have been happening around here. Now, two residents that we spoke to today, they showed us these plots of land just down the road from the park. It is an area where police say the woman was sexually assaulted on Monday evening. Following a fire in July, a homeless encampment was also cleared from this area, and a month before that, authorities say a homeless man was shot and killed here. We've had meetings with the police and community leaders a year ago listing our concerns. That was a year ago. That was before someone was murdered at that corner, and before that woman was violently assaulted at that corner. And we just don't want to see any more terrible things happen. In 18 year old, forever it was arrested in the del rig sexual assault that occurred on Monday. It gets up county sheriff deputies are working to find out how a couple was killed in their olala home. The daughter went to the home along shady Glen avenue Thursday evening to check on her parents. That's when she found the door had been broken open, deputies quickly found Stephen schulz and his wife Mina, they were both they both died from apparent homicidal violence. Still homeless county detectives are investigating after a woman is fatally shot by intruders in her home. Whitaker has the latest. This investigation still ongoing with some major questions still on answer. Number one, who did this, detectives, investigators, canvassing the neighborhood looking for any type of surveillance they could find that might show who the intruders were. Second question, another major component of this investigation, a search of the house. The suspects forced entry into the home three men, all dressed in dark clothing, wearing face coverings, break into a home where I'm told a man and a woman are in bed, their young child asleep. So how much county sheriffs spokesperson Courtney O'Keefe tells me the intruders argued with the couple before shooting the woman in her 30s in the head. Do you think there was any motive for that particular house? It's too early in the investigation for us to know yet, but detectives are actively investigating and trying to determine if this was a targeted resident. Denise Whitaker, come on news. No, it's what's news time is 8 34. Let's get a check of the
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"The disease activity That a spike in overdose deaths King County officials meeting over the response to the opioid crisis John Loeb or teeny reports Overdose death jumped by about 40% in 2021 to 720 people You won't know if the pill is laced with fentanyl It doesn't have a taste It doesn't have a smell But local health officials have been focusing on fentanyl for almost three years This video released in October of 2019 Francesca Collins Seattle King County public health But now is a synthetic opioid drug that's super powerful It's actually a hundred times stronger than typical opioid drugs And now a UW study shows the number of fentanyl deaths doubling in 2021 to 388 and this year is on page to meet or beat that number John lubber northwest news radio It Everett man has been arrested on suspicion of fatally shooting an Everett man earlier this month Police say the suspect shot and killed the 31 year old victim outside of one 28 billiards march 6th the 22 year old suspect was arrested at a job site in booked for first degree murder bail has been set at $1 million Former bookkeeper of a NASCAR champion in Tacoma is facing charges of stealing money from him Kelly blier reports Ron Eaton is the three time champion of NASCAR's now folded northwest series and he's accusing his former longtime bookkeeper of embezzling money 58 year old Tyrion Hopkins worked as Eaton's bookkeeper from 1990 to 2018 The Tacoma news tribune says prosecutors have now charged her with stealing more than $30,000 from her former employer She faces several charges of first degree identity theft first degree theft and second degree theft Prosecutors claim the embezzlement occurred between 2015 and 2018 It was discovered after another person was hired to oversee bookkeeping at Eton's businesses and she found the suspicious charges Hopkins appeared in pierce county superior court earlier this month and pleaded not guilty Kelly blier northwest news radio At harborview medical center in critical condition after being stabbed by a coworker several times at a Walmart in auburn Investors say it happened early this morning at the Walmart near the outlet collection mall They say a 26 year old man stabbed another employee four to 6 times the store was closed at the time suspects in custody no word yet On what led up to that stabbing Northwest news times 7 ten and from the Beacon plumbing sports desk hockey in Seattle tonight just getting underway the kraken against the Las Vegas golden knights Bill Swartz says the Mariners were clubbed by the cubs in spring training baseball Second day in a row opposing offenses put up crooked numbers against Mariners pitching The cubs win 8 to 5 in mesa Arizona Seattle lefty Marco Gonzalez started fans 7 Chicago batters and was touched for 6 runs He did work into the 5th inning which was part of Marco's spring training goal I think.
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"Got a chance for rain back for the weekend In the coming four weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell Off and on drizzle here in downtown Seattle our Seattle center temperature 52° and you're in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news It's 6 O 6 A 32 year old man has been arrested after police in 5 say he broke into a Harley-Davidson dealership there Officers say the store's alarm went off around 1240 this morning The man was captured as he was leaving the building detectives believe he's also linked to at least 7 burglaries and fife and in the downtown Tacoma area The King County department of public defense would dramatically expand under draft legislation that's been leaked to a member of the King County council The plan would require police to offer a defense attorney to every person before they question him carlene Johnson reports The draft proposal for legislation was sent to King County council member Reagan done by at least two sources He's now demanding answers Dunne tells northwest news radio that if police are required to call a defense attorney every time they want to talk to a subject investigations will grind to a halt evidence will be lost not to mention Dunn says the cost to taxpayers It's going to be really really expensive for the public to bear the weight of this new program It will require lots more public defense attorneys on 24/7 and now the public Defense Department will just grow exponentially as a result of this law that we're passed The leaked proposal comes at a time where the King County sheriff's department has 100 unfilled deputy vacancies carlene Johnson northwest news radio We reached out to the public defender's office have not heard any comment back from them If the mayors of carnations and Kwame north bend and other east county King County communities are smiling today it's because their dream highway project is now fully funded Corwin Hank has more U.S. representative Kim schreier noticed those smiles when she arrived in snoqualmie to brief local leaders on state route 18 funding We all had smiles just glued to our faces because this is so long overdue The 8th district Democrat is talking about the expansion of highway 18 into a four lane.
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"Inmate advocates are leaving allegations of inhuman and unsafe conditions in King County jails as John lobert in reports these are new concerns in the wake of the omicron surge It's common Inmates testing positive It's unfathomable but the mental and emotional toll may be more damaging Inmate advocate Kelly Johnson Folks don't have access to their basic needs like clean laundry hot food regular communication with their loved ones The department of public defense is leading a long list of groups asking the county to rethink whose book and who's not No new Washington prisons The expansion of booking restrictions demand emotions or release stop requesting warrants The omicron surge were told is slowing the legal process opportunities for inmates and lawyers to meet and it gets worse as mental health professional Molly Mattingly We are holding innocent people in jail and risking the spread of COVID-19 But top prosecutor Dan satterberg shot back with this there are a few inmates in custody unless serious offenses John libertini county council member Reagan Dunn quickly responded to the proposal saying it's quote absolutely negligent to use the pandemic as an excuse to release dangerous offenders from our jails in the suspend the prosecution of crimes Downtown Seattle group is looking to shell out even more money for private security for help they say they're not getting from police They say extra security is needed along a stretch of third avenue that's run by homeless campers and drugs Come before is Jackie Kent has details and reaction from businesses Thanks for help is a relief for nearby businesses who are tired of the crime in the area The group the downtown Seattle association is contracting with the private security firm iron and oak to help protect that busy stretch of third between Stuart and union The trolley coffee manager Alexa bear says the extra presents from oak and iron is needed to help prevent property crime or keep the homeless from harassing her customers but she's not sure if security guards are enough to reduce the violent crime There is a shooting couple.
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"The couple four weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell Temperature in downtown Seattle now 46 the update there from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center and we continue with 20 minutes of nonstop news at 6 O 6 Some King County mayors want changes to a new King County program meant to reduce juvenile crime Kelly Blair reports Back in November the King County prosecuting attorney's office started a new juvenile criminal diversion program called restorative community pathways It aims to hold first time offenders accountable while also reducing youth incarceration especially among minorities But mayors and cities like Federal Way Kent Renton and auburn say they are continuing to see escalating gun violence in their communities and they don't believe serious firearm felonies like assault and burglary should be diverted Jim Farrell is the mayor of Federal Way and was also a King County prosecutor for 16 years Just probably 5 or 6 crimes immediately taken off the list Just as important is you need to have a judge involved on the front end and on the back end Then you have a diversion program In a joint statement from King County prosecuting attorney Dan satterberg and executive Dow Constantine they say the program is evidence based and has been shown to hold young people accountable while also reducing youth incarceration King County facing another lawsuit over an early 90s prostitution ring and manufacture has the update A woman identified in court documents as RM claims that as a teenage runaway sheriff's deputies investigating a prostitution ring knew she and other girls were being trafficked for sex by the operators of the golden touch massage parlor and Federal Way but failed to protect her Michael Landry and Rochelle king were arrested and charged in 1994 RM a legend she was forced to sell herself for sex until she escaped from the couple's home in Bellevue Since then she says she has suffered deep emotional trauma struggled with drug addiction and return to prostitution to support herself at times According to the Seattle times the county settled a similar suit last year for three and a half $1 million A bill now before state senators could mean one less day a week of teacher student interaction Senate Bill 57 35 is sponsored by Democrat bank addenda It would allow for up to 20% of educational hours to be asynchronous or time in which direct communication with students is not required The idea is to be more flexible with newer online collaborative projects and does not necessarily mean remote learning but Republican representative JT will talks doesn't think it's a good idea On top of allowing schools to close for months at a time now they are saying teachers don't have to teach for 20% of the time And the bill has its first hearing tomorrow morning A number of homes and Bellevue Somerset hill neighborhood remain empty in the aftermath of that huge landslide there early yesterday morning which forced one house off its foundation development services building director Greg Schrader says that they are working as fast as they can to allow people back into the homes even to just get a few things We don't necessarily need the entire house demolished to make it safe But there does need to be either some limited demolition or stabilization done or some way of protecting pedestrians and vehicles from the hazard the potential hazard of falling debris or the entire house coming down the slope Investigators continue to look into what caused the slide and are focused on an apparent water main break in that area hours before it happened Microsoft's acquisition of gaming giant Activision Blizzard will give the company both a larger share of the video gaming market and a larger foothold in mobile gaming The purchase also brings in Activision's nearly 400 million online gaming subscribers which compares to 25 million from Microsoft game pass Phil Spencer is chief executive officer for Microsoft gaming Adding the Activision Blizzard portfolio to our existing operations will also propel our new forms of distribution and monetization like cloud gaming and our game pass subscription service Each of these services are helping us reach new audiences especially as we expand into new geographic markets in mobile first economies Gamers are already talking online about some of their big.
Another round of snow before thaw comes to frigid Northwest
"Arctic arctic weather weather is is causing causing travel travel disruptions disruptions in in parts parts of of the the west west more more custom custom to to temperate temperate winters winters more more snow snow and and rain rain fell fell in in California California causing causing disruptions disruptions on on mountain mountain roads roads Nevada's Nevada's governor governor is is declaring declaring a a state state of of emergency emergency after after record record snowfall snowfall in in the the Lake Lake Tahoe Tahoe area area interstate interstate eighty eighty over over Donner Donner pass pass reopened reopened early early Wednesday Wednesday with with chains chains required required after after being being closed closed since since Sunday Sunday officials officials in in Oregon Oregon declared declared a a state state of of emergency emergency and and open open warming warming stations stations same same thing thing happened happened in in Kings Kings County County Washington Washington where where people people used used to to Seattle's Seattle's drizzly drizzly weather weather sought sought refuge refuge in in shelters shelters the the city city officials officials say say will will stay stay open open through through the the new new year year I I thought thought out out it's it's coming coming to to the the northwest northwest but but not not before before another another round round of of snow snow that that could could make make travel travel problems problems worse worse forecasters forecasters say say that that parts parts of of western western Washington Washington and and Oregon Oregon could could see see up up to to three three inches inches of of snow snow on on Thursday Thursday I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king
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"Us get over that hump to get to ninety plus percent vaccination in seattle and king county and put an end to this pandemic so that we can all move past. King county's public health officer said that he'll be reviewing this within six months so he's hopeful that sometime next spring he'll be able to lift the order. No right can you wo w's eilly show. Neil thank you for walking us through this. Thanks so much for having me. Some business owners have already been doing this. And my next guest says having this consistent rule in place puts her on firmer ground. Carla leonardi owns cafe. Lago in seattle's montlake neighborhood carla. Thank you for joining us. And good morning angela. Thanks so much for having me in now you were at the table. As mayor durkan and county officials hashed out this new policy. What did you think when they first came to you with this proposal. I was absolutely a static. We've had that policy in a cafe. Lago since the first week in august We figured it out ourselves how to do it. Wasn't that hard. We did worry a bit about the legal implications of it if someone was going to be that upset about us to perhaps want to take the cord about it but we went ahead and did it anyway. So it's really great to have the county support backing us up in our our decision to do this. Do you know of other small business owners who were kind of hesitant about implementing a similar policy or chose not to because they had you know some pretty reasonable legal questions. Oh sure in a group. I belong to the seattle restaurant alliance. There were several restaurants who expressed concern who consulted with their lawyers and a few lawyers. Said no don't do this. Don't do it yet because you're putting yourself at risk. And so they chose not to but then there are view other lawyers who rented a different way who thought that as long as you made reasonable accommodations for religious purposes or medical reasons that you could implement the policy so it was. It was a bit of a risk. But i chose to take it mostly for the health of my employees and their families. So sounds like your staff is prepared for this. All my staff was they were the impetus for it. They were the ones who came to me and said can we do this with you. Know would you. Would you be willing to to have this at lago. They were more than willing to implement it. The hosts at the front door were willing to say okay. We're we can handle at asking for i d. i wouldn't have done it otherwise. Okay so so you think you do have the tools in place to verify patrons vaccination status will. Yeah i mean. We're not shacking ide- against the backs card haven't taken it to that point so there's room there for for someone to cheat it but we're going under the assumption that our customers are being straight up with us and you are hearing from some folks already this morning about what's going on and what's heading our way come october. Twenty fifth sure really.
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"If you've been to a bar restaurant or seen a live show indoors recently it may have been asked to show proof you've been vaccinated against cove at nineteen. Well now just count on it. King county is going to require proof of vaccination or a negative cova tested a variety of businesses. Starting in late october..
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"The big news. Today you'll soon need to be vaccinated to go to your favorite bar or restaurant in king county or to go to live theater or here live music today. City and county officials announced a vaccine mandate for customers of non essential businesses. That's going to take effect in late october. Kyw reporter eilly show. Neil is here now to tell us more i- leash okay. Explain this for us. What is included. Indoor dining is included also indoor entertainment so establishments like museums theatres and indoor professional and college sports and then almost anything that's considered non essential so gyms conferences and also outdoor events with more than five hundred people and this takes effect october twenty fifth. So people have time to get vaccinated between now and then except for very small establishments restaurants with twelve or fewer seats for them. This won't take effect till december sixth. Okay so officials have put this date out a little bit so people do have time if you're not vaccinated yet you can get your sequence of vaccine shots by that date But what will customers need when they show up at the front door at one of these places in order to get in there a couple of options but the easiest is probably to have a photo of your vaccine part on your phone. But there's no requirement for you to have your id alongside your vaccine card. Some businesses might want them though especially repeat businesses like jim's. The state is working on an app that would streamline the process for people to show proof of vaccination and businesses to confirm that vaccination and that might be ready later this month or early next month right so a big question for folks working at clubs and restaurants and other non essential businesses. How is this going to be enforced. Sort of like mask mandates. It's really up to businesses to enforce it themselves. Some businesses think that's great That it will help them protect their employees others are not as pleased a trade organization that represents restaurants in washington state says. It's not fair that this makes different rules for different businesses based on size and they feel scapegoated and kind of singled out. It's possible that some businesses won't really make an effort to enforce this. We saw that with the mask mandate that there were parts of king county where restaurants and other businesses didn't make much of an effort about mask mandates. And they they might not with the vaccine mandate either interesting. At least we've been hearing for several weeks now. You and your colleagues have been reporting on this rise in Excuse me covert hospitalizations. What is the goal here for county officials with this new rule. Well they hope to keep people safe. People who are gathered an indoor spaces make sure that they're all vaccinated or have had a negative cova test recently and It's in part about keeping the customer safe in part about keeping employees at those businesses safe. There's also some thought that it might persuade some hold outs there. About three hundred thousand people in king county who are eligible to get vaccinated but haven't yet been vaccinated that they will be persuaded by this that. Oh if i want to go indoors to my favorite restaurant. I will need to get a vaccine. Yeah it's interesting. How the enforcement piece is going to work here. I can imagine there might be some more questions around matching up. Id's with vaccination cards anyway. We'll i'm sure we'll see how that plays out over time i- leash How long can people expect this new rule to be in effect for the king county. Public health said that they'll be revisiting. This in april at the latest. The public health officer says he thinks it might only be necessary through the fall in the winter. When it's dark and cold people are gathering indoors and it's hard to open windows because it's raining outside all right. Kyw's eilly show neil with the latest on the new vaccine mandate for indoor non-essential businesses. Here in king county. Thank you so much for this. Thanks for having me..
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"States have died as a result of Hurricane Ida, seven were nursing home residents who rode out the storm in a warehouse. CBS is Jesse Mitchell reports, Some were forced to relieve themselves in small buckets. Who would do this to patients. You know what I mean? And if you speak up about it, they get made. Who gets mad? The supervisors they don't want you to, you know, say anything. Are there many other options for you in New Orleans? Really? Since speaking out. Henderson says she lost her job. A state health official has ordered the immediate closure of the seven nursing facilities that sent residents to that warehouse. The Taliban declares victory over the province of Punch year. BBC News correspondent least set is in Kabul with more white flag of the Taliban now flies in the center of the scenic Punchier Valley after days of intense fighting and failed to negotiations, the Taliban say they've seized the last pocket of armed opposition to their rule under investigation in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, is the death of a child at an amusement park. CBS is Lilia Luciano. The haunted mine drop drops Riders at least 110 ft. Down a straight mine shaft in the dark. Authorities haven't revealed the identity of the victim or the nature of the accident, according to the Parks website. The ride requires a waiver and has a minimum height of three FT. 10 inches, which falls within the average for a six year old girl. Restaurants across the country are still struggling to find staff WSB T TVs. Ronnie Dawson, Edwards Berg, Michigan, Patricia Yoder says being understaffed, Add stress. And takes away from the customer experience. Instead of having a small amount of table so you can give good service to you just rushed all the time. Having fewer people means customers have to wait longer If they wait at all. We have a lot of walk out a lot of people that just Don't want to wait. National Football League players will again be allowed to include messages on some of their equipment. CBS's Steve Futterman, There are six messages players can choose from, including end racism, Stop hate and black lives matter. They can also choose. It takes all of us inspire change and say their stories. There will be messages in the end zones as well. Last year following the killing of George Floyd. The NFL also allowed players to display these messages on their helmets, combat sharpshooter accused of shooting to death and mother her three month old baby and two others in a random attack in Lakeland, Florida. Has been ordered held without bond authorities say. An 11 year old shot by 33 year old Brian Riley is in critical but stable condition and Virginia said to remove the General Robert E. Lee statue in Richmond, Virginia, on Wednesday. This is CBS News. Dell Technologies. Labor Day event can save your business up to 45% on select PCs Built for business with Windows 10 Pro Rise to the challenge, Call 877 Estelle for a Dell Technologies advisor now from the Cairo Radio News Center at my Northwest. Com. Officials with Seattle City Life confirmed to Cairo radio. The utility will be able to keep the power on If there is a sick out tomorrow over the order, employees must get coronavirus shots to keep their jobs. Spokesperson Julie Morris says there is no confirmation members of its high voltage line group will carry out their labor action, She says it does not appear their union leaders are encouraging it. Moore says City light is still bracing with the union are targeting with union that is to reach agreement on the rules and conditions surrounding mandatory vaccination. Of leaders in King County have some positive news about outdoor exercise. Outdoor sports have really proven to be safe. That is safe against the coronavirus infection. You w medicines, Dr Jonathan Dressner. Says. Even though Corona virus is spreading an outdoor events, it has not spread much among people who participate when it has, he says, it's often behavior at pre and post game activities. That's to blame. Carpools, bus transportation What you do in the locker room, etcetera there. I think you have to be a little more thoughtful. And he says athletes should wear masks indoors, and Spectators should almost always wear them. Starting tomorrow, King and Pierce counties begin the outdoor mask order for events with 500. People are more A combination of Cruz. Shortages in both maintenance means the Seattle Bremerton route will be reduced to one ferry service tomorrow until further notice. Officials with the state ferry system say more than a half dozen sailings in the San Juans had to be cancelled today because a boat broke down. But there was no sick out this weekend and no last many cancellations because of staffing shortages. Really proud of our employees for Being out there on the front lines since the beginning of the pandemic, including this holiday weekend, spokesman Ian Stirling tells Cairo's seven that ferry managers reported pre holiday rumors that some workers would call in sick this weekend to protest mandatory vaccine orders. The city of Portland is considering banning goods and services from the state of Texas because of Texas's new restrictive abortion law. The resolution would also bar city employee travel to the state. Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler's office said in a news release that the Portland ban would be in effect until Texas either withdraws the abortion law or gets it overturned in court. Here's your Cairo radio forecast. Clear skies overnight lows around 53 tomorrow, mostly sunny highs in the seventies and on Wednesday Partly sunny a chance.
Delta Variant Linked to Troubling Spike in COVID Cases in Washington State
"Behind that in Western Washington. They are not number or reproductive rate of the virus is around three where below one is where you want to be to see new case numbers fall. Ironically, it's closer to two in eastern Washington, which has large areas with low vaccination rates. The delta Variant is the big contributing factor and has changed everything about the virus because it's more contagious, says Dr Ali Meqdad with UW medicine. Mark Dad says that combined with the large segment of the population, still unvaccinated will sustain this current surge. He here right now, but breaks to infections and people are saying, you know, when you get the vaccine, you may be infected, but still the bad seeds and highly effective against ending up in a hospital where a more so they're saving lives and protecting our hospitals. All of us need to remember what we call an epidemiology Counterfactual. If we didn't have these vaccines, and does the valiant hit us the way it's hitting us so hard and our state and in our country would have had a lot of mortality in this country. Look at house of countries where vaccination coverage is very low in Iran, For example, the mortality is going so cry to that point that that bodies, unfortunately, are being moved by taxes. We're seeing hospitals continue to fill up in part because of the code. Of its surge. But Mark Dad tells me he doesn't think Washington's hospital system will crash as his feared in other states proudly will tell you, Ryan, We are so prepared at U Dub and we have done all what it takes to be ready for research. So I don't I'm not afraid about Seattle and King County and the big cities. I'm very much concerned about community and I would stay. And of course, we are willing and ready to receive patients from elsewhere in the state. We should be able in our state to manage the search was dealt. If and only if people help us by reducing their activities, Wedding and mass and getting the vaccine. Now you heard Dr Mark Dad say one of the ways we can slow. The spread of Delta is by reducing unnecessary activities, which won't be easy since
Seattle-Area Health Officer Warns of Highly Transmissible Delta Variant
"Changed the course of the pandemic. That's the word from the health officer in the state's largest county commas. Ryan Harris has an update. King County Health officer, Dr Jeff Duchin says the virus has thrown us a real curveball, in part because he says, the delta variant now more than 78% of cases, genotype is on par with chickenpox for contagiousness costs. People infected with the delta variant produced 1000. Times more virus. It's much more contagious than earlier variants, which means that people get infected easier and faster and are more likely to spread the virus to other student says that includes a rare amount to breakthrough cases, which he says usually result in milder symptoms but can still make you highly contagious. Duchin says. New Case numbers of quadrupled, But the hospitalization and death rates remain stable and that along with King County's high vaccination rate, or why he believes the recommendation to mask up indoors. I mean, we don't yet need to consider going. Back to stronger restrictions, but he says it requires all of us to cooperate.
Judge Orders Richard Sherman to Be Released From Jail Without Bail
"Sherman's arrest. This is a total downer right? It's depressing on every level. Just to catch you guys up on the latest things are settling down a little bit in terms of a judge did order that he could be released from jail without bail Thursday. Um, King County District Court Judge Far it's difficult Pacific Islander named Pronounce your Farm Mommy. Mommy must tonight part of me for pronouncing that incorrectly found probable cause that he did commit for offense for offenses. The prosecutors did not ask the judge for a finding on a felony residential burglary allegation porches initially but they have not yet filed Chargers. The charging decision is expected today. His next hearing is set for two o'clock Pacific today. He does not have to be present. One thing that did happen is that his wife made a statement yesterday. Quote I love and support my husband. I am committed to helping Richard get the support and care that he needs. Richard has always been a loving father and husband. We are looking forward to seeing at home, this family. Unfortunately, the video of his door incident went public, and it's all very unseemly and said John Lynch of the 40 Niners told Matt Miyoko that he reached out to the Sherman family to be a resource help. Anyway. Here's Ian Rapoport of
King County Purchases Hotel to Curb Homelessness
"Once again, King County has purchased a motel to help end homelessness in the county. This is the third such purchase officials say about 100. People should be able to live in the former Holiday Inn on Aurora Avenue in north Seattle. Once all three hotels are in full operation, they should be able to accommodate nearly 300
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"About a King County Council candidate. Her name is you Becks guard here. She wants to be your representative. On the King County Council. There's only one problem Back scarred here. She went on a school bus 11 years ago and threatened the Children with a bomb. But what? I did some more research after I told you this story yesterday because we have the audio. Now, thanks to the post millennial dot com We have audio of what she did. With the bomb threat on the school bus. If you weren't listening yesterday, Here's the audio of what went down. This is a middle school bus in Seattle, and she told the kids that because she is wearing looks like traditional Muslim garb, that's a little bit baggy. She tells the kids on the bus to get in middle schoolers. She tells them that she might have a bomb or a gun concealed underneath her clothing. Sure you can't drive because they can't leave. Okay? She's telling the bus driver. You can't drive. You can't leave. He says. I can't leave and it's hard to hear. So I'm going to kind of walk you through this. Why? I didn't know I'm hoping I'm covered. Okay. Now she starts walking down the aisle of the bus that is filled with kids. Oh, can you hear that, she says Might have a bomb and you hear one of the kids go. Oh, hell, no. And now the kids are terrorized by this first done. I'm not okay. The some of the kids at this point They start opening the emergency door on the bus. They start scrambling out and the running. They think for their lives as she calls after them. Cowards. Cowards! You're leaving your classmates. Okay, Someone better get here real quick. It's supposed driver telling Dispatch, We need police. Somebody better get here real quick. Okay, and the coward's coward.
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"In King County had to go to emergency rooms for he related illnesses. On Monday alone, 226 people went to the ER. Governor Jay Inslee extended the state's moratorium on evictions last week, and when he did that he called it a bridge until more funding help is available. Almost Brian Calvert reports, though this bridge may not be long enough to help some renters reached the other side of the pandemic. When it was first announced Violet lava tie of the Tenants Union was clearly relieved. On July 1st. There would been a tsunami of evictions. Now we're learning. One detail previously unclear the governor's latest extension, which is in place until September. Allows landlords the power to use something they haven't had at their disposal for over a year. A rent increase As of today, as long as a tenant isn't enrolled in a rent protection plan. Rent hikes are allowed for landowners like Michael Crow, who at one point had a single renter, perilously behind largest Got to $38,000 critics wonder if allowing rent hikes again will simply exacerbate the problem of housing That's not affordable, forcing some tenants back into the same position they've been in since early 2020. Brian Calvert Colonias News time 57 Comedian Bill Cosby was released from a Pennsylvania prison yesterday after the state Supreme Court overturned his sexual assault conviction. Say the prosecutor should not have tried the case because of a deal with the former D A that cause we would not be charged to be testified in a civil case. Cosby, of course, later was tried and convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting many women. Andrea Constand, one of them local sexual assault advocate and survivor, Lia Griffith, Griffin tells us she's not surprised by what happened and this is something that I think a lot of survivors. Come to expect is a series of broken links and a system that centers perpetrators and doesn't support survivors of sexual violence. Cosby served about three years of a 3 to 10 years sentence. There is a public memorial service today for Seattle police officer Lexi Harris. She died last month. And when she was hit by a car on I five Officer. Harris had just ended her shift when she stopped to help at the scene of a three car crash. Her memorial starts at one this afternoon. AT T Mobile Park. You can watch it live on caramel TV and come on news dot com, the State Patrol and the Department of Transportation or asking drivers to slow down and pay more attention on the road. This after several drivers have hit workers like Emily Wade or collided with emergency vehicles. In the past year. Nearly every tower has experienced close calls where they've had to jump out of the way to avoid being struck by a passing vehicle, and too many have stories of being grazed while doing their job. As state Patrol says. In most cases, drivers are speeding, They're distracted or their impaired. State law says you have to move over or slow down. If you see emergency vehicles on the side of the road. The.
Extreme Heatwave Causes Spike in ER Visits in Washington State
"In its wake. In King County, a 65 year old woman and a 68 year old woman died from hypothermia. That means their bodies dangerously overheated. We have lived through a really difficult time. This is a chance to check on the people around you, King County Public Health says during yesterday's unprecedented heat. 223 people went to emergency rooms for heat related illnesses. That's about 10% of all ER visits for the day. E. M s responded to a record 165 heat related illnesses in all of 2020. It was 91 e r. Doctors saw it on the ground. I can tell you this is the hottest I've ever seen it. This is probably the most heat related illness I have ever seen around here with a deadly summer. Just starting. It's too hot simply. We cannot have people sleeping in 100 and 10 degree homes you to medicines. Dr. Beth Bell says drinking water and staying cool is critical to keep your body temperature down. We are not set up for this heat. Um, and that's because we don't have housing that supports it. People should be really vigilant about using these stations for cooling. Doctors say he related deaths are preventable. It's a comment on me and you and everyone. This is the time to take care of the people around us.
King County, Washington Facial Recognition Ban Vote Set for Today
"Vote later today could create the nation's first county wide ban on facial recognition software, and we get the update from comas Corwin Hick. The Metropolitan King County Council vote is likely to Ban County government, especially law enforcement from using facial recognition technology to match faces in video and photos with criminal suspects. The tech has been shown to routinely misidentify non white faces. Especially struggling with Asians and black women. At a council hearing in April, security researchers Cynthia Speeds made the case against when he's error prone technologies are used by police departments. This could lead to violations of the Fourth Amendment, wrongful imprisonment or even death. The council vote could make King County the nation's first county to ban the tech for governmental use, following the example of cities including Boston and Portland. There is one exception here. Law enforcement could employ facial recognition when the case involves a missing or exploited child, Corwin Hey CO Moh news the council set to vote on this measure this afternoon at
Federal Prosecutor Struck by Stray Bullet Outside Brooklyn Restaurant
"Was caught in a hail of bullets well on an evening out at a restaurant in Brooklyn on Friday. 34 year old woman who works in Manhattan's U. S attorney's office was struck by a stray bullet well at the Thai restaurant Muse. An X ray taken at Kings County Hospital later found a bullet fragment had become lodged under her eye. Shootings have rocketed 82% compared to last year. The
States To Offer Lottery Tickets to Incentivize Americans to Get Vaccinated
"Wants to use incentives like a lottery or reduction in property taxes to try and get more people vaccinated. This comes in several states have started using different forms of giveaways to persuade people to get the shot. Almost like popping reports on how these methods are actually improving Vaccination rates. If there's one thing that we need to do with money related to Cove, it's to get people healthy. And that's fueled King County Council member Reagan done to consider what his county might be able to do with some of the millions of federal dollars that have been sent to King County during the pandemic. His ideas were thinking about rental assistance is one idea we're thinking about Even things like lottery or scratch Lotto tickets as well. It's a creative approach that has proved to be effective in getting more people to sign up for a vaccine. New YORK, New Jersey, Maryland and West Virginia have all used some form of incentives. In Ohio. They started a lottery were five people could each win a million bucks. That incentive led to an over 50% weekly increase in vaccinations games are been showing in vaccines to enhance vaccine knowledge and improve vaccine uptake Doctor Ashby monk with Stanford University. Says these games can significantly improve inoculation numbers that's call most
12-Year-Old Boy Shot in Chest in Brooklyn, New York City
"Old boy is in the hospital after being shot in Brooklyn Saturday night. Cops say the child was walking down the street around nine o'clock. When he was shot in the chest on Malcolm X Boulevard and Madison Street in Bed Stuy. Police say the boy was not the intended target, and the shooting stemmed from an altercation between two groups. The child was taken to Kings County Hospital and is expected to survive. Thus far. No arrests have been made. As the investigation is well underway
King County Sees Rise in COVID-19 Hospitalizations in Seattle
"County's covert numbers have been on the rise for the past few weeks. But public health officer Dr Jeff Duchin says the situation continues to change. Jason's a plateau hospitalization of platitudes at a higher level than we would like to see them. Nonetheless, they factored, he says. The biggest area of concern continues to be in South King County do, Jin says it's important to keep wearing masks and distancing in public and to get the vaccine When you can. He says he expects the risk from covert will have greatly diminished sometime in May.
Early Vaccine Registration Open For All Seattle, King County Residents
"And if you live or work in King County, you can now pre register to get notified about vaccine appointments in Seattle before eligibility expands to all a doubt adults. We have a link it co Moh news dot com slash hot links. You can also call the state's covert hotline. That phone number is 1 805 to 5.
King County's health officer provides snapshot of COVID-19 activity and vaccination efforts
"Bad news type of update from the Seattle King County public health officer. Dr. Jeff Duchin likes to start his weekly UPDATES by comparing the covert outbreak to the weather forecast. This week's forecast is for continued mostly cloudy with storms possible. Over the past week, 255 new cases were reported daily, which was similar to the week before end up almost 80% from mid March. But a lot of people coming down with Cove it are not the most vulnerable incident rates have been trending up for all age groups, except for ages. 65 older and under five years with the highest rates in the 18 to 24 year olds, followed by 25 to 49 year old In the 5 to 17 year Old age group. He says he remains the geographic divide in the county. Overall Cove in 19 incidents remains highest in the cities and south and Southeast King County. Including Covington, Enumclaw. Auburn can't federal way Burian renting to quell A and C tech and, well, people continue to be hospitalized. The good news is that deaths have fallen dramatically since the peak of the fallen winter, Serge On average. Over the past week. One King County resident has died of covert 19 each day, compared with nine deaths per day during the winter peak. And although most of our oldest adults are protected through vaccination, not everyone is vaccinated. And went transmission increases in the community. The virus still confined its way to those who are most vulnerable and remain unprotected. And with that in mind,
Here's where you can preregister for a COVID-19 vaccine in Seattle
"People to pre register for the day that everyone 16 and older is eligible for the vaccine. Any King County a resident can register for the Seattle doses now at Seattle dot Gove slash vaccine. As of yesterday. There were
Controversial needle exchange program suspended in Seattle's King County
"Poses as a drug user and claims outreach workers gave her 100 clean needles. Now it has the mayor of federal Way, pushing paws on King County's Needle Exchange program. It was time we will toss a live without. The program has been suspended in the city. After pleas from neighbors tonight, Tammy. Said, And this was a huge topic. A lot of people signed up to talk at this council meeting about this needle exchange program, voicing concern neighbors saying that crime is up and needles are turning up everywhere in the community. But others who've been struggling with addiction say if the program is gone for good, it'll only make things worse. I'm seeing people. They're just in the parking lot shooting up or they go down a couple of blocks and he's shooting up, fed up with pervasive drug use and littered needles captured in these neighborhood Photos Grace LeBron Oh says she posed as a drug user to stake out a King County needle exchange program in action, Gray says she set up an appointment with the South County outreach, referral and exchange program or score. She met a van at a park and ride and they went up to the van and I said Don't have a needle to exchange Can I still get something? And the guy? Hands me a box of 100 needles, and that was it. Tonight, The Mayor and council passed a resolution temporarily suspending needle exchange programs in federal way until the city in King County can come up with another plan on its website, King County Public Health says in the last two years, the needle exchange program place 739 people and drug treatment, some have struggled with addiction voice. Concerned about suspending the program in federal way, There's someone who's been there. It's really upsetting. To see running the needle exchange to out of town is not gonna do anything to reduce drug use. In fact, it's just gonna increase HIV rates. People will not have a chance to recover if they're dead,
University of Washington COVID-19 Death Projections Show Increase By July
"1st increasing for the first time in weeks by about 300 to more than 5800 people, I Hmm. Is dark. Rollie Mark, Dad says. Right now we face two evils variants that escaped the vaccine and the UK variant winning the battle for predominance evil. This winning right now is that for us simply because the vaccines are highly effective against mark that says the next concern then becomes whether the South Africa or Brazil variants get a foothold before winter. I'm Charlie Harder. Dr. Jeff Duchin with Seattle King County Public Health, says the fourth wave of covert
Covid cases contInue to surge in Seattle's King County
"Rise in King County is not slowing down. But these increases occurred before we transition to Phase three, which will now further increase our activities and opportunities for the spread of covert. 19 health officer, Dr Jeff Duchin says that hospitalization rates
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"Or less effective. King County and city Road crews have stayed busy working on 12 hour shifts around the clock. We're plowing our roads from the edge to the edge, so the entire width of the road And that's going to make it easier for the snowmelt to drain once again on that story that scolds Patrick Quinn, who said they had Dawn Schellenberg with the Seattle Department of Transportation there at the end of that piece. Covered 19 vaccination site at the Shore center, and Kent will reopen today but later than usual because of the snowy conditions. People with morning appointments. You should have received a text or email with the new appointment time for this afternoon. The testing center in Bellevue College closed today. People with appointments will be contacted to reschedule. One region in the state that was to remain in phase one has now been given the green light to move to phase two immediately. The South central region includes Benton, Franklin, Yakima Kid Attached Walla Walla and Columbia counties. The announcement coming after the Department of Health found out one of the region's hospitals had unintentionally reported covert admissions data wrong. This means the whole states currently now allowed to move to phase two. Sound Transit. Facing a huge budget shortfall in CEO Peter Rogoff is urging the board to find new money and identify cost reductions. The details from comas calling Johnson It's either a shortfall of 11.5 billion. If you assume the federal government turns loans into grants or otherwise, it's a $15 billion shortfall. The cost of Landis skyrocketed. There are some issues with soupy soil and a projected $6 billion reduction in tax revenue due to the economic blow of the pandemic. The Seattle Times reports. The shortage was revealed last month and now board members facing tough decisions to close the budget gap. DeLay promised projects raise taxes, asked the feds for more money And it will help. If Congress passes another round of Covad relief money. The agency would get some of that sound transit received 346 million last year. Carleen Johnson, Come on you this time. 11 10. Beacon Plumbing. Sports Desk. Update Time with camels Eric Heights, James Paxton and the Seattle Mariners Sunday agreed to a one year $8.5 million deal. They'll bring the 32 year old left handed pitcher back to Seattle. Accident spent the last two seasons in New York after the EMS traded him to the Yankees and 2018. Prior to that trade, Paxton was the ace of the M staff. Winning 60% of it Starts in Seattle in 2017 in 2018, after losing to U. C L A on Saturday. The Huskies have a quick turnaround as they play washing state tonight implement Coach Mike Hopkins says a win tonight will be a great way to end the Huskies five game losing skid. We're both very competitive. Both want to win. You know, they've got us the last three times that's that's what it is. You know, every game that we play. We want to win and compete Tip office 5 P.m. on the Pac 12 Network. Number 10. Arizona runs its winning streak to six games with the 75 to 53 victory over the Washington Husky women's basketball team. Last night. The second ranked Huskies softball team beat Dixie State yesterday seven Nothing. The Huskies Sami Reynolds was three for five with four R B. I And Michael McDowell scored his first career victory in Sunday's Daytona 500 with the Wind. McDowell earned his first victory in 358 career starts. Sports attendant 40 Minutes past the hour. Americans Come on. Ooh, come on his time 11 11 traffic and weather updated Just a couple of minutes from now. New concerns surround the continuing Corona virus pandemic, which includes several new variants now found in the U. S. Hey, BC's George Stephanopoulos spoke with Brown University School of Public Health Dean Doctor She's John. Let's talk about these variants. First. What we know about the seven new variants and whether vaccines can effectively combat them. We don't know a lot about them. It's not a surprise to see new variants coming out out of the United States. Given how much infection we've had. I expect that these variants will be susceptible to vaccines, but we've got to test that out and make sure that that's correct. And this is coming as we're ramping up. The vaccines had two million a day over the weekend. We're averaging close to 1.7 over the last week, which is above President Biden's goal for now, are Can these stop that United Kingdom very in which we found it over the weekend? Is more deadly than we first thought. Yeah, absolutely. And again. First of all, it's great to see the vaccine numbers really read. But I do think all the evidence says that the UK variant clearly susceptible to our vaccine. So the race right now is to get as many people vaccinated as quickly as possible. So that is full speed ahead. Right now, At the same time, you're seeing several states several cities. Starting to relax the restrictions too soon. Yeah, I wish I totally understand why cases are down. They want to do it. I would say, hold a little longer. Let's get a bunch of the Irish people vaccinated. Then it will be safer to do so. I just wish they could hold off for a little longer. Ask Dr issues Jaws speaking with ABC is George Stephanopoulos. Brutally Cold day across much of the country, including many places that haven't seen anything like it in decades. NBC's Alex Perez in Chicago. This.
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"Home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world. We give you the coverage you can trust now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my Northwest com hopes were dampened for some of their sixties who were hoping to get vaccinated in South King County next week. To net new vaccination clinics that are opening an Auburn and Kent on Monday. The age restrictions jumped from 65 to 75 years of age, Mickey, hardly a 67 and hasn't an auto immune disease that makes her protector. Particularly susceptible to the virus. She had been hoping to get the shot on Monday. I totally understand the shortage clinics opening in the middle of the night because they have extra vaccines. It's horribly frustrating. Health officials say they have to limit the doses to those who are at the greatest risk of dying of covert 19. And that's people. 75 or older. King County plans to give out 500 doses per day, six days a week. Once the supply increases, officials say they will change the requirements. Bass master getting new scrutiny with the more contagious strains of covert 19. Now in our country, a mask made in China, called the K and 95 is a good option. Unless you get a counterfeit one, though they're the ones that you would potentially be purchasing from the Internet from Katie suppliers that you may not have ever heard of. Dr Angela Rasmussen tells the Universal show that you should only by K and 90 five's that have been packaged for sale in the U. S. And come from Marie, Tell you trust either online or in person. And Seattle's Department of Transportation is making.
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"Seems to be up in King County. There were longer lines and waits in both the Aurora and Soto testing sites and most if not all the appointments for already booked. That's Cuomo's Michelle Esteban. Heavy rain may lead to flooding at several rivers in western Washington Tharon zones as a high snow level in heavy rain could bring problems on Monday, so we remain under a flood watch by 7 30 On Monday morning, we have almost a quarter of inch of rain in Seattle and Everett and Bellingham more than that into coma, almost a half inch in Olympia. Heavy downpours are expected through Monday, the heaviest expected in the Port Angeles and Friday. Harbor areas were expected to dry out by Monday night. Snow could be coming to parts of Western Washington is well, tomorrow, meteorologists Abby a Cockney or tracking the possibility for pockets of lowland. So you heard that right, But with this kind of scenario, lowland show is very finicky and sensitive. We've got a high bus potential for this forecast. We're experiencing fairly mild temperatures right now. But a Pacific storm is expected to move in Monday, bringing rain and maybe snow was temperatures dip in the afternoon, especially along the northern Olympic Peninsula. BA could see 1 to 2 inches, possibly stay tuned. And the days left to finish your holiday shopping are winding down. Como's Cole Miller headed to several local malls to get a look over at Bellevue Square Management there, says Shopper and employees safety our priority number one. In a statement saying quote following state guidelines. We've implemented vigorous health and safety protocols throughout the Bellevue collection to ensure shoppers can navigate the property while keeping social distancing their health and safety in mind. In Lynwood last night at the older would maul those we spoke with, said It was a.