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"Informed the comb. Oh, afternoon news. Good afternoon. Come on, news time for Oh, too. I'm Rick Found sites in Seattle, where it's mostly cloudy. We have a few breaks in that overcast and 45 degrees. Top stories now from the coma. 24 7 News Center. Some state lawmakers remained upset. Governor Inslee did not call a special legislative session last year to approve quarantine related emergency measures. Now a bill would give the Legislature the power to call itself into session easily could have called a special session but did not. Nor did lawmakers seek a special session, partly because it's simply has never been done. The Legislature has never called itself into special session in the history of the state state Senator Andy Billig, Spokane Democrats. As it's important, the law allows for a self called special session whether or not it is ever invoked. Even just the right to do so is a really important piece in that balance of power between the different branches. Senate Bill 51 96 would codify the rules for calling such a session. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news. A group of teachers and staff will be able to return to in person learning safely because their neighboring tribe is offered to share its covert vaccines. The story from comas Ryan Harris, local tribes that sovereign nations aren't bound to the states vaccine priority faces. So the two Layla tribes called the Marysville School District and offered to vaccinate teachers and staff who would be in classrooms with students. Layla, chief administrative officer, Rochelle lovers says they started to see demand dropped as they work through their priority groups and they didn't want to sit on vaccines. We decided to just open it up to maybe a quarter of the school district population at first, just so that we have availability at our clinic every day, not only for people who still haven't got their first dose in our travel priority groups, but also our elders are starting to come in for their second dose Marries bills superintendent tells me They were very touched by the offer from their friends and neighbors. And he says, even with the whole staff Vaccinated, They'll stick with the plan to start hybrid learning February 8th. Ryan Harris. Come on, is And as we continue on the combo afternoon news, health care workers are among the first to get the covert 19 vaccine and they're pretty excited about that. But those that u dub know that the battle is not over on my way down here. Somebody told me patients time of death, So it's like Just today and That's not something that was very common before all of this started. The doctors and nurses know the vaccine is an important tool in the fight, too, and the pandemic So far, University of Washington is administered more than 52,000 doses of the vaccine to workers, community members and a patient's still too common. And coming up on Komatsu Romero some school district starting up sports programs next week, But not in Kent. What parents there have to say about that. We'll have that story. Right after we check traffic.
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Better access to quality cancer care may reduce rural and urban disparities
"Better access. To cancer treatment could help reduce the disparity between cancer patient survival rates those who live in rural area Versus urban areas Komatsu Romero has the story decades of data from the centers for disease. Control and prevention show that people with, cancer in rural areas. Don't live as long as those in urban settings researcher Joseph Unger with Fred Hutchinson cancer research center? Says one statistic highlights how, hard it is for rural cancer patients to get? Access to quality treatment although twenty percent of cancer patients are from rural areas only three percent of oncologists treat in rural areas, he realizes that addressing the problem of limited rural access is. A huge undertaking it requires, policy, changes requires better access to afford -able healthcare insurance for instance. Unger says he. Hopes their study gives policy makers a
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Mother Orca Spotted Carrying Dead Calf For 17th Day
"Of our resident killer whale group j. pod were spotted this morning in the. Strait, of Juan too few Komatsu Romero tells us, fisheries experts, from, both the US and Canada are closely, watching the health of two of the female orcas their top priority is three. And a half year old Jay fifty who, was seen swimming with. Her. Mother and socializing with the. Rest of j. pod however Sheila Thornton with fisheries, and oceans, Canada says certainly that no. I have gathered have indicated her condition Deteriorated over the last They need to get close enough to Jay fifty for another health assessment before deciding whether or not to try. And give her medication they're also watching Jay thirty-five who's been carrying her dead calf for more than two weeks for any sign that she might not be taking good enough care of herself I certainly think that link Situation of. Carrying the. Campus is unprecedented, Noah's female orcas in general can go up to four weeks without, food before health may deteriorate.
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"K rat terrier one fourteen show dogs that was inside the van when thieves stole it from a parking lot on wednesday afternoon in redding california a tip about twenty hours later led police to a wooded area several miles away officers found the van with all fourteen dogs inside the dogs were dehydrated but doing okay stressful because i just wanted to see her since i got the good news the girl's father is a professional handler and was on his way to a dog show near san francisco when the theft happened all of his equipment was stolen and his van is still down in california he's now trying to figure out how he's going to safely get the dogs to a show in twin falls idaho which begins on tuesday today protesters planning a rally in support of the mothers being held at the federal detention center in seatac advocates say mothers seeking asylum at the us mexico border were separated from their children brought to see tag along with a handful of other federal prisoners immigration and customs enforcement say it needs the additional space because of a spike in a legal border crossings and the trump administration's new zero tolerance policy on illegal immigration komo news time now is thirty seven seattle mayor jenny durkan and more than twenty other mayors urging the federal government to reverse its new zero tolerance policy to prosecute all people who enter the us illegally that includes the forcible separation of migrant chill from their parents komatsu romero jerkin drafted a letter calling on the department of justice and homeland security to reverse the newly adopted policy durkan wrote quote both as a mayor and a mother i find the practice of indefinitely separating kids from their parents a repulsive policy inconsistent with our values as americans the letter goes on to say that dhs's separated seven hundred children from their family since october and the number of children in custody has grown by nearly two thousand in the past month alone at the annual meeting of the us conference of mayors mayor durkan plans to introduce an emergency resolution condemning the doj and dhs's extreme zero tolerance policy of separating children from their families at the border the letter was also signed by the mayors of olympia to kuala muckilteo chicago boston and washington d c romero komo news mill creek held in emergency meeting last night to address rumors on why the city manager is been a no show.