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The Creation Story of SavvyCal With Founder Derrick Reimer

Code Story

02:34 min | 2 months ago

The Creation Story of SavvyCal With Founder Derrick Reimer

"Just having a scheduling tool listeners. May be familiar with tools. like callan. lee is kind of the big the big behemoth this space. Basically it helps you be able to send a scheduling link to another person. That represents times that you're available to meet and then the other person can use interface to do select time and then puts a calendar invite on everyone's calender and maybe if you're like doing it over zoom it'll spin up a zoom meeting and attach that so that there's a place to meet. I've kind of been familiar with this this type of tool for a while. So i kind of mentioned this already but drip was. The company spent much of the last decade building and it was marketing automation software. And one of the first integrations that we built was basically Integration with callan lead. That allowed someone to send a scheduling link safer like a product komo or something and then when someone booked time it would send an event over to drip and put that on their profile and then you could trigger different automations based off with that so kind of automating that workflow around around scheduling and so. It's kind of familiar with this this type of tool. I've used it a bunch for customer interviews and Just meeting with with other partners and investors or whatever so it's sort of been floating around idea notebooks about lake. I an exercise that i regularly do when. I'm when i'm thinking about you know what what type of projects to be working on. I kind of keep these running lists of tools that have been in my tool chain that i kind of understand i understand that the market the type of people that use them and so this one had been in my notebook for awhile and basically i kind of recognize some interesting Interesting things dynamics around this type of product. The big ones being bad. I always had a ton of anxiety. When i was going to use a scheduling tool because as maker. I'm i care a lot about keeping my calendar pretty protected. You know so. If i'm going to send something that gives someone a window into when i'm available to meet. I'm always very hesitant. Like are they going to. Potentially you know. Drop a meeting right in the middle of my day and caused that to be an unproductive day. Or if i'm like trying to do a whole round of calls people send like i e mail out a link because this is going to completely rent my calendar and that's always it's sort of a. It's a difficult problem to solve. Because it's like you can only do so much if you're gonna if you're going to offer time to somebody they're going to pick a time and it's going to potentially be bad but i feel like can do a better job of making someone like me feel better about being able to send out a

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Annette (Featuring Kris Krainock)

Piecing It Together Podcast

02:11 min | 2 months ago

Annette (Featuring Kris Krainock)

"Ra. Chris crane arc is back with us today. And we're going to do our best at down this movie and net. Chris how's it going. It's going very well. Good to be back. It's been a minute. Yeah has been cited to be back. And i'm excited to be timing this movie because it is officially september in. It's my favorite movie of the year. So far it's been a weird year for movies man. I you know. I i keep saying i really hope by the end of the you know. We just recently did our top ten list at the midway point episode. And i really hope. Mortal kombat isn't still on my top ten the end of the year. I have to admit. I haven't seen that many movies actually this year. No it's my favorite amongst shortlist. Yeah but it has been a weird movie or you. Pardon me word year. He's yes and and it's a weird movie. It is a weird movie in a weird movie year but before we do get into some puzzle pieces here. I want to ask you where you like really looking forward to this movie. I i mean i know you. You like Liz carax's previous film holy motors fan big fan and while so this guy is really interesting. Film director. So he doesn't make that many movies. Yeah and he was kind of hailed as this french prodigy earlier in his career. And you know. Legend grew early around him. A suffered a lot of personal tragedy. Which holy motors and net or kind of response to some of that personal tragedy. So he's just a fascinating guy. And i really connected with holy motors which is interesting. Because it's such a bizarre movie. Yeah so strange and yet. There's this weird spell that a. casts that it's it's you must watch it. Yeah ever since then yeah. I was really looking forward to it. It was kind of kind of snuck up and bit me. I've been really focused on a lot of my own projects and when it happens i am not as up to date with everything that's happening in the movie. World's i typically am yeah. I'm just so swamped you know. And then i heard about this film. I heard about sparks being a part of it right right and i have. To make an honest. I only knew sparks very superficially. I knew there komo komo album Which was like their big breakthrough album. I think it was the seventies early eighties when they were kind of thought of. It's just like a experimental pop band

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Hurricane Ida's Sweltering Aftermath: No Power, No Water, No Gasoline

News, Traffic and Weather

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Hurricane Ida's Sweltering Aftermath: No Power, No Water, No Gasoline

"Where Ida slammed ashore Sunday, many people still have no power, food or clean water. First came that storm. Bearing 150, mile per hour winds and destruction. And tonight that new crisis the scramble for the basic necessities of life. We ain't got nowhere to live, and then we ain't got no food, food, water, shelter and fuel all desperately scarce. There's nothing open and all the way through Bad Rouge and utilities companies say there could be weeks more of this, a forests worth of power poles down and thousands of miles of power lines. NBC's Matt Gutman in LA Plus Louisiana,

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Louisiana's Search and Rescue Efforts Intensify After Hurricane Ida

News, Traffic and Weather

01:40 min | 3 months ago

Louisiana's Search and Rescue Efforts Intensify After Hurricane Ida

"Are beginning the enormous task of recovering from Hurricane Ida. It could be doing it without power for a month or more. ABC s Matt Gutman Reports. Hurricane second strongest Hurricane to hit Louisiana obliterating homes neighborhoods sinking underwater rescue effort massive in scope over 5000 National Guard on the ground with search and rescue efforts across Louisiana and Mississippi. Search and rescue helicopters crisscrossing the sky, the kg navy and other volunteers out in force. In the Plus, we joined Michael from the Cajun Navy. As we traveled on what were once clear roadways, power lines submerged underwater. Do you find people? Gas stations and fast food restaurants. Now islands. Leslie Calvert lived in a two story home and rode out the storm. Thinking she'd be safe contributed that the rain discussed coming and didn't stop coming Brain You worry at one point that you might not make it. I called to tell my Children I love I'm Grand Isle. Dozens of people didn't evacuate, but a sign of hope the Coast Guard spotting stranded residents of the fishing community, clearing a roadway officials saying they all survived. They kind of gave a thumbs up. Sauce gave us the ability that they're getting back to work, and then we'll get to him as soon as we can. Just want to give you a sense of how chaotic A was here yesterday. 911 Services out. No cell phone signal. State troopers telling me they were listening to their car radio to get information yet Somehow it all worked in the coming hours. You can see plenty of boats back on these waters. Many high school

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U.S. Completes Its Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan

News, Traffic and Weather

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

U.S. Completes Its Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan

"United States withdrawal from Afghanistan is complete. General Kenneth McKenzie. I'm here to announce the completion of our withdrawal from Afghanistan in the end of the military mission to evacuate American citizens. The Pentagon says a vast majority of US civilians were able to leave, implicitly confirming some Americans were left

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China Restricts Kids’ Online Gaming to Three Hours a Week

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

China Restricts Kids’ Online Gaming to Three Hours a Week

"Addiction within the youngest among their population. ABC is Brit, Clement explains. It appears that playtime is over for China's young gamers. China has forbidden people under 18 from playing video games for more than three hours a week, a social policy that it said was required to curb growing addiction to gaming. China's National Press and Publication Administration confirmed that it would only allow gaming from 8 to 9 P.m. three days a week Friday through to Sunday, regulators said gaming companies must ensure they're using real name verification to enforce the rules. It's part of a huge regulatory crackdown by the Chinese government on Tech and entertainment as part of President Xi Jinping has new common prosperity, push to redistribute wealth and kneecap the influence of private Chinese enterprises. Brooklyn. It ABC News. The speed limit in

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Novak Djokovic Knocks on the Door of a Very Exclusive Club

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:24 min | 3 months ago

Novak Djokovic Knocks on the Door of a Very Exclusive Club

"Today in New York, and some of the most legendary players won't be there because of injury. Serena Williams. Venus Williams, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic, the third member of the so called Big Three, is trying to become the first man ever to win 21 Grand Slam titles and the first man since 1969 to win all four majors in the same calendar. You almost Frank Lindsay caught up with the New York Times tennis correspondent Chris Clary. You just released a new book about Roger Federer called the Master Chris before we get into the book itself. I wanted to get your sense. Is this it? Are we finally at the end of the era of the Big Three. The end that we know will come eventually, and we've been talking about for years now, you know, Frank, I think we are. You know, it's sort of it's sort of snuck up on us. Could say it snuck up on us quickly or gradually, But I mean, I think the big three as we've known them Federer, Nadal and Djokovic just routine legal and deepen slams Now that Roger's tried to come back from his Third knee surgery and ended up not working. I think you have to say that era is over. Now you've been if Roger manages to come back against the eyes of place, or I don't see him being a regular factor with just those two guys at the top anymore, So it was a tremendous period of time in tennis history. I think it is over. And now we're looking at Least for now, Novak Against the younger generation until that going for one of the ultimate achievement sport, not just tennis a true Grand Slam. And he had a bunch of talented young guys who are going to try to hold him off. Do you think as he's dealing with this

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Winds Frustrate Effort to Corral Wildfire Near Lake Tahoe

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00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Winds Frustrate Effort to Corral Wildfire Near Lake Tahoe

"They've got a wildfire crews in that area, say the California's Kaldor fire continues to grow there in the Lake Tahoe basin. The blaze fast moving only 12% contained. The challenge has been the gusty winds and dry conditions right now, fanning the flames. Fighting efforts are to keep the wildfire from moving into populated areas. It's on the South shore there. South Lake Tahoe. That's so kind of like the place of protecting here is the fire is actually about eight miles away. We'll keep our eyes on that 8 40 here at KOMO News. We've got a lot to cover here. The beacon

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Deadly Blast Outside Kabul Airport: How It Happened

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01:52 min | 3 months ago

Deadly Blast Outside Kabul Airport: How It Happened

"Came overnight on Thursday an imminent terrorist threat in Kabul, U. S ambassador to Afghanistan Ross Wilson before the blast, it was clearly regarded as credible as imminent as compelling. Our intention was to urge Americans and frankly others not to come to the airport and then just hours later, the explosion at the airport gate where thousands have been trying to leave the country in the face of Taliban rule. The situation has been changing by the hour. But right after it happened, ABC's Ian panel talked about that entrance or the explosion occurred. This almost defies words. It's bewildering, bewildering. It's it's horrifying. It was already Very distressing scene down at the airport. We were at the abbey Gate on that very spot where the blast happened. We saw us troops U. S. Marines, British soldiers, others, State Department officials risking their lives. To go right up to the front line there to rescue individuals. We were in the watchtower right by that site, which you can see. In the backdrop of one of those horrifying videos with the Marines, and there was an American passport holder down in the crowd waving his blue passports. The Marines were shouting Come to a big gate will go and get you and pull you in. That's the reality of how this operation was being carried out. It relied on the bravery of individuals of servicemen and women going to the very front lines going out, grabbing people who are eligible pulling them into that gate. It was a difficult moment there were thousands and thousands of people that knee deep in sewage, water all crammed cheap by general there. Anyone who got into that crowd and detonated device was sure to carry out mass casualty event and that appears to be what we had. I mean, we filmed on that very footpath where the blast took place.

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FDA Approval of Pfizer-Biontech’s Covid Shot Expected to Help Clear Big Hurdle

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00:53 sec | 3 months ago

FDA Approval of Pfizer-Biontech’s Covid Shot Expected to Help Clear Big Hurdle

"At a local testing site for Visor. Komen Vaccine boosters says the full FDA authorization that came in this last week should help clear a big hurdle. I made sure to ask Dr Bernard Core with the Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason of Pfizer booster test site if we should be concerned that much of the vaccine study came before the Delta variant And he tells me the vaccine still clear the bar they hoped for and work well at keeping you and the community safe from Delta. If you are hiding places we can give the virus to hide out, the more effective we will be in delaying or preventing the emergence of new strains. Doctor Court tells me the hope is this approval will put more people over the hump as he put it, because it shows there's been longer and more detailed study, and he says he expects to see more businesses require employees to get vaccinated. He also expects full approval for the Moderna vaccine will follow

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First "Murder Hornet" Nest of 2021 Destroyed in Washington

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00:26 sec | 3 months ago

First "Murder Hornet" Nest of 2021 Destroyed in Washington

White House Says 112,000 Evacuated From Afghanistan so Far

News, Traffic and Weather

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

White House Says 112,000 Evacuated From Afghanistan so Far

"Process from Afghanistan, the White House said this morning. Nearly 112,000 people have been evacuated. But the danger of that work in Kabul was underscored Thursday after an explosion killed 13. U. S service members, including 20 year old Marine Riley. McCollum, remembered by his father in Wyoming did What he thought he needed to do to help somebody else and that that's just the kind of person he was. He would give up himself for anybody at any time. President Biden's national security team warning him. Another attack is likely. So March today in

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Seattle School Shooting: 17-Year-Old Critically Wounded, 14-Year-Old in Custody

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01:21 min | 3 months ago

Seattle School Shooting: 17-Year-Old Critically Wounded, 14-Year-Old in Custody

"For his life in the ICU right now another face to judge Friday for the first time. This was after that shootout in front of a key. Caruso, the middle school in South Seattle. Almost Cole Miller on the steps of AKI Karoshi Middle School of violent clash between two teenagers. Seattle police say a 14 year old boy began shooting at a 17 year old. He then fired back. The 17 year old now in critical condition at Harborview, and then we heard the sirens and said, Yeah, those were gunshots. It's just very discouraging. As for the 14 year old, he's been booked for assault and unlawful possession of a firearm going before a judge. Despite the defense, asking, he be released with an electronic home monitoring device to his father. That judge declined the conversation about gun violence in Seattle, picking up yet again. The city seeing a surge and shootings this year. It's a tragedy all the way around. These were both Children. Aaron Goodman is with the South Precinct Advisory Council in the wake of a deadly weekend. Last month, a rash of shootings turned homicides. She says she's heard from the mayor just a handful of times, but I didn't hear a plan of action. I didn't hear these are the next steps, and that's what I'm waiting to hear. Investment in youth programs continues, and so do some calls for more police. But in the short term, she says, more has to be done to prevent something like this from happening again. This was the first week of

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Debate Over Masks Continues as Children Return to Schools

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:41 min | 3 months ago

Debate Over Masks Continues as Children Return to Schools

"To school, the debate over masks continue My in Florida school districts wishing to require masks were handed a victory in court when a Tallahassee judge ruled in favor of parents who sued over turn the governor's executive order banning mask mandates face mask policies that follow CDC guidance are at this point in time, reasonable and consistent with the best scientific and medical opinion the guidance in the country at this time, all 50 states now seeing high community transmission to Delta variant spread like wildfire now accounting for nearly 99% of all new cases nationwide. Kentucky deploying the National Guard to help with Covid response. The state has requested FEMA teams to help understaffed hospitals. Hospitalizations have increased every day without exception for the past 42 days. From 239 on July 14th, 2, 2000 and 74 on August 25th Valerie Alvare Eto is a nurse at Wise Health Systems in Decatur, Texas. Her mother was recently admitted with Covid 19. The hardest part was putting her on a ventilator worrying that that was going to be the last Time I got to speak with my mother. As of Thursday, the rural hospital had just to I C u beds left. This surge has been more challenging for the hospital industry than the previous one. In Oklahoma City. Kendra Johnson's 13 year old son, Clarence, lost his battle with the virus was truly loved by a whole lot of you. Meanwhile, in Washington, a divided Supreme Court struck down the CDCs nationwide moratorium on evictions. It was meant to keep people in their homes during the pandemic. Millions of

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Powell Says Fed Could Start Scaling Back Stimulus This Year

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:08 sec | 3 months ago

Powell Says Fed Could Start Scaling Back Stimulus This Year

"Update. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell reaffirmed the feds of urging plan to start scaling back its stimulus policies this year. And its expectations for receding

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Microsoft Warns Thousands of Cloud Customers of Exposed Databases

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Microsoft Warns Thousands of Cloud Customers of Exposed Databases

"Is warning thousands of its cloud customers that their data basis may have been exposed to intruders. Reuter says. The vulnerability, which could allow hackers to read, change or delete data was discovered by cybersecurity company Wiz, whose chief technology officer used to be CTO for Microsoft Cloud Security unit.

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Death Sentence Upheld for Man Who Killed 9 in South Carolina Church Shooting

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Death Sentence Upheld for Man Who Killed 9 in South Carolina Church Shooting

"Sentence has been upheld for the white man who killed nine black members of a South Carolina church. Dylann roof had appealed his sentence to the U. S fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. He was 21 years old when he killed nine people during a Bible study at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.

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California Fires Close in on Communities as Smoke Chokes Lake Tahoe

First Light

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

California Fires Close in on Communities as Smoke Chokes Lake Tahoe

"And Reno, Nevada is thick with brown smoke this morning, the region experiencing the worst air quality in the nation by far Causes that massive Kildare fire, which is torching his way through the Eldorado National Forest and getting perilously close to tourist destination. Lake Tahoe. The fierce blaze has already gutted hundreds of homes. Former President Donald Trump

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KOMO

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"komo" Discussed on KOMO

"KOMO Seattle KOMO FM Oakville More of these top local stories coming up after ABC News from ABC News I'm Derek Dennis. Grim Corona virus Milestones, the US seeing a record number of hospitalizations and one million new confirmed cases in just the 1st 10 days of November. Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers sounding the alarm. It's not safe to go out. It's not safe to have others over. It's just not safe. And it might not be safe for a while. Yeah, Governor Evers Signing new executive orders urging people to stay home in Washington President Trump not budging, not conceding the presidential election and refusing to cooperate with the transition to President elect Joe Biden. He's filed a host of long shot legal challenges but has yet to provide a shred of evidence of any widespread fraud. But he is getting help from his attorney General Bill Bar, who authorized the Justice Department to pursue substantial allegations of voting and vote tabulation. Polarities. Even his bar admits none have actually emerged. BBC's marry Bruce President elect Biden for his part, taking the high road over Trump's lack of cooperation and his unfounded claims of voter fraud. I just think it's an embarrassment. Great. Frankly, the only thing that What can I say this Tactful. I think it Well, no. Help the president's legacy. And there's more turmoil in the Trump administration. A day after the president fire Defense Secretary Mark Esper over Twitter, three more Pentagon officials have announced it. No one has seen anything like this. There is concern about what this means. Is the president planning a military operation or the use of federal troops, which Esper opposed? Even Mitch McConnell praised Esper today. And Republican John Cornyn, a member of the Senate GOP leadership set of Trump's decision to fire Esper. I don't think it helps him and I don't think it helps the country baby sees Martha Raddatz, You're listening to ABC News..

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02:31 min | 1 year ago

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"This is KOMO Seattle, KOMO FM, Oakville From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. President. Trump says he will take action after lawmakers failed to agree to a new economic stimulus agreement He made. That announcement is heat out of the July jobs report. We added 1.8 1,000,000 new jobs in July, exceeding predictions with the third month in a row. But ABC Deirdre Bolton says fewer than half of the jobs lost in the U. S. Since the pandemic began have returned, and with no deal in place, federal aid has expired. Well, the unemployment rate dropped to 10.2% better than forecast. It is still it levels not seen since the great recession. Many families who depend on unemployment assistance are struggling. That extra $600 has been a lifeline to us to keep the roof over our heads. That federal supplemental $600 per week support is gone. It expired last week. The president says he'll provide payments but did not say how much they would be. It's also not clear if he has the authority to do so. The president also dismissed the report that Russia wants himto win reelection. ABC is Rachel Scott says that reports his other adversaries are also getting involved. A stark warning from the nation's top counterintelligence official, foreign adversaries are at it again. Trying to influence the US election, saying China, Russia and Iran are attempting to increase discord and undermine our democratic process. The president down in the polls has taken an aggressive posture towards Beijing, blaming China for the pandemic should never have been allowed to leave. China. Intelligence officials ASSESS China views President Trump as unpredictable and would prefer a president Biden and a source with knowledge of the vetting process for the biting campaigns, says the former vice president met with Michigan. Enter Gretchen Whitmer last weekend, first known meeting between the presumptive Democratic nominee and a possible running mate. The bodies of seven Marines and one sailor been recovered after an amphibious assault vehicle sank in several 100 feet of water off California last week. You're listening to ABC News. The I. R s finally caught up with Louis paid my taxes in eight years old. I read a lot of money. Louis was in deep trouble. We're going to take your house. Put a lien on your bank account. Garnish, Okay. They don't care. They're gonna take your picture. Louis found out about Optima Tax relief. The leading tax resolution firm, A plus rated by the better Business Bureau. They've resolved over 1/2 $1,000,000,000 for their clients often attacks. They help me. They call me now. They made me feel comfortable and I trusted Louie..

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04:09 min | 1 year ago

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"Four seven komo news coming up on komo news the possibility of using the coronavirus restrictions in some parts of the state earlier than others a Charlie Parker story I'm Ryan Harris with white snow home which county leaders say they can't pin down a date for re opening the economy those stories plus a look at our commute conditions and the forecast it's four thirty here's ABC nineteen is now blamed for more US deaths in the Vietnam war at least fifty eight thousand three hundred sixty five that's according to the ongoing tally from Johns Hopkins University president trump again expressing condolences to the family in the White House east room we continue to pray for the victims as well as for those Americans who are grieving president trump asked if he's called or spoken with any of the families of the more than fifty five thousand have died I've spoken to three maybe I guess for families unrelated to me I did I lost a very good friend president trump saying the best he can do is support those working on treatments and a cure Andy field ABC news Washington the nation's top infectious diseases expert Dr Anthony Fauci commenting on the current state of U. S. testing ABC's tell me almost listened in he says the testing issue in the U. S. is not perfect but we'll get there he also said by the end of may or early June everyone who needs a test should get a test he says that's what he's being told Jerry Alden or ABC news one thousand FM ninety seven seven welcome back as we continue with our come afternoon news I'm Rick fence ice with a Lisa Jaffe and among our top stories from the commode twenty four seven news center the governor is likely to extend to the state stay at home orders before they expire on Monday and discussed really harder tells us there will likely be some modifications the governor has frequently said Washington will gradually ease restrictions but not all at once in some parts of the state the outbreak is almost nonexistent with no cases reported in Garfield county four cases total in Pacific county state health secretary John Huisman spoke about it in a press briefing there are certainly some communities who feel like they are good to handle what they have Intel worked furiously giving that consideration we spent says the governor will make a decision in the coming days Charlie harder komo news well with one hundred seven deaths from covert nineteen Snohomish county is taking a very cautious approach to re opening and comes right here still says county leaders say it is too soon to say anymore than that Snohomish county executive Dave Somers paints a positive picture of the initial work restarting with hundreds of construction workers soon able to bring home a paycheck while building dozens of much needed homes and apartments but he says the governor's first step toward re opening as a test and they'll have to watch for new transmission slowing starting up last week the construction industry these are really experiments to see if activities can return under some fairly strict conditions and safety precautions are gonna have to see how that works summer says they're also not where they need to be with things like corona virus testing in tracking or protective gear for healthcare workers or everyone else so it's not realistic to pick a date for more re opening the executive says they're also looking at which parts they can open for day use with social distancing so the message remains stick to what you're doing and stay safe Ryan Harris komo news all clinical staff at UW hospitals are now required to wear masks come a zero now tells us it may be the first step on the path toward getting out of lockdown in a loosening of social distancing UW medicine will begin taking patients in person starting may fourth to protect staff and patients workers were required to start wearing masks this week but the decision to welcome patients back to clinics doesn't mean they'll stop taking online appointments we are working through all of our individual schedules to see what patients do we need to see in person and what patients can still be seen appropriately with telemedicine uta possibles president Lisa Brandenburg says the upside is that most staff was required to learn how to do telemedicine faster than they had planned to implement it before Copa nineteen hit C. Romero companies for thirty four years Marino with our cumo traffic.

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KOMO

05:07 min | 1 year ago

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"Komo news stay connected stay informed twenty four seven komo news coming up on komo news the governor says local politicians can't overrule the state stay at home workers and Charlie Parker with the story I'm C. Romero with the state's progress on contact tracing and testing for the corona virus all the way after ABC news president trump ordered a sixty day suspension of immigration the president says his immigration orders about protecting citizens already here one Americans have the jobs to Americans have the health care we want to take care of our citizens first we have to the band doesn't apply to migrate or temporary workers and during that time he might extend it or not and L. maybe change it I might modify creating uncertainty for thousands who planned on becoming U. S. citizens Andy field ABC news Washington Dr Rick Wright once an inspector general to investigate his ouster as head of the nation's vaccine development he disagreed with the president touting a drug that's proving disappointing against covert nineteen right says he defied directives to push the anti malaria drugs saying was being promoted by the administration as a panacea but clearly lacks scientific merit the veterans administration tried it on covert nineteen patients and researchers say it may lead to a higher death rates ABC's Terry Moran Richard Cantu ABC news one thousand FM ninety seven seven global news time nine to thirty one it is forty seven degrees art Sanders top local stories from the como twenty four seven news center snow which county sheriff is refusing to enforce governor Insley stay at home or in a Facebook post Adam Fortney wrote he believes the order is illegal we can't go to church on Sunday so that's a big deal that's guaranteed to us in the constitution and he says none of his deputies will be arresting people for violating the governor's order however for he says he is taking the situation seriously and encourages voluntary compliance governor Jay Inslee says some local leaders are acting irresponsibly during the coronavirus shutdown published Charlie harder has the story county commissioners in Franklin County say they have the authority to lift the stay at home orders in the Snohomish county sheriff says he won't enforce them at a press conference governor Insley said those leaders don't have the authority to lift the orders if people have disagreements with the law that it could be decided by the courts not by any individual law enforcement officer asked about when certain industries such as construction could return to work Inslee said he's hoping to hear about some scientific models which are expected Thursday Charlie Harker komo news at least seven hundred lives have now been lost a corona virus across Washington state latest count completed today shows a total of six hundred and ninety two deaths state health officials hope to test thirty thousand people a day in their effort to trace and stop the spread of covert nineteen couples sewer Meryl reports two components to battling the corona virus are testing and contact tracing Dr Charissa fonteneaux is with the state health care authority says modeling shows that testing between one and seven percent of a population a day would work thinking is if we can get to certain that's a decent approximation the middle of those estimations and gives us the ability to test about two point five percent of the population daily for contact tracing state health secretary John Huisman says they have seven hundred people trained to find and interview every person that someone infected with Copa nineteen has come into contact with and they're looking to hire eight hundred more by mid may C. Romero company was volume ploys returning to their jobs this week machinist union president John Holden says he's hearing from concerned workers of a double edged sword it's tough to be out of work in on implements many people certainly have to provide for their families have to pay their bills but they're also concerned about catching this virus and bringing it home to the people they love functions it's enhanced safety around production facilities with workers spaced farther apart colonies time nine thirty four R. como traffic every ten minutes on the forces J. Phillips in Everett southbound I. five crossing state route five to six a stalled vehicle is blocking the right lane in federal way on the northbound I. five on ramp from south three twenty at the collision partially blocks that ramp southbound highway ninety nine in north ninety third street a medical emergency blocks the right lane your next port is on the way at nine forty four J. deluxe komo news channel Donnell has your cold all week Ruth forecast you love a rainy night you're in luck at least if you're between Seattle and everywhere the rain is going to linger a little bit longer the Puget Sound convergence zone scattered showers and some breaks to follow on Thursday with highs in the fifties to about sixty a brighter day on Friday partly sunny at times with highs on either side of sixty degrees and even a little bit warmer before the rain in the clouds who was off again by Saturday in the coming weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon Odom it's forty seven degrees in Seattle domestic violence cases are on.

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03:38 min | 1 year ago

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"Komo news coming up on como pre opening business has now become a political fight between Republicans and Democrats I'm Jeff Pojulu with the county that's defining the governor governor Inslee said to make an address to the people of Washington state I'm surely harder with the preview and in downtown Seattle now three nearly half a trillion dollars in additional funding to supplement the coronavirus economic relief package passed last month three hundred and ten billion dollars will go to replenish the popular small business lending program that ran out of cash after just two weeks of crushing demand seventy five billion will go to support hospitals and twenty five billion will be set aside to help expand corona virus testing around the country the house of representatives is expected to follow the Senate's lead by as soon as Thursday president trump has said he will sign the legislation when it reduces desk Fortin Phelps ABC news Washington New York governor Andrew Cuomo says the state no longer needs the navy hospital ship comfort and he's suggesting that it be deployed somewhere that can use it now Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker says schools in the state will remain closed for the rest of the academic year with cases and deaths of covert nineteen still on the rise cases and deaths are also trending upward in California Terry all bring their A. B. C. news one thousand and ninety seven seven good afternoon couple news time three thirty one Lisa Jaffe with a day off I'm Rick fansites top stories from the como twenty four seven news center rural Franklin County in eastern Washington deciding to ignore governor Inslee stay at home order more from combos Jeff Pohjola this started when a conservative lawmaker from the tri cities claimed he found a state law that invalidates the governor's orders after thirty days county commissioner Clint did here took that and ran with it I moved to Franklin County in recognition of the governor stay at home emergency proclamation that is now deemed unconstitutional we support the re opening for all builders and small businesses that want to work to be clear nothing has been found unconstitutional only the courts can do that the governor's office says the decision by Franklin County is illegal and that the commissioners have no such authority can attest county home to Ellensburg and equally conservative responded to the move by releasing a statement effectively saying that no county has the authority to overrule the governor Jeff poacher look come on news we're standing by for an announcement from the governor at five o'clock como's Charlie harder with a look ahead his office says this is an address to the people of Washington state and not a press conference he'll be speaking about the cease recovery from Kobe in nineteen and is likely to outline what the state's next steps are this comes as other states around the country are gradually reopening despite some of them not meeting the White House guidelines for doing so business shutdowns started March fifteenth and it's been four weeks since the first it stay home order went into full effect here in Washington Inslee's speeches at five AM will carry it live Charlie hurt your homeowner more people were caught driving more than one hundred miles per hour by state troopers this past weekend como's Ryan Harris has one troopers very stern warning there were three this weekend in Snohomish county alone stopped going one hundred twenty seven one hundred twenty and one hundred seventeen miles per hour trooper heather acts Smith says it's just not worth it there's not a hardware store there is not a roll of toilet paper that is well worth a hundred and twenty miles an hour excellence is the message would be a lot more serious if you hurt or kill yourself or someone else while driving at those speeds there's not a day that you're going to wake up and not have a regret knowing that collision.

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06:34 min | 1 year ago

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"Four hour news station komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven some positive the corona virus pandemic is sitting so close to home for so many of us including tional pawning their Matt Larson spoke with come on skillet meals okay Meryl arson we understand you yourself have tested positive for coronavirus that's correct how are you feeling right now the eleven men have been fairly mild Ono if there is the most pervasive symptoms which often an underlying exhaustion fever often on food ten eleven days well it seems like it's finally disappearing more and more in the last few days too but mostly coming to the end of the course we hear a lot about testing these days what can you tell us about your experience will it was she was smoother which is up at the hospital which was the only source it was offering no no he said our valley here instrumentality great staff there but I think they're just again like all all of the facilities or for short of supplies and whatnot hi and they're only they're only open Monday through Friday at the time of my feeder manifested through late Friday shortly before the close that's where the weeds the weekend my sentence first rocked the internet which would weaken the sixteenth the family get tested at the waiting line to be tested it took a you know how I already have two hours initially they said the results could be on three to four days in that trend in fact the next the the they stopped doing the testing because of the rain of the kit so fortunate was given before they stop attempting and then it took three to four day results went from three to five days in three to seven days but fortunately within six days on Sunday later that week I was finally called and informed that I tested positive but but but I think we were pretty good highly suspected that I have been possibly given the symptoms and the length of it so what is your advice to people who may be worried they're getting sick or perhaps are sick at this point what should they know based on your experience working group for the S. majority the population there shouldn't be a panic I would emphasize to begin self isolation to restless and what your body is telling you and they get very Sir so it doesn't all of the something more serious criminal it's fifty it's kind of a tough point but it choristers fitness folks with underlying health conditions for which this could become quite stressful on one hand I don't think people need to panic it's it's not debilitating or crippling on the other hand it because it is for a small portion the population will need to take it seriously and still call me mayor Matt Larson with us on the homeowners line Washington state school superintendent Chris rake doll is telling the state's two hundred ninety five public school districts remote learning must go on despite the pandemic com was Carly Johnson has more the state education department setting new guidance to districts Monday that says they are required to provide some form of instruction while schools are closed how many districts are already doing this with online learning but those districts that have not gotten there yet are told they must resume class in some format by next Monday total time supporting the new guidelines are loose and leave room for interpretation but superintendent Chris Rachel says it has to be equitable meaning if the district is going to do learning online they need to make sure all students have access to that everyone has the device they need everyone has the online capability to the learning students with disabilities get their individual education plans Matt last week the state education department encourage districts to focus on high school seniors making sure they can still graduate on time that's going to mean some districts will likely be given permission to waive certain graduation requirements Carly Johnson come on news your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news now your call will propel insurance money update amid signs a deal regarding the massive financial stimulus package was getting close U. S. stocks enjoyed a powerful rally the Dow Jones industrial soaring more than twenty one hundred points the biggest point advance ever for the blue chip index eleven point four percent leap marks the biggest percentage gain since nineteen thirty three both the S. and P. five hundred and the nasdaq composite jumped more than eight percent Nike is out with quarterly results via political panel giant posted as expected per share net of fifty three cents while revenue totaled ten point one billion dollars to top analyst estimates Nike shares moved solidly higher in after hours trading Boeing is telling some of its Puget Sound suppliers to immediately halt deliveries of aircraft parts and components the business journal says the move follows the decision by the jet maker to close factories in the region for two weeks as a precaution against the spread of code nineteen that's your money now I'm Jim Tesco colonus for what it's worth I'm sherry Preston president trump saying he hopes to restart the economy in weeks rather than months we're not going to cure be worse than the problem at the end of the fifteen day period will make a decision as to which way we want to go where we want to go if it were only that simple to re open everything and go back outside again doctors say it isn't basic editing me ology says that right now we are not at the level where we can safely we remove all the restrictions of social distancing Dr Imran Ali of university of Connecticut health says part of the problem is we still don't know who's the Kerrier and who isn't we're going to see that people are going to be a symptomatic carriers spreading it spreading the virus to other people and we will not be able to control the amount of clusters we see around the country and then we will just overwhelm the health system most deaths in the U. S. right now I've been in New York California and a new one Louisiana for what it's worth Jerry Preston ABC news financial experts warn a prolonged corona virus related slowdown could plunge the global economy into a depression one economist sees a way out cancellation of all personal debt was Corwin hate K. explains those who advocate for wiping the slate clean for borrowers everywhere call it a debt jubilee they say it would restore financial balances debts have grown so high that it is shrinking the economy that's economist and historian Michael Hansen he's calling for forgiveness of a certain class of debt including student loans in which just keeping up with interest payments prevents people.

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06:02 min | 1 year ago

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"Komo news coming up on Newsnight surely harder how workers are used up medicine to get tested for corona virus without ever getting out of their cars after ABC news corona virus continues to spread in Saudi Arabia and Russia engage in a price war over crude oil the trump administration is weighing economic stimulus measures the president envisions a package it'll cover individuals who call us sick from work and not lose money we're also going to be talking about hourly wage earners getting help so that they can fit a position where that I could never miss a paycheck the virus in the oil war oil price were spooking investors into driving the Dow off by more than two thousand points Asian markets took a breather from recent steep declines in Tuesday trading with new cases declining Chinese president xi made his first visit to Wuhan city hit hardest by the outbreak Michigan the big prize Tuesday is six states hold presidential primaries with Joe Biden continuing to pick up indoors when some observers see Tuesday is make or break for Bernie Sanders Richard Cantu ABC news one thousand and ninety seven seven governors time thirty one past the hour art Sanders top local stories from the combo twenty four seven news center the death toll in Washington state continues to climb as a result of the corona virus king county now reports total of twenty deaths both granted Snohomish counties each report a single death all residents at the life care center of Kirkland have now been tested for covert nineteen of the first batch of results shows thirty one tested positive life care spokesman Tim Killian thirty five total tests thirty one of our residents in those tests have tested positive for the corona virus three are inconclusive meeting they have to do further testing and one result is negative Killian could elaborate on what further testing entails but he did say they continue to ask for more testing kit so they can get more employees tested Killian says they do have enough of those P. P. ease our personal protective equipment that employees are following the proper protocols for using them to protect themselves from the coronavirus Killian also says they feel they're doing a better job of communicating with residents families especially since they now have a doctor on site relatives can contact there's a new option for U. W. medicine workers who want to get tested for coronavirus they can use the drive thru combos Charlie harder reporter W. medicine Susan Gregg says they haven't set up in a parking garage in north Seattle lesser people in personal protective equipment greet drivers or passengers taken eight o'clock and then they're on their way it's very efficient and very safe to get outdoors Filipina be even in a better situation than doing you know something like this inside right now the testing is for UW Madison employees only but great says it may eventually expand to cover first responders and others who are on the front lines trying to contain the spread of coronavirus Charlie harder colonialism markets took a serious nosedive without taking more than two thousand points northwest stock S. were hit as well with Amazon Costco and Starbucks all in negative territory so what should the typical investor do not sell that the number one worst thing you can do in a market like this because the only thing you're doing is locking in your law that's Jason Moser an analyst with financial advice firm the motley fool some of the biggest businesses in Seattle and king county are chipping in to help battle the co that nineteen out break the new local coalition hosted by the Seattle foundation has raised more than two and a half million dollars the foundation's Chris Herrmann's says the coalition includes Amazon Starbucks the cities Seattle and Alaska Airlines this fund is specifically supporting community based grassroots organizations where community members that are most impacted will likely go to as trusted partners the fund will help provide resources to organizations in the Puget Sound region that are helping out during the outbreak colonies time thirty four past the hour now you're cold traffic every ten minutes on the floor is yours J. Phillip so we're clear in Renton now northbound highway one six seven just north of the south one eighty if we had a collision in the left lane and that has been removed from the roadway now about to marry so we've been dealing with a serious collision involving medical aid for some time it's on highway nine at sixtieth street northeast is collision blocks all lanes of nine A. each direction and we do have a situation on a ramp of one car collision on the southbound I. five ramp to highway five eighteen west bound direction in the talk that talk will area excuse me but we have this car in the ditch there the toll may take a lane of that ramp to retrieve it and your next port coming up at ten forty four J. political news Shannon o'donnell as your home eco roof forecast why everybody it's Monday night you're in western Washington eighty is going to stay partly to mostly sorry all night long for the central sound in some areas of fog and freezing fog certainly a possibility again just like what we saw earlier this morning so especially in the south and get ready to scrape those wind chills on Tuesday morning Tuesday afternoon though things changing up pretty quickly we're going to cloud up will stay in the fifties some of us are even going to pull down a little bit of rain mainly at the ocean beaches in through the northwest interior including the sand once in Bellingham in the coming weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon o'donnell right now forty three degrees in Seattle now there are growing concerns about how easily culverted nineteen can spread on cruise ships the state department is urging all Americans to stay off the ships especially if you have underlying health conditions almost Nick problem says the warning comes just three weeks before the start of cruise season in Seattle the port of Seattle says all major cruise companies have ships come through here which includes princess cruises which has a ship currently in California where multiple people tested positive for the corona virus already one man we spoke with says he isn't.

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05:30 min | 1 year ago

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"Home of the Huskies komo news coming up next on komo news tens of thousands of students in north shore will be getting their school courses online for up to the next two weeks I'm curling Johnson well here with the superintendent of the north shore district has to say about that plus traffic and weather on the force here's ABC news roller coaster ride continues on Wall Street one day down the next the Dow plunging nearly a thousand points over new worries about what the novel coronavirus could do to the economy especially the travel industry and added you can't replace those flights that don't happen so as you look at the whole first quarter and all the flights to be cancelled in the seats that will be sold in that and the lack of travelers happy generally the airlines get hit the hard R. Hogan chief nationals chief market strategist at national securities the death toll in the U. S. is up to twelve with an eleventh case in Washington state vice president pence asked about the US response to the virus as he visited a plant in Minnesota that makes surgical mask we don't have enough test today to me what we anticipate will be the demand eight point three billion dollar emergency funding measure is headed to president trump's desk senator Elizabeth Warren ending her bid for the democratic nomination for president Dario opener ABC news one thousand FM ninety seven seven good afternoon couple news time to thirty one I'm Taylor fan sites now the top stories from the como twenty four seven news center we now know that there are at least seventy confirmed cases of coronavirus across Washington state at least eleven of those cases fatal that includes fifty one infections in king county eighteen more installments county Grant County has its first confirmed test state health secretary Dr John Huisman says they're adding the ability to do more and more testing we are receiving additional testing equipment at our state public health lab today and expect to get it operational over the weekend and when that does that we will be able to test up to at least two hundred people per day and hopefully more the university of Washington's lab can also test as many as seven hundred and fifty people per day nearly twenty four thousand students in the north shore district will be kept home for online schooling for up to two weeks it's going to start on Monday this decision was made yesterday with more than two dozen schools in the district impacted by virus concerns calls Carly Johnson reports the decision was addressed this morning at an education subcommittee hearing by our state's US senator Patty Murray as she pressed education secretary Betsy device to explain what federal guidance is being offered a nursery school district in my home state is now announced they'll be close for two weeks they said twenty six of the schools in their district had it been affected via direct or indirect exposure at that point in the absentee rate was twenty percent that was yesterday's absentee rate nor sure got dozens of emails from parents and staff self quarantining or just choosing to keep students at home secretary device said they are continually updating guidance you know local communities being able to have that information and updated regularly to make the best decisions for their communities this is certainly our goal in a letter to families with disabled students those in need of meal assistance they normally get at school or help with child care the district says they're working on plans for all of that Carly John and come on news and more than five hundred teachers and other staff members in the north shore district are over the age of sixty so when the health department said yesterday that they would recommend those over age sixty avoid large gatherings because the virus district superintendent Michelle Reid said that's when it became clear it was time to close the schools in addition retells Kamel more than thirty teachers are pregnant which is another high risk factor another major consideration in a research team put together if you will a timeline of the disease progression in other countries from the time it began the time schools were closed and really we were starting to close in on that timeline here very shortly to be honest and it we know that trying to slow down the transmission you know social isolation or social distance is a key part of pulling that down north shores twenty three thousand plus students will receive their online studies starting Monday coming up on come all contact with the life care patients sense of family into quarantine I'm Corwin hate we hear from a victim next the first at two thirty four couple traffic update with Tama Fulton we're still watching this crash eastbound on the westbound bridge in Seattle just before highway ninety nine it's blocking the two left lanes briefly the westbound left lane was blocked with emergency crews and traffic is backed up eastbound on the westbound upper age from the mid span and east and westbound west Seattle bridge you're stopping go from fourth Avenue still watching a crash in Everett north bound five just before one hundred twenty eight street on the right shoulder causing a pretty solid back up from forty fourth Avenue in Linwood that's going to add twenty minutes your commute time south bound by then kids still want you to crash just before five A. five sixteen over on the right shoulder causing a slowdown from south center parkway this traffic report is sponsored by locally owned Bartell drugs this week save twenty percent on allergy relief from Allegra nays the court or exile visit our Tel drugs dot com for details our next how much traffic at two forty four the couple eagle river forecast with meteorologist Kristen Clarke turning mostly cloudy this afternoon not much of a sunset even though the sun is setting at six 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02:14 min | 2 years ago

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"KOMO news. Here's your KOMO propel insurance money update ABC news, Wall Street now word of a new round of U S, China trade talks, this one, starring the leaders of both countries sent the markets soaring. The Dow jump three hundred fifty three points, the NASDAQ added one hundred eight for the day and the s&p rose twenty eight points to close at twenty nine eighteen that's just one percent from an all-time, high President Trump and president Xi say, they'll meet on the sidelines of next week's g twenty summit to discuss their long-running trade dispute the new set in most sectors higher, especially tech stocks, which would benefit the most from easing. Trade tensions. Daria Albinger, ABC news. For what it's worth, I'm Sherry Preston. Summer's here that means for what it's worth turns to all things shark today, we're going to tell you the story of page winter who lost most of her left leg, and several fingers on both, hands when she was bitten off the coast of North Carolina while swimming rather, even just standing waist-deep water at first, she thought it was just a snapping turtle, then she realized it was much more serious. My body went into shock. So I couldn't really feel anything I just knew it was bad. And so did her father. He is a firefighter and a paramedic when it happened he jumped into the water and began punching jaws. So it led his daughter go, you've ever met somebody who's squared up with a shark meat. ABC's Robin Roberts. Yes. She does feel strange, but she will not let this ordeal break. Her spirit. I'm still pagey just little different family knows shimmied a lot more surgeries as she recovers. They've set up a gofundme page called prayers for page for what it's worth, Cheri Preston, ABC news. Child safety experts, say warning kids about stranger danger may be the wrong approach. The new phrase being used as tricky people. Komo's Carleen Johnson reports. Police are moving away from the phrase stranger danger because statistics show, children are far more likely to be abused or kidnapped by someone. They know or recognize child advocates also point out that not all strangers bad and can actually help in an emergency. So the new phrase is called tricky people Washington county sergeant Danny DP tro one's asking.

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02:16 min | 3 years ago

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"Komo Seattle KOMO FM Oakville. Twenty minutes of nonstop news starts now coming up second Monday in a row of nothing. But snow, I'm Carleen Johnson. In Thurston county. I'm Corwin Hake on the east side where roads are better than expected. Thanks to hard working crews those stories and more I live update from ABC news. Komo news time, eleven o'clock. From ABC news, Chuck rich in the state of Illinois is challenging the prison sentence in a high profile case former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke was sentenced to six years nine months in prison last month fatally shooting Liquan McDonald in two thousand fourteen attorney general Kwami Raoul explaining that the petition is not about the length of the sentence. But rather the way the judge folded, the sixteen counts of aggravated battery under the second degree murder charge. This is the first step in asking the court to declare that the trial court improperly sentenced Jason Van Dyke. If the supreme court takes up the petition Van Dyke attorneys, we'll have a week to submit an objection. Brian burrow, ABC news Chicago choosing to fight charges against him. The man accused of killing eleven people at a Pittsburgh synagogue. Robert powers pleaded not guilty to hate crimes and other charges. Just added to the indictment against him defense. Attorney Judy Clarke who was represented a number of infamous defendants who face the death penalty said she hoped Bowers case could be resolved without a trial. Federal prosecutors. Still deciding whether to pursue the death penalty for Bowers he's accused of targeting worshipers in an October twenty seventh attack preceded by social media posts in which Bowers raged against Jews ABC's Aaron Katersky. The centers for disease control is reporting a dramatic rise in youth tobacco. Use the CDC says tobacco use among middle and high school students saw a quote substantial increase between two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen twenty eighteen twenty seven point one percent of high school students and seven point two percent of middle school students currently used any tobacco product. Dr Anne, shook it principal. Deputy director of CDC's says e cigarettes are responsible for the rise ABC's Mark Remillard this afternoon. President Trump will head to El Paso, Texas, where he will hold a rally and make another case for a border wall. Thousands are expected to attend while thousands of others are expected to demonstrate outside in Washington..

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03:53 min | 3 years ago

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"Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven jump right in and put the pedal to the floor are auto expert with Nick miles continues. James bell is joining us on fun. He is the chief bottlewasher at Kia. Right. So where does this go on sale? When do we drive it? When do we get to play with it ramping up production in a big way right now in at our facility in West Point, Georgia, and we are expecting to have them in showrooms probably the back end of February maybe early March and have them out in the press lead for good folks, like yourself as soon as possible that sounds like a lot of fun Kia is seems to be doing extraordinarily. Well, right now, you're selling lots of 'cause you winning lots of awards and getting nominated for lots, including engines and interiors. Yeah, I really joined this company hit the right time because you know, there's a term in Korean that says poly poly, and what that means is hurry hurry, and I'm basically the recipient or benefactor of some fantastic technology, and design and ideas that were hatched in key say five years ago and now all starting to bear fruit in so, yeah, it's it's definitely on the company on the rise. And it's done with great product. It's not with a, you know, a great PR guy or anything like that the. The technology is far as communication on the inside. You have Yvo system in there, which is is really like connection of all things sort of safety, tech and navigation and audio together. Right. And yes, of course, apple carplay and Android auto come standard. And that's something you notice the snake and some of the vehicles used test lately is still kind of hit or miss with other manufacturers and vehicles that are much higher price point just to have that instinct, connectivity for no matter. What song you have a lot of other companies are making you choose one or the other or just plug into their own system. And that's not the key away. Dasher you've had their bugs me because I am an Android guy. But a lot of people don't like to embrace the Android. Apple carplay, all vast system or you're out. And so I like all right. We're all in. It's a cough for everybody. Should we be watching Chicago and Detroit for daughter shows coming up for some special Kia information? Well, we got Chicago coming up in just a few weeks just going to have. Some updates on some current vehicles nothing too super exciting. But New York, I'm excited to say. I think we're going to have the first concept car that I've been around to the debut of and and it's a stunner. So yes, definitely keep your eyes open for New York in April. The last one we had was I remember was the stinger and that Tonette be pretty cool. Just fine. Yeah. That was a big a big win for you guys in the next one. All right. I'm holding my breath James ballots, always delightful to talk to you. And I will look forward to having a telluride in my driveway, very soon. So I can go test it and be rugged and Manley and do outdoor things. All right Janesville from Kierra. And of course, you can find out more at their website, which is a key dot com. They go see because I remember the first Kia launch. I went on was there Borrego that was probably ten years ago. That was a big SUV was very much like the Ford Explorer last about a year that was right two thousand seven two thousand eight and then fuel prices went up to like five dollars a gallon. That was out the window that was the end of that. But they're back with big vehicles, which is nice. I prefer bigger vehicles. Jen, you have trucks big trucks, mega different, Texas, and we know the Ryan's well Riley sports caused better cars sedans, interested anything he is the oldest Twenty-seven-year-old at fifty five. Craig? He's here an old soul on you win. You come steal cars could get today. Like, nick. I like, I enjoy a wagon. But I'm not Nick. Wagon wave wagon wave one.

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02:17 min | 3 years ago

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"KOMO Seattle KOMO FM Oakville. Twenty minutes of nonstop news starts now. Coming up on KOMO news. A giant cephalopod loose into coma. I'm Brian Calvert. With the local legend that helped Inc. Some new art. And the KOMO top five at five top stories are reporters have been covering through the day. Now like the ABC. From ABC news. I'm Michelle Franzen, Catholic leaders in Texas or publicly identifying priests accused of sexually abusing children two hundred eighty six Catholic priests and church personnel where identified by church leaders in Texas is having been credibly accused of sexually abusing children the archdiocese of San Antonio had the states longest list with fifty six people accused these report identifies all known allegations of clergy sexual abuse of minors in the archdiocese since nineteen forty it's archbishop Gustavo Garcia Sierra. But critics say San Antonio method is not shared by other diocese. And that there is no uniform definition of credible accusations. Brian Clark ABC news police have arrested a relative in connection with the disappearance of fourteen year old savannah Pruitt in Tennessee, she vanished from her home more than two weeks ago. The president plans to send another thirty five hundred troops to the US Mexico border next month more than the Pentagon told Khan. Congress that it would deploy Armed Services Committee chair Adam Smith angry after hearing the thirty five hundred more US troops are heading to the US Mexican border. He said the Pentagon testified it would be more than a thousand fewer the president says he needs more US soldiers at the border to stop what he calls an invasion of illegals arriving through large. Caravans? He insists a wall would make it easier and less expensive to stop them. Andy Field ABC news, Washington. Sources tell ABC news that investigators on the Senate intelligence committee have learned the identities of three blocked phone calls with Donald Trump junior just before. And after the now infamous Trump Tower meeting in two thousand sixteen sources say the calls were between Trump junior cell phone and two family friends, Nasr car CEO, Brian France and real estate developer Howard Lorber. The US strongly rejecting offers for Mexico Uruguay in the Vatican to mediate dialogue between Venezuela. You're listening to ABC news..

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

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"KOMO Seattle KOMO FM Oakville. The Northwest's only twenty four hour. News station. Latest on the government shutdown also climate change and state spending. I'm Jeff Pohjola with the governor's state of the state address and the Republican response. Also neighbors are stunned by the discovery of three bodies inside. A semantics home ever latest update on that coming up after ABC covers the world. It's twelve midnight. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. The supreme court will likely have the final say, but a federal judge in New York City blocked, the Trump administration from putting a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census declaring the administration ramrod of the question through to intentionally undercount immigrants in spite of this ruling, there's a glimmer of hope for the president the group said adding a citizenship question to the census form isn't unconstitutional. Instead, it found Trump's commerce secretary didn't follow proper procedures before such a question could be at ABC news legal analyst, Royal Oakes. It's day. Twenty six of the partial government shutdown White House, a communist doubled their estimate of how much economic growth the US is losing each week of the shutdown and more furloughed workers are getting that call the IRS ordering more than forty six thousand workers to return to work without pay to make sure Americans get their tax refunds the plan. Also, let some of them answer tax payer questions by phone those recall workers must work, but they won't get paid until congress. On the president. Settle the shutdown. Andy Field ABC news, Washington. The president invited rank and Franken file members of congress from both parties to the White House. Only Republican showed Illinois is Rodney Davis. Lamenting that hundreds of thousands aren't getting it. But there is a crisis at the southern border..

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02:00 min | 3 years ago

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"KOMO's? From ABC news. I'm Chuck Sivertsen. President Trump tried to keep details of meetings with Russian President Putin secret. According to the Washington Post ABC's, George Stephanopoulos is actually one little nugget. There was quite surprising was coming out of the Hamburg meeting. The interpreter did was able to brief before the president stopped at some other administration officials and reported that when Vladimir Putin denied interfering in our elections, President Trump said, I believe you congressman Steve Scalise. Louisiana Republican on President Trump denying a New York Times report that the FBI opened an investigation to see if Mr. Trump was working for Russia. You've seen time and time again with sanctions with other things. President Trump standing up against Russia. This whole idea of collusion. They've investigated this Muller investigations going on for over a year. They found no collusion between Trump and Russia. Senate confirmation hearings expected to begin this week for President Trump's attorney general nominee Senator dick Durbin, Illinois Democrat on the judiciary committee on the Russian. Bill bar volunteered. Information in the past volunteered, basically saying the president shouldn't be subjected to this kind of investigation, and I'll just tell you. That's the first line of questioning you can expect most of the people on the panel Senator Lindsey Graham, South Carolina, Republican urges President Trump to reopen. The government tried to negotiate a deal with Democrats before declaring a national emergency. Investigators in Wisconsin say they're looking for a motive of the alleged kidnapper of thirteen year old Jamie Kloss, Jake Paterson also accused of killing her parents ABC news contributor and former FBI agent. Brad Garret these guys are driven by fantasy and obsession and what happened is. However, he figured out who she was decided made a plan to obstruct her and hold her and entered the house, obviously, according to the police killed a family, and then he took her away. So all of that part was planned. You're listening to ABC news. Stay.

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02:33 min | 3 years ago

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"KOMO Seattle KOMO FM Oakville. Twenty minutes of nonstop news starts now. Good morning. Here's what's coming up. I'm Carleen Johnson. Reporting live with reaction from members of our state's congressional delegation to the president's speech, and then city streets reconfigured. I'm Corwin Hake live how Seattle plans to keep the city moving. You're going to get wet again today. A rainy breezy day. We'll talk more about that. When we check traffic had the forecast in about four minutes. Sports in about ten minutes. Money news in about twenty minutes. But I at update from ABC news. Good morning. It's five o'clock. From ABC news. I'm Cheri Preston. President Trump will host congressional leaders at the White House today. Still trying to get them to fund a border wall before reopening the government partially shut down for nineteen days. Now, president took his sales pitch nationwide. Last night, fellow Americans I ever primetime address from the Oval Office, President Trump appealing directly to the American people for his border wall. But stopping short of declaring a national emergency to pay for it. The federal government remains shut down for one reason and one reason only because Democrats will not fund border security in his ten minute speech riddled with factual inaccuracies. The president argued there is a crisis at the southern border. Let's ABC's Cecilia Vega at the White House small some federal workers back the president's policies. Others are tired of the shutdown Casey Cummings whose husband is an active duty member of the US coastguard in his siege. Dozens of lives over his fifteen years of service watching the address from. Home in mobile, Alabama looking for hope for her family, but finding no comfort from Washington at this point. I feel like it exactly what the president has said that it could go on for days months, even a year. It's. It's heartbreaking her family hurting is the shutdown drags on. ABC's Mary Bruce on Capitol Hill. ABC news has learned deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein will leave his job in the coming weeks Rosenstein who wants oversaw the special counsels. Russia investigation is expected to leave is incoming attorney general William bar takes over his departure appearing to be a resignation not attorney nation. A second suspect charged in the killing of seven year old jasmine Barnes in Houston. Investigators say both suspects mistook the car. She was in with one belonging to a rival gang member thirty five thousand Los Angeles. Teachers could walk off the job. Tomorrow overpay class size. It'd be the first teacher strike there in thirty years. This is ABC news. Stay.

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01:53 min | 3 years ago

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"Komo AAA traffic every ten minutes on the fours. Zil watching serious collision out near eastbound highway two oh two to forty four th street. A collision blocks all lanes each direction state patrol is on the scene and in Seattle. Southbound I five just north of Albaro. There's a collision that is currently blocking the HOV lane. Your next report at one four I'm Jay Phillips on KOMO news, a nice respite between windstorms, but that's all it was it's getting gusty again in the foothills early this Tuesday morning, a wind advisory in place for the Puget Sound lowlands. Those are the communities like is black diamond Monroe in gold bar that are right up against the cascades down wind of those mountain valleys and passes. And when the wind funnels through them with the Cascadia winds blowing this morning, you'll feel it thirty to fifty miles per hour. In those foothill towns for the rest of us, increasing rain, maybe starting a some very short-lived wet snow in the KOMO weather center. I'm meteorologist, Shannon O'Donnell. Now, your KOMO consumer tip. Here's herb Weisbaum. You know that sunlight Canasia paint on your car. Well, it can also cloud the protective plastic coating on the headlights which can dramatically cut their effectiveness as they get older. May see a yellow film on them. They may become cloudy, and that's a real safety concerns. Triple as director of automotive engineering. Greg Brennan says the inside of the headlight is just fine. But as at plastic coating deteriorates the amount of light getting through is greatly reduced if you think about it like a shade pulled down over the late. It's blocking that way from getting out of the ones. Aaa head test on headlights from two popular sedans that were approximately eleven years old on the low beam. They only provided twenty two percent of the light created by new headlight operating at full capacity. That's triple AAA encourages everyone to check the headlights as part of your regular maintenance that becomes especially important. Brandon told me after the vehicle turns three years old. If those headlights are cloudy, they may need to be repaired or replaced more about this..

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01:38 min | 3 years ago

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"KOMO Seattle KOMO FM Oakville. Twenty minutes of nonstop news starts now. These are some of the stories we're working on this morning for the KOMO morning news. Welcome back to your routine now. Here comes the wrench. I'm Brian Calvert with the life after the viaduct video meant to help. Then no mandate to buy health insurance here, but some states are creating their own individual ObamaCare mandate. Some Carleen Johnson live. Here comes some more. Stormy weather. We'll talk traffic and your forecast in four minutes. I the latest from ABC news. Good morning at six o'clock. From ABC news. I'm Cheri Preston. The president inviting congressional leaders from both sides of the aisle to the White House this afternoon for what's being called a briefing on border security, the fight over money for the border wall at the center of the partial government shutdown now in today, twelve ABC's Karen Travers with more from the White House. President Trump setting a tone for today's meeting. With congressional leaders tweeting last night, quote shut down is not where Nancy Pelosi wanted to start her tenure as speaker. Let's make a deal but below sea signaling she's not in dealmaking mood yet. Democrats plan to move forward this week on legislation to reopen the government, but the bills do not have funding for the president's border wall. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says he wants to know more about the spying charge against an American arrested in Moscow, we are hopeful within the next hours. We will get consular access to see him get a chance to learn more. All wheeling was arrested last week Williams family says he was in Russia attending a friend's wedding. Investigators are trying to figure out what made six people all on the same plane from Cleveland to Tampa sick baby news senior. Transportation correspondent David curly. I'll the investigation is shifting.

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