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Seattle - Washington announces it has cleared unemployment backlog of thousands of claims

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00:55 sec | 12 hrs ago

Seattle - Washington announces it has cleared unemployment backlog of thousands of claims

Vehicle malfunction sparked Apple Fire in Southern California

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 14 hrs ago

Vehicle malfunction sparked Apple Fire in Southern California

"2000 firefighters are trying to extinguish the apple fire in Southern California. Baby sees Alex Stone says it's only 5% contained apples. Fire is still burning. But already Cal fire says it's investigators know how the fire started. They say it was a result of a vehicle malfunction, a diesel vehicle emitting burning carbon from the exhaust system, Cal fire, saying it's based on evidence and eyewitness accounts. Now investigators want to find that vehicle like stone.

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Teen missing for more than a week survived in woods on berries and creek water

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:05 min | 23 hrs ago

Teen missing for more than a week survived in woods on berries and creek water

"Photos just in from the feudal family. Shoji, a few in the hospital receiving treatment, 18 year old was found Saturday after nine days of searching off US highway to her car ran out of gas. She was found deep in the woods near Steven's Pass at the bottom of a steep ravine about Two miles miles into into the the Cascade Cascade Mountains, Mountains, camels camels Cara Cara Continent Continent with with Maur. Maur. She She was was lost lost in in steep, steep, wooded wooded terrain terrain where where she she wandered wandered around around for for miles miles for for eight eight days. days. She She only thought she was up there for three days. She didn't realize you get delirious. After long. Do you have any food in the water situation up there for more than a week the teenage Berries and drank water from a nearby creek. Rescuers founder Saturday near that creek in a wooded ravine about a mile away from where her car was found. JIA's prayers now answer like everyone knows. I mean, they all come out of one either way. For to go this way with Being out there for that long. Those elements is just it's America, and JIA had a chance to have that first hamburger, French fries and milkshake. Her family says they hope she'll be out of the hospital soon. Let's go.

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'We're not going anywhere', TikTok tells Donald Trump

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

'We're not going anywhere', TikTok tells Donald Trump

"Could be ticking for Tic tac, Vanessa Pappa's the US general manager for TIC Tac, releasing a video message over the weekend. We've heard your outpouring of support and we want to say thank you. We're not planning on going anyway. This follows statements from President Trump that his administration is planning to ban the popular social Media app over concerned. Is that its parent company could be turning over American users information to the Chinese government. Tic Tac has denied any wrongdoing. Last month, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo floated a similar idea. Tic Tac user, Morgan Croft said. Then you know, I have that initial reaction of, you know, kind of fear and frustration. You know, as a creator on DH, having started on tick talk, that is a lot of my current following but that she's confident other platforms will fill that space. If Tech talk, you know, eventually goes away. I have no doubt that Will be quickly followed up by something similar or better with tech trends. Chuck's Iverson ABC News

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2 hurt in drive-by shooting in Alki, Seattle

First Light

00:20 sec | 1 d ago

2 hurt in drive-by shooting in Alki, Seattle

"A drive by shooting in Seattle. It happened at around two Sunday morning at 55th and Al Qaeda Avenue Southwest in west Seattle. That's where officers found a parked truck that was struck by bullets. Two men were shot there, one of the chest, another in the arm. Both were taken to harbor view in serious condition. Officers CIA vehicle was seen speeding from that area Police and

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Coronavirus out of control in US

News, Traffic and Weather

03:31 min | 1 d ago

Coronavirus out of control in US

"The United States has become the global epicenter. After the initial shock and the lockdowns that followed. It seemed like we had it under control. Then around Memorial Day, people started going out again. Some states followed the phase reopening plans put forth by the White House Corona Virus Task force. And some did not. Now the world is watching us as the virus surges and spreads from region to region and school district struggle with how to reopen safely. ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos talked about the U. S response with a head of the Harvard Global Health Initiative. Dr Asheesh job They discussed how to turn things around and where the U. S stands now. Good morning. America is so clear that this virus simply is still out of control here in the United States were the richest country in the world. The best medical talent in the world. How do you explain why we're doing so poorly? What must we do to fix it? Indeed we are. We are the global hospital and we have mismanaged his virus in a way that I think much of the world simply can't believe on. The reason is that we just haven't taken us seriously. We have not followed scientific advice and guidance. When we opened up too early. We've opened up too much. We're still debating whether mass work or not, they actually do. There's no debate. So what do we need to do? Moving forward? We need to get mad people. There were maps. We need to fix our testing infrastructure. We have to close down bars and gyms and other things that cause outbreaks, and we just have to start taking the virus. Seriously. I think if we do all of those things, George Within the next couple of months. We can become one of the success stories as opposed to one of the global failures right now. Some optimism right there. Of course, over the next couple of months school is starting again. For so many millions of American Children. We're seeing big school district close stick with virtual All over the country. Everyone want schools to open safely. The question is how to do it. This is not a debate, right? We all want our kids back in school, and this should be priority number one for our country and we don't have a national plan. And we've left it. A state states are leaving at his local towns and officials. We can't have pandemics fought by individual cities, towns and superintendents. I really believe we can get kids back to school, but we need a national plan to suppress the virus. Improve the quality of the buildings of the schools, and we can do this. We can get kids back in. You know, we're seeing hot spots crop up here in the United States, but also coming back to places like China. New cases being reported in China, Australia. They have had great success. Now It's coming back there as well. Vietnam didn't have any cases now they're having is well, what are we seeing This now? Is this still a first way was at the beginning of a second wave. This is a global pandemic. That's going to be with us all the way until we have safe, effective vaccines that are widely available sometime. I'm hopeful and next year until then, countries will continue to battle a most high income countries have managed to suppress the virus. They get little flare ups and they're able to bring them under control. We're the only country with kind of a raging wildfire, and we really have to work on that. But even if we suppress it, we will still have little outbreak so we'll have to do and you're describing our current situation in the United States that were just in the fourth inning of this crisis. Yeah. You know, I was trying to explain to people kind of a timeline and I have thought of this. If everything goes incredibly well as sort of an 18 months pandemic that let's say began around January of this year. That's very optimistic. That puts us in about the sort of the beginning the top of the fourth inning. Just as a way of reminding people we have many more months ahead of us, and we do behind us. And if we don't get our act together, we're gonna have a lot more suffering and death, and none of that is necessary. We really can't prevent all of Dr John Thanksgiving every time and insight.

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Los Angeles - Apple Fire In Riverside County Intensifies To More Than 20,000 Acres

News, Traffic and Weather

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

Los Angeles - Apple Fire In Riverside County Intensifies To More Than 20,000 Acres

"Thousands were evacuated from California wildfires. ABC is Dorian Shaw, near one in Riverside County. Hundreds of firefighters battling a massive inferno from the air and the ground one that's been multiplying in size and 0% contained. The Apple Fire started a small brushfires days ago. It's now out of control, scorching nearly 15,000 acres in Cherry Valley east of Los Angeles and still growing the fire speed, forcing residents to evacuate nearly 8000 have fled their homes Fire under

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Seattle Mayor vetoes $86M COVID-19 relief bill, calls the plan 'irresponsible'

The Boss Show with Jim and Steve

00:15 sec | 1 d ago

Seattle Mayor vetoes $86M COVID-19 relief bill, calls the plan 'irresponsible'

"Mayor Jenny Durkan, taking out her veto pen to a City Council plan to spend most of the city's wonder $27 million Reserve fund. The mayor says 29 million needed to help fill a $300 million gap in this year's budget. But she says the council wants to spend the fund on new spending.

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Two Men Hurt In Drive-By Shooting In West Seattle

The Boss Show with Jim and Steve

00:21 sec | 1 d ago

Two Men Hurt In Drive-By Shooting In West Seattle

"Investigating a drive by shooting happened around to this morning at 55th and Al Qaeda Avenue southwest in west Seattle. Police found a parked truck. They were struck by bullets. Two men were shot one of the chest, another in the arm. 1/3 man, not hurt, both of the injured taken to harbor view in serious condition. Police say a vehicle was seen speeding from the area. But there's no description of the shooter or shooters just yet.

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Text to Pac-12 football players encourages possible opt-out

IRG Health Talk

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Text to Pac-12 football players encourages possible opt-out

"Message circulating among Pac 12 football players right now, encouraging them to opt out of practices and games until they could negotiate protections and benefits related to health and safety, economic rights and the fight against racial injustice. ESPN first reported the possible movement along players at multiple Pac 12 schools and the athletic published the text invitation. The text says The public announcement, along with a list of demands will be published tomorrow through the players, Tribune and Social Media platforms. It's 11

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Los Angeles - Apple Fire In Riverside County Intensifies To More Than 20,000 Acres

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00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Los Angeles - Apple Fire In Riverside County Intensifies To More Than 20,000 Acres

"In Southern California trying to get the upper hand on a massive wildfire that is threatening thousands of homes. Officials say the fire may have been intentionally set hundreds of firefighters battling a massive inferno from the air and the ground one that's been multiplying in size and 0% contained. contained. Apple Apple Fire Fire started started a a small small brushfires brushfires days days ago. ago. It's It's now now out out of of control, control, scorching scorching nearly nearly 15,000 15,000 acres acres in in Cherry Cherry Valley Valley east of Los Angeles, and still growing the fire speed, forcing residents to evacuate. Nearly 8000 have fled their homes that

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Washington teen found in woods east of Seattle 8 days after going missing

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00:54 sec | 2 d ago

Washington teen found in woods east of Seattle 8 days after going missing

"Days yesterday being the last day of the search in looking for this 18 year old teen who went missing here in Washington. Found alive yesterday on a steep creek in the wooded areas near index along highway to they did some more measurements to try to determine exactly where her phone was last. Got a signal because it's a dead area makes it really difficult for the tracking of cell phones that Sergeant Ryan Abbott with the King County Sheriff's Office GF Youto had run out of gas and we're looking for gas when she disappeared. Bloodhounds couldn't even keep up with her trail. Hundreds of volunteers comb too thick brush for nine days there. Along the highway to near index on the way to Steven's past. Finally, they found some clothing and then JIA alive. This would be a developing story last we heard she has been reunited with her family. She's taking some rest. And, of course, investigators along with search and rescue, want to hear more of her or deal. You're

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Trump nomination to be held in private, convention spokesperson says

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00:25 sec | 2 d ago

Trump nomination to be held in private, convention spokesperson says

"President Donald Trump expected to formally received a nomination for president at the Republican National Convention, but things are going to be very different this year. That's because the RNC in Charlotte, North Carolina, will be closed to the press. Convention spokesperson saying is because of covert 19 safety precautions like social distancing and limited capacity. But CNN's reporting parts of the convention maybe Livestreamed And

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Washington teen found in woods east of Seattle 8 days after going missing

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00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Washington teen found in woods east of Seattle 8 days after going missing

"Year old in Washington state went missing. She was found alive in the Cascade Mountains east of Seattle. JIA Fuda had run out of gas or cell phone was in a dead zone and after volunteer search for nine days, King County Sheriff's Sergeant Ryan Abbott says they located some clothing. And shoes and a little bit further up the same creek. We're talking about two miles up a very steep ravine Embankment and she was towards the top of this. Authorities said she's now stable taken to a local hospital. Her parents are with her. The intelligence

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Cardinals confirm positive tests for players, staff

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00:19 sec | 2 d ago

Cardinals confirm positive tests for players, staff

"Of positive test for Covic, 17 baseball games now postponed in just 10 days. A bee sees Joey Waller that whole cardinals at Milwaukee. Syria's this weekend now called off this after six Cardinal's personnel, including three players, reportedly test positive for covert 19 of the past two days is his ABC

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Public Health Expert Calls To Repair Distrust In A COVID-19 Vaccine - NPR

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00:50 sec | 2 d ago

Public Health Expert Calls To Repair Distrust In A COVID-19 Vaccine - NPR

"Infectious disease specialist Dr Simone Weil's from South Shore Health in Massachusetts, says the vaccine developed by Moderna Therapeutics has shown enough promise that it's now being administered to 30,000 people in double blind clinical trials. Studies that they didn't phase one and phase two. Show that the vaccine is able to generate any buddies, and they also looked at the study in primates, which are monkeys, and it showed that the monkeys that were given the vaccine did respond, she says. Many times when monkeys respond well to a vaccine. It means humans will as well as for the timeline by December. We're hoping to have some information, which will help to guide us as to how effective how safe is the vaccine going to be and whether we need to move forward with it, even though the research and testing or being conducted at an Accelerated pace. Dr. Wilde says she's confident safety is not being

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Apple is now the world's most valuable company, dethroning oil giant Saudi Aramco

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00:11 sec | 2 d ago

Apple is now the world's most valuable company, dethroning oil giant Saudi Aramco

"And Apple not only announced the four for one stock split. It also surpassed state oil giant Saudi Aramco to become the world's most valuable traded company. Market valuation of $1.84

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Florida sees COVID-19 deaths rise as it prepares for hurricane

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:20 sec | 2 d ago

Florida sees COVID-19 deaths rise as it prepares for hurricane

"Florida is now seeing record deaths for the fourth straight day, and amid this backdrop, hurricane he say, s approaching after battering the

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15:13 min | 2 years ago

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

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"Why spinnin many many years foster star i was going to go to usc entire winning ten a running back from stronger and say committed now the stanford he changed his mind it in the last week or so i think it's a good group glad it goes across the board six from the stay to washington he's really didn't have to look too far to get a great defensive pass rusher allegheny from edelman's went way high school we also got a terrific running back you played defensive back to for wanted a high school in kirkland sidelined on that he's not going to turn a lot against nationally but let's get coaches no this could be a great running back a lot like mild gas can you know i joke every year then every college football coach today is saying how much they love their class they got every need matt the reality is we'll let everybody known a few years just out turned out for everybody including the huskies because some of those mark key the health five star blue chipper is sometimes they don't pan out and it's the other kids the do i remember a kid by the name steve them and nobody knew who the heck he was coming out of junior couple decade three decades ago and look what he turned out to be well it but he was loud by miklasz stick that same year and you're right that that kid have been turned out to be pretty good probably the best defensive lineman in college football ever you know i like it did class and it's a good day when you get a quarterback from northern california named jake was again from i california we all know how good jake brown and has been well jay came your might be that good in three or four years will victory will be out until then and also it's a good day for washington anytime any time you can still the son of in oregon doc and that's what here we've been light your mold in his dad alex it was a great player for the university worried right climb bill come was no sort stephen is up to date on the dogs on this national letter of intent day thanks bill let's.

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

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"His supreme court nominate confirm democrats are setting the stage for contentious battle over judge neal gore such a federal appeals court judge from denver headed to capitol hill today fall in his nomination to the highest fourth in the country president of now one of the for a little look for you well republicans cheered from pick the democrats warned about moving battle president trump now saying he supports and it majority leader mitch mcconnell changing the roles to force his nomination drew the so called nuclear option it's in a minority leader chuck schumer expressed a very serious doubts about core six nomination saying in a statement democrats will not simply allow but require an exhaustive robust and comprehensive debate protesters flocked to supreme court sacks as we don't have a plan to clinch nominee of course it's couldn't appearing and helping decide cases on transgender right please use of force right to religious schools in into right to the disabled children dwight miffed nominee there's too much and pat rested the right to you lock the right for woman's access to her body pledged if i'm confirmed i will do oh my powers permit to be a faithful server the constitution malls of this great country unless republicans push they're a big change in center rules forces really the support of eight democrats to get confirmed and acme tampa's democrats were upset republicans blocked president obama's nominee for ever getting.

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01:58 min | 3 years ago

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"Core when hate como news past summer was a much calmer fire season to twenty fourteen and fifteen sog devastating wild fires across much of central and eastern washington now comes legislation to allow the agency which oversees state for slams to return to the practice of regularly thinning a or burning out i'm healthy forest areas prone to fire republican senator brad hawkins should have the department of natural resources develop est wide assessment of to fire prone lands in the state a washington that need force health treatment and that includes prescribe fire and mechanical fanning twenty four teams other devastating carlton complex fire in the mets how badly that were in three hundred homes in killed one person to twenty fifteen wildfire see he's in the law or just in washington state history with more than one million acres burned still to come bowling passers a machine this june in as the i am prized organize the north charleston seven eighty seven plant with news from the front to this war of words he calls i'm era kind to never woman his charge with fifty four felonies involving i d theft enough they first on como triple a traffic cover two minutes of course here's character working him in a lake what's happened i've five that torn like we had earlier car fire in everything's been cleared over to the right now we're still kind of in recovery mode so that's where finding this often on slowing making away snap a nine five from state route five twelve and then northbound i five is busy often on from the north and and jay be allowed but outside of that we have no other issues most of our drives you're looking pretty much wide open just seeing some minor slowing snap and i five around fix it that that eastbound five twenty punching up a little right is the at the top of five five in next supports the twelve fourteen and carry jordan accomodates but a gorgeous day we him starting on the first day of february forecast so will change on the away some points got the latest gets a wednesday afternoon and with the cubs mostly sunny skies beautiful out there chilly i know but very very nice we're going for overnight those of the twenties yet again so called start for thursday morning mix of sun a clouds tomorrow afternoon.

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KOMO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

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"We're looking of those listeners guys to continue for the rest of the afternoon you brings looking good to start tomorrow morning in the possibility of some scattered early morning snow that's out there on friday but decline a we're going with all rain to the weekend i'm seth when the come a weather center featured washington right now spoke to sunny skies and twenty eight currently the most is like sonny in twenty seven other coast hope we have partly sunny and thirty nine a sport mostly sunny right now and thirty eight at eleven thirty six as we continue a twenty minutes of the stop news get it that's got a sheriff's deputies involved in a high speed chase on a high ninety it all in a stolen car early this morning deputy say once they finally got the twenty thirteen honda stripped stopped with a spike strip and a pick maneuver it on a three year old child in the back seat in the stolen car in a car seat speed richie more than a hundred miles an hour during that chiefs a thirty eight year old woman was that the we'll alongside a nineteen year old male passenger the three year old was a driver son and was on hurt he's now the custody of child protective services that car was stolen from seattle a local pastor from tacoma arrested well protesting in washington dc goes there are tied says the river gregory christopher was protecting the proposed repeal of the affordable care act written christopher tells the tacoma news tribune he was arrested by the us capital police were trespassing an disturbing the peace tuesday outside the office of senator or an hatch of you chop hatched years the senate finance committee which would oversee changes to the last they were unable to talk to catch directly but quest vs they were able to talk to other republican senators he which the capital with about two hundred and fifty other people christopher said he participated in the protest because about half his constituents at the shilo baptist church.

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01:44 min | 3 years ago

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"Communities promising and documented immigrants their legal status will not be checked and that law enforcement will not be compelled to cooperate with federal immigration enforcement law as a libya did the same thing and december with the sanctuary city proclamation holding the basic principles now of our community members to their the inherent dignity and equal right that are the backdrop of freedom chuckles and that she's executive officer for the association of washington cities tells the tacoma news tribune is a lot of confusion about the order i'm on washington's two hundred eighty one cities and towns with no clear definition of a sanctuary jurisdiction and legal challenge is already underway bowl thirsting county and the piers carry shares department do notify immigration in and customs when they release someone from jail if the immigration agency has requested that information curling johnson come on is protestors are plenty to rally this morning at seattle city hall just before the council finance committee meeting gets underway of explanation from call mostly stole they're taking up a proposal to divest for wells fargo bank this city has a multibillion dollar relationship with the bank in a contract that expires in twenty eighteen the reason for the though days wells fargo is putting up million has to fund the controversial dakota access pipeline the standing rocks to tried worries going to get to hammon age their drinking water they had been protesting for months former president obama blocked it but the trump administrations signed and executive order to move it forward and the keystone xcel project as well just last week not just yesterday the army core badge near said they do have a directive to allow that works to continue and it's going to move forward so members to call this move socially responsible banking.

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

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"From the west seattle bridge all the way back to up tying st no we do have some lanes close to through that area that's why it's having bit of an affects up on a five three lanes are close for construction between i ninety on the west seattle bridge until five fifteen so this some may be around for a little while you're next report coming up at eleven fifty four i'm jay phillips on como news to go forecast for tonight or christopher prior chanters shoulder she mostly clear skies eventually with the first freese and while it slows drop into the upper twenties toners thirty both wednesday and thursday plan to be sunday but of it cool in light north early bridges we're hearing with highs in the low forties of them this year storm over going the oregon later thursday eventually string larger toward our way this is where we could see a period of snow before the day warms and the forties we go back to rain showers some time on friday touch latest a couple weather center i mentioned birdied was killed okay eighty she goals of the poured into como wildlife biologist still trying to figure out the case or now waiting on lab results would've been over a week a massive die office affecting only a particular species of single family boller of washington department official wildlife spoke with the news tribune on and we have seen mainland graca swing calls and graca said high brad and some find out so we event reported and what we've seen the species around the one or including close induction other see goals that we around the puerto showing no signs of the illness and that could mean that this a specific goals per inning something that's cause an illness initial screening by wildlife rehabilitate are showing.

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

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"Lives up one and the beatles paul mccartney and brings evil can able stayed there emerson like i'm palmer and it was the only hotel that for so many years you could actually finish from your wendell tony was talking to host seven forty start last also tonight your to como sports desk phil jump from the pass media day for the super bowl has been on tuesday that would have been today but a change media day was actually last evening and one of the most quotable players on hand martellus bennett tied and for the new england patriots brother of one michael bennett of the seahawks course martellus thrilled to be in his first super bowl the only downside he won't be able to see the halftime show because _a_c points out he's here's a fan of lady gaga high like a lady gallego the like the fresno and i love that is where the new jersey they're working on me anyone with an appears to go out there were it's the falcons in patriots come sunday in houston superbowl fifty want you don't men's basketball tomorrow night playing i was to usc pregame coverage right here on your home of the huskies como news in seven thirty with bob rondo jason hammel ten game time is set for eight o'clock mariners of signed a lefty pitcher former husky make headed down to a minor league contract with an invite to spring training doesn't pitched in the majors since two thousand and fifteen you had some back an elbow issues landed him on the disabled less we'll see how he there is down in peoria and chicago's soldier field will host issues major league soccer all star game that match on august second will feature and ls all stars against in their national team.

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02:22 min | 3 years ago

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"Is the general rule forty three degrees right now in downtown seattle and you are in the middle twenty minutes of nonstop news and information here on the come all afternoon news president trump ready to announce his choice to fill the vacancy on the supreme court he will do that during a televised address tonight from the white house five o'clock pacific time the finalists are believed to be federal appeals court judges appointed by former president george w bush the of course each and thomas harding men with more on that we say hello to matt new spot he is a white house reporter for political good enough to join us on the como news sign and now let's begin with a breakdown of both of these in nominees let me star with this are we sure it's only to work at a possibly be three are even more in terms of finalists it's aaron looks like it's these final two though in typical come fast then with his i drama it appears on their way to be the for tonight announcement that we don't gotta which are going to be speaking of i can not recall a supreme court nominee be a from a republican president or democratic president announced in prime time in a reality tv type of three deal but again you donald trump certainly has some background with that absolutely we're looking at the primetime announcement with i drama and i don't think that the prided anybody who's been following this president now let's talking greater detail about these two finalist beginning with no garcia try to we know about him so where since comes from the relatively traditional back out for supreme court up the it kept degrees from colombia bourbon oxford but he for but for two to pretty quick up the third and worked that the department of but he mucha tailor made resume to land the job on the court it only forty nine which esto just go in there you know well what an appointment that have a lot of appeal and he's very very competitive you would expect pete you were hurt among it thing thank conservative legal scholar but he also there is done by part of an appeal no it might then who is obama's that they could has paid imbued with the team are pretty well school class obama when i shouldn't so he is resume that could appeal.

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

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"Have forty three degree bailey beginner limping overstate representatives are considering changes to the lot when it comes to police using deadly force coast charlie harder tells us about today's testimony the legislature e is considering a couple different bills here or a loss says officers are shielded from prosecution unless a act with malas without good faith one proposal would remove those malas and good faith clauses from the lot making it possible to prosecute officers in some cases lawmakers heard from family members of people shot and killed by police who want the change and police union switch do not they had red properly trying to maybe he was they would've handled it differently maybe they would have the same it because they human being and not killed them of course was there drove triggers association oppose anyone just wish and i would take away existing save cards in the last the protection on portion of sures the bills are still being hurting committee charlie harder como needless santa police officers assisted port of seattle police during saturday's protested see tack airport but s p de was not involved in any use of force incidents that's what seattle police chief cathy no tool is saying is port police face an investigation are officers were not involved in any or around sour officers didn't utilize peppers for a while they were there schwartz says it will review it's officers he said peppers spray that push protesters out of the airport early sunday morning show police and several other agencies assisted deport saturday under a mutual a agreement at least one member of the king county counsell feels it's time to.

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

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"With then this next year that may not be an issue any obviously that all has to be tough doubt through congress in the actually the president still have to see but certainly out there are some other very concern about the fact that button comfortable on the other tighten con marcus it's something we actually no at this point in other words you know the affordable care act does get pulled somehow or change somehow do could change happened mid year or do they have to wait to the new calendar year i'm confused on that and you know it's a great question i think there is a lot of confusion at this point because i think it would also depend on what they were place that we're too especially what they can do is they can they have a republican devotee different options one thing that they can do is called reconciliation which is where they might not have enough both actually repeal the loss of with the going to do is go through there's a reconciliation as an option to essentially de fund the main apart there were talking about be the the attacks credits are the marketplace and the penalties but i had a healthcare these kind of things are options that they could do and and that he would seemingly what trump did on day one when he sided executive action that basically he told helm and human services you know in horse and loosely is possible essentially so that may mean that they're night the good and forced the mandate and so there are some option born if cox about when you're talking wrong with changes might come eight year currently all we understand is obviously the a moment they would be for twenty seventeen how that would look going forward coverage if you if you tied up by today you're covered would begin march first and so going forward that should cover you to the year but what's going to happen at the rebuke they'd be pundits what's going to happen if they completely repeal it that's anyone's guess specially because there's just no clarity on what they're going to replace it with present trout has some ideas mostly focusing on a just days you have other ideas from paul ryan and compromised and so there's really just not the consensus yet and that's very concerted one for.

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02:22 min | 3 years ago

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"Seven minutes after the hour president donald trump has fired acting attorney general sally yates after she announced she would not defend his immigration orders the white house says yates as their trade the department of justice by refusing to enforce illegal order designed to protect us citizens up constantini has more on a chorus of dissenting voices over the issue and you know democrats important to join forces in front of the supreme court to singer plastic will and you know the presence move to temporarily ben travellers from seven nations as a hedge against alone terrorists in senator bernie sanders thinks what's wrong had on his give him unit for the hot of global the world we do not hate them going through great jim aggressive went back across the street where in the senate they blasted mr comes move but efforts to overturn it legislative leake were thwarted the travel band or delayed entry depending on your point of view as prompted state department career employees to circulate what amounts to a statement of disagreement a tradition within the department regarding controversial policies i think if they she they get with the program are they can go out this this is this is about the safety of america presidential spokesman jones wiser candidate donald trump floated the idea of a muslim band but the reaction made him back off instead on the trail mr trump called for extreme extreme extreme betting he's doing exactly what he told the american people he would do and wall saying two weeks ago he would later low unless he saw fundamental values under attack former president barack obama spokesman is out with the statement saying mister obama is heartened by the airport protests and fundamentally disagrees with the and of this women eighty against individuals because of their faith standing with refugee families in new york seventh minority leader truck schumer grew emotional sunday this executive order isn't was mean spirited an american preston trump's not buying year there's the told reporters at the white house i know thursday yesterday a few years i would ask of moves is asking because i know well i don't see him as a prior humor and democrats are going to get republicans to help overturn mr trump.

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

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"Ration band the president fired selling eight hours after she refused to defend his executive order i'm publicly question whether it was even legal abc news political director ray klein message for the white house is that it's kind of this it will not be tolerated and the get removal of the acting attorney general gates was a holdover from the obama administration she was replaced with the longtime federal prosecutor dana ben today to canada where authorities of charge twenty seven year old alexandria best inept with the murders of six people following sunday night's shooting at a quebec city mosque a former classmate describing the suspect as at the immigrant president trump tweeting that he will announces pick to replace the late just this and then scully on the supreme court at eight tonight and is sources telling abc news their troubles narrow down on his nominee to to court of appeals judges judging neal course such an judge thomas hard him and dave packer abc news stay connected at stay informed this is twenty four seventies on promo news on michael price in washington's attorney general officially found lawsuit against president front they could have offense nationwide it claims the keeper visions of the president immigration executive order are unconstitutional comeau's by margaret reports that a federal judge could rule on an injunction as early as today it's a bold stafford if a federal judge grants an injunction filed with the lawsuit it could put an immediate hall to the presidents travel restrictions nationwide the clear intent but this executive order these two discriminate against one save amongst all guards children with the governors blessing washington will be the first state just or the president over is executive order of extreme betting of people traveling from seven countries with known terrorism but unlike other court orders over the weekend washington's lawsuit is far reaching so if we are successful that would mean its unconstitutional and cannot the applied anywhere anyone so that's the key difference mother's believe the lawsuit is strictly.

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02:16 min | 3 years ago

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"Mr president how are you feeling the great katie she's joe than carle reported this is gone on his radio president trump's message in his inaugural addressed on friday was loud and clear america's first abc's dan her russian paula for spoke with abc political commentator cookie robertson abc news political contributor kristen salters anderson to get your take on what they heard in his message est any other moments of our region during the president speech but it was largely tough i'm compromising a lot of populous hundred towns getting she shouldn't done morning unified i think it's going to take more than worth unifying i think it's going to take action his speech sounded in many ways like slightly more professional eyes version of cam pain rally speech you very popular stint hone focused on going after those elite in washington and i think he's going to have to make sure that when he in the future says he wants to be a president for all americans but his actions that those who when i hear donald trump say all americans they don't really think they cal in his definition of all they're going to need to see action from him to feel like they're really a part of that got the what about the democrats their lockout of power largely in in washington right now in what it is there any way that they can find to work constructive lee with this new president well i don't think they want to work constructive limit the president and then the symbolism boycott by many democratic members of congress i really underlines that the republicans through the amen ministry shin actions like a traditional party an opposition and i think the democrats are likely to like the same way but president trump the problem with that of course is that names nothing against him and that have frustration about washington in the washington leads but i'm glad remains in that then becomes trump's problem and jv she's damn hero supposed cherish along with cookie roberts and kristen salters anderson this is como news twenty instead to pass the our home come only tennis on is expected to release the result of its investigation into faulty galaxy notes seven phones monday that report is expected.

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01:49 min | 3 years ago

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"Iron easier i'm sure barack obama was think in hey pal you know you're describing very bleak view in this country but i would fifty seven percent in the polls in years forty percent the polls thunder the film do americans really agree with your picture of how belief and and terrible things are and he thoughts on secretary clinton her dead yeah yeah you know look she's been on the other side of this let's remember thank you know nineteen ninety two he was walking down the spent the venue avenue hand in hand with a new president and thursday's on going on both sides of the tight i don't think bittersweet even begin to describe how pain both today is for hillary clinton but i was thinking about this you know one of the hardest thing to do an american politics used to hold the white house for a third term that happen very very spelled an american politics no matter how in so many ways for i'll trump overturned historical precedent but in this case history worked in his favor and when you think about it hillary clinton was actually trying to win in a certain fans in the third term he was trying to win bill clinton's third term and barack obama third term and it artist heck to win even want let them twice and them so india and the single most important reason why donald trump was elected good actually history played out the way in as many times before he up ended history in many ways but in this case history actually played to his advantage and now on to the job of governing steve roberts abc news political analysts going up to join us on the como news i see thanks so much and i know we'll talk between now and then go we look forward to talking about your fifty four years of covering have never in the.

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

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"Unsteady reigns likely in the afternoon gonna be what sunday and the beginning of next week i'm seth went in the couple rather center and right now in downtown seattle it's cloudy we have forty four degrees as we continue with twenty minutes of nonstop news come on news time is three thirty five president bill clinton hillary clinton out the congressional luncheon following donald trump swearing in mr trump acknowledging that is very honored very very honored when i heard that president bill clinton and secretary hillary clinton was coming today and i think kind of like to be stamper had like woodson a different more uniting intoned and what the new president expressed during his an idea ration addressed the let's turn to an expert on that abc news political analyst steve robertson join just these being covering i'm not durations for fifty years steve what did you make of the entire seem today both the tradition of it all and the new president some night you're ration address but to point out that moment that the lunch he was very gracious to his defeated opponent and but they he wasn't all that gracious than his speech and attractive he talked about the small group of people who would run washington and have terrible a had been and and and and running the city running the country many of these people learn he was attacking i'm i'm hoping winston right there and he was gracious on a personal level to barack obama but on a positive level he described a very bleak vision of the country that he's inheriting all about the rust think factories and the city's ridden live crime him yeah it was a very pleased pick here so we thing to donald trump's today he on a personal level he can be a a very gracious person but that speech was very unusual for it almost better in that and you know i was it made me think of ronald reagan ronald reagan ran against washington the puzzle palace stomach potomac live ronald reagan.

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02:11 min | 3 years ago

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"Of one shift of support and good counsell from a shown me over the years bush forty one wasn't going to attend donald trump's inaugurated should last week he sent a letter to present in a lot apologizing my doctor says a bison outside in january and likely will put me six being under same from barbora so i guess for stuck in texas trump responded tweeting looking forward to a speedy recovery for georgian barbara bush both hospitalized thank you for your wonderful ladder former president bill oakland also tweeting forty one and barbora thinking about you boesch and sitting wishes for a speedy recovery love forty two they are those five a couple of us as we know i am so we want to send as an alert to them i'm very maloney reporting it's ten after president elect trump's pick to have the health and human services department is as terry more explains trying to ease concerns about unraveling obama care georgia republican congressman tom price is a long time harsh critic of obamacare if confirmed it's helped secretary he would be in charge of implementing the repeal and the replacement of the healthcare law we all share a concern for the american people and how wave best make certain that they i have access to the highest quality care that the world knows democrats noted that no legitimate replacement for obama care has been put forth by republican minnesota democrat al frank and this is going on ram will something that has given a lot of americans piece of mine i am very frightened about what you're going to do and so our millions of americans meantime price defended pass to stock trades which have been question by democrats everything that we have done it's been above board transparent ethical an illegal tom prices a surgeon by trade and faces another hearing next week he is expected to eventually be confirmed by the republican lead senate i'm terry more on capitol hill here's twelve after up next potential future head of the atp a confronted on the the issue of climate change when america in the morning returns after.

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