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02:54 min | 2 years ago

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"The nation preparing to usher in a new president and perhaps a new era of unity. At least that's what Joe Biden is hoping for. Anyway. NBC's Mary Bruce has more on the address. He is expected to deliver tomorrow Be the most consequential speech of Biden's life, You'll be speaking to millions of Americans who are hurting hearted, financially and grieving and too many or just plain angry. Including many of President Trump's supporters, He'll be reaching out directly to them to is by the outlines his vision and his plan to try and unite and heal this country. Washington, DC Still locked down following the capital siege by Donald Trump supporters. Frankly, it's a bit of a ghost town. No one is really coming into the city because they know what a nightmare it is. Once they get in there. I've seen Humvees in the city before we had the Humvees during black lives matter. Protests But nothing like this. ABC is Martha Raddatz in Washington on his final full day in office. ABC chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl says President Trump has his pardon pen at the ready for he goes. Trump is expected to announce about 100 pardons. But sources tell NBC News the president is not expected to pardon himself or any members of his family or any close associates on those who are expected to get pardons. Rapper Lil Wayne and disgraced New York politician Sheldon Silver Also on the president's last day, a new poll on how Americans feel about the pandemic. Latest ABC News Washington Post poll says nearly nine in 10 Americans 88% say the U. S pandemic is not under control. Two thirds say they intend to get the vaccination Once again. There is a deep divide between parties. 70% of Democrats say the U. S. Hasn't controlled Koven infections on Lee 28% of Republicans to see Sandy Field, according to Johns Hopkins University. The U. S on the verge of losing more than 400. 1000 people to the virus far more than any other country around the world. You're listening to ABC news. I'm rich clients in the coma 24 hour news room up to 45,000 Corona virus vaccines were given each day in our state. The governor wants to speed that up. We will have a requirement that 95% of future vaccine allocations are required to be administered in the first week after receipt and that data must be submitted to the state within 24 hours. We have a link to the states. Face finder it cos dot com slash hot links. No. No coronavirus numbers were released by the state. Do the MLK Jr Day weekend? Expect those numbers tomorrow? State troopers and the Washington National Guard her on patrol at the Capitol campus in Olympia. WSB Trooper Kurt Boyle says they're working not only to protect government resources and property, but also to protect everyone's right to free speech. A sacred is those rights are They're not boundless. The boundary of those rights is illegality. The boundary of those rice is doing things that could harm others. Let's shut traffic.

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04:22 min | 2 years ago

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"Is KOMO. Seattle. KOMO FM Oakville. From ABC News. I'm Sherry Freston. President elect Joe Biden is one step closer to having his Cabinet in place when he takes office tomorrow. Baby sees Andy feels Senate squeezing in hearings for four major Cabinet officers today secretaries of Homeland Security, Treasury defense state and the director of national intelligence, all less than 24 hours until Joe Biden is sworn in. That means the new president will likely have no confirmed Cabinet secretaries when he takes office. Typically, the Senate holds here. Rings and quickly confirms appointments. The Republican controlled Senate delayed that that changes Wednesday when Democrats take control of the Senate. Final preparations are under way across Washington for tomorrow's inaugural ceremony. Maybe sees can mountain is there's morning. The acting defense secretary says. There's no intelligence indicating any insider threat to the inauguration, even though every National Guard member is undergoing a background check and breaking overnight, The Washington Post reports. The FBI has privately warned law enforcement Followers of the cure, not conspiracy theory have discussed posing as National Guard members to disrupt the inauguration before he takes the oath of office. The president elect will hold a memorial that are now locked down D. C tonight. On the eve of here, swearing in President elect Biden will honor those who have died from Cove. It 19. There will be a lighting around the reflecting pool of the Lincoln Memorial and memory of those who have been lost in the past nearly a year to the virus. Cities around the country, many that are struggling right now we'll take part lighting candles, ringing church bells and lighting buildings at the same time. Alex Stone ABC NEWS Washington, the White House, announcing plans to open travel from the UK, the EU and Brazil. However, Joe Biden's incoming press secretary, is already tweeted. With the pandemic worsening and more contagious variants emerging around the world. This is Not the time to be lifting restrictions on international travel officials in California, recommending that hospitals throw out one batch of the modern a vaccine after several people reported severe allergic reactions. This is a B C In the Come on 24 7 news room I'm rich Lyons police into come, are trying to find out what happened last night when gunshots rang out at a gas station on South 15th Street and South Sprague Avenue. One man is dead, another transferred to the hospital with life threatening injuries. Washington State Patrol says it's not aware of any credible threats against our state, but they're not taking any chances. Nbsp Trooper Kurt Boyle says they're not only working to protect government resource is but also protect everyone's right to free speech. All these folks are here to serve the public. They're here to maintain peace and order, and they're here to guarantee this constitutionally protected right. State Patrol says Any drawdown in security will happen after inauguration day, and it'll happen slowly. 6000 Amazon workers will decide next month if they want to form a union to stand up to the retail giant warehouse workers are set to receive balance on February 8th to vote by mail. Amazon opposes three union effort Now traffic from the Coma Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. South bound I five off ramp to the joint base. Lewis McChord main gate is closed for road work until 4:30 A.m. Highway one on one at Mile post 3 31 neighborhood sport. North City limits is reduced to one lane, serving both directions due to a landslide until further notice. Highway 109 remains closed in both directions at Mile Post three near Grays Harbor Boulevard until further notice. Due to a large landslide. I'm J. Phillips, Cuomo 24 7 traffic. The coma forecast. Why there Everybody heading into our Tuesday back to work and back to school and back to, for better or for worse and pretty good looking weather today, probably coaxing you outdoors more than you'd like. We'll see the partly sunny conditions taking us back mainly into the forties around the sand. When all is said and done a few low fifties closer to the foothills where the breezy Cascadia wins will A little bit warmer for its one North bend by Wednesday and Thursday, increasing clouds and a slim chance for a little bit of rain around here. It doesn't look like a big storm, The Coma Weather Center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. The NFL will not allow in person workouts for the scouting combine due to safety precautions because of code 19 the league in form teams Monday that any workouts will take place in the individual pro days on college campuses. Kevin Durant made to go ahead three pointer with 36 seconds left. Brooklyn Nets.

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03:25 min | 2 years ago

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"ABC News. I'm Richard can sue. It's the outgoing presidents last full day in office. Joe Biden becomes president on Wednesday. 25,000 National Guard troops are boosting law enforcement concerns over an insider attack, though persists this morning. The acting defense secretary says there's no intelligence indicating any insider threat to the inauguration. Even though every National Guard member is undergoing a background check and breaking overnight, The Washington Post reports. The FBI has privately warned law enforcement that followers of the cure, not conspiracy theory have discussed posing as National Guard members to disrupt the inauguration. ABC is Kenneth Mountain when he becomes the president. On Wednesday, Biden will sign about a dozen executive orders reversing some of his predecessors work evil, immediately rejoined. The Paris climate accord reportedly canceled the Keystone pipeline and will reverse the so called mother. Them travel ban and take the first step in his fight against Cove it mandating masks on federal lands and extending the paws of student loan payments. But Biden's big ticket items like that massive $1.9 trillion stimulus plan will require congressional approval. A. B C's Mary Bruce Treasury secretary nominee, Janet Yellen, calling on Congress to do more to fight the pandemic induced recession. During her confirmation hearing today, she'll say, without further action, the U. S risks a longer and deeper recession. Country superstar Garth Brooks a late add to the Biden inauguration entertainment lineup, he says it's not political, just a statement of unity. It's near universal complaint by those involved in fighting the pandemic, not enough vaccine on hand in Washington state Governor Jay Inslee establishing a public private partnership. The state has developed to accelerate covert 19 vaccinations. We're calling this. The Washington State Command in Coordination center, New York's governor floated the idea of the state buying vaccine direct from Pfizer, which said, that's up to the feds. You're listening to ABC News. In the Come on 24 7 news room. I'm rich Lyons police and to come, are trying to find out what happened last night when gunshots rang out at a gas station on South 15th Street and South Sprague Avenue. One man is dead, another transferred to the hospital with life threatening injuries. Washington State Patrol says it's not aware of any credible threats against our state, but they're not taking any chances. Nbsp Trooper Kurt Boyle says they're not only working to protect government resource is but also protect everyone's right to free speech. All these folks are here to serve the public. They're here to maintain peace and order, and they're here to guarantee this constitutionally protected rights. State Patrol says Any drawdown in security will happen after inauguration day, and it'll happen slowly. 6000 Amazon workers will decide next month if they want to form a union to stand up to the retail giant warehouse workers are set to receive balance on February 8 to vote by mail. Amazon opposes three union effort Now traffic from the camo Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. South bound I five off ramp to the joint base. Lewis McChord main gate is closed for road work until 4:30 A.m. Highway one on one at Mile post. 3 31 there who'd support North City limits is reduced to one lane, serving both directions due to a landslide until further notice. Highway 109 remains closed in both directions at Mile Post three near Grays Harbor Boulevard until further notice. Due to a large landslide. I'm J. Phillips, Cuomo.

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03:41 min | 2 years ago

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"You must become a member of Penn Fed, insured by and see way. KOMO Seattle KOMO FM. Oakville, The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour news station. It's 12. Midnight from ABC News. I'm Richard can to continuing arrests in the wake of the Capitol Insurrection. Riley June Williams arrested in Pennsylvania suspected of stealing a laptop computer or hard drive from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office intent on selling it to the Russians. Guy ref. It busted in Texas sky ref. It associates himself with the militia extremist group Texas Freedom Force and appears to have been pepper sprayed on Capitol grounds. When he returned home to Texas Court records said Refa told his family members he had gone to Washington and storm the capital. He also allegedly threatened the lives of his son and daughter. If they said anything telling them if you turn me in, you're a traitor. And you know what happens to traitors. Traitors get shot! Ref. It was arrested by the FBI on charges of unlawful entry and obstruction. Aaron Kit Risky ABC NEWS Washington among day one issues Wednesday after Joe Biden is inaugurated as president. Immigration reform legislation, including an eight year path to citizenship, and there's more Joe Biden will be launching a blitz of executive actions intended to set the tone for the his new administration. Much of this will be aimed at undoing Some of President Trump's most controversial moves but also jump starting Biden's agenda. So starting on day one, you're going to see among other things by and taking steps to undo the so called Muslim ban, rejoined the Paris climate accord and make mass mandatory on all federal lands. A. B C's Mary Bruce Biden reportedly will cancel the Keystone XL pipeline project. Top Canadian officials, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, want a chance to make the case for it. Four gunshot victims. Four crime scenes in the Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania area. Police chief Christopher Wagner says it started with one report of a shooting as officers began to respond to that location. In short succession in in a very rapid amount of time we started received other calls regarding additional shootings in the township. No one is in custody, residents told to shelter in place. You're listening to ABC News. Come on. 24 7 news room I'm rich Lyons police into come, are trying to find out what happened last night when gunshots rang out at a gas station on South 15th Street and South Sprague Avenue. One man is dead, another transferred to the hospital with life threatening injuries. The Washington State Patrol says it's not aware of any credible threats against our state, but they're not taking any chances. Nbsp Trooper Kurt Boyle says they're not only working to protect government resource is but also protect everyone's right to free speech. All these folks are here to serve the public. They're here to to maintain peace and order, and they're here to guarantee this constitutionally protected right. State Patrol says Any drawdown in security will happen after inauguration day, and it'll happen slowly. 6000 Amazon workers will decide next month if they want to form a union to stand up to the retail giant warehouse workers are set to receive balance on February 8th to vote by mail. Amazon opposes three union effort Now traffic from the Coma Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. South bound I five off ramp to the joint base. Lewis McChord main gate is closed for road work until 4:30 A.m. Highway one on one at Mile post. 3 31 there who'd support North City limits is reduced to one lane, serving both directions due to a landslide until further notice. Highway 109 remains closed in both directions at Mile Post three near Grays Harbor Boulevard until further notice. Due to a large landslide. I'm J. Phillips, Cuomo.

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03:51 min | 2 years ago

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"Day of Remembrance tomorrow for the thousands of lives lost to covert 19 Deborah, Doused with Seattle center says that they're going to ring the Kobe Kobe Bell, just north of the international fountain. 40 times for the nearly 4000 people who've died in Washington and the nearly 400,000 lives lost in the U. S really. To promote unity across the country in grieving and and remembering and honoring people who have been touched by covert 19. She says. Buildings will also be lit in amber, the color of candles to remember loved ones. People could watch the memorial on Seattle Center's Facebook page at 2:30 P.m.. Tomorrow. The building Lighting's happened at 5 30. School systems across the nation, understandably, a little overwhelmed and unequipped to respond to Cove in 19 when it began spreading in the spring. But here we are about a year later, and most students are still not getting any classroom instruction couples. Carleen Johnson reports. The impact on lost learning and emotional well being is undeniable. Lot of districts have been testing students this month programs like I ready and I'm apt to gauge where they are based on the start of the year or this time last year. In most cases, student comprehension is down, lost learning in math, on average, expected to be 6 to 9 months behind by the end of the year and given the schools are the hub for support, such as mental health counseling and mandatory reporting for abuse. Young people are not getting their needs met that way, either. The school counselor from Spokane supports a bill in Olympia to ensure counselors spend the vast majority of the day meeting with students. Instead of being reassigned to other duties. During this time of unrest throughout the nation, teachers need to know that their students will have access to direct services with their school counselors. Help them address the mental health needs and the trauma our students are experiencing. And while enrollment is down, and just about every great A recent NPR survey of more than 60 district's and 20 states found that kindergarten enrollment Is down an average of 16% this year. Carleen Johnson come on. News Security is tight at the state Capitol ahead of the presidential inauguration Wednesday after the pro Trump mob stormed the U. S. Capitol on January 6th, and it's similar group breached security, the Washington State governor's mansion. State Patrol has increased their deployment in Olympia Inaugural inauguration is always a heightened the wear day. Lieutenant Kurt Boyle says fusion centers, which coordinate intelligence and resource is between departments. I've been activated across the country. He adds that any tip or threat no matter how small is always investigated, Jeff Pooja look come on news renting police trying to find the person who ran one of their patrol cars Sunday morning, authorities say. Person ran from the scene. They call that a canine unit to search the area near south second and Main Avenue. But officers did not find the driver, a passenger in the car stated the scene. But the parole officer in the rec squad car was taken to the hospital. But should be OK goes Ryan Yamamoto. If the homeless encampment at calendars and park was illegal. Why did the Seattle police officer refer a homeless person to services there? Come O score. One. Hank reports that audio caught on the officer's body camera raises the question. Officer Mika Harmon and her partner had just arrested the guy for shoplifting from the Broadway Bartels Harmon tells the suspect. The illegal homeless encampment at Capitol Hill's Cale Anderson Park is maybe the best place for him to get food and a pair of shoes. Can you step over a child? I mean, the Harmon is heard on the recording obtained by The Seattle Times, speaking with someone who seems to know the camp will have him try to direct him over to Calais Anderson. Do they have like shoes and stuff there and He said. The park was swept several times after protesters and homeless people began occupying it last year. A Seattle police spokesman says the officer behaved appropriately telling the times in an.

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04:54 min | 2 years ago

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"Here in Washington. The National Guard continues to protect the state Capitol building, as it has since Sunday. But what about the other potential targets of violence? Who will protect those comas? Matt Markovich talk with local law enforcement professionals, including Kurt Boyle of the Washington State Fusion Center and Joe D'Amico of Security Services. Northwest groups may be targeting so called soft targets, the phones of private security agencies are now ringing off the hook. Protect both critical infrastructure. Um retail businesses Security services. Northwest has had to do a three fold increase in staffing since summer. And it's not just for protection but for rapid extraction of employees and needing tol You know, send in security teams toe, grab their employees and then pull them out. The state's fusion intelligence gathering center is working to get accurate information out about all potential targets to back that information to make sure it's not misinformation or disinformation. I'm making sure that it's credible information. Law enforcement veterans of Future says the average system needs to practice situational awareness. What seems normal for the area? What seems abnormal for the area and if something doesn't look right? Tell somebody and get out of the area. Trust your gut that mark of its reporting. With them, too, Seeing a very high covert testing right right now, According to this to call me Valley Record City has the highest positive test rate of any city in King County. Over the holidays, the city saw 58 new cases, which is a 25% positive test rate. They were also five hospitalizations and one death. Over the last month, the city saw 51% increase in Corona virus cases with nearly all the people being under the age of 60. The governor has warned the eight regions in the state. They will remain under current restrictions until at least January 25th comas, Nick popping reports that some counties are worried about being group with other counties if their case counselor better than theirs. He spoke with Snohomish County executive Dave Summers. So Summers knows that quelling the pandemic is a group effort. We understand that we are Connected by businesses and transportation networks and just the families across borders. You know, it's ah, natural flow for us to work with King and Pierce. Katie Curtis was Snohomish Health District says It makes good sense to be grouped like this because of the proximity and how much those businesses are intertwined Lot of our hospital systems. Um, are kind of spanning across those county Porter's anyways. But if push comes to shove, insta Home ish start seeing success like they did earlier in the pandemic. We would also be watching to see how this impacts numbers County. But right now, the hope is that all these counties continue to keep following these safety protocols and hopefully increase vaccine distribution, the county says. Based on current projections. The county will likely run out of doses before the end of next week, until significant changes and increases take place not only for the state of Washington, but for Snohomish County as well, Nick problem Come on yours. Record surge in deadly drug overdoses in King County is worrying public health leaders Cho Suzanne farm reports They've seen more than 40 suspected deaths in recent weeks across the country. The number of overdose deaths is set to reach an all time high, and there's a record setting spike and overdose deaths in King County. There are number of reasons which all seem to point to the pandemic. It's just really unfortunate. Colvin has just made a bad situation. Even worse. Dr Steven Standards, is a pain medicine specialist at Swedish Hospital. Endemic restrictions and closures mean people are out of work and stressed others air alone and isolated. Others are unable to get the help they need or continue with treatment, a recovery programs that there's just the whole stress of the effects of cove it and on all of our lives, let alone patients with substance use disorder in that also could be a trigger to maybe them falling back into their problems around misusing substances, and they're more drugs out there. We have a lot of heroin. Very cheap, Well, a lot of methamphetamine, very cheap, very pure. We also have fentanyl, which is mostly in illicit looking pills, these sort of blue and thirties, most commonly occasionally mixed in with other drugs. That's Kool. Moe Suzanne. Phone reporting. Now let's head to the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. With the Super Bowl, winning his resume. Doug Peterson, the native from Ferndale wants to show you can go home again. He has interviewed for the offensive coordinator Jon with the Seattle Seahawks, also interviewing former Chargers head coach Anthony Lamb. Husky basketball continuing on the downward spiral. Want any 11 and oh, and seven in the Pac 12 coughing up a 10 point lead at the half and losing to you ceiling on the road, 81 to 76 quality green at $25.4 players in double figures. Sports attended 40 past the hour. I'm Dave Lewis. Come on. News from regular expenses to.

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04:52 min | 2 years ago

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"Here in Washington, the National Guard continues to protect the state Capitol building, as it has since Sunday. But what about the other potential targets of violence? Who will protect those comas met Markovich talked with local law enforcement professionals, including Kurt Boyle of the Washington State Fusion Center and Joe D'Amico of Security Services. Northwest groups may be targeting so called soft targets, the phones of private security agencies are now ringing off the hook. Protect both critical infrastructure. Um retail businesses Security services. Northwest has had to do a three fold increase in staffing since summer. And it's not just for protection but for rapid extraction of employees and needing tol You know, send in security teams toe, grab their employees and then pull them out. The state's fusion intelligence gathering center is working to get accurate information out about all potential targets to that that information to make sure it's not misinformation or disinformation and making sure that it's credible information. Law enforcement veteran Jeff You too, says the average system needs to practice. Situational awareness. What seems normal for the area? What seems abnormal for the area And if something doesn't look right, tell somebody and get out of the area. Trust your gut, not Markovitz reporting. With Ben is seeing a very high covert testing right right now, According to this to call me Valley Record City has the highest positive test rate of any city in King County. Over the holidays, the city saw 58 new cases, which is a 25% positive test rate. They were also five hospitalizations and one death. Over the last month, the city saw 51% increase in Corona virus cases with nearly all the people being under the age of 60. The governor has warned the eight regions in the state. They will remain under current restrictions until at least January. 25th come was Nick popping reports that some counties are worried about being group with other counties if their case counselor better than theirs. He spoke with Snohomish County executive Dave Summers. So Summers knows that quelling the pandemic is a group effort. We understand that we are Connected by businesses and transportation networks and just the families across borders. You know, it's ah, natural flow for us to work with King and Pierce. Katie Curtis was Snohomish Health District says It makes good sense to be group like this because of the proximity and how much those businesses are intertwined Lot of our hospital systems. Um, are kind of spanning across those county Porter's anyways. But if push comes to shove, insta Home ish start seeing success like they did earlier in the pandemic, we would also be watching to see how this impacts an Amish county. But right now, the hope is that all these counties continue to keep following these safety protocols and hopefully increase vaccine distribution, the county says. Based on current projections. The county will likely run out of doses before the end of next week, until significant changes and increases take place not only for the state of Washington, but for Snohomish County as well. Nick Pompom, Come on yours. A record surge in deadly drug overdoses in King County is worrying public health leaders Cho Suzanne farm reports They've seen more than 40 suspected deaths in recent weeks across the country. The number of overdose deaths is set to reach an all time high, and there's a record setting spike and overdose deaths in King County. There are number of reasons which all seem to point to the pandemic. It's just really unfortunate. Hold. It has just made a bad situation. Even worse. Dr. Steven Standards, is a pain medicine specialist at Swedish Hospital. Pandemic restrictions and closures mean people are out of work and stressed others air alone and isolated. Others are unable to get the help they need or continue with treatment, a recovery programs that there's just the whole stress of the effects of cove it and on all of our lives, let alone patients with substance use disorder. And that also could be a trigger to maybe them falling back into their problems around misusing substances, and they're more drugs out there. We have a lot of heroin, very cheap. We have a lot of methamphetamine, very cheap, very pure. We also have fentanyl, which is mostly in elicit looking pills. These sort of blue and thirties, most commonly occasionally mixed in with other drugs. Let's comb Oh, Suzanne phone reporting. Now let's head to the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. At the age of 37. Aaron Rodgers continues to turn back the clock at the height of his powers going 23 out of 36 4 296 yards and two touchdowns. The Packers beat the Rams. 32 18 to reach the NFC championship game for the fifth time in Roger's career, but for the first time, that game will be played at Lambeau Field Packers also rolled up 188 yards on the ground. The winner of the Tampa Bay New Orleans, Gable take on the Packers in the NFC title game. Sports attended 40 past the hour. I'm Dave Lewis. Come on news introducing TD Ameritrade's newest trading.

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04:19 min | 2 years ago

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"Here in Washington. The National Guard continues to protect the state Capitol building, as it has since Sunday. But what about the other potential targets of violence? Who will protect those Come was Matt Markovich talked with local law enforcement professionals, including Kurt Boyle of the Washington State Fusion Center and Joan Amico of Security Services. Northwest groups may be targeting so called soft targets, the phones of private security agencies are now ringing off the hook, protect both critical infrastructure. Um retail businesses Security services. Northwest has had to do a three fold increase in staffing since summer. And it's not just for protection but for rapid extraction of employees and needing to You know, send in security teams toe, grab their employees and then pull them out. The state's fusion intelligence gathering center is working to get accurate information out about all potential targets to that that information to make sure it's not misinformation or disinformation. On making sure that it's credible information. Law enforcement veterans of Future says the average system needs to practice situational awareness. What seems normal for the area? What seems abnormal for the area and if something doesn't look right? Tell somebody and get out of the area. Trust your gut Matt mark of its reporting. With them, too, Seeing a very high covert testing right right now, According to this to call me Valley Record City has the highest positive test rate of any city in King County. Over the holidays, the city saw 58 new cases, which is a 25% positive test rate. They were also five hospitalizations and one death. Over the last month, the city saw 51% increase in Corona virus cases with nearly all the people being under the age of 60. The governor has warned the eight regions in the state. They will remain under current restrictions until at least January. 25th come was Nick Poppin reports that some counties are worried about being group with other counties if their case counselor better than theirs. He spoke with Snohomish County executive Dave Summers. So Summers knows that quelling the pandemic is a group effort. We understand that we are Connected by businesses and transportation networks and just the families across borders. You know, it's ah, natural flow for us to work with King and Pierce. Katie Curtis with Snohomish Health District says It makes good sense to be group like this because of the proximity and how much those businesses are intertwined lot of our hospital systems. Um, are kind of spanning across those county Porter's anyways. But if push comes to shove, insta Home ish start seeing success like they did earlier in the pandemic. We would also be watching to see how this impacts Thomas County, but right now, the hope is that all these counties continue to keep following the safety protocols and hopefully increase vaccine distribution, the county says. Based on current projections. The county will likely run out of doses before the end of next week, until significant changes and increases take place not only for the state of Washington, but four Snohomish County as well. Nick PROBLEM Come on. There's a record surge in deadly drug overdoses in King County is worrying public health leaders Cho Suzanne Farm reports They've seen more than 40 suspected deaths in recent weeks. Across the country. The number of overdose deaths is set to reach an all time high, and there's a record setting spike and overdose deaths and King County. There are a number of reasons which all seem to point to the pandemic. It's just really unfortunate covert has just made a bad situation. Even worse. Dr. Steven Standards is a pain medicine specialist at Swedish hospital. Pandemic restrictions and closures mean people are out of work and stressed. Others are alone and isolated. Others are unable to get the help they need or continue with treatment, a recovery programs. Now there's just the whole stress of the effects of cove it and on all of our lives, let alone patients with something to use disorder in that also could be a trigger to maybe them falling back into their problems around misusing substances, and they're more drugs out there. We have a lot of heroin. Very cheap. A lot of methamphetamine, very cheap, very pure. We also have fentanyl, which is mostly in illicit looking pills, these sort of blue and thirties, most commonly occasionally mixed in with other drugs. That's Kool. Moe Suzanne. Phone reporting. Now let's head to the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk..

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04:53 min | 2 years ago

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"And Snohomish. Right now, the Puget Sound region has a 13% decrease in cases, but hospitalizations are holding us back. I asked doctor Do Jin this question? How are we gonna get there? We're gonna get there by doing the things that we know work to suppress covert 19 by wearing facemasks compulsively and whenever we're around others by keeping our distance by taking off her cautions and workplaces and anywhere we socialize and get together with others we can suppress this virus. Other countries have done it. That's Cuomo's Tammy. Mitosis reporting president like Biden is outlining a new five point plan to ramp up covert 19 vaccinations across the country. He says his administration will work with the states to open up more vaccine priority. Groups open thousands of community vaccination centers activate pharmacies for vaccinations ramp up supplies by invoking the Defense Production Act. And release more vaccines. Early comers. Nick Problem, says local health experts hope the new plan is going to help us get back to normal, faster doctors. I spoke with her optimistic after hearing the president elect's ideas, they say having a federal strategy is welcome after seeing such a slow initial rollout of this vaccine. Now both doctors I spoke with, say President elect Biden's plan of 100 Million vaccinations in his 1st 100 days in office is certainly attainable now that they have a plan that will be in place to improve this process. Nathan slicker with the State Medical Association says Biden's plan to try and get clinical and non clinical professionals to help with vaccinations will be key. So long as they confined folks willing and able to inoculate people off the front line. Future medicine to be vaccines makes a challenging situation worse. So I think we are gonna have to creative your top of the national Guard. I think we can train people to get I am injections. We do it all the time when they need it for their own medical care. Even with this optimism of potential improvements, he says, a lot more work has to be put in on behalf of the federal government and the states before we can say we're close to returning to normalcy. That is Cuomo's Nick. Papa. I'm reporting and here in Washington, the National Guard continues to protect the state Capitol building, as it has since Sunday. But what about the other potential targets of violence? Who will protect those comas? Matt Markovich talk with law enforcement professionals, including Kurt Boyle of the Washington State Fusion Center, and Joe Domenico of Security Services. Northwest groups may be targeting so called soft targets, the phones of private security agencies are now ringing off the hook, protect both critical infrastructure. Um retail businesses Security services. Northwest has had to do a three fold increase in staffing since summer. And it's not just for protection but for rapid extraction of employees and needing to You know, send in security teams toe, grab their employees and then pull them out. The state's fusion intelligence gathering center is working to get accurate information out about all potential targets to that that information to make sure it's not misinformation or disinformation and making sure that it's credible information. Law enforcement veteran Jeff You too, says the average system needs to practice. Situational awareness. What seems normal for the area? What seems abnormal for the area And if something doesn't look right, tell somebody and get out of the area. Trust your gut, not Markovitz reporting. And Lauren called the Republican who lost the governor. Inslee in a landslide is ended his lawsuit that hope to invalidate the election attorney, Stephen Pigeon, spoken a video on cults Facebook page and blame the withdraw on technicalities as a result. We're going to lead this battleground now. And instead bring our case for election reform to you and the court of public opinion. My pigeon is facing punishment from the courts in the state bar for filing lawsuits with false and unsubstantiated claims. He was given an ultimatum to withdraw the suit by noon on Friday. Woman whose time is 3 40 as we head over to the beacon Plumbing sports desk. Dave Lewis has our NFL news, talking NFL and the Packers still some separation killing over the Rams 25 10 Packers lead in the third period. Game to the doubleheader, the bills of the number two seed in the A F. C home to take on the Baltimore Ravens and favored by 2.5 over Lamar Jackson and company Informer. Eagle's head coach did. Petersen became the second identify coach to speak with CNN's about the vacant offensive coordinator job. The other is former Chargers head coach Anthony Lan, who spoke with Pete Carroll yesterday. Peterson as a Super Bowl win on his resume with Nick Foles, a quarterback and was fired by the Eagles earlier in the week. He grew up in Ferndale and said his parents of once upon a time or SIAC season ticket holders. Sports attended 40 past the hour. I'm Dave Lewis. Come on. News from regular expenses to occasional splurge.

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"In the election. Authorities do not want to see a repeat of the riot in Washington, D C last week, and the security breach at governor ends these mansion when there's a demonstration. We do not have customers down there, Jonathan SHOW. Cuomo News We drive through vaccination sites are now open in Snohomish County. There are paying field, Edmund's Community College and Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe. Remember, you do have to have an appointment. Though Mass vaccination sites are also in the works, and Pierce County health leaders there want three drive up sites as well as mobile units that would visit Nursing homes and similar locations. North Bend has the highest positive covert test rate in King County. This Equality Valley record reports that over the past few weeks there were 58 new cases with a 25% positive test rate. That right is more than double the King County rate of 10%. The President elect's proposed plan to ramp up vaccinations as health experts in our state feeling hopeful that we could soon get more shots into more arms. Como's Nick Pompom reports. We'll get through it together. The president elect says the pandemic could get worse before it gets better. The vaccine role on the United States has been a dismal failure thus far, but Biden says that could change with the introduction of this five point plan. That includes having the federal government fund 100 large vaccine sites and allowing folks 65 up to get the shot will impact all of us father to be the country and every state. Dr. Ali Meqdad with you, Dubs Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation, says the biggest problems so far in this vaccination process is not having a cohesive plan at the federal level. I'm expecting All of the problems that we have seen so far will be solved immediately soon, and the solutions are crucial as less than a third of the vaccines that have been sent out to our state have been putting people's arms. No problem. Come on news We've heard from the FBI about state capitals being the targets of potential violence in coming days. But there are a whole bunch of soft targets, as they're called, were security tends to be in a minimum or non existent. Home was Matt Markovich talkto law enforcement experts, including Kurt Boyle of the Washington State Fusion Center, The state's fusion intelligence gathering center is working to get accurate information out about all potential targets to back that information to make sure it's not misinformation or disinformation and making sure that it's credible information. They're not going to tell the citizens Specifically where there were. Those targets are unless it's a zoo. Immediate threat. Oh, someone else someone's personal life of property. Law enforcement. Veterans of few, too, says the average system needs to practice situational awareness. What seems normal for the area? What seems abnormal for the area and if something doesn't look right? Tell somebody and get out of the area. Trust your gun and be vigilant. That's the word going out to the public. Matt Markovich come. Oh news, recently replaced window at the Seattle Police East Precinct was damaged in a protest Thursday night, police say about 30. People started at Cal Anderson Park and then moved to the precinct, where they used chalk to draw on the balls outside the building. Some people in the crowd through items at the precinct cracking the window. Two people were arrested. And with the turmoil created by the pandemic, the U. S Capitol riot and the impending departure of Donald Trump. People already worn down by covert 19 fatigues are feeling even more anxious. Co Moh Suzanne Font talk to an expert about when to seek professional help. Tons and tons of calls. I've been getting from people seeking treatment for the very first time clinical psychologist Dr Meiling Dong is among the mental health providers inundated with patients seeking treatment. The level of calls that I get from people seeking treatment is more than I've ever seen in my entire career. For some people, the social isolation and the stresses of living with covert 19 have been a huge factor. And now seeing what's happening in the news in our nation's capital and our own capital is compounding the stress and uncertainty for some people. Let's go, Mo Suzanne found reporting coma News Time is 3 10 as we head over to the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk.

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05:48 min | 2 years ago

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"S. Capitol on high alert for armed protests over this weekend, Olympia rolling out extreme security measures around government buildings following the deadly siege of the U. S. Capitol. Humbles. Joe Marino talked concerned people in downtown Olympia there, a fencing surrounds much of the state capital and state Patrol and members of the National Guard. Keep a close watch on the grounds. Was such a show of force Olympia Police are beefing up their own patrols in the surrounding neighborhoods. Case. Any groups decide to splinter off. They have not stopped it before on, they allow it to happen downtown and carry over from the capital. State officials would rather be safe than sorry in a position overwhelming forces around the seat of government. Olympia Police are adding their own measures like extra patrols to make sure nearby businesses in the downtown area. Stay safe, too. You know, unprecedented times. Obviously everybody's really unsatisfied in the lake is a really disturbing time for everybody. Law enforcement says There are no explicit threats against the state capital, but We are hearing about groups ready to come to Olympia to take action all ahead of the presidential inauguration, and I feel like this election is just people have lost their minds. The National Guard has been protecting the state Capitol building here in Washington since Sunday. But what about other potential targets of violence who protect those comas? Matt Markovich spoke with law enforcement professionals, including Kurt Boyle from the Washington State Fusion Center. And Joe Damico with security services. Northwest groups may be targeting so called soft targets, the phones of private security agencies are now ringing off the hook. Protect both critical infrastructure. Um retail businesses Security services. Northwest has had to do a three fold increase in staffing since summer. And it's not just for protection but for rapid extraction of employees and needing to You know, sending security teams toe, grab their employees and then pull them out. The state's fusion intelligence gathering center is working to get accurate information out about all potential targets to back that information to make sure it's not misinformation or disinformation and making sure that it's credible information. Law enforcement veterans of few, too, says the average system needs to practice. Situational awareness. What seems normal for the area? What seems abnormal for the area And if something doesn't look right, tell somebody and get out of the area. Trust your gut, not Markovitz reporting. Recently replaced window at the Seattle Police East Precinct damaged in a protest Thursday night, police say about 30 people started to calendars and park then moved to the precinct, where they used chalk to draw on the wall. Outside of the building. Some people in the crowd through items at the precinct cracking the window. Two people arrested. Just this week, Police removed wooden boards that have been covering the windows since violent protests over the summer. State Health Department, releasing the newest totals in our Corona virus outbreak in reports nearly 286,000 total cases that includes confirmed in probable cases, nearly 300. More people have been hospitalized. However, that number is bigger than usual because of a backlog in reporting. State, adding 27 more deaths, pushing the death toll to more than 3900. Since the start of the outbreak, President elect Joe Biden outlining a new five point plan to ramp up covert 19 vaccinations across the country. He says his administration will work with states to open more vaccine priority. Groups open thousands of community vaccination centers activate pharmacies for vaccinations ramp up supplies by invoking the Defense Production Act. And release more vaccines. Early comas. Nick Problem, says local health experts hope the new plan is going to help us get back to normalcy faster doctors. I spoke with our optimistic after hearing the president elect's ideas, they say Having a federal strategy is welcome after seeing such a slow initial rollout of this vaccine. Now both doctors I spoke with, say President elect Biden's plan of 100 Million vaccinations in his 1st 100 days in office is certainly attainable. Now that they have a plan that will be in place to improve this process. Dr. Nathan slicker with the State Medical Association says Biden's plan to try and get clinical and non clinical professionals to help with vaccinations will be key. So long as they confined folks willing and able to inoculate people off the front line to care medicine to be vaccines makes the challenge of situation worse. So I think we are gonna have to offer you your top of the national Guard. I think we can train people together. I am injections. We do it all the time when they needed for their own medical care, Even with this optimism of potential improvements, he says, a lot more work has to be put in on behalf of the federal government and the states before we can say we're close to returning to normalcy it almost Nick Pompom and 9 10 now to the beacon, plumbing sports death, some headlines for you the conditional reinstatement of wide receiver Josh Gordon that has been rescinded now by the end. Film Gordon once again under suspension. Gordon was signed by the Seahawks and September despite being under an indefinite suspension. He received conditional reinstatement early in December with the hope that he'd be playing by the end of last season. NFL playoffs. Continue today, the Rams in Green Bay to take on the Packers at 1 35, the Ravens in Buffalo to take on the Bills at 5 15. Jordan. Sanders had a season high 24 points and you're Rogers scoring 9/16 in overtime. Southern California beating number 25 Washington State women on the hardwood 81 to 77 last night. Washington State Playing the program's first game is a team ranked in the top 25. At its four game win streak snapped Seattle Mariners agreeing to terms with infielder JP Crawford catcher Tom Murphy right into Rafael Montero, avoiding arbitration with all three of them. Crawfords 2021 deal for about $2 Million Murphy for 875,000 Montero for about 200 quarter million. We checked Sports a 10 and 40 past the hour on Cuomo News, introducing TD Ameritrade's newest trading platform. Thinker Swim Web. It has all the essential tools and trade strategies in a streamlined interface. No download necessary thinker swim Web trading, streamlined visit..

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03:40 min | 2 years ago

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"And 19th Street When they arrived, they found a 36 year old man with stab wounds. He died at the scene. 43 year old man has been arrested and booked into jail for first degree murder in Tacoma, Frank Lindsay Co. Moh news and police trying to figure out what led up to the stabbing. Someone set a Kent police car on fire yesterday afternoon, Chief Rafael Padilla spoke with us. This incident was witnessed by a bystander here on City Hall campus, one of our Kent employees and to them I want to say thank you. They're quick actions to report. This allowed us to respond quickly and take the mound of custody. Damage is said to be limited. Nobody injured. Law enforcement advocates warn police use of force might become even more deadly if certain forceful tactics are banned. Camilla's court would hate has more house Bill 10 54 would make certain kinds of police equipment and a number of control and restraint tactics illegal statewide as we see it, choke holds and neck restraints are way too risky for Shandra pickup is with the Washington Coalition for Police Accountability, and the data shows that they are prominently used on black and brown people. But James McMahon, with the State Association of Sheriffs and Police chief says The bill removes tactics police use instead of guns, choke holder and neck restraint could be employed to avoid the use of deadly force. The interest of public safety demand that these techniques be available along with choke holds, the bill would ban officers from firing on moving vehicles. It would prohibit police use of tear gas armored vehicles and unleashed canine officers. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news to Seattle police officers are under investigation now because they were in Washington D. C for the insurrection of the U. S. Capitol comes Michelle Esteban talked to the director of the Office of Police Accountability and Admire Berg. Meyer Berg says photos allegedly put the officers in D. C and they're working right now the isolators many third party videos as possible. From the day of the attack. They'll also interviewed the officers to ask them. What happened. Both Opa and the chief say the investigation is about public trust and transparency, and it is possible that the two officers were exercising their First Amendment rights said nothing else, but the chief also wants his department policies upheld. Opa is also investigating whether those officers violated SPD is professional and discretionary policies. And not undermine public trust. What was the intense What was their purpose in going? I think those are the questions that we really want to look at. Michelle Esteban come on, is the FBI warning about plans for armed protests at all? 50 state capitals and in Washington, D C leading up to President elect Joe Biden's inauguration and internal FBI bulletin warns that the nationwide protests may start later this week. And extend through January. 20th. The Washington State Fusion Center works with federal and local agencies on counterterrorism, Lieutenant Kurt Boyle says they're gathering intelligence, and we have to make sure that if we sing something that the media threat, we can get it to the right people as quickly as possible. With the most accurate information. We only have one chance to get it right. The FBI says it respects the rights of individuals to peacefully exercise their First Amendment rights. And it's focuses on those threatening their safety and the safety of other citizens with violence and property destruction. Come on, Whose time 12 09. By the way, if you were wondering about how you can access local legislative sessions, virtually t V W is gonna broadcast every meeting floor session and press conference of this session, which started just yesterday. Remote testimony could be arranged on any bill up to an hour before the committee meeting. Zuma meetings can also be scheduled to speak directly with legislators. It's 12 10 a coma time for an update on sports.

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04:44 min | 2 years ago

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"Moh news and here's what's coming up Nothing new about political violence in America that some experts believe we're in dangerous territory. I'm Carleen Johnson, traffic and weather coming up in four minutes. But first ABC News had a 30 President Trump before leaving the White House for Texas to visit the border wall spoke to reporters briefly taking questions for the first time since the U. S Capitol siege. He did not take responsibility for the mob of Trump supporters who stormed the capital last week, leading to five death catalyzed by speech, in my words and my final paragraph my final sentence and everybody took the key thought it was totally appropriate. The president also says We want no violence, but with days left before the inauguration, police and federal law enforcement Say they're trying to track down violent threats. He also blamed Democrats for launching another impeachment, saying it is a further quote. Witch hunt. House Democrats are moving forward with impeaching Trump with insurrection, but first the House is scheduled to vote tonight, calling on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment. Over 19 vaccinations ramping up around states, with more doses being deployed. It comes his cases and hospitalizations continue to search. I'm Michelle France and ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7, It's 8 31 right now. And thanks for starting your day with the comb, Oh, morning news. We continue to see rain here in downtown Seattle or in the form of showers. At times. It's now 51 degrees, along with Greg Herschel time. Manda Factor here. The top stories from the Coma 24 7 News Center, Seattle's Reppert Sedative in the U. S House has tested positive for covert 19 per village. Ia Paul's office says she believes she was exposed when the Capitol building was placed in lockdown and members of Congress were herded into a secure room. Many in the room were Republicans and they refused to wear masks. Giant Paul says the exposure could have happened at that time, and she issued a statement saying our lives and our livelihood czar at risk. And anyone who refuses to wear a mask should be fully held accountable. We also got word last hour that a third Democrat that was in that room has now tested positive for the coronavirus. It's representative of Brad Schneider from Illinois. Maybe she mentioned the FBI is warning about plans for armed protests in all 50 state capitals And in Washington, D. C leading up to President elect Joe Biden's inauguration and internal FBI bulletin warns the nationwide protests may start later this week and extend through January. 20th. The Washington State Fusion Center works with federal and local agencies on counterterrorism, and Lieutenant Kurt Boyle says they're gathering intelligence. We have to make sure that if we see something that's a media threat, we can get it to the right people as quickly as possible. With the most accurate information. We only have one chance to get it right. The FBI says it respects the rights of individuals to peacefully exercise their First Amendment rights. And his focus is on those threatening their safety and the safety of other citizens with violence and destruction of property. The public has no access to the state Capitol in person during the legislative session that began yesterday, only virtual access is possible. It's because of the pandemic, and that has some advocates for open government and transparency concerned. Glen Morgan is a Thurston County journalist and a conservative activist for property rights and open government. Transparency of government effectively access to government by average people. Or people who used to trying to be down there being activist. I think that no good thing happens. It's just more of an insider scheme more than normal, and that's I'm afraid with the session's gonna be about organ says only allowing the virtual testimony will disenfranchise a lot of people. Large demonstrations have captured headlines across the country over the last year, including last week's deadly take over and that the nation's capital and one Northwest political science professor says this has been building for years more from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson last week's right at the U. S. Capitol shocked most people, but experts say an increase in political violence began years ago. We are seeing a small uptick regardless of what happened in the capital last week, but the big change actually was from 2017 to about 2019 Jim Morrison. Civic University political science professor and spoke with our partner station K to that unite the right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, was one of them. They have been doing right and left wing protests a regular occurrence in Portland and other cities following the Black lives matter, protests More sites. Recent polling that shows acceptance of political violence as a means to an end from both sides. I become involved in political violence against them. They then respond and we go back and forth. More, says periods of political violence tend to be cyclical. The question right now is have we seen the worst of it. Carleen Johnson. Come on news. It's a 34 and coming up. I'm Brian Calvert, with the tribal leaders facing pushback and young deaths as they try to vaccinate against Cove it now traffic.

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04:33 min | 2 years ago

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"ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 77 31 right now Tuesday morning with plenty of rain still in western Washington, the temperature is 47 degrees, along with Greg Herschel time at the factor here. The top stories from the coma. 24 7 News center little lighter that FBI warning about armed protests at all 50 state capitals and the U. S Capitol following the deadly attacks last week. We spoke with Lieutenant Kurt Boyle of the Washington State Fusion Center as a fusion center. Our focus is on. Is there a threat to life safety? The Washington State Fusion center works with federal and local agencies on counterterrorism officials say So far in Washington, they're looking into a call for armed protests next week and social Media posts. We have to make sure that if we sing something, that's immediate threat, we can get it to the right people as quickly as possible. With the most accurate information. We only have one chance to get it right. The National Guard. Will keep increased presence at the state Capitol. The FBI sent me a statement saying, In part, the FBI respects the rights of individuals to peacefully exercise their First Amendment rights. Our focus is not on peaceful protesters but on those threatening their safety and the safety of other citizens with violence and destruction of property, Most Natasa reporting. Citizen activists who typically rally during the legislative session in Olympia will not have in person access to legislators because of the pandemic, and one that local activist tells us he's afraid that could inflame the frustrations of the people are already experiencing more from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson. Morgan is the executive director for these Citizens Alliance for Property Rights and founder of We the Governed. He helped organize several recent rallies around the state by groups fighting the business closures related to the pandemic. Probably half the state. You know, in one capacity, another feels like they're not being listened to it Wall. Morgan says. The people's ability to only participate in the session virtually will only make people feel more left out of the process that doesn't tend to produce a positive. Return on what's going on, and that's my concerns. Carleen Johnson come, Oh news soldiers how to access the session, virtually T V W will broadcast every meeting floor session in press conference. Remote testimony could be arranged on any bill up to an hour before the committee meeting and zoom meetings can also be scheduled to speak directly with legislators. Amazon will no longer sell you a Cuban on T shirt. The online retailer is purging all products related to the far right Internet conspiracy movement. We get more from comas, Corwin Hick Amazon says it has begun to remove from its retail website products, including T shirts, ball caps and even baby onesies that bear the slogan We are Q or the Cuban On motto Where we Go one. We go all Cuban on followers, indulgent, bizarre theories involving Satan worship and pedophilia among politicians, media companies and other so called elites. The Washington Post reports. Amazons move comes after some of the U. S Capitol rioters were identified as Cuba Nonbelievers. The perch of Q and on products comes on the heels of Amazon's decision to ban Social media platform parlor from its servers also over alleged involvement in the Capitol attack. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news Amazon has joined Microsoft and suspending donations to some Republican politicians. Amazon telling the Seattle Times it has suspended contributions to any member of Congress who voted to override the results of the presidential election. Microsoft has already said it will suspend contributions to a political action committee whose beneficiaries included several of the U. S. Congress members who voted against certifying the election coming up Now on the come on morning news. I'm Brian Calvert with the newly elected sheriff who says he will not enforce covert mask mandates. And now time to talk traffic and from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Kierra, Jordan. A long term crash in Parkland, westbound 5 12 approaching Pacific has finally cleared out of the right lane. But unfortunately our commuters still slammed most away from the mall, so it's going to take some time to recover from this had a long term crash on the shoulder. Eastbound 5 12, near pioneer. It's also causing a backup from the mall across south on I five North King Pierce County line sitting back over on the shoulder, but it was briefly re blocking the right lane that slows you down in the immediate area. We've had a crash in Maple Valley, partially blocking the ramp from 231st eastbound 18 in tequilas are rant from south down four or five to north and I five partially blocked out of water on the roadway. Also water on the road and Seattle's been partially blocking the Rampulla. Himself found 99 2 Royal Brahmin. We've had a crash in Lake Stevens south on Highway nine at 20th. That's been partially blocking the roadway. Our next Cuomo traffic up 7.

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"The update from Kemal's Corwin take at least 10, Republican U. S senators and as many as 100 U. S Representatives plan to object to what has almost always been a routine formality in which Congress counts the presidential Electoral College votes and declares a winner. Oregon Democratic Senator Jeff Merkley tells our news partner K to the effort to invalidate President elect Joe Biden's win is unconstitutional. At best. This is really an insurrection is the type of thing you see in authoritarian Dictatorships here in Washington governor Inslee is calling out Congress member Cathy McMorris Rodgers after the Spokane Republican voiced her intent. To join the objection. Citing concerns over voter fraud. Insley tweets quote. No evidence exists to justify those concerns. He adds. McMorris Rodgers Objection is quote A mark of dishonor Corwin Hey CO Moh news two men in custody after all, wild pursuit involving gunfire along I 90 early this morning. Details from comas. Calling Johnson Washington State Patrol Lieutenant Kurt Boyle says another trooper spotted a vehicle with a stolen plate on eastbound. I 90 in Eastgate. He followed without lights or sirens waiting for backup. That first backup happened to be Lieutenant Boyle do a pit He goes into the ditch ties it back out. No hits my patrol car. Then he opens up with his handgun. Start shooting at the Tuber. Nine vehicle heading then westbound. I 90 the pursuit continues to west like some Amish Parkway, Then exiting onto Lake Mont Boulevard. Suspect opened fire again and struck the patrol car at least twice. Second pit maneuver. Finally got him stopped Passenger followed all waters. The driver did it started coming towards us..

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