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"lake crescent" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"News time 206 people in Burien told the city council last night that they want something done about the homelessness problem here's Comerford's Hannah Knowles. We're tired of it we're sick and tired of it. City representatives say they need resources and are relying on funding from the county. What tools can we give these businesses right? in Burien shelters are at capacity the city only has two shelters one for women and one for women and children. There are a number of shelter spaces that we simply do not have jurisdictional access to. Right now there is no place for men to go and nearby cities SeaTac, White Center and Tukwila emergency shelters. We cannot be reinforcing that it's okay to live in a tent on the streets of our city that is what we need to do to help those people and to make Burien safe again. No decisions were made it was really more of a discussion here in Burien. So what is next? Well the city says that they need more to time find a solution. They want to get people off the streets but that means they need shelters and beds available in the shelter. A Seattle area startup has launched an otter pup into space. That's not what you think. Northwest radio's Jeff Bojla explains. Otter pup is the name of an experimental craft created by starfish space and it was put into orbit Monday on board a SpaceX rocket. Three, two, one. Engines full power and liftoff of transporter eight. Go falcon, go transporter. According to GeekWire the otter pup is something of a tugboat in space. The hope is to prove the reliability of a new electric propulsion system that can be used for maneuvering and docking. The company hopes to build a larger version that can service existing satellites and help dispose of space debris. The mission expected is to last several months at least. Jeff Bojla, Northwest News Radio. A kayaker has died on Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park. 37 -year -old Travis Valenti of New York was kayaking with his fiance when began he taking on water and forced to abandon the kayak and his fiance attempted to rescue him but she too fell in neither wearing a life jacket according to the National Park Service. The fiance was able to make it to shore but Valenti was not able. His body has yet to be recovered. The military wants to find out if there are PFAs and drinking water wells near naval base Kitsap. Those dangerous chemicals may be there because of the use of foam firefighting in the past. There is a public meeting about this at 4 or 5 o 'clock tonight in Port Orchard at the Parkwood Community Center. A new study shows obesity damages the brain in a way that can cause people to eat even more. Researchers took 30 obese people and 30 people of normal weight and fed them fats and sugars using feeding tubes. This was to eliminate the influence of taste and smell and then using an MRI they looked at their brain signals and the people of normal weight showed brain activity indicating the person felt full including in brain's the reward centers. The obese people did not show the same activity indicating their brains did not think they were full or satisfied. Even after the obese people lost 10 % of their body weight this did not change. Researchers say this indicates once the brain has adapted to obesity it may not return to normal even after someone loses weight and make this would it much more likely they would gain the weight back. That's coma for Steve McCarron reporting so is what the worst day of the week for local commuters? Well it turns out it's today Como Forest Tyra Majors Transportation analytics provider Enrix says since early May when Amazon and other companies set mandates for their employees to return to office traffic volumes have increased rapidly in the morning and evening commute. In the morning they say 520 and I -90 over Lake Washington and I -5 north of the heaviest traffic. Enrix experts predict the heavy congestion is here to stay as long as employees keep their hybrid schedules. We're seeing many more people take that trip in the middle of the week Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday versus Monday and Friday. So we see about 20 more % trips being made on those during the middle of the week than on the Monday, Friday at the start and end of the week. Their data shows traffic volumes are heaviest Tuesdays heading into downtown Seattle followed closely by the Thursday morning commute. That's KOMO4's Tyra Majors and all the more reason that on here Northwest News Radio around the clock all day, all weekend too. We have traffic for you every 10 minutes on the fours. We'll get another update from Kimmy Klein here in just about three minutes. First though an update on sports and Bill Swartz with us as we check in at the Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk. The Mariners can return to level sea with another win over the Marlins. A well -played 8 -1 victory over Miami launched Seattle's homestand and pulled them to a game under 500 for the season. Ty France belted one of three Mariner home runs. Hopefully it's the start of big things. We're swinging at the right pitches now instead of, you know, having just individualized We approach. kind of simplified the game, you know, trying to just drive the ball back up the middle and it seems to be working. Tonight the and George Kirby to the mound at 640 countered by the Marlins Edward Cabrera. Seattle lefty Marco Gonzalez not putting a timetable on his return out since June 3rd with a forearm injury. Rocky Mountain High in Denver. The Nuggets win the NBA crown for the first time in their 47 years taking out the Miami five Heat games. in The Seattle Storm take their 1 -6 WNBA record into Phoenix tonight to
"lake crescent" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Says he's not quite ready for. Me particularly, I need to get my tires redone, new ones. So I need to get that soon. I'm a UPS driver, so I kind of hope the weather kind of stays tame because trying to go on these hills when it's icy and snowy makes it hard in the UPS vehicles. A lot of people say driving is one of the biggest challenges one snow and ice start to accumulate. Trying to get to work sometimes is treacherous. These people around here don't know how to drive. When heavy snowfall makes roads challenging, another disruption or the closures at schools and day cares that can upend families daily routines. I like the snow, but I'm tired of school being canceled I don't want to go later in June. And then take my daughter to day care in the morning, wondering if they're going to be open. A spokesperson for pierce county public work says crews are monitoring conditions and will be ready to respond. Main roads got assault application on Friday. And more areas were treated Monday morning. Still, some hope the lowland snow proves to be a no show. I don't enjoy the snow. Yeah, we're ready for spring. Yes, wise, the morning commute gets underway. Pierce county road crews will be patrolling for snow and ice concerns. They say they'll be ready to respond as needed. Back to you. Joel, thank you. Pierce county has a fleet of 30 snow plows. They say how many get deployed depends on weather conditions. The county also operates two motor graders, which are put to work in high elevation communities that get significant snowfall. And meteorologists are now here now to continue our team coverage on this weather war night. So where else could we see the snow by morning? Just about anywhere. It's another one of these marginal events. There's a region wide winter weather advisory. We'll dive into that momentarily because the possibility is anywhere from the cascades all the way down to sea level as we take tempts to about freezing overnight. But as Mary mentioned, these are bursts of snow. This is not a front coming through where the precipitation is really steady and we've got this start and stop time. Instead, it's like watching pieces of popcorn kind of pop up around the sound and figuring out who's going to get snow and who's going to get rain. We've got a combination of both. We'll see anywhere from nothing at all, and that will be the majority of us. On up to a trace to two inches, although there could be a few stray spots, especially in the usual locations, the foothills that get a little bit more just a little bit colder up there. Down below, we're just right on the cusp between rain and snow. Mid 30s for most of us, including in Bellingham where it's presently 34. And as such, look at the radar picture. Absolutely everything falling out there from snow to sleep to some cold rainfall. You see the snow, it's been falling for hours, actually between forks and Lake Crescent, neo bay two, mainly green for puget sound. That is rain, but you see a wide swath of snow hanging out over the north end of Lake Washington right now all the way back out toward the issaquah highlands. So some of us sing rain, some sleet, some snow. You can see in the purple shaded area that's that winter weather advisory in place overnight through tomorrow. If anything a trace to an inch or two, a very sloppy, quickly melting wet snow for many of us, and isolated two to four inches possible, but that will be an outlier. What about later tomorrow it's the final afternoon of February? We'll let you know if it starts to warm up into march coming up in the rest of my forecast. All right, thanks. Shannon let's get
"lake crescent" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Other violent get in Chicago. Police say At least at least 86 people have been shot 14 fails. On Friday, community activists took to the street to protest violence Superintendent He's Miami Dade County are the negative encompasses another victim's been found in the rubble of a collapsed building in Florida, bringing the death toll to 28. Rescuers are searching through new areas. I work Senator Several people in the Chicago area this weekend. A teenager setting on fire on the fires outside was severely injured happened on six last night at one 29th place in Egleston, not far. As they returned to commuting to offices. WGN News with WGN sports here is smart, and it could all come to an end tonight. Cynical On the year when the Tokyo Golf is out. Ousted by Angelique Kerber, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer rolling along winner Take Democratic DDS What's the forecast on WGN? It's 89. Now we'll hear 90 and 91 along Chicago's lakefront. I'm Bob Castle, very on 7 20 w D N Bone guests back in before the blast. Chicago is an Obama not good news nation. I'll ask the questions and you make a girl. Mind find us on down to 23 directive 70 80%. Oh, yeah. Saxophone coming in there. Think little positivity going. I just mind feed this morning was filled with a lot, of course in the news, and we need to cover course talk about everything happening. In the Chicago River. Beautiful sales is like that. You know, the city has multi manifests. It sure doesn't support celebrated, so I'm very lucky. I work for our friends over to block clubs. Going to do anything, but, you know, I feel like this was like we were supposed to be kind of the I know it's not the end of pandemic. Don't be wrong. We have dealt very 91 vaccinated. It's still worldwide. And she's posting for Chicago Health Initiative and just it was simple. We need lunch donations for people. We talk about food, deserts bunch on the station, but in the end, of course, For people and she did it during her law school. Let's look at this. You hear from Ukraine? Village pictures were over. Zoom. I would be doing something you'll drop by elections are going on feeling vegetables or something like that. I'm sure the professor The bell around holidays. You have theme baskets or at least style dinner or Thanksgiving there. I just can't imagine your own kitchen. So when trying And these two dancers out of the Pilsen neighborhood. Besides another informed of his pandemic, a competitive dance team for residents. Lot of the times you the competitive teams are just charging what they charge for profits. What's their business and whatever means they don't get anybody. Am to teach the students how to dance well in hip hop and have fun a lot of videos, and that's what they did really well in competition this year, some family could pay anything for their kids to be able to. Every game Final right here on seventh light. If you've got insurance questions, you could talk your nana, but she probably just tell you how she injured her couch from stains. Somewhat, but at every opportunity Nice party more value. Welcome back in my face as close as far as the interior paint primer started deploying 66 700. The health care crisis exploded five per summer travels from the dream of beaches and open road tonight. That's the extra baggage. Here's some information. Did you get like two minutes of time? And you get a fast if we're telling tax divorcee and free hotels hey was really like helping kids is a no brainer. Feeling different weeks in the evenings, and it was a stranger stacking every night we would have a half hour where we do shout out to first founders and what we found. Three times a week. Really? Before you go. You ready to Columbus? So that's I forgot we must training before K race in Evanston. And I swam in Lake Crescent Washington a month ago to harmonica in your mouth, you know, over here. This is what I think because he would have about as much but mostly just disoriented. I found other things going up and people need to get your Chicago double angle. Whatever you do, don't let anyone so he just consulted with faster decided that's ready to go to England and every week Everybody. Good. A beautiful, beautiful, beautiful people. Well here once again, you have to say. And it just happens something over 30 years they're getting on getting a good cut. So they began growing school started telling other people and He's not joking. If you hold your Facebook page and see what he does, I mean, there are Facebook videos lives, therefore, fighters as long he left two of them in Roman same day, and there he is. The act of setting up shop in a public square kind of courage, community and renders visible people often ignored by society. That's Jamie Nesbitt Golden Reporter block liberating that, but he has Patrick. She's the pastor at the historic Stone Temple Missionary Baptist Church. This is the North Lawndale community, and it's a neighborhood that has seen obviously its fair share of violence. But like most of these 99.9 Using old shipping containers using untrained trucks, and they have a florist. In one of them. They have a coffee shop in one of them. They have a museum in the other and instead of right by the church and a pretty busy Community is definitely have to get the people to realize that one thing I noticed about when you start the green areas in your community, people buy into it. They want to be a part of the Indian one. The museum. There is, uh, was a long day All of the history and the spirits of the patrons. Historic Church. Martin King spent some time there. I'm looking Jr basically spent some time there and And not that we can't talk about. The bad thing is so important to him, and I got to get politicians to do things differently. Community leaders do things differently, but there are so many people. Okay. We are just about ready to start the pregame show the game for Game four of the Stanley Cup finals right before I go. I want to let you all know that the show here starting next Saturday from 3 to 5, it's called Let's get legal power by the Illinois. A bit for me today. John Hanson and 50. Bertrand back tomorrow..
"lake crescent" Discussed on Mindy Diamond on Independence: A Podcast for Financial Advisors Considering Change
"I wanted to ask you a question. You mentioned equity. It's so interesting because before a decade ago or so advisors were really negatives about equity recruiting deals had historically been paid part cash and part equity and in the financial crisis when all of that equity was worth nothing and they realize that they left a whole lot on the table. Advisors were loath to take equity as part of a recruiting deal but in the last decade or so the ria space and firms in it lake crescent have really proven that equity can be incredibly valuable. And you know what you said analogize it to the old partnerships affirms like alex brown and goldman sachs. Peo- is exactly right. So can you talk to us a little bit about how you structure deals. The part cash in part equity and how these advisers are bankers coming on are feeling about cashew versus equity in the incentive for sure to first of all which go back one step a lot of failures of the firms were equity was a big deal or at least the more public known ones and do a lot with structure where they were giving equity but there are giving equity in a pool that was consistently being diluted by additional people coming on only diluting that pool. In other words they weren't aligning the adviser equity with. That's not what we do so we only bring on. Its is give backwards. We think it's credence to the whole business. So each time a new adviser comes on our business grows there is dilution of everybody radha but hopefully the dilution is less than the accretion that we will get from having brought on those great people. They're going to help. The business folds with very very careful and selective obviously about what we who bring the equity value is really interesting thing. It's we're in the third inning of crosses. Maybe maybe the second inning obviously not even four years old or a new business in our view is that that equity will continue to double every few years and as a result advisors have a really good opportunity and feel really good about it. I will tell you the best evidence i have of it. Is we have two things going on right now. One is it. We have a number of our advisers who have asked if their compensation can be in that prophets interests or equity as compared to cash. In other words they want a higher percentage of their compensation equity. Okay well that's pretty much unheard of gone wise. If it's incredible yes and every year we do compensate you know if there's there's bonuses for our people who are not the advisors we give them a portion of cash and stock with the advisers themselves are asking to take some percentage of their compensation inequity of versus cash. The second thing is that for the last several months. We've been working legally to figure out how a non-qualified investors circle advisors and other folks can invest directly in our private investment opportunities in refinery. Figured that out in in you know. It's been much more demand there than i thought there would be so folks that are working for us our understanding how this is working And they're very excited. Well i think that. That's i talk a lot about a a real shift in adviser mindset in the last decade or so and when i started the business you're twenty five years ago cash was king and it was all there was and i think today when a firm can make the case can be transparent about what the equity can be worth how the firms valued what they see. Is the end game in ways for the advisor monetize. The equity advisors are pretty excited about it and then the calculus is. Do i want to bet on building my own equity or do i believe that to be part of the whole of what you're building will ultimately be more valuable so i went up at on a you asked about structure. It can be seventy five twenty five. It can be seventy thirty. It can be sixty forty. You can be fifty fifty with the first component being cash. Somebody says you know my business has this value. You're going to buy my business I want seventy percent seventy five percent cash. I'm willing to do that. I don't think that's the best thing for that. I think they'll probably wish they had taken more equity but certainly happy to do that. So i think it's great because they get the opportunity to monetize a portion cash in have to vets going. And i always tell the story of when i was in the private equity business a very good friend who was a private equity senior person at a bold fracking of firm headed private equity group decided leave often zone as very excited for him in then. He told me that he was partnering with boutique investment banking firm and he was going to give up half of the carried interest of us getting on his private equity side but getting some stock in that firm and i thought gee that's kinda curious because this guy was a can't miss guy who's going to make a lot of money in the private equity business in the end. It was very interesting. He made a lot more money on. Would he got stock from the firm. Then he necessarily did on his carried interest in. It really opened my eyes to this multiple ways to win philosophy and the idea that it just makes a whole lot of sense and then if you add to that that our people get a chance to invest and very unique investment opportunities along the way it ends a third wave. I think that's yeah. So how are the advisers bankers that you've hired over the last three and a half years. How are they doing now. How much have they grown under the crescent umbrella. And what do you think's driving that. Maybe you can give us some specific examples. Yes sure so. A sought in one of the sheets today that ubs was bringing out another group of private bankers. And i think the line was. They think that they're going to bring twenty five percent of their clients and fifty percents that revenues and that really sure how that math works to begin with but the twenty five percent number is pretty aspirational generally always out fires. But when private bankers come over to the history is twelve to twenty five percent for better private bankers generally with bring over two or three years. So that's not growth Yet because of our brand and because of what we've done every one of the private bankers we brought over who needed to get to a crossover point where forty percent of their revenues cover their salaries gotten there and gotten there sometimes two to three to one so most of the early mover soon have been with us two years more are well over three and a half. Four million dollars practices is so they've grown in as everybody recognizes. There's the garden in the little bit of a difficult start for them so it doesn't happen immediately. It happens so i think that's attributed to who they are but also attributed to are they who they are coupled with the brand and then the businesses. We have grown dramatically. I mentioned Carpet the best example. It's is crawling over thirty sat. And i know one of the things you've done is really doubled down and invested in building extraordinarily robust infrastructure with real rockstar leadership. Talent and i imagine it's part of that that that support that drives some of the growth at the advisors you've recruited have experienced. So what can you tell us about. Those folks you've hired and wyatt matters critical to hire people. The juno know how to bring in business in. There's advisors are continuing. There are those advisers that are fabulous new business people in fabulous with clients in servicing clients. There are those that are one or the other and there are those that are somewhere in the middle in. It's a continuum if you can add to that. Mix the ability to.
"lake crescent" Discussed on KOMO
"Two week quarantine in the next 24 hours. Then they'll try to uncover how the virus first emerged in the city that was once the epicenter of the now global outbreak. Here's another look at the snow coming down in C back tonight. Pretty sizable flakes. Parts of kids up County and the Hood Canal could see a few and just sticking around sticking to the ground tonight and check out Portland, Portland saw bigger burst of snow, creating some message in slippery roads. California's taking the brunt of this system. Take a look at this satellite image. The heaviest snow is hitting the Sierra Nevada mountains. All right, so back to that sea back image, just like you forecast the hood Canal area, Kids up county and it's pretty impressive. Yeah, it's nice when a plan comes together and it obeys it goes according to plan. It is definitely the snow. We sighted the sound that West side they're close to the hood Canal. We're gonna talk all about why? That's the case tonight in just a moment, But this was the view over Silverdale. As captured by our chief Kobo news photographer Erik Jensen. He said there was enough snow at that point for a snowman or snowball. Rather, but not as no man. Not quite yet. We'll see how we do buy dog, but we do have a couple of issues out there. First of all, definitely on that wet tack West side of the kids, that peninsula we've got that sloppy snow coming down. We've seen some near the ocean beaches as well. What's pushing it over there. The howling Cascadia wins ripping through the foothills right now, and as things start to settle down, the winds die down overnight. We might have a few slippery spots here right closer to high five too. So a very complicated weather picture tonight. Remember on the radar imagery that blue matches up with snowfall and we've seen a lot of that today. No, the coastline, including near Grays harbor and back toward hope, whim. Warmer air, just starting to eat away at things. They're right near the immediate Pacific, but still a little bit of wet snow falling between Forks and Lake Crescent. The real spot dealing with some slippery conditions by now is certainly that west side of the kids have peninsula and then the eastern slopes of the Olympics. You can see all of that a snow coming down at this point from Brennan and Quill scene. All the way down toward to Julia and into Shelton tonight as well, and it's making some progress. We're seeing some of that snow working its way to the East here now, some wet snow coming down as well through Bainbridge Island. So we talked again about the winter weather advisory in place there for the kids happen, Insula, But you see, it's there in place for the southwest interior to the will of fails as well. And then all the way back over the Cascades. We're seeing a couple of inches of snow as we head into the overnight tonight too. In terms of the current temperatures thirties for most of us here, including over Bremerton, where it's just 34 degrees right now, But again, we're staying closer to the forties and downtown Seattle. So the view right now over downtown, it's just pretty quiet. We're seeing a little bit of occasional drizzle on a little bit of wet snow in the mix. It's 43 right now and again. It's the easterly winds which have been howling here through the Cascade foothills. To the tune of 30 to 45 MPH right now, picking up to nearly 30 out of Issaquah North Bend, gusting to 22. So against those easterly winds, pushing that snow toward the west side of the kids happen insula and creating that little snow engine there on that side of Puget Sound. Future cash shows when actually we mentioned that being an issue here overnight and into our Wednesday morning tomorrow, you can see some of that snow in play as we head into the next several hours there and again back toward Womack and into the Okanogan Plateau. We're going to see some of that snow piling up overnight to the tune of 3 to 6 inches as well. So keeps on coming there, whereas on this side of the Cascades is going to start drying out. Excuse me as we head into the overnight again Chili and enough of that wet snow on the kids outside that we could see some icy roadways there in the morning as we head into tomorrow afternoon temperatures back into the mid forties here around the sound so That's not the kind of cold air that's going to support the snow here in the lower terrain for very long, same for the ocean beaches. We're starting to see that warmer air taking over right now, where is in eastern Washington Temps back into the thirties there around Lakesha lan and when, actually Valley and so you're gonna have a few inches of snow there on the ground as we head into tomorrow morning. As a result, we've got this weather warning places we head into Wednesday morning, and that's because of that wet snow on the west side of the kids up Peninsula 1 to 3 inches of snow expected there the rest of us probably missing out for the most part this time around. Week away from ground hog day, Seahawks finally had decided a new offensive coordinator, and he's coming over from the division rival in Scott Service. With his thoughts on the Mariners getting ready to begin spring training, independent exports is next. Children's National Hospital in Washington, D. C Improves Children's health by developing better treatments and technologies as one of the top Children's hospitals in the nation. 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"Kristen Clarke in Seattle right now, mostly sunny with some clouds on our horizon, it's 50 degrees. Come one whose time to 36. Washington Education Association says teachers working in person at schools need to get the covert vaccine come on. Sue Romero has that story. Teachers were not among the first group eligible to get the vaccine, according to the State Department of Health. Those included high risk health care workers and long term care residents. But Washington Education Association president Larry Delaney says any educator regardless of age who's working in person with students? Should have access to the vaccine. We're advocating that all educators be moved up in the priority list. That priority list in the States. Vaccine plan has K through 12 teachers falling into the third group eligible in February. That's after people 70 years and older and 50 and older living in multigenerational homes. Sue Romero come on. News crews still busy this hour in the north end and south end of Well, actually, let me just amended this cruiser Busy statewide right now because of the fallen limbs and restoring power doesn't really matter where you look the wind and nasty weather hit everybody. Couples. Corwin Hank has an update from Snohomish County. Everywhere I go. I see evidence of the overnight windstorm, mostly in the form of evergreen bows scattered over roadways overturned curbside trash cans. And here and there are large fallen branch. My colleague, Coma reporter Ryan Harris checked in from south effort, He says the winds really began picking up late last night. We got crazy high winds blowing through That I thought were going to blow over some of the bigger trees in the area where I live. Fallen trees are all over, according to Rocky, all events with Washington State patrol, so just be aware that there might be treason. The road's slow down Pay more attention to the road, increasing following distance. Make sure your lights are on and be patient as road crews and power companies work hard to repair the damage. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news couples Carleen Johnson was in South King County Wind speeds gusting over 50 miles an hour more than 60 and federal way more than 70 Miles an hour across what come county. Some trees came down across them. Student housing on campus. One student was injured. Huge limbs are down across the region and power repair crews will be putting in a very long day snapped off in the backyard. One big fir tree laying on my neighbor's house, John well, lives in Puyallup, a few blocks off Canyon Road east were several homes are damaged. In Tacoma firefighters had to rescue a homeowner on South Mason Avenue. Huge trees sheered off nearly a quarter of the home there. Courtney Carpenter is a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Seattle. We are at a record when third to the year and so Ground saturated and that causes trees to fall down with less winds that then we might typically see Highway one of one blocked at Lake Crescent this morning because of slides and trees down. Carleen Johnson come, Oh news, and even now, thousands are still without power. After the storm. Andrew Padilla with Puget Sound Energy reports more than 184,000 households remain out. One of the things that we're trying to do is just get our Image assessment crews out in about so they can get an idea of what we're dealing with and determine the extent that of repairs that are going to be needed. And Aaron Sweeney's with Snohomish County beauty, he says. They're working on about 68,000. We're asking for a lot of patients from people and hoping that the other emergency kids and And and candles and flashlights ready. Seattle City light reports about 11,000 customers still without electricity, the eastern side of the states. They weren't spared, either it strong winds knocked out power to nearly 100,000 customers at the height of the storm. Ah, woman in her forties was killed this morning when a tree fell on her car at an intersection. Our sister station in Spokane, Kxl. Wiese's people took steps to prevent further deaths. A neighbor that I spoke with tells me that Someone actually moved their car into the right hand lane in order to stop traffic from going through. What about my front window thinking? It's gonna be one of these out in the front. There was this one on the back and it was like Dang. I'm just glad nobody got hurt in the process. This morning, Spokane's airport reported its second highest wind gust at 71 MPH. Kelly Blier COMA NEWS. It's to 40 time for an update on sports from the Beacon Plumbing sports desk With Cuomo's bill Sports. The NHL drops the puck on a challenging 2021 season. A coronavirus abbreviated 56.
"lake crescent" Discussed on KOMO
"Stay informed. Co Moh midday. Lots of blue Sky I and 46 degrees downtown. At 11 02 on this Wednesday morning. I'm Tom help with our top story. Come on. 24 7 news Center as we continue with debate over the impeachment of President Trump in Washington, D C to Republicans from Washington, speaking in favor of impeachment, representative Dan Newhouse from Central Washington. These articles of impeachment are flawed. But I will not use process as an excuse. There is no excuse for President Trump's actions, representative Jamie Herrera Butler, also in favor of impeachment. Power outages continue to be resolved today after last night's storm, But still many thousands don't have electricity. You decide. Energy reports 232,000 customers without power. Seattle City Light has nearly 41,000 outages. Snohomish beauty more than 86,000. Smaller utilities on both sides of the Cascades also report tens of thousands of outages, almost calling Johnson toward the damage from the windstorm in South King County. Wind speeds gusting over 50 miles an hour more than 60 and federal way more than 70 Miles an hour across what come county. Some trees came down across from student housing on campus. One student was injured. Huge limbs are down across the region and power repair crews will be putting in a very long day snapped off in the backyard. One big fir tree laying on my neighbor's house, John well, lives in Puyallup, a few blocks off Canyon Road east were several homes are damaged. In Tacoma Firefighters had to rescue a homeowner on South Mason Avenue. Huge tree sheared off nearly a quarter of the home there. Courtney Carpenter is a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Seattle. We are on a record wet start to the year and so Ground is saturated, and that causes trees to fall down with less winds that then we might typically see Highway one of one blocked at Lake Crescent this morning because of slides and trees down. Carleen Johnson come. Oh news. The mail truck driver survived a harrowing experience earlier this morning as a wind gust nearly pushed his semi over the.
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"People without electricity. And in the Snohomish County, P ut It's 93,000 customers who are out of power. We begin our coverage with Cuomo's Carleen Johnson, who filed this report from South King County wins means guessing over 50 Miles an hour more than 60 and federal way more than 70 Miles an hour across what come county where some trees Came down across from student housing on campus. One student was injured. Huge limbs are down across the region and power repair crews will be putting in a very long day. Backyard one big fir tree laying on my neighbor's house, John well, lives in Puyallup, a few blocks off Canyon Road east were several homes are damaged. In Tacoma Firefighters had to rescue a homeowner on South Mason Avenue huge tree sheared off nearly a quarter of the home there. Courtney Carpenter is a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Seattle. We are on a record when I start to the year and so Ground is saturated and that causes trees to fall down with less wind that then we might typically see Highway one of one blocked at Lake Crescent this morning because of slides and trees down. Carleen Johnson come on Use the driver of a mail truck is lucky to be alive. After surviving a herring experience. Early this morning, a wind gust nearly pushed his semi over the rail of the deception past Bridge. Jeff Miles says his driver's side door is all that stood between him and a 180 ft plunge. Look down at the water, so I wasn't gonna open that door. He told KOMO News that he scrambled Upward to safety out the passenger side. That section of highway 20 is still closed this morning, and there's also a dangerous tree at one end of the bridge that has to be removed, and crews can't do that, until daylight crews are busy in the north and cleaning up and call most. Corwin Hate has more from Snohomish County. Everywhere I go, I see evidence of the overnight windstorm, mostly in the form of evergreen bows scattered over roadways. Overturned curbside trash cans and here and there are large, fallen branch. My colleague, Coma reporter Ryan Harris checked in from south effort, He says the winds really began picking up late last night. We got crazy high winds blowing through That I thought were going to blow over some of the bigger trees in the area where I live. Fallen trees are all over, according to Rocky, all a fence with Washington State Patrol. Just be aware that there might be treason. The road's slow down Pay more attention to the road, increasing following distance. Make sure your lights are on and be patient as road crews and power companies work hard to repair the damage. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news What's coming up after we check traffic and weather? The feds say, scrap your plan. Let's roll out the vaccine. This way. I'm Brian covered with the change. Washington may not make easily. First we check your driver Komal traffic every 10 minutes on the floors from the demon Law Group Traffic center. Here's Kira Jordan. We've been working with a crash traveling north on state route 169 at Cedar Grove that's been causing a mile back up into the area in Maltby. Traffic alternating on highway nine year to 28th instituted trees in the road. And if you're traveling south on Highway nine You're sitting in a solid mile and a half back up there. And when Bonnie Lake both directions of highway 4 10 are really backed up approaching both of veterans Memorial Drive in the westbound direction. Sky Island driving eastbound direction of westbound drive has over a mile back up. I don't have anything officially reported in the area might guess, though, is that it's probably a traffic like that isn't working properly. Work down 16 sevens going to be slow out of Sumner into alguna north Bound four or five years. State route 1 16 You see a crash on the shoulder and then we continue with the busy drive from sunset through Newcastle, North Carolina, five has been slow for mid Boeing Field to Seneca and North about 99 backed up approaching the First Avenue South Bridge. Our next Cuomo traffic up 7 14. This report is sponsored by only orthe over the world class positions and all the Northwest South sound. Well, I take a long, stressful drive when only Ortho was right in your own backyard. The Oracle has your back your knee. Your hip, your shoulder. You get it on the Ortho, Calm your life in motion. Let's get our forecast for a meteorologist Kristen Clarke. Strong winds howled through the strait and sound overnight, causing tree damage and numerous power outages across western.