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Lake Stevens man charged with murder for fatal bus shooting
"It's when he fatally shot a passenger on a transit bus has been charged with second degree murder ever. Police were called out the night of March, 7 to report the assault on a bus when they arrived. Jean Peterson was dead. Alejandra Meza told police. He argued with Peterson because Peterson was using drugs on the bus. Meza claimed he saw Peterson reach for something, so he shot him. Arraignment set for next week. Asian American groups
How to make your podcast stand out
"In today's episode you'll learn what it takes to stand out in a crowded podcast category. Walk into podcasting cuna. Were you learn the best tips and strategies to launch. Grow and monetize your podcast. This question comes from trevor. Hail trevor here from one pd. And i'm wondering how to stand out when there's a quite a few podcasts. In your category for example when pd is in actual play podcast where we play dungeons and dragons and there's quite a few of them out there i'm wondering for inspiration to set ourselves apart Find a way to prove that were not just another. Dnd podcast hasso any recommendations you have. There would be very appreciated thanks much. Thanks for your question trevor. Now it is true that as podcasting has grown over the last several years certain categories in certain types of shows have become more saturated. But that doesn't mean that there's no room for anything new that you can't build a meaningful audience talking about something that you love so in this episode. I'll talk about three ways that you can separate yourself from the pack and really stand out so you can grow meaningful audience. Even if you're podcasting in a very crowded space the first thing that you'll need to focus on if you're trying to differentiate yourself from other podcast in your category is focus on quality if your listeners have a wide variety of options to choose from when it comes to your subject matter. They're naturally going to go towards the ones that are the most pleasant to listen to. And so you want to focus on making a high quality. Podcast and quality really comes down to two things audio quality. And how well you edit your podcast episodes when it comes to all you quality. There's not a lot you have to do to produce a well recorded show. All you need to do is use a podcast microphone correctly using good microphone. Technique makes you record in a well-treated environment whether it's a walk in closet or a home office. That doesn't have a lot of echo in the background. And then when it comes to editing your podcast episodes a cleanly edited episode will typically win out over a freeform unedited podcast episode long gone. Are the days where you can. Just turn on your microphone. Start recording for two hours. And then upload your podcast host. That's not really doing it anymore. If you want to really grow a meaningful audience this is just a hobby. And you're doing it for fun. Absolutely do your thing. Do what makes you happy. But if you're trying to grow a meaningful audience you need to be editing. Your podcast episodes second thing you can do to really separate yourself from the pack is put more of your personality into your shell. It doesn't matter what you're talking about. The only thing that cannot be replicated. Is you your personality your sense of humor your little quirks the more that you can add your own personality your own touch to the things. You're talking about the more. You will separate yourself from other podcasts. Because the information for the most part is widely available for all of our podcast that we do here a bus route whether it's podcasting q. And a. or bus. Caster how to start a podcast. That information is available in other places other people talk about these subjects as well but the reason that our podcast to exceptionally well in our category is because we're very personable. You know we we talk about the things that we love talking about. In recent episode of bus cast talked about a mystery of why a bunch of people were getting podcast in lake stevens. And you know had a lot of fun with that segment and that was one of the most talked about segments in the entire history of that podcast and we just had a lot of fun with it so the more fun you can have your podcast more personality you can put into it the less likely someone else is going to be able to steal your thunder third thing. You should focus on his collaborating with other podcasters in your space wo travis or are you saying i should go on other people's podcasts. And share my knowledge my expertise with them and help their podcast grow. Yeah because what's going to happen is when you collaborate with other podcasters. Some of their audience is gonna come and check out your show as well. This really is a situation where the rising tide lifts all boats. So people subscribe to podcasts all the time people are subscribed to more than one podcast in your category typically and so. You're not competing apples to apples with other podcasts. If you go and your expertise on somebody else podcast and then they come on as a guest on your podcast. That's going to help. Both of your audiences grow. And here's the cool thing. If you're in a crowded podcast category. That means people wanna hear what you have to say. So the more that you can leverage those existing by collaborating with those podcasts by being a guest on those podcasts by interacting with those podcast hosts and getting to know them and building relationships that is going to help your podcast growth significantly as you continue to put episodes month after month. Thank you so much for sending us your question
Seattle - Lake Stevens man arrested after pursuit with Snohomish sheriff’s deputies
"Snohomish County Sheriff's Office is a 40 year old Lake Stevens man is under arrest of his shooting A deputy's late last night, according to the sheriff's office. Deputies tried to pull the man over, but he jumped out of his car on Mill Point drive and fired shots of deputies. No one was hit. Deputies say that man entered someone's garage in the home owner called 911. A short time Later, deputies had the man in custody.
"lake stevens" Discussed on KOMO
"Turbo in the backfield more from Kamose bill source at the Harley exterior sports desk Marshawn Lynch and Robert Turbin were the mainstay of Seattle's backfield in two thousand twelve and thirteen when they powered into a couple of Super Bowl games now lynching turban or emergency additions to a Seattle offense decimated by injuries turban was hoping and praying he would return to the sea hawks N. B. Lynch's teammate again he would ask me like Hey you know if you had a choice where would you want to go and I said man if I go back home to Seattle I would love to play there again and so you know here we are we found out it was it was kind of funny big smile on my face big small it has like mad at this have been how much either fellow will play is still to be determined Sunday night when the Seahawks entertain the San Francisco forty Niners winner gets the N. F. C. west title the Washington Huskies are losing quarterback Jake a piece into the NFL draft the fourth year junior from lake Stevens began all thirteen games for the dogs after transferring back to his home state from the university of Georgia husky football basketball and the biggest you dub stories of two thousand nineteen all featured at seven o'clock income most Thursday night dog house at the independence bowl Louisiana tech beat Miami or Florida fourteen a nothing sports update to ten forty after the hour bill Schwartz on the home of the Huskies come all news the man charged with killing two college students including the brother of San Francisco forty Niners quarterback CJ bettered is behind bars as the family of those killed continue to mourn twenty three year old Michael Mosely recently added to Tennessee's ten most wanted list was found alone in a vacant home twenty miles outside of Nashville and taken into custody on Christmas day also not heard come out come out we've got you surrounded mostly is accused in the stabbing deaths of twenty two year old Clayton bad third and twenty one year old Paul trip PT according to police the young men were murdered outside a bar following an argument that began when mostly he allegedly made unwanted advances towards a female friend of the victims during the fight the investigation shows that.
"lake stevens" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Com police in lake Stevens are investigating after gumballs handed out to trick or treaters tested positive for PCP however we DO stallion Raftery has more this morning while talking with students at Cavalera mid high school resource officer noticed some doubles said didn't look store bought preliminary results from a field test showed up positive for PCP hallucinogenic drug sometimes feel tests can give a false positive because of a chemical reaction with sugar so the gumballs are being sent to the state crime lab to confirm those results meanwhile if you or a family member got any of the gumballs you're asked to contact lake Stevens police the gumballs in question label double bubble and given out in clear plastic baggies students so far have tested negative for the drug an eighteen year old has been arrested and four teenagers released to their parents after they allegedly used in airsoft gun to shoot at trick or treaters in the area we had at least one child that was struck by their soft color surgeon mine abit says the group was caught in a stolen car the university of Washington is being asked to shut down a chapter of college Republicans by the clubs own National Committee it calls the group's recent actions hurtful and inappropriate the group sack while thank tells Katie T. H. if not more than being a part of the organization as it is we've built a brand and there's a legacy at the school with the brand that we have been the college Republicans since before the Nixon era you don't Republicans have been blasted for some of their social media posts and hosting events from controversial commentators repair work has begun on the Aurora bridge.
"lake stevens" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Com police in lake Stevens are investigating after gumballs handed out to trick or treaters tested positive for PCP cover radios Gillian Raftery has more this morning while talking with students at Cavalera mid high school resource officer noticed some dumbells said didn't look store bought preliminary results from a field test showed up positive for PCP hallucinogenic drug sometimes feel tests can give a false positive because of a chemical reaction with sugar so the gumballs are being sent to the state crime lab to confirm those results meanwhile if you or a family member got any of the gumballs your roster contact lake Stevens police the gumballs in question label double bubble and given out in clear plastic baggies and so far have tested negative for the drug an eighteen year old has been arrested and four teenagers released to their parents after they allegedly used in airsoft gun to shoot at trick or treaters in the area we had at least one child that was struck by air soft palate thank you my now that says the group was caught in a stolen car the university of Washington is being asked to shut down a chapter of the college Republicans by the clubs National Committee it calls the group's recent actions hurtful and inappropriate the group Zakk Wylde thing tells Katy TA character proper margin being a part of the organization as it is we've built a brand and there's a legacy of the school what does the brand that we have been the college Republicans since before the Nixon era you don't Republicans have been blasted for some of their social media posts and hosting events from controversial commentators repair work has begun on the Aurora bridge.
"lake stevens" Discussed on KOMO
"In lake Stevens the construction of west on highway two just after twentieth street southeast is blocking the right lane that's causing a slow down there our next couple traffic at nine oh four normal weather art Sanders becoming mostly cloudy tonight lows mid fifties tomorrow mostly cloudy in the morning becoming mostly sunny mid seventies mostly cloudy on Saturday highs in the lower seventies on Sunday mostly cloudy slight chance of rain again in the morning with mid seventies partly sunny Monday chance of rain high seventies partly sunny Tuesday near eighty Wednesday partly sunny slight chance of rain highs near eighty and partly sunny Thursday to the chancery in upper seventies overnight lows around sixty that's your latest weather from the Cold War forecast team your call will consumer tip hears her voice mom having trouble with your hearing if so you're not alone it's estimated that thirty six million Americans suffer hearing loss in nearly half of never been tested standard hearing tester done by audiologist but now you can take a screening test over the phone welcome to the national hearing test here's how it works you will hear three digit sequence is presented in a noisy background after each sequence enter the three digits you heard using the telephone keypad nine Dr Jon Schwartzberg head of the editorial board at the UC Berkeley wellness letter tells me the national hearing test has been shown to be a reliable screening test it turns out that you're hearing is moderately impaired or substantially impair thing you need to see a certified audiologist to get checked out the national hearing test costs eight dollars it's free for a a RP members so if you're having trouble hearing get tested sooner rather than later more about this in the consumer section of komo news dot com her voice bomb como news.
Earthquake rattles Seattle area, followed by aftershock
"Desk top story this morning a four point six magnitude earthquake has rattled the three lakes area that southeast of lake Stevens minutes later a three point five magnitude aftershock hit near the city of Monroe it gave Ben and Everett a rude awakening two weeks ago I got a big guy game of thrones picture for my birthday at about ten seconds before the earthquake hit my dog ran into my room jumped on my bed and I felt the rattling felt the bed shake and sand the picture came off hit me that my dog and pretty good I bet no reports of any major do major damage or
"lake stevens" Discussed on KOMO
"Oh six. Microsoft says it will pledge a half billion dollars to solve the crisis of affordable housing, especially on the east side almost Corwin Hake is live with the details. The software giant has been headquartered thirteen miles east of downtown Seattle for thirty three years, and in that time has brought thousands of high paid tech workers into neighborhoods, formerly known for middle class comfort, not wealthy access. Now. Microsoft says it will address the sharp decline in housing affordability with a five hundred million. Dollar pledge in a company video announcing the pledge we hear from regular folks, like Bellevue police officer Christopher wish who works on the east side, but can't afford to live there after I got hired here. We looked into buying home. And after looking in the east side it was incredibly expensive. So I live in lake Stevens. The commute is terrible. You know, forty minutes to hours, it can take a lot out of you. Microsoft has two hundred twenty five million will go toward building and preserving middle income housing. Six eastside cities, another two hundred fifty million supports construction of low income housing. Finally, twenty five million dollars will address homelessness in greater Seattle. And we'll learn a lot more when Microsoft briefs the media on this later this morning reporting live Corwin Hake, KOMO news. And we'll learn more about even before that at seven fifteen this morning. Microsoft president Brad Smith is what a join us live here on the KOMO morning. News air traffic controllers at sea are warning travelers about the impacts of the government shutdown. If it continues get the. The update from komo's Tammy matassa air traffic controllers like Alex Navarro are warning the shutdown is creating safety.
"lake stevens" Discussed on KOMO
"Thanks Jen. Komo's marrying me off ski has your forecast there. I hope you like yesterday sunshine. Because we have more on tap today we should get into the upper. Seventies to low eighties in and around the metro area a little bit cooler. At the coast in light winds out there we shouldn't. Have too much Hayes a, little bit but we are going to be free and clear from that as we get into. Wednesday and Thursday we have a system moving in that will cool our temperatures down from the eighties into the upper sixties to low. Seventies with a chance of showers on Thursday Possibly into the weekend in the KOMO weather center I'm Aaron Katersky fifty eight degrees. With clear skies in downtown Seattle KOMO news time, is now four thirty five investigators say a string of fires in Kitsap county are suspicious and connected, komo's Steve McCarron has the story for the fires happened Friday investigators believe they were all man-made they just don't know the intent behind the terrible thing to do Enjoy nature counties. Fire marshal believes all of the fires. Are connected because of how close they are to one another when they happened and how they started luckily firefighters got him out quickly. But conditions here are extremely dry and. There are plenty of fuels that could lead to extensive damage Asia The more people that are out here walking the less. Chance that he will turn up again or get a chance. To do any more damage and. So far investigators, do not have, any suspects that's komo's Steve McCarron reporting KOMO news time is four thirty-six. Out a week before. Seattle public school students are scheduled to head back to class on September fifth teachers say the possibility of a strike is looming komo's Mitch Pittman is, following the story Seattle public schools released a statement saying. Their negotiations with the teachers union ended on Saturday without an agreement new contracts with teachers unions are happening all over Washington this year with nearly eight billion dollars up for grabs as a. Part of the mccleary decision, to properly, fund education Seattle's getting more than forty million of that this year but the district says, the problems come next school year when they're facing a deficit optimism coming from Seattle public schools saying our expectation is that an agreement will. Be reached before school starts that's, komo's Mitch Pittman reporting mount Vernon, teachers will be on the picket lines that they don't have a contr Tracked for the start of school on September. Fifty voted to approve a strike. Last night meanwhile, there's new contract, for lake Stevens teachers after their vote to approve an agreement Monday Everett. Also as a tentative. Agreement but there's still the chance of a strike and several other districts including can't Tukwila and STAN would Camino Monroe teachers are still working hammer out, a deal as are their counterparts in Salton they want. To get a deal done we don't want to not start school contracts for both districts expire on Friday construction workers are in their second week of a strike that's ground projects around our. Area to a halt at, prime time, for building Kumble's met Mark of it says the two sides are talking Warns of support.
"lake stevens" Discussed on KOMO
"Is real four, KOMO AAA traffic. Every ten minutes on the. Fours here's marina, Rockinger we have numerous issues out there on the roadways on. Mercer island westbound I ninety at east Mercer way there's a crash partially blocking the accent in DuPont area northbound I. Five at DuPont steilacoom road that's exit number one nineteen. Left lane is blocked stop and go. Traffic from. Mounts road Nisqually road to that, scene lake Stevens area highway Ninety two eastbound at north road the right lane is blocked and we. Have a crash in silver lake area state, route five to seven affecting both directions at one hundred twelve so the crash scene is. Blocking the turning, lanes there the, intersection is open to drivers. But the signals are dark at one hundred twelve and hundred ten there's a crash in. Everett that we should let you know about it's at. Nineteenth and one hundred tenth that's in that intersection they did hit a power box which could have something to do with those. Outages at that Silverlake location but the power is out in. The immediate. Area only one lane getting through northbound nineteenth all. The other lanes are. Closed there so just a. Big heads up for that an impulse bow on three zero five northbound at highway. Three there is. A rollover accident your next KOMO traffic at three fourteen Shannon O'Donnell has. Your KOMO forecast pays continuing to. Build up with smoke coming in from every direction and. At every elevation at this point so. Really tough. To bus. Through this we'll try to do better tomorrow we'll have a little bit more onshore flow coming in from the beaches That will push some of. The haze out especially in the lower terrain is your breathing to come by Wednesday and Thursday it will also shave the heat down a little. Bit so instead of the mid to the upper eighties. We're seeing today we drop back, into the seventy s to the low eighties, Wednesday and Thursday but. Still no precipitation insight and that's what we really need in the. KOMO weather center I'm meteorologist Shimano Donald and currently in Seattle. We have seventy nine degrees KOMO news time three oh six teachers into to save the district needs to. Offer better salaries according to Debbie eldest with the teachers union neighboring districts have negotiated increases, between ten and twenty one percent but. They're only being offered three point one percent. About us trying to be greedy and get more money we. Really wanna meet remain competitive. We have a lot of to, the people, in our district who really care about the student remaining competitive with neighboring districts is our goal Rhonda Lear with school says it's not. As simple as just dispersing the five. Million dollars for teachers salaries at. Bulk of our concern of course is making sure that it is fair For everyone across the board not just the teachers but also for. The district and the students that we serve teachers plan. To rally ahead of tonight's school board meeting where, next year's budget, is on the agenda at six it's a list we don't want to be, ranked number one on the. State with the fastest growing home prices KOMO sue Romero reports. We just got knocked off the top spot, after leading the country with the hottest housing market, for the last year and a half Seattle has finally cooled a bit Aaron Theresa's with, Zillow. Says since two, thousand sixteen Seattle area home prices grew by thirteen point six percent, but as of last may are only. Appreciating by eleven point four percent a slight prompt mind even with. The slowdown it's still very much. Of a seller's market you know maybe aren't having five or six but they still have to three offers still he says there are other. Areas in the state where home price growth has outpaced Seattle's even though the prices are still cheaper. Trillions growing twenty two percent Ellensburg, took can, told the thirteen percent a year Bellingham Is point six percents hair over the Seattle tastes Toronto says the statement knocked, us out. Of the top spot for fastest growing home prices was Nevada, see Romero, KOMO news there's a. Push to repeal the, state's voter approved ban on affirmative action more, from komo's, Jeff Pohjola supporters are calling it, initiative one thousand though the secretary of state's. Office has, not given it that designation among other things that would repeal I two hundred, passed by voters in one thousand nine, hundred ninety eight. Former state lawmaker Jesse wind Barry is one of the movement's organizers Thousands And, universities You use affirmative action Back to this Tim I'm in sponsored, the original measure banning the use of race in college admissions in other areas, of our initiative twenty years ago tried repeatedly to riot overturned what the voters that voted for before I have no doubt that, they'll try again supporters of the new initiative have until January fourth to get more than three. Hundred thousand signatures Jeff Pohjola KOMO news investigators are getting their first look at the flight data recorders from. That stolen horizon airplane crashed in Pierce county investigators pore through that. Information security experts question, current protocols come Denise Whitaker explained airport has twenty thousand workers with various levels of access all, around the terminal, and the tarmac, and until now this safety measures in place worked. Airline security expert, John Nance says Richard, Russell's deadly joyride however shows it just may.
"lake stevens" Discussed on KOMO
"Nine language would read the presence of a firearm in the home has been associated with an increased risk of death to self and others including an increased risk of suicide guests during domestic violence violent incidents and unintentional death kitchen and other the group turned in three hundred and seventy five thousand petition signatures last week and they hope that it qualifies for the november ballot father and son ranchers light and stephen hammond back in oregon it's been two days since president donald trump pardoned them for crimes on federal land that's the first thing to do now that you're home the hammonds were imprisoned for illegally killing deer and starting fires on federal land their imprisonment inspired the armed takeover and occupation of the malheur national wildlife refuge in oregon lake stevens man pleads guilty to using fake fbi credentials in the names of fictional characters to rob a business the transfers and transmits money in seattle details from komo's erik heintz the us justice department says forty four year old stephen fisher pleaded guilty wednesday to robbery attempted robbery and five counts of impersonation of a federal officer according to records fisher gain entry to the secure area of the money transmitting business in january twenty seventeen by claiming he was a federal agent investigating suspicious transaction fisher flashed a fake fbi badge and handed the onery search warrant signed by a famous serial crook protrade in the movie catch me if you can then pulled a weapon and left with a large amount of cash eric heintz komo news komo news time to.
Sixty Five Degrees, Twenty Four Hours and Twenty Six Years discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"My twenty six years of defending our nation did my personal opinions impact any official action i took struck refused to answer the first question saying the f b i counsel advised him not to answer about ongoing investigations the house committee is now considering finding him in contempt of congress president trump is now in great britain after two days of meeting with nato leaders in brussels this morning he said allies are promising to increase their military spending progress has been made everyone's agreed to substantially up their commitment the allies say they're sticking to the same commitment they made years ago to spend two percent of their gdp federal officials say they've now reunited fiftyseven migrant children younger than five with their parents after they were separated at the border justice department says fortysix others can't be reunited scott goldberg abc news stay connected stay informed komo news eight thirty one right now sixty five degrees in the seattle sunshine to start this thursday morning along with gregg hersholt i'm manda factor here are the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center the finalists for the job of seattle police chief are united in at least one message bias has no place in the department almost brian calvert has more from last night's community meeting the forum was put on by the group not this time a group focused on violence and bias within spd interim chief carmen best who self identified as the hometown girl was first to address the crowd more important than the that is the number one thing pay to kill people meeting people candidate eli ray has agreed with best in that more training is needed for officers then added his philosophy for harmony between police and citizens policing is not something that we do to the community it is something that we do with the community any self described as a proud black man pledged to immediately recruit more minority officers having a police department reflect the community which it serves the numbers right now mayor durkan will interview the candidates tomorrow then plans on making her choice by the end of the month brian calvert komo news is lake stevens police wanna know who would target a house cat with a bow and arrow and shoot that cat not once but twice almost corwin hake has the bad news and the good well let's start with the good news of the cat is going to be okay even after being wounded twice with arrows the one year old black and white long haired tabby had gone missing for twenty four hours and when he showed up back home in lake stevens a hunting arrow was still protruding from the haunch of his left hind leg and examination showed he had also been shot in the other hind leg the everett herald reports hunter now has had two surgeries and is recovering now the hunt is on for whoever shot the cat if intentional it's a case of felony animal cruelty if you know anything lake stevens police would appreciate a call corwin hake komo news if.
"lake stevens" Discussed on KOMO
"Center several seattle firefighters spent their holiday on a two alarm fire in the shadow district last night almost brian calvert reports we still don't know how this one started the thick black smoke could be seen across downtown seattle of the seven o'clock hour last night and we'll firefighters arrived pretty quickly there was nothing they could do to save the building fire had already took such a great hold in the structure that it was just too risky to send firefighters who tenant sue stangl spoke to us just outside of what used to be a warehouse filled with junked cars in the thirty six hundred block of east marginal way burning tires and oil is what put up all that dark smoke you may have seen and with so many possible exceleron noone one sure exactly what caused the fire in the first place in this kind of situation it's really difficult there's so many things in a wrecking yard or any kind of garage repair shop there's lots of opportunity for for something to start no one was in side the warehouse at the time brian calvert komo news the only fire there was a blaze destroyed two houses in lake stevens this morning flames erupting near ninety fifth avenue northeast and seventeenth street a third house also suffered some damage as wildfire in eastern washington it's moving into some treacherous terrain it's pretty near clarkston it's called the nisqually john fire there've been no evacuations yet but it is threatening several buildings the fire was measured last at forty acres that's expected to grow komo news time seven oh three anti immigrant posters that have been slapped up onto tacoma utility poles appear to be the work of a white supremacist group komo's corwin hake reports volunteers have been working to rip those posters down incendiary posters began appearing around downtown tacoma last weekend featuring language like keep america american and report any and all illegal aliens they are criminals not immigrants the posters include a web address that sends you to a site run by patriot front on national white supremacist group who slogan blood and soil invokes the rhetoric of hitler's nazi party one woman tells the news tribune she's been reporting the poster locations on social media and has personally used sponges and soapy water to scrub off at least thirty five of them well she justified in doing so a police spokesperson tells the news tribune it is not illegal to remove posters that were themselves illegally posted corwin hake komo news coming up up and flat broke washington's thirty nine counties prepare to sue the state i'm carleen johnson to explain a bill to abolish ice i'm jeff pohjola with which members of congress are working to develop just that at seven zero four let's check your drive.
Protesters rally for asylum-seeking mothers detained in Seattle
"To a boys and girls club and lake stevens late last month a thirteen year old and a sixteen year old dentist based on a tip from a neighbor now the thirteen year old was already in custody for another crime and police say the sixteen year old confessed and said they lit toilet paper on fire and the portable bathrooms which ended up spreading to the club building and causing thousands of dollars in damage today protesters planning to rally in support of the mothers being held at the federal detention center in seatac advocates saying mothers seeking asylum at the us mexico border were separated from their children and brought to seatac tac along with a handful of other federal prisons immigration and customs enforcement say it needs to additional space because of a spike in a legal border crossings and the trump administration's new zero tolerance policy on illegal immigration a fourth personnel facing charges for the disappearance of the fifteen year old bonney lake girl who was found safe this past weekend twenty nine year old nncholas bianca lana in apparently under arrest the three other people arrested in the case face charges of kidnapping and human trafficking the team was spotted on sunday at a bus stop in puyallup and then was reunited with her family and we also hear that seattle mayor jenny durkan and more than twenty other mayors urging the federal government to reverse its zero tolerance policy to prosecute all people who enter the us illegally that includes a forcible separation of migrant children from their parents come lsu romero durkin drafted a letter calling on the departments of justice and homeland security to reverse the newly adopted policy durkin wrote quote both as a mayor and a mother i find the practice of indefinitely separating kids from their parents a repulsive policy inconsistent with our values as americans the letter goes on to say that dhs's separated seven hundred children from their families since october and the number of children in custody has grown by nearly two thousand in the past month alone at the annual meeting of the us conference of mayors mayor dirk plans to introduce an emergency resolution condemning the doj and hss extreme zero tolerance policy of separating children from their families at the border the letter was also signed by the mayors of olympia to kwa mukilteo chicago boston and washington d c c romero komo news the miniature head.
"lake stevens" Discussed on KOMO
"Two is closed in both directions between granite falls and lake stevens through monday morning the detour is south forty four th street here in seattle expect heavy traffic on i five five twenty and other streets around you dub tomorrow graduation starts at twelve thirty husky stadium and on sunday the rock and roll marathon will close streets all around seattle the course winds around lake union the aurora bridge and the viaduct the bay area golden state warriors fans are celebrating back to back titles just a few hours ago on komo toys be lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers in game four sweeping the nba finals just half will have your highlights coming up later in sports well it's the second championship celebration in two days tonight and ever father returned home after hoisting the stanley cup with his champion son last night in vegas patrick quit his live at seatac airport and patrick you just talked to tj i did marry justin side baggage claim tim o she told me he didn't get a lot of sleep during his trip to las vegas but it was a very efficient trip watching it on t j ot and the washington capitals win the stanley cup tim she has alzheimer's she says his memory comes and goes but he says celebrating on the ice with his son never forget it surreal never thought it would ever happen still riding adrenaline tim she took us through an unforgettable night lifting the stanley cup with his champion sun tj heavy tim the high of a championship has come from journey with plenty of setbacks so proud tim was diagnosed with.
Cycling accidents rising
"Of human services failed to protect heart children that the heart children years before they were driven off a cliff in california to their death that is the claim of a portland attorney who says the thorny should have been well aware that food deprivation child abuse does happen in fact in two thousand twelve kevin katcher won a two million dollar lawsuit against oregon dhs half of a child who was starved by her foster parents needs to release these records every time there's a matter of public importance every time there's a significant case of child abuse the news organizations the public is entitled to know what happened and why 2013 investigation into alleged abuse against the heart children determined there wasn't enough evidence they were being denied food culture says s should have known the children were suffering he's asking oregon's governor to intervene and hold the organization accountable jennifer and sarah hart and four of their six children found dead after their vehicle flew off that coastal cliff a month ago the children are believed to have been in the vehicle to carleen johnson komo news a man suspected of groping and exposing himself young girls in king county last year now under arrest police say remmy amnon was taken into custody in vermont at the canadian border police say he tried to lure a young girl at a walmart in federal way in december than exposed himself it's unclear when he'll be extradited back to washington cyclists and pedestrians beware the number of fatal hit and run rex's on the rise komo's jeff pohjola has a look at the numbers since two thousand nine the number of fatal hit and run rex's gone up a startling sixty percent in two thousand sixteen there were more than two thousand fatal hit and runs across the country the highest number on record over sixty percent of these crashes the deaths and baltin these crashes involving pedestrians and bicyclists aaa spokeswoman tamra johnson says it's unclear why the numbers are going up but cautions drivers to pay more attention to those pedestrians and cyclists jeff pohjola komo news a local marine critically injured in afghanistan five and a half years ago honored today along with other wounded warriors in a white house ceremony evan bottle of lake stevens and dozens of others took part in.
"lake stevens" Discussed on KOMO
"The number one regional transit hub in the state of washington he's standing at the tacoma dome transit station hoping to start a conversation with people who live and work in tacoma puyallup fife and federal way about where to lay the tracks and where to build the stations with him civic and tribal leaders all big sound transit boosters though the centerpiece of our regional transit network is not going to open until twenty thirty these folks are partnering with sound transit to make this a reality now rogoff hopes with their help sound transit will be able to secure the rights of way and building permits necessary to get the train's on the tracks on time and on budget so the transit agency is conducting a series of public meetings in tacoma federal way and five hoping to get the difficult discussions behind them so construction can get underway in tacoma pete combs komo news komo news time is seven forty right now top of a third at safeco field houston astros one mariners nothing at this point in at the sports desk a former georgia bulldogs learning how to be a washington husky komo's bill swartz is talking dogs brought to you by divorce lawyers for men washington huskies fan the game so i wanted to go somewhere i could play from my family friends the former lake stevens high school star jacobsen he was georgia starting quarterback as a freshman hurt his knee last season and lost the job to jake from eastern was granted his release by the bulldogs and remember it washington's chris peterson and left the door open at u dub like we haven't talked to you really wasn't like that co coach pitas and that's the kind of man coaches and greg under ncwa transfer rules easson can practice with the huskies but is not allowed to play in two thousand eighteen that gives the six five hundred thirty five pounder time to learn the washington system being on a football team means you're part of a team just about yourself and what you're doing individually so anyway i can help i'm bill swartz talking dogs here the huskies spring football preview saturday at one on the home of the huskies komo news searching for the are you at home but you kinda wish you weren't and you should really stick around the house because of reasons jimmy baseball in the house that's why buffalo wild wings has a new online ordering experience so when your kid brings home a stray.
Ferguson Sues Estate-planning Company For Misleading Hundreds Of Seniors
"Retired school bus driver he says talk turn from trust to annuities so she transferred her entire savings i haven't a dime in my annuities washington attorney general bob ferguson is now suing c l a state services for misleading hundreds of people liked dorothy what they're dealing is engaging what we call a trust mill the company has lost its licensed to do business in washington in a statement the company writes the la will hold the ag sophist to their burden of proof and seek the appropriate reimbursement for the defence of this action on behalf of their client interests brian calvert komo news a former enviable acp leader has been accused of abuse by two exwives spill tyler who is now a civic leader insecurity security guard at gonzaga is being accused of grabbing pushing and even threatening to kill the two women who were responded to the allegations i cannot go back and change the behavior twenty three years of my past but i can acknowledge and apologize for my verbal abuse the behavior move forward and do better the allegations came out in a local newspaper earlier this week the city of lake stevens is settled a lawsuit involving a former police commander details from komo's eric heintz the agreement with dennis taylor is four four hundred thousand dollars the everett herald sites the republic records request that all parties deny any wrongdoing settlement requires mayor john spencer who took office after taylor left to rescind at dishonesty fighting against taylor and to write a letter to summarize his accomplishments with the department from 2013 to 2015 in 2015 taylor was the subject of an internal investigation after a complaint from another officer eric heintz komo news wash tuesday wildlife biologists have caught in tagged to get there a cougar their ways one hundred ninety seven pounds comas rank lindsey has the story the spokesmanreview reports that biologist tag the massive can't on monday north of twowheeler state carnivora research scientist brian kurtz and called the cat a monster saying it was so muscular that the first tranquilizer dart he shot at it popped out as the cat flexed kurtz says it's the largest cougar caught in our state as far as he knows it was captured as part of a predatorprey steady kurds in his capture twenty cougars and.
"lake stevens" Discussed on KOMO
"This snow river next look at traffic at 654 marina rockinger komo news and they were dealing with a reign of heads slushie snow of that region marysville lake stevens up at that the granite falls area but rogue giving spray right now let's get our forecast from seth wayne scattered showers today today mostly cloudy conditions continue tomorrow too and with it covers the chance to some scattered showers a gerber day but those showers will stretch into your thursday morning friday at a saturday searched ramp up a bit windy and wet it's how well round out the week i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center snow flurries from central washington always into the spokane area this morning and they've got some driving problems in spokane it's thirty two degrees the snow continues to fall they're getting some light rain in north seattle and up toward the everett area it's forty degrees currently and komo news time six thirty seven yesterday was special election day across the state there were dozens of levies and bond issues up for grabs by local school districts sixteen districts and king county have some kind of measure on the ballot snohomish in pierce county is each had thirteen districts asking for money to districts would levies and kits up county one and thurston county two can't school district levies are both failing both proposition one and two have just over fifty one percent of the vote going against them voters in north northshore passing three levy measure several of measures in the homeless county are failing we'll all the specific numbers for your particular district posted at komonewscomfire that can tie that in black diamond the member the city council be looks like she's going to lose her seed in a recall that was voted upon yesterday the recall measure against patricia pepper is passing with sixty eight.
"lake stevens" Discussed on KOMO
"Avoid i how eighteen if that's how you typically travel we are looking up but things are looking good on i ninety itself as a result uh no trouble on the maple valley highway right now that i can see we are seeing brake lights southbound 405 from northeast 8th through coal creek parkway westbound i90 desolate bit as you make your approach to 405 the southbound 405 ramp from coal creek parkway is blocked with a crash in lake stevens eastbound highway 2 approaching 204 20th interchange the right lane is blocked we have stop and go traffic from i five this is affecting i5 itself so you'll find a backup from the boeing freeway all the way up passed highway 2 southbound highway ninety nine in lynnwood approaching 156 the right lane is blocked there is an incident going on there so we got a backup of about a half mile your next look at traffic at 544 marina rockinger komo news komo forecast overnight low around forty two tomorrow cloudy slight chance of showers a high near fifty wednesday and thursday few scattered showers but mostly cloudy highs in the lower 50s friday mostly cloudy but progress in the right direction because as of right now any way it looks like we will have a mostly sunny saturday and sunday right now in seattle overcast and we have fifty degrees as we continue with 20 minutes of nonstop news komo news time is five thirty six president trump's layers are urging him to not sit down for an interview with special counsel robert muller over concerns that he could be charged with lying to investigators into the probe and two russian election meddling that is according to a new report from maggie haberman the new york times she appeared tonight on cnn with anderson cooper and legal analyst jeffrey toobin ty cobb who is a member of the white house counsel's office on who is part of the president's advisory circle.
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"Will be an issue transportation certainly is is the the challenge that we think we're gonna have to spend the most resources time and money to try to two pope view group has been focused on acquiring an nhl franchise for seattle komo news time is now four forty time for sports and here's komo's art sanders their sixteam that have yet to play regular season game in london and the seahawks are one of them the director of nfl uk operations wants to have all six teams and having played across the pond to do so as soon as possible the nfl has four games scheduled for london this season the raiders haven't played in london either the seahawks are said to have a road game in oakland this year and since the raiders stadium situations considered temporary with their impending move to las vegas their home game could be moved to london the teams picked to play in europe will be announced by the nfl early thursday morning international olympic committee says it welcomes moves by north korea to take part of next month's winter olympics in south korea ioc president thomas bach says in his debut in the north his decision to send a delegation to the games is a great step forward in the olympic spirit the ioc says it's now waiting for official details how north korea participation could work before decides which athletes could compete art sanders said your home of the huskies komo news a talented bulldog apparently wants to become a husky calls bill schwartz explains in this edition of talking dogs in monday's national championship game jacob eastern watch from the georgia benches freshman jake fromn led the bulldog offense against alabama easson was georges starter his freshman season then hurt his knee in the first game of two thousand seventeen and lost the job the seattle times reports barring any last minute changes the lake stevens highschool product plans to transfer to the university of washington easson is willing to sit out next season then compete for the huskies starting job in two thousand nineteen coach chris peterson just signed two very talented high school quarterbacks colson yankov from court elaine idaho and bottles jacob sherman our crew were room for the.
"lake stevens" Discussed on KOMO
"No longer allowed at parks in trails in olympia the ban also includes eat cigarettes and cigars but not chewing tobacco city council decided to make the move to protect those areas from possible fires reduce the exposure of secondhand smoke and reduce waste lake cigarette butts koa news china's one 34 aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's here's kiera jordan stehlin joined that nice drive i keep waiting for something to come up with and just his thinks it but we've been doing great no crashes no south kiss of very minor slowing southbound i five is going to bunch up right as he approached the ship kanal bridge and then you break free looks like he might be tapping your brakes again just a little bit right as you approach the west seattle bridge and we're out the findings of very minor slowing on southbound four or five around coal creek but i thought of that were looking great this traffic report brought to you by unbound dot org they'll got to where we are through hard work and little help open a world of opportunity for a child or elder dreaming of a better tomorrow at unboundorg your next report's at one forty four i'm kierra jordan on komo news thank you kira now the forecast here's seth wayne gulf robustly cloudy skies for the rest of the day to day decent day temperatures in the mid to upper 40s going for the same out there tomorrow to not tonight we're still dry tomorrow we're still dry cloudy skies start to increase the chance of rain starts to round out the workweek and headed to the weekend i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center cloudy forty two in seattle at one thirty five three years after the remains of a missing eighteen year old woman were found near lake stevens her twin sister holds out hope her murder it can still be solved more from komos corwin hake in january 2015 workers clearing brunch on the south side of lake stevens uncovered bones belonging to s.
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"The streets one persons dead after a crash this afternoon and lake stevens but what happened before three thirty one a car travelling at 44th avenue northeast tbone another on granite falls highway pushing that vehicle into a third one person who died was in that car that caused the cat the accident three other people in the other vehicles expected to recover from their injuries komo news time 834 aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours with michael mashburn or thing is a minor delays right now ard northbound 405 vizi approach the valley freeway the good news earlier crash they're no longer blocking but still pretty good slow down his little leave the south center area not too bad the the rest area both sides the 405 little goodlooking bellevue of lynnwood in fact i i5 in good shape as well drive time between tacoma in olympia taking its about 28 minutes right when we should be some roadwork though coming up nights in kirkland southbound 405 we have a couple of lanes closing right around once 24th installed him lakes of and that'll be going on in civil war thirty a m possible slowdowns for you there you're next report beat 44th i'm michael mashburn on komo news steve pool with the forecast cooler everybody tonight once again we've got really cold air out there and and i have some fog and places will be some frost watch out for a little bit of ice on the roadways especially in our rural communities so just be prepared and well grab your sunglasses it's gonna look pretty in spite of all the rest in the komo weather center i'm steve pool right now forty four degrees al state senator stevel bans as he will produce legislation to let cities and counties opt out of sound transit three the republican from university places many voters had no idea their car tabs would skyrocket bypassing the ballot measure m dive your work at something a little bit more corcoy when your garden.
"lake stevens" Discussed on KOMO
"Lake stevens high school central kitsap middle school and kenmore middle school carleen johnson komo news those gusty winds yesterday led to a tough day for air travel charlie harger tells us about one harrowing landing at seatac airport begi licking skiing takes commuter flights all the time probably in the top two it took three attempts to land and she says a pilot said there was wind shear and then it got really rough you can see i mean more sideways or up and down finally the attempt was the charm but good landing the pilots were awesome uh everybody started clapping their vitamins really relieved timing it was so intense that even when we're on the ground the plane was being knock by defied with the with the guy charlie harger komo news and coming up on the komar morning news the thought of a job but also out of jail time corwin hake consequences for the cops who beat up a homeless man let's talk about this change in taxes i'm brian calvert with the town considers sweeping changes seven thirty four now our aaa traffic update leaning that every ten minutes for ian here's marina did this logo north through renton up to newcastle westbound i90 getting tough out of this a pass lake samamranch aghanistan across mercer island over to the mouth baker tunnel north on i five rolling slow through federal way from 3 28 passed the 516 interchange and off and on towards southcenter against kgb from midboeing field into downtown seattle northbound 509 out of highline as rough as you head across the first avenue south bridge and then again from the industrial district on northbound ninety nine paved the stadiums westbound 512 the south end is struggling from highway seven now over to i 5 northbound five that's what a rough on this morning from about marvin road is she had all the way up passed the nisqually wrote mentioned that in a lot of neighborhoods still we are still seeing some dark intersections we still have some sidestreet closures so seaney keep in mind this morning when you leave your house and of course treat the dark intersections as always stops you next look at traffic at seven forty four marina rockinger komo news.