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King County, Washington Facial Recognition Ban Vote Set for Today
"Vote later today could create the nation's first county wide ban on facial recognition software, and we get the update from comas Corwin Hick. The Metropolitan King County Council vote is likely to Ban County government, especially law enforcement from using facial recognition technology to match faces in video and photos with criminal suspects. The tech has been shown to routinely misidentify non white faces. Especially struggling with Asians and black women. At a council hearing in April, security researchers Cynthia Speeds made the case against when he's error prone technologies are used by police departments. This could lead to violations of the Fourth Amendment, wrongful imprisonment or even death. The council vote could make King County the nation's first county to ban the tech for governmental use, following the example of cities including Boston and Portland. There is one exception here. Law enforcement could employ facial recognition when the case involves a missing or exploited child, Corwin Hey CO Moh news the council set to vote on this measure this afternoon at
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"Preston, ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM. 97 7, It is 5 31 right now, and it's Thursday morning. Cloudy skies some folks we're seeing a few light showers this morning. It's 46 degrees at Sea Tac Airport along with Greg Herschel time, Madam Factor here. The top stories from the Coma 24 7 News Center. The State Health Department reports 855 new cases of covert 19 since the last report. 58 more people have been hospitalized. 20 more people have died here in Washington, and the state is now administered more than 6.4 million doses of vaccine across the Northwest. A unique exception made for unemployment claims he's about to expire. Cole's Brian Calvert takes a closer look. And why some business owners or not sure, this will make a difference since the pandemic began. Not only has there been an extra $300 in weekly unemployment checks, but the requirement to have you seek work while receiving benefits was suspended. That last part is about to end. We're rolling back the temporary requirements. David Gerston, filled with Oregon's employment division, says his state's work search requirement is returning within two months. It could be enough to push those on the fence back into the workforce, especially in the restaurant industry. The Washington Hospitality Association guesses it's 100,000 workers short right now. Restaurant owner Nate told him fears ending unemployment perks won't actually solve the problem. There's a percentage of people in the industry who have simply changed jobs. Don't trust the industry anymore. All these pivots indoor dining, no end or dining, You know 20% 50%, Mass. No masks. It messes with people's Brian Calvert pneumonias after the accidental shooting death of an eight year old Moses Lake. Boy of Firearms instructor warns pellet guns are as dangerous as a 22 caliber rifle More from Cuomo's Corwin Hate, a 13 year old boy fired the shot that fatally wounded eight year old Jacob Moon Joo's Tuesday night. The Grant County Sheriff's Office is treating his death as a tragic accident. The weapon was a pellet gun and firearms instructor Dave Kellett says. The innocents sounding name disguises a potentially deadly weapon. They are very, very powerful. Some of them equal the power of of actual firearm salad guns, BB guns, air rifles. These are the sorts of guns often associated with kids at play. But Cal, it emphasizes. They are not toys. If you think somebody needs to be supervised, shooting a 3 57 Magnum. They need to be supervised. Shooting an arrogant little former sheriff's deputy says the safety principles are exactly the same for both always treat the gun as if it is loaded. And he says, never appoint any gun at another person. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news Coming up on the comb all morning news. I'm Frank Lindsay. I'll tell you why. Some records on some transgender state prison inmates won't be made public colonias got 5 34 traffic.
CDC Could Make Big Changes to Mask Guidelines in Outdoor Spaces
"Getting vaccinated. Local doctors anticipate the CDC will make big changes to its masking guidelines were outdoor spaces. President's expected to announce the new guidelines tomorrow. Karma's A B A Cockney breaks down the possible changes. Local doctors say it's likely the CDC will give the green light for vaccinated people to take off their masks while being outside. But doctors wouldn't be surprised if the CDC also case unvaccinated people dropping their mass outdoors. The medical experts I interviewed say the CDC could loosen outdoor masking guidelines in a widespread fashion. Meaning of face covering wouldn't be required in most outdoor spaces, including streets, sidewalks, downtown area's beaches, parks and trails. However, the doctors say mass would likely still be required in jam packed settings where distancing can't be maintained. Despite the possible UPDATES doctor Alex Granger with U Dub Medicine wants to still emphasize mass are vital, especially for indoor settings, Basically on Lee A little over half the country is vaccinated currently, and we're still waiting for antibodies to come online. For people who are getting vaccinated in the last month, we asked you in a poll. If you're relaxing, masking outside is more people get vaccinated about, 40% said. Yes, but about 60% said, No. They're continuing masking outside to vote. Just head to our website. That website is co Moh news dot com and that was co Mozambique Oniy. The final
After Union Fight, Jeff Bezos to Focus on Amazon Workers
"Now that he's the executive chairman of the company, he's going to focus on making Amazon a better place to work he made. The disclosure in his annual letter to shareholders today says he did not take comfort in the outcome of the recent union election in Alabama. Even the workers there rejected the union. It's time now for the Co Moh consumer tip. Sponsored by Tyco, or title,
Early Vaccine Registration Open For All Seattle, King County Residents
"And if you live or work in King County, you can now pre register to get notified about vaccine appointments in Seattle before eligibility expands to all a doubt adults. We have a link it co Moh news dot com slash hot links. You can also call the state's covert hotline. That phone number is 1 805 to 5.
Boeing puts up for sale its Commercial Airplanes headquarters campus outside Seattle
"Estate footprint. The company says its commercial airplanes headquarters in Renton Is up for sale more from Cuomo's Corwin Hate in Boeing's heyday as a local company, the old Long acres campus was the nerve center of its power and influence. Now, The Seattle Times reports, the 215 acre campus is officially on the market. The potential sale comes as no surprise, Boeing said six months ago it might sell the property and many other local sites in what President Greg Smith described As a thorough review of the company's real estate holdings were reviewing every piece of real estate. Every building every lease every warehouse every sight to look at how we can be more efficient, Smith said last October, the pandemic has helped Boeing understand it is possible for local executives to work remotely. Still, the potential sale is sure to reignite questions about whether Boeing plans to further shrink its presence in the Puget Sound area. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news. It's 704.
Officer killed in attack near US Capitol
"And the latest on weekend weather and you're homeward bound traffic and four minutes another U. S. Capitol Police officer dies in the line of duty Officer William Evans was fatally injured today by a suspect who rammed his car into a security barricade, then charged Evans and one of his fellow officers with a knife. Acting chief Yoga. Nanda Pittman was another blow. For the Capitol Hill family and especially the Capitol police family. And abroad. But the director Dr Risso Wollensky, is suggesting that people still wear masks when they're on public transportation, including airplane in stereo, Aldinger ABC News What That means to you from a local travel expert. People were ready to break out of their cages, says Co. Moh travel analyst Steve Danny shek, who says it's a common sense move that gives the CDC some control over what will happen anyway. With Europe. Seeing covert surges and new lockdown, Steve says it's likely out is the destination for most people, but he suspects with vaccinations in progress. A lot of us will do a good old fashioned road trip. Where will they go? They can't go to a why they go to Mexico. They go to some points in the Caribbean or they could drive around. I think we're going to see a lot of dementia. Travel recovery quicker than international travel. If you were vaccinated, Steve says, go now. Because hotel car rental and especially airfare prices will rise with increased demand. While airlines continue to limit the number of flights until that demand, forces them to ADM. Or just make sure you're familiar with the travel guidelines and the covert rules wherever you go. Both education simultaneously of students in the classroom and remotely is, Lee says it's important for kids to get
Brace for a seesaw Seattle weather week, and don’t give up on spring yet
"4 30 am for construction work. I'm J. Phillips Co Moh 24 7, trapping Shannon O'Donnell with your co Moh forecast Everybody. It has been a beauty of a Tuesday. I think we needed that dry break out there to get back outdoors. Hopefully you did something outside and soaked up a little bit of that vitamin D Because here come the clouds again. They're filling in right now and buy it Wednesday morning. Most of us will see the rain, returning pretty quickly to Puget Sound and really do all the western Washington. Aside from the Cascades were over 3000 ft. It will be heavy snowfall instead of that steady rain. In fact, past travel going to be pretty implemented times throughout our Wednesday afternoon by Thursday, often on scattered showers and send
Microsoft to reopen its headquarters to more employees on March 29
"Ryan Harris Co. Moh news. Microsoft will allow more employees to return to work at its headquarters in Redmond. As more Americans have vaccinated against Cove. It 19 starting March, 29th employees will be given the option to work from the office from
Federal Paycheck Protection Program Preserves 500 000 Jobs in Seattle Area
"So did the Seattle Times and the Foster Garvey law firm other local companies received under $10. We're talking about two beneficiaries of the Federal Paycheck Protection program or from Cuomo's. Corwin, Take Pee. Pee Pee, designed to bolster companies and prevent mass layoffs has pumped as much as $11 billion into King Pierce and Snohomish County's since the program began. According to the P P p database, 86 companies in the three counties received loans in the 5 to $10 million range, preserving half a million jobs. Some of the loans, though, seemed to bear no relationship to jobs. The database claims of $5 million plus loan to it's a quad based evergreen restaurant group preserved 500 jobs. But it also says a similar loan to Seattle based co Imagine Health preserved zero jobs. Meanwhile, hundreds of businesses received P P p payments of under $150,000 most of them well under that amount, for example, and every beauty salon received $229 an amount the database claims preserved One job Corwin Hague Co. Moh news SOMEONE news time 604 and coming up. I'm Ryan Harris, seeking
Seattle considers right to counsel and extending COVID-19 crisis eviction moratorium through 2021
"For tenants. Rights is both Seattle and the state. Consider laws designed to prevent evictions come with core would take explains votes are expected in both of Seattle City Council and the state Legislature on separate bills to ensure tenants facing eviction have the right to legal counsel sort of a public defender for tenants sharing Crowley with the Seattle Renters Commission says in the tenant landlord relationship landlords hold most of the power the right to counsel is one important step toward equal. I think this power imbalance, but landlord and realtor Natalie Burnett says further allowing tenants to avoid eviction will have dire consequences as frustrated owners simply sell their rental properties. Lot less inventory for rental houses. Which in turn will increase our homelessness issue to the council members. Shama Sawant, sponsor of the Seattle bill is also pushing to extend until year's end a citywide covert related eviction moratorium. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news and the city of Seattle's moratorium on residential, nonprofit and small business evictions has been extended through the end of June. Mayer Durkin says there's hope on the horizon. But the extension provides housing stability as new federal funding arrives with a recent passage of the federal Assistance Plan. While the moratorium is in place in Seattle, property owners may not issue notices of termination or otherwise initiate an eviction action with the court's unless there is an imminent threat to the health and safety of the community. Over
Seattle's weather: Sunny, warm all the way into the weekend
"What a glorious afternoon we have going into the weekend. A closer look at the CO Moh forecast now and here's Abby. A Cockney happy Friday. Hope You have some fun weekend plans and maximizing our beautiful weather both today and tomorrow for the rest of your Friday. We're going to the mixture of sunshine and clouds. Those high level clouds from time to time creating that filtered sunshine effect. Items ranging in the mid upper fifties. This is certainly several degrees above average light winds, blue skies, dry conditions perfect for getting outside. Now, overnight temps become quite chilly. We're dropping to the low to mid thirties. Can't rule out some pockets of freezing fog early Saturday, warming to 60 tomorrow in Seattle. I'm meteorologist Abby a county the couple weather center downtown Seattle 55 degrees to come a 57 Bellevue and every both at
Records ID’ing Seattle officers who attended Washington, D.C. rally can be released — but not yet
"Officers who attended the January 6th rally that led to the attack on the U. S. Capitol. Even though the judge has ruled that those names can be made public coma Score one. Hank has that update Last month, a temporary injunction prevented the city of Seattle from naming the officers who attended the Washington D. C Rally Co. Moh news is among the parties seeking the name's via public records request. Members of the public, including Victoria Beach with the SPD African American Community Advisory Council also want to know their names. I just feel like if you went you're guilty You broke the law now, though, the scandal Times reports King County Superior Court Judge Sandra Woodland has denied those officers request for a permanent injunction ruling. The officer's actions in this case were public. Still, the names remain secret. For now. Judge Woodland has extended the temporary injunction another seven days to allow the officers to appeal her ruling. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news
Seattle's Cruise Ship Industry Remains Uncertain About 2021 Season
"For the end of the pandemic is slow to reach Seattle's cruise ship industry, A port of Seattle commissioner says Even a shortened 2021 cruise season remains in doubt. The update from Cuomo's Corwin Hey captor. The pandemic scuppered the entire 2020 cruise season out of the port of Seattle Port Commissioner Fred Film and remained hopeful this year would allow at least some sailing's for 25% of the season and That's still yet to be determined. In 2019, Seattle based cruises carried roughly 1.2 million passengers pumping nearly $900 million into the local economy. As for 2021, we don't know whether we're going to get any season this year. We're waiting on the C D. C could give guidance to the cruise line's film and says the cruise industry will have to demonstrate it can operate in a healthy fashion. That's a challenge in any year. Cruise ships notoriously can be viral incubators. There's no trial Cruises. I think scheduled film and says some of the seven Seattle based cruise lines are optimistically taking reservations for upcoming sailings medication right now, when and if the season opens this year. Corwin Hague Co. Moh
Oregon moves to ban display of nooses, a racist symbol
"Images of horrific lynchings linger in the memories of those who want to make the display of a news. Illegal come most. Corwin hate, explains Lynch Mobs terrorized Black American communities into the 19 sixties. Greg Evans wants the state of Oregon to ban public displays of nooses because, he says, they continue to serve as a symbol of racial hatred and intimidation. Recently, they've been placed in people's yards displayed in marches and even this year. Exhibited in front of the U. S. Capitol Building Heaven serves on the City council in Eugene, he says the news is a personal reminder of his own family's grief of over 100 years ago. That's when a lynch mob in South Carolina murdered his great uncle. He was killed, basting, cleave or offending a white man. It was hung by a noose. His body was riddled with bullets, and then he was set on fire. Oregon's proposed new law would make displaying a noose in public punishable by up to a year in prison and a $6000 fine Corwin Hey CO Moh
Lady Gaga's dog walker shot, French bulldogs stolen in LA
"On their story. Gunman Shot Lady Gaga is Dog Walker and stole two of the singer's Bulldogs ABC Jason Nathan Seuin joining us on the co Moh news line with more on this attack, and this sounds like a scene out of a Hollywood movie. Yet it did happen for real in Hollywood, Jason It really did happen. This was Wednesday night. Her dog, Walker was walking the dogs Ryan Fisher or dog Walker and assistant walking the three dogs in West Hollywood. When a car pulls up a white car pulls up to people get out. That there on the sidewalk here. One of them has a gun. They start to try to steal the dogs. There's a struggle going on. They get two of the dogs, and then one of the people shoots Ryan Fisher in the chest. Jump in the car take off with two of the dogs. One of the dogs who had apparently gotten away comes back to Fisher and his kind of hanging around Fisher while he's lying on the ground, calling for help pleading for somebody. Anybody To come help him, Hey says, I've been shot in the chest and bleeding my lungs or bleeding. It's really kind of gripping and chilling video and audio that's on TMZ that they have from security camera from one of the neighbors. The two people they take off and gaga now offering a $500,000 reward for the return of the dogs. She's not in the country. She's in Rome, but she is obviously beside herself wanting the dogs back. What do we know about the dog walkers? Condition? He's going to survive that we don't know exactly. You know what kind of condition what level but that he's I've seen reports that he's doing well to reports that he's you know, in the hospital and They're working on him. But as far as we know that he's going to survive this if they've got surveillance video what? What does it tell us about the the Attackers of the car, the vehicle they used for the weapons. It's a white they're thinking Nissan Sentra the gun. I've seen this. It is a semi automatic. Looks like a handgun to me. They don't get it clear license plate on the video. But there might have been other video that they're looking at. And the police are obviously looking into this. And what we don't know is is this was she targeted? What were these dogs specifically targeted Because There are Lady gaga as dogs, and they thought that they could either get more money or get a reward from her for that, Or is this part of a larger trend that we've seen of dogs, specifically pure bred dogs? French Bulldogs being high on the list? Of dogs being stolen. You know, the economy's bad people are looking for money in any way they could get it and stealing dogs has become a big thing. We've seen a couple incidences and here in Los Angeles and San Francisco, other areas in California because they can get big money for these dogs. Now, these dogs in particular are now two of the most famous dogs in the world. Their pictures are everywhere so I imagine it would be pretty hard for the thieves to sell these particular pops. In addition to the reward, have we heard from Lady Gaga? Jason? No, we haven't. We know that she's wanted to get the word out about the dogs, and that she she's created an email address for people to send information, she says no questions asked. But So far in social media. She's been silent on Instagram Twitter. She hasn't said
Johnson & Johnson's single-dose vaccine is effective, FDA says
"Today says Johnson and Johnson's single shot Corona virus vaccine Meets emergency requirements. ABC is Mark Rommel are joins us on the co Moh news line. What's this going to mean? Mark and how effective is this one shot vaccine compared to the others? Yes. So this is another step in the process of getting an emergency use authorization for this. The FDA and then they're scientists of essentially looked at the data and said exactly that it appears safe and effective. Now it will go to an independent review board on Friday who will scrutinize the data and make a determination or a recommendation to the FDA about what they think if they think that this vaccine should be approved or given some kind of Emergency authorization and then finally, the decision rests with the FDA to make that call. But what we understand from the data from Johnson and Johnson, as well as what the FDA said today is that there appear to be no major safety concerns with this, that the common side effects or what we've heard with other vaccines who like beavers, fatigue, headache pain at the site of injection, and then it's 66% effective overall at preventing moderate to severe Cove in 1985%, effective at preventing the most serious illness from Covert 19. And so while that does not reach up to the levels of the fighter and Madonna vaccines at 95%, effective at preventing you from getting covert 19 that even in and of itself could be significant in reducing strain on hospitals and the health care system, Because even if people could get this one does, and you know, maybe you get mildly sick from covert 19. That's still a lot better than ending up in the hospital or potentially dead from covert 19. So it does appear to meet the standards that the FDA is looking. Before in terms of safety and efficacy.
El Chapo's wife arrested in Washington, DC area on drug trafficking charge
"Has been arrested A veces Matt Gutman reports. Emma Coronel, the beauty queen, wife of El Chapo, turning heads. It is blockbuster drug trial last year. Waking up this morning in a federal detention center after being arrested on drug charges at a D C area airport Monday, according to federal documents. Cornell is charged with both conspiring with her husband to distribute drugs, including cocaine and heroin, and of conspiring with El Chapo to spring him from a Mexican Supermax prison. Her husband had run the world's largest narco operation, but Since his arrest in 2016 Cornel hasn't exactly lived under the radar massing nearly half a million instagram followers and starring in an episode of the Beach, one reality show. Hotel crew business and get out of the car phase one and 31 year old was born in California and has dual Mexican U. S citizenship. She married a chopper when she was only 17. The affidavit alleges she helped pass instructions to his lieutenants for drug sales and commissioned another Sinaloa leader. Orchestrate that spectacular escape from his Mexican prison in 2015 El Chapo, dipping into a hole in the shower floor that led to a nearly a mile long tunnel outfitted with a motorcycle on rails. He was extradited to the U. S. And 2017 and despite trial testimony, painting him as a monster, Cornell insisted. To the New York Times that she still admired him. Cornell has been under investigation for about two years since L Chop owes trial seemed to reveal how deeply and mess she allegedly was in his narco operations. But these new federal documents say nothing about her involvement in the civil Oh, a cartel since I'll chop those extradition to the US in 2017. As we've been telling you on co Moh
3.4 Million Washington DC Residents Are Struggling With Depression Amid the Pandemic
"Landed its latest probe on Mars. It's a rover called perseverance, and it's about the size of a car. You think that's doing for the first time are collecting samples that we hope to return to Earth one day It has a helicopter on its helping pave the way for human exploration on Mars for the very first time, That's Dr Daniel Nu Ting, who helped design the rover. She says One of the most important components is something called moxie, which will attempt to generate oxygen from the thin Martian atmosphere. Jeff Pooja, Look, Come on. You've been 323 days since family members have last seen sailors serving on the USS Nimitz. The warship left home Port Bremerton, April 1st of 2020 and his scheduled to return home soon. Initially, crew members were expected home around Thanksgiving. But the deployment was extended multiple times. Rose. Elliot's husband read is a nuclear electronic technician aboard the Nimitz, she told the CO. Moh told Cho Mo. The constant changes in homecoming dates have been excruciating. But now Just want their sailors home. Vast majority of us just want to leave Political Herb. Get out. How going sailor? Get them in the car and go home like I would like some pictures. Really, That's all I need. And then, just like, let me bring him home, so we couldn't just start being normal again because of covert. The crew of more than 5000 have been mostly confined to the carrier the entire time. Someone whose time 10 40 from the Beacon Plumbing sports desk. Well, tonight, Gonzaga beat ST Mary's 87 65 Cougars over California 82 to 51 Stanford beats the Huskies 79 to 61. Almost Bill Swartz says the Seahawks could have more money to shop for players next season. The NFL lost a ton of money during the pandemic, but will actually increase each team salary cap toe $180 million in 2021. That's a $5 million increase. The Seattle Seahawks trying to keep some defensive free agent stars Jamal Adams and Carlos Dunlap, Philadelphia ships quarterback Carson Wentz to the Colts for a couple of draft choices. In these other QB on the roster. Former Washington Husky Jacob decent Seattle Mariners officially welcome back South Paw pitcher James Paxton to the fold. The EMS traded the big maple to the New York
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"Moh news. I'm Ryan Harris on the effort to make Kobe vaccine distribution fair when it comes to your workplace, plus traffic and weather on the floors after ABC. It's 10 o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis, the bitter cold sweeping the country, turning deadly and potentially deadly in the south for dead in Tennessee and Texas in the Houston area and adult and a child left in critical condition due to carbon monoxide poisoning. It's believed they may have been overcome. Trying to keep warm is definitely been extremely cold. Extremely severe inside, like to the point we actually had exit the house, you know, to try to keep warm inside of the vehicles and you know, apart from that. No, we're still trying to get generated work. Overall, More than five million people across multiple states have no electricity in the frigid temperatures. Most of the outages in Texas do the rolling blackouts to conserve energy is the cold strains the power supply, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner says the state's utility demand it's at its peak, they literally had to have power outages. And what? Essentially what happened? Is that the power generators? Several of them came off line Your winter mint got frozen. And so they lost. We lost that capacity, the mayor says. Even some warming centers in Houston have no power. Compounding the situation, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announcing Congress will establish a 9 11 style commission to investigate the capital insurrection, focusing on intelligence failures and the.
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"Back that up. Closer look with a B C's Alex Stone, who joins me on the common news line, and Alex, What do we know about the benefits of two versus one? Well, there's a new study out today, Rick and it adds to the ever changing guidance on what mast aware how to wear it. But the CDC doing this study in a lab using mannequin like figures and measuring droplets and output and bottom line, they say, adding a second mask can make a big difference in protecting you and people around you against Cove. It Up until now. It's always been about the people around you that whatever people are breathing out to the mask would catch that. Now, with new variants popping up the UK variant, the South African variant the western variants, West Coast variants, two of them. It did. Now They're trying to add protection on what you're breathing in. And the CDC director today, Dr Rochelle Belinsky, saying one mask makes the most difference compared to not wearing a mask it all but in this study found a second mask and a lot more protection for the wear. Here's what she said. Includes wearing a mask was the most multiple notes wire. Nodding the ear loose on your mouth or wearing a cloth mask over a procedure or disposable back. So what they're talking about here is wearing a surgical type mask and then on top of that, a cloth mask, and they found that in the study records being presented medical journal JAMA of it. The benefit is extreme to the mask, where not just people around the person wearing it. But listen to these numbers in the breathing experiment, having both the source and the receiver where mass modified to fit better Reduced our receivers exposure by more than 95% compared to know mascot all transmission down 95% pretty incredible numbers there, And now they do say that no matter what mask you're wearing, whether be one or two and no matter what kind, it's gotta be tight all the way around a seal around your face that it can't be open where air is going in and out unfiltered. They say that won't do you any good or bandannas or that those sorts of things The other thing is, they're not calling for people to wear and 90 five's one is a lot of people have a hard time breathing in those two. They're hard to get a lot of what you find online are fakes. Or they are K and 95. Which you're from China or K F. 90. Four's from South Korea not regulated in the U. S. Or they're in 95. With a valve on them, which then doesn't do any good for the air that you're breathing out. It's going out on filtered. So they're saying All you need is a surgical mask like you would find a Costco and bull corn Safeway and then put your cloth mask over that, and that should take care of you for now and and help you out quite a bit. And again why? It's this particularly important, Alex with the threat of the variance coming in, and we were so close to looking this thing with more more vaccines down the pipeline coming, But boy, those variance that's the key to the whole thing. Well, absolutely, And, you know, I think it was probably important all along, but they've only now done this study. Also, the change in administration may play a role as well that the CDC had a hard time before even saying the wear one mask, let alone where to masks and Masks for awhile were hard to come by Now. There are plenty of non medical grade masks that are out there. But in this moment, it is a lot more about these variants. They arm or transmittable. And then it is easier to get them the belief being, and so there is the concern that we're going to be seeing another surge as just today to new cases. The first two in California of the South African variant were found. That is of most concern. More resistant. It appears to the vaccines that are out there. So the hope is that we can stay away from another big surge based on these new variants that spread a lot easier, and we may have a harder time controlling, and this is one way of doing that by saying You know what? Another layer on and maybe that will help you from getting sick. Make it harder to breathe if you're out walking or running, but it's well worth it. Thank you, Alex. You got it next week. 3 48 Co. Moh news on the sports we go and the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk Where combos Bill Swartz wondering how Buccaneers celebrate a Super Bowl. What would you find out with a boat parade? Of course they're pirates. Tampa Bay's championship football squad full of Jolly Roger's Toms and drunks on the Hillsborough River in Florida, and VP quarterback Tom Brady playfully tossed the Lombardi Trophy to another boat with tight end Rob Gronkowski. Now, if the Seahawks want to throw their own Super Bowl party next season, they'll have to shore up pass protection for Russell Wilson. He said. So yesterday with the local media, you know you never want to get hit. You know, In fact, in all that stuff, I think you know you wanna be auto eliminate those things and you know, like I said, I think that's part of the journey. Wilson would not mind having more input in personnel decisions. Defending Champs Seattle Storm part of a three team WN betrayed, They've said All Star forward Natasha Howard and guard Sammy would come to the New York Liberty. The storm get this year's number one pick in the draft and the Phoenix Mercury's first rounder in 2022 basketball legend Michael Jordan is a brand new owner in the next car circuit bubble. Wallace drove the number 23 Toyota to the fastest Daytona 500 practice lap and nearly 200 MPH today. Course, the great American races.
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"Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 History's being made in the nation's capital this week is the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump is underway. House impeachment managers in the former president's legal team gave their arguments for and against the constitutionality of the trial. Formal political analyst, Ron Dots are with strategies. 3 60 has some takeaways. From what we've heard so far. Number one. I think that across the board, the president's legal team seemed ill prepared, and they're being panned. Again University not only by Democrats, but even Republican senators that actually end up siding with them have panned their performance pretty hard that they weren't on message. They were you prepared, and as a consequence, they apparently the former president. Was going happen eclectic today during their performance as well. So having said all that it really didn't change much in the in the voting, so we, the Democrats added one more vote to the 55 told they had previously so with the 56 44 margin. They're going to go forward. But I think again the diets is cast here and probably some level doesn't really matter about any performance. I also was struck. I thought that 13 minute video. That Congressman Raskin shared today was was also pretty compelling. Video visuals always work, and that would be a take away, so they were talking across the Senate and to the American public. In my opinion, the Democrats not only made their arguments in terms of The constitutional question, But they started setting up their layout. The narrative and I think we'll see. Theoretically we'll probably see a little bit of performance out of the president's legal team. But As it stands right now, the problem he's got, is he? The lawyers that he had lined up chose not to represent him so again at the end of day when he's 16 hours of done, that's probably going to be the end of it, And it will be a sizable margin that will not vote for impeachment long before covert 19 America's kids have been giving up playing organized sports, Como's Bill Swartz says. Seahawks star player is part of Mojo, the mobile APP to help bring back the joy and magic of youth sports. There's.
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"Moh moves 1000 FM 97 7 History's being made in the nation's capital this week is the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump is underway. Now some feature of managers in the former president's legal team gave their arguments for and against the constitutionality of the trial. Come on, political analyst Ron Dots are with strategies. 3 60 has some takeaways. From what we've heard so far, Number one. I think that across the board, the president's legal team seemed ill prepared, and they're being panned. Again, universally not only by Democrats, but even Republican senators that actually end up siding with them have pander performance pretty hard that they weren't on message. Rio prepared And as a consequence, they apparently the former president was going to happen eclectic today during their performance as well. So having said all that it really didn't change much in the voting. So, the Democrats added One more vote to the 55 told they had previously so with the 56 44 margin. They're going to go forward, but I think again the diet is cast here. And probably some level doesn't really matter about any performance. I also was struck. I thought that 13 minute video that Congressman Raskin shared today was was also Pretty compelling video. Visuals always work, and that would be a take away. So they were talking across the Senate and to the American public. In my opinion, the Democrats not only made their arguments in terms of The constitutional question, But they started setting up their layout. The narrative and I think we'll see. Theoretically we'll probably see a little bit of performance out of the president's legal team. But As it stands right now, the problem he's got, is he? The lawyers that he had lined up chose not to represent him so again at the end of day when he's 16 hours of done, that's probably going to be the end of it, And it will be a sizable margin that will not vote for impeachment long before covert 19 America's kids have been giving up playing organized sports, Como's Bill Swartz says. Seahawks star player is part of Mojo, the mobile APP to help bring back the joy and magic of youth sports. There's.
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"Moh news 1000 FM. 97 7 Good morning Once again, Thank you so much for making us a part of your morning. It's 11 31. We've got 44 clouds of downtown Seattle as we continue with our top stories on the comer 24 7 News Center, the ongoing quest to root out racial bias and unjustified use of force from the Seattle Police Department continues. As a newly appointed federal monitor readies a new compliance plan. The update from couples Corwin Hate. SPD interim chief Adrian DS says the new monitor will today file the plan with the court for the coming year. No specifics yet on what that plan will include. It comes more than eight years after the Seattle Police Department was first subjected to federal oversight to end racially biased policing. And it comes after a summer that saw SPD frequently clashed with racial equity protesters last year. Jennifer Tippers with the Office of Police Accountability, says officers ranked up 19,000 citizen complaints. 19,000 represents the number of complaints Opie's received related to the protests in 2020 GS says SPD has collaborated on the new plan with federal monitor Dr Antonio off Kelly Ah, Harvard professor and police public policy expert. He replaces longtime monitor. Merrick Bobb, who resigned last September. Corwin Hague Co. Moh newcomer whose time 11 32 State Democrats, passing a bill in the Senate that would make dramatic changes to the prison system, has graduated re entry program. Almost calling Johnson after six months in a facility and inmate who's not subject to deportation or civil commitment would be eligible to serve up to the final five months of their sentence at home. Inmates not serving a sentence for a sex offense or violent crime would be eligible. Just been just four months locked up. Then the rest of home spokesman review reports 16 amendments were debated on the floor, mostly from Republicans who wanted to tighten restrictions. When do the victim's matter? GOP Senator and rivers by adding them collected funds that we save from this program into the victim's compensation fund. Democratic Senator Christine Ralphs voted against the amendment. I want to let members know that there are no specific Fixed savings in this bill. The bill did pass the Senate and now moves on to the House. Carleen Johnson Come on News Seattle man arrested and charged in connection with the deadly rampage of the U. S Capitol four weeks ago. He's been identified as Ethan Nordine and described as a sergeant at arms for the Seattle chapter of the Far Right group. The proud Boys come most Patrick Quinn with more on the investigation, Ethan Nordine, he will remain In jail in Seattle until Monday for another hearing, in which they could decide to move Nordine to Washington, D C. Where these charges were filed. A family spokesperson told.
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"Yet to get inside because of how much damage there is. Tacoma, Cole Miller Co. Moh knew Nicole Miller telling us the building, by the way, is a total loss standoff of police into coma yesterday in a person now on the Pierce County jail. As a result, we just learned that person had a felony warrant out for his arrest. Officers say They were called out to a home when a person said the roommate was threatening to kill them with a knife. Police as well as the negotiation team showed up to try and talk to the person with that knife. But that person did not cooperate. A SWAT team responded, took that person into custody. That person has now been booked into jail for investigation of domestic violence. Assault That's almost seemed McCarron boy. What a head scratcher right now for road crews in California after a section of highway washed out by rains. Actually falling into the Pacific Ocean. This happened near the San Luis Obispo County Line Highway one known for its sweeping views of Rocky cliffs and the ocean and is popular with tourists. Of course. No word yet. On a possible timeline here for repairs. California's governor Gavin Newsom, declared a state of emergency for the county after winter storms caused mud flows and triggered evacuation. Almost Michelle Esteban, come on. Whose time of 6 34. We have traffic. And whether every 10 minutes on the force helping out here with coma news Sunday Curtis Calhoun from the Tube in law Group Traffic Center. Well as mentioned just a reminder eastbound 5 20 between mon, like an 84th avenue closed until five o'clock small morning due to some weekend road work. And that spot looks like earlier stall was found. 5 16, just before military road is mostly been cleared off to the left shoulder was partially taking up the left lane. One point in time, No restriction. There was Snoqualmie pass, and we do have traction tires advised over Stevens. Curtis count on coming traffic. Let's get an update on the weather forecast for the weekend errands on lots of rain around western Washington today, our temperatures upper forties to lower fifties and bring heat. That's no going up in the Cascades now for the lowlands, So we're gonna keep the rain going on Monday and Tuesday,.
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"Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 from earlier today. Here's co most Tom Hudler markets a wedding meeting of the Fed Reserve, which ends tomorrow on a bunch of corporate earnings reports to the Fed meeting getting underway today and with a look of what we might expect. I'm joined by bankrate dot coms, chief financial analyst Greg McBride. This is the first Fed meeting of the year. Certainly coming with a lot of economic turmoil surrounding it. Yes, certainly you know, I think they said, is clearly focused on the downside risks to the economy. Of course you know the virus. Surging, you know, even higher than it had been a previous meetings, job losses again on the rise instead of recovering jobs on business failures and ongoing concerns. I think the Point that Chairman Powell make abundantly clear is that the Fed is a long, long way from raising interest rates are dialing in any other combination. What is one takeaway from this meeting for consumers and business owners? It might be kind of. Ah, uh, something they have in common here. Well, you know, I think that there was a little bit of concern at the start of the year was so long term rates bump up and you know there's optimism but vaccines that And a lot of pent up demand that you know, we said, might be forced to raise interest rates sooner than expected. And you know, the chair pal is already kind of start to throw cold water on that. You expect him to reiterate that message that the Fed is going to keep rates low for a long, long time. They want businesses and consumers that have the confidence to go out. Borrow and spend. Which is what's needed to regenerate the economy. That said not to pull the rug out from under is inflation, something that we should be concerned about what? We're gonna hear a lot about it. We already are this year. A lot of that's just because there's some pent up demand. But then there's also the really low bar. Last year. The price index actually declined last spring. So even if the price index stays exactly where it is today, it'll look like inflation is accelerating in the months ahead because of the low bar set last year. A lot of that is just temporary. So you're gonna have to kind of filter through that. We'll hear a lot about inflation, but so far no indicators that we have to worry about a permanent jump. At least not in the near term, Greg. It seems like almost everything has been done. That could be done, but his arm or the Fed can do to stimulate the economy. Well, there's one remaining tool that they have is they could shift more. Their bond purchases toe longer term bonds. The benefit of that is that would help keep things like mortgage rates. Really well, Housing is going gangbusters. People are refinancing their mortgages and saving a couple 100 bucks a month. That's very stimulative to the economy. So if need be, I expected they would put that tool into effect. Not something they're going to do now, but definitely something I think that we'll get rolled out at some point here in 2021. Alright, thanks As always, for your insight. That's his bankrate dot coms chief financial analyst Greg McBride and that's Tom Hudler with the interview. Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on CO Moh news. Jim Tesco has your propel insurance money update was a fairly quiet day.
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"To stay informed. Co Moh midday. Good afternoon couple news time. 102 I'm Taylor van sites now the top stories from the camo 24 7 News Center. State lawmakers in the Senate Rules Committee plan to adjust some of the remote testimony rules in Olympia after complaints from citizens last week who didn't get a chance to testify or gotten you did once one minute rolled around. Kumble's Carleen Johnson reports holding a legislative session almost entirely by remote is a challenge to be sure, but it's been working for the most part. That is except for last week when more than 1600 people signed in and supportive Senate Bill 5114 to move the state to face to reopening. It was enough done, probably in the best way bike automatically muting folks at that one minute mark. Mid sentence without giving them a warning. Jason Mercy a with the conservative Washington Policy Center, says he's optimistic lawmakers will figure out how to make the public feel more respected, based on comments from Senator Andy Billing during the Rules Committee hearing last week is a learning curve, and I think the feedback that we are receiving from members and from the public is gonna be especially helpful, Garcia says. It's important for lawmakers to remember that for many citizens, this is their first time using remote testimony courtesy reminder that time is about It shouldn't be too much to ask Carleen Johnson. Come on news more than 400. People signed up to tell Olympia lawmakers what they think of bill that would ban high capacity gun magazines come. Oh super marrow reports. Senate Bill 50 78 would prohibit gun magazines that hold more than 10 rounds. Parents and family members of people killed in mass shootings with high capacity automatic weapons used in Michael T. O and Las Vegas gave emotional testimony in favor of it. Zach Elmore sister was shot at the route 91 concert in Vegas in 2017. This isn't hypothetical. It happened in my family has happened.
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"Reports of text messages that say something along along the lines of You to the pandemic. Netflix is offering everyone a three year of service to help you stay at home. Click this link to sign out. But if you click the link, you go to a fake website that asked for your personal information that's been Spradling with the better business Bureau. He says. It's called a smashing scam because it uses SMS messages in submission attempt increased by nearly 40% since March. How do you avoid becoming a victim? Don't believe every text you received and It doesn't matter how legitimate those look. They may not be as authentic as they seem, And he says, Don't respond to the message for any reason, because that gives the scammer a chance to engage with you, Greg her shoulder Co. Moh news. This is Come on news Sunday. I'm are cursed America. If he did, he was he phoned his documentation. And then I mean, it looks Francis offering prayers for a homeless man who died just feet away from ST Peter's Square last week. Head 1 46 year old Nigerian immigrant died on Wednesday when temperatures drop below freezing in Rome. KOA News am 1000 FM 97 7 your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on coma news now for a weekend edition of the Propel Insurance, Money and Business Update was report for us Dean. Maybe chill. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating claims that one of Ford Motors recalls didn't fix the issue. Brian Shook has the details. So far, the administration has received 11 complaints, saying the power tailgates weren't fixed when the super duty pickup trucks were re called. In 2019 Ford recall the F 2, 53 50 and the F 4 50 models after owners complained the power tail gates were opening while they were driving Treasury secretary nominee Janet Yellen is urging lawmakers to go big on another coronavirus stimulus package is interest rates at historic lows. The smartest thing we can do is act big yelling his former chair of the Federal Reserve, she told a Senate hearing. This is a good time to spend money to rebuild an economy that has been battered by the ongoing Corona virus outbreak. Ellen was one of president like Joe Biden's first Cabinet picks, Money News, 20 and 50 past the hour. Even here on Sundays at Komen Use a different future starts with you. That's why go, Daddy does more to help you find a name. You can create cell and get found online, so any small business can drive change or build an empire. We need a new generation of thinking your way of thinking.
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"Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 as Inauguration Day winds down One of the big stories is what didn't happen today in D. C From all appearances, it was a peaceful transfer of power. No big demonstrations. No riots, ABC, Sandy Fields spoke to Rick van size and ELISA Jaffe from Washington, D. C. And he says the tens of thousands of National Guard troops certainly seem to help. It didn't the fact that there weren't really any outside Spectators here. In fact, we saw chatter online in some of the few social media sites there is still left for some of these right wing groups. That they were told to stand down. Don't even risk going up against 25,000 troops in Washington or another cities. And so we saw relatively little unrest and I think also what may have chilled Their excitement about trying to do something like this again is the fact that the FBI has arrested I think over 100 people so far, and these folks are facing serious jail time and As much as you want to overthrow a government and follow a guy who now is no longer in power. You probably want less to go to jail or prison. And so that may have helped stop some of the Problems again as well. Even with that, Andy, I have to admit when I saw the Bidens get out of the beast, the big limo just about the driveway. There, the White House. I was a little concerned that a lot of people were that why they did that There could still be problems. You know, having been in that zone and covered virtually every inaugural since the second Reagan inauguration. That is a very secure area in order to get in there. Even the reporters that you saw, I think President Biden did a bit of fist bump or an elbow bump with Some reporters. He's walking down Pennsylvania Avenue. There, you need to go through about four or five levels of very tight security. Even to get to that point. You've been vetted. You have credentials, so the people who were in those areas Were pretty well known to the people who are in security there. I think one of the bigger problems over the last couple of days and we saw this was that they had 12 National Guardsmen who removed from duty there. Two of them. They thought may have suspected ties to some of these extremist groups, the others they were just being ridiculously cautious. Some of them had some sort of criminal. Record or something in their background that may have raised some eyebrows and they were removed from their posts there just to be safe, But thankfully, we got through the day without any problems, and Joe Biden and Kamila Harris are literally Back at work within minutes of arriving in the White House. Let me ask you this when you talked about your experience covering these events. Is this the sign of inauguration days to come Andy? Or or is there feeling that post pandemic It'll be more of a celebration with massive crowds and future inaugurations? Boy, I hope it's not a sign of things to come. These have been Really terrific celebrations. And even with President Trump and the controversy on how big a size of the crowd there was there I was in that crowd. I was on that mall in some of those big, empty spaces. There wasn't the giant crowds that he eventually generated later for some of his big rallies, and the president was all upset about that. And tonight we have the first press conference from Jen Psaki, the new press secretary for President Biden. Much different tone than four years ago in Sean Spicer came out in an ill fitting suit, not expecting to give a press conference at all. I think he borrowed a suit jacket from someone and then proceeded to literally The very first things out of his mouth were lives for the administration, saying that it was a much bigger crowd that it wasn't Which was odd because virtually no one cared except the president. That's a BCS Andy Field with Ric Van Sites and ELISA Jaffe your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on coma news. With you to propel insurance Money Update. Here's Daria Aldinger Stocks rallied on a day that Wall Street intersected with Pennsylvania Avenue. The Dow closed up 258 points. The S and P 553 and the NASDAQ rose 260, all of the major indices, closing at record highs. Markets rallied on encouraging earnings reports and on continued optimism that new leadership in Washington will mean more support for the struggling economy. President Joe Biden, now the nation's 46th president, supports a broader coronavirus stimulus package than his predecessor, Donald Trump. Did UnitedHealth's fourth quarter earnings tumbled. His costs from Cove in 19 hit the health insurance provider hard The company says its results still beat expectations. The Canadian company behind the Keystone XL oil pipeline is suspended work on the project. Mr Biden's Day. One plans include revoking a presidential permit for the pipeline, which would carry just short of a million barrels of oil a day from Alberta to the Texas Gulf Coast. Daria holding her ABC News For what it's worth. I'm Dave Packer. The work of the presidential campaign and transition are over now for the Biden administration, the work of governing begins and the always important 1st 100 days. When political watchers say the most can often get done, But Nathaniel Rake, it's election analyst of Fivethirtyeight says. Let's get one thing clear off the bat. More progressive proposals like Medicare for all or single pair option, like Senator Bernie Sanders supports those air definitely off the table because, as we hear from ABC senior Washington reporter Devin Dwyer, even though Democrats control both the House and the Senate It's with tiny margins in the House Democrats hold just in 11 Vote Edge and the Senate. It's dead. Even Kamila Harris is vice president the tiebreaker. But Biden, still looking to move fast on some big plans, says he'll move to eliminate the 2017 trump tax cuts and asked lawmakers to take on sweeping immigration reform Any plans to freeze work on the border wall and stop using Pentagon money to pay for it. For what it's worth, Dave Packer, ABC News From ABC News TECH TRENDS General Motors Latest move is into.
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"7 34, your co Moh forecast overnight lows in the mid thirties. Partly sunny tomorrow highs in the low fifties. Right now 42 in Seattle and 7 25. The New York City nurse who was the first in the nation to receive the coded 19 vaccine will be part of President elect Biden's inauguration. Sandra Lindsay, a nurse at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in Queens, will be featured in a TV special that will air the night of January. 20th. The show, hosted by Tom Hanks will also salute other essential workers, including Anthony Gaskin of Virginia UPS driver who has been celebrated by those on his route for his dedication to doing his job. As the pandemic surged around him. As Lisa G. Reporting, officials with the California Department of Public Health are no longer using a particular batch of coded 19 vaccines after some who received it experience side effects. Doctor Dean Bloomberg chief of infectious diseases at U. C. Davis Children's Hospital says. The decision to pause the program's heroes. It's working as it should. We're doing the appropriate search for any problems that we're keeping an eye on all possible adverse effects, wanting to make sure that it's always safety. Oh, provide the vaccine. We'll have more of the day's headlines from 80 See in just a moment. Come on his time. 7 27 stay safe. Seattle social distancing and masks are important, but so is knowledge. Stay connected. Stay informed on all things Cove.
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"Stay informed. Co Moh Sunday Good morning 11 02 from the camo 24 hour News Center. I'm Jeff Pooja. Look, Here's what we're following Governor Jay Inslee has called up the Washington National Guard to be at the state Capitol campus. They are already in place with Dozens of guardsmen Standing guard at the legislative building Now tomorrow is when lawmakers returned to begin the 2021 legislative session and numerous protests are expected. All of this comes after the violence in Washington, D C this week and after a group of about 100 people breached the gate of the governor's mansion on Wednesday. That group pledged to enter the Capitol building on Monday, even though it's closed due to covert restrictions. Initially said earlier this week he was considering the move to call up the guard. Well, we are committed to having security, so the legislators construction We know that the threat level has increased dramatically up to a 750 guard members will be deployed. Meanwhile, some negative reaction following social media posts by Seattle police Union leader Mike Solan this regarding SPD s involvement in the Washington D. C riots this past week he inferred black lives matter was responsible for the uprising. But to be clear the organization is not Washington Fraternal Order of Police criticized Solan for allowing personal bias to influence his perception of events and behavior. They say it severely compromised their ability to Fulfill their duty to protect and serve. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin said Solans statements do not reflect the values of the city of Seattle and former police chief Carmen Best has called for him to resign. Meanwhile, a pair of Seattle police officers are on administrative leave after the police chief says they're under investigation for potentially taking part in that riot in D C couples. Michelle Esteban has more chief DEA says the Office of Police. Accountability is right now investigating this case. In a statement, the chief says this quote SPD supports lawful expressions of First Amendment rights, but the violent mob and events that unfolded at the U. S Capitol Unlawful and resulted in the death of another police officer. Diaz also says if any of his officers were directly involved in the insurrection of the U. S capitol, they will be immediately fired. Come on news time. 11 04. Let's get a check of traffic. So to the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center we go. Here's Curtis Calhoun. The world's a pretty light drive an area roadways over your mountain passes, though tracking tires advised, horrible. Snoqualmie and Stevens.
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"Learning more today about the woman who was killed inside the Capitol building yesterday. Veteran Ashley Babbitt. ABC is Alex Stone joins us with the details. Yes. So we talked to our teams did her grandfather today and he lives here in California, and he told us a little bit about her. His name is Tony Massey yacht and he was pretty distraught, emotional over her death. But he says that when she came home at Christmas time that she made it pretty clear that she was going to go to Washington to try to stand up for President Trump that he says that she was diehard supporter of the president, Hey said, And I'm quoting what he told us ever since he was running for election and 2015. She went bananas over Trump, he said, Like he was the coming of the Lord, I guess is the way that Tony Massey had put it that he says she was all in that she was constantly arguing for the president. She decided she was going to go there as a military vet and somebody who felt like that she needed to stand up for the president. And that's why she went there. But Hey, says that you know she was a patriot. He says that she stood up for her country, He says she was a very giving person for brothers. He helped raise her than she helped take care of him as he's gotten older, but he was very, very emotional today. ABC is Alex Stone. Thank you, Alex. You got it. Thanks, Lisa. ABC News Political analyst Steve Roberts sees a silver lining from yesterday's violent takeover of the capital by President Trump's supporters, and he talked more about it today with Cuomo's Craig Hirsch Holt. Steve says the mob failed and the system triumphed. Despite every attempt by President Trump to subvert the will of the voters failed because the system is strong. It failed because federal judges, including many appointed by Donald Trump, stood up to him. It failed because elected officials, like the secretary of state Republican secretary of state in Georgia, refused to bend under his will. It failed because vice president Pence Yesterday followed the constitution and resisted the president's pressures. And he says it failed because the American system is not fragile. It is strong Steve Roberts says He's feeling good about the American system today. Greg her Schultz Co. Moh news. Come on news time. 6 27. Okay, Parachutes..
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"News Station Co. Moh new upcoming Boeing's latest money saving move, I'm core would hate shutting down the guys in the white coats that story and more after a live update Now from ABC News come on, Whose time 10 30. This. Our Congress gaveled in vice President Mike Pence, presiding over the ratification of the electoral college results Within minutes, representative Paul Gosar of Arizona objected to the states results Mean Joe Biden teller is verified, appears to be regular in form and authentic. Mr Vice President I Paul goes are from here's What purpose? Does the gentleman from Arizona? Right? I rise up both for myself and 60 of my colleagues to object to the counting of the electoral Alice from Arizona that triggered the procedural debate for Congress members in their own chambers, who houses will withdraw from joint session. Other objections are expected to follow but not expected to change the results. President Trump turning to his base today, speaking at a rally with Trump supporters continuing to make found this baseless claims of election fraud, it follows more than 60 legal challenges, including in Arizona, where cases were dismissed. Withdrawn or ruled against due to lack of evidence. Michelle Franzen, ABC named Co Moh news. 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning once again, 10, 31 and 46 cloudy degrees downtown as we bring you our top stories from the Coma 24 7 News center, with higher covert numbers expected soon. Governor Insley Restructuring Washington's opening plan or reopening planets comes Brian Calvert reports. Reaction has been mixed. Another 2337 new cases of covert 19 have been confirmed in Washington, and there have been an additional 59 co. Vered related deaths. And even though governor injury has changed the name as well as reopening from a county to a regional approach, there's still not a lot of relief for restaurant owners in this new plan just doesn't seem right. Restaurants are being punished or Close when we're doing everything possible to re open up. The State Restaurant.
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"News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good evening I'm Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the Coma 24 7 News Center. Powerful 12. Punch of rain and wind are expected to deliver some challenges for utility crews come. Oh, Suzanne phone checked in with several neighborhoods in the region to hear how they're doing all across western Washington. Wind and rain are moving in fast in Inter Basch operas like no are braving the elements in the rain. The steep angle right now in west Seattle, Jackie Crumpler is not letting the rain stop her from doing a good deed for her neighborhood feels good to help out. That's all you know. Clean. Make sure it's clean for everybody else in the rain, not dampening anyone Spirits Saturday in Lake Force people and pets getting some exercise. Others are out and about for some fresh air. Perhaps a cup of Joe Brother Chai lattes, but others scrambling to beat the clock knowing what mother Nature had in store wind. Ah lot of it. That's cool. Most Suzanne phone reporting We're in for some severe weather this weekend. Western Washington and Oregon are going to get hit with strong winds, Widespread rain and heavy mountain snow. Sustained winds around the Puget Sound or expected between 20 and 30 MPH this weekend with gusts up to 55. It's already snowing on both Snoqualmie and Stevens pass and traction tires are advised or required. Two people were killed in a horrible accident along Highway 702 and Eighth Avenue East near yelling this afternoon, the base sedan the victims were in, had a missing window and had several strips of clear tape instead..
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"Numbers from the State Health Department today. The department did not give any updates Friday because of the New Year's holiday. As of Thursday night. They've been more than 246,000 cases. Since the start of the pandemic. 3461 people have died in nearly 15,000 people have been hospitalized with covert 19. So when will you be eligible for the vaccine? We know high risk health care workers, first responders and long term care Residents are first and then all other health care workers will be next for everyone else to State Health Department will soon release an online survey. Called Phase finder. It will help you figure out your eligibility and find your vaccination locations near you. Count on Co. Moh to let you know when that tool becomes available. The country in our state are looking to get vaccinations back on track after a few messy weeks, and now there's a growing push to get grocery store workers the shot as soon as possible. Como's Cole Miller with more on the message, and the response from the governor's office, thrust into the front lines during the covert 19 pandemic grocery store workers across the country has been a battle. We've been fighting for a long time and as the new year kicks off a growing number of outbreaks at supermarkets and Yacouba at least 145 positive cases of the virus. It's out of Costco, the United Food and Commercial Workers Union demanding more be done to keep workers everywhere. Safe, including the 62,000 represented here in Washington State. Angel Gonzalez is with the Tacoma based chapter made him sign up for this now a push to get them vaccinated and a plea to governors. In order for us to keep our grocery store workers safe. We need to have him second only to health care workers in a statement, Governor Jay in Julie's office says in part quote right now, the priority is on health care workers and Long term care facilities. Other important groups like grocery workers will be considered accordingly. Gonzales says he has had talks with the governor's office and he's encouraged by them and hopes progress will be made. So stop pushing for large change to reintroduce hazard pay, which disappeared from any workers last summer. According to the union, out of more than 1.3 million members in the U. S. There have been more than 20,000 cases of covert 19 and 116 grocery store workers have died. State and local health leaders are eager to see what effect New Year's Eve gatherings will have on the overall covert 19 case count. But for now, the numbers continue to trend Downward. Co Moh skeet Eldridge talked to Dr You, Mayor Shaw, State secretary of health. We headed into a new year but covered 19 is coming.