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Wiggins scores season-best 31 points, Warriors beat Clippers
"Kawhi Leonard and Paul George were absent due to injuries and without them the warrior steamrolled the clippers beating LA one 24 one O 7. Andrew Wiggins made 6 threes and led Golden State with 31 points. Every game is going to be different. Steph's going to be stuff. Always. But tonight, the ball was moving to find a lot of people. And made some shots. Stefan curry added 22 points and Klay Thompson scored 15 of his 18 points in the first quarter. The clippers only scored 18 points in the second quarter and trailed by 29 points in the final period. In the loss, Marcus Moore senior with 19 points. Ryan leong, San Francisco
"marcus moore" Discussed on KOMO
"This is northwest news radio 1000 FM 97 7. Now to Texas and the last funeral for a victim of the school massacre in ivaldi, the service coming as more parents speak out about the police response to the shooting, and as hearings resume tomorrow, ABC's Marcus Moore has more from Dallas. A month later, Kimberly and angel Garcia are still yearning for answers. I just miss her. Like, I just start talking about her and it's just so hard just to know that I don't have her anymore. Ten year old Amari Joe Garza was one of the 19 children killed and you've already May 24th along with two of their beloved teachers. Like so many other despot parents, her stepfather, Angela medic, quickly responded to calls for help that day at rob elementary. I don't get how you can listen to those kids and not go save them. There are also calls for accountability over the law enforcement response to the massacre, and since the shooting, much of the focus in the public has been placed squarely on school district police chief Pete areno. Has defended his actions and said in an interview that he didn't consider himself the commanding officer on the scene that day. There's so many officers at that school. And they were so busy trying to keep us away. Who do you want us to know about our Marie? Is she always made sure that people knew that they had a friend? I'm Ari's family, now cherishing the art. She crafted with her innocent hands that now bring comfort to their grieving hearts. Angel writing this open letter to Amari after her death. I know what to tell you had my look. You could have gone anywhere. It hurts me the most that I won't get to see who you would have become. Family members describe amaury Joe as brave and a natural protector. In fact, they said that she tried to call 9-1-1 that day before she was shot and killed. So even in her final moments, this ten year old girl thought
"marcus moore" Discussed on KOMO
"Com. Russia has shattered weeks of relative column in Ukraine's capital with a missile attack. This as western leaders were meeting in Germany, president zelensky says a 37 year old man was killed. His daughter and wife injured when missiles hit an apartment building, and a railroad worker was also reported killed. Amid pride events, tragedy, ABC's Llama Hassan. Norway's prime minister and members of the Norwegian royal family attended a memorial service for the victims of a shooting in the capital. Two people were killed and 20 others injured after a gunman opened fire on a bar popular with the LGBTQ+ community on Saturday. The man arrested in Norway has refused to talk about it to investigators, say police and his lawyer, police say he's a 42 year old Norwegian citizen originally from Iran. The families grieving the loss of their children and teachers killed in the school shooting and Yuval, Texas are looking for accountability. Many blaming police. ABC's Marcus Moore is there. Ten year old Amari Joe Gaza was one of the 19 children killed and you've already a month later Kimberly Garcia still yearning for answers. There is so many officers at that school and they were so busy trying to keep us away. Much of the focus in the public has been placed squarely on school district police chief he added are defended his actions and said in an interview that he didn't consider himself the commanding officer on the scene that day. This is ABC News. Northwest traffic every ten minutes on the forest from the dubin law group traffic center. Here's Evan Smith. Still seen some hesitation due to the
"marcus moore" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Are investigating the deaths of three people whose bodies were found in Chicago's waterways over the weekend Police say they have not determined if the deaths are linked but they're wondering Saturday the bodies of two women were found 30 minutes apart in separate areas of the Chicago river One was discovered in the 100 block of north riverside Plaza in the city's west loop neighborhood The other in the 2800 block of south Eleanor street in Bridgeport A man's body was pulled from Lake Michigan on the near south side Sunday morning Autopsies are being conducted As those left behind in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv begin to pick up the pieces of their hometown after weeks of violent shellings from the Russian military a group of American firefighters are working alongside them to help sift through the endless mountains of debris Here's ABC's Marcus Moore Firefighters mostly from California are part of an organization called project joint guardian And we saw them at one of these neighborhoods where they were helping to search the buildings for any people who may have been underneath the rubble They recovered a couple of bodies but they said that it was a way for them to provide closure to the families here who have lost loved ones And WLS continues to partner with met global to help the people of Ukraine the needs are great and you can see the full list of how and what to donate a WLS a.m. dot com click on the events page Federal prosecutors announced they will no longer bring charges or will not bring charges that is against former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke and the shooting death of Laquan McDonald in 2018 WLS news.
"marcus moore" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"In half The building that was the scene of reports collapsed earlier this week will be demolished Years Nick Gale In a memo from the city the Chicago department of buildings has determined that the building in the 3400 block of west Jackson is not structurally sound The collapse Tuesday killed 53 year old Anthony Wright and injured two others The department says it plans to work with the owners on a timeline for demolition and will assist the owners as they recover from that accident Nickel 8 90 WLS news A federal judge has denied singer R. Kelly's bid to delay sentencing for his racketeering conviction until after his trial on separate charges in Chicago The decision to keep the June 16 sentencing date means Kelly could already be facing decades behind bars by the time he goes on trial at the dirksen courthouse August 1st Kelly is eligible for anywhere from ten years to life in prison after being convicted on the racketeering conspiracy charges in Chicago He's accused of conspiring with two associates to rig his 2008 child pornography case in Cook County and high gears of alleged sexual abuse of young girls Days after a $750 million Russian warship sunk in the Black Sea a major loss for Moscow now confirmed by U.S. officials Ukrainian officials are warning there's an increased risk of air strikes on the capital city ABC's Marcus Moore is there We have heard the air raid sirens going off today and officials here in Ukraine have been urging people who are in the city to be vigilant that when they hear those sirens to find cover immediately because they anticipate that the number of air strikes are expected to increase here in the coming days More than 900 civilian bodies have been discovered in the region surrounding the capital following the withdrawal of Russian forces now regrouping in the eastern part of the country Twitter appears to be getting ready for a fight with Elon Musk after his $43 billion bid to buy the company It's a corporate move known as a poison pill Twitter confirming now its board of directors has adopting a shareholders rights plan as a result of Elon Musk's bid.
"marcus moore" Discussed on KOMO
"The first stop to safety for the traumatized fleeing this war This little boy crying out mama mama The tunnels beneath the station so packed those refugees could only shuffle forward They're being evacuated in tour buses city buses vans This elderly woman beckoned me over So what's a no fly zone over Ukraine It was too much for her but her grandson Valentin had to stay and wanted to talk to us And could you go back to your house to try to get what you need We don't have anything and we must start a new life It appears that the Russian offensive in and around Kyiv has bogged down That is president zelensky a short time ago saying that Russian forces are now preparing to besiege the biggest Ukrainian port city of Odessa If that happens it would mean that almost every major city in the eastern half of Ukraine is either occupied or encircled by Russian troops Back up in ABC News lviv Ukraine Now to the refugee crisis expanding by the minute the United Nations saying one and a half million people have fled Ukraine since the war started ABC's Marcus Moore with the latest from Poland The desperate fight of refugees from Ukraine intensifying Children and the elderly all forced to flee as Russia steps up its bombardment in Ukraine America's top diplomat touring the neighboring countries of Ukraine On a stop in Moldova praising the country for taking in scores of refugees We admiring the generosity the hospitality the willingness to be such good Friends to people who are in distress And visiting.
"marcus moore" Discussed on KGO 810
"Have a break ABC's Marcus Moore is an ardmore Oklahoma Hospitals across the country are buckling under the crush of patients at smaller hospitals in Oklahoma teams are caring for their neighbors There are people you work with There are people that go to your church There are people you see in Walmart every day But you have to take care of them You have to do it anyway So you do And then the next day comes and you do it again But a hopeful sign in places first hit by the variant cases now dropping New York governor Kathy hochul today celebrating her statewide positivity rate being under 10% a second day in a row 10% sound the alarm is so many we have 23% statewide a few weeks ago This is extraordinary progress A nation mourning the death of a police officer killed in a shooting Friday in an apartment in Harlem New York another officer injured responding to the 9-1-1 call about a mother and son fighting Former police officer in Florida Gulf Coast university professor David Thomas domestic violence is probably one of the scariest animals dangerous calls that you can go on Because the officers have a job of being the mediator The shooting is the latest in a string of crimes that have unnerved the nation's largest city With talks wrapped in Geneva between U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and his Russian counterpart the question now what will Russia do when it's provided a written response to its demands ABC's Patrick Reeves on the ground in Ukraine where tensions are high We just got back from the front line in eastern Ukraine where if an invasion happens that would be ground zero Russia has repeatedly denied it will attack Ukraine but it is continuing to mass troops with more arriving almost daily a senior Ukrainian commander telling us that there are now a 127,000 Russian soldiers near the borders A lap monkey on the loose in Pennsylvania public told not to approach it got away from a traffic crash on a state highway in montour county You're listening to ABC News A ten traffic Now checking KGO traffic in Nevada one O one southbound between San Antonio road and Atherton the left lane is closed until noon for some tree work causing slow traffic through there The smart trains are all running delays of up to 20 minutes today due to some track work San Francisco 19th avenue stop and go anywhere from kirkham road to a Golden Gate park People probably to enjoy the good weather and get out to the coast Palo Alto two 80 northbound before a page mill road a vehicle in the center divide One of them is on fire Two 80 northbound before truesdale in milbray a ladder in the second lane from the left and high winds through the altamont pass and on the venetia bridge With KGO traffic I'm dean Michaels Hi Doug Andrew here for questions Did you or someone you know lose money in the market in 2008 Do you think a crash.
"marcus moore" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"And other high profile cancellations and postponements because of COVID ABC's Marcus Moore The country is bracing for what could be another alarming surge of the virus Positive COVID cases on the rise again 33 states plus D.C. are seeing a 10% uptick in daily cases Health officials say all Macron is spreading quickly across the country and set to overtake deltas the dominant variant Hospitals are overwhelmed ICU capacity at 15% or less in 18 states Saturday Night Live show tonight will be done without a studio audience because of positive tests Dead after a battle with COVID Washington state senator Doug Ericsson staunch conservative former leader of Donald Trump's campaign in Washington and an outspoken critic of the governor's COVID emergency orders and of protecting rights of people not to be vaccinated No word of Erickson was vaccinated He'd visited El Salvador weeks ago a country the CDC says as a high level of coded recommending visitors be vaccinated Ericsson was 52 ABC's Julia McFarland and London We are just 7 days now from Christmas in Europe once again seeing a surge in COVID-19 records are breaking both on the continent and here in the UK where officials recorded 93,045 new daily cases That's the highest number of daily new infections since the start of the pandemic Total tornado deaths in Kentucky have risen to at least 78 as the governor The man who helped organize president Trump stopped a steel rallies over false claims of election fraud says he spoke with a number of Republican lawmakers beforehand ABC's Andy field in Washington conservative activist alie Alexander telling the January 6th committee that he had a phone call with Republican congressman Paul gosar possibly texted representative mo Brooks and spoken person to Arizona Republican Andy Biggs Right after the attack congressman Biggs told ABC he was not aware of meeting anyone who planned the rally or the attack Listening to ABC News From the W iod 24 hour traffic.
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"Programs enrollment in cygnet depends on contract renewal And we now go to ABC News and early on we heard from Benny Thompson as well saying what would happen to you if you did what Steve Bannon has done really making it plain for the American people And when you talk about the public in general where do most Americans stand right now as far as how justifiable or necessary this committee's work is at this point Yeah it's interesting when you look at the latest snippy act poll that came out just tonight you're seeing that most Americans actually feel like they know enough about January January 6th But they don't feel like there's additional information necessarily that could be gleaned from this effort But that same poll also had a majority 51% saying that president Trump has been undermining democracy since January 6th and a larger margin than that 59% saying that in their view January 6th was an attack on democracy So people have internalized this I think the question for the committee is how much you continue to hammer that home Remind people of what happened just that 9 9 or ten months ago and again how terrible that day was even though right now there is in a sense among the public that there are unanswered questions Clearly there are things we don't know including what the president's role was you know the round that date We may never learn everything around it As John reported we could be playing out the clock quite a bit here over the ensuing months But the effort by this committee to try to keep this in the news keep this in the headlines keep this as a focus and a piece of conversation I think he's going to be a big one And we know so much surrounding this investigation into January 6th has really been clouded by politics If this process does get delayed through core challenges and runs deeper into next year what kind of impact do you think that this could potentially have on the midterms both in primaries and the general election next fall Yes fascinating Lindsay it's going to mean different things in different places For congresswoman Cheney but we saw so much of just tonight She's got a primary challenger who's been supported by president Trump And the message that president Trump is trying to send to all Republicans is that if you cross him you're gonna do that at your political peril and that it could cut back against you But the message to a more mainstream Republicans other Republicans who are now at least quietly concerned about how Trump has handled all of this but won't say so publicly the message that's being sent is that you're going to pay a political price for that that people are going to be reminded of what happened on January 6th And the timeline here is so interesting because the Democrats control the clock but so much of the information could be controlled by former president Trump and the people around him the Democrats could spread this out as much as they want They could wrap it up as quickly as they want They want to report out though that voters will have in time for the midterms They'll be able to take into consideration any of the information in the revelations Any of the concrete findings before next November because the closer you get to election day the more politicized it's going to be the more political it looks But again they don't want too much time to be spaced out there either So it's going to be a little bit of a dance between all of these different entities over the next 13 months or months or so Recline thank you so much I appreciate all of your insight as well And now we move back to the desperate efforts to rescue a missionary group that was kidnapped in Haiti The FBI has now made contact with the gang suspected of holding the 16 Americans in one Canadian They are demanding millions for their safe return ABC's Marcus Moore once again on the ground for us in Haiti tonight and actually caught up with a priest who was kidnapped and freed by that suspected gang.
"marcus moore" Discussed on The Drill Down
"marcus moore" Discussed on The Drill Down
"And thousand dollar average revenues of peru's just swanky places that are going great for them even some of the other properties. Maybe you're slowing down a little bit. So i thought it was interesting to hear the ceo. Richard stockton talk about investor conference On august seventeenth middle august. Talking about you know how the results were doing and where people are actually willing to spend some money Even bigger numbers lisa. That pardon looked like it in bigger numbers and they had even in two thousand nineteen your high end leisure business and leisure resorts love. Your resorts are doing very well We've seen rates above where we were able to get pre pandemic. I think a lot of that is driven by the desire ability of our assets. And the fact that we're in grade that we've got great ashen grey locations and this is where we wanna go. I wanna go same I did walk by some of those places in the nfl last weekend. It was a lovely spot extra down. Let's look at marine max. I'm gonna if you know. This is one of my favorite companies. I've talked about marie max before. H z os. What a trades under h shares. Were relatively flat today. But they'd get ninety percent in a year. So what's new with remax. Well we talked about it back in july briefly and one of the reasons companies as one short the stock short this because the ceo said they're having a lousy quarter and i was an investment conference. Raymond james investment conference and there. Were you know easily. A hundred other hedge fund and portfolio managers in the room. Who heard the ceo saying they were doing having a lousy quarter but the analysts have raymond. James kept saying no. It's going to be really good quarter. I don't know why he's saying that. I walked out of the room saying he just told you they're not doing well. So short of the stock and they came out with a lousy earnings and the stock went down. And i always. I always thought it was so great of that then. Ceo to to be so honest His son dow runs a company as ceo. And it's she financial officer. Michael mclamb also handled out of the duties on their quarterly conference calls but today they announced Well they've been talking about an inability to get enough self stuff to sell the boats during the pandemic and after the pandemic have been selling like crazy. They just can't get enough inventory. Well how do you get more inventory. You buy a boat maker. So they bought intrepid powerboats based in largo florida. The announced acquisition tita. Today they make custom powerboats And the deals gonna close by the end of the year. They think it's going to be a creative right off the bat. This company did sixty million dollars in revenue and was profitable the expected profitability to continue. And we'll be creative to this company and the acquisition in the first twelve months of the deal on once it's closed but i thought it was interesting to hear from the company in though ask conference call about what inventory meant and indeed if they were having cancelled zayd cancellations at all from orders that the customers were putting out there for new boats. Here's cfo michael mclamb. We really haven't seen any any any uptick in cancellations at all people are locking. I think there's a dynamic out there that in the past people voters have always upgraded. Both right they wanna larger boat one day and i think in the past people would say hey next season. Let's go looking for both right now. People are looking at it and say we'd better get our vote on order now if we want it for next season. So there's that's creating some patients in and of itself and people are being more proactive about their future. Purchase and You know we'll figure out a way to keep them on the book 'cause get more votes. That's a marine. Max is doing the many businesses that suffered during cova. Would you believe the sale of atm's are automatic. Teller machine was totally in the tank but that businesses coming back at a really interesting analysis from zia's marcus more one of our favorites on deibel nixdorf. What's happening with the business of. Atm's the drill down is brought to you by brain. Trust global talent network to match is highly skilled technical freelancers with the world's most reputable brands brain. Trust is how clients like bank of america. Goldman sachs porsche. Under armor and more agile tech teams fast in a fraction of the cost visit brain. Trust dot com. That's b. r. a. n. t. r. u. s. t. dot com to learn more are welcome back to the drill on. Podcast has promised we've got zeos. Marcus more always glad to have marcus more around in marcus You brought up a really interesting company to our attention as you always do Diebold yes dorf. We try to keep it interesting. It sounds like a cartoon character sounds. It'd be finished in verb. Well yeah it's an interesting history of and they go back over one hundred years. The deebo business actually started with safes and security and all that and then kind of ventured into atm machines and they purchased the wing chord nixdorf company of germany. In two thousand seven right. No sorry two thousand fifteen. Sorry sorry way to stiebel tables. Okay you know you never like to correct a host now and that's all good. It's so it's it's a three billion dollar company with an eight hundred million which is your specialty. What is so basically. They are a have view themselves as a leader in what they call connected commerce. And you know it's a fancy way to say that they facilitate Banking and retail transactions Mostly through first off their atm's what's the biggest part of their business and then also through like self-checkout or sell checkoff kiosks in retail and so globally they have the number one hundred per share all atm's What about a one million installed units in about a thirty percent market share. And then they're number one in retail kiosk in like self-checkout the you know the the the online or the store ordering you might see a fast food restaurant. Now they're number one in europe With a nineteen percent market share globally but their market share in europe is somewhere like thirty forty percent and so the focus again so like the like the safeway. I live listeners. Note that markets. And i live near each other and the and the only way to get out of there at any results so in the focus i think sometimes is placed too much on. Atm's given the fact that in the us and most developed economies you're saying significant reductions in bank branches significant reduction in cash transactions. But you have to think about that. You know throughout the rest of developing europe in developing countries. They're still kind of ramping up those of services and so there's still a need for that business and even in the us and european markets which are more mature deeper was actually taking market share because of some of their new technology They have a system called the deion series. Which is kind of new network around. Atm's and it's faster they actually use recycled material. It's lighter to ship so it's a cost less to the user but then also it's connected in so with how it works. Is they have a software that connects the entire system in that that network connection allows them to be much more proactive kind of managing any potential outages in maintenance. And so instead of you know just having the go every six months because that's just the routine scheduled that we do maintenance on these machines they actually can tell in real time. If there's a potential outage bet may be sooner than the six month window in which they would normally Do some routine maintenance or maybe longer so they don't have to make that stop and so what they're finding is that Cost in terms of maintenance costs in terms of the ongoing maintenance are down about fifty percent relative to the previous years of atm's and so given that functionality and reduce downtime they're seeing a lot of you know significant wins even in a mature space like the us banking market has released. Atm's.
"marcus moore" Discussed on The Drill Down
"On stocks and move and we have the three most important developments in the world of business today with executive producer. Isaac webster cory the. Us trade deficit widened to a record in august is imports. Rebounded imports rose one point. Four percent reflecting higher shipments into the us of consumer goods and industrial supplies. Though shipments into an out of the us grew overall and august issues with global supply. Chains have continued as we know a severe shortage of semiconductors forced automakers to reduce their production exports vehicles and parts fell eight percent while imports also shrank five point two percent and also let's get to energy prices energy prices continue to surge today the west texas intermediate us the us oil benchmark rising another one point seven percent to seven over seventy eight almost seventy nine dollars a barrel after reaching its highest level since two thousand fourteen. Yesterday and natural gas prices are also soaring concerns about a shortfall and stockpiles. Heading into winter worth noted that the oil bill talked to amplify energy a pipeline. That's leaking have probably has nothing to do with that really didn't produce that much oil. That would have an effect on oil prices and finally let's get to apple. A banks are reportedly pushing visa to adjust the way it processes some apple pay transactions. Now this is according to the wall street journal. The paper says under a potential plan by visa the fees that card issuers. Pay to apple. When they're cardholders use apple pay wouldn't apply on automatic recurring payments such like gym memberships are streaming services. Visa may implement this change next year but the journal says it may not because apple executives have told visa reportedly that they oppose the change. Yeah they wanna keep getting cut thinks. Well the big issue there. That's the reason apple pay works for visa is as a better kind of fraud detection right the fatality. The biometric proof of the user is who the user claims to be is something that visa doesn't have otherwise and apple. You know things that maybe these ought to be paying for that That benefit lower fraud is more more profit for visa at once. Share that corey was socks. You drilling down on today. Start with unity software. You need software trades under you. Shares rose almost ten percent today and they've gained fifty two percent in a year. What's going on with unity software. Yeah so vastly outperforming the s&p five hundred now full disclosure. I spent some time with some executives at unity in media training teaching them how to be on camera so figure that i'm totally biased. I think is a very interesting business. regardless Now it is a gaming business release. It started that way creating an engine and software tools to sort of manipulate that engine. The probably half of all the world's video games now But there's much more of this business now than games in three d. they're going into a world where all kinds of companies are starting to design three d. experiences online and offline companies like not just gaming companies right. This might surprise you. Lows walgreen nature. Conservancy these are all customers of this. Three d gaming engine of where the company now kind of describes it as the multi-diverse now today announced that unity meta cast is a new sports platform doing interactive content As in particular partnering with ufc or your huge fan. Isaac of the mixed martial arts. I am actually. yeah well. Why wouldn't you be so These apartment with usc to create some new stuff. They're not saying what is going to be beyond games and the guy they're hired to run. It is really an interesting higher here. Peter moore who had been the number two guy at an electronic arts left there to be president of the nco. The liberal football club and terrific success with liverpool. He's coming back to the states and back to the gaming business actually. I assume he's coming back to the states. He's been in. England friendly cinema facebook message this morning But i think it's a huge deal to bring in someone of that calibre to this company and this guy that could have run electronic arts of something. Big he's a catch for unity and it shows how this business goes beyond just video games into actual sports and who knows what else And it was interesting to last conference. Call to hear john. Rick italo these. Ceo of unity talk about how their businesses or more than just games and and more than just selling software but selling software as a service and also selling their own professional services programmers. Who could kind of teach other companies how to use that software and get up and running in the multi-diverse today we get outside gaming Permanently shaft physician professional services business. You're right we shall see seat licenses and show runtime applications like warm. I can reflect for customers. These companies have also typically need Help getting up and running with their new applications And show we'd companies like walgreens and lows the nature conservancy and many many others professional services you in prior to talk about how they're hiring entity developers a lot of these companies. Are they are. They often need professional services from unity to augment more in a smaller scale team that may have internally to build what it is they want hence engage with us on unprofessional service. And i see a lot more of that going forward from this company where they're looking at lots of different kinds of customers who are trying to create three d. experiences. You know imagine a kia where you go into room in your house. You pick the couch that you want and you can turn your phone around the room to see what that couch and different colors would look like in the actual room. That's the kind of three d- experience that increasingly they're going to have the ability to provide siamese for that. I think it sounds fascinating. What is your next drill down. Let's look at braemar hotels and resorts be. Hr shares fell today but they've gained ninety percent in a year. What's going on with braemar so it was never really looked at Prior to today but an interesting hotel company. I thought it'd be interesting to kind of look at what's going on with a with a post kovic world as in regards to the hotel business. You'll probably know business was hurt. Worse braemar has a about a billion four enterprise value with about forty million that in stock of us in debt. of course it is a hotel rate and so This of all the reeds. All the hotel rates these guys have just the fanciest properties the highest average revenue peru. They've got ritz. Carlton they've got resorts and saint thomas in napa valley in sarasota torrey pines golf course in san diego They came out with an update today with Saying that they were fifty seven percent full of occupancy. In september their average daily rate isaac three hundred thirty three dollars and their their revenue. The ref power the revenue per available room. One hundred eighty eight bucks. Now that reflects an increase of a lot over last year but lower than two thousand nineteen so it's one hundred sixty seven percent of her last year but twenty one percent below two thousand eighteen september. There's still a month away from rewarding results but This shows You know that that increase in earier basis really as board. It sounds good but it just isn't. They had come out only a few weeks ago saying that they were just doing fantastically well that they were doing. Better than two thousand nineteen because more properties open things have slowed down for them. They said in a press release today and they didn't do a news conference or or conference call with investors but they said that they had fallen quote somewhat short of initial expectations due to market. Concerns about shocker. Cova nineteen delta variant but the napa properties. You know these napa properties as a banana yountville. No they're nice stated them and they're just nice but bar desa resort and spa hotel yountville. Were doing fourteen hundred dollars.
"marcus moore" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Texas Gulf Coast, maybe sees Marcus Moore is in Houston. We have been experiencing on and off periods of strong winds and rain here in Houston, as those bands have come through, and right now we're experiencing one of those bands and those sheets of rain come down. Officials overnight. We're concerned about the potential for dangerous flash flooding. In fact, the mayor yesterday urged residents to get off of the roads by sundown and to stay in their homes throughout the night into this morning. Already more than 400,000 customers in Texas and Louisiana are without power. Voting is now winding down. And California's gubernatorial recall election maybe sees Alex Stone has more from Los Angeles. Voting hasn't even ended. And already Larry Elder, the leading GOP candidate, says there could be quote shenanigans in the recall that he says would be similar to the 2020 election. There was no evidence of widespread election fraud in 2020. He has lawyers to look into claims it could pop up today. And former President Trump has put out a statement saying, quote. Does anybody really believe the California recall election isn't rigged and quote so before the counting has even started with no evidence of any issues, yet the groundwork for claims as being late even though a lot of people are trying to get them. Covid booster shots are currently only available to those who are immune compromised. Doctors also insisting That one dose of the Johnson and Johnson shot or two doses of either Moderna or fighters should be more than enough protection against the Delta Variants. Shots are going to be rolled out eventually for everybody, probably by Thanksgiving. But at this point in time to back shins are very effective in preventing, you know, Death and hospitalizations. ABC News Medical contributor Doctor Imran Ali Russian President Vladimir Putin and self imposed isolation. The Kremlin says a member of his inner circle has tested positive. You're listening to ABC News. The pandemics reminded us we live in a sea of airborne germs that can assault us with every breath. Your nose is the body's first line of defense by helping filter out allergens, bacteria and viruses before they reach your lungs. But like any air filter, the more clogged up, it gets, the less it works. So how do you clean your nose? I'm Martin Hoke and I didn't invent nasal irrigation..
Thousands of Vaccine Doses Going Unused Across U.S. As Demand Declines
"Concerned? The demand for the covert 19 vaccine is declining. NBC's Marcus Moore report thousands of doses going unused across the country. In Oklahoma, a state where the average daily death toll is rising. FEMA is going door to door in an effort to change people's minds in Philadelphia, the clock is ticking 3000 doses set to expire this afternoon at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. After vaccinating 7000 people a day they're the average has dropped to the low hundreds. I don't want to do it, but I'm gonna do it because I want to go see my grandson and my daughter. Overall cases across the country are dropping and states are now rolling back more restrictions in Georgia, the Atlanta Braves truest part it will be open at 100% capacity next week. And in New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, signing an executive order allowing day and sleep away camps to reopen this summer. But as life returns to normal and alert, some insurance companies are also changing policies. And no longer waving some covert fees. People have that cope. It now could be facing huge deductible payments of $1000.2000 dollars, even more than that one provider at not telling ABC news that while some of their wavers like inpatient treatment expired in January and February, Are still waiving fees for covert testing and vaccines. ABC is markets more
Houston boil water notice lifted
"In Houston. The city of Houston has lifted the boil water notice that's been in place since Wednesday, February. 17 and customers no longer need to boil water used for drinking, cooking and making nice. Houston Public works Director Carol Haddock making the announcement that's relief for millions. Progress toward normalcy after freak winter cold and snow brought tainted water and power outages to Texas and surrounding states. ABC is Marcus Moore. This is a catastrophe that is still unfolding People's homes flooding after thawing pipes burst over the weekend, the president just signing a major disaster declaration for parts of the state, and really, the enormity of the situation is still being realized. The storms also bringing death 10 people died from hypothermia in the Houston area alone.
Texans struggling to stay warm in homes
"Back to Texas. They are not used to New England Weathersby long shot. Certainly we found out their power grid isn't either. This has been the fourth day without power for hundreds of thousands of Texans. Lot of pipes have burst. They froze, they burst. Now there are water issues and even water shortages. Governor Greg Abbott says there's a lot of blame going on here for the failure of the Texas power grid as well. Every source of power that the state of Texas has has been compromised, and families are struggling to stay warm in their houses and course feed the kids. ABC is Marcus Moore is in Dallas to San Antonio. Cristian had X is trying to keep her 11 month old baby warm. Going to boil some water so we could make some warm bottles for my daughter. We have our propane fireplace, one battery powered light that we plugged in before the electricity went out. And otherwise it's candles. Julie Crawford has been boiling snow for her family to use as their primary water source. So now what we've been doing all day is actually coming outside getting snow. Put her in our pots and heating it on our propane grill. Hospitals around the state pushed to their brink, relying on generators and water trucks, but they have to rely on themselves because Texas is the only state in the country to have its own power grid. They wanted their independence
"marcus moore" Discussed on KOMO
"B C's Marcus Moore is in Dallas historic and Danger was cold, taking aim at million's power lines and trees collapsing from the weight of freezing rain in New Jersey, a transformer exploding A blitz of snow and ice making driving conditions treacherous police pleading with people to stay off the roads. You know Ohio tractor trailers and cars lining the road, waiting to be rescued and pulled from the snow frozen roads, making dangerous conditions for driving in Chicago. For more than 2 Ft. Of Lake effect, Snow has fallen and Texans are waking up to some of the coldest temperatures on record. It's like a walk in freezer. It's like 34 toe 36 degrees, the cold snap, sending power demands skyrocketing more than four million people waking up in the Lone Star State without power. Officials imposed rolling blackouts, saying the lack of energy is due in part to frozen wind turbines in West Texas knocked off line There's no firewood anywhere. No stores open people desperate to warm up in Houston, a family of six hospitalized with carbon monoxide poisoning after officials say they used a charcoal grill to heat their apartment, the governor making a grim comparison. This is the winter version of Hurricane Harvey. Health officials in Harris County were racing to distribute more than 8000 covert 19 vaccines after a freezer lost power, and the backup generator failed pipes freezing and bursting across the state and these power lines sizzling. Taken out by heavy eyes in Louisiana on the day began with almost unspeakable cold in Omaha, Nebraska. 20 degrees below zero. Negative 38 windshield. This is the type of cold Penetrates your clothes, your skin, your bones and burrows in your soul. It is very, very cold here in Omaha, But this is not the only place bearing that burden much of the Midwest up through the Dakotas. And during those brutal cold temperatures. This cold is dangerous. Just 10 minutes outside with unexposed skin can lead to frostbite. So you want to make sure that you're covering up If you do have to be outside in these temperatures, and if you feel any pain or tingling or numbness You may have to seek medical attention. A B C's. Will Reeve come on, Whose time 9 19 from ABC News Tech trends Getting packages delivered.
Icy roads as snow accumulates across Dallas-Fort Worth, and much more expected
"Do more than 40 States are operating under some kind of winter weather alert. A storm moving in from the Northwest is bringing sub freezing temperatures into the mid West and on to the Gulf Coast utility that provides 90% of the electricity in Texas as half its power plants can operate. When it's this cold, they expect demand, especially on Monday and Tuesday. Would be so high could overwhelm the power grid. So they're asking customers here to curtail their use during that time, and here in the Dallas area, the blowing snow and also the icy roads making travel treacherous here. The windshields are expected to be below zero through Monday. ABC is Marcus Moore, the storm blamed for power outages that left at least 200,000 homes and businesses in the Portland, Oregon area without electricity. Scott Albert's clear property. It's hard burden this kind of swallow right now, but I know we're
"marcus moore" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"One shot one that will protect against this pandemic. And all others that may follow. Corona viruses were first discovered in the 19 sixties and are the source behind the common cold. This vaccine could also help prevent That Easier access to a Corona virus vaccine today is becoming a reality pace of the vaccine rollout slowly picking up the federal government's sending out an additional one million doses this week to 6500 select pharmacies across the U. S. The expansion part of a larger strategy by the White House to ensure no one is left behind NBC's Marcus Moore and the sales pitch continues from health officials for those Who are still reluctant to get these shots. CBS News correspondent Fred Backus is checking out the numbers in a brand new survey. 46% of American See They either have gotten the vaccine already or would get a vaccine as soon as possible if one becomes available at no cost to them, and that's up from 41% last month, another 32% would consider getting one after waiting to see what happened to others. But nearly a quarter of Americans still have no intention of getting vaccinated at all. And that percentage hasn't bugged your in Massachusetts about half the people over the age of 75 eligible for vaccines. Have received their first dose. So far Beautiful starts to Wednesday morning 6 48 and is just about sunrise, and we're looking good today, sunshine for a change high temperatures only around freezing, Ah voice of reason during some difficulty circumstances. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us about a police officer in Franklin, who was being honored. For his work with those suffering from mental health issue, something with 2 FT. Franklin.
"marcus moore" Discussed on WTVN
"Daring are holding her house impeachment managers will begin to lay out their case in day two of former President Trump's second impeachment trial. Six Republicans joined Democrats today and saying that the proceedings are not unconstitutional. The vote, capping a dramatic and at times heart wrenching first date. House impeachment manager Congressman Jamie Raskin giving an emotional account of the violent Capitol attack, the Democrats argue, was incited by Trump the kids hiding under the desk. Facing what they thought were their final texts and whispered phone calls to say their goodbyes. They thought they were going to die, a lawyer on Trump's legal team countering with this, we're really here. Because the majority in the House of Representatives does not want to face Donald Trump as a political rival in the future. The trial is set to resume Wednesday. At noon, Elizabeth holds the ABC News Washington President Trump was watching some of the trial, and sources say he wasn't pleased by the performance of his legal team. Particularly he was stunned by the opening arguments. By Bruce Castor. Especially at one point, castor complimenting the Democrats and Republicans close to the former president are saying that it was an unmitigated disaster. NBC's chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl, it may soon be easier to get a covert 19 vaccine pace of the vaccine rollout slowly picking up the federal government, sending out an additional one million doses this week to 6500 select pharmacies across the U. S. The expansion, part of a larger strategy by the White House to ensure no one is left behind. NBC's Marcus Moore, a former pharmacist from Grafton, Wisconsin, has been convicted of federal tampering charges. Stephen Brandenburg pleaded guilty to trying to ruin more than 500 doses of the vaccine. Quaker Oats is renaming its Aunt Jemima pancake mixes and syrup is Pearl Milling company after the factory that developed the self rising formula. You're listening to ABC news. News radio 6 10 W T V and M. Allison Wiant. Former Columbus police officer Adam Koi was released from jail this afternoon after a bond hearing this morning lowered his bond from three million down to $1 million. Central Ohio's largest medical center, has been selected as one of the best in a new ranking Wexner Medical Center, and it's more than 27,000 employees have been chosen by Forbes as one of the best of the largest employers in the country in 2021. In fact, Forbes ranks the academic health center number 14 out of 500, number two in the category of Healthcare and Social industry's Wexner Medical Center CEO says Forbes recognition is an Outstanding testament Their faculty and staff who demonstrate excellence in research, education and health care. I met Reese News radio 6 10 W. T V. M as the race to step up the pace of vaccinations against the Corona virus continues. Walgreens says they fixed an outage now on their vaccine appointment. Website Drugstore chain says it's restored its scheduling website after a temporary outage that was sending users to a page that said, updates in progress. It's not clear what caused the error. The outage comes just days before pharmacies like Walgreen, CBS and others are set to begin receiving.
"marcus moore" Discussed on KOMO
"Two states next week. We're using the defense production. Acto launch full scale war time effort to address the supply short shortages we inherited from the previous administration clean up after a tornado. ABC is Marcus Moore in Alabama, a light revealing a town tor into pieces. Meteorologists believe it was at least a high end. F two tornado with 135 mile per hour winds. Some 30 people heard tragically, a 14 year old boys sheltering in a basement with his family did not survive A B C's Marcus Moore, You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed the CO Moh evening news and good evening to you Come on news time 602 I'm Rick fan sites in Seattle. We have 43 degrees incoming, Some wet snow and rain mixed tonight's We'll have more on the forecast coming up. Governor Inslee did not hide his concern about the UK or other covert variants today coming to Washington State, But come was Ryan Harris tells us, the governor wouldn't say if another shutdown in the states. Pots of the governor was asked point blank if he'd shut Washington down again if one of the variance spread rapid Lee and caused cases or hospitalizations to skyrocket. But he sidestepped the question, instead saying that we need to step up our game with distancing no big gatherings and better masks. Individual decisions inflict says conceive lives, and so I'm really hopeful that the knowledge and thank goodness we have the four knowledge because we saw what happened in great Britain will our miss to be even more vigorous in our efforts to save ourselves. Meanwhile, the governor touted increases in the daily number of covert vaccinations in our state, and he says he's pleased with seven Moves from the feds, including travel bans from certain hot spot countries and the promise of increasing vaccine allocations with the syringe is said to be helpful in getting extra doses out of some of the vials. Ryan Harris Co. Moh news Senator Bernie Sanders is pointing to our state as an illustration of Y et. Federal minimum.
"marcus moore" Discussed on KGO 810
"Right through our teaser. No problem. I'm going to pick up on Gavin Newsom taking a slightly different angle, But I'm happy to surrender time to you. All right, but have a great show. Don't go anywhere. John Rothman's coming up next. We'll do it all again. Tomorrow. Mark Dasani is with us. Don't be safe out there. From ABC News. I'm Chuck secrets and they're getting them. More arrests every day in the storming of the Capitol building, January 6 about 400 people charged so far some face potentially hefty prison time. If convicted, says acting U S Attorney Michael Sure, We are closely looking at evidence related to this edition charges. You know that was the most more significant. You know, it's 18 USC 23 84, which is significant. You're talking 20 year felonies with enhancements or waking at significant time in federal prison. Yes, we are working on those cases, and I think the results will bear fruit very soon, at least to the allegations against this man is resume padding. Robert Linky claimed to be a retired Air force captain and a retired sergeant in the Alameda County Sheriff's Department. But neither agency found a record of his service. His phony resume was part of the threatening Messages. Federal prosecutors said Lemke sent to the brother of a New York congressman and to relatives of a journalist. One of the messages said. Most of us are active or retired law enforcement or military. You are putting your family at risk. We have armed members near your home. The message is accused the congressman and the journalist of lying about President Biden's election victory. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News New York in the hospital in Washington for observation after complaining he didn't feel well. 80 year old Senator Patrick Leahy, Vermont Democrat No word on his condition. President Biden says they'll be a surge of more vaccine doses. Two states next week. We're using the defense production. Acto launch full scale war time effort to address the supply short shortages we inherited from the previous administration clean up after a tornado. ABC is Marcus Moore in Alabama, a light revealing a town tor into pieces. Meteorologists believe it was at least a high end F two tornado With 135 mile per hour winds. Some 30 people heard tragically, a 14 year old boys sheltering in a basement with his family did not survive. ABC is Marcus Moore, You're listening to ABC News. Strong work ethic takes pride in a job.
Here’s What We Know About Anthony Quinn Warner, The Person Of Interest In The Nashville Bombing
"Say they know who was responsible for bombing in Tennessee on Christmas Day. A BCS Marcus Moore reports federal agents naming a suspect in that investigation into the powerful explosion that rocked Nashville early Christmas morning. To help The Anthony solve Warner hunger in your community is the man and believed to find to be your responsible local food bank for visit this horrible feeding crime America dot surveillance org's cameras brought trained to you by on the feeding popular America downtown area. and the Ad Council. Captured from multiple angles, this RV exploding For the video one standing showing guard. a vicious fireball lighting up the sky, hurling For the eagle debris eyed across several blocks. for He was the Knights present when in shining the bomb went armor. off. That he And perished for all those in the who bombing. support them. Investigators We also are looking Granger, into Warner psychiatric You're experienced and medical safety history partner. for clues Offering and supplies trying to and determine solutions for every whether industry the 80 ante building committed to where helping the RV keep was your parked facility safe was his intended target, and your people multiple safer. law enforcement sources Call told ABC click ranger News dot com investigators slash safety are or seriously just stop by exploring Granger The water for may have been motivated, the ones at least who in get part it done. by a paranoia over five G cellular technology at a I home was associated adopted. with Warner's agents I can felt be seen like carrying I felt out bags like of my evidence life was and already nearby. over. More officers My biggest in tactical fear was gear. that I would age ABC out News and has not learned know how to be through sufficient court records on my own that Warner, who once At a certain owned age and lived like at they the home don't being want searched, you you're troubled recently transferred and stuff. the D to The a clock woman is in California. ticking for the more than What 125,000 connection that may have to the explosion kids waiting is under to be investigation. adopted from foster
El Paso imposes curfew as virus cases overwhelm hospitals
"From ABC News. I'm Shiri Preston across the country Corona virus positivity rates are on the rise up in 40 states. Hospitalizations are also increasing, including in Texas, where El Paso is now. Epicentre. ABC is Marcus Moore is there There are more than 12,000 active Corona virus cases here in a Passel County alone and the urgent race to find more hospital beds that is still under way. And one doctor told me the high numbers they have been saying they are surprising, but they do have a plan and here no Paso we have seen the pop up tents. That they are now using just
Dallas - Police Officer Shaun David Lucas Arrested, Charged With Murder In Connection To Jonathan Price Slaying
"On murder charges that after a fight broke out in front of a gas station last weekend, Witnesses say police opened fire on Jonathan Pryce, a black man who was trying to deescalate that situation. ABC is Marcus Moore has detailed price was a beloved pillar of the community who worked with and coast Children and had a personal training business. Let people aren't making it up. We're not playing a race card. There is more than than 100 100 people people showing showing up up toe toe honor honor Jonathan's Jonathan's life life outside outside the the gas gas station, station, where where he he was was killed, killed, locking locking hands hands and and wearing wearing masks masks residents residents along along the the Gulf Gulf Coast bracing for another major
Long Labor Day Could Mean Coronavirus Spike
"Do this holiday weekend could be important. The U. S. Health experts. ABC is Marcus Moore. The kickoff to Labor Day weekend three days, experts warn, are critical in determining how this country battles the virus this fall, New Jersey, taking a big step re opening indoor dining in movie theaters at limited capacity, but the governor with a blunt warning, We will not tolerate any violations and we will not be afraid to come down hard. Make an example of those who think the rules don't apply to them so much at stake. Doctor's urging Americans to avoid the behaviors that triggered a spike in Corona virus cases after Memorial Day and Fourth of July, the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony found, she says he's worried people will let their guard down due to covert fatigue. President Trump again denying a report in the
Florida breaks COVID-19 fatality record with 277 deaths; hospitalizations drop in Miami-Dade
"The wisdom of opening schools during the covert pandemic, Lord marks another grim milestone. Florida markets deadliest day yet 277 lives. Lost cases are declining in 23 states. But there's also concern about the potential for spread in schools across Cherokee County, Georgia, at least 925 students and staff or quarantine after 60 people tested positive. That's a B C's Marcus Moore, Miami Dade's mayor, sharing what he calls encouraging news about this pandemic here, Carlos Jimenez said the number of people being hospitalized for covert 19 is down again to just over 1600. Overall, the county's had over 135,000 cases and over 1900 deaths. Meanwhile,
Staff leave China's Houston consulate
"Of workers at China's consulate earlier this week in Houston began taking shape last night. ABC is Marcus Moore has more on why the State Department called for it and what China has done since China's Foreign Ministry, calling the move, quote a legitimate and necessary response. To the unreasonable actions of the United States. Consulate Workers in Houston scramble to get out packing you holes with garbage bags, shredded paper littering the ground Anonymous videos posted on social media days ago showing staff burning documents in the courtyard. We have done nothing wrong, and we've just come here from the board of a senior State Department official, saying China directed quote midline and criminal activities from behind these towering walls. NBC's
China shuts down American consulate amid rising tensions
"And the U. S. Continue to heat up the two nations. Close consulates in retaliatory measures and moves we hear more from ABC is Marcus Moore reporting from Houston, Texas, where the U. S shut down one of China's consulates after an anonymous video service showing workers destroying documents retaliating swiftly against the U. S. Foreclosing China's consulate in Houston on ordering
Fauci: COVID-19 cases could reach 100,000 a day in the U.S.
"The Corona virus isn't brought under control, according to Dr Anthony Fauci Cove in 19 still spreading quickly in many states, including Texas. Here's ABC is Marcus Moore in Houston.
Biden campaign rips 'outrageous' Trump comments on coronavirus testing
"March last night the president speaking in Tulsa Oklahoma talk about testing for covert nineteen which killed more than one hundred twenty two thousand people in the U. S. is the bad part when you test of what you do testing to that extent you can find more people you can find more cases so I said to my people slow down please both women for Joe Biden's campaign called that comment appalling ABC's Marcus Moore is Intel senses six members of the White House advance team tested positive for the corona virus before the rally many of those attendees not wearing masks the trump campaign dismissing concerns about holding the event during the ongoing pandemic even as those six staffers tested positive for the virus this is the city of Tulsa hits record numbers of its own reporting yesterday one hundred thirty six new positive cases the majority people between the ages of eighteen and thirty
Coronavirus cases surge in more than 20 states
"Are we winning the battle and cope with nineteen the ongoing tally by Johns Hopkins University says there are now more than eight million confirmed cases worldwide twenty one states plus Puerto Rico also reporting cases are on the rise Texas hospitalizations hitting a record high over the weekend in Arizona hospital seeing a record number of patients on ventilators and people showing up at the E. ours nearly a month after the stay at home order was lifted in Arizona some restaurants in the Phoenix area have had to temporarily close again after cases linked to restaurants also new concern about church services in West Virginia outbreak infected at least twenty eight people ABC's Marcus Moore
Texas - San Antonio Food Bank holds mega distribution at Alamodome
"Thousands lining up at the Alamodome for food provided by the San Antonio food bank says ABC's Marcus Moore Matthew Sarah among the two thousand people who came to this food distribution site laid off from his job soon after the shutdown began nobody likes it when your kids ask what's for dinner and you're not sure what to tell them it's not easy to ask for help food banks across the country are seeing huge demand people are just as desperate
1 killed, 2 hurt in fire at Texas chemical plant
"W deadly explosion at a chemical plant in Crosby, Texas. This is just outside of Houston. The explosion leading shaking homes and multiple schools. Is on lockdown ABC's Marcus Moore is on-scene authorities saying one worker is dead. Two more
Washington, Sally Bagshaw and Amazon discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"From the people you trust komo news cougar attack on people only the second one and a century in washington state say wildlife officials leaves one man dead the other in serious condition the cougar attacked on a mountain bike path near north bend washington captain alan myers washington state fish and wildlife police very very rare for cougars to behave in this way fish and wildlife found the cougar and killed it more killilea volcano lava and toxic gas bursting through cracks in the earth fishers sounds like this and hawaii's big island sometimes the lava flow is seriously fast moving steam and toxic gas their warnings about possibly more evacuations after the deadly shooting massacre at santa fe high school in texas the entire campus now wrapped in police tape abc's marcus moore's there there's an army of counselors here to help those students and their families and at the same time i talked to wants to who says she's eager to get back to the school hosts for at least the next couple of days she wants to be around her friends here derby winner justify wins the preakness stakes chuck sivertsen abc news the northwest only allnews station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven this is twenty four seven news on komo news i'm paul jackson one man is dead his friend seriously injured after a cougar attack near north bend it sounds like there were distantly riding bikes when one of the victims heard here's a scream from the partner he looks back and sees that they're being chased by a cougar catherine ellen myers with the department of fish and wildlife says the man who survived had to bike out more than two miles to get help he's being treated at harborview fish and wildlife officials were able to track down that cougar and euthanize it komo news is learned that seattle city council member kashima so want is a subject of at least four ethics complaints all about her activity surrounding the controversial head tax cuts jeff pohjola has a story it was on may third when councilwoman was shouted down at a press conference in a rally outside amazon headquarters earlier this week the seattle ethics and elections commission received the first of at least four complaints from the public surrounding her use of taxpayer funded resources to promote that and other events the issue even came up during a council briefing on monday with councilwoman sally bagshaw calling out so on multiple occasions i've senior staff using our copiers to print your signs most recently the tax amazon by the affordable housing alliance i just don't think it is ripe.