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"matt markovich cuomo" Discussed on KOMO

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02:16 min | 1 year ago

"matt markovich cuomo" Discussed on KOMO

"City has cleared six camps at city parks, but not City Hall Park. Way, asked the mayor's office will the tent city that exists there be cleared soon. Spokesperson replied At this time, a removal date has not been set and outreach is ongoing. They're just trying to protect their territory. Richard Weisberger was homeless sympathized with the campers than a month ago was brutally assaulted in the park. He's now surprised with the city's patience is absolutely amazing, and phenomenal that there's an allowance that this can happen in view of the fact that there's a whole bunch of homeless weeks. In contrast to other public buildings, people are subpoenaed and summon and forced to come to the courthouse unless the city takes action outside the courthouse staffers say, the well being of people inside Is in jeopardy. Given obligation to provide a safe place for the public to come and do their business and it just don't feel that we're we're meeting that obligation right now. In Seattle, Matt Markovich Cuomo News Come all these times. 6 14 traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the force back to Kierra, Jordan and the dupe in law Group Traffic Center. We're still working with the crash in Puyallup on eastbound 5 12 east of Meridian. This is blocking the left lane. And this is why you're sitting in heavy traffic from about 94th. Working on 167, often on slowing out of Sumner into Pacific and then again is your traveling out of Auburn toward to 77th will also be seeing delays between 180th and four or five. Now it's brake lights on north bound four or five from state route 169 through the Newcastle area north and I five has been crowding through Tacoma City Center, and then we have often on slowing out of federal way and in deceit tax. Seattle's looking busy between Michigan and Seneca. We also have a stall in Seattle South and I five near al bro, and that's currently blocking the right lane. Our next camo traffic at 6 24 traffic sponsor this time by only or throw your orthopedic surgery center in the South, Sound offering outpatient joint replacement procedures eliminate overnight and multi night hospital stays. Stays heal faster at home. All the Ortho has your back your knee your hip, You get it all the Ortho calm your life and motion are Cuomo forecast Partly sunny skies and some scattered showers. Today high about 58 degrees a little warmer tomorrow with a decreasing likelihood of.

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"matt markovich cuomo" Discussed on KOMO

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03:12 min | 1 year ago

"matt markovich cuomo" Discussed on KOMO

"Of course, is preferable to sanitizer whenever possible. For people on the street, that means finding running water wherever they can. CDC covert protocols say if drinking water fountain can't be sanitized after each use Then it should be shut off. And that's what the city is done because of hygiene issues. 12 downtown faucets were recently turned on. You think the city needs to turn on all the faucets? Yeah, yeah, they didn't really do They really do captain, as he's known by, says someone keeps breaking this public fountain. The service is nearly all of Pioneer Square. They would come back in the morning. This is broken up if they fixed this thing at least four times this year. Public health says it's in talks with the city about other safe water options in Seattle. Matt Markovich Cuomo News pop superstar Demi Lovato has been explaining lately that her philosophy for staying sober is something she calls California sober. Almost Molly Shannon says that has sparked a warning from health professional. This controversial idea is an addict trying to stop using something like opioids by allowing themselves to use something they see as less dangerous performer Demi Lovato nearly died of a drug overdose in 2018, and she admits today she is not staying sober. Instead, she still uses marijuana and alcohol. She says she's not encouraging others to follow her path. Yet Still, people who work on substance abuse issues say she is setting a dangerous example. If opiates is your problem, or something else is your problem, and you can't live without even alcohol or marijuana to something's definitely going on there. Like what? Why do you have to substitute the opiates with something else? So to me, that's like you're not even really getting to the root of the problem because you're still masking it with substances. Pat Cronin is an addiction specialist and 16 years sober himself, he says people with substance use disorders need a treatment plan that helps them curb their use. And that's different than substituting with other drugs that says it is key. To talk to someone who understands what you're going through. And we know finding that kind of help can be a challenge. So we've added a list of resource is on our website. Just go to come on news dot com slash addicted kummel News time 8 14. Our couple traffic now every 10 minutes from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Kierra Jordan. They've had a long term crash on the shoulder south and four or five. It's state route 5 to 7 that's still causing a solid backup. Toh I five North found four or five, a slow from the Valley Freeway into Newcastle and Moore slowing from I 90 into downtown Bellevue. We have a new stall south on I five at 200. That's blocking the H O V lane, and it looks like a new issue on North Bound four or five. You're to 72nd. I believe that might be blocking the H O v lane as well. I'm seeing about a mile back up there. Northen. Eye five is also solid in Seattle from the north End of Boeing Field to the convention center. We've been finding often on slowing North found 99 from Cloverdale to the west Seattle Bridge north and 167 busy out of Sumner into Pacific Heavy from 180th to 4 or five. Our next Cuomo traffic out 8 24 in traffic sponsored by Beacon, plumbing, heating and electrical called Beacon today, say $50 on all electrical work just called 1 800 freaking and stop freaking called Beat him. Weather. Not bad at all. It might be a little McGee will be partly sunny with a high near 75 4. Today, Mostly cloudy overnight temperature drops.

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"matt markovich cuomo" Discussed on KOMO

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03:48 min | 1 year ago

"matt markovich cuomo" Discussed on KOMO

"Started approaching me with it. I'm really good guys. The court records show. He played guilty to intimidation with a weapon released after a couple weeks in jail on Lee to be arrested three months later for allegedly assaulting three people at Pike Market immediately released from jail and is out of custody because of a court system that is hemorrhaging municipal court. Is not doing any out of custody arrangements or you can't start the whole criminal process until someone's been arraigned, and so we have to fix all parts of it. We checked since November. 525 cases of people being charged with a crime, sometimes violent, have not made their first appearance before a judge the arraignment. And are walking the streets, including one touch your kindness for the alleged assaults that Pike market nine months ago way have historic levels of backlogs at the King County Superior District and Seattle municipal courts for many reasons, including the need to social distance in jail, which means fewer inmates are normal. Pre cove in backlog of felony cases that have been filed but not yet resolved. Hovered around 3000 were probably about 7000 when it could be 10,000 before we get back to work in in the middle of the summer on the arrests aren't stopping. Judges say that jam up means people waiting to be arraigned are committing more crimes. This is what one judge saw. Just one day last week. I'll be close toe 10 people who had felonies pending that they had been released on and yet they're still breaking into people's homes. Well, they're they're at in a political push, not to jail people accused of lesser misdemeanor crimes. What is the future of jails? I think we've learned particularly during this pandemic that there are an awful lot of folks. You don't need to be in jail but are in jail. Also add in a long term money saving push by King County executive doubt Constantine to shut down the jail only to the most serious offenders. The pressure not to send people to jail right now is huge. I can't overstate the magnitude of the problem. We just missed way. Our prosecutors office dismissed every non violation system. It would take a summer's to get through the violent. You gotta prosecutors only taking the most serious cases now, in a unique way. We do have AH formula an algorithm that we've developed to make help us make the best decisions about which Of those hundreds and hundreds of potential cases we could file that we should file which may explain why protest ng Vandals even if they do serious property damage, they're breaking windows of their being violent. They need to be held accountable may never see jail time in Seattle. Matt Markovich Cuomo News Come on news time. 6 20 Times for the propel Insurance Money Update. The nation's unemployment rate fell slightly. In January, The jobless rate fell 4/10 of a percent to 6.3% Thean Khanna Me restored on Lee about 49,000 jobs in January. Analysts say the labor market is still reflecting the impact of the pandemic. Job gains and professional and business services and education were largely offset by losses in leisure and hospitality. Here in Washington, new jobless claims have dropped slightly just over 16,000 new One employment claims were filed last week. That's down just over 2% from the week before. A number of continuing claims went up last week by nearly 2%. It's now just over 463,000 statewide unemployment rate is now it's 7.2% trying to anticipate which way the numbers will go on Wall Street this morning, it looks like they're headed in the positive direction. The Dow futures are up more than half a percent or 173 points. Come on These times. 6 21, We'll get back to Kira and check traffic and weather. Next Homo news radio podcast.

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"matt markovich cuomo" Discussed on KOMO

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03:29 min | 1 year ago

"matt markovich cuomo" Discussed on KOMO

"Condition looks into why nobody seems to be going to jail. They say you've been harassing some of the businesses here. I'm gonna 15 months ago we caught up with Patrick Kindness who already had more than 100 convictions is when he pulled the knife out, flipped it open and started approaching me with it with, but court records show he pled guilty to intimidation with a weapon released after a couple weeks in jail. On Lee to be arrested three months later for allegedly assaulting three people at Pike Market immediately released from jail and is out of custody because of a court system that is hemorrhaging municipal court. Is not doing any out of custody arrangements where you can't start the whole criminal process until someone's been arraigned, and so we have to fix all parts of it. We checked since November. 525 cases of people being charged with a crime, sometimes violent, have not made their first appearance before a judge the arraignment. And are walking the streets, including one Patrick Kindness for the alleged assaults that Pike market nine months ago. Way have historic levels of backlogs at the King County Superior District and Seattle municipal courts for many reasons, including the need to social distance in jail, which means fewer inmates. Normal Creek. Overt backlog of felony cases that have been filed but not yet resolved. Hovered around 3000 were probably about 7000 when it could be 10,000 before we get back to work in the middle of the summer. The arrests aren't stopping. Judges say that jam up means people waiting to be arraigned are committing more crimes. This is what one judge saw just one day last week, probably close to it. 10 people who had felonies pending that they had been released on and yet they're still breaking into people's homes. Well, they're they're at in a political push, not to jail people accused of lesser misdemeanor crimes. What is the future of jails? I think we've learned particularly during this pandemic that there are an awful lot of folks who don't need to be in jail but are in jail. Also add in a long term money saving push. King County executive doubt Constantine to shut down the jail only to the most serious offenders. The pressure not to send people to jail right now is huge. I can't overstate the magnitude of the problem. We dismissed. We are prosecutor's office dismissed every non violence in the system. It would take a seniors to get through the violence is you gotta prosecutors only taking the most serious cases now, in a unique way. We do have AH formula. It's an algorithm that we've developed to make help us make the best decisions about which Of those hundreds and hundreds of potential cases we can file that we should file which may explain why protest ng Vandals even if they do serious property damage. They're breaking windows if they're being violent. They need to be held accountable may never see jail time in Seattle. Matt Markovich Cuomo News, then you won't want to miss this tomorrow night at 11 that looks into it effort to eliminate bail for nearly all misdemeanor crimes statewide. Hundreds of pieces of art from the Capitol Hill protest zone are now in a secret location and a legal battle is brewing between members of the group the plans to create a public display. Only comma was there is chop. Our board members started moving the art pieces out of a storage unit in west Seattle last night, but they were stopped by police..

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"matt markovich cuomo" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"matt markovich cuomo" Discussed on KOMO

"Olympia, heavily guarded this weekend just a state capitals in all states around the country after an FBI warning of possible armed protest leading up to President elect Joe Biden's inauguration. Almost Jonathan show reports. Businesses in Olympia don't like what they say Some downtown Olympia business owners like Laurie Ma Geneti say the added security presence is not a good look for the area. Oh, it's cut into our business tremendously. We have not had one person in the shop today. It's a little intimidating. Republican State Senator John Brown hopes all of this comes down sooner rather than later. I do have long term concerns that we don't continue to restrict access to the capital. It's unclear how long the fencing and barricades will remain. This doesn't Feel like the America that I grew up in Frank, Husky cones, Danger room comics and says he understands the need for added security. But if protesters do show up this weekend, well, I hope there's no violence. Authorities say There is no immediate threat and are welcoming protesters if they plan on doing it peacefully. Jonathan Choco Mona As we said, we've heard from the FBI about state capitals being the targets of potential violence in coming days, But there are also a whole bunch of soft targets as they're called. Security tends to be at a minimum or non existent. It all comas mad Markovich talk to law enforcement experts, including Kurt Boil with the Washington State Fusion Center, The state's fusion intelligence gathering center is working to get accurate information out about all potential targets to that that information to make sure it's not misinformation or disinformation. And making sure that it's credible information. They're not going to tell the citizens specifically where there were. Those targets are unless it Z immediate director. Someone else someone's personal life or property. Law enforcement. Veterans of Future says the average system needs to practice situational awareness. What seems normal for the area? What seems abnormal for the area and if something doesn't look right? Tell somebody and get out of the area. Trust your gun and be vigilant. That's the word going out to the public. Matt Markovich Cuomo news onto the corona virus pandemic or statewide, the health Department reporting 27 new covert 19 deaths in the last 24 hours, raising the total to more than 3900. The number of new infections increasing by 2500 plus more than 16,300. People have been hospitalized since the outbreak began, and state calling upon a backlog as well, adding nearly 300 people to that number. The holidays didn't help to slow the winter coronavirus surge. But one University of Washington, health experts says our state did pretty well. New Year's Eve was the big concern for Dr.

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"matt markovich cuomo" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"matt markovich cuomo" Discussed on KOMO

"State Health Department, confirming nearly 2900 new cases of cove in 19 in the past 24 hours. 3838 people have died since the pandemic began an increase of 49 since the last report. Jacob Blake says he couldn't believe the Kenosha Wisconsin officer who shot him actually pulled the trigger on ABC is Good Morning America. Blake says he thought the officer was firing another Taser and was surprised when he was shot seven times back in August. Hopes for a supervised injection site for heroin users in Seattle have suffered a sent back through an appeals court ruling in Philadelphia COMAS Matt Markovich takes a closer look. King County Public health greenlighted supervised injection sites three years ago, but an effort to find a fixed location like the ones of British Columbia failed. An effort to create mobile sites. Stalled plan now is not Tonto. Build standalone facilities instead, go with the drug users already go for help, like the Aurora Commons and let injections happen there under the supervision of a nurse. Wednesday, The third Circuit Court of Appeals denied a Philadelphia nonprofits push to open up a fixed site there by Seattle's plans are up in the air again. This is another wrinkle that we're gonna have to deal with the Justice Department, agreeing with the court's ruling injection sites violate the Federal Controlled Substances Act. That prohibits any person from knowingly and intentionally maintaining a place for the purpose of illegal drug use. The acting attorney general, saying injection sites are not the solution. But the court didn't go that far, saying Congress needs to change the federal drug laws for the sights to be legal. Seattle's city attorney responding as city struggled to respond to overdoses wrought by the opioid epidemic. Ruling is a disappointing one. But soon we'll have a Democratic president and a Democratic Congress, which could breathe new life into legalizing these sites and violates federal law that was U. S attorney for Western Washington and Trump nominee Brian Moran two years ago, telling me he would stop any site in Seattle from opening the directional be clear. Quick, inconsistent. Stop it. But Moran could be out when Biden takes office Nominating a new U. S attorney for our area, and like President Obama's administration didn't enforce federal marijuana laws. Supporters hope Biden will do the same with heroin and then the by an administration not particularly enforcing different provisions of federal law. Certainly hopeful that with a new Congress, we can have some progressive policy change happened in Seattle. Matt Markovich CUOMO NEWS UNITED NATIONS experts for of health looking into the origin of the Corona virus have arrived in China. ABC is Britt Clinic reports now from Hong Kong. After months of hard fought, wrangling and setbacks, the World Health Organization mission has finally touched down in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. Carry out a politically sensitive investigation into the origins of the Corona virus. But like all other travelers to China, the health experts will first have to undergo a 14 day quarantine. The 10 member team will investigate the possible animal origin of the virus and how it was amplified from the market. Doctor Michael Ryan, executive director of health emergencies at the W. H o Said that the goal is quote not about finding somebody to blame. The W H O visit comes as China reports its first coronavirus death in eight months. Cases have been researching in recent weeks, mainly in northern Herb, a province surrounding Beijing. Ridge Clinic. ABC News Hong Kong Prosecutors in Wisconsin want to adjust the terms of bail for the now 18 year old shooting suspect in Kenosha following his appearance in a bar ABC is Erica Turkey has more. Kyle Rittenhouse had just pleaded not guilty to homicide and other charges when court records said he was photographed drinking in a bar while flashing white power signs and being serenaded with the anthem of the proud boys. While police found no violations of his bond. They alerted prosecutors who are now seeking to modify conditions. They want him stopped from associating with known militia members or white supremacists and prohibited from displaying gestures associated with those groups. He's charged in the shootings of three men during protests in Kenosha over the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Aaron Carter SKI ABC News 25 Years ago today, a frantic search was underway for a nine year old girl had been kidnapped while riding her bike in Arlington, Texas. ABC is Jim Ryan covered the search for Amber Hagerman and says the case remains unsolved. A quarter century later on January 13th 1996 Donna Williams watched her daughter head outside to play her last words that I heard from her..

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"matt markovich cuomo" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"matt markovich cuomo" Discussed on KOMO

"Could breathe new life into legalizing these sites. It violates federal law that was U. S attorney for Western Washington and Trump nominee Brian Moran two years ago, telling me he would stop any site in Seattle from opening the directional we clear. Quick, inconsistent. Stop it. But Moran could be out when Biden takes office Nominating a new U. S attorney for our area, and like President Obama's administration didn't enforce federal marijuana laws. Supporters hope Biden will do the same with heroin and then the by an administration not particularly enforcing different provisions of federal law. Certainly hopeful that within you Congress we can have some progressive policy change happened in Seattle. Matt Markovich. CUOMO NEWS UNITED NATIONS health experts looking into the origin of the Corona virus have arrived in China. ABC is Britt Clinic reports from Hong Kong. After months of hard fought, wrangling and setbacks, the World Health Organization mission has finally touched down in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. Carry out of politically sensitive investigation into the origins of the Corona virus. But like all other travelers to China, the health experts will first have to undergo a 14 day quarantine. The 10 member team will investigate the possible animal origin of the virus and how it was amplified from the market. Doctor Michael Ryan, executive director of health emergencies at the W. H o Said that the goal is quote not about finding somebody to blame. The W H O visit comes as China reports its first coronavirus death in eight months. Cases have been researching in recent weeks, mainly in northern Herb, a province surrounding Beijing. Which clinic ABC News. Hong Kong prosecutors in Wisconsin want to adjust the terms of bail for the now 18 year old shooting suspect in Kenosha following his appearance in a bar ABC is Erica Turkey has more. Kyle Rittenhouse had just pleaded not guilty to homicide and other charges when court records said he was photographed drinking in a bar while flashing white power signs and being serenaded with the anthem of the proud boys. While police found no violations of his bond. They alerted prosecutors who are now seeking to modify conditions. They want him stopped from associating with known militia members or white supremacists and prohibited from displaying gestures associated with those groups. He's charged in the shootings of three men during protests in Kenosha over the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS 9 20. Now your call.

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