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One dead and five wounded in stabbing at Vancouver library
"A library and north Vancouver, British Columbia. Almost Michelle Esteban police say there is a man right now in custody who they believe acted alone and the motive remains unknown. One official says that man accused was taken to the hospital after he appeared to stab himself. Before he collapsed and was arrested were Northwest News an exchange of gunfire yesterday morning outside of
New Jersey and New York now reporting the highest number of Covid cases per capita
"Of new coronavirus case numbers is still on the decline. But parts of the country are seen spikes Michelle Esteban reports on the states that are still the most concerning the last week alone Krone virus cases Leveled off to an average of 55,000 new cases a day. But Michigan is now seeing a spike of more than 80%. In the last two weeks, the states of New Jersey and New York are reporting the highest number of new cases per capita.
Man, woman shot in Seattle's Lake City neighborhood
"After after a a shooting shooting in in Seattle's Seattle's Lake Lake City City neighborhood, neighborhood, according according to to Seattle Seattle Fire. Fire. A A 20 20 year year old old man man was was taken taken to to Harborview Harborview Medical Medical Center Center for for his his injuries. injuries. Ah, Ah, woman woman had had minor minor injuries injuries and and did did not not need need to to be be taken taken to to the the hospital, hospital, and we have reached out The Seattle police to find out exactly what led up to this shooting. We'll let you know as soon as we hear back comb was Michelle Esteban, a
Intelligence bulletin warns of potential for violence at Capitol on March 4
"Two months after the attack, the turned deadly at the U. S. Capitol. The nation is again on alert for more potential violence. Capitol police revealing a possible plot by a militia group to storm the U. S Capitol tomorrow, and Cuomo's Michelle Esteban reports. That alert goes for Washington State, too. We have not received any specific threats here in ST Washington WS piece, Chris Loftus says. The campus security is seen and unseen, but gone is that heavy National Guard and state Patrol presence He insists the staffing is appropriate to risk level and for now that 8 ft fence surrounding the capital and some legislative buildings will stay as will the checkpoints. Are there groups that you know that are intending to rally on the fourth? We just narrow it down to the I don't have anything that's come across my desk that said that says that we have specifics. But we always have to be aware. And FBI Seattle, also responding in a statement that reads in part, as always, FBI, Seattle is prepared to work with our partners to respond to any terrorism threat either domestic or international at this time. There is no specific, credible threat in Washington state in relation to March.
C.D.C. Panel Affirms Johnson & Johnson Vaccine, as Expected
"Against Cove. It's Saturday. A third vaccine, Como's Michelle Esteban in the FDA just granted emergency use authorization for Johnson and Johnson. Single shot vaccine. In trials that Maxine was 100% effective against hospitalizations and death and 85% effective at preventing severe illness for what happens next. So an independent advisory panel at the CDC will hold an emergency meeting to review the data. Make a public health recommendation on the use of this latest vaccine, and then as early as Monday, 3.9 million doses will be shipped out of two facilities located in Memphis in Louisville. One more step, though, is needed to that happens Monday when a coalition of Western states which includes Washington's meets to decide whether to endorse the vaccine. And
Zero COVID-19 cases at Seattle-area's long term care facilities for first time since pandemic
"Has been a year since the country learned about the first Corona virus outbreak in the nation at a Kirkland nursing home. Covert 19 ravage the Life care center this week, King County health officials announced. This is the first week without a single case reported from a long term care facility in the county since the outbreak began. Almost Michelle Esteban reports on the hope and healing. Oh, this whole week has been emotional Nurse Kathy Lombard is back where it all started. First covert 19 outbreak in the country. The first known covert death in the U. S. They're going to come back. You have no hesitation about going back. And then it is her first time back to the life care center of Kirkland in the years just to be here. And to see the people I took care of. She found one of the patients right away to sing her smile made me happy for Kathy. It is essential to remember the first victims the ones taken by Covitz. What significance does this place have for you? A lot of love. Is a lot of love shown here for the residents. One year ago, she volunteered to work inside. What had quickly become known as the epicenter of Corona virus was one of the first ones to volunteer to come here. And I'm glad I did. And she worked for the life care center in Puyallup when she learned the Kirkland facility had been ravaged by the coronavirus patients, and even more staff were testing positive here. I called here. Hey, I want to help. I want to be there helping you. Within three hours of that call. She was inside the baker unit at the life Care center assigned to 18 patients, her family and friends worried for her safety. She never got sick, right? I never really worried about. It was just too busy to even really think about it because there was work that needed to be done. Lombard knew 10 of the residents who lost their lives. It's hard. You just know that you did the best you could for them, and she could have been on the inside and seeing how hard we were working. But a federal inspection home found critical issues inspector said. Those issues put residents in immediate jeopardy and imminent danger, resulting in at least 37 deaths from the coronavirus. They were the first victims of this awful virus that we now find ourselves living in Deputy Los Angeles is mother, Twyla Ah Lifecare resident. Died in early March. Because I believe if she hadn't caught back, she'd probably still be alive. Shortly after her mom was quarantined. Debbie got the call. How did you say goodbye? I didn't. Um e say goodbye In my heart. I said goodbye better if her service that we had there just wasn't time. You're kind of helpless because you can't be there and you can't do anything for him for this on Lee Child A plea Mask up, Take precautions get vaccinated and hopefully with the vaccine. It will at least get under control or people won't die. If they get it is not for you for those you love. We do need to remember they were the first Michelle Esteban. Cooler news.
Seattle cops shoot, kill person who fired at them
"To last night's fatal officer involved shooting in the central district describe a terrifying scene. Seattle Police say they shot a man after he raised his gun and opened fire. Police were responding to a shooting call. They found two women, one dead, The other critically injured Como's Michelle Esteban has the latest neighbors. Tell me Was a terrifying scene for them. They actually heard gunshots. They saw the alleged gunman waving the gun walking around in circles and shouting that happened on the grounds of the North West African American Museum. Police found the two women in a parked car in the parking lot of the museum. They believe all three are known to one another. SPD said. Officers encounter that alleged gunman from the parking lot entrance as they approach they heard gunfire and said he raised that gun and opened fire. Now we believe multiple officers returned fire. The man has pronounced it The scene. Neighbors clearly shaken. Well, it's been hard. I mean, you know, because we're reading now we're reading about it, and people are calling us and everybody knows we live right here and it's just been. It's emotional. It's hard because I felt so sorry for him. I don't know what you do with somebody when they're coming at you shoot, you know, I mean, it's it's really sad. One neighbor said the man could be heard repeatedly shouting, It's over. This has to end and waving that gun. That man has not been identified. People in the area tell me they do know him. Those officers involved now on paid administrative leave. As for that 22 year old woman, the one I was in the hospital critically injured, she's been upgraded to satisfactory condition. Michelle Esteban Commons, Little
2 Seattle police officers being investigated for involvement in Capitol attack
"Seattle police officers are being investigated to determine what they were doing in Washington, D C one, a violent mob took over the U. S. Capitol. His chief Adrian de as says officers have the right to attend political protest. However, because of the deaths on Wednesday, it was very clear that I still had to make some level action to determine until until we fully determine What was actually done, He says Another employee showed him social media pictures of the officers that prompted the has to put them on leave. The Office of Police Accountability is trying to determine whether the officers took part in any of the fighting with U. S Capitol police that day. With more on the investigation into those two officers. Almost Michelle Esteban, talk to the director of the Office of Police Accountability. Andy Meyer. Burgmeier Berg says photos allegedly put the officers in D. C and they're working right now. The isolate is many third party videos as possible from the day of the attack. They'll also interviewed the officers to ask them what happened if open finds any evidence. Any officers were directly involved. You will be fired. And the information will be shared with federal officials. Both Opa and the chief say the investigation is about public trust and transparency. And it is possible that the two officers were exercising their First Amendment rights and nothing else. I did this considering that participating in a political event on their own time. Out of uniform violates no policy or law. But the chief also wants his department policies upheld. Opa is also investigating whether those officers violated SPD is professional and discretionary policies to not undermine public trust. What was the intense what was their purpose and going? I think those are the questions that we really want you Look
2 Seattle police officers being investigated for involvement in Capitol, Washington DC, attack
"At least to Seattle police officers were in Washington, D C on Wednesday is that mob stormed the U. S. Capitol this, according to police chief Adrian DS. Now the office of Police Accountability is investigating their activities, thinking they may have taken part in the riot. A statement from the chief says SPD supports lawful expressions of First Amendment rights. But the violent mob and events that unfolded to the U. S Capitol were unlawful and resulted in the death of another police officer. He goes on to say this. If any SPD officers were directly involved in the insurrection of the U. S Capitol. I will immediately terminate them. All Opa investigates. These officers have been placed on administrative leave. That's Como's Michelle Esteban.
Fire at strip mall in Seattle’s Lake City determined to be incendiary
"Mall Monday night has now been ruled arson. Almost Michelle Esteban says damages are estimated at $2 million. Just the way this strip mall fire burned, raised red flags for seasoned firefighters on it didn't take long for investigators to prove their hunt The fire that devoured seven Lake city businesses and brought down part of the roof investigators say was deliberately set. It's hard because it's like when you're in the community each other to bid and You don't have any problems with people. And then this happens. It's like you always ex wife. Will Barker's barbershop, gifted cuts and his fiancee's nail salon. We're right in the middle of the strip mall. It's not my woman. She really took it to like hard like she she was broken. Barker and his fiancee got there right after it started, But there was nothing anyone could do. Minutes before the fire. Seattle police got a burglary call. Witnesses saw people running away. Shell Esteban Common News.
Why contact tracing is critical
"Public health officials say the growing White House outbreak underscores why contact tracing is so critical Almost Michelle Esteban is digging into our state is doing in that area and spoke with Colonel Kevin McMahon of the National Guard in charge of contact tracing in our state. I talked to the Department of Health when it comes to that contact tracing They say that they have work to do. They're not where they want to be. And it is a massive mission. You have to remember. We've got over 89,000 cases since the pandemic began, and we really should talk about what is contact tracing. Since the onset of the pandemic. Our state Department of Health has led an effort to contact every person has positive in our state with a goal to do that, for 90% of the cases within 24 hours of test results. We're not their recent example. Just last month of department health reach 49% of those cases within 24 hours, and then two weeks later up to 65%. They do expect improvement, and that really is just a fraction of the tracing that's done in our state. The bulk of all the contact tracing is actually done by local health departments. And right now the state still working on how to track that data. From all of the county health department. Contact Tracing can happen when someone test positive that triggers the process. State team members the National Guard, They'll call you the request contact information for all your close contacts. That is someone who was within 6 FT. For 15 minutes or more of you to let them know that they may have been exposed and they should get tested. They're encouraged to stay home or watch for symptoms for 14 days. I'll just remind you that this is all voluntary. The information is private Washington National Guard alone says since May, it has made 16,480 calls. That's just a small sample of those contacted. But it is telling, says the commander who is overseeing the state's part of the mission tells me that there's a need and we've got to continue to press hard in this. We've got to continue to mitigate the overall impact to covet. S so that we can ensure that our state and especially its citizens are healthy and are able to return to their lives. It is why the state secretary of health urging all Washingtonians to answer or call back right away if they are contacted by public health,
Defunding Seattle police debate continues ahead of budget
"That's how many people have said no to DE funding Seattle police in the last two days comes, Michelle Esteban says it's part of of a a petition petition by by the the police police union union that that says, says, cutting cutting the the police police budget budget by by 50%. 50%. Will Will decimate decimate public public safety. safety. Here Here is is the the simple simple math. math. We We know know this this for for certain certain that that 80% 80% of the police budget pays for officer's salaries. So the police chief as well as the police union will tell you if you cut that in half. You're going to lose hundreds of officers, and we're hearing anywhere from 700 to 800 could potentially be fired. The Seattle police officers go president told me he gets it. People want reform and they work for the people. So we've got to make some reform here, but he calls de funding the department by 50%. Just unrealistic and political. If council approves of 50% cut in this year's budget, they allege again, it would meet 800 officers would be fired. That's 800 out of 1300. And they argue, it would mean longer Wait times for 911 calls and an increase in crime. The chair as Chop failed experiment. Would look like child's play compared to cutting up to 800 officers from the SPD due to the council's naive and dangerous proposal to remove 50% of a budget. Who will answer that night. No one call. You're gonna wait. We gonna wait and wait and wait. The mayor has called for a 5% cut to this year's budget, or $20 million cut. But right now we know seven of nine council members have pledged to support a goal of cutting the police budget this year by 50% but it is a work in progress. And they're taking in a lot of input. So now really is the time for counsel to hear from you. The chief has also been on the record, saying that these kinds of cuts would actually decimate public safety. That's commas. Michelle
Seattle City Council debates how to defund police department
"Seattle City Council is wrapping up debates and public input about slashing police funding by 50% more from comas met mark of it. A council heard from two groups that the council members of majority of them have pledged to listen to They have their considerations heard as council members debate on how to defund SPD this year. Now Mayor Durkin is asking for a 5% or $20 million cut for the remainder of 2020. Counsel in the group that air listening to decriminalize. Seattle is asking for Maur this year and definitely at least 50% for next year. And they're talking about a phased approach. Now that what could be really wound down this year, the presenter said. The investment into alternative policing needs to be made. Later this year really have to get out of this paradigm. A believing criminalization. Our response to harm with armed officers is the appropriate response. We know that it's not a had a police chief Carmen best. Tells Cuomo's Michelle Esteban that a cut of 50% would be irresponsible and reckless, she said. If those 50% cuts go through, it would quote unquote decimate public safety and community safety. Here in the city, we cannot lay off. 700 officers and expect to remain safe in the city of Seattle. When seven of nine council members say they support cutting ESPYs budget by 50% and those same council members were meeting to discuss proposed cuts. Chief best made sure she was heard to sitting down for a one on one to say no one asked her, though one's contacting me from the council to talk about what would be a rational thought out plan. The city's top cop says that a 50% cut this year would be quote unquote catastrophic to public safety.
‘Come Arrest Me’: Seattle-Area Gym Owner Defies Orders He Says Infringe On Constitutional Rights
"They're pumping iron again at P. A. fitness in Arlington the gym reopened yesterday in defiance of the governor stay home order now the owner spoke with como's Michelle Esteban our constitutional rights are being violated so badly Mike Jellison considers his Arlington gym an essential business dozens of his members who showed up echoed what he insists that working out of their gym is essential to their physical and mental well being and Johnson said he re opened after adding safety measures are a favorite of the printer temperature screening station at the door social distancing spaces half the equipment removed to make space machines disinfected before and after use gels and got an email notifying the gym it was out of compliance he was surprised by how quickly that happened but told me he had nothing else to lose by opening other than his livelihood we're talking
Seattle: Temporary fix coming for Monroe residents isolated by landslide
"A a landslide landslide wiped wiped out out the the only only road road to to their their Amman Amman row row neighborhood neighborhood residents residents say say they they now now have have the the green green light light to to access access an an old old logging logging road road until until that that happens happens but but after after Walker Walker rely rely on on ATVs ATVs our our bikes bikes to to get get in in and and out out because Michelle Esteban learn while the logging road is a go there's one thing in the way lots of tall pine trees that would have to be clear to the job experts only could take at least two months they also learn they have to do do maintenance maintenance without without logging logging road road before before could could even even handle handle traffic's traffic's of of nothing nothing happening happening fast fast here here it's it's been been nearly nearly two two weeks weeks since since heavy heavy rains rains brought brought down down part part of of their their main main road road limiting limiting it it to to just just eighteen eighteen vehicles vehicles quads quads for for people people walking walking because because it's it's a a private private road road property property owners owners like like Doug Doug Smith Smith and and been been out out here here every every day day doing doing the the work work to to keep keep it it from from sliding sliding even more we'll have to get get the road short hills shored up and rebuild the road meeting to get our temporary road behind the old ways S. or slide residents say they are waiting on bid for that temporary road and the name robin actually thought to be about a million Bucks to repair it reports now coming in much higher Michelle Esteban's in the moral
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"Would have to be cleared a job experts only could take at least two months they also learn they have to do maintenance without logging road before could even handle traffic so nothing happening fast here it's been nearly two weeks since heavy rains brought down part of their main road limiting it to just eighteen vehicles quads were people walking because it's a private road property owners like Doug Smith and been out here every day doing the work to keep it from sliding even more we'll have to get get the road short of you to heal shored up and well the road plan is to get our temporary road behind the old ways S. or slide residents say they are waiting on bids for that temporary road and the name roe initially thought to be about a million Bucks to repair it reports now coming in much higher Michelle Esteban's in the world lost our ground engineers spent the day examining state route two oh three you Wednesday there are huge cracks in the pavement north the still water hill road between carnation devol slow moving sliders because the pavement to separate there are is a find the inch gap then the blacktop sluggers are alternating traffic in each direction until further notice the changes to the city streets follow the demolition of the Alaskan way viaduct now include a new bus route to and from the ferry dock it was Ryan Harris tells us why officials call it a seamless transition there's no more Columbia street viaduct ramp now what you have is one of the westbound lanes for bosses only to Coleman dock and the only eastbound lane away from the dock also painted red the idea is to help loosen up twelve king county metro bus routes to and from west Seattle Burien in white center but also for that easy transition from a boat to a boss or light rail state ferries director Raimi's garden says ten million people a year come through Coleman Dr.
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"That's komo's Michelle Esteban reporting. Komo news time is four thirty nine. The King County sheriff's office is waiting to talk to the family of three people killed in some Amish before releasing more details on what happened Tuesday a couple in their late sixties and early seventies. And their thirty four year old son rebound shot to death in a home in the hunting. Neighborhood vista. Gators are calling it a murder suicide. Investigators say a massive fire and the ever last fall. All was started intentionally the fire began outside the Judd and black appliance store on September twenty second team of fire. Investigators rule it as arson. Detectives say they followed up on leads a possible suspects. But right now, no arrests have been made at a new state report says despite two decades of recovery efforts. Some salmon runs are still declining. The report released Wednesday by governor Inslee salmon recovery office found that in most of the state salmon populations are below recovery goals. Komo news time is now four forty Tom. Check the Harley exterior sports desk. Here's komo's art Sanders. Huskies are back home for two conference games. Three pack twelve play. The dogs will host the bay area. School Stanford comes into heck Ed tonight. Cal will be on montlake Saturday afternoon. Seahawks. Linebacker Michael kendricks was supposed to be sentenced for insider trading later this month. Now, Kendrick sentencing has been delayed until April Pete Carroll said they would like to have Kendrick back next season, buddy. It'll be a free agent March thirteenth. They could sign him. But then. They'd be on the hook. If he was sentenced to jail, and there's a chance he won't do any jail time. Pete carroll. Also needs new strength and conditioning. Coach number reports indicate former U dub strength coach Ivan Lewis will be moving back to the north west from USC who has got his start in coaching at Mount Sinai high school in two thousand art Sanders at your home of the huskies, KOMO news. Coming up in three minutes. Another check on traffic. Komo news. Time is four forty one loss. It keeps savings on new.
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"Most. Komo's Michelle Esteban with that story wanted to come back out we found Erica wolf kill right where she was Sunday inner yard figuring out her next move out. So many people out loving me and calling me and word spread quickly in this Kirkland neighborhood that her house was split in half by a giant Doug fir and as fast as the tree came down. Neighbors like Evelyn and Pam rushed in to help. I think all those helping hand salvage and cleaned. It was safe to do inside the trees and debris hauled away the holes in the roof. For now protected with a tarp, and Eric is being housed and fed by neighbors and family. Do I had no clue but stepping inside the only home she's known for fifty one years it hits her. No. Lots of neighbors friends. Wonderful. Wonderful to be the hard part. Now, she's in a holding pattern. The tree can only be removed by crane cutting it up without that support could damage the house more the seventy eight year old is hoping kindness will strike again. Enter tree cutter, we'll find a crane soon. It's a scattered believe. There's tomorrow's gonna be better. Tomorrow is going to be wonderful at crane so important because her house is not safe to live in until this tree is gone. And from what we've learned cranes really hard to come by Michelle Esteban. It's nine ten the Harley exteriors sports desk, we go as the huskies will be searching for another wide receivers. Coach Mike lubick announcing yesterday, he'll leave for a business opportunity. Coach Chris Peterson will hunter for his fourth wide receivers. Coach in his six years on montlake, all sagacity cornerback. Byron Murphy will pass it as final two years of eligibility to make himself eligible for the NFL draft, husky hoops, a coach's shows tonight women's coach Jody Wynn men's coach Mike Hopkins as it look at the week ahead in Pac twelve play. It all starts at six o'clock. And of course, college football crowning a new champion last night with Clemson hammering Alabama forty four to sixteen. We check sports at ten and forty paths tower on the home of the huskies, updating traffic and weather next. Komo news time nine eleven. A federal judge denies bail for a suspect suspect accused of joining. The DA to help drug dealers district judge Jesse Furman denied bail for Fernando Gomez who faces charges that he joined the Drug Enforcement Administration as a double agent to help drug dealers evade the law Gomez who forty one is to be tried in September on charges that could put him in prison for life. The judge said the level of deviousness he exhibited in the DA make him a flight risk. His defense. Lawyer argued the Gomez knew about the investigation of him and could have fled before being arrested. If he wanted to prosecutors say he worked for a gang that sent cocaine to the Bronx and guns to Puerto Rico, Warren Levinson, New York, well, some years CAS, the annual consumer electronics extravaganza in Las Vegas is all about bigger, clearer. TV's this year's focus on more on speed as we hear from ABC data. Alex stone for the show right now. Your smartphone is probably a four g phone. Twenty nineteen is expected to be a year of five G, which means not only faster mobile browsing downloading, but all kinds of other possibilities being.
Suspected white supremacists attack black DJ at a tavern
"More on this from komo's Michelle Esteban all of this unfolded Friday night at the rec room tavern. It is a bar on highway ninety nine in Lynnwood. We know the DJ told police he feared for his life after this and that he had an eye injury. And the coworker who came to his aid was also injured now bell set anywhere from twenty five thousand to one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Including one woman as part of those eight the sheriff here has called this alleged crime, quote, unquote, disgusting and said in a news release that they are partnering with the FBI because they want the harshest penalty possible. Among other things the defendants are charged with assault and hate crimes a motorcyclist who had a gun drawn on him by an off duty detective has no settled his lawsuit with the King County sheriff's department
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"As gang members by police. But no new details on that third arrest eyewitness everything. And it's really hard for me. Her co worker and best friend was killed sitting at her desk when a barrage of bullets let loose outside their chiropractic clinic in Burien police say Gabrielle odor is Dominguez a wife, mother and grandmother became the latest victim of gang violence caught in the crosshairs of rival gangs. And it makes Burien mayor Jimmy Matas determined to make it stop. Let me just be really clear this behavior of shooting. People cannot be tolerated. We need a regional gang task force. I'm Michelle Esteban. The two candidates running for US Senate from the state have something else. They disagree on. When to hold a debate. Details from komo's Gregg Hersholt. The first debate scheduled by the nonpartisan debate coalition was tentatively set for October six that Pacific Lutheran university. But Cantwell tells the Seattle times that majority leader Mitch McConnell is scheduled the Senate to be in session through October Republican challenger Susan Hutchison accuses Cantwell of abducting her the cat will says she's at the mercy of the Senate schedule, and that's controlled by Republicans. Cadwell also says October eighth might be a better date because it's a federal holiday, but the two still have not settled on a date for that a tentative date for a second debate is October thirtieth in Spokane in the primary election Cantwell attracted more than double the number of votes. As Hutchison did Gregg Hersholt, KOMO news. Release the reviewing officers use of force as he broke up a fight at the central Washington state fair in Yakima. The story from komo's Erik Heintz. A video posted on Facebook show is an officer kicking a teenage boy.
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"That's komo's Michelle Esteban along running federal court case over mentally ill defendants who need access to treatment as racked up tens of millions of dollars in fines against the state. And now a double DUI case has been dismissed because of it is calling Johnson with the details. Kids up county district court judge dismissed to impaired driving charges against this mentally ill man because he sat in solitary confinement for nearly fifty days awaiting treatment likely far longer than he would have even served. If convicted the judge said, the delay at western state violated the man's due process rights. This has been. Problem for years. State Representative Laurie Jenkins says the Washington model doesn't work. Well, no other state in the country is using this model of having giant mental health hospital and actually mean people into more community treatment kids have sun reports charges against Fifty-six-year-old berry Wieger are therefore dismissed despite the finding it was impaired two times in six months behind the wheel documents say Wieger was held in solitary not because he was hostile. But because his behavior created a biohazard for jail staff and other inmates, and there was no place at western state to place him. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. It's time to check into the sports S's Seahawks. Finally got their first one of the year yesterday defeating the Cowboys twenty four to thirteen. Russell Wilson threw for two scores and wasn't intercepted and the defense. Well, let coach Pete Carroll tell you about that. Really well all day long. I gave up a little bit of yards rushing in particular league. When usually teams are tone football Amisi runs on us. But the pass rushes terrific overall with five six three turnovers by the d two picks again picks. And then the great play by Bradley. Fumble Seattle back on the road facing the cardinals in Arizona Sunday. The huskies dropped a spot on the people yesterday from ten to eleven despite their win over Arizona state. They'll try to improve to four and one Saturday when host a tougher than expected BYU team BYU Cougars ranked number twenty in the country, the other Cougars, Washington state owned a face Utah in Pullman and the Mariners begin their final homestand of the season tonight for the first or three against Oakland. The as trying to clinch that final wildcard spot in the American League sports at ten forty past the hour on the home of the huskies latest traffic report for you coming up next. It's eleven forty have you checked. I'm Dr.
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"An autopsy is set for Monday for the body found dumped along isolated road in south hill Friday, Pierce county. Detectives believe the person was killed in their body was brought to that location. Investigators say the remains may have been there from anywhere from a few months to a year. They don't even know if it's a man or woman some good news now on the Auburn gas station clerk who had a heart attack. During a confrontation with two teens is boss tells us the reef Collado woke up and is now breathing on his own. He's also able to talk and move his arms and legs. Doctors are performing tests to see what caused him to collapse. But after he fell police say the two teen stole cash from the register police say they know who those teams are and they are working right now to track down. That's komo's Michelle Esteban Saturday the. Washington department transportation tested, positive train control or PTC on the line where an Amtrak train derailed near DuPont. Last December experts say the technology could have slowed down the speeding Amtrak. Three people died in that crash. Transportation officials say PTC will be running by the end of the year. They tell KOMO news that the test went well, a new report indicates obesity rates have gone up across the country yet they've remained about the same here in Washington. But as komo's Brian Calvert reports that still bad news for our state. According to the annual report, the state of obesity, West Virginia has the highest obesity rate in the country at thirty eight percent walkington was better than most states. But it was still concerning that it's rate was twenty eight percent that's more than one in four of us has John Auerbach CEO of the group trust for America's health states with higher numbers of black and Hispanic populations as well. As low income residents did worse when people don't have access. To healthy, affordable food or to safe and accessible places to exercise. The obesity rates are higher. Auerbach's is our state has invested in public health campaigns aimed at obesity. But that there's obviously a lot more work to do. It's very concerning to think that that one in four adults are. Are facing some potentially very serious health problems that the result of obesity. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Oregon wildlife officials think they have killed the cougar that killed fifty five year old Diana bobber, they say they're not sure if it's the cougar, but it was at the attack site tests will be done to confirm. It's the animal baba was missing for nearly two weeks before her body was found Monday in the mount hood national forest. This is the first deadly cougar attack in Oregon state history. And we've learned lime bike is looking to bring e scooters stiff Tacoma, the city says the bike sharing company is in talks to launch service there which could also include e bikes, but so far it hasn't filed an application. The city says if it moves forward the service could start as a pilot program, but there is no timeline enough. A lot of details. Still need to be worked out. Komo news. Time is five forty time to head over to the KOMO sports desk and Paul decastro following their sweep of Washington and the WNBA finals. The storm and thousands of fans celebrated Sunday with the parade and rally Shubert says she's gonna come back next season. Mariners had their three-game winning streak snapped falling to the angels four three Daniel Vogel back with a two unchallenged defeat. Monday night. Football has the Seahawks and bears going prime time in Chicago. The huskies are now tied for tenth with Penn. State in the latest AP poll up next for U dub is Arizona state on Saturday sports at ten and forty on the home of the huskies. I'm Paul de Castro. Komo news..
Trump administration requests more time to reunite immigrant families
"To get them back with your parents as soon as possible on friday the trump administration requested more time from the us district judge to reunite immigrant children under five with their parents this is why they're having trouble meeting this deadline because they do not have the proper infrastructure or did not take the proper precautions when they actually separated children from their mothers and their fathers the judge will decide whether or not to provide the administration with an extension but in the meantime the faith action network says it'll continue strategizing and working for immigration reform now the workshops also focused on social media and civil disobedience training they say these are the tools they'll need to move their message forward in redmond lamonica peter's komo news police in edmonds looking for three people involved in a shooting early saturday morning happened on two hundred twelve th street southwest near seventy six have a new police say it started with a fight between seventeen year old who was shot in group of other people that teen was taken to the hospital with gunshot wounds to his thigh he is expected to survive police say three people involved took off in a white honda if you know anything call police komo's michelle esteban reporting a thirteen year old girl is out of the hospital after she and her brother and sister were hit by a car this happening tacoma near the bose elementary school gate cohen has more this long.
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"Several people were stabbed in idaho this weekend komo's michelle esteban police are investigating after nine people were injured in a stabbing in boise investigators say the people injured are part of the refugee community and some have life threatening injuries we're continuing to monitor this for you some of the wounded were found in apartments and others were found in parking lots police say one person is in custody and the scene is secure that is komo's michelle esteban and no more peak and non peak fares for king county metro a single to seventy five fair starts today you will no longer pay surcharges for peak travel times are writing between zones metros prices for youth seniors.
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"Twenty four seven news center a small plane was spotted and lake washington off of gene kulon park in renton late this afternoon but thankfully no one was hurt renton fire tells us they have made contact with the pilot he was not hurt in any way and he was the only person on board check out the photos we got here they say that the plane crashed into the water but they don't know the circumstances whether it was taking off or landing we're efforting to get that information for your crews now working to make sure no fuel spilled into lake washington that's komo's michelle esteban big changes are coming this week for drivers and bus riders who use the park and ride off of state route five twelve in lakewood starting monday the lot will temporarily close for several months due to construction komo's steve mccarron has a look at the options for those impacted by the closure says the bus will be the bus won't come here for four months four months can sure seem like a long time to a four year old but that's exactly how long payton is mom will be forced to find a new spot to catch their bus proudly announced it's a little better like nobody knew this was happening i did it starting tomorrow the highway five twelve park and ride will temporarily close so that cruise can make repairs and a few improvements after thirty years the lot is definitely showing its age this needs to be redone i use this bus stop frequently to get to work the closure means most writers like monty will now catch their buses near the discount world parking lot about a half mile away along pacific avenue south about one hundred forty parking spots will be set aside here temporarily for bus riders and carpoolers expert three block walk not bad but latisha brown told a family member that it will be a bit of an inconvenience yeah that is awkward seeing high live like right there on the corner drivers impacted by the construction can also use about two hundred twenty parking spots that will be set decided the lakewood town centre behind barnes and noble at a time the park and ride reopened writers will notice upgrades to the lights and bus shelters concrete curbs that are no longer cracked and.
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"In cash not only is animal fighting a brutal bloody sport but it's also illegal and even just attending an event can land you in jail because he's fighting roosters cannot be rehabilitated all of them had to be euthanized a woman from our state convicted of killing her sister and the san francisco area found hanging in her jail cell linda thomas found yesterday morning hanging for the top bunk at a detention facility with a bed sheet around her neck california prosecutors say thomas traveled from washington in two thousand fifteen to her sister's home and shot her over a family dispute she pointed a weapon at her brother in law but he was able to get away and call nine one one a jury convicted linda thomas last month of murder and attempted murder she was scheduled to be sentenced next month komo news time nine and eaten ville neighborhood has a new neighbor they don't want yearling black bear cub moved in and won't leave come us michelle esteban reports even with a trap fish and wildlife service has not been able to get this bear to bud took up residency in j houston's eaten ville property yards from our home and right in the middle of one of her horse pastures i think he just wants to go live bears life he doesn't know how to get there she spotted him up a tree come on come on come on it's been as pattern ever since her son came face to face with him while cleaning up after their horses on tuesday and the bear ram but he ran up a tree and so we thought well he'll go away but he didn't which is why fish and wildlife set up the trap hoping to lure him to safety and that means these out here somewhere he comes down at night forages for food doesn't bother anyone or anything and then hustles up at different tree nearly each day he hangs out about eighty feet up and doesn't budge until darkness if the pair does get tired enough and hungry enough at some point he is going to lash out michelle esteban komo news tend to.
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"Killilea summit and that's sprayed ash seven thousand feet into the air officials are preparing for more possible evacuations experts say the activity could last several more weeks michelle esteban komo news time nine thirty four aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours let's check in with dylan we'll just a couple of things to keep in mind when you're out there commuting today i five northbound between the west seattle bridge in washington the five twenty will be reduced to two lanes the revive i five project that's causing a bit of a backup from the spokane street viaduct back to our bro street and it's moving slowly along those closures that will be in effect until monday at five am so make sure to plan accordingly if you're going to use i five montlake boulevard northeast has all of its lanes closed between pacific street and forty fourth street for a walk then plan to use alternate routes their travel time from everett to seattle on i five is around thirty minutes while lynnwood to seattle on i five is closer to fifteen are next komo traffic at nine forty four i'm dillon hold forecaster earns on gray across western washington today we'll call mostly cloudy temperatures they're going to be in the mid sixties not much in the way of wind out there and just a couple of stray showers monday mostly sunny by the afternoon after a gray morning temperatures low seventies mid seventies on tuesday sunny skies and even low eighties in a few spots on wednesday in the komo weather center i'm turns on komo news saudi and fifty five years seattle this is komo now back to own it with chris davies and harry chris welcome back welcome back to own it that's your real estate show and all things real estate financing buying selling we're here to answer all those questions you know one of the things that we haven't spoken a lot about is a lot of times people get close to finalizing the purchase there's a little bit of trepidation a little bit of angst starts to set in like oh my god what am i stepping into what am i committee myself for you know i'm studying myself up for this thirty year mortgage i i'm getting cold feet oh my gosh.
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"Seven seven number one for news this is twenty four seven news on komo news i'm michael preston pierce county sheriff's deputies could use some help in catching a killer after two men were shot to death in a university place neighborhood early monday morning komo's michelle esteban has more police believe the driver was lost in turning around when he was shot needed comfort for neighbors who insists nothing ever happens in this university place neighborhood it's i'm still trying to process it so i'm not quite sure what's happening and none of the neighbors recognize the car and police don't know yet who the victims are there waiting on the medical examiner to identify them hoping that will give them clues in a double homicide that right now has more questions than answers i'm worried that they could come back and say i don't think it would be hiding here let's komo's michelle esteban tacoma family is finally feeling they will get justice in the murder of their thirteen year old jennifer bastion was abducted and strangled to death in tacoma park thirty two years ago her body was found in a nearby wooded area two weeks later in one thousand nine hundred six but no one was ever arrested until now jennifer's mother patricia spoke at monday's press conference we were overwhelmed by this thirty two years ago and we continue to be overwhelmed today we never gave up on wanting justice for jenny tacoma never gave up on wanting justice for jenny and now after all this time justice is genesis sixty year old robert washburn who used to live in tacoma was arrested in your rica illinois last week a dna match connected him to jenny's murderer he'll be brought back to washington next monday to face trial seattle.
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"And support for women ages eighteen to twenty five the home will open as soon as final staff members are hired a centralia mann's accused of threatening a little league coach during a game and assaulting a woman who intervened that has happened over the weekend right there on the baseball field at fort borst park and centralia komo's michelle esteban talk to that woman and was in court when the accused attacker face to judge today we're flying and again this was all in front of the kids actually christianson says forty three year old mall gainey didn't claw identified by police and prosecutors confronted one of her coaches in the middle of the fourth inning saturday players were on the field and confronted coach near the dugout with his players in the little leagues president saw it unfold from the press box and booked into the field with one mission that was my concern is to get him away from the kids as far as possible centralia police said the coach works as a community corrections officer for do see and has had dealings with the suspect through his job christianson said he threatened to hurt the coach and called him a liar she asked him to leave any did but once outside the ballpark she says he turned on her when she asked a staffer to borrow phone he got my face told me i need to get back he was going to hurt me at that point he did start to shove me police say he appeared to be intoxicated keycard his hand back like he was going to swing at me again thank goodness that everyone stepped in before that happened in court the judge found probable cause in the security plans to file charges christians said the suspect had no connection to the game or the teams playing you don't want kids seeing that kind of behavior and being scared just being are playing baseball that's all they wanna do is when i play ball michelle esteban komo news documents alleged dented claw threatened in officer who responded those documents also reveal he has an extensive criminal record in and out of our state it says he's been convicted of murder unlawful imprisonment and multiple assaults.
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"The middle of a snohomish county road way off center that's adding to the county's public works deputy director komo's michelle esteban reports the county wasn't even aware of it until concern drivers called the complaint tight coming around the corner last week was pretty close semi truck pile of storm lake road is all the talk in china's without warning drivers saying the last week the lanes abruptly changed the double center line is way off center in two spots road goes from to equal lanes to a wide and a skinny lane this really tells us story this is one of the skinniest sections we measured it joust over nine feet and then check this out the fog line the edge of the road just a little more than a foot and you're over the bank looks like somebody made a human error out there on the striping crew when they did go out there still homeless county public works the narrowest lane is only eight and a half feet wide host standard cars are six feet wide but he says it's not on safe but not ideal from a driver expectation that's a very small narrow minded to drive in the cord says a developer working on a nearby housing project was required to widen the road covered the old center lines and add a temporary double yellow line instead the county got permanent striping and it's off center we'll worry about how it happened and afterwards michelle esteban komo news said stripe right ink out of sumner started repairs late this afternoon komo news time ten ten let's go to tom glasgow the sports desk brought to you.
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"Ninety seven seven this is twenty four seven news on komo news i'm michael preston the stormers county sheriff's office is investigating a rape allegation involving to students at a local middle school komo's michelle esteban reports it was just again described as a possible rape occurred at the school sultan middle school now the focus of a rape in the third degree investigation we're not releasing the names of either suspect or victim they're juveniles and there's a lot of information that we're holding very close right now because this is a potential sexual assault kits there's no homage county sheriff's office has a female student alleged she was raped by a male student during school and on school grounds news of the investigation i surface publicly sunday after superintendent posted about the allegations on the schools facebook page he wrote that the school reported it immediately but couldn't for details due to privacy other than to say that no current or former staff nor any other adults were in any way involved in this incident the case is still active and investigators say they haven't determined yet what exactly happened we don't believe that the public our students are in danger but we are investigating this very seriously michelle esteban komo news sheriff's office confirms there have been no arrests law enforcement here in washington says a mapping program has them better prepared to respond to a school shooting komo's keith eldridge has more from graham capacity in high school the shooting last december had students and staff at grand cows in highschool scrambling for safety sheriff's deputies and emergency personnel rushed to.
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"Individuals for using vehicles as as homes will have the ability to defy their vehicle as a home and so lax either the please snow our magistrates now that this is their home and can't be held the city attorney's office lost the case but told me it does i agree with the ruling and is evaluating its options long's attorney says in court this city argued the ruling makes quirky enforcement difficult the judges very specific that she was not saying there can't be parking enforcement her go through without having to go through dawn told me that he hoped to become some positive force for homelessness in our city he actually hopes that it opens up some dialogue with city leaders but the city's attorney's office they've got thirty days to decide whether or not though appeal we'll keep following it for you i'm michelle esteban komo news landmark talks in north korea as kim jonghoon meets officials from the south for the first time these are your world headlines from abc news a high level delegation from south korea has had dinner in pyongyang with kim jong woon as the two sides engage in talks aimed at restarting dialogue with the united states a longawaited delivery of aid has finally reach stricken residents of rebelheld eastern huta in damascus but the un says each truck has had hoffa jr supplies removed by the government a man who is critically ill after being exposed to an unknown substance in england is believed to be a russian national convicted of spying for britain the bbc reports that the man was granted refuge in the uk following a spy swap between america and russia in two thousand and ten following inconclusive elections italy is bracing itself for perry of political uncertainty eurosceptic and populist parties gained the lion's share of the votes although none managed to get a majority julia mcfarland abc news at the foreign desk in london a tremendous underwater discoveries taken place in the coral sea komos charlie harger tells.
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"With couples michelle esteban one minute brandon austin was burning weeds with the propane torch the next he was on fire so he's stunned his hands arms neck and upper torso burned brandon was burning weeds in astana way yard last august with greenwood propane torch when is attorney says the torch started his thing and suddenly erupted into a fireball right and brandon's hand this because the gases spewing out of the coupling or whatever the pieces of that that has been other design defect in manufacturing tufa darrell cochran brandon's attorney filed suit against harbor freights tools naming them as owner of the greenwood trademark a spokeswoman for harbor free tools told me the company does not comment on pending litigation cochran insists brandon followed the instructions which tout the product as quote safe and easy to use this had nothing to do with what he did michelle esteban komo news check it at the sportsdesk this morning the super bowl hype machine cranking up in the game now twelve days away in minneapolis the patriots take on the eagles philadelphia coach doug peterson born in bellingham will become the first washington born head coach to lead a team to the super bowl he spoke to the media yesterday said that like most others in the game he's a bit jealous of what bill bellichik at a patriots of achieve i think everybody in league sorta envies the success to some extent and and rightfully so they you know they've they've been there done that many times and that's something that every other team you know would would love to have the patriots are five and a half point favorite for that game set for february fourth in minneapolis the seahawks parted ways with other coach yesterday travis joel embiid offensive assistant for five years was let go for the staff he's the fifth the to depart the team this offseason the cause of death for former sea hawk cortez kennedy he has been listed officially now as natural causes related to hypertensive heart disease pneumonia and diabetes after the autopsy release yesterday kennedy the hall of famer died in late may in orlando florida we check sports at 10 and 40 past each are on the home of the huskies wearing here the coaches show tonight at.
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"Economic development and franklin tells me she has a fifty seven member transition team helping her coming up with priorities for the city of everett that's comost hannity mootaz reporting also a controversial vote last night in everett allows little barrier housing to move into the city's neighborhood the city council voted a transfer land to catholic housing services to develop a housing complex for people who are homeless and have mental health issues city leaders say this is an effective way to help people who desperately need housing but resident aaron powell lives close by says he worries about their safety and drugs come into the area and he's not happy with the city council's decision and my wife and i will be looking at here looking at jimmy now city leaders say they picked location because it's walking distance who a lot of other social services residents will be able to go to for help komo news time is four thirty eight policemen to these hope surveillance images could solve a string of armed robberies now believed to be all connected gomes michelle esteban says there have been four robberies in four days stretching from stand would to seattle the first one was at a magnolia gas station and had a guy asks for everything in a register owner dalat collect says he's been on his toes since friday's early morning robbery if they're willing to do something as petty is for a couple of hundred dollars you know they're you never know what they could do it seattle police say that suspects captured on surveillance video holding up another gas station been northgate police say just thirty minutes after leaving collect store we've been fortunate in that nobody has been injured seattle police and the snohomish county sheriff's office think the same armed ooo knocked off to stand with businesses on monday a little caesars pizza and thirty minutes later.
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"Street in bellevue gomo's michelle esteban reports police and the boy's father are still searching for answers julia khola told police she and her two kids ran outta gas so she and her daughter walk to a nearby station that when they returned to the car two year old sky was gone police say her story has holes in it and she refuses to speak with intact as the boy's father says that i have guys mom won't cooperate with authorities is frustrating horrible because there's a pardom you'd been used to live under the party this dead i just wanna know what happened just like everybody else ability to tech is still active with the case flags were flown at half staff saturday in honor of army warrant off sir jacob sims who was stationed add jblm the 36yearold army pilot was killed in a helicopter crash last month while serving in afghanistan a funeral was held yesterday in lakewood komo news time is now four thirty three icy weather could cause more slowdowns at sea tac international airport today friday's blast of ice and snow caused more than three hundred flight delays and cancellations port officials wore an icy conditions could cause more delays and even more cancellations today at snow call me i i90 pat snoqualmie pass i90 reopened to traffic in both directions after a major closer due to weather komo steve mccarron reports from north banned if steve mcmahon has had his wayne he wishes heaters carload of friends would have hit the road back to spoke care just a few minutes earlier three cars two cars went back this morning breakfast so now we are sitting here for enterprise spokane mina seconds before he was about to pass by exit thirty four cruise close the eastbound lanes of interstate ninety here he and hundreds of other drivers sat staring at brake lights tried to keep their windows clear of snow bear watching a camera stop sylvia this is like a nice place to get stuck several spinouts and crashes caused cruise to close both directions of the interstate at two spots each way the backup stretch several miles long as troopers waited for tow trucks.