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Early Vaccine Registration Open For All Seattle, King County Residents

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:19 sec | Last week

Early Vaccine Registration Open For All Seattle, King County Residents

"And if you live or work in King County, you can now pre register to get notified about vaccine appointments in Seattle before eligibility expands to all a doubt adults. We have a link it co Moh news dot com slash hot links. You can also call the state's covert hotline. That phone number is 1 805 to 5.

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Boeing puts up for sale its Commercial Airplanes headquarters campus outside Seattle

America in the Morning

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Boeing puts up for sale its Commercial Airplanes headquarters campus outside Seattle

"Estate footprint. The company says its commercial airplanes headquarters in Renton Is up for sale more from Cuomo's Corwin Hate in Boeing's heyday as a local company, the old Long acres campus was the nerve center of its power and influence. Now, The Seattle Times reports, the 215 acre campus is officially on the market. The potential sale comes as no surprise, Boeing said six months ago it might sell the property and many other local sites in what President Greg Smith described As a thorough review of the company's real estate holdings were reviewing every piece of real estate. Every building every lease every warehouse every sight to look at how we can be more efficient, Smith said last October, the pandemic has helped Boeing understand it is possible for local executives to work remotely. Still, the potential sale is sure to reignite questions about whether Boeing plans to further shrink its presence in the Puget Sound area. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news. It's 704.

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02:24 min | 3 weeks ago

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"Moh news 1000 FM. 97 7, The U. S congressman Claims report that he's under investigation for sexual misconduct is part of an extortion campaign against him. There's a bee sees Mary Bruise. Florida Congressman Matt Gates are rising Conservative star and close ally of former president Trump, insisting he did nothing wrong. It is a horrible allegation, and it is alive. The New York Times Breaking the news reporting. The Justice Department is investigating whether Gates had a sexual relationship with a 17 year old girl. And paid for her to travel with him, potentially violating sex trafficking laws. A source aware of the investigation has confirmed some details to ABC News. The person doesn't exist. I have not had a relationship with a 17 year old. That is totally false, Gates reportedly telling Axios. I have definitely in my single days provided for women. I've dated You know, I've paid for flights for hotel rooms I've been, you know, generous as a partner. I think someone is trying to make that look criminal when it is not adding, he is quote absolutely confident. None of the women were underage overnight gates, claiming he's the actual victim here of an extortion scheme. A person demanded $25 million in exchange for making Horrible sex trafficking allegations against me go away. He says The investigation is part of a politically motivated campaign to damage his reputation. But the probe was reportedly launched last year in the final months of the Trump administration. I do believe that there are people the Department of Justice who are trying to smear me the interview, leaving the Fox News host baffled You just saw him at Gates interview. That was one of the weirdest interviews I've ever conducted. Don't think that clarified much now. Gates says he was actually cooperating with the FBI on this extortion case, and now he's demanding that they released audio and documents that he says are relevant. Meanwhile, the person that Gates is accusing in this extortion case has denied any wrongdoing. In an interview with The Washington Post, the Justice Department is still not commenting on this case lies your kid's head back to the classroom. For the first time in months, there's a good chance I haircut was in order. As Cuomo's Brian Calvert points out. There is some new rules when it comes to a certain styles for decades, a certain haircut revered by some and reviled by others who stood out as one very defining look. Country.

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Microsoft to reopen its headquarters to more employees on March 29

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Microsoft to reopen its headquarters to more employees on March 29

"Ryan Harris Co. Moh news. Microsoft will allow more employees to return to work at its headquarters in Redmond. As more Americans have vaccinated against Cove. It 19 starting March, 29th employees will be given the option to work from the office from

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Federal Paycheck Protection Program Preserves 500 000 Jobs in Seattle Area

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:11 min | Last month

Federal Paycheck Protection Program Preserves 500 000 Jobs in Seattle Area

"So did the Seattle Times and the Foster Garvey law firm other local companies received under $10. We're talking about two beneficiaries of the Federal Paycheck Protection program or from Cuomo's. Corwin, Take Pee. Pee Pee, designed to bolster companies and prevent mass layoffs has pumped as much as $11 billion into King Pierce and Snohomish County's since the program began. According to the P P p database, 86 companies in the three counties received loans in the 5 to $10 million range, preserving half a million jobs. Some of the loans, though, seemed to bear no relationship to jobs. The database claims of $5 million plus loan to it's a quad based evergreen restaurant group preserved 500 jobs. But it also says a similar loan to Seattle based co Imagine Health preserved zero jobs. Meanwhile, hundreds of businesses received P P p payments of under $150,000 most of them well under that amount, for example, and every beauty salon received $229 an amount the database claims preserved One job Corwin Hague Co. Moh news SOMEONE news time 604 and coming up. I'm Ryan Harris, seeking

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Seattle considers right to counsel and extending COVID-19 crisis eviction moratorium through 2021

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:29 min | Last month

Seattle considers right to counsel and extending COVID-19 crisis eviction moratorium through 2021

"For tenants. Rights is both Seattle and the state. Consider laws designed to prevent evictions come with core would take explains votes are expected in both of Seattle City Council and the state Legislature on separate bills to ensure tenants facing eviction have the right to legal counsel sort of a public defender for tenants sharing Crowley with the Seattle Renters Commission says in the tenant landlord relationship landlords hold most of the power the right to counsel is one important step toward equal. I think this power imbalance, but landlord and realtor Natalie Burnett says further allowing tenants to avoid eviction will have dire consequences as frustrated owners simply sell their rental properties. Lot less inventory for rental houses. Which in turn will increase our homelessness issue to the council members. Shama Sawant, sponsor of the Seattle bill is also pushing to extend until year's end a citywide covert related eviction moratorium. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news and the city of Seattle's moratorium on residential, nonprofit and small business evictions has been extended through the end of June. Mayer Durkin says there's hope on the horizon. But the extension provides housing stability as new federal funding arrives with a recent passage of the federal Assistance Plan. While the moratorium is in place in Seattle, property owners may not issue notices of termination or otherwise initiate an eviction action with the court's unless there is an imminent threat to the health and safety of the community. Over

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Records ID’ing Seattle officers who attended Washington, D.C. rally can be released — but not yet

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:58 sec | Last month

Records ID’ing Seattle officers who attended Washington, D.C. rally can be released — but not yet

"Officers who attended the January 6th rally that led to the attack on the U. S. Capitol. Even though the judge has ruled that those names can be made public coma Score one. Hank has that update Last month, a temporary injunction prevented the city of Seattle from naming the officers who attended the Washington D. C Rally Co. Moh news is among the parties seeking the name's via public records request. Members of the public, including Victoria Beach with the SPD African American Community Advisory Council also want to know their names. I just feel like if you went you're guilty You broke the law now, though, the scandal Times reports King County Superior Court Judge Sandra Woodland has denied those officers request for a permanent injunction ruling. The officer's actions in this case were public. Still, the names remain secret. For now. Judge Woodland has extended the temporary injunction another seven days to allow the officers to appeal her ruling. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news

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05:56 min | Last month

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"On CO Moh news. We kick it off with ABC bits five blocks. From ABC News. I'm Dave Packer. After backlash from President Biden, the CDC and even other Republican leaders. Texas Governor Greg Abbott defended his decision to lift all coronavirus restrictions. And and the face mask mandate, telling ABC station KTRK TV that a drop in covert 19 cases proves it's the right time. We're still urging people to continue to wear the mask to continue to use the same practices that they have mastered over the past year. Because Texans have mastered the safe strategies. They don't need an order from Austin, Texas, telling him what to do They know the right thing to do. But Harris County Judge Alina held ago, says she's worried it'll lead to more death. It conveys to the community that we're all good that it's an all clear that we've won the battle and look, we're in the last inning, but but we still gotta stick together. This is the time for unity. It is not the time for false hope. Alabama announced today. It's keeping its mask mandate for another month. Senate voted to begin debating a $1.9 trillion covert 19 really feel after Democrats made 11th hour changes aimed at ensuring they could pull President Biden stop legislative priority through the chamber. ABC is Mary Bruce. Republicans still insist this bill is just too expensive. And now Republicans are intent on delaying this process. Tonight. They're insisting that the Senate clerk read aloud all 628 pages of this bill. It could take up to 10 hours. But Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is adamant they're getting this done this week. And once the president signs the bill. Then those direct payments, those checks could start going out within days. Bill includes $1400 checks for those making up to $75,000 a year a smaller amount for those making up to 80 Grand Oklahoma unemployment payments since the start of the pandemic, now surpassing payments made during the past 10 years combined. Nearly $1.5 billion, says the state and on Wall Street, the Dow was down 345 points today. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. The top five and five from coma News. Good evening. Come on news time. 502. I'm Rick fan sites with ELISA Jaffe. A lot more people are about to be eligible to get the Cupid vaccine. Governor Jay Inslee made the announcement this afternoon, he says starting March 16th, grocery workers, transit workers, first responders and others are allowed to receive it. This again assumes that supplies will increase on their trajectory that We have plans to accept. Another group, including people with two or more underlying conditions, who are over 50 will be eligible April 12 later that month people as young as 16 who have underlying conditions. You'll also be eligible. The Biden administration announced earlier this week that they expect enough vaccines to be available for everyone by the end of May. I'm Charlie Harder, Governor Jay Inslee says. The state will see a huge increase in the number of vaccine doses available in the coming weeks and months, he says. That means many more volunteers with medical experience are needed. We've got a medical reserve corps in this regard. What's your name into that We will call you and you're gonna help us save a lot of lives, actually made the comments while touring the mass vaccination site at the state Fair grounds in Puyallup. I'm Ryan Harris, Washington's health secretary, says he's worried about the confusing messages sent by other states like Texas going the full re openings, Doctor rumor, Shaw says with rapid spreading variants here it's too soon to abandon protective measures. But it comes a Shaw says the state lab and shoreline gets new equipment to test for variance. The goal is to test several thousands. Vestments a month. Our state is also getting nearly 61,000 doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, But health officials say they're told will get zero for the next three weeks. I'm Jeff Pooja Look. Republicans have unveiled their own plan to reopen the states into the people Open safes and open now that state Senator Sharon Brown, who says their plan would leave control to the counties and reopen everything at 100% within a month. Governor, Endsley says. It's a nonstarter. We're not following the leadership of Texas on this Texas governor ordered his state reopened a decision that has been widely criticized by health officials, including the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, former Sonics great James Donaldson running for Seattle mayor making the official announcement today, he says the city's handling of the chop was what convinced him to run or summer of love. That really made us a laughingstock around this country. And that really got me Siri, aided in a way and motivated To do something about it, Donaldson says. He's a moderate centrist, and that thesis itty is long overdue for common sense Leadership Still to come more than two months after a major data breach potential victims still not notified. I'm Corwin hates state agency getting grilled. Come on this time. Five old four. Here's Marina. Now, with our traffic on the force from the Jew Been law group Traffic center spots to avoid Marina. Well, many of them so north and I find that 41st Broadway. The shoulder is blocked by an earlier collision. But it Z gonna be slow through that area, but where it's really difficult is leaving the U District now. That's gonna be solid all the way up into Mountlake Terrace. You really won't get a break until your past 44th in Lynwood south on I five is bumper to bumper from North Gate down to the West Seattle Bridge. Not that along Boeing field, but it's when you get to the Duwamish curves that's really going to struggle. The 200 South bound for a five in Bellevue. The struggle begins just north of 5. 20 will last you down to rent into about 30th. We have slowdowns north bound for five from 5 20 upto one 24th Totem lake. South and I five is solid traffic from highway 18 through five to the port of Tacoma Road. We're also looking at slow down south and 167 that begin at Highway 18 or really don't let up until you get past the Puyallup River. It's going to be difficult South and I five through JB Ellen from gravelly Lake Drive to Main Gate. You're next. Come on..

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02:06 min | Last month

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"Moh news weekend, The FDA approved the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine for emergency use, making it the third vaccine given the go ahead to use Dr John Donne, a member of the Western states, the scientific safety Review, Workgroup spoke with Cuomo's Nick problem. Our job is to make sure that we feel of the science just Defies the recommendations that have come out this weekend done, says he anticipates that during their group meeting this week, he will side with the decisions made by the CDC and the FDA. I have not seen anything in the data that I reviewed to suggest to me that the anything that's been recommended so far is inappropriate, Dr Anthony Fauci says, adding the Johnson and Johnson shot will get more shots to places. It may not have been able to house the other one's in colder temperatures or don't have the capacity to go through two rounds of inoculations. We want to get as many people vaccinated as quickly and as expeditiously as possible and done, says the review group will have a lot of different opinions on the new Johnson and Johnson vaccine when they come together to meet, so he doesn't want to speculate what the group As a whole will do in the coming days whether they'll approve it or what side they will take. When this new vaccine becomes available, Nick problem Come on in. It's later this month, the city of Seattle will turn Lumen Field into a mass covert vaccination site there, Jenny Durkin says. Starting today to walk up sites will start operating on a permanent basis. These air located in West Seattle and Rainier Beach, just like we lead in Testing. I want us to be the first city in America that reaches that 70% mark of vaccinations so we can reopen our businesses get together with our loved ones. Start having that sense of society we had before Kobe, according to the city at peak operations and supply permitting, the mass vaccination sites could administer 21,000 shots every day, or 150,000 vaccinations every week to the entire region. Come on his time, a 34 and coming up middle and high school students in like Washington will not be going back this year. Not going over well with some parents..

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"Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Fight over minimum wages continues after House passage. President Biden's nearly $2 trillion covert relief package. ABC NEWS White House correspondent Mary Alice Parks on what's next House Democrats kept in their bill that raised the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour even though the Senate learning they could not keep that language in their budget bill, But Senate Democrats say they're exploring other options. One idea is to maybe Tax large corporations that do not pay their workers a certain hourly wage. Israel has become a case study for the world on covert 19 vaccination, given its swift, sweeping and successful campaign so far over three million Israelis. Received the visor vaccine. But masks and social distancing and restrictions on gatherings remain in place as virus is still spreading at a high rate due mainly to the UK mutation even as Israel sprints ahead of the world and its vaccination campaign, with one out of three Israelis fully inoculated the UK mutation of Cove in 19, still keeping positive infection rates here hovering at about 6% what is still way too high for health officials. The mutation, also leaving More young Israelis under 40 and pregnant women, seriously ill night curfews in place now for the Jewish holiday of Poor, um and then growing international airport likely to stay closed until April that is closed for Passover. Georgiana Miller, ABC NEWS Jerusalem While all this here on Earth NASA astronauts Kate Rubins and Victor Glover exiting the International Space station's Quest airlock early this morning for a space walk. That's expected to take about 6.5 hours. Alright, guys. Nice job working through that. We know it's super tight in there some solid Okay for both such power to bat, Rhoda, stagger your sisters and expect a warning to him. Hey, you want some of the communications? Of course already underway this morning..

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01:52 min | Last month

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"Moh news 1000 FM. 97 7 Good evening. I'm Rick fan size with ELISA Jaffe. We continue with the covert coverage here from CO Moh news KING County Health officials look back at the year of covert 19 years come. Oh Soo Romero last year Life care Center of Kirkland have the region's first outbreak at a long term care facility now Dr Jeff Duchin with Seattle King County Public Health. Says. For the first time since then, as of last week, they have not had a single new case of covert reported at a licensed home as of today, or outbreak is about 90% of the way back. That level of covert 19 transmission We were at before our most recent third wave, he says. Our best tool to fight the virus are the covert vaccines. King Candy has about 327,000 residents who've had a first shot of the vaccine. C. Romero come on News. Washington State's attorney general says not every police use of force investigation is compliant with the law of Ferguson commissioned the report after the Pierce County Sheriff's office revealed months into its investigation into the death of Manuel Ellis that one of its deputies was involved in the case. Initiative, 9 40 bars law enforcement from investigating use of force within their own agencies. Now, the report found that while most investigations were compliant, some failed to include non law enforcement representatives. 9 40 past with nearly 60% of the vote in 2018, but was quickly amended by the state Legislature shortly thereafter that report with Cuomo's Jeff Pozole, a thousands of acres of pristine forest land and more than a dozen rivers in Washington, or a step closer to permanent protection, this under a bill that just passed the U. S House. The story from Cuomo's Ryan Harris, the bill from Democratic representative Derek Kilmer with designate 19 rivers and their tributaries as wild and scenic, and would protect more than 126,000 acres of pub. Like land on the Olympic Peninsula, Kilmer tells the house it's not only a big.

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Lady Gaga's dog walker shot, French bulldogs stolen in LA

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

03:07 min | Last month

Lady Gaga's dog walker shot, French bulldogs stolen in LA

"On their story. Gunman Shot Lady Gaga is Dog Walker and stole two of the singer's Bulldogs ABC Jason Nathan Seuin joining us on the co Moh news line with more on this attack, and this sounds like a scene out of a Hollywood movie. Yet it did happen for real in Hollywood, Jason It really did happen. This was Wednesday night. Her dog, Walker was walking the dogs Ryan Fisher or dog Walker and assistant walking the three dogs in West Hollywood. When a car pulls up a white car pulls up to people get out. That there on the sidewalk here. One of them has a gun. They start to try to steal the dogs. There's a struggle going on. They get two of the dogs, and then one of the people shoots Ryan Fisher in the chest. Jump in the car take off with two of the dogs. One of the dogs who had apparently gotten away comes back to Fisher and his kind of hanging around Fisher while he's lying on the ground, calling for help pleading for somebody. Anybody To come help him, Hey says, I've been shot in the chest and bleeding my lungs or bleeding. It's really kind of gripping and chilling video and audio that's on TMZ that they have from security camera from one of the neighbors. The two people they take off and gaga now offering a $500,000 reward for the return of the dogs. She's not in the country. She's in Rome, but she is obviously beside herself wanting the dogs back. What do we know about the dog walkers? Condition? He's going to survive that we don't know exactly. You know what kind of condition what level but that he's I've seen reports that he's doing well to reports that he's you know, in the hospital and They're working on him. But as far as we know that he's going to survive this if they've got surveillance video what? What does it tell us about the the Attackers of the car, the vehicle they used for the weapons. It's a white they're thinking Nissan Sentra the gun. I've seen this. It is a semi automatic. Looks like a handgun to me. They don't get it clear license plate on the video. But there might have been other video that they're looking at. And the police are obviously looking into this. And what we don't know is is this was she targeted? What were these dogs specifically targeted Because There are Lady gaga as dogs, and they thought that they could either get more money or get a reward from her for that, Or is this part of a larger trend that we've seen of dogs, specifically pure bred dogs? French Bulldogs being high on the list? Of dogs being stolen. You know, the economy's bad people are looking for money in any way they could get it and stealing dogs has become a big thing. We've seen a couple incidences and here in Los Angeles and San Francisco, other areas in California because they can get big money for these dogs. Now, these dogs in particular are now two of the most famous dogs in the world. Their pictures are everywhere so I imagine it would be pretty hard for the thieves to sell these particular pops. In addition to the reward, have we heard from Lady Gaga? Jason? No, we haven't. We know that she's wanted to get the word out about the dogs, and that she she's created an email address for people to send information, she says no questions asked. But So far in social media. She's been silent on Instagram Twitter. She hasn't said

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Johnson & Johnson's single-dose vaccine is effective, FDA says

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Johnson & Johnson's single-dose vaccine is effective, FDA says

"Today says Johnson and Johnson's single shot Corona virus vaccine Meets emergency requirements. ABC is Mark Rommel are joins us on the co Moh news line. What's this going to mean? Mark and how effective is this one shot vaccine compared to the others? Yes. So this is another step in the process of getting an emergency use authorization for this. The FDA and then they're scientists of essentially looked at the data and said exactly that it appears safe and effective. Now it will go to an independent review board on Friday who will scrutinize the data and make a determination or a recommendation to the FDA about what they think if they think that this vaccine should be approved or given some kind of Emergency authorization and then finally, the decision rests with the FDA to make that call. But what we understand from the data from Johnson and Johnson, as well as what the FDA said today is that there appear to be no major safety concerns with this, that the common side effects or what we've heard with other vaccines who like beavers, fatigue, headache pain at the site of injection, and then it's 66% effective overall at preventing moderate to severe Cove in 1985%, effective at preventing the most serious illness from Covert 19. And so while that does not reach up to the levels of the fighter and Madonna vaccines at 95%, effective at preventing you from getting covert 19 that even in and of itself could be significant in reducing strain on hospitals and the health care system, Because even if people could get this one does, and you know, maybe you get mildly sick from covert 19. That's still a lot better than ending up in the hospital or potentially dead from covert 19. So it does appear to meet the standards that the FDA is looking. Before in terms of safety and efficacy.

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Dr. Fauci predicts "open season" for vaccinations in April

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

03:20 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Fauci predicts "open season" for vaccinations in April

"April it will be open season for covert vaccinations in this country. A B C's Mark Millar joining us on the co Moh news line to explain what does that exactly mean? And what's it say about supplies? Mark? Yes. Oh, doctor catching on NBC's Today show this morning. Did that open season and basically what he said. That means is by we get by the time we get to into April and the end of April. We're going to start seeing the kind of vaccine supply that will allow us to get to these levels where virtually everyone can get vaccinated now, he said. Logistically, it may still take several months to complete. Vaccinations for that many people so we may still have Somewhat of a supply crunch compared to the demand, but I think what he was getting at there is right now we're in these tears and phases of who's eligible to get vaccines and what he's saying is, by the time we're getting into April in late April, we might be in the general public area of Virtually anyone is eligible to go get a vaccination. It's just a question of whether or not we have the millions of doses to supply for the potentially hundreds of millions of people who would be eligible and willing to get a vaccine at that point, So he says the case is really going to ramp up because we're gonna see the supply ramp up over the next couple months into April, and he said that he hopes The vast majority of Americans can be vaccinated by the time we get to mid end of summer. How many are being administered now? Mark so, the U. S is ramping up and has been ramping up the pace of vaccinations. And right now the U. S has now, according to Ah planning document from the Department of Health and Human Services, the U. S has now hit Seven day average for daily doses administered on that number is now 1,555,959 shots a day. So we have now hit that 1.5 million. A day shot total that President Biden had called for. Obviously, that puts us on a good track for us reaching that 100 million shots and his 1st 100 days, which some you know, had said was kind of a low goal, a low bar that it could have been higher, but we're making progress in that direction and shots are ramping up and that's good news. Dr Fauci have any cautions for people? Not when it came to that vaccines. Now he did say that they're watching the variance that have been coming around the UK Varian in particular is spreading quite rapidly here in the U. S. Though, he said mass are effective against it, as well as the vaccines that we currently have. Hey, also was asked about You know this. This lingering question about Can you if you get vaccinated? Can you go see your family? Are you safe to do that? And he said ultimately, yes, but the goal would be to have both parties vaccinated And the reason being is let's say your grandmother or you know, someone you know is vaccinated. Well, they could go and meet you. They could still get Kobe Ed. If you're not wearing masks, and you're not social distancing. They could still get cold it in their nasal cavity, essentially and from there potentially spread it to others, So the risk may not be so much. Them, but the ability for them to spread it So again. The goal here is to have both parties vaccinated. But that was kind of his parting piece of advice here. A PC's Mark Rommel or thank you, Mark. You bet. Thank you.

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01:54 min | 2 months ago

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"Moh news come on news time. 12 30 live down to ABC Second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump continuing this hour, with impeachment managers presenting evidence to senators trying to prove Trump inside of the insurrection at the U. S. Capitol. They detailed Trump's actions leading to the January 6, saying he fueled a mob of the supporters to storm the building. House impeachment managers are making the case that January 6th Capitol attack was the culmination of a months long effort by former president Trump to undermine and overturn the election results. They say Trump's conduct leading up to the Capitol riot was deliberate and premeditated, pointing to tweets and videos where Trump told his supporters the election was rigged and to stop the steal. The Democratic lawmakers argue the outcome of the riot was predictable because Trump encouraged it. Those officials. The ABC News Washington trial managers and Trump's defense team Each gets 16 hours in the coming days to present their cases with continuing coverage. The impeachment trial I'm Michelle, France and ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon couple news time. 12 31 I'm Taylor Vance Ice Now the top stories from the Coma 24 7 News Center. Anti police activists showed up at a Seattle murder scene last night after officers shot and killed an armed suspect. Como's Corwin Haig, has details. According to the police account. Officers arrived at the scene near the North West African American Museum just after 9 P.m.. They heard gunshots immediately. They say a man with a gun confronted them and opened fire Officers returned fire, killing the suspect. Officers then found two women in a car both shot multiple times. One of the victims has since died. Seattle police assistant Chief Deanna No. Let fielded questions at the scene from local media and also from what appeared to be protesters. Someone actually shot by a police officer,.

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Suspect killed after firing at officers in Seattle

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:04 min | 2 months ago

Suspect killed after firing at officers in Seattle

"Man in a central district gun battle last night. The gunman suspected of shooting two people, one of whom now has died more from comas. Corwin hate. It was about 9 15 last night when officers responded to an active shooting in the 2300 block of South Massachusetts Street. Seattle police assistant chief DNA and let says officers actually heard gunshots as they pulled up and quickly found themselves fired upon. They pulled up in front of the North West African American Museum, at which time a suspect came around the corner from parking lot. And began firing at them. Officers returned fire and hit the suspect that unidentified man died. Officers quickly found two victims at the scene, both shot multiple times. One of the victims has since died. No, let's says it's too early for more details. The investigation will be conducted by the Seattle Police Department by the Force Investigation unit. With oversight by the opposite professional accountability. One more note. Anti police protesters showed up at the press briefing near the shooting scene, where they yelled profanities at news crews. Corwin Hate Co. Moh news

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02:18 min | 2 months ago

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"Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 History's being made in the nation's capital this week is the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump is underway. House impeachment managers in the former president's legal team gave their arguments for and against the constitutionality of the trial. Formal political analyst, Ron Dots are with strategies. 3 60 has some takeaways. From what we've heard so far. Number one. I think that across the board, the president's legal team seemed ill prepared, and they're being panned. Again University not only by Democrats, but even Republican senators that actually end up siding with them have panned their performance pretty hard that they weren't on message. They were you prepared, and as a consequence, they apparently the former president. Was going happen eclectic today during their performance as well. So having said all that it really didn't change much in the in the voting, so we, the Democrats added one more vote to the 55 told they had previously so with the 56 44 margin. They're going to go forward. But I think again the diets is cast here and probably some level doesn't really matter about any performance. I also was struck. I thought that 13 minute video. That Congressman Raskin shared today was was also pretty compelling. Video visuals always work, and that would be a take away, so they were talking across the Senate and to the American public. In my opinion, the Democrats not only made their arguments in terms of The constitutional question, But they started setting up their layout. The narrative and I think we'll see. Theoretically we'll probably see a little bit of performance out of the president's legal team. But As it stands right now, the problem he's got, is he? The lawyers that he had lined up chose not to represent him so again at the end of day when he's 16 hours of done, that's probably going to be the end of it, And it will be a sizable margin that will not vote for impeachment long before covert 19 America's kids have been giving up playing organized sports, Como's Bill Swartz says. Seahawks star player is part of Mojo, the mobile APP to help bring back the joy and magic of youth sports. There's.

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Amazon to host another pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinic at its Seattle HQ campus on Sunday

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00:20 sec | 2 months ago

Amazon to host another pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinic at its Seattle HQ campus on Sunday

"To hold another pop up vaccination clinic this weekend, where they plan to give out 2000 doses of the vaccine. It's happening Sunday at the Amazon meeting Center in Seattle, from 8 30 in the morning till 4 30 in the afternoon. We have some details posted on our website at CO Moh news calm even though hundreds of thousands of people are

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Biden executive action reopens Affordable Care Act enrollment amid pandemic

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Biden executive action reopens Affordable Care Act enrollment amid pandemic

"To sign two executive orders basically the best way to describe it to undo the damage Trump has done President Joe Biden today, opening a special window so more Americans who want to get healthcare coverage can do so through the affordable care act. And the president also ended another trump order relating to Medicaid. ABC is Andy Field joins us on the co Moh news line with details of these new executive orders and Andy. They might be new orders. But the president saying that he's not doing anything new, explain what he means by that? Yeah, it's exactly what was in place when he and President Obama left office. What he basically said in the sound that you just played. Is that he's undoing What President Trump did, which was make things a lot harder. For example, with the affordable Care act, President Trump Shrunk this down to six weeks that you could sign up for these health care. Cooperatives that you could get into and then buy insurance. But in this case, Joe Biden is now expanding it Now from February, 15 to May 15th. It's gonna be a three month enrollment plan for healthcare dot gov. Go on there and sign up just like you used to. It means more to people now because a lot of folks who had insurance through their employer no longer have any insurance at all. And what the Trump administration did was Preclude you from getting it even from healthcare dot gov because they shrunk the enrollment time, so President Biden is just basically bringing that back. He's taking steps. To undo some of the things that Trump administration did with Medicaid sign ups to make it tougher for you to do that. There's also some health care information and this really doesn't affect Americans as much as it does for people overseas. In terms of federal money going to organizations that may have some connection with reproductive health and abortion funding overseas, and he's cutting rid of those restrictions as well. So These are things that basically it's almost bookkeeping for President Biden to get things back to when he was vice president. Certainly, things

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Amazon Set to Hire 3,000 Corporate Employees in Boston

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00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Amazon Set to Hire 3,000 Corporate Employees in Boston

"Moh news time 5 50 Now that propel insurance money update. Amazon is planning to add 3000 employees and its corporate ranks in the Boston area. The online retailer says the jobs will be distributed across support teams from the Alexa Smart speaker system. To Amazon Web services, Amazon Robotics and Amazon Pharmacy, a new business unit launched in November. The jobs will include roles and technology and software development ups has agreed to sell its freight business to rival T if I international for $800 million Saying it's pulling out of the domestic trucking market to focus on the soaring small package delivery business. The sale is one of the biggest strategic shifts by new CEO Carol Thomas, and she took the position last

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Biden taps longtime diplomat William Burns for CIA director

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00:15 sec | 3 months ago

Biden taps longtime diplomat William Burns for CIA director

"Washington diplomat who rose through the ranks of the State Department. For retiring retiring term term on on the the Carnegie Carnegie Endowment Endowment of of International International Peace. Peace. Sherry Sherry Preston Preston ABC ABC News News Co. Co. Moh Moh news news 1000 1000 FM FM 97 97 7631 7631 Right Right now now Monday morning,

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Seattle mayor blames Trump for Washington, DC riots as mob breaks through to Washington Governor's Mansion

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01:10 min | 3 months ago

Seattle mayor blames Trump for Washington, DC riots as mob breaks through to Washington Governor's Mansion

"Onto the grounds of the governor's match in Olympia this afternoon. Call most Cara Kostya Mitch has the update. Protesters breach the outer metal fence surrounding the mansion. Debbie s. He says at least 30 people on the mansion property. The governor is in a safe, undisclosed location right now with his family. Ah, large number of troopers did respond immediately. Earlier today, a group of up to 400 demonstrators gathered in front of the state Capitol in support of Donald Trump. I'm told that those folks that breached the property of the mansion were part of that group. I'm told that there have been no injuries and no property damage. The leaders reacted to the violence of the U. S. Capitol with King County executive Doubt. Constantine and Seattle marriage any dark and blaming President Trump for inciting the actions of his supporters, Durkin tells co. Moh news president of the United States has an obligation to step up and say this is wrong stop, and so far he's failed to do that, And to the contrary, he encourages this kind of activity, She says. Violence and destruction will not be tolerated in Seattle police have prepared to deal with it. Constantine calls of a sad dark moment. In our nation's history or hearing

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01:43 min | 3 months ago

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"Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 and a couple news time 6 31 I'm Rick fan sites with ELISA Jaffe as we continue on the story here from the Comb over 24 7 News Center, as with everyone else at the Capitol, Washington's congressional delegation pad to take cover today. This after Trump supporters stormed the capital and broke into the House and Senate Chambers. Newly sworn in representative Democrat Maryland, Strickland of Tacoma. Trump and his neighbors are responsible for inciting the violence through their rhetoric. We knew this in 2016, and it's coming to light now, and it is a tragic day in United States of America when our democracy is being undermined by president who just doesn't know it's time to go. Some Republicans have also called on President Trump to condemn the violence and allow the electoral process to go forward. Jeff Pooja, Look, Come on News we've heard from local Republican supporters and Republican critics of the president about what they've saw today in the nation's capital and Co. Most Charlie Harder with that part of our coverage. It's a wide range of opinions. Washington State Republican Party Chairman Caleb Heimlich, a Trump supporter, is out with a written statement. He says it was unfathomable and the violence flies in the face of our nation's foundational values. Republican strategist. Randy Pebble is not a supporter of the president. What I do hope goes away after January, 20th is anyone with any power in this country supporting these types of action, and former Republican Party chairman Chris Vance, who left the party over Trump is fired up on Twitter. He called for the impeachment of the president, calling him a traitor. Charlie Harder come. O'Neill's dozens of pro Trump protesters in Olympia broke through a gate at the governor's mansion Today, Trooper Darrin Wright is with the State patrol. There will be investigations on what happened.

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01:33 min | 3 months ago

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"News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good evening I'm Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the Coma 24 7 News Center. Powerful 12. Punch of rain and wind are expected to deliver some challenges for utility crews come. Oh, Suzanne phone checked in with several neighborhoods in the region to hear how they're doing all across western Washington. Wind and rain are moving in fast in Inter Basch operas like no are braving the elements in the rain. The steep angle right now in west Seattle, Jackie Crumpler is not letting the rain stop her from doing a good deed for her neighborhood feels good to help out. That's all you know. Clean. Make sure it's clean for everybody else in the rain, not dampening anyone Spirits Saturday in Lake Force people and pets getting some exercise. Others are out and about for some fresh air. Perhaps a cup of Joe Brother Chai lattes, but others scrambling to beat the clock knowing what mother Nature had in store wind. Ah lot of it. That's cool. Most Suzanne phone reporting We're in for some severe weather this weekend. Western Washington and Oregon are going to get hit with strong winds, Widespread rain and heavy mountain snow. Sustained winds around the Puget Sound or expected between 20 and 30 MPH this weekend with gusts up to 55. It's already snowing on both Snoqualmie and Stevens pass and traction tires are advised or required. Two people were killed in a horrible accident along Highway 702 and Eighth Avenue East near yelling this afternoon, the base sedan the victims were in, had a missing window and had several strips of clear tape instead..

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Seattle gets new COVID-19 testing kiosks

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00:20 sec | 4 months ago

Seattle gets new COVID-19 testing kiosks

"Testing kiosks have opened up in Seattle. One is in north Seattle. It lower Woodland Park, the other long, second Avenue and Republican near the Seattle Repertory Theater. Let me open Mondays through Saturdays from 8 A.m. to three PM Tests or free. There's a link to register for a tested any of the kiosks at Co Moh news dot com slash hot links. And now you're Comeau,

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07:53 min | 4 months ago

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"Is co Moh News three foundation. I just had a little extra issue. Foreign 2021 Presidents elect Joe Biden says, so strengthen America's relationship with foreign allies. But what can we expect from Biden's foreign policy specifically well? Biden has promised to rejoin the Paris climate agreement, which entails binding carbon emission reduction targets by North so says he'll rejoin the Iran nuclear accord. That ambition would appear to face obstacles in the form of rising Iranian nuclear proliferation. Outside of the deal's limits on China. Biden says he wants cooperation but also aims to establish more unified global constraint of China's aggressive foreign policy. Your thoughts on what we can expect from the 1st 120 days of a Biden foreign policy. Tom. I think Joe Biden could face an early in his presidency In the first months, real danger of a collapse in Afghanistan were down to 2500. American troops Tell a banner on the move everywhere. Their bombs and Kabul routinely, and I think the question would be. Is America prepared to take a defeat and Afghanistan or let that thing hope things go down the way side? God went down one Iran, Tom Iran does not want to bomb it doesn't want that low grade uranium or it wants total relief of those sanctions. Okay, Elena, What do you think we can expect? Well, I think pats to a apocalyptic about Afghanistan. I strongly doubt that those troops have come out, according to Trump's order. I think the military is slow walking that I think everybody is trying to hold their Craft and keep the lid on things until he leaves office on on Iran. I agree with path that Nuclear deal needs to be re entered. I think by next to be careful how he how he does that, But I think that will be accomplished. And I really like the fact that he has put climate change of the center of his fun policy. His name John Kerry is a special envoy with Cabinet level status. There's a recognition that the planet is in dire straits. And American leadership is really required. Frankly, if we're going to survive, and, uh the president really the president elect president his 1st 120 days, I think well, clearly get across to the world. That America is serious about climate change. You know, Eleanor on that point, How does John Kerry the Biden administration take these concerted actions that you know on on climate change, But in a way that that holds other nations verifiable action, you know, holds them to their word. And China is an example. There. Which makes grand pledges about being carbon neutral by 2060, but brings hundreds of dirty coal plants on each year. How does a Biden presidency say? Yes, this matters deeply. And yes, we're gonna make sacrifices. But you want to you put you put teeth into accords and you call people out. But I think your comments about China are a bit overstated. I don't think they're as lax is you as you said Because they recognize they will drown in their own pollution. If they don't get a handle on this, I also think it's tightly a lot aligned with economic policy and the Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen of the team that Biden is putting in place. They're all about workers and jobs, and there is opportunity in confronting climate change and to quit buying into the old. Rhetoric about Oh, you're gonna have to pay more for this and that you're gonna lose jobs. This is about creating new industries. And I think China understands that. And I think Biden does too. Okay, Sure. Michael, your thoughts I'm gonna say China, Tom and I say China because I'm primarily concerned. With with China and their focus on Chinese, A Gemini, which I originally start was more so a regional plan because of what I've been standing trying to see you've written about this. We've spoken about this before in the past. But it appears that it's pretty clear at this point that it's a global thing and one community. Look at that or make that assessment. I should say rather, by the way, the Chinese is utilizing their state owned bank and developing nations. And so I think for the incoming administration, there has to be an acute focus on China and competed against China and many of these developing countries. And also really taking more of an aggressive stance. I would argue with China as it pertains to some of their military developments in the South China Sea and other aspects of the world. All right, Clarence, your thoughts on the foreign policy 1st 120 days well, and everyone here is making good points. I would add that I think Joe Biden whatever time he has left after dealing with all these other crisis areas, we established ties with our NATO allies on reassure them. That the old gang is back in town. Now the old gang from the fuck of the Obama Biden era on reassure them that the United States is the partner. It has been since World War two the early days of NATO on that this is the Kind of reassurance that's needed right now, especially with the NATO countries, many of them having internal disputes of their own in regard to how much they want to stay in the European Union and issues like that, so he's gonna be a busy practice President. You know that there is an important point here, pat that President Trump Really did you know, come from a base of anger about the idea off wealthy European countries like Germany spending 1.3% of GDP on defense when the bass line is 2%, and so how does President Biden at managed to support his idea off strengthening that really that long standing and I would say, very important alliance, but in a way that reflects America's expectation that allies do their first share is that possible. Look this these NATO these go back 60 75 years United States, this country is not going to go to war with a nuclear power like Russia. Over Estonia Let the way me and Latvia which your former Republican zones of the Soviet Union, so I think what the United States or to do is quite frankly. Just tell him. Look, fellas, work it out with the Russians, your own defense. And you really think something the Russians went into a square, Stoney. The Spanish were declared war on Russia. Well, you gotta wake up. We're in a new world, Elena. You know, I would say the United States absolutely should go toe war if a Baltic member state is invaded, and that the Russians should understand that, But I also do take him. What the idea that President Trump was onto something when he said it has to be fair. And it hasn't been fair. And I fear that under Joe Biden will be a lot of happy talk, but the unfairness in terms of what some of these countries do will sustain. Look, we get a lot out of that Western alliance. It's not us giving everything to them. We get a huge benefit back and we get a huge benefit from the Europe. That has been peaceful for what 70 years when you look back at those destructive wars, so it's it's not a win lose situation. They don't pay enough and that irritated Obama and Clinton and probably Jimmy Carter. But You don't need to insult them about it..

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01:45 min | 4 months ago

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"Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 There are demands for answers after 23 year old Casey Goodson was shot to death by police outside his Ohio home last Friday. Maybe she's Lindsey Davis reports. His mother Tamela pain collapsed to the ground after learning the news. Now a newly released 911 call captures the confusion as to very different accounts unfold. My grandson just got shot in the back when he come in the house who shot him. I don't know the gunshots and I would get up and he's going in the door. Good since family says he was returning home from a dentist appointment, holding his keys and subway sandwiches in hand when he was gunned down by Jason Meat of Sheriff's deputy working with U. S marshals on a separate search of the time of the shooting, you got the screen door, okay? His keys in the door and deputy Jason Me fired shots at at Casey in case he fell into the house, where he lay in his kitchen. But according to police meet claims he saw Goodson, who had a license to carry a concealed weapon with a firearm. He was seeing driving down the street waving a gun recovered, recovered at the scene that I could tell you need a 17 year veteran then pursued Goodson and after reports of a verbal exchange, he shot him, according to police. Goodson's family vehemently denies this and says they did not see a gun at the time of the shooting. There is no police video of the incident because Franklin County Sheriff's task Force officers air not issued body cameras. Preliminary autopsy report released Wednesday determined the cause of Goodson's death to be homicide Now is federal authorities join the investigation? Ah, grieving mother wants justice for her dead son. My five year.

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Seattle taking applications from small businesses for next round of COVID-relief grants

Our Auto Expert

01:03 min | 4 months ago

Seattle taking applications from small businesses for next round of COVID-relief grants

"Small businesses have another chance to get some grants to keep their business is running. Come. Oh, Suzanne Phone has details. Restaurants bars fitness centers. Just some some of of the the businesses businesses hit hit hardest hardest in in the the latest latest round round of of code code 19 19 pandemic pandemic closures. closures. And And now now Washington Washington State State is is stepping stepping up, up, hoping hoping to to help help there's there's money money available. available. And And so so we're we're encouraging, encouraging, especially especially all of our businesses here in South King County. To apply and to apply early businesses like the Teacup Cafe in Des Moines. We have over tea smoothie and also some Vietnamese food sandwiches and soup. Like so many others, the small businesses had a tough time at the beginning of the pandemic. We close for about almost three months have been Tran hopes, working Washington Grant for as much as $20,000. And help him with rent and payroll. We really hold that we can get the grand so we can we can. We can maintain the business that's called Moses and fun. There are grant limits and requirements to see them. You could go to our website at Co Moh news dot com. The

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CDC calls for universal mask wearing as cases surge

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00:27 sec | 4 months ago

CDC calls for universal mask wearing as cases surge

"Peaked yet, along with big cities, rule towns now getting hit the hardest in Kansas. Chuck Welch, VP of Hutchinson Regional health system, says they're overwhelmed when we started planning months ago for worst case scenario. We're now living in health officials, warning that the weeks ahead will be critical and are urging Americans to wear masks and social distance. The CDC telling Americans 65 older to stay home altogether. Michelle France and ABC News Co. Moh news

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01:30 min | 5 months ago

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"Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Nation's top infectious disease expert, is warning of even more dire times ahead in the fight against the coronavirus what we expect, unfortunately as we go for the next couple of weeks into December That we might see a surge superimposed upon that surge that were already in on NBC's Meet The press, Dr Anthony Fauci admitted he's concerned about stress on healthcare systems and mentioned the possibility of restrictions being implemented on the local level. Fauci again stressed the need for the public to practice good health measures. But she also reminded folks that help is on the way with vaccines. President Trump has about 50 days left in office, and he continues to try and push forward his agenda. ABC is Mark Malard reports retired Admiral Bill McRaven on ABC this week, raising concerns about changes in the leadership of the Department of Defense in the final days of Trump's administration. Trump recently fired Defense Secretary Mark Esper, and there have been other departures from the Pentagon McRaven expressing reservations about their replacements. Maybe they're good folks, but they're in experience, and what they're trying to do, of course, is to push forward. President Trump's agenda, he says that primarily includes troop drawdowns in Iraq and Afghanistan, a process that he says shouldn't be hurried. We don't want to rush the failure. Marco Malard ABC News Despite the announcement that President Biden will be our president on January 20th. The country remains very divided. The political roundtable discusses the challenges ahead.

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KOMO

03:46 min | 5 months ago

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"Moh news coming up next time Frank Lindsay with a look at how the pandemic could permanently drive some nurses out of the health care field. First ABC News on Wall Street, the closing bell ushering in as historic marker President Trump earlier in the day, holding a last second briefing for a victory. Last stock markets just broken 30,000 never been broken. That number It's a sacred number. 30,000. Nobody thought that ever see it. That's the ninth time since the beginning of 2020. And it's the 48th time that we've broken records in during the Trump administration, but there are several factors giving a boost to investor confidence. President Trump appeared to take credit for the Dow passing 30,000 points of Eva investors, US equities head Susan Schmidt suggested other reasons. We've had a very strong third quarter earnings season. We've had positive news around development of vaccines, and we have clarity around the administration's transfer power markets rise and fall with every Administration President elect Joe Biden didn't mention it as he announced his Cabinet picks NBC's Andy Field. I'm Michelle Franzen, ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon. It's 1 31 I'm Taylor van sites with our top stories from the camo 24 7 News Center, the State Department of Health reports a three day total of more than 6200 new cases. Of covert 1936. More people died in that span of time. 331 more people have been hospitalized. Hospitals in the Portland area could soon be at capacity because of the ongoing rise and covert 19 cases. His come was Franklin's, he reports there's concern that there could be a lingering effect on the health care industry because of the pandemic. It's gotten so bad in Portland that some hospitals air considering putting beds in conference rooms and summer, adding overflow tents. We haven't seen that in Oregon or here in Washington since the beginning of the pandemic events like that, cause her now events like that cause mental illness. Ultimately, that's like that are not healthy. Linda Pond is president of the Oregon Nurses Association. What's gonna happen is no sister gonna leave the field? And there are already situations and hospitals were nurses are walking away from hospital bedside Nursing. Some believe the hospitals in the Portland area will be a capacity by December, 1st. Frank Lindsay Co. Moh news school district leaders across kits at county still hoping to reopen schools for in person learning after the first of the year. The update from Como's Carleen Johnson that your kids have school District announced Friday. They're still aiming for a phase return to in person classes beginning January. 11th North Kids have school district has also sketched out a tentative return to school buildings. January 11th. Starting with the youngest grades. First UNICEF, The International Child Welfare Agency, last week issued a dire warning of a generation lost to the long term effects on Children of remote learning. As the pandemic drags on. Henrietta Fore is UNICEF's executive director. Those schools not only threatened their education Being out of school can lead to poor health, mental and physical it covert case rates remain as high as they are today, though going back to classrooms likely would not happen. Kids that counties 14 day rate for new cases per 100,000. Is that 169 more than twice what the rate was just 2.5 weeks ago. Carleen Johnson come on use expect another briefing from Governor Jay Inslee on the Corona virus pandemic in Washington state today. The update will include healthcare providers discussing their experiences. We expect that press conference to begin around 2 30 or so and when it starts, you'll hear it live right here on camo news coming up. I'm Corwin Headache, New Jeopardy host announced, but he may be only a temporary fill in First at 1 34 come on traffic.

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02:28 min | 6 months ago

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"Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 The past few weeks we've been hearing about covert 19 outbreaks on college campuses across the country. Brian Calvert joins us with the latest theory as to why this is happening, and a prediction that it could get worse this week. Greek Row near the University of Washington main campus has been making headlines as of Wednesday. 212 members of fraternities and sororities have been infected with covert 19, a number that increased nearly 40/24 hours. Washington State University has been in the news as well this year, with its cases linked to student activities and gatherings before fall classes ever began. Man and the University of Oregon and Eugene is also seeing covert creep in, but they're having another problem down south, according to Jason Davis with Lane County Community Health, They're in here of sharing information. The new term for this covert shaming. One of two things is happening either those who test positive Are not revealing the names of others who could be in danger or those fearing that they've been infected. Just stay away from testing sites. All together, people are starting to be reticent or fearful about sharing contacts. About quote unquote outing someone, Um, and some people are even choosing not to ice later. Orange contact. Tracing is one of the biggest tools in the toolbox for local health departments, and when it's done thoroughly, an outbreak can be stopped. There's a new stigma about having covert that goes beyond giving someone a sideways look when they sneeze or cough in the grocery aisle, And we're seeing that fear not only within the student population but also within the community. Covert 19 is responsible for the deaths of over 2000 Washingtonians over 212,000. U. S citizens and over one million people around the world. It would be easy to surmise that most field catching cove It is nothing to be embarrassed about. And there should be no shame in doing anything and everything you can to stop it. Ryan Calvert camo news this week. Governor initially modify at Washington state's returned to education based youth and adult sports Corona virus guidelines comes Bill Swartz says. While that's a positive step, the ball will be in local counties courts to decide when to allow games since March Air in Red wine and Washington you soccer association had been working diligently on guidelines to get 93,000 kids back to practice and eventually play games..

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01:31 min | 10 months ago

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"News station Co Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 The FBI has been looking into violent agitators here in the Seattle area. During our recent protests, almost Cara cost in its reports on what federal authorities saw in this exclusive coma. Report. Thiss image of George Floor. It's last breath marks a moment in American history that has and will change our nation. Thie outrage here in Seattle began to spill over on May 30th when a peaceful demonstration was overcome by violence, looting and arson. FBI special agent in charge Raymond do that we immediately stood up a command post here toe work. Very closely with the Seattle police Department through our joint terrorism task force to see if we could identify those individuals who were bent on violence on hijacking the peaceful protest to commit acts of violence. That would be a potential violations of federal thie F B. I says this mayhem was created by a lot of locals and people. Who travelled from out of state to do all this harm. Were these folks well organized short answer. Yes, there was ah, fair amount of organisation that occurred. The FBI says all along. They've been watching closely to determine if he's violent acts are part of a larger organized movement. Arrest for this destruction have been made and more are expected. Theo FBI says threats of arson and more Top.

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02:26 min | 10 months ago

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"Moh news, Brian Harris with wide, local health officials say there's no one smoking gun to blame for the increase in Corona virus cases. From ABC News on Chuck's Iverson, Roger Stone greeting supporters outside his house this evening while wearing a face mask that says free Roger Stone. If the first word was meant as a verb, it is now an adjective. President. Trump on Friday commuted the prison sentence of his longtime friend and ally, Roger Stone. Stone was convicted last fall on charges of lying to Congress, tampering with witnesses and obstructing an investigation into Russia's election interference. He was scheduled to report to prison next Tuesday. At the White House Friday morning, The president repeated his belief Roger Stone was very unfairly treated. As many people. Aaron Travers, ABC NEWS Washington, an attorney for Stone, thanking the president, saying his client is incredibly honored. House intelligence Chair Adam Schiff says the commutation undermines the rule of law. States in the south and west facing extreme Corona virus challenges Texas now recording its deadliest weeks since the pandemic began. A bee sees Matt Gutman Atlanta dialing back to Phase one in Las Vegas, closing bars Texas setting records for deaths and hospitalizations with more than 10,000 covert patients. The governor they're saying they're running out of time. It hard hit Harris County, which includes Houston, officials, shutting down all testing sites due to the extreme heat. 89% of you beds in Arizona and now a global hot spot. Our full NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson says he's just a confused as anyone after testing negative for Corona virus twice after getting a positive test result. There's a lot of speculation there. I don't know those answers and believe me, I'm the most frustrating person out there. Peschel living in a world of facts that I do not have the facts drive me bananas, Johnson says he never had any symptoms was only tested after his wife got a positive test. Johnson sat out last Sunday's race in Indianapolis, which broke his streak of 663 consecutive starts. He's cleared to race this weekend. Tropical Storm Fay pounding the Northeast but moving north fast winds weaker at 45 miles an hour. You're listening to ABC news. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time. I'm so glad I'm taking this product. It really has done a lot. My skin on my legs was like leather. I kid you not really cleared out everything. My fin looks better..

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"Minutes. Here on CO Moh news. Come on news time. Four o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Jerry Aldinger. President Trump says Everyone wants the nation's schools to re open this fall from the parents to the teachers to the kids themselves, and he says he's going to make that happen. Several 1,000,000 parents set with their Children learning online, the spring something the president doesn't want to repeat in the fall. The computer will never replace the campus. They thought it would for a while, didn't but it didn't After about two weeks. We figured out that it's much better to have it the old fashioned way, Right? Virtually every school district struggling with how to safely bring back that old fashioned way and field. ABC NEWS Washington At least 21 states have either reversed or paws. They're reopening measures. Mississippi is the latest state to report an increase in coded cases. Health officer, Dr Thomas Dogs run runs over at least eight Mississippi lawmakers have tested positive after working for several weeks at the state Capitol, where social distancing wasn't observed, and masks weren't worn. One of the hardest hit states, Texas surpassed 10,000 new cases today in a single day for the first time. Stocks fell on worries that more restrictions may be reimposed out, plunging almost 400 points. No mask, no service of businesses in Washington. Still, people respect that some people don't care. Rupali Honda says It won't be easy to enforce that rule at the convenience store in Kent Washington, where she works. Ah firefighting helicopter crashes in Arizona Firefighting helicopter going down about 10 miles west of peace in Arizona while working on a fire in the Tanto National Forest. The FAA telling ABC News Only the pilot was on board. Why the chopper went down is unclear. Both the FAA and NTSB will investigate. ABC is Alex Stone Work crews in Richmond, Virginia, today removed a monument to Confederate General Jae Hee be Stuart. It's the third major statue in the city, which was taken down in less than a week. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed The camo afternoon news under partly cloudy skies and a forecast still calling for a chance of some rain. Tonight we have 66 in downtown.

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