26 Burst results for "Moses Lake"

Why Did Mitsubishi Furlough the SpaceJet?

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

04:37 min | 8 months ago

Why Did Mitsubishi Furlough the SpaceJet?

"Development of the Mitsubishi regional jet kicked off with great fanfare in two thousand, eight, the to family aircraft offered an environmentally friendly design and state of the Art Pratt and Whitney geared turbofan engines. It was also a milestone for Japan's aerospace industry, which has developed just one complete commercial aircraft since World War Two. The Y. S. eleven turboprop, which ceased production in nineteen, seventy four. Aircraft Lesser Titan Steven udvar-hazy told Mitsubishi at the time that if it could pull the program off, it could quote do what Toyota has done in cars and quote, first deliveries were targeted for two thousand thirteen, but that date came and went, and the program struggled with repeated delays. Recently rechristened the space jet, the program seemed to have stabilized, and then the covid nineteen crisis hit faced with its parent company's need to drastically cut expenses. Mitsubishi aircraft has suspended development of one of the to space. Joe Models halted test flights and wound down production. So. Can the program survive this setback? And how does it alter the already turbulent dynamics in the regional jet market? Joining me to try to make sense of all this are Bradley. Parrot, aviation weeks Beijing bureau chief who has followed the Mr J.. procreate spaceship program for many. And in Frankfurt, aviation weeks executive editor for Commercial Aviation Jens Flottau so, Brad, let's start with you. Would you fill us in on? What's going on with the space jet? Yes, there's a very apt metaphor we can use basically the programs being fellow D- Justice and employer over the past few months may have told her a worker to start working. Just go home, but bought consider him or herself sack. The the sorry Nyj I had space jet. Basic Development is basically being welcomed down to a very slow low level It's not being completely. Stop so far as I can tell and very little is happening for the moment for how long well we don't know, but just as an employee as being followed has not has not been set. The Emma J program has not been canceled. Sorry, spaceship program, forcet an Olympic explain exactly what what is flowing amounts to. The company has six prototypes which are being completed. There were four main tests light. Light, base, in Moses Lake in Washington that fleet was waiting for another aircraft, the sixth most recently built one, which is the one which is crucial cruise, one is the one that actually embodies the the standard of design which can be certified, and the aircraft was supposed to go was supposed to carry the main burden of the remaining flat testing that was a situation as about three months ago two months ago. what's happened now of course is that. Is that the mostly basis bay multiple? The small remaining there just to maintain the the prototypes. That's important. They're not being scrapped or anything like that to being maintained and that six prototype which has finally finished in March is still in Meghalaya, and that's where it's interesting for the moment. At the State of the program, most development is actually flight testing, and they're not doing The production will. Production is continuing for the eighth off seven speed finished. The eighth is, we'll be finished. But other production is being stopped. which will mean -Tory work. Flight testing work. What's left? The development engineering team, and that's going to be reduced to some extent, and that's basically what's going to be puttering along for the duration one lost. Important point is that. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries which is the majority owner of Mitsubishi. Aircraft decided in early May to go ahead with the purchase of Combodia CJ program, including factories that indicates love commitment to the program. Brats I'm I mean the the most intriguing part of the to be at least is the shelving of the M one hundred at the smaller. Version of the two, and as far as I can tell, they are going back to the Bronx drawing. Bolt for this program now that it has finally become a scope compliance the US. I'm just curious. Do you have any indications about what's that's relaunch might entail is becoming bigger is becoming smaller was a would at all. No simple answer is no. They probably don't themselves

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"moses lake" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:30 min | 8 months ago

"moses lake" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Believe me we are doing that what well I should say my wife is west of the Rockies you're on the air hi hi this is Dan from Moses lake yes Sir now what I just watched your show about twenty five minutes ago here I guess the radio station one out all I'm sorry to hear that but I had to comment on made about the cheaper copper yes Sir last week you had a collar that day he was mentioned about how like they have a long just station period and stuff like that remind me of an old movie I saw called gargoyles I saw gargoyles yeah I remember that in fact this has a relationship to a gargle no question about another question I want to ask is is there any kind of way that somebody that you know does not have access to the internet to get that picture well we will publish it in our newsletter I'm in a I'm I I don't know what else to do to reach massive numbers of people I don't know how else to do it we'll put it in the news letter okay how would somebody get that all right you've got a pencil I presume you call one eight hundred nine one seven four two seven eight okay all right I another thing watches question for the races that you have a couple nights back yes how did they react when they see a beautiful black women are beautiful Latina woman I know that when I see that my blood starts to flow back a woman is a woman is a woman there are beautiful women of every color and cuts I thank you for the call there are beautiful women all over the world and if you doubt that try watching the Miss Universe contest this is a non D. S. more I play football for the Philadelphia Eagles but what I do off the field with United Way might be more important I'm a volunteer tutor and mentor why because over million kids a year drop out of school and that's not OK it takes twelve years to create a graduate but it takes about the same time to create a drop them the difference between a child becoming one of the other could be me or it could be you studies show if we get to these kids earlier their chances are better and kids to read well by third grade are more likely to graduate to join me and United Way suit up and take the plates become a volunteer.

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"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:17 min | 10 months ago

"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

"More than two thousand Boeing employees will be back on the job as early as Monday couples Cole Miller says the company announced its restarting limited operations in Puget Sound and Moses lake after shut down related to corona virus concerns of covert nineteen much of the work at Boeing Washington state's largest employer has come to a halt and at least forty eight workers have tested positive for the virus at the company's every plant out twenty five hundred employees will head back to their jobs Monday specifically when it comes to defense programs in the Puget Sound like the P. eight Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft and the KC forty six massive played used for midair refueling and in Moses lake those supporting the storage of seven thirty seven Max airplanes will also return to work in in a a statement statement Boeing Boeing said said wellness wellness checks checks will will be be done done at at the the beginning beginning of of every every shift shift that that shift shift times times will will be be staggered staggered and and floor floor markings markings and and signage signage will will be be in in place place to to create create distance distance those returning will also be required to wear face masks or covering a union representing some of Boeing's workers says PP will be supplied while noting as important as these defense programs are the health and safety of employees is even more so in a statement S. P. E. A. local two thousand one said quote well we certainly hope all safety precautions are in place experience tells us lapses will occur this is human nature adding quote the lasting Boeing and its employees need at this difficult time is a covert nineteen crisis created by someone not wearing proper P. P. ease or not following distancing guidelines Boeing says its role in supporting the department of defense is a matter of national security and that this work is essential with more than seventy thousand employees here in the Puget Sound those who have been working at home and are still able to we'll continue to do that

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Seattle - Boeing to restart limited operations in Puget Sound, Moses Lake

News, Traffic and Weather

01:48 min | 10 months ago

Seattle - Boeing to restart limited operations in Puget Sound, Moses Lake

"More than two thousand Boeing employees will be back on the job as early as Monday couples Cole Miller says the company announced its restarting limited operations in Puget Sound and Moses lake after shut down related to corona virus concerns of covert nineteen much of the work at Boeing Washington state's largest employer has come to a halt and at least forty eight workers have tested positive for the virus at the company's every plant out twenty five hundred employees will head back to their jobs Monday specifically when it comes to defense programs in the Puget Sound like the P. eight Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft and the KC forty six massive played used for midair refueling and in Moses lake those supporting the storage of seven thirty seven Max airplanes will also return to work in in a a statement statement Boeing Boeing said said wellness wellness checks checks will will be be done done at at the the beginning beginning of of every every shift shift that that shift shift times times will will be be staggered staggered and and floor floor markings markings and and signage signage will will be be in in place place to to create create distance distance those returning will also be required to wear face masks or covering a union representing some of Boeing's workers says PP will be supplied while noting as important as these defense programs are the health and safety of employees is even more so in a statement S. P. E. A. local two thousand one said quote well we certainly hope all safety precautions are in place experience tells us lapses will occur this is human nature adding quote the lasting Boeing and its employees need at this difficult time is a covert nineteen crisis created by someone not wearing proper P. P. ease or not following distancing guidelines Boeing says its role in supporting the department of defense is a matter of national security and that this work is essential with more than seventy thousand employees here in the Puget Sound those who have been working at home and are still able to we'll continue to do that

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"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

"Cloudy and thirty one hope win clear thirty eight here in downtown Seattle skies are clear it's forty three homeowners time six oh six Boeing is extending the temporary shut down of its production operations here in Washington until further notice couples Karrakatta unit says it's actually a relief to workers who were concerned for their health and safety the company telling that this decision was made in light with folks is health and safety of course with the community in mind as well the shutdown will impact about thirty thousand production workers at plants across Puget Sound and Moses lake Boeing says about forty thousand of their workers in Washington we'll continue to work that includes folks who can work remotely and a number of employees to volunteer to do essential site and services work last week factory workers told a social distancing would be impossible for many jobs on the factory floor a lot of people ventured out to grocery stores over the weekend to stock up on supplies and many people covered their faces as the centers for disease control has recommended hello Suzanne Phan who went out to get a first hand look at these cues the north gate store employees getting a disposable mask for every shift they work we actually got our first shipment of surgical masks in cancer we are distributing them even as we speak to the associates here at discuss the many customers to your choosing to cover their face I'm just trying to do what's right everybody else I guess the centers for disease control now recommends everyone even those who feel healthy to wear some type of math over their mouth and nose when out in public the owner of west Seattle Thriftway says.

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"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 10 months ago

"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

"Boeing has decided to remain closed until further notice company officials say the decision to extend the temporary suspension of production was made out of concern for the health and safety of its workers due to the continuing spread of coronavirus the suspension involves all Puget Sound area and Moses lake sites volunteers who have been supporting the central site and services work should continue to report for their assigned ships

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"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 10 months ago

"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

"Boeing has decided to remain closed until further notice company officials say the decision to extend the temporary suspension of production was made out of concern for the health and safety of its workers due to the continuing spread of coronavirus the suspension involves all Puget Sound area and Moses lake sites volunteers who have been supporting the central site and services work should continue to report for their assigned ships

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Seattle - Boeing extends shutdown in Puget Sound and Moses Lake sites until further notice

First Light

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

Seattle - Boeing extends shutdown in Puget Sound and Moses Lake sites until further notice

"Boeing has decided to remain closed until further notice company officials say the decision to extend the temporary suspension of production was made out of concern for the health and safety of its workers due to the continuing spread of coronavirus the suspension involves all Puget Sound area and Moses lake sites volunteers who have been supporting the central site and services work should continue to report for their assigned ships

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Seattle - Boeing extends shutdown in Puget Sound and Moses Lake sites until further notice

First Light

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

Seattle - Boeing extends shutdown in Puget Sound and Moses Lake sites until further notice

"Boeing has decided to remain closed until further notice company officials say the decision to extend the temporary suspension of production was made out of concern for the health and safety of its workers due to the continuing spread of coronavirus the suspension involves all Puget Sound area and Moses lake sites volunteers who have been supporting the central site and services work should continue to report for their assigned ships

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Seattle - Boeing extends shutdown at Puget Sound and Moses Lake sites until further notice

First Light

00:26 sec | 10 months ago

Seattle - Boeing extends shutdown at Puget Sound and Moses Lake sites until further notice

"Boeing is extending it shut down in the Puget Sound area and in Moses lake until further notice company officials say the decision was made out of concern for the health and safety of the workers and the current assessment of the spread of covert nineteen in the state company officials say the decision was made out of concern for the health and safety of the workers and the current assessment of the spread of covert nineteen in the state during the suspension the company plans to implement additional measures at its facilities to protect employees

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Cyber Hackers Have a New Target: Our Schools

News, Traffic and Weather

02:53 min | 1 year ago

Cyber Hackers Have a New Target: Our Schools

"The knowledge shared to the personal data stored schools are a wealth of information they're trying to him all the time that personal information and an easy payday that as hackers finding new ways to break in I've seen three thousand attempts at trying to break into systems from the outside in a single night and it seems to be getting worse I do believe we're seeing a an increase in attacks April Martok is the cyber security and operations manager at Seattle public schools she says hackers see schools as soft target one is schools are generally not resource with a lot of cyber security staff and a lot of cyber security tools and systems to protect them another reason these criminal see dollar signs they can make money they can get paychecks redirected they can get paid for construction invoice they can get ransom it's been successful at many districts across the country ransomware attack is something leaders at the Moses lake school district in eastern Washington never saw coming why would a school district in Moses lake the interesting anybody in Russia that's exactly what happened we're counting on when they sent an email with a contaminated link a staff member clicked on that link leading ransomware in that encrypted their systems the district faced two choices pay the five point three million dollar ransom or rebuild they decided to start over very destructive we were you know will without technology in the network for quite some time when everything had to be rebuilt and I will tell you still to this day were we have some lingering effects of rebuilding even at Seattle public schools a large district with more resources and layers upon layers of protection hackers still tried to break in we have seen attacks would have had them to be successful in a very small number of machines but we we smash them format them and we continue on describes what's happening as an escalating the more the better cyber security experts get a protected in schools the better hackers get I do think there's going to be more and more intelligence in the attacks they're going to be able to customize it which means it's up to everyone to do their part to keep the hackers out Holly many now for como news last fall servers at the north shore school district were hit by a significant cyber attack we reached out to district leaders but were told they wouldn't be able to help with this story message posted on the district's website back in September read in part many systems remain non operational we anticipate that some systems may be unavailable for several days there is no evidence that student family or staff data has been

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"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

"The personal data stored schools are a wealth of information they're trying to him all the time that personal information and an easy payday that as hackers finding new ways to break in I've seen three thousand attempts at trying to break into systems from the outside in a single night and it seems to be getting worse I do believe we're seeing a an increase in attacks April Martok is the cyber security and operations manager at Seattle public schools she says hackers see schools as soft target one is schools are generally not resource with a lot of cyber security staff and a lot of cyber security tools and systems to protect them another reason these criminal see dollar signs they can make money they can get paychecks redirected they can get paid for construction invoice they can get ransom it's been successful at many districts across the country ransomware attack is something leaders at the Moses lake school district in eastern Washington never saw coming why would a school district in Moses lake the interesting anybody in Russia that's exactly what happened we're counting on when they sent an email with a contaminated link a staff member clicked on that link leading ransomware in that encrypted their systems the district faced two choices pay the five point three million dollar ransom or rebuild they decided to start over very destructive we were you know will without technology in the network for quite some time when everything had to be rebuilt and I will tell you still to this day were we have some lingering effects of rebuilding even at Seattle public schools a large district with more resources and layers upon layers of protection hackers still tried to break in we have seen attacks would have had them to be successful in a very small number.

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"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

"So much too much too soon bill offers districts twenty seven variations on the same basic curriculum Corwin hake komo news hackers are focusing their attention on a new target our a education system calls Holly Menino reports schools hold troves of private data and often lack the resources to keep hackers out not only that but hackers have had success in getting some schools to pay a ransom this past summer the small district of Moses lake in eastern Washington was the victim of a ransomware attack we're hearing from the superintendent of that district for the very first time and we were fortunate that we we a had a series of back ups in the our most confidential information which would be your student employee records are actually not housed on our servers in district Moses lake refuse to pay the five point three million dollar ransom and rebuilding stadholder you'll have a lot more on what our schools are doing to prevent attacks like this coming up tonight at eleven o'clock on como TV the Washington Senate is considering a way to bring solace to families that have lost a child come most manufactory explains the state Senate has passed legislation that would allow school districts to wish you a diploma for a student who has earned seventy five percent of the credits needed to graduate but dies after completing the eleventh grade senator Claire Wilson of Auburn is the bill's sponsor she says it's a simple way to recognize a student's academic achievements on behalf of a family suffering tragic loss Wilson ads for students fighting a terminal illness the promise of a diploma might provide comfort or at least something to focus on Senate bill sixty ninety two now heads for the house meta factor como news scientists from several different schools hospitals and labs are all working with the Seattle start up to develop what could be a vaccine for covert nineteen coronavirus the work is being done at H. D. T. bio where they're trying to create a synthetic virus that could be used to create a vaccine to.

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Seattle: Schools prove soft targets for hackers

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle: Schools prove soft targets for hackers

"In it's a problem all over the country including here in Washington last summer the Moses lake school district was hit with a ransomware attack when an employee clicked on a contaminated link and in the fall the north shore school district also suffered a significant cyber attack April Marduk is cyber security operations manager for Seattle public schools and says hackers see schools as soft targets basically a system that is not hard it's not staffed enough

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Boeing to inspect undelivered 737 Maxes for foreign object debris

CNBC's Fast Money

05:29 min | 1 year ago

Boeing to inspect undelivered 737 Maxes for foreign object debris

"Brian has to do with Seven three Mac Boeing announcing that it will start doing inspections on more than four hundred seven. Three seven maxes that have been filled but not yet delivered these taxes that are parked in Renton Moses Lake. A number of other areas out west Essentially what's going on? Is that inspections of some of these aircraft revealed that they found what's known as foreign object debris in some of those maxes and as a result. They said we're going to do inspections on every one of these. Max is to make sure that they also do not have foreign object debris the importance here is that five or foreign object debris. You don't want that floating around in a plane. It could be a screw. It could be. Nut was left in their by the team when they were building the plane. You don't want that floating around inside any aircraft that could cause a short circuit. Some other issues are with the wiring inside the plane so again. Boeing is going to be doing inspections on all of the seven three seven. Max is more than four hundred that are built not yet delivered the important question here. Brian that I asked Boeing. And they say emphatically. It does not change the company's projection for recertification and on grounding of the seven three seven. Max. They still expect that to happen by the middle of this year. Even with these inspections taking place. Okay Phil we're all kind of look at each other around the table here you're talking about four nine debris. I don't WanNa put you on the spot but is this stuff that just time and wear and tear may have resulted in or is there any kind of suspicion this as a manufacturing flaws? What are we potentially talking about here? Not Because of wear and tear this is more in the case of in the course of manufacturing and aircraft sometimes they will do inspections throughout the process. And if you go to the Boeing plants there are signs everywhere saying do not allow foreign object debris it's the same situation at Airbus and this is a case where they've been doing. Their routine inspections of the Max is that part They found foreign object debris in some of the aircraft that they inspected so being prudent and being safety conscious. Because you've got to be now more than ever with the Max. They're just going do inspections on all of these aircraft before they are delivered. Hey fell it's Tim. To the point how. How COMMON IS FOREIGN OBJECT DEBRIS? And if this was not Boeing and this was another airline manufacturer would this be? It wouldn't be news in case you found it inside an aircraft that's coming off assembly line I'm sure that occasionally they do come across for an object debris The concern here is that you want to find it before you deliver these aircraft and the fact that they are now going to be doing these inspections if word got out that they were doing. These inspections people would immediately say. Here's another issue. And what Boeing is doing here is saying look we found some foreign object debris we wanna make sure that all of these planes are one hundred percent clean when we finally start delivering them starting potentially by the middle of this year and then moving into the fall and early next year all right Philibeaux there. With the breaking news on Boeing field. Thank you very much. Tim Come back to you. I mean it was a good question. He asked me how common. It's kind of an odd story. Does it does it. Sort of muddle the Boeing story even further. Well done a great job reporting on Boeing. And there's a lot of different headlines some of them really are important from a news event perspective and the evolution of the story. But they're not necessarily going to affect the stock but it is very important the time line that you get back to production so if there's some sense that this could push it back even more it's absolutely material. It sounds like this is not material and and I do think that a lot of the headlines we've had with Boeing including the company going out of their way to say they're going to be extra thorough they don't know they don't know why the a lot of that is geared toward the regulators. They wanted to make a certain posture in the eyes of the FAA. So this news is very important. I don't think it changes anything in terms of the time on three sixty five is a level that if you recall when this entire thing started that's where it broke down to me and very quietly. He's up probably ten eleven percent since January low. Maybe people are saying you know we want to get ahead of this prior to re certification this summer in terms of getting along the stock but three thirty five or so where it is to me. It's a sort of muddled in the middle dead money. We bring up two or five year chart. Guy's a boy. I WanNa make a point. Is that if you look at Boeing and understand the last year's been dominated guy by the 737 Max but if you look back. Two years that chart stock for a year didn't do anything. It wasn't like Boeing was a big moneymaker for investors even prior to these that huge run up to I think it was the four forty level or so. I mean that was a monster move in terms of context with the broader market. And it's given obviously thirty five percent of it back or so but you're right over the course of the time you just outlined. It's basically flat. I think people are not taking into account the full story which is aerospace defense sector which I think is undervalued but until this gets sorted out which. I don't think we're anywhere close to think you leave it alone. I think that's the riskier I mean. They'VE MISSED EVERY NOT MISSED. But there's been multiple times where they said you know what this is going to come back and service in the spring in the summer in the fall and now everybody assuming it's GonNa come again. And those deadlines come and go and it may not be up to Boeing. The company is likely up to the regulators. And they're not going to let anything go so I would not have a lot of confidence. I don't have a lot of confidence in these timelines. Okay they're good stuff guys on

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"moses lake" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

Dots, Lines & Destinations

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"moses lake" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

"The hundreds now how of planes parked all over the country awaiting delivery wants the grounding lifted Might have additional work required or other special things involved such that the FAA has said. It's I don't say revoking but sort of suspending maybe ability to issue the operating rating certificate directly are licensed directly and so basically historically like decade delegated authority. said it if you can prove that meets all of these standards your people boga throw at checkout fine. Good saves US time and energy to whether it's politically motivated based on all congressional hearings and everything else and people saying Boeing Alternate shot or really problems or anything else. What it seems is happening now is that the EPA has decided not to let Boeing? Do that for this next the release of all the Produced but grounded lanes. So will that mean that an FAA licensor will have to come in Battery Son's staff out to do all of those final inspections before and also like somebody's just inspection that is working as opposed to then part of it is like did they store it right and put back outright outright and all those other things yeah yeah. It's it's interesting to me just because it does show like again. I'm not sure it's politically motivated are sort of based in the reality is what's needed. It shows that the EPA is stepping up a little bit. I think yeah I just you know the cost net and there's a now of a new cost in all of this right it's hopefully Boeing would pay for for the license. Fa out yeah. That's interesting point. I'm not sure how that works because like it's not one of the things like where you Boeing pays x dollars also able to licensed Cincinnati money. Move somewhere else. I don't think But would probably has the people on staff is. It's not GonNa go out and hire a bunch of times to license difference. I don't think hopefully not the census so you know it's funny though is I sort of temporary sorta raises an interesting question is Boeing has been hiring or trying to hire aggressively at Moses Lake Your eastern Washington which is where they're storing a lot of the planes in which is apparently where they intend to do a a lot of the On grounding were were all the stored so it'll take stored wants fun to Moses Lake Polish oppression of whatever and then license in there. Aaron deliver them. So there's trees what's going on so you've been trying to ramp up. Let me know really wants to live in Moses Lake so so no one wants to live there and not white many Rando Aircraft means nears. Who earned already working and are looking for like a part time GIG for a couple of months? Yeah well what are you doing. I am aircraft Graf engineer but lately I've been trying for lift just for the fun of it you know that's the thing is like that's such an intimate job. It's hard to see that there's too many people like looking around. I work in that role. Only be considered one of the shots made me because they're like you know. I like airplanes. I'm pretty technically inclined. I go to a trade school. Get Dr True. Yes yeah by me. Do you want to live in Moses Lake. Her six months that they're paying port. I wonder if they're going to the Airbus people like you know if this nice job up here in you know to lose How do you feel about eastern Washington? This is going to sound horrible but I bet that had more success with the guys for into lose the Votes in mobile. Let's that's true. That's true in terms of a culture shock. Yeah might be a little a little coach.

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"moses lake" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"moses lake" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Great deals he is the court is customer appreciation deal of the year and I have all their fresh greens and poinsettias in and so forth that's all coming in towards the end of next week in the role should be in place by next Saturday let's go next to Pasadena and we could use some more calls on four one no nine two two six six eighty one eight hundred nine two two six six eight good morning Ellen how are you I am very well very good thank you very much for giving me the point isn't needed in order to get the full on really established it's really up come up very nicely my question is it looks like next week maybe the final morning of the season because would you agree no I have a Moses lake is December fifteenth now it may be that would be the final one but I don't know what December's weather is going to be a lot of hurt is going to be warmer than normal so you may have to do one more moment okay all right now should be sure I'd be cutting it down to two inches at this point no because I think I've been keeping around three right now uses a new lawn yes cut it to two okay all right I'll make sure to heads up right there because that he do a credit to low and then now I'll hold I'm hoping that your lawn is level because if you credit to to and you got bumped the lawn somebody gets scalped down to almost nothing and that will kill it so with the island are really small because like new grass does not have the ability to come back the way the old grasses so if you have a setting that between two and three like two and a half I think I'd rather you do that all right off the check my more and see if I can yes two and a half yes and that would be good even for final coming I'd mention also in your situation yes okay I'll see if I can I get that done the situation is a brand new lawn yes from your seat yeah yeah yeah and like I said everything's nice and green advice it worked out very well we called one being this green this lush in a very long time so it was definitely worth it good good all right thank you and you have a good day you too bye one of them to the telephone number for a.

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"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

"Moses Lake at fifty three we've got clouds and fifty three here in Seattle. Komo news time now is seven thirty five off. You held fun all the Russia Friday and getting out of town on this road trip or you know, held back because you couldn't do it Thursday, like many if you plan on taking a ferry, it's still going to be a busy time and this morning is proof of that. We've had some troubles already we're hearing up at maybe Kingston, and also the Edmonds ferry, but the whole key to this is give yourself, plenty of time, because some weights are going to be very long still getting out of town this morning, primarily. We'll see those of Seattle Bremerton route. Edmonds Kingston is a classic especially coming back on Monday. I would expect Edmonds Kingston to be very busy. And you can see wait times an hour, two hours, sometimes even longer. Sterling was state ferries and says they no you can't always leave your car and walk on. But if he can he says, that's a way to get plenty of room and a guarantee you'll get. On the next boat. Sterling says the wait times are lot shorter. If you go late night or early morning as well. And of course, keep it right here. Komo News Radio where we'll keep an eye on the ferries here throughout today's especially here's Vinnie hit the road right now. It's going to be busy on Sunday. Also on Monday. And then there's others just holding off to maybe come back not till Tuesday. So good for you and being creative in your ways of travel, and with that we talk about gas prices. It will cost you to fill up average price for gallon of regular in Seattle. Now about three dollars and sixty four cents to call a drivers are getting a bit of a better deal at three sixty Spokane. The average is three twenty seven overall the state averages about three fifty four a gallon Friday, a monument went up, you all high school for army Lieutenant Leonardo candle candle, graduated nineteen thirty nine before fighting World War Two he's buried in the American cemetery and memorial even L France. Now, his son says he'll be remembered in his hometown. This last summer..

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Portland police warn protesters to leave guns at home ahead of planned far-right, antifa demonstrations

The Car Pro Show

04:43 min | 2 years ago

Portland police warn protesters to leave guns at home ahead of planned far-right, antifa demonstrations

"With Warren shore right now we're accident-free we do, have some delays. Though if you are, traveling on the north freeway going inbound, from, the, belly eight north to, downtown, gonna, be. Twenty minutes or, I've there's a four minute delay in the area. Of really starts getting slow as you approach cross timbers and if you are traveling on the west loop. Bright, as, you approach. To ninety direct connector. That's backed up to the Katy freeway I'm. Warren sure on the Gulf Coast. Windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center Drying richly on the Saturday but during the afternoon it'll be a fifty percent chance for showers. And thunderstorms developing. With a high hitting Ninety-one does, will, taper off into the evening the overnight low will drop. To seventy six partly cloudy and hotter tomorrow, the high ninety two maybe occasional afternoon thunderstorm and a few. Storms Monday with a high in the low nineties I'm meteorologist Jeff marr from the Weather. Channel rain yes. We actually are getting some rain, right now scattered showers popping up. Around, the area and. Not only that people. Have been reporting some waterspouts that are popping up I. Had read earlier a notice that we. Got from. The national weather service saying there. Is a possibility that there could be water, spouts inland in Harris County and that could turn into, a tornado haven't had anything like that happen but do be aware that there could be water spouts and people have seen them, today out on the lake eighty two right now, in, Galveston and the Woodland's it's eighty six you might be getting some rain insured. Orlando eighty ninety. Six at the KTAR h. top tax. Defenders twenty four hour weather Center it's eleven oh one, our top story the pastor. At the faith missionary Baptist church in Sunnyside says he got an, alarm about six thirty this morning race to. The church and was shot at by a fleeing. Burglar. The thief got away with the hard drive. Of the surveillance video the coast guard is at Moses Lake this morning trying to recover a man who went overboard. About eight thirty last night there were four guys in the boat the other three didn't see the forty year old man go into the water he was not, wearing a life jacket and a little. Footnote to that totally unrelated that, was Moses Lake is also where they saw waterspouts I had mentioned earlier the Texas Hurricane Center developing protocols for the speedy recovery of the public and private sectors. Following a hurricane. The centers Kumaraswami veep says they, wanna, find ways the city can get back to functioning a. Quickly if a disaster happens Using, new technologies to come to normal life after a disaster the university of Houston's civil and environmental engineering and industrial engineering departments are helping figure out how to repair infrastructure quickly to. Get back to a normal life k. t. r. h. news time. Eleven oh three President Trump traveling to Ohio today, for a rally on behalf of a Republican congressman candidate locked in a. Tight special election race we get more. From Fox News is a get out the vote endorsement event for Republican Troy. Balderstone vice President Mike Pence was in Ohio earlier this week the campaign for Balderstone. He's a state. Senator running for Ohio's twelfth congressional district is district it's been, an easy win for Republicans in the past Nazi came open when the Republican congressman resigned. His seat last, fall the special election is coming up this Tuesday police in Portland Oregon are bracing for demonstrations and. Counter pro protests spit That one out counter protests. At today's patriot prayer rally the far right group rallies have a history of violence including last. Year many threats have, been posted on Facebook and then again there could be a special transit accommodation for people attending a white supremacist unite the right rally in Washington DC that's going to be. Next weekend as police are figuring out the best way to prevent violence they're more from ABC's max Smith in Washington keeping white supremacists encounter. Protesters or other separated is key to DC police security plans and metro transit police may, isolate certain cars or. Even whole train people directly affiliated with the, rally that marks one. Year since the deadly protests in Charlottesville where, counter protester Heather higher. Was run down security plans still in flux on that. But we're going to be watching that situation. Closely afternoon Megan Markle. Is celebrating her birthday this year. As a Royal Meghan Markle, turning thirty seven today it's her first birthday as, a Full fledged member of the Royal family Astros one last. Night they're going to be playing the dodgers, again tonight seven o'clock on sports talk seven ninety news on demand at KTAR h. dot com we'll. Have another update at eleven thirty I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news weather and traffic station NewsRadio seven forty k. TR h.

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"moses lake" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"moses lake" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Students need to needs a. Heavy emphasis on math Matic's Reading and writing comprehension Communication okay in the forcing me really need is leadership skills because what's one AFC with young people now interacting, with others, interacting was let's say, a manager, at work you, know taking on. Responsibility seen young people now. They're dummies joining us they don't know how. To lead leadership communication so I'll take my, answer on the air but unless there are major changes and, like, I said before mathematics English, and writing comprehension communications also preferring young people once they graduate from high school leadership skills getting somebody. For the real world the problem with the education system is it's too flooded all of these courses -nificant a. Us, in real life well that's. The key to nNcholas he's got a, lot on the. Plate, but go ahead yeah there's a lot of good lot, of good points, and, and you know we're. We're the same age so we're We're, we're speaking about a, lot of, the similar things, I don't like. To blame young people for. What's happened to them you know it's you. Know it's not their fault about the world, that they were born into I I think that I want, to, look at the adults and, say what are we doing for for young people and and I was talking you know what I. Was talking when I was talking with my wife about coming on this show she was talking to one of. Her, friends she's a school administrator. And the school administrators said that kindergarteners, love to or. At, least used to love to go into school but by, the end by, third, grade they hate going. To school Yeah So basically the students you're seeing coming out of high school who don't know, anything you, know, I I would say that the schools are are no longer engaging them in a meaningful. Way they're looking for meeting on, cellphones their looking meaning for, friends and and so what what I want to do is try to make school interesting for young people figure out how to make it a rewarding. Experience and you know it's not just. Fun it's. Interesting it's inside something inside of you makes you want to, learn and I think good schools can do that and and teacher and good. Teachers good? Teachers, yeah good teachers, touching you, know making a connection with the student and saying how had to get the student to want to go to the forefront of human. Knowledge if they're interested in, baseball how can we harness start to get them interested in math if they're interested in? Sailboats how can we use that to get them interested in? Physics so that's what I want to. Say I'm wary of one. Size Fits all our or mandating courses I'm I'm for freedom I want communities to decide about how their best going to engage young people let's go. To David in Spokane Washington now west. Of the. Rockies good morning David go ahead sir yeah I'd like to, tell your gifts about a totally different perspective on on the on the subject. Matter because? I, went to a, school in, Moses Lake Washington that was just the opposite of the kind of school your son went to it was a very large it was. Only high school there was, no private schools and it was a very large school I think it was like a? Thousand students so all the students in the whole county went? There and the whole mentality was sort. Of a mass production mentality And it. Was a very personalized institutionalized. Feeling you know I've had. A years and years to, think about you know my high school. In my high school experiences and I can. Honestly say that they were the most miserable experience in my whole life was in when I was in high school Most of the students there he. Was I thought it was more or less now they think about it was more of a babysitting agency because. A lot of schools students were also really afraid, care, because I'm like what George was saying how they were so afraid yet, to kick students out we had just the opposite problem we had who loves and. Bullies and thugs just terrorize the rest of the students and know anything about it and I asked adults about it and they said well the reason why is because as long as the students are in school. They get money from the federal, government so they don't want. To, kick. Them out and so. They just keep all these problems students in..

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"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

"On hotlinks back to live twentyone emergency crews are on the scene of a car fire or the aftermath of that car fire on the floating bridge it still backing up traffic in the westbound lanes as you can see the state's new move over law applies to circumstances like this and troopers are warning about a new crackdown on drivers that don't give first responders enough room starting friday they'll be focused on catching people who put officers and others in danger all week the state patrol has been posted these examples of close calls state law requires drivers to slow down and change lanes to get emergency vehicles more space when they're stopped on the road another startling warning this is not attached to two per se driver was involved in a crash in wasn't buckled up the force of the crash left an imprint of the seat belts on the side of his body in this case the driver was fine but troopers say it's still a striking reminder that seat belts can most definitely save lives all right let's check back in i thought it would be muggy tonight but when i stepped outside it wasn't so bad nature's air conditioning is saying okay all right we're going to give you a break in the pacific northwest showed you some some numbers earlier i'll try to tell you what that was all about but in the meantime let's get started we'll get your your forecast for you for you tonight and tomorrow all right so these are the temperatures right now we're at the upper fifties to the low sixties so it's still very mild out there and again i know for many of you that's the temperature level where you're thinking oh my goodness i'm still not going to have a good night's sleep but we're headed in the right direction here's the headlines for tonight cooler air is definitely on the way as mary mentioned you can feel it out there we're going to be really dry in eastern washington and that was the concern in terms of those fires that we saw over near moses lake so dry over there and also a little dusty as well summer arrives tomorrow we'll see how all that's going to play out all right.

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"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

"The right thing the teenager apologize to the victims who were in court calling his actions careless a woman suffered severe burns saturday morning after gasoline fumes ignited win gas was being pumped into garbage canada cars back seat grant county sheriff's office says deputies later found the large amount of marijuana in the car's trunk the woman was taken a samaritan healthcare in moses lake the male driver who was pumping the gas ran away the woman was a passenger and was smoking a cigarette which apparently ignited the fumes a bystander took the woman to the hospital anybody with information is asked to contact grant county sheriff's office after heavy rains in skagit county washed out a section of pref del road and lime in a temporary access road should be opened soon komos christon g reports there are challenges for its use this isn't typically have gone life he uses his quad but his neighbours need help you see heavy rains washed away part of the road they all live on credit del road and it continues to lee road last week engineers inspected del road and determined exnazi safe but it's the only way in and out this week skagit county started building a temporary emergency access road to give large vehicles in and out of the neighborhood the county had to purchase any is meant and forty acres from propertyowners for roughly two hundred thousand dollars this is a rare emergency but we just felt that you know not having fire police protection and even getting people propane in the middle of winter is important to have emergency detour or access to these for these property whether propertyowners who actually get to use this temporary road however is still uncertain let's go almost kristen drew the erosion happened on a sanction of praise dole road that the city of lyman maintains but the residents affected by the closure live in the county than that's why the county's working on the temporary road in the city on a permanent fix this a meeting next wednesday night in lima to discuss the road repairs mexico appears to have escaped major destruction following a seven point two magnitude earthquake but thirteen people were killed when a helicopter crashed carrying officials assessing the damage univision anchor high may mendez from our sister station was in mexico when the quake hit sweet work much lighter birth barbara one in.

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"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

"The victims who were in court calling his actions careless a woman suffered severe burns saturday morning after gasoline fumes ignited win gas was being pumped into a garbage can in a cars back seat grant county sheriff's office says deputies later found the large amount of mayor wanna in the car's trunk the woman was taken a samaritan healthcare in moses lake the male driver who was pumping the gas ran away the woman was a passenger and was smoking a cigarette which apparently ignited the fumes a bystander took the woman to the hospital anybody with information is asked to contact grant county sheriff's office after heavy rains in skagit county washed out a section of pref del road enlighman a temporary access road should be opened soon komos christian jew reports there are challenges for its use this isn't typically how john my ski uses his quad but his neighbours need help you see heavy rains washed away part of the road they all live on credit del road and it continues to hit the road last week engineers inspected del road indetermined it's not safe but it's the only way in and out this week skagit county started building a temporary emergency access road to get large vehicles in and out of the neighborhood the county had to purchase any is meant and forty acres from propertyowners for roughly two hundred thousand dollars a rare emergency but we just felt that you know not having fire and police protection and even getting people propane in the middle of winter is important to have an emergency detour or access to these for these property whether propertyowners will actually get to use this temporary road however is still uncertain let's go almost christian drew the erosion happened on a sanction of praise bill road that the city of liming maintains but the residents affected by the closure live in the county and that's why the county's working on the temporary road in the city on a permanent fix there's a meeting next wednesday night in line and to discuss the road.

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"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

"Lanes of westbound i90 at milepost one on nine as his near ellensburg still closed due to a multi vehicle collisions and spinouts state patrol with initial reports estimate about sixteen vehicles in three semis involved in a multi vehicle collision around milepost eighty eight this puts them about three miles east of clay yellen there's report of only one minor injury state patrol saying they expect delays on us route ninety seven this runs from let him were to clear elham over blew past or state route ten which runs between ellensburg unclear alum these are the popular detours right now and it's very crowded and with that a woman suffered severe burns this morning after gasoline fumes ignited when gas was being pumped into a garbage can in the cars back seat grant county sheriff's office vest getting this one deputies later found a large amount of marijuana in the car's trunk the woman was taken a samaritan healthcare in moses lake the male driver was pumping the gas he ran away the woman who was a passenger was smoking a cigarette which apparently ignited the fumes sheriff's office investigating saying that a bystander took the woman to a hospital you're asking anybody with information to contact the grant county sheriff's office another brush fire broke out of the seattle homeless encampment this happened under the intersection of i five and i ninety five officials working on getting us more information here it komal on the 'cause this area has been several similar fires ever a location in recent months and investigation was state patrol after a body founded i5 in seattle overnight as happened just after three in the southbound lanes there near santa cook strait investigation shut down several lanes are for about three our we have calls to the state patrol waiting for updates no idea on the body the husky men's basketball team going in the wrong direction at the worst time of the season more now from commals bill schwartz washington wilz in the second half falling to utah seventy fifty eight the huskies now in the throes of a threegame losing streak their longest of the season you'd have leading scores noah dickerson and jail and noel were held to only three and nine points respectively noel asked if he's hitting the socalled freshman wall though absolving totality of a a.

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"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

"The forecast with seth wayne we'll start things africa rosalie cloudy conditions as we forecast through much of the days ahead in fact today will increase the cloud cover but on wednesday the chance of rain starts to roll in a series of disturbances will keep days plenty soggy with higher snow levels up at about five thousand feet through the weekend i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center he's the cascades its chilly morning twenty four degrees in moses lake right now ellensburg of twenty nine here on the west side shelton 36 arlington only twenty nine degrees and it's thirty eight degrees and cloudy in seattle komo news time seven thirty six for the first time we're hearing from a woman who escaped the house that exploded into flames had snobbish county last week she spoke with komos cara kostenevich i woke up said as sounded the alarm ashley campbell was the only person sleeping inside her now burned up so he held after an intense explosion her fiance had just left for work thirty minutes before the blast four days later offense now surrounds the house as an investigators tried to determine what kind of feel pro kaine or natural gas started the fastmoving blaze and i heard neighbours screaming outside i went to the front door and saw the lie ever ablaze and one of my neighbours calling from say get people out of the house ashley didn't hear the explosion that saw the snow milk in flames and new she needed to get out i saw that the debris had covered the front sairs and so i went out the back the 32yearold escape to safety and watch your home transforming the charred rubble from the curbside miraculously hurtubise step children or not home when the blast rocked the neighborhood our youngest that had actually pen right above the boss and that's terrifying the couple grateful every one is safe despite losing every possession deo the important things are here and every day in ever had to say because it could have been a lot different an ashley tells me that sooner fiancee do have insurance that will not only cover the.

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"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"moses lake" Discussed on KOMO

"A high of eighty and then the bottom falls out go to fall instantly highs near sixty five cloud that a period of rain tomorrow scattered showers in sun breaks with a high of only sixty two saturday sixty and clouds with a chance of showers on sunday right now eastern washington weighs in with some sunshine over its spokane it's 62 moses lake sunday at sixty five out to bellingham 65 and sunny our friday in olympia 63 sunshine and currently boeing fields sunny and sixty six what a mess budget airline ryanair has cancelled another eighteen thousand flights deepening concerns over the mismanagement of pilot vacation schedules more food be sees tom rivers in london now the civil aviation authority here is checking out what's going on wall passengers like william turner are getting fed up he says he's had five flights canceled recently as the shared that makes things difficult slow what you need to just one of the big things of them in encasing the irish airline europe's biggest by passengers carried says 34 routes will be suspended from november to march affecting some four hundred thousand customers who've already book club it's tom rivers abc news london but a big shifted away american see the relationship between climate change and severity of hurricane more than half of americans 55 percent believe the severity of recent hurricanes is most likely the result of global climate change that's the results of abc news washington post poll taken last week a minority of forty one percent believes the hurricanes or simply severe weather events which happened from time to time this is a complete turnaround from september two thousand five when only twenty five percent of those surveyed linked to severe hurricanes the climate change but the shift in views as partisan still today only twenty three percent of republicans see a link to climate change scott goldberg abc news my teacher said that we should have a plan in case of an emergency do we have one first thing i'm gonna do is grab a flashlight with dead batteries i'm going to start randomly throwing clothes in a bag you two will be hiding in the closet and dad won't be able to find and that's when we both start crying uncontrollably can you pass the cutlets.

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