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"mount baker" Discussed on Real Food Real People
"Was your family growing up. Yes i think. I was twelve years old when we first had a store which was a refrigerator and me on to melt cases selling people that was the beginning of the store. Yes just old school l. school on milk. Or what did you also. That's all we did. I was milk. I mean when we had our first hundred dollars day. It was an incredible achievement. So talk about. What was the farm at that time. The farm at that time was eighty cows. Eighty cows malkin in a flat barn. Yeah and then Then we put up a bigger barn at four hundred cows and at about that time things were kind of what south the market to. It was a difficult deal and paying. The bills was very difficult. And i remember a lot a lot of stress. Yeah for sure. Yes and How old were you. At that time. I was a little bit older. Fourteen fifteen in their enough to remember that. Like one of the big turnarounds was when the canadian market really took off with cross-border shoppers. So people coming down to buy the milk and whatever else. Gangs your dairy. Yes was about the age. I was too. I remember when we went through some really brutal times on my family's farm and that's formative you know in in watching how in experiencing that's because it's right when you're kind of just old enough to start grasping like don't know what's gonna happen next and can we. Will we be able to pay our bills and stuff like that and watching. How your parents handle the stress. You know yes. And that's probably the biggest thing is is the change in the business is the things that you don't really see that are going to happen And they start happening. Where not only does your parents have to be good at what they did which my dad was a great cow person But then you have to become a good business person and you have to be a marketer and and with melk it save very difficult item to sell because it's got shelf life that's not very long so you see it's not like you can freeze it and keep it sell it so it's a lot of stress involved all the way across now a lot of the milk that's produced here in. The state goes to dairy goal. The cooperative there's some other cooperatives they're very few of these independent dairies. That are selling their even though they're getting to be more of them around here. Was there anybody else doing that at that time. And what did that take. It's one thing to be derry. Gold and the emphasis is and all that they take the milk in they get it ready they bottle. Whatever you you didn't have any of that starting out right. No we didn't. We just had a very small plant. I remember the route. We had a purple type van with refrigeration unit on top. And i remember driving that during the summer and we had this little route that went through bellingham. You know out towards mount baker back again and and also took that van to seattle once a week and fill it up with product to sell in the store and the thing would be just squatted down. And i'd be with my grandfather. And i wasn't old enough to drive then or anything but he. He just pastime time. He taught me to listen to the mariners. I think you're still listening to the mariners. It's tougher here. That never been into as much myself..
Police investigating apparent homicide in Seattle's Mt. Baker neighborhood
"Homicide. Over night A man was found dead in East Portal Viewpoint Park in the Mount Baker neighborhood. It appears he was shot. A woman found the man in the park this morning and called police. Police are asking if you have any information on that to call them as well. The 63 year old
"mount baker" Discussed on KOMO
"Of unemployed workers felt in 9.8 The state is a whole 6% jobless drop in June. Starting Friday, a stretch of Lake Washington Boulevard will be reserved for runners, bike riders and walkers between Seward Park and Mount Baker Beach drivers will need to find another route. It's part of the city's Keep Moving Streets Pilot program, which is encouraging social distancing by opening up roads to recreation. This will be in effect through at least September, the eighth What's the latest on the repairs for the West Seattle Bridge? Well, we should find out today the West Bridge task force taking part in a virtual meeting at this hour. The bridge has been shut down since late March because of extensive cracking. Last week, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan signed a civil emergency proclamation She's requesting state and federal assistance to help stabilize the bridge. Now we know there's no traffic on the West Seattle Bridge. But what about elsewhere? Let's check in with Marina. No, We certainly do have a couple of things to talk about eastbound on 90. Now we have an issue just past the Mount Baker Tunnel. So the east and the right lane is blocked with a stalled vehicle s a little bit of a slowdown and then in rent and the issue there is the ram from north and 1672 South bound for 05 is blocked by an overturned semi. The tow trucks are trying to get out of there. And that's why it's solid traffic from 1/80 40 1st up to that exit to South bound for 05 so You're not gonna able to exit South found you could take Talbot, which is Highway 5 15 That's probably a pretty good alternative for the West Valley Highway if you need to get up into the occult or Renton areas. It's like a traffic brought to you by target. Zero. Extra enforcement patrols are honor our roads so everyone can arrive safely. It's a fine line between the best ride ever and the last right ever more. It's a fine line dot com You're next. Come on Traffic at.
"mount baker" Discussed on KOMO
"Hill in the mount Baker stations due to track maintenance that'll wrap up around three o'clock this afternoon our next como traffic at eight forty four that brings us to the call more eco roof forecasted here's meteorologist Kristen Clarke mixture of sun and clouds today across Puget Sound most backyards will stay dry the exception being the foothills of the higher elevations of the Olympics and the cascade mountains I could see showers and even a few thunderstorms double up with the daytime heating and some of those thundershowers may drift on over into the south sound by the end of today Shelton Olympia Tacoma can't let a passing shower later on this afternoon what does develop quickly dissipates tonight most areas stay dry Tuesday we track the next bit of rain Wednesday to Thursday from a cold front that brings temperatures down to the fifties on Thursday and a couple other center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clarke was fifty five degrees in downtown Seattle right now komo news time eight thirty six of covert nineteen relief fund for undocumented residents of Washington has raised more than one point eight million dollars individuals can apply for up to a thousand dollars from the fund according to the Everett Herald undocumented families are desperate for more help jazzman Luna with an immigrants rights group says before the pandemic they would typically get a handful of calls for help every week we have received since like the past two weeks or four hundred calls many of the industry's shot her during the pandemic employ undocumented workers like hotels and restaurants but laid off workers are not eligible for federal stimulus checks and most other forms of government assistance because.
"mount baker" Discussed on KOMO
"Its energy and focus on up into British Columbia here the next couple of days but it's getting closer and it's going to be making us as it passes us by tomorrow so this is very much our next weather maker for Tuesday we're going to increase our cloud cover quite a bit tomorrow and the close you live to the BC border or toward the Washington coast line that's where you're gonna get brush will be a better chance for rain for you say in forks in Bellingham the what we're going to see in Tacoma or back in a few hours we can see that's true looking at the future cast will track the next weather maker as it approaches and here we are at five thirty in the morning tomorrow still looking nice and dry for the Tuesday morning commute you can see the rain lurking off shore that we put things into motion here stopping at the noon hour and it is starting to rain around the push looking pretty cloudy through the strait of Juan de Fuca and a few sprinkles there around the sand once in back in to Bellingham then as we head into tomorrow night widely scattered showers mainly the beaches but just a few sprinkles here and there around Puget Sound as we head into our Tuesday evening in the meantime overnight tonight mainly cloudy still holding off on the raid and we should for the most part stay pretty dry tomorrow in the center P. just sound mainly cloudy skies low fifties tomorrow so a little bit warmer than it was today but notice that again closer to the B. C. border and back toward the ocean beach is that for the models are picking up a chance for a little bit of rain tomorrow that's the better chance of rain we're talking about for your Tuesday eastern Washington partly to mostly cloudy starting to look and feel more like spring low forties for the ones who students and in the police and back into the low fifties in wine country and again the farther north you are better chance for showers that holds true in the cascades to we're going to see an inch or two of fresh snow for the skiers around mount Baker tomorrow but after that we talked about a warming trend temps in the mid to the upper fifties around here by Thursday and Friday so boy we're gonna have spring fever for the end of the week only to have the rug pulled out from under us on Saturday morning there's the weekend final day of February it looks when breezy sunny looks nice it looks like we recover really quickly on Sunday thank you sure all right so anybody out there suffering from allergies I know a lot of us here are the dry weather sending pollen levels skyrocketing experts are expecting another surge by Friday hopefully Saturday will be all washed away but as temperatures into the sixties only happening allergy season.
"mount baker" Discussed on KOMO
"More information or to buy yours today these dot com three forty four let's find out how the drive is looking here's marine over there come a traffic well we have it looks like or how to initiate westbound I. ninety looks like it just got cleared it was approaching the mount Baker tunnel so that's been cleared out of the way but we do have slow traffic from the east high rise east bound I ninety is really struggling between I five and the east end of the mount Baker told that's from an earlier problem so I know any kind of tough right now not terrible but it is tough five twenty although you have your told still wide open both directions southbound I. five really struggling from Lake City way into Seattle southbound four oh five crowded in Bellevue from five twenty to new castle north Attleboro five is slow from one six seven up to state route nine hundred north on I five that's a tough one for the Boeing free when it continues to be slow all the way up to state route five to nine and merry's bell south on I five the solid from highway eighteen into five and it's really struggling now southbound one six seven one your way into a few wallet is you come out of the looks like just south of twenty fourth your next come much traffic at three fifty four this update to sponsor by up work when you need in demand talent on demand up work as the world's largest network of independent professionals designers developers data scientists you name it when you need in demand talent on demand work is health and your Kamel eco roof forecast now cloudy tonight the chance of a little light rain moving through here and there mostly cloudy tomorrow upper forties and then the real big rain and breeze and storms stuff comes back on Thursday.
"mount baker" Discussed on KOMO
"Summer mind from your winter approach she really operating completely differently in the winter compared to the summer and choosing train that's appropriate for the conditions hundreds of avalanche training courses are offered locally each year in fact the avalanche danger so high right now mount Baker ski area is closed today the mount Baker highway also six forty let's check your drive here in Jordan has another truck traffic updates the one blocking problem right now we're still working with the crash into a coma and this is going to be partially blocking the northbound I. five offramp two seven oh five in north and I five with the busy drive right now three city center north and I five is also busy if you're traveling into and through the nice quality area we'll see back up north five as you're approaching highway eighteen staying with you all the way into sea tac and the Seattle drive is now split between Alberta and Seneca and eastbound five twelve crowds between meridian and one six seven that's where north at one six seven takes over and it's going to stay in the slow much at the drive toward Willis street at this point we're also looking busy from a hundred and eighty at two four oh five north bound for all five is working the brake pedal from that valley freeway to northeast forty fourth if you're coming in from Snohomish county will that drive from ever to Seattle it is already jumped up to an hour and five minutes going from Lynn went above you that is the thirty seven minute commute to and it looks like we're between five seventy five and six fifty right now on the toll lane our next couple traffic at six twenty four well the rain for the next several days it looks like the rain could be pretty steady for today with highs relatively warm in the mid fifties tonight more rain in forty nine.
"mount baker" Discussed on Outside Podcast
"I'm no rookie in the mountains. I've devoted my life and career the ski snowboard and outdoor industries. I started off my career by selling gray market snowboards Japanese distributors during the first big boom Iran a snowboard shop in Jackson hole back in the early T.. Gr Era when they first opened the gates and side country access became a legitimate thing thing my soon to be wife and I moved to Bellingham so I could be part of the snowboarders journal. I gradually became part of the community at Mount Baker Teaching for the mountains avalanche center racing like local in the legendary bank slalom and making lifelong friendships. On shocks and arm and Table Mountain. I fell so in love with the powder highway before it was a trademark. I told the muddy stories of the RV parking lots of Pacific northwest ski areas. I Rode Shotgun with was the night groomers at Mount Baker and a white out and I spent a winner embedded with the Mount Baker ski patrol following the hard charging crew uncontrolled routes and partying parting with them in their a frame. I woke before dawn. Eight morning eggs in the employee lodge and then watch them make up explosive hand charges the US to set it off controlled slides before opening. I watched them ski. Cut in the morning and sweep the mountain at night. I saw them respond to emergencies. Like EMT's fat skis. I slept on their couches and I drank their beer after that experience. I've always had a ton of respect for the ski patrol but to be honest I never thought I need to call on one of their kind for personal evacuation from the Bunny Hill but here they were checking my knees and asking me. If I'd heard heard anything pop no I replied hopefully turns out my l.. CL's took a beating. But they didn't need surgery so I was able to walk. Walk off the hill and salvage some pride. Just in case of collapse patroller stood by my side and led me down downslope another Red Cross coat. hefting my skis and leading my daughter to the base area. I was hobbling along at a good clip so we got a little separated from flora when I looked back I saw tears streaming down her face below her little pink eagles. She wore a look of fear. I've only only seen twice before once when she slid under the bathwater and didn't know how to breathe in once when slipped down a flight of stairs with her in my arms protecting her like a football at the goal line in my own pain. I forgot to explain how it all works. When you get hurt on the hill? She thought they were taking me away. Most things in snowboarding our second nature for me with her. I sometimes forget that everything is new and needs a translation. Things like why you clap your boots before clicking in what's know cats do at night or why we might need to boot pack a mile through the woods. The best rescuers walk back from their best runs told her she has a lot of questions. And that's good because one answer time I realized that all those years all those trips and and all those friendships have taught me so much about the mountains in the mountain community. There is welcome.
"mount baker" Discussed on KOMO
"Casino dot com it's been raining all morning on the north for the coast but just so for that system has not really moved very far inland eventually it will but this afternoon we expect rain here in the Seattle area high of forty five degrees and the range of it'll be hard to turn it off after that rain overnight tonight and tomorrow tomorrow night at the steady rain and windy conditions up in the mountains the winter storm warning starting at six o'clock tonight before it's over heavy snow made up of three feet of white powder on mount Baker and six inches possible on stormy packs still just cloudy here in downtown Seattle it's forty three right now stay connected stay informed Carmel news powered by triple a roadside assistance it's a forty seven right now it's time to check the top stories here on the cold morning news I break Herschel to war with manta factor in Franklin's he's at the other steps right now the U. S. house is debating the articles of impeachment against president trump after two months of investigating some more than eighty hours of hearings and sixteen witnesses historic vote now just hours away responsibility for the again a zero to put it mildly president trump consensus lashing out in this evening six page letter to the house speaker flatly denying the charges against him and firing back on founded allegations against Democrats calling the impeachment process outlined by the constitution and legal partisan.
"mount baker" Discussed on KOMO
"More done he was only about two December fifteenth limitations apply driving up the time nine twenty four it's Kieran Jordan checking in no we don't have any blocking problems being reported on the highway still seeing a very heavy drive though northbound one six seven from a hundred eighty at the four oh five and that's because north bound for five is bumper to bumper from the valley freeway to about sunset and then we'll start to lighten up just a little bit as you proceed to forty fourth after that you're going to break free but then another round of delays from coal creek to I ninety sell them for five that's going to have a heavy drive from state route five to seven all the way through Kirkland plenty brake lights are waiting for you on west on I ninety as you're traveling across Mercer island and then staying busy toward at the mount Baker tunnel right now our travel time bell B. the Seattle thirty six minutes on westbound I. ninety it's twenty two minutes on west bound five twenty north and I five is heavy for mid Boeing field to Seneca South an I. five was slow down from eighty fifth for the convention center and if you're in North ever police are investigating a suspicious packages we have the area right around Pacific and Colby closed in so you want to give yourself a wide berth around there is going to be caught up in this congestion this traffic report sponsored by dispatch health when you're sick every minute counts go to dispatch health dot com were high quality medical care comes to you visit dispatch health dot com to learn about medical professionals that make house calls dispatch health covered by most insurance our next call much traffic at nine thirty four rain today with a high near fifty if you're gonna get me outdoor activity done you better do it quickly because that rain is on the way right now around the sound guys you had up north we're gonna have Arlington with mostly cloudy skies forty three down at Olympia light rain in.
"mount baker" Discussed on KOMO
"To maintain a smooth transition Greg Herschel komo news for fifteen quite a few challenges and slow drive times this afternoon here's marina rocking chair with our triple a traffic we have a collision on westbound I. ninety at the mount Baker told to the east end of the mount Baker tunnel blocking HOV lane so that's why it's all traffic from mid span on I ninety on the bridge westbound five twenty is pretty tough to from bell B. away across the bridge southbound I. five a solid bumper to bumper traffic from north east eighty fifth through downtown Seattle north on I five is tough to from Alberta past I ninety see slowdowns in the dorms Kerr south on I five to two hundred both directions of four oh five in the Renton area between Renton and saw center struggling to southbound one six seven quite heavy from four oh five through can't down to two seventy seven it's a tough one south on I five as well from highway eighteen bumper to bumper traffic through five down to the port of Tacoma road we finally cleared at the crash that was blocking foreign lane the accident or online on southbound I. five exit one twenty three but it's still stop and go traffic from highway five twelve you're not so much traffic at four twenty four we're continuing to see drizzle around the entire state actually right now the specially west of the cascades temperatures will drop into the forties tonight back around fifty tomorrow with afternoon sunshine we do expect some drizzle for the morning commute we have fifty in downtown Seattle stay connected stay informed Seattle's only twenty four hour news station como news sitting or news this afternoon Jeremy greater Emerick found size with a Lisa Jaffe a woman who claims Jeffrey abstain raped her as a fifteen year old is.
"mount baker" Discussed on KOMO
"Nine best city in the nation for singles according to Wall it up Atlanta by far Denver finished a somewhat distant second with San Francisco San Diego and Portland rounding out the top five the worst city for singles pearl city Hawaii manta factor komo news as you know this area we live among volcanoes mount Baker glacier peak come to mind seismologist with the US Geological Survey say those sleeping giants need to be monitored more thoroughly so that communities living in the danger songs which have enough time to evacuate when the volcanoes wake up again it has been a long while since mount Baker blew its top thirty thousand five hundred years ago produced corruption of about five times the size of mounting held nineteen eighty so they can be quite explosive lead seismologist Seth Moran says lahars from Baker and glacier peak out the potential to reach several miles in the volcanoes and said floodwaters even further in the case of Baker concrete is the first gadget county community in danger for glacier peak it's rock port USGS ranks glacier peak among the country's highest threat volcanoes but the only monitoring is done by a single seismometer they hope to install for more seismometers soon but Moran tales como they need more than that to effectively track the tiny quakes that would signal an impending eruption living in a place this dynamic doesn't mean you shouldn't live there it does mean that you should understand the hazards what can happen with the frequency to expect that with and what you can do to prepare Carlene Johnson komo news into another first for the Yakima valley and hops it's providing to brewers around the country couples Brian Kelberg sharing that some of these tops are now being enjoyed globally when we reveal what they've accomplished in yeah come up you're bound to raise a beer mug however some of you who know a little bit more about Hobson beer may end up.
"mount baker" Discussed on KOMO
"Enjoy beautiful views of mount Baker and glacier peak but officials with the U. S. Geological Survey are raising concerns about the lack of seismic monitors for the threat of a possible eruption the U. S. Geological Survey ranks mount Baker and glacier peak is the fourteenth and fifteenth highest risk volcanoes in the entire country south Maranda lean seismologist at U. S. G. S. in a Portland speech Swisher pickup in Washington which is perhaps not very well known split second most expose the volcano in the cascades next nothing Helen's Maranta schedule really Herald the twenty station network of monitors they had today at mount Saint Helens is seen as the gold standard for high risk volcanoes but they don't have the resources outfit all cascade volcanoes at that level and there are right now just two of those monitors at mount Baker one on glacier peak hello how are from out Baker could topple the Baker river dams making its way all the way to look Connor USGS has applied for permits to install for monitoring stations a glacier peak and plans next summer to look for the best monitoring sites at mount Baker Charlie Johnson come on news suicides among U. S. military veterans have been a growing concern over the last several years now the department of Veterans Affairs believes video games can help them reconnect in a positive way and Microsoft is playing a big role Alex Andreyev is a contributor for the Washington post's gaming in E. sports section launcher she spoke with couples bill o'neil Alex held at the VA come to this conclusion and how does all this work really what you said five have been kind of a growing concern for the US department of Veterans Affairs and actually through this long standing partnership that the VA has with Microsoft actually sort of how this project came to the forefront and something that the VA is doing now is it's launching this new therapeutic kind of gaming practice where veterans specifically disabled veterans are going to be able to play video games together using the Microsoft Xbox one adaptive controllers as you said this is a Microsoft controller how did they come to be involved in all of this Microsoft talking about why he was present at one of these meetings in early September at the VA Medical Center in Washington DC and he actually I have a child who is disabled and from that you sort of have a personal interest in seeing how accessibility in video games can you know do you tend to become more comfortable for different I guess the community is and with that comes the partnership with the US department of Veterans Affairs but you know they've had this longstanding partnership for a long time you know and then but with the adoptive controllers this is something of theirs the idea of inclusive design is something that Microsoft with stock yeah kind of at the forefront has really taken a hold of an old couple of years of course the VA does have to get the word out to veterans is that been a challenge for them I think a lot of it Fred by word of mouth you know it sort of talking to some of these that gamers the veteran gamers they're already pretty involved in the community in the gaming community a lot of them play like the action RPGs which is role playing game or you know first person shooter games seem to be pretty popular so a lot of them already kind of connect and communicate online with your gamertag but I think you know where's the VA sort of heading there's been sort of creating the official sessions where individuals can go in and and play in person with each other next to each other I think that'll be something that is sort of a new a new twist on video gaming you know them as something that used to be individuals can just kind of set in their rooms and play by themselves but now it's becoming something that we're trying to socialize individuals a little bit more so you know I think getting the word out there people are talking amongst themselves saying like Hey this is a cool thing they're doing so and and still have yet to be seen health effects one impact Florida because this is a program that's just starting but I think the very pretty excited about it thirty something that was pretty popular.
"mount baker" Discussed on KOMO
"A thousand Seattle city light customers call molester tells us that the signals at eighty S. and Aurora are out no word when the lights will be back on and if you need to get to Seattle from the east side tonight keep in mind I ninety will not be an option the state department of transportation crews will be performing maintenance on the mount Baker tunnel at all westbound lanes of I. ninety will be closed between Mercer island in Seattle from ten tonight until five tomorrow morning remember the king county council has called off her protest over former U. S. senator al Franken's appearance tonight at the paramount theater Jeanne Kohl Welles says she's satisfied with the Seattle theater groups decision to offer refunds to anyone who no longer wants to attend the show this week she called for the show to be canceled after a new groping allegations surfaced against the former senator appears county couple did something a little different to celebrate their anniversary this year goals Brian Calvert is here to tell us they're hoping to inspire you to do something similar John and Donna met as freshmen at western Washington university. like a nice guy but I I am you know I didn't really know we just kept talking so in fandom he called me that weekend yes my phone number call me in my dorm. and things progressed from there so you know we got to be good friends real quickly and sell my very fast in the movies done something special each year when their anniversary rolls around. adults sometimes we've we've purchased something for each other just sort of random things then things changed we decided last year for a fiftieth anniversary. I don't we kill instead of four or five. you know we don't need to buy herself anything we surely don't need any extra things here the young friend that needed financial help so they wrote this friend to check it felt good it felt right so for anniversary number fifty one they wanted to continue this new tradition. entries Kerr elementary and middle school for thirty years the person island couple begin thinking about all their local schools. I wonder if there are students who need help with families who need help at this point it so we contacted the. Thurston school district and he told us about their compassion fun we decided you know this would be a good move maybe we can help lighten the burden from some of these family for their fifty first wedding anniversary John and Donna made a donation to help pay off student lunch dept within the school district they didn't do it to get on the news we were even questioning whether he can publicize this but we have evidence fire somebody else to do something. that's what life is all about as far as we're concerned and we always kind of feel like if we can make somebody smile every day that's really an important thing for us to make somebody's life a little bit easier Brian Kelberg commodious great couple happy anniversary smile this morning so sweet good job six thirty nine right now just a minute away from a coal sports update. two miracles exist. have you seen West Virginia the phone. callers exploding everywhere you look. driving a country road.
Komo, Patrick Quinn and Mary discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Last night. Pearl Jam hit the stage for the first of its to sold out home shows it's the band's first concerts in their hometowns since two thousand thirteen komo's Patrick Quinn has more after standing in line for hours even. Days for some fame slowly started trickling in to see Pearl Jam rattle the. Walls Safeco field, is really excited Bush. Should we have been able to camp out. Like some of the other. People will be farther back over super happy to be here I counter for. The home crowd and the homeless for down the road. In Burien Step inside the brand new Mary's place emergency shelter with two, hundred nineteen six and this is that those home shows can do literally bring more people Hong bring them out. Of their cars out of those tents up off the. Sidewalk and give them a safe place to be and get them into their forever going. To concert organizers Mary's place. Is one of the thirty to forty non benefiting from the concert
U.S. Gov't misses Tuesday deadline for immigrant family reunification
"News hi everybody it is tuesday morning we're plowing through the workweek slowly but surely right and we start to plow through the cloud cover today as well we had a touch of it last night with those passing showers but now we're punching holes in it chimps eventually back into the fifties this morning and then warming into the seventies this afternoon with partial afternoon clearing we continue to crank up the mercury little by little this week back to about eighty on wednesday mid eighties as it gets warmer still for thursday good for water skiing in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell twenty four seven news continues now on komo news the two men accused of murder in the deaths of two people in snohomish county appeared in court for the first time yesterday last sunday a man's body was found near blue still park in arlington he'd been beaten and shot several times two days later another man was found beaten shot and stabbed to death near an abandoned building in mukilteo paper show detectives believed the two are related the judge denied bail a man was arrested saturday accused in the february shooting death of a sixteen year old boy in south seattle the shooting happened in the south park neighborhood of seattle the twentysevenyearold now being held onto million dollars bail the government admits it will not be able to meet today's court ordered deadline to reunite immigrant families komo's lamonica peters is at the northwest detention center in tacoma says still dozens of parents are hoping to see their children soon so the governments had plenty of notice that they need to take action to prepare the families to be reunified the northwest immigrant rights project says two hundred people were brought to washington state after being detained at the border but their children were sent to other states under trump's zero tolerance immigration policy arrived at the border with first certificates with passports with the identification that proves that in fact they are the mother of the child and the government confiscate those documents the white house now says it needs more time to administer dna tests on the children before they return to their parents we've met several women in tacoma who wanted to give up on their claims because they could not bear being separated from their children they said deport as just give me my child back into coma lamonica peter's komo news to climbers are safe after rescuers reached them and bring them to safety on mount baker develop him herald says the search team from naval air station would be island rescued the injured climbers near the ten thousand seven hundred and eighty one foot peak sunday afternoon starting in two thousand nineteen seattle city light customers will be paying higher rates the city council approved a utility rate increase yesterday city light says it has to increase rates by thirty percent over the next six years to cover expenses even after the mayor ordered the utility to scale back its a regional spending plan council member theresa moscato says the plan includes a rate structure overhaul i think is a great opportunity for us to look at greater flexibility particularly in the first year to make adjustments to the revenue path following their analysis and give us the option of considering a new rate design in two thousand nineteen means the typical customers bill will.
Mount Everest, Mount Hood and Obama discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"And komonews dot com stories we're keeping an eye on which is at the editor's desk assisted by eric heintz tom hutler president trump's chief economic adviser brushing up concerns over escalating trade disputes for the host of us allies as nothing but a family quarrel larry cudlow director of the national economic council telling reporters today he remains optimistic about the outcomes of negotiations with canada europe and mexico in spite of recent escalations president trump says it's a total double standard that comedian samantha b wasn't fired for using vulgar term to describe his daughter and top white house adviser ivanka trump the incident came shortly after abc cancelled the roseanne show after the comedian compared a former obama aide who was african american to an ape trump wants once again caught on tape bragging about sexual assault komo news time ten fifteen and the everest cancer climb it's not the first man to climb the world's tallest mountain he is the first to do it in the name of fred hutchinson komo's brian calvert sat down with a local man who just got back from nepal the climbing bug bit long ago for luke timmerman who went out with friends for fun mount baker mount rainier mount hood it wasn't until twenty thirteen that we got around to our first really big ambitious climb which was denali after that luke says mount everest would come up in conversation but he just wasn't ready he wanted to have a reason a good reason i've been writing about cancer developments for the last fifteen years last summer when i realized that i was actually in position to climb everest but i wanted to connect it to a cause on may twenty first luke timmermann became the first to summit everest as part of the fred hutch is climbed to fight cancer after unfurling his fred hutch flag he paused and remember what he felt most after summoning relief try to savor the moment we happen to summit on a beautiful day so it was sunny and you could see for probably one hundred miles the two month trek had it's less than glorious moments he says thoughts of family and his goal for.
How China and the US Are Spawning a New Great Power Naval Rivalry
"A nuclear powered aircraft carrier mission's off africa or anywhere around the world because otherwise why would you go to the trouble putting a nuclear power plant on a ship if you didn't want that huge advantage anyway the second chinese carriers have see china is not a naval power at this moment compared to other regional powers in the south china sea they are however compared to the us navy they are not but find me in ten years will be definitely having a different discussion so the chinese now with a second aircraft carrier not yet operational but starting at sea tests today undoubtedly it'll be under close observation by by local navy's when we come back what did the egg heads theorize dropping a actual atomic bomb in japan would actually be in may of nineteen fortyfive only three months away from doing it they were still having meetings i'll read you some of the minutes the meeting from may tenth nineteen forty five here in just a minute so dark secret place brian suits back in the second kfi am six forty more stimulating talk michael should pay with the news a free trial conferences set for wednesday in downtown la connected with bill nye lawsuit against the walt disney company the popular science guy host claims burbank based studio improperly held on the millions of dollars in profits related to his tv show eruption of the killer way of volcano in the pacific ring of fire in hawaii has experts looking a little closer at volcanic peaks here on the west coast that are also part of the geologically active region the west coast is home to a chain of thirteen volcanoes from washington's mount baker to lassen peak here in california nasa planning to send a tiny autonomous helicopter tomorrow on its next rover mission to the red planet the space agency announced yesterday the helicopter will be carried aboard the mars twenty twenty rover we'll check out the forecast and the drive on the freeways nex ms rpm invoice list price dealer price toby knapp here if your car shopping you've probably heard these terms but what do they mean it's so confusing it was confusing not.
Washington, Edward R Murrow and Michelle Franzen discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"Hot tub at a florida motel turns deadly for vacationing indiana woman cbs's peter king reports the women's hospital treatment may have been limited because of issues with her lack of health insurance richard martin says his wife carol may have contracted the disease while vacationing in florida back in february during different to happen was carol gotten hot tub but none of us got in it she thought it was a pimple he says his wife had three doctors visits before going to an emergency room they took her in may said we're going to go ahead and test it and then the doctor come russian roommates and listen we gotta take her to surgery now art and says he thinks doctors were reluctant to do more earlier because she didn't have medical insurance peter king cbs news the lava baby still losing on hawaii's big island but officials say most of the island is welcoming tourists dramatic scenes of spewing rock from the killer way of volcano and lava flowing from fishers have triggered hundreds of evacuations on hawaii's big island but just in communities below the summit the rest of the island is open for business george spaghetti is head of the hawaii tourism authority he says the island welcomes visitors but he also says safety and awareness are key if you plan to check out the lava flows to make sure that visser's respect the residents out there and don't go on those areas why they restore their life michelle franzen abc news eruption of the killilea volcano raising concerns for volcanoes on the west coast that's home to thirteen volcanoes they extend from washington's mount baker to california's lassen peak it includes mount saint heavens in washington it's a huge one with a nineteen eighty eruption that killed dozens of people instead volcanic ash across the country one place breaking news recorded in the highest esteem among its peers get the news about through edward r murrow award the.
"mount baker" Discussed on KOMO
"To be on the wet side so the areas in green that's your rain the areas in yellows and oranges there that's heavier rain and you'll notice right here down here hoquiam in the base of the olympic mountains a lot of rain there so we're concerned a little bit about some flooding on the scope commish river but for everybody else well it's just going to be rain on again off again mostly into the afternoon of tomorrow and we'll start to see some improvement especially on sunday but it's gonna take a while for all this to work its way out of here we'll do this right here if you take a look here you can see that most of our temperatures are going to be somewhere in the low fifties maybe getting to about forty nine degrees if it's cooling up so you get the idea we're going to be in the fifty s range and we're going to have some of this rain hanging around and the wind of course that's also part of it my goodness okay so friday harbor goes to fifty three fifty two in mount vernon for you folks to the south and along the coast about fifty for the highs also and be mindful of the potential for some flooding over there in grays harbor here's what's happening elsewhere in eastern washington we're looking at high temperatures in the upper fifties up around spokane and much more palatable i should say it'd be somewhere in the sixties mid sixties maybe a little sunshine and it'll be a lot drier than it will be in western washington and of course up in the mountain passes we've been talking about that remember the south pass i e white pass that's where you're gonna find more snow than you will up around mount baker breezy and soghi tonight tomorrow we've got pretty much the same same stop with high temperatures right in the low fifties here's the seven day outlook so you can see how that's playing out and for the most part yeah we're going to go to temperatures in the mid to upper fifty s we start seeing some sunshine next week so yeah we'll work our way out of it but it's not gonna happen over the weekend all right they haven't steve home dna tests for one of the.
"mount baker" Discussed on KOMO
"In grays harbor county corwin haeck komo news a snowboarders still missing on mount baker search team say the man disappeared in the back country area when avalanche danger was high more than 50 inches of snow have fallen in that area since friday and more heavy snow is expected for the next couple of days set of 34 our komo aaa traffic now we do that every ten minutes for him and here's marina heavy northbound 405 out of in and says side pretty solid up to newcastle we do have a problem on one six seven in the renton area a pretty serious accident northbound at make that 169 prather that's maple valley highway north out at one fifty four there is a serious accident so we have stopandgo traffic from one forty night this is affecting southbound 169 as well at one fifty four it so heads up there in parkland westbound 512 at highway seven pacific avenue there was a crash it just cleared out of the way but we have stop and go traffic from portland avenue northbound i5 is slow getting into downtown seattle because at dearborn there's that disabled dump truck in the right centre lane so that stop and go traffic from midboeing field this'll effects coming off of the west seattle bridge so eastbound has now solid from thirty fifth over to i5 northbound 509 really struggling out of high lined up to the first avenue south bridge and rough again from the industrial desert northbound ninety nine to the stadiums southbound 405 trying to recover from an earlier crash near one night he fed so that solid from one for from i5 and southbound i five slow from lynnwood to shoreline next look at traffic 744 and marina rockinger komo news and to chef wayne in the komo forecast shutter pretty powerful system really in a western washington today and that is what going contribute to the cloudy skies the rain rain heavy at times terms in the mid to upper 40s we're going for the upper 40s tomorrow was well as it's going to be arraigned wet we're talking one system after another after another you kind kinda get the picture hedge january after all and things are looking what into the weekend i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center so heavy rain is moving across kits f county this morning really the raining in the.
"mount baker" Discussed on KOMO
"Of the rain heavy at times this morning pushing those scattered showers by the evening commute and quite snowy up across the state's use caution has another chewed at six matches of snow fall across stevenson snoqualmie fasces i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center getting pretty steady rain advocates up and insulin this morning especially on the eastside kirkland redmond places like soaked it's wet in seattle forty eight degrees all the snow in the mountains it's a big day for skiers crystal is opening the resort says three lifts will start running at nine o'clock this morning the mountain got sixteen inches of snow and just the last couple of days tomorrow mount baker plans to open and steven's pass is now targeting friday that's couples kelly koopman moves whether there is the throat of limbs lives karakasevic has more from porto in 2015 washington department of natural resources received four point nine million dollars to put resources towards learning more about slide prone areas after this week's rain in the d in ours shell and flood hazard maps pinpointed different areas around jefferson county for elevated landslide risk there's a variety of of bluff area geological soil shows that make landslides were possible here but jefferson county emergency management director lin stir been points out even though the poor towns and in other nearby communities populated on the hazard map there's never been any dangerous slides here but officials want neighbors to be educated if a slide does care costs in its komo news komo news time five thirty seven accord hearing for two elderly brothers charged with possession of child pornography was postponed yesterday uh uh thomas and edwin ameri an update from komo's carleen johnson on charges ameri the oldest brother who turned 83 last month was diagnosed with neuro cognitive disorder and pedophilia he was found incompetent.
"mount baker" Discussed on KOMO
"The cloud in seattle met markevic komo news it's eight forty four our komo aaa traffic update back to marina rockinger we got slow down south on i 5 out of lynnwood through mountlake terrace sanda as you head north of north eight into downtown seattle southbound 405 struggles rumbling would it down to one sixty it find a rolling sleight of tolder lake into kirkland westbound 520 those brake lights began a right as you approach the bridgedeck and then it's going to be tough across the water over the mont like westbound i90 that heavy across mercer island through the mount baker tunnel northbound 405 struck through renton from the valley freeway all the way up to the newcastle neighborhood northbound 167 that's a slow go from 180 it's up to 405 northbound i5 still pretty heavy from two 72nd up to one eighty eight in southcenter from some earlier problems we're seeing stop and go from midboeing field into downtown seattle southbound highway ninety nine that's still going be roughage you had passed the green like area and into seattle we are seeing slowdowns northbound one six seven coming out of puyallup out to offer in the lake stevens area 20th street at ninety first it that areas closed still for a crash investigation your next look at traffic at eight fifty four marina rockinger komo news time to believe that it is going to be love day after how the fog burns off sunshine a high near sixty one clear tonight lows in the mid40s for tomorrow right on through the weekend sunshine and low to mid 60s right now in downtown seattle foggy fifty two twenty minutes of nonstop news continues on komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven and komonewscomfire it's eight forty six the come on morning news taylor van cise is at.