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"narrow bridge" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Disability advocates and others to use interpreters during the briefings. The White House declined to comment. Wednesday's time. 5 51 Traffic in transit for your commute. Here's Greg Rise, Laurie, We go back to Brooklyn. A westbound side of the beach you were getting down towards the area of Hamilton Avenue is a broken down sprinter van. Not now, Theo, right? Landis is making a mess of things A ll the way on back to the Kosciuszko Bridge, the inbound side of a wanted Well, that's an issue to getting up towards the area of the prospect Expressway. We've been looking at this accident on the inbound. Go on us. And that has the left lane knocked out. This involves an empty a bus. You finally have an ambulance on scene. Also have a mess all the way back to the belt Parkway merge. We can give you better news and that'll be on Staten Island. Westbound Staten Island Expressway Over at Victory Boulevard H. O V Lane reopened earlier crash towed out of there, but still so slow either way and roots in the area eastbound from the West Shore westbound. From right off of the Verizon. Oh Narrows Bridge, New Jersey style Final Western Spur. After 15 W broken down truck has the middle Lane knocked out. It's a crawl from at least the area off Route three. South Bend. Eastern's Parade is far from perfect, but it's a least a little bit better in down. George is fine. The West Side's getting a little worse for the South Bandy and the only Happy way home right now, Lincoln about 10 minutes in Outbound Lincoln, 45 from the 11th Avenue closer to 30. Elsewhere, Holland 40 minutes outbound from all available options traffic sponsored by a rematch when you're ready to buy a home, whether it's your 1st 2nd next or forever home, you need a remax agent. ReMax agents have the skills, the tools and the knowledge to guide you every step.
NHL’s Seattle team unveils ‘Kraken’ name along with logo, jersey design
"We are proud to give you the Seattle cracking. I'm Heidi Devil. And I'm, the vice president of marketing for the Seattle crackin. It's now my honor to take you through the inspiration for this new and exciting brand. Seattle is a city built by the sea. In our PJ's sound is notorious for its deep waters. As a child growing up here. I was always really proud of that. My grandmother from Ballard and my grandfather from Linden would entertain my siblings and cousins and I with tales of sea voyages and beasts in the deep As I got older, I learned that the largest octopus on planet Earth lives right here in our waters. about galloping Gertie and the legend of the King Octopus under Tacoma Narrows Bridge. And I can't help but think that these magnificent and highly intelligent creatures could only be descended from one thing. See the truth is hockey's always been here, sleeping giant ready to be awoken. And this city deserves a hockey club untamed as the sea herself. And when we heard the rallying cry ing of the fans and we heard the undeniable passion they had for this name. We knew it was the one We are the Seattle crackin. Our logo was built in close partnership with Adidas. To honor Our city. Our beast. And the incredible game of hockey. Wearing the shape of the s, like our champion predecessors. Seattle metropolitans. Our team will take the ice and play each in every game like it's the Stanley Cup final. Like our city. Our logo is carved from the sea. Two shades of blue converged to form a bevel ing that honors our maritime history. Stealthy tentacle and a fierce eyes symbolise the mighty crackin and the tenacity. Our players will bring toe every moment on the ice. Perhaps the most intriguing part is what you don't see. This is a brand that will grow with it city the crack in the mysterious beast and will continue to reveal itself over time. There you have it. The Seattle crackin, which apparently the team had not or the NHL. Seattle officials did not care for it first has actually been named. The team name. They've got a logo that is an SM will soon find out what the uniforms look like. Of course, we'll have to wait for you to get those on visuals. But it's an exciting day. NHL Seattle now announcing the name of the team as a Seattle crackin
Seattle - Authorities searching for missing Lewis-McChord soldier
"Is a JBLM are looking for a missing soldier last seen on Wednesday the soldier identified as twenty four year old specialist hunter Bruner failed to report for duty at joint base Lewis McChord earlier this week his car was found in a lot near the Tacoma narrows bridge burner is a white male with blue eyes and light brown here is six two two hundred pounds if you know his whereabouts you are asked to contact the U. S. army criminal investigation division
Amsterdam considers banning tourists from cannabis cafes
"Amsterdam is a great city to visit and not just because it tolerates pot smoking by the cannabis cafes are a major draw and some locals are complaining they say there are too many tourists and it's affecting their quality of life so the city is considering banning tourists from coffee shops that also sell cannabis the city is already put new measures in place to cut down on tourist traffic in Amsterdam's famous red light district group tours are now prohibited after ten PM and they cannot dawdle on narrow bridges and other tight
"narrow bridge" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Four eleven Verrazano now has two sies was supposed to be at least on the sign now at ninety second St near fort Hamilton parkway bay ridge Brooklyn near the entrance ramp to the Verrazano narrows bridge around which crews from MTA bridges and tunnels still have eighteen more science replace to put up the correct spelling now of Giovanni the Verrazano he said the name right the first known European explorers cell into New York harbor night fifteen fourteen fifteen twenty four now I can't say the year right send this story all night long story about the name of the bridge and I can't see it right but either way signs around the patriots have always spill the man's name with the singles the soul MTA bridges and tunnels will gradually replace the signs following normal maintenance schedules to avoid running up costs six people were taken to the hospital in Hoboken yesterday afternoon police say two vehicles crashed at the intersection of Clinton and third streets causing one of the vehicles many S. U. V. jumped a curb hit a metal pole then hit two women who were pushing to strollers the poll did and the two year old and a two month old boy and girl in the strollers referral to the ground well police say all four of them that women and toddlers had relatively minor scrapes and bruises and Hoboken cops say the two drivers were not seriously banged up either no arrests store charges at this point it's for twelve you look amazing what's the secret the sleep number three sixty smart he chooses the comfort on his side to sign we feel great can help keep you sleep senses.
"narrow bridge" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Obstruction of Congress but late today we've learned the house may not be through with Mr trump the house judiciary committee's keeping open the possibility of additional charges as it pressed a federal appeals court to order testimony from former White House counsel done again the committee is investigating potential obstruction of justice by president trump during special counsel Robert Muller is Russia investigation the justice department has asked the appeals court to dismiss the request saying it's less urgent now since the house has already moved ahead with articles of impeachment even without the testimony of the former White House lawyer arguments are scheduled to be heard early next month Jackie Quinn Washington get a Twitter short time ago the president noted the all time closing high for the stock market today writing quote what a great time for the radical left do nothing Democrats to impeach your favorite president especially since he has not done anything wrong besides blasting the Democrats over impeachment the president has taken aim at the conservative magazine Christianity Today a publication founded by the late Reverend Billy Graham magazine published a blistering editorial sharply critical of the president calling him a grossly immoral character Mr trump says no other president has done more than he for the evangelical Christian community the very audience that Christianity Today is designed to serve completed in nineteen sixty four more than forty two hundred feet long the majestic Verrazano narrows bridge between Brooklyn and Staten Island stands two hundred twenty eight feet above high tide it mid span it's also become something of a magnet for people who want to take their own lives so today the MTA is installing a hundred feet of safety fencing along both levels of the V. easy at the Staten Island acreage and made of stainless steel and planned for completion within just a few days by new year's eve they'll evaluate the prototype barriers to see how they withstand the wind on what is the longest suspension bridge in North America the news of the fencing comes just days after a thirty four year old man jumped to his death the third person to commit suicide in the Verrazano bridge this month alone with news time eight oh wait and I your health within ten wins medical reporter Dr Brian McDonough when we think of exercise we focus in aerobics and strength both great things but don't forget balance here is a suggestion do a short warmup of walking in place then stride briskly in a six foot circle to your right then to your left so that eventually you forge a path that resembles a figure eight once this feels easy build on it by increasing your speed walking heel to toe with no space between your feet or walking backward another issue is stress reduction exercise can be great for that for the highly stressed trike house based yoga gentle restored opposes lengthen your muscles and relieve tension but the most.
MTA begins installing Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge safety fencing as suicide spate continues
"Empty is installed a hundred feet of safety fencing along the Verrazano bridge the first of twenty eight thousand feet it plans door wrecked the barriers put up with the people jumping to their deaths from the bridge this month alone your post says following an evaluation period to see how the fencing stands up to the elements including high winds the MTA will move ahead to accept bids to put up that remaining fencing
Times Critics Talk About Their Year-End Lists
"It's the end of the year. And so it's time and our three critics. Dwight Garner Parl paralegal and Jennifer Salah have come up with their ten best books of Twenty nineteen. They join us now to talk about those books a little bit about the process and the difficulty of coming up with like these Dwight giancarl. Thanks for being here Nathan. How natural is this process? I mean is this something that you're thinking of from the very beginning of the year when you're choosing your books or is this like Oh my God it's November. We need to think about it for me. It's the latter I mean I I I feel like I was surprised again. Even though he shouldn't have been surprised that all of a sudden we were putting together our lists. I think I'm always thinking about got it. I am always even just like weighing one book against the other ones that I've read does naturally just before you start flinging around attitudes is it. Is it essential all is it. You know arresting rested more or less. I think I think for me. I'm always I'm always going through. But then the real sort of thinking in sifting does sneak up on me and suddenly. It's like I don't know inside some years you know it's like I can only choose ten. Some cheers you're like. How can I stretch ten? Does that play in to your choices. What I'm thinking and not as does it prevent you from or slow you from reviewing something really dreadful because you think well? There's no way that this is the contender. No An and I think it's just the luck of being able to review both Shawna's I've got to review enough books. I much more curious to hear from you John. As the nonfiction critic have not narrows bridge. It's a bit more particular. Your your lane. Yeah no I'll I'll admit that I- internally maybe sometimes externally complain about about having to make the list each year but I do feel like when it comes to the nonfiction books. Yeah there are just certain books that we should review that I should review and so I do it. And then that inevitably takes up a space among the fifty summer sixty some books that will review in a year. So I think that that's partly why I don't think about it during the year and then I just let it sneak up on me and November one thing that I noticed. Yes when I look at your list sometimes I think Oh. I'm surprised this is on here. I didn't think at the time that Parlor Twitter Jen like this book as much and I'm curious if over over the course of time your view of books might change our has. You're saying Parl years are slim pickings. Is that come the end of the year. You think well that wasn't so bad. Compared with what else is out there. This is looking better now. Things sneak up on you. You know it's funny you. You read a book early in the year and you think well maybe this isn't so superb and that as the year goes on the book and a sticks with you and you realize this was far better than I thought pieces. I love to read in general in critics. Go back over the reviews for year even a decade and talk about the things maybe they over praised crazed or under praised. Because as we all know you know works of our change as we look back at them we all know what it's like buying a new record. You buy an album and then you really dislike the first ten times as you play it in. Its the eleventh time where clicks and sometimes mentally that works with the book even on a second reading. Do you think about what might make your list from the beginning of the year. Anyway I do. I remember this April having the stretch. Why reviewed three of the best books I've read in a longtime right in a row to spam Bam? One of them was Susan Choice. Trust exercises distrust exercise and the other was the old drift by non Walis repel. And I'm forgetting the other one. I think it was the new Sally Rooney Novel Normal People and there was something else and I remember born holy cow like this is the best month I've had a critic in terms of just finding things that blew me away on the one hand you love that and the other hand you critical. I'm glad that the year simmered down or no not glad you're did similar was harder to find great things after that for me anyway and all three of those books looks made your list as well as two books that were on the book review. Editor's list the top ten last night boat to Tanger- and the Yellow House Dwight you also review poetry throughout the year. Do you think to yourself. I have got to have at least one book of poetry on my list. You don't but I like to. I mean I read a lot of poetry and it's hard to find the right book review of poem so few slots I feel are open to meet review poetry that I tend to wait until a poet has collected the book of verse out or a selected book that enables you to look at a whole career rather than just doing book but this year this crazy book by this poet. Chelsea minutes in the book is called. Baby I I don't care if it's in a way it's a stunt book it's sort of you know blackly funny poems. Read dark poems that take their the take the subject matter from old Hollywood movies movies and it's free book and it's unusual and I went back and read earlier stuff and I just realized this is a major talent. Who's doing a weird thing with this book? And it's a good book. I've been giving it to a Lotta people because it's a book that it's easy of access like give it to someone. Read a lot of poetry in. They can get it in find it quite charming and smart. But she's very deft. Theft is a poet and there are many layers to all sorts of readers. I find our charms in awed by her talent. What's your process like each of you when you are coming coming up with your list Jen? Well we each have a page on the Times website where it lists everything that we've written and so I look got all the books that I reviewed over the past year and you know there are some obvious ones that jump out at me in terms of being included on the list like which twins this year did you think. I just know that's going to be on there. I thought the Chernobyl book by Adam Higginbotham. I thought was fantastic and it was something that you know. I still haven't seen this. Hbo Hbo Series that. Everybody talks about but I feel like in terms of the book itself. I learned so much in the way that it was written in the way that it clarified certain scientific aspects specs of the meltdown. This midnight midnight interminable exactly and so that was a book that you know. I kept thinking about over the past year. Another book was how to hide an empire by Daniel Miroir Dwight with talking about having a period in the earlier part of the year. Where just is there was one book after another? That was just fantastic and that was another book where I had read a lot of books that were about the notion of the American Empire and critiques of American Empire. But this was a book that actually looks at actual territories the Philippines Puerto Rico Guam. You know all these places that that are sort of. On the periphery I think of the American mainland imagination. I guess when they think of what empire means and so that was another one and you know the Caroline for Shea Book about her time and El Salvador. You know quite stunning. That's sort of the process that I go through where there are certain books. What's that jump out at me? How about you parl? What's your method? It's so scientific research I keep I keep all the books I review. I've I have a bookshelf for them. And I have the order so I just look at them and stare up at them hopelessly but I also do keep like a running list of of about meteorology check and I'll be like okay. What's been in sort of spectacular with my thinking of and then of course but I think that that point that you raise an android did to talking about that book of poetry? Is that in the last couple of weeks of the of the monthly monthly sort of thing like what is stuck with me. What is nagged at me? You know that the books that you admire but you're this book had a power because we do with these books and they changed with time and they changed with looking looking at. What else is out there? They change if I'm honest about the conversation. That's happened around them. Sometimes I do feel like I look differently if I feel like it's been misunderstood. It hasn't been appreciated. Appreciate it enough or looking at the other books year and seeing the other reviews feeling defensive on its behalf and saying how could you miss. This is the one that did something thing different Parl. Two of your best books were more than a thousand pages. I know I like big books. I do I do Docs Newbery Award by Lucy. UC L. men and anniversaries by Johnson. That one how long seventeen hundred pages. I actually had to go to the doctor after that because I I hi developed like bad ice during they were just twitching. I'd like five hundred pages a day insane but the book is so good. I mean just. Don't read it like that. Read it like twenty five pages a day. That's both those books are actually great books to have by your bed over the course of a year. Absolutely because they're about slowly Lee narrating a life and in the case both these books about the life of these really really incredibly scarily intelligent observant women and and them reading the news news and processing the news and thinking about their children thinking about history. As it's happening. I was so impressed that they cross is hold me in that way given that like you know. Time is slow in these books and they're thick with detail and they are
"narrow bridge" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Maryland she's won this event five times you can set a record with their six title today on the men's side Daniel Roman chuckles from Maryland twenty one years old he's the defending champ became the became the first American man to win the wheelchair division here at the York City marathon last he was also the youngest ever male or female to do it at twenty years old we actually grew up and playing in the same adapted sports program as Patsy on McFadden so they certainly have got to know each other the defending champ here so we should have two great races and the wheelchair side men and women alright go USA Todd let me a great day for the runners just a little bit of a wind right now could be a bit of a cross or maybe even tell windows the runners go over the first part of the Verrazano bridge maybe a bit of a head wind coming over the Queensboro bridge but other than that the weather's going to be perfect for the race and up on the queen of the excuse me his honor narrows bridge for the greatest starred in running history is our reporter Steve burns he's in the elite women's race car yeah Marla the ballots are just went off for the start of the men's and women's wheelchair races if you're not awake yet ballots are certainly wake you up those wheelchair races are off now I'm standing here something you really can and should only do on marathon Sunday right on the roadway on their approach to the Verrazano bridge is an incredible view across the Brooklyn wheelchair racers are now on their way we will have men and women starting up within the next hours so going across this twenty six point two mile long block party as they say all five boroughs of New York City cheering in their own special way Rosie the morning hearing WCBS back into the studio all right thank you Peter Marla Todd brand and Steve we have live continuing coverage throughout the month marathon today so stay with us there's more marathon coverage.
"narrow bridge" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Draft. Pick Hill's teammate early-morning stabbing claims the life of a Brooklyn man push on to get to way tolling back to the verrazano narrows bridge. A message based attack temple suing Minnesota city for withdrawing permission for a satanic monument there tendon wins after whether clearing chilly, low forty two in midtown. This is like the Cam, no, mice advantage, you Barclay center. Islanders lose again to Carolina, betrayal, two games to none. Mitch beat Milwaukee. The giants. Eight to four wins. News time, six twenty one. From the ram trucks traffic center. Here is Elliot. Gosh Brooklyn now where we confirm some delays in the b with ways they have eastbound delays from flushing avenue out to the LIE. Westbound delays from the out to the Kosciusko bridge. You have some eastbound delays on the Wanda's from the prospect expressway of to Atlantic avenue. More eastbound delays from flushing avenue all the way up to the expressway. And you've got westbound delays into Brooklyn as well to deal with over the Kosciusko bridge belt Parkway eastbound a slow ride as it's been awhile now from flatbush avenue outdoors construct whether it was an earlier accident. The accident has gone the delays are not. Here's what we see on long island's big three. We cleared nearly or problem police activity after exit thirty nine by Glen cove road that's gone and the delays are gone with northern state looks good. As does the southern state Parkway through Suffolk and Nassau County heading for the bridges and tunnels. Here's what you need to know. Heavy inbound traffic still at the Brooklyn Bridge. You've got delays in the Verizon bridge easing though, getting onto the belt Parkway heading eastbound. Delays at the inbound Lincoln tunnel due to some earlier road work on the Manhattan side is still have twenty to twenty five minute. Inbound delay at the Lincoln thirty to thirty five inbound Holland tunnel and over to the westbound, George Washington Bridge where it's fifteen to twenty and eastbound into the Bronx thirty to thirty five this report sponsored by all my sons. I'm Elliot gosh. Man. Our next report at six thirty one on ten ten wins. Hi, I'm Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans..
"narrow bridge" Discussed on KOMO
"On the Tacoma narrows bridge could rise again this summer, then less state lawmakers come up with an extra fifteen million dollars to state analysts report, and we get more on that from komo's Corwin Hake. Tolls on the narrows bridge rose frequently after the new span I opened back in two thousand seven but they've now held steady since two thousand fifteen this period of stability, ends July. First without an infusion of fourteen point nine million dollars from the state of financial analyst with the state traffic commission says if lawmakers don't come through. The commission will have to start figuring out now how high tolls we'll have to rise right now. Most drivers pay five dollars with a good to go past six bucks at the toll booth and seven dollars by mail. Representative Jake Fey Tacoma tells the news Tribune the legislature is expected to approve the fourteen point nine million in the upcoming two year transportation budget Corwin Hake. Komo news. Hundreds of hair stylists are upset over a Bill. They say would put their livelihoods at risk. It would prohibit salon owners from leasing booths to hairstylists Senator Karen Kaiser says the way the law is written salon owners are allowed to deny insurance to booth. Renters she says that gives an unfair advantage to traditional salons that hire employees. I think that if you have two people in the same business and two sets of rules than it is really suspect and has to be looked into Senator Kaiser says she plans to change the Bill to allow the hairstylist to continue renting booths. But only if they have the appropriate licenses and pay taxes on another matter. State lawmakers want to make it more affordable for you. Get healthcare from an out of network provider. They're working on legislation that would ban the practice of.
"narrow bridge" Discussed on Stories Podcast
"The narrow bridge. High up in the Himalayan mountains in the chilly place above the clouds. There was a wild world of winter animals. They came large and small they came strong and came slender mighty goats leapt from craggy ledge to craggy ledge ice, white leopards purred among the frozen stone. Great shaggy yaks plotted heads down up and up hoof smoothed trails musk deer and marmots and feathered weapon. Birds of prey and more together. They struggled against the cold and lived on the mountain the mountain was their home. But it was also their greatest challenge the trails were narrow the slopes icy and treacherous moved to loudly step wrong and send a stone tumbling. And you may cause an avalanche that buries you deep under a blanket of snow. Luckily, the animals. That made their home above the clouds were brave, and sure footed, non more. So than the goat. The goats could move from one razor thin ledge to the next needing next to nothing to find shore footing or in their case shore who've ING as excellent as they were at balancing. They were even better at being stubborn the old goats were a specially bad they refuse to help thought of sharing as a bad word and would rather sit outside in a blizzard than utter the word, please. So with that in mind, it's not surprising that two of the oldest. Most stubborn goats of all would eventually meet on the mountain one was the Brown grey of dirty snow. The other was the gray Brown of snowy dirt both were irritable and prone to loud, complaining they met on a cold after noon, just below the clouds where the greens were still fresh and delicious there in the valley..
"narrow bridge" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"Let's get back to the show. Let's see if I have time for a couple of questions this week. The first one comes from San Jose, California. Scott necks is Nim. And. Access. Howdy. Fellow skeptics an episode six ninety five you mentioned the claps Tacoma of the Tacoma narrows bridge and recommended listeners look up the footage on YouTube. I did. So in the first thing I noticed that the bridge is only two lanes wide. So Eddie, a quote unquote couple of lanes to the original Zayn couldn't have led to the collapse. I kept digging it found a couple sources that positive ultimate cause for the bridges demise the bridge collapse due aero aero elastic flutter area listed flutter is a separate phenomenon from forced resonance, the YouTube channel, practical engineering is a great video on the subject. Why the Tacoma narrows bridge collapsed. I got a bunch of emails about this. And I did look into it a lot deeper. So this is one of those things where I didn't prep this. It was just sort of an off the cuff comment that I was going based upon what I had previously learned about the Tacoma narrows preserve to to recap. This was hate when we do that. I know it's hard. It's that's the risk of unscripted. And it's a live show, you she all look it up. If something comes up sort of look it up in real time. So that's the risk is elevated when you're doing the live stage show like that. But any case the Tacoma narrows bridge collapsed on November seventh so today, actually nineteen forty. Wow. By coincidence. Odds. It turns out to famous example in physics textbooks. Which is where I I learned about it and the text books get it wrong. So I was actually taught wrong about it. And I was just perpetuating that incorrect. Science textbook fallacy. So it's often presented as a case of forced residents. You have residents in different types of motion open dad versus torsion that magnifies increases the energy until the collapsed. Turns out the actual physics or complicated than that. So although there is some residents going on resonance is happening in the complicated. Physics of what happened to the bridge. And there also was a redesigned. So I I was wrong about what the redesign was. But there was a redesigned at one point, but the redesign which for saving money, the of ritual design would have cost eleven million dollars. And they said, hey. We're just going to replace these trusses with these plate girders, and that will drop the cost down to eight million dollars. And they didn't anticipate or try to figure out how that was going to affect the physics of the bridge. So what happened was from the.
Dr Jennifer Ashton, Cervical Cancer and Andy Field discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Of cervical cancer abc's chief medical correspondent dr jennifer ashton tells us what else women can do to lower their risk of cervical cancer single greatest advance for cervical cancer is aside from the pap smear screening is the hp vaccine this is what prevents the majority of cervical cancer which is caused by this virus so getting vaccinated for women and men up to the age of twenty six very important we've all heard the phrase got milk turns out farmers have too much of it and they're storing it in a record amount of surplus cheese abc's andy field tells us what that means to the economy you would think at least jimmy buffett would run out of cheese but no the nation is swimming in nearly four billion pounds of that surplus solid milk a threatened trade war could make things worse hopefully this trade war will be short quick and done the international dairy foods associations bailey would says candidates several hundred percent milk import tax isn't helping in the meantime they suggest barbecuing that burger she field abc news komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours and just getting off of the state patrol the good news is we're getting the all clear throughout the entire puget sound area in the major arterials and the freeways no collisions no blocking problems of particular significance looking good on both the lake washington floating bridges no problems reported on the narrows bridge in tacoma and also looking good on the ballard montlake and fremont bridges and through the battery street tunnel your next report at one oh four i'm mike conklin komo news hi everybody thursday morning here in western washington post holiday madness things getting back.
"narrow bridge" Discussed on KOMO
"The tacoma narrows bridge and olympic driving kerber due to an earlier crash and it sluggish through auburn on eastbound highway eighteen between the west valley highway and highway one sixty four are next komo traffic at two fifty four the forecast calling for sunshine and clouds today warm temperatures though highs in the mid eighties gone off into the low sixties overnight so should be rather pleasant for those fireworks displays later on this evening at the moment we've got clouds in about seventy nine in downtown seattle want to know what to buy in july well one of the obvious items is anything with stars and stripes since after today they will be on sale beyond that there's plenty of items that you can get for a lot cheaper than you might have been able to a week ago abc's daria oddly her joins us on the komo newsline and well fourth of july sales are about as american as apple pie what is more american than shopping jeff right indeed the great american pastime and and i did a little bit of research today shopping of course in the name of in the name of research and one of the things i i will tell you i a lot of people are asking about air conditioners since it's very warm where you guys are extremely warm where i am right now but you need to wait a few weeks before you want to look for an air conditioner unless you absolutely need them because you're not really gonna find many good deals on those right now said there are a lot of things that you might think of this time of year going on sale and something that might catch you by surprise like humidifiers maybe you have a basement that's on the damn side or another part of your house that needs a little bit of drying out those are going on sale right now especially at places like home depot or lowe's the big box hardware stores you're.
"narrow bridge" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"I have to balance the probabilities that loads will be excessive on one side or the strength will be too low on the other side both of which incidentally are full of uncertainty usually and so it's a probabilistic problem and we have to make sure that there's an adequate margin for safety between the two of course there's no such thing i have to say you as absolute safety contrary to popular belief zero risk doesn't exist engineers have to do the calculations and get their sums right to make sure that those margins are there and society expects them to do so which is why it's all the more alarming when things like this happen i'm not gonna go into the reasons for these tragedies but they are part of the reason why technological change happens quite slowly nobody wants this to happen clients don't want this to happen on their projects obviously and yet of course they want innovation innovation is vital for ngo as an engineer it's part of my dna it's in my blood i couldn't be very good engineer if i wasn't wanting to innovate but we have to do so from a position of knowledge strength and understanding there's no good taking leap in the dark and civilization has learned from mistakes since the beginning of time no one more so than engineers some of you may have seen this film before this is a very famous tacoma narrows bridge collapse in tacoma washington state nine hundred forty the bridge became known as galloping gertie because she she is a female i don't know she was wobbling like this for quite a long time and no just this twisting motion the bridges far too flexible it was designed by leeann massif no stranger to suspension bridge design but in this case he pushed the limits just that little bit too far and paid the price thankfully nobody was killed but this bridge collapse stops suspension bridge development dead in its tracks for ten years nobody thought about doing another suspension bridge there were none when they did emerge in the nineteen fifties they were an understandable overreaction there's sort of over safe was response to what had happened but when it did occur in the mid sixties there was indeed a step change and innovation attornal logical step change this is a seven bridge in the uk no just the odor now mickley streamlined cross section in the center that it's also a box which makes it very torsion stiff that twisting motion which we saw tacoma would not happen here and it's also really lightweight and as we'll see moment like.
"narrow bridge" Discussed on KOMO
"Because of bad weather during the i did rod trail sled dog race mark christopher with the details race marshall mark nordmann says jim lanier scott janssen requested aid in an area between the checkpoints of white mountain and safety known as the blowhole detail surrounding the incident weren't immediately clear are released from the race says lanier scratched out of concern for his dogs and his health it's johnson came upon linear and withdrew out of concern for linear safety norman says race finisher jessie royer who was at the safety checkpoint when the notification came in brought the man to the checkpoint by snowmobile he says they were taken to the race finish gnome by helicopter and our teams were mush there neither requested additional medical support marker stiffer komo news it's thirty four past the hour komo aaa traffic in tacoma we have a disabled vehicle on i five southbound near m street and that is going to be blocking until in the right lane until further notice so we'll stay on top of that one otherwise looking good around the puget sound area things are moving along at the legal limits and no problems on either of the floating bridges or the first south bridge and in tacoma the narrows bridge traffic is moving very well so call me pass we have no restrictions stevens pass no restrictions and on the fairies we're not hearing of any early morning problems that should start affecting the first sailings your next report at twelve forty four i might content on komo news sara luck was pretty decent for saint patrick's day here in western washington we a couple of stray showers out there keeping the emerald city just as pretty as the emerald isle but other than that it was pretty quiet continue to hang onto the same forecast overnight through our sunday for the eighteenth of march tomorrow lows on either side of forty highs from tomorrow back into the low to the mid fifties which is typical of the season occasional scattered showers out there tomorrow as well dries out just in time for the first day of spring on tuesday a beauty with sunshine highs in the fifties in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell twenty four seven news continues now on komo news.
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"With that sound canceling a fact in the seven kilohertz result now they they haven't proven there the injury sipe it's like yeah we always went to war over would because two pieces of equipment were cancelling each other out with this result in seven kilohertz sound wave that's inaudible i imagine as well right no it's not at all here so these people have been the diplomats could heroes who else uh there you go suggests some kind of auditory torture thanks man yeah should i sorry about that americans are three of audio version of the tacoma narrows bridge kind of nervous exactly marburg the galloping greens whatever gertie gertie galloping dirty is what they call that tacoma narrows bridge i been there actually oh boy all right well let's take the oscars are coming up sunday night let's check it with our friend scott manson see his are here i guess his predictions tan traffic back to the peninsula northbound to idiot at what an accident still blocking links to with brie last check and traffic is still crawling from this before could yatta in santa clara mona 101 before lawrence expressway a solo vehicle out blog details on that one are still coming in fremont east betty four on the ramp to self eighty us style out in the middle of the connector self down seventeen before big rudy curve another bumper reported in the road they're leaving petaluma in south down 101 wanna remind you at san antonio world there was a a stall out there and lane to any berkeley it's probably ghana case it's not that we study a yeoman there was like bucket if between lights to it three idly graham okay kids we got tmobile.
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"Claims more from komos taylor van cise about two thousand people who live around bulls eyeglass company up it approved by a judge to go ahead with their one point two billiondollar suit which claims cadmium and arsenic levels around the plant or too high balls i use the chemicals in glass production before 2016 and resume using other chemicals after installing a new filtration system and pollutant levels have been low enough not warrant clean up according to state standards bullseye i now suing the state of oregon claiming the glass companies meaning used as a scapegoat by various state agencies to hide other airquality issues taylor van cise komo news get your traffic update the state senators quite a considerable today to keep tolls on the tacoma narrows bridge is right were they are the measure sponsored by state senator steeple ban of university place his district encompasses the east and to the bridge the bill scheduled for hearing before the senate transportation committee at one thirty this afternoon colonies tact six fourteen aaa traffic time once again that to marina rockinger jeff we have a problem in canton northbound one six seven at 41st one eight the the has partially blocking the right lane so now we have slow traffic from highway five sixteen to that scene northbound i5 rolling flow in tacoma right near highway 16 to the dump route through federal way because of an earlier blocking problems so you're slow downs begin at 328 though all the way through federal way and will last you off and on up to the 516 interchange and then slow go off and on as well to about two hundreds from an earlier problem that cleared northbound 405 heavy through the renton scurves up towards the coal creek parkway area southbound 405 getting heavier through canyon park your slowdowns began after you leave alderwood and they get pretty thick near one 95th southbound i5 will be slow near the boeing freeway down towards one 28 and south everett and another note about highway nine both directions closed fend settlement roby the been settlement road be too late cavanaugh that stretches clothes as well as chuck to drive both directions at waster creek lane the reason is because of mud water in.
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"Narrow bridge all traffic moving again that earlier bridge opening has completed so little flow of 73 though leaving new jersey as a result of the british were fine let's let's start in new jersey where to 95 southbound is still bumpertobumper from 73 down to would gril station off ramp that's because of an accident at the bottom of the ramp near the station also positively northbound getting off there as well now the 42 freeway most that volume as clear so we'll residual delay around creek growth and 55 north slow at the forty to merge we'll go to the pennsylvania side of things where we see delays in both directions on 95 and bucks county between the new jersey state lie and three thirty two constructionrelated delays there further south ninety five south heavy from cotton to gerard and then south again in delaware county from ridley par to 320 two standing in delaware county of the blue route southbound slow just after broom that continues past baltimore pike northbound heavy from ninety five up to the brute one split on the boot on ninety or rather the schuylkill expressway we'll go to their two westbound side heavy from there to the by slogan from the boulevard out to the contract incurred and then delays at four seventy six and from henderson attitude wrote to eastbound slows getting on at 200 too and then delays from contra hawkin to gladwin slogan city avenue to the vine of the vine both ways not bad eastbound but westbound heavy all the way across were looking pretty good on four 22 still some delays from the saint gauge curved trooper and the turnpike westbound heavy at fort washington mass transit no major delays next update in less than ten minutes i'm brian ramon in the trumark financial credit union 24 hour traffic.
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"Aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's put global as though cippico's them the upper hand on an earlier accident highway 16 to northbound i 5 and gus nogami fast we have no restrictions and steven's pass traction tires were advised into comas well still getting those those severe side wins on the narrows bridges and seattle northbound i5 traffic now reduced to one lane at senator street all the lanes be reopening by six this morning your next report's at 1224 i'm mike consulate on komo news good morning everybody well it's actually kind of a nice way to start our weekend here you might see a few sun breaks today it's going to lean a bit on the cool side many of you will be in the low 40s but all in all we're looking for are high in the afternoon around fifty degrees maybe some sun breaks at times especially early but after that bring back the rain and propagate kind of rainy and windy especially once we get into sunday afternoon in the komo weather center i'm steve pool the reverend jesse jackson is being offered encouragement from other civil rights activists and political leaders jackson has disclosed that he was diagnosed in 2015 with parkinson's disease jackson who has been receiving outpatient care for two years says he plans to dedicate himself to physical therapy to battle their chronic neurological disorder parkinson's causes movement difficulties us officials say the trump administration is putting the palestine liberation organisation on notice that it makes shutter their washington office over the palestinians attempt to get the international criminal court to prosecute israeli officials under a law passed by congress the palestinians lose their ability to have a mission in the us capital if they support an icc investigation of israelis the crimes against palestinians by president trump says he's a laying a new policy allowing the body parts of african elephant shot for sport to be imported until he can review all conservation fact the us fish and wildlife service saying that it will allow the importation of body parts from african elephants shot for sport trip now says he will review the.
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"Tacoma narrow bridge has completed its opening traffic has resumed on both ends so that's good news there we do have the closure of the eastbound westbound by food expressways are shut down overnight between the schuylkill and bronze read four construction up until around five o'clock in the morning suggest keep that them mind otherwise seventy six we do have more roadwork year seventy six eastbound from gulf meals to the blue route four seventy six and then further east it's a little bit slow from belmont the city avenue the two left lanes taken out there heading west on the schuylkill between the gulf mills in valley forge right lane construction up until around 6 o'clock this morning boulevard southbound the outer drive still shut down its going to be like that up until phil 5 o'clock this morning between southampton road and redline road for million paving out on the burlington bristol bridge one lane taken out each way for construction it norristown ruuttu of who is shutdown between washington and lafayette street for some overnight construction and in the wind would section of lower marion win would road is closed between lancaster in argyll road due to water main break i'm in although and event take a closer look at unlimited data plans and you'll see they're not always up front with a price not at t mobile get unlimited data with.
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"Seattle area this week it all started knives stay connected stay informed this is komo news komo aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's early collusion right now ual of well westbound state route 512 with his east of meridian state flown from seen other than that we're looking good invoke floating bridges and the narrows region tacoma traffic moving along well on i five north and southbound that also goes for 405 and no problems on the narrows bridge as well in olympia i5 northbound pacific avenue reduced to a couple of lanes for some bridge expansion word gan in tacoma i5 northbound between fifty six that's tacoma mall and the puyallup river bridge we have new elaine configuration work going on on the ferries not hearing of any early morning problems that should affect for sailings your next report at three 24 i mike lent on komo news quote we've got through our summer without a big heat wave but that's about to change while threatening record high temperatures and a major fashion as we head into the week decant shortterm still some really comfortable summer weather again par sunday will start in the fifty's will end today on the upper 70s to the low 80s ramp puget sound in for back to work monday a little bit warm with so naturally terribly hot with low to mid '80s that changes as we head into tuesday wednesday thursday and friday update stretch three four days morale of some big time he oppor 90s triple digit heat especially by thursday in the komo weather center i'm meterologist shannon o'donnell komo.