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04:12 min | Last week

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"97 7 Other stories we're watching here. A company backed by the Chinese government says it is ending at seven year effort to build one of the world's largest methanol plants along the Columbia River. In southwest Washington Northwest Innovation works yesterday told the Port of Coloma, it will terminate its least that ends a $2.3 billion project following several legal and regulatory setbacks. Washington State man who admitted using inside information from his wife about Amazon to trade the company's stock now sentenced to 26 months in prison. Federal prosecutors saying that Vicki Bora, receiving a sentence on Thursday for illegally trading Amazon stock Prosecutors saying that he admitted making profits of $1.4 million between 2016 and 2018 with information from his wife by the way, his wife will not face charges as a result of her husband's plea agreement with federal prosecutors. Satellite video showing the ice shelf holding the Pine Island glacier in Antarctica back from the sea is breaking up much faster than before study yesterday showing the ice shelf has shrunk. By 1/5 since 2017 that worries scientists because the larger glacier protected by the shelf could collapse sooner than the centuries they had predicted when the shelf breaks up. Responds icebergs five miles long and 22 miles wide than those break into smaller ones. Time right now, it's 7 17 KOMO news Saturday with Mark Christopher. Canadian officials have been promising a loosening of border restrictions that have been so long. A new rule emerged earlier this week and to explain comments Brian Calvert, who's saying that maybe it's not enough, Canadian officials may not be done issuing new, less restrictive rules for the border, but their first salvo appears to be underwhelming. We need international travel, and we need it now. John Nicholson is vice president of list L hotels with properties in Vancouver and Whistler all those dollars that we're hoping to get our now leaving the country and nothing's coming in to replace. On Wednesday, The Canadian government said that by early next month, Canadian citizens who are fully vaccinated will be able to return to Canada without having to quarantine. Nicholson said. This does not address the elephant in the room. What's the plan? When can we have the Americans come up? How did They do the passport? How does the international travelers from PC business needs Washington and Washington business could certainly benefit from an open border as well. Health Minister Patty Had you who issued the rule on Canadian citizens Wednesday defends what some call her office is glacial pace. We do want to be careful and cautious on these next steps to make sure That we are not putting that recovery in jeopardy and in terms of the planning that planning is underway. John Nicholson and the rest of BC's Tourism industry wants to know if not now. When normally in the month of June, we'd be writing 80% 85%. We can't survive on B C residents. He tells CTV news that this week's new rule for Canadian citizens it seems like we're addressing Canadians returning from vacation Canadians who are going elsewhere to play and money that's being spent everywhere but home. And with Washington's plan for a full reopening June 30th Vancouver's pain will likely be Seattle's game. Brian Calvert Colonials from ABC News Wall Street weekend. We learned this week that we are paying more for just about everything. Consumer prices were up 5% in May. It's the biggest year over year increase since 2000 and seven and it was more than economists predicted. The increase is reflected in a wide range of goods and services, where demand is growing, including travel, dining out and entertainment. Before he left the G seven summit, President Biden dropped Trump era executive orders which attempted to ban Tiktok, and we chat and steady has ordered the Commerce Department. To review any apps with ties to China. El Salvador's Legislative Assembly approved legislation this week making Bitcoin legal tender in that country. It's the first nation in the world to do so. McDonald's latest company to be hit by a data breach unauthorized activity on its network exposed the personal data of some customers in the Far East. But McDonald says the Problem was quickly identified and it was quickly brought under control. France Reopen borders this week to foreign visitors who've been vaccinated against Covid 19 Daria all being or ABC News..

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"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

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01:37 min | Last week

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

"Collision, blocking the right lane 5 to 7 North founded 129th Street. Traffic does seem a little bit congested through the scene. Other than that sunshine glare right now is your major issue. We're looking at just a little bit of rolling slow traffic getting through downtown Seattle and North Bong at five. Travel times, ability to ever will take you about 27 minutes. Altar with the South Centre will take you about 29 minutes ever to Bellevue will take you about 27 minutes. Our next KOMO traffic at 7 24. Latest in the global weather Center. Rather calm for right now. Blue sky and sunshine No well up there in the eastern sky here today, though, it'll be pretty much partly cloudy to mostly cloudy day eventually later on some rain showers arriving tomorrow. It's going to be muggy showers. Heavy at times could be a little challenge on some of the roads. Temperatures today to reach low seventies tomorrow upper sixties For the most part, maybe over 70. In the South Sound could be a little bit of a challenge to tomorrow. We've got these cranes arriving a terminal five in Seattle. Everyone look at what, like two thirds of the height of the space needle. That could be an interesting maneuver here and Elliott Bay when those arrived If we get these storms going on here in Seattle, right now we're enjoying 53 Eric Thomas News. Stay connected. Stay informed the Northwest only 24 hour news station. KOMO news 1000 FM 97 7 Other stories we're watching here. A company backed by the Chinese government says it is ending at seven year effort to build one of the world's largest methanol plants along the Columbia River. In southwest Washington Northwest Innovation works yesterday told the Port of Coloma, it will terminate its least that ends a $2.3 billion project following several legal and regulatory.

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"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

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03:16 min | Last week

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

"Informed the Northwest only 24 hour news station. KOMO News 1000 FM 97 7 Friday afternoon. Thank you for joining us on the KOMO afternoon News with ELISA Jaffe. I'm Rick fan sites and our editor Bill O Neill. President Biden is sending back $2 billion to the Defense Department. The money comes from funds diverted by former President Trump to help build a massive border wall. The White House says only 52 miles of new Wall was actually constructed over four years, costing roughly $46 million per mile. A company is notified authorities in our state that it is ending its seven year ever to build one of the world's largest methanol plants along the Columbia River in southwestern Washington. Northwest Innovation Works proposed to take natural gas from Canada converted into methanol, which then it would ship to China to make ingredients for plastics. The state Department of Ecology denied a key permit for the project, saying that it would pump out too much pollution. The right to vote is the cornerstone of our democracy. Right from which all other rights ultimately flow. Attorney General Merrick Garland today, speaking about voting rights, saying So far this year, at least 14 states have passed new laws that make it harder to vote. ABC's Andy Field joining us on the Cuomo Newsline with more on what else he had to say today, Andy, You know this was an extraordinary moment and and such a stark contrast to what we saw for four years under the previous president. This president is and I'm sorry. This attorney general Is making it clear that he will not put up with any attempt to suppress voting in any state. And that doesn't mean just the actions of election officials. That means state legislatures have passed laws. That he would challenge in court all the way to the Supreme Court to say this violates voting rights acts. And he clearly thinks that many of the Republican led states that are putting restrictions and for voting in places like Georgia and Arizona and Florida and Texas. All of those places He doesn't agree that those laws are constitutional. And he is now going to double the amount of staff in the Justice Department to go after and look into these things, and in some cases will probably challenge these in federal court because he's saying that the civil rights division is going to be getting more lawyers. They're doubling the number in the civil rights division. That's that's extraordinary. A big contrast from what we saw under the Bill Barr Attorney General Justice Department, where They weren't pursuing these kind of items. What they were doing was going after kind of wild goose chases on unsubstantiated claims of election fraud, that, uh, the former president, Trump said. We're stealing votes from him. But even Bill Barr could not stand up there and support with President Trump was saying because, he said, there was no evidence of it. We saw 60 court cases. That shut down every one of these court challenges every state in the union certified the election, not for Donald Trump, but for Joe Biden, and yet we still have these continuous audit, some of them questionable like what's going on in Arizona. And that's another thing that Merrick Garland says he's going to look into and whether what they're even doing in Arizona is legal. We are scrutinizing new laws that.

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WCBM 680 AM

02:24 min | 5 months ago

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Is accusing the U. S of interfering in its domestic affairs. The day after more than 3500 Russians were arrested during nationwide protests. Suspects passing for Russian President Vladimir Putin said statements on Twitter from the U. S Embassy encouraged Russians to break the law. Tweet by U. S. Embassy spokesperson Rebecca Ross was made during protests throughout Russia, calling for the release of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny, in which thousands were arrested. Read. The U. S. Supports the right of all people to peaceful protests. Freedom of expression. Steps being taken by Russian authorities are suppressing those rights. Theo Embassy also tweeted a State Department statement calling for Navalny's release. I'm Karen Sharma's 11 workers trapped for two weeks inside the Chinese gold mine were brought safely to the surface Sunday, a landmark achievement for an industry long blighted by disastrous and high death tolls. Breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com. Officials in Washington state denied a key permit for a large proposed methanol plant. The Department of Ecology says officials rejected it because of a significant increase in greenhouse gas emissions and inconsistencies with the Shoreline Management Act. $2 billion Northwest Innovation Works plant would have taken natural gas from Canada and converted it into methanol. It then would be shipped to China to make compounds used in everything from fabrics to medical equipment. Jeremy House reporting. Lawyer says that while the company's disappointed and evaluating options for an appeal, it feels confident science and reason will prevail. Chicago Teachers union says members have voted to defy an order to return to the classroom before they're vaccinated against the coronavirus. It sets up a showdown with district officials who have said such a move. Would be tantamount to an illegal strike. War on these stories, a town hall dot com I'm Rhonda Rocks trip. Wcbm Baltimore. We've got a dose of winter on the way it's a cloudy Dr. Boarding bite later this afternoon. Light rain light snow. Now temperatures will be up around 40. This afternoon. But as temperatures dropped tonight, that's where we start to see the mess. Winter weather advisory four o'clock this afternoon until 10 A.m. tomorrow. It's a mix of rain, freezing rain and snow tonight and then tomorrow it changes over to Rayna's We warm up by meteorologists Terry Smith from.

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"northwest innovation works" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:36 min | 5 months ago

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Jeremy House reports. The Department of Ecology says officials rejected it because of a significant increase in greenhouse gas emissions and inconsistencies with the Shoreline Management Act. The $2 billion Northwest Innovation Works plant would have taken natural gas from Canada. And converted it into methanol. It then would be shipped to China to make compounds used in everything from fabrics to medical equipment. 85 year old Green Bay Packers fan never missed a playoff game at Lambeau Field, thought it might end this year for etc. Net Sell went to her first Packers game when she was 10 years old. Her family tried to get tickets for the NFC Championship game today. That's when booster club members Stephen Neal Ewing heard story and gave her the tickets. They actually had to drive the Green Bay and give her their phone for the tickets, breaking news and analysis, a town hall dot com. Jimmie Rodgers has died at the age of 87 honey go being Jimmy Rogers was discovered as he played shows on a $10 guitar while he was stationed to Nashville with the U. S Air Force. After the Korean War. He auditioned with roulette records with the song Honey Comb, which was his first single and on Lee number one record. His other hits include secretly and Kisses Sweeter Than Wine in 1967. Rogers was found in his car in Los Angeles with a fractured skull. He said he had pulled over and an off duty police officer attacked him. Although he suffered muscle spasms and seizures. Rogers later had his own TV show and his own theater in Branson, Missouri. I'm Archie Szaroleta on Wall Street last week down Industrials closed the week of 9 30,097, NASDAQ and 13,543. Yes and P 500 closing at 38 41, New York crude closing out at 52 27 more on the story's a town hall dot com. I'm Bob's edict broadcasting here every Sunday morning at eight. Remember the free speech movement started in Berkeley in the sixties at Berkeley. Today, students protest against free speech and pick it when a controversial usually conservative speaker is scheduled. At other top universities. Professors are terrified of the students. The free exchange of all ideas has disappeared. My new book, the Bubble explores how higher education became America's most overrated product. Students spend four critical years of their lives in an expensive bubble of indoctrination, and they're creating a second bubble in the process. Luckily, a small, dedicated minority of fighting back against repressive campus speech codes and dis invitation campaigns learned how universities.

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"northwest innovation works" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:37 min | 5 months ago

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"All plant, the Department of Ecology says officials rejected it because of a significant increase in greenhouse gas emissions and inconsistencies with the Shoreline Management Act. $2 billion Northwest Innovation Works plant would have taken natural gas from Canada and converted it into methanol. It then would be shipped to China to make compounds used in everything from fabrics to medical equipment. Corresponded. Jeremy. House reporting Godiva chocolates hasn't bittersweet news Belgian chocolate here Good. Iva will sell or close all 128 of its North American shops within the next few months. Diver said it Sarge drop in a van for in person shopping, and it's brick and mortar stores especially made the corona virus pandemic. At the same time, the company said it is seeing growth and online sales and sails through grocery club. Another retail partners. Breaking news and analysis of town hall dot com. High profile stock supporter. Former President Trump considers picking up the torch My clindell, the businessman better known to the world as the My Pillow Guy is weighing a run for governor in Minnesota. If he follows through on a campaign, it could be an early test of where the Republican Party is headed. In the post Trump era. Lindell would bring a high profile to the race thanks to name recognition built on his ever present TV EDS. However, some Republican operatives in the states a Lindell's activism has made it impossible for him to win a statewide election. Under rocks to reporting All Star fully. George Springer is finalized his $150 Million.6 year contract with the Toronto Blue Jays, becoming the most Provident free agent to reach an agreement this offseason. 31 year old Springer receive.

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News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"51 45 96 Officials in Washington state to die to keep permit for a large proposed method. All plant, the Department of Ecology says officials rejected it because of a significant increase in greenhouse gas emissions and inconsistencies with the Shoreline Management Act. $2 billion Northwest Innovation Works plant would have taken natural gas from Canada and converted it into methanol. It then would be shipped to China to make compounds used in everything from fabrics to medical equipment. Responded. Jeremy House reporting Godiva chocolates hasn't bittersweet news Belgian chocolate here Good. Iva will sell or close all 128 of its North American shops within the next few months. Diver said it saw dropping a van for in person shopping, and it's brick and mortar stores especially made the corona virus pandemic. At the same time, the company said it is seeing growth and online sales and sails through grocery club. Another retail partners. Breaking news and analysis a town hall dot com. High profile start supporter Former President Trump considers picking up the torch My clindell, the businessman better known to the world as the My Pillow Guy is weighing a run for governor in Minnesota. If he follows through on a campaign, it could be an early test of where the Republican Party is headed. In the post Trump era. Lindell would bring a high profile to the race, thanks to name recognition built on his ever present TV ads. However, some Republican operatives in the states a Lindell's activism has made it impossible for him to win a statewide election. Under rocks to reporting All Star photo. George Springer's finalized his $150 Million.6 year contract with the Toronto Blue Jays, becoming the most Provident free agent to reach an agreement this offseason. 31 year old Springer receive.

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"northwest innovation works" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"51 45 96 Officials in Washington state to die to keep perfect for a large proposed method. All plant, the Department of Ecology says officials rejected it because of a significant increase in greenhouse gas emissions and inconsistencies with the Shoreline Management Act. $2 billion Northwest Innovation Works plant would have taken natural gas from Canada and converted it into methanol. It then would be shipped to China to make compounds used in everything from fabrics to medical equipment. Corresponded. Jeremy House reporting Godiva chocolates has some bittersweet news. Belgian chocolate here Good Iva will sell or close all 128 of its North American shops within the next few months. Diver said it's are dropping a van for in person shopping at its brick and mortar stores, especially made the corona virus pandemic. At the same time, the company said it is seeing growth and online sales themselves through grocery club. Another retail partners. Breaking news and analysis of town hall dot com. High profile start supporter of former President Trump considers picking up the torch. My clindell, the businessman better known to the world as the My Pillow Guy is weighing a run for governor in Minnesota. If he follows through on a campaign, it could be an early test of where the Republican Party is headed. In the post Trump era. Lindell would bring a high profile to the race thanks to name recognition built on his ever present TV EDS. However, some Republican operatives in the states Aylin Bells activism has made it impossible for him to win a statewide election. Under rocks to reporting All Star fully. George Springer is finalized his $150 Million.6 year contract with the Toronto Blue Jays, becoming the most prominent free agent to reach an agreement this offseason. 31 year old Springer receive.

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"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:19 min | 5 months ago

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

"The major indexes all not, she knew closing highs. Technology shares again led the way with the NASDAQ composite Leaping 260 points or 2%. In addition to a 17% surgeon shares of Netflix following its fourth quarter results, tech winners included Amazon up 4.6% Microsoft ahead by 3.7% and Google parent Alphabet whose shares jumped 5.4%. Speaking of Amazon, the e commerce behemoth has reportedly extended an offer to President Biden to assist with the national distribution of Covert 19 vaccines. NBC News reporting that Amazon consumer business chief Dave Clark made that pitch in a letter to the new president this afternoon. Saying that tech giant already has agreements in place with license. Third party healthcare providers to administer vaccines on site at Amazon facilities. That's your money now I'm Jim Chess, Coco Mon is we check money and 28 50 past the hour here on coma. State officials deny Aqui permit for a large proposed methanol plant along the Columbia River. Almost Eric Heights has the story. The State Department of Ecology on Tuesday said it rejected it because of a significant increase in greenhouse gas emissions and inconsistencies with the Shoreline Management Act. A $2 billion Northwest Innovation Works plant would have taken natural gas from Canada and converted it into methanol and within the ship to China to make compounds used in everything from fabrics to medical equipment. Lawyer said. While the company is disappointed and evaluating options for an appeal, it feels confident that quote unquote science and reason will prevail. Eric Heights Co. Moh news Homo traffic from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center, still watching demonstrators in downtown Seattle and lots of police activity on First Avenue and were the pike Place. It's uh, as you're headed towards the It looks like both of the stadiums in downtown Seattle. Lots of police there on the scene. Lots of activities. You want one. Avoid that area for the time being. Also just west of Sultan, that earlier crash on the east and westbound highway to has cleared away just a bit of a residual slowing on westbound highway to between old Owen Road and Fern Bluff Road and in North Seattle. Still watching a crash on South bound 15th Avenue Northeast that's just before Northeast 97 Street blocking the right lane. Our next couple traffic at 7 34..

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KOMO

03:41 min | 5 months ago

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

"A 20 minutes of nonstop news. Our new covert infection's beginning to plateau. Almost Ryan Calvert has the latest on low numbers of new positives from the day after a holiday weekend. Some expected the number of new covert positives to spike it instead sputtered, according to the State Health Department. 1372 new covert 19 infections were reported yesterday. That would most likely be numbers from Sunday and Monday. It's half of what we were seeing just late last week. We'll get a better idea if lower numbers are the new trend later this week is more people return to regular testing. State officials will keep a close eye on this as well as its phase finder website after the governor's announcement that all Washingtonians age 65 up are now eligible for the vaccine. Website was inundated with requests and crashed yesterday. It's back as of this morning, Brian Calvert colonias in his time in 11 07. Right now, only three regions meet the state's goal for the number of acute care hospital beds occupied by patients. The health Department's goal is not over 80%, but only the North West, South west and north central regions Meet that goal. The statewide percentage of occupied beds is nearly 81%. Hits at county looking for volunteers to help with the next phase of the pandemic, the unprecedented effort to vaccinate to community against covert 19 details from comas calling Johnson doesn't Volunteer Medical Reserve Corps, or Marcie's, have already been on the front lines, helping it test sites and data entry communications as well for the county. But the kids up, said reports they need many more. At this point, they don't have nearly enough healthcare groups and pharmacies enrolled as vaccine providers before the pandemic. Marcie's were there to support communities in the event of a natural disaster or other public health crisis. Many of the volunteers have medical backgrounds, but it's not necessary. They need all types of help. On February 2nd, the city of Poulsbo and kids up, MRC will be hosting a virtual meeting. To talk about the volunteer call up details were upon the kids up County MRC website Carleen Johnson come on news, but I usually may have declared that Washingtonians age 65 older could now be vaccinated. Betty, if one county is like others of states, not quite ready yet. An additional 1.5 million people just became eligible for the covert vaccine. 40,000 of them are in Clark County. Health officials there say they're not ready and likely won't be until next week at the earliest. Professionals around the state recommending you fill out the phase finder form on the state's Health Department website so you can be notified when the vaccine is available in your county. State officials deny Aqui permit for a large proposed methanol plant along the Columbia River and Calama. Here's comes Eric Heights, The state Department of Ecology on Tuesday said it rejected it because of a significant increase in greenhouse gas emissions. And inconsistencies with the Shoreline Management Act. The $2 billion Northwest Innovation Works plant would have taken natural gas from Canada and converted it into methanol and within the ship to China to make compounds used in everything from fabrics to medical equipment. Lawyer said. While the company is disappointed and evaluating options for an appeal, it feels confident that quote unquote science and reason will prevail. Eric Giants Co. Moh new state will pay almost $7 million to settle a lawsuit brought by a young man with autism and nearly died well in his family's care. The lawsuit filed on behalf of Dustin Wilson alleged the State D S. H s. Had warnings that he wasn't safe for this Tacoma family as a child and adult, the Tacoma News Tribune reports. Wilson went to live with a foster family at the age of 11, but soon after his father sought custody, which he won in 2017. Wilson told social workers repeatedly he was afraid of his father. A year later, he was hospitalized for lack of medical care and malnourishment Cos time 11 10 and Time to check in at the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk with Eric Heights in Police.

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KOMO

03:46 min | 7 months ago

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

"Again. Couples Eric Hynes reports. This follows changes made to the plane's flight software program. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency Tuesday published a proposed airworthiness directive. I could clear the aircraft within weeks to resume flying in and out of airports on the continent. Publication of the directive opens a 28 day public comment period, after which the agency will review the input and then approved the aircraft for flight. Moved by The essay, which is based in Cologne, Germany, comes after the FAA already clear the Boeing 7 37 Max earlier this month. Iraq clients Come on news for the second time this year, the Seattle City Council Has approved a spending plan this time voting 8 to 1 for the 2021 budget. It includes a slew of cuts because of reduced tax revenue during the pandemic, and also includes nearly 20% cuts to the Seattle Police Department. Also member Tammy Morella says there's more work to be done. I don't believe there is no research to prove more officers on patrol equals community Priest Community Safety Council member Deborah War is telling her colleagues 50% de Funding of the police is a slogan and says that kind of move just can't happen overnight. Mayor Jenny Durkan promises to sign the budget. Council also amended the mayor's $131 million for homelessness in next year's budget. The navigation team will be replaced by the Hope team Hope stands for homeless outreach provider Iko Iko system There will be more money for tiny house villages, sanitation stations, garbage cleanups and shelter spaces. Seattle police officers will not be part of any homeless outreach program. Our tepees will fall in Seattle, even though the City Council has now approved a new $20 feet almost Corwin Hank explains the new $20 Kar tam feed the council approved Monday will be added to an existing $20 fee that now pays for street repairs. These fees replace an expiring $60 car. Tad Levy, Council member Alex Peterson and others favor directing the new feet toward maintaining the city's aging bridges, even though some voters would prefer to invest in transit and walk ability. Improvements by Temple member Peterson's proposal to shift money from transit people need right now, and you did her bridge maintenance. The $60 car taffy that helped fund Seattle bus service expires next month, meaning overall the city Tab fees will drop from $80 to $40 next year. Of course, that's on top of whatever the state is charging. Corwin Headache Comb Oh noona, federal judges to come avoiding permits needed for a methanol plant on the Columbia River in Calama, the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers have granted the permits for the construction of an export facility, part of a $2 billion Northwest Innovation Works plant. Which would take natural gas from Canada and converted into methanol, which would be shipped to China for plastic making. But Monday the judge agreed with conservation groups, including the Sierra Club, that the project needs a more thorough environmental review. Appears cutting nurse says she still suffering side effects. Months after testing positive for covert 19 goals. Denise Whitaker has her story. I spoke with Jimmy Edwards, a postpartum nurse, but she hasn't worked since she tested positive for covert 19 back on April 6th. She was exposed. It work, and by the time she felt ill and got tested, it was too late to protect her husband, Brian, who also ended up with covert his symptoms so severe he ended up in ICU for weeks. So many than cheering him on. When he finally got to go home. They both recovered from the acute symptoms of Copan 19, but both of them now, more than seven months later, are still not back to their pre covert health. Sami tells me she thinks she's only at about 75% and is Brian back to what percent. He's probably about 85. He still has muscle weakness in the 50 just like you know, I do right now. It's like no other. We wouldn't wish this upon anybody more and more studies now showing just how many people are suffering for months after having.

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KOMO

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

"Patty Murray is attempting to block president trump from using military funds to build the border wall details from como's jeffco July in an interview with come on news Marie revealed she'll be introducing legislation to prevent the transfer of funds from various military projects to the wall of the southern border make sure that no president today or in the future can bypass the will of Congress to Luke several dollars from our military to fund projects however the Supreme Court has ruled the president can use military funds for the border wall is he is declared a national emergency Congress can cancel the emergency but there aren't enough votes to override an expected veto Jeff poach look come on is one of the largest school districts in the state may do something fairly controversial to protect staff and students spoke in public schools had a national group compile a list of safety recommendations last spring and one of the recommendations they were given is now listed by the superintendent in the to be done column and that is arming school personnel inside schools has either been operating for the last five years in Toppenish we have an armed presence in everyone of our buildings that is superintendent John Sir know who got permission for administrators to be armed in their six school buildings what a board meeting last night in Spokane the spokesman review reports a superintendent suggested with three new board members to be elected in December the issue would be put out to next year the district but also to find money to pay for the security enhancements and they're already a tough budget position superintendent said they would certainly though take input from the community before any decision like this Carly Johnson come on news a key decision for a proposed methanol plant in southwest Washington is on hold as the state needs more information here's some of Erica Kane's ecology department is requesting information from cal it's county northwest innovation works in the port of clam a regarding the projects greenhouse gas emissions they can make a decision on whether to issue a shoreline conditional use permit northwest innovation were hopes to build a two billion dollar project at the port to convert natural gas into methanol for shipment to Asia the county determine last month the project should get the shoreline permits as previously granted ecology has thirty days to make a decision or ask for more information Erica it's cold news and sound transit is renaming all the routes.

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

"A lot of money but it's technically only one point two percent of washington's budget in colorado cannabis tax revenue makes up just two percent of the state budget while the tax on pot more than pays for the government cost to regulate it this report seems to indicate it's not a top line budget star nor is it a budget buster if suddenly that money stopped coming in the reason that's important is that states arguing to legalize recreational marijuana use its income stream to help justify legalization members of that same camp also claimed legalisation helps undercut the black market those in the industry in washington no otherwise the thirty seven percent state tax on cannabis is so high it remains much more inexpensive to get your pot from the same back channels you used five years ago brian calvert komo news a judge says an environmental review of a proposed two billion dollar methanol refining project and southwest washington must include a full analysis of potential greenhouse gas emissions komo's eric heintz with the latest but the judge also let stand to permits for the project at the port of calama pending that limited review northwest innovation works wants to build a refinery that would produce up to ten thousand metric tonnes a day of methanol from natural gas piped in from north american sources then shipped to china in september a state board ruled that local officials failed to fully analyze the effects of emissions from the project and invalidated to shoreline permits another review of the project is already underway eric heintz komo news police in arlington investigating a vicious dog attack yesterday komo's tammy matassa reports tell me they heard screaming after a pit bull started attacking four to hold his witnesses arlington police are telling us a seventy six year old woman was rushed to providence everett medical center with severe injuries from the attack police say the dog escape from the owners yard an attack the people while they were going to the front door police say two people were hurt trying to stop that pit bull investigators say the.

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KOMO

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

"Widely used by the department deal president kevin stuck he denies wrongdoing gbs colored what the mayor is proposing must be negotiated first with the union spd says they have long sought better oversight when it comes to offduty work and that this is something departments across the nation are all trying to get a better handle better accountability is absolutely the king having the ability to have that oversight joyce are tracking systems and monitoring who's working he'd be where and when the mayor says one of his concerns is officers working so much that they're fatigued on the job it is good money and a lot of officers especially now words so expensive to live in our region they need that they may have kids in schools they may have desire for an extra vacation this year people told healthy they hope to get a software system soon to track poppas earth hours as well as their location jennifer sullivan komo news the port of kilometer has appealed the ruling that struck down permits for a two million billion dollar project to manufacture methanol from natural gas exporter to china the latest recall mosaic heintz northwest's innovation works wants to build the refinery that would produce up to ten thousand metric tonnes a day of methanol from natural gas piped in from north american sources the state shorelines hearings board ruled cal county and the port failed to fully analyze the effects of greenhouse gas emissions from the project in the ports appeal that said the environmental review fully disclosed potential greenhouse gas emissions and properly concluded it won't caused major environmental impacts north was innovation works won't appeal the decision will focus on assessing emissions of the project as ordered by the board eric heintz komo news time for thanksgiving holiday hands were handed out to workers at a construction site itself seattle merrill like jenny durkin joined striking workers from bulwark construction and mccurry bar and members of seattle workers for justice coalition to deliver the hand to their coworkers there's a big hamza gift to the construction workers from the coalition and community for all their hard work komo news time is ten forty tonight soccer playoffs sanders beat the houston dynamo twonil in at the elliot viagra brokers sports desk here's tom glasgow leading off with a ball apple cup of course on saturday at the dog house the huskies in.

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"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

"The budget approved three two two buddy county council is about three point six million dollars or less wood county executive dave summer zan earlier this fall the everett herald reports somers has the option of vetoing the budget bill last night he did not indicate if he would the council is expected to meet again to trim spending request to match the money collected port of calama has appealed the ruling that struck down permits for a two billion dollar project to manufacture methanol from natural gas exported to china the latest recall mosaic northwest's innovation works wants to build the refinery that would produce up to ten thousand metric tonnes a day of methanol from natural gas piped in from north american sources the state shorelines hearings board ruled cal its county and the it failed to fully analyze the effects of greenhouse gas emissions from the project in the ports appeal that said the environmental review fully disclosed potential greenhouse gas emissions and properly concluded it won't cause major invite mental impacts north was innovation works won't appeal the decision bohl focused assessing emissions of the project as ordered by the board eric heintz komo news komo news time eight forty soccer playoffs sounders two to the houston dynamo nil about two ninety two minutes into play and looks like that's the way it's going to go will give you the update a little bit later of course when it's over and right now the elliott they ought to brokers sports desk tom glasgow leading off with football apple cup of course on as saturday at the dog has the huskies in covers kicking off at five o'clock chris peterson talking about what impresses him must about the kooks i'll think of thing the jumps out to me is how good their defenses it's always bears no mike lee she's been there about that off anson everybody knows how prolific they are terms guam points moving the ball and what a great system they have an you know that hasn't changed but the thing that has changed the type of defense that they're playing and it's impressive and they do a great job those that gives plan carded and everybody struggles.

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"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

"At a chance of showers friday in downtown seattle word 45 remember will be into the '60s by thanksgiving day you're in the middle minutes of nonstop news komo at twelve 0 sex place of birth highway 167 we don't know for sure if that will show birth certificate of a baby born today but that's in hamburg bali regional fire reports they got a call from a couple at a gas station about an imminent childbirth apparently the expectant parents were headed to the hospital but didn't think they'd make it would medics arrive they tried to take the parents the rest of the wave but the baby wooden weight and the ambulance had to pull over on highway 167 the fire department says a little boy was delivered safely and the new family was taken to the hospital to recover the seattle city council expected to make a decision next month it could green light construction for a new micro apartment complex infineon rigid group of neighbors hoping to stop it though their main objection is to the fact that builder plans to include no parking spaces which was this time last year construction was set to begin on that fourstorey complex of 55 grow apartments but dirt has yet to be turn on the project because residents filed lawsuits blocking it when they learned there wouldn't be any parking for the new tenants the city says more than forty percent of the people who live there probably will need to get around those people who write the but also own a car ads irene wall with the group liveable finney she was on our of station caveat i today she said not putting in any parking means all those new neighbours will park on the street where it's already hard to find a spot we we may in fact be on a low trend toward fewer cars in the city but we are nowhere near the point at which we can tolerate euro parking building on it needs a on realities cities land use and zoning committee is expected to take this up in december carleen johnson komo news said we reached out to us out she members rob johnson and michael brian who leave the zone in committee but if not heard back the port of calama has appealed the decision by the state that invalidated chew permits for a two billiondollar project to manufacture methanol from natural gas northwest innovation works wants to build the refinery that.

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"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"northwest innovation works" Discussed on KOMO

"To be free to go who stole a man accused of killing his wife on the cruise ship patrick much seattle will not face the death penalty if convicted demands it ariza chalked dead inner cabinet july just days after the ship left seattle witnesses on the ship said kenneth manzanares had blood on his hands and clothes he pleaded not guilty to first degree murder charges the porter calama is appealing a decision by the state that invalidated two permits for a two billiondollar project to manufacture methanol for natural gas northwest innovation works wants to build the refinery that would produce up to ten thousand metric tonnes a day of methanol and send it to china to be used to make plastics and other consumer goods the state ruled officials from calitz county ed the port failed to fully analysed the impact of greenhouse gas emissions from the project the port says the environmental review fully disclosed potential greenhouse gas emissions and properly concluded it wouldn't caused major environmental impact amazon might likes of lake fraud property and kenmore now the one hundred acres in renton nora shovel ready side in tulalip all these and more suggested sites for the amazon headquarters at a joint pitch from king and still khomych counties as we hear from komo's corwin hake the two counties said they would can be hard to land amazon second world headquarters and they have a glossy pitch obtained by the news tribune extols the region's quality of life transit and education and it identifies tim locations from auburn to arlington amazon's immigration the presentation recommends kenmore 53 acre lake point property in renton the pitch suggests southport's eight million square feet nears 405 the.

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