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"northwest interagency fire coordination center" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"northwest interagency fire coordination center" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"According to Johns Hopkins University. At least 6.6 million Americans are infected, including 196,802 fatalities. Ah River swollen by Hurricane Sally's Raines could mean more problems for parts of the South Alabama in the Florida Panhandle. Sally had diminished to a tropical depression by late Wednesday, but still a rainmaker, is it Slowly moved into George on a path to the Carolinas. Authorities warning that rain from the storm could swell eight waterways in Florida and Alabama to record levels. Florida Governor Rhonda Scientist warning residents and visitors of possible river flooding in the coming days. The National Weather Service is the small city of Brewton. Alabama can expect moderate to major flooding. And fire incident, Report says Downed power lines sparked at least a 13 fires during a period of high winds last week between two Oregon communities of the report from the Northwest Interagency Fire Coordination Center said the blaze ignited between Mama and Detroit during peak winds on September 7th. It doesn't say to what extent those fire starts affected a larger separate blaze that started August 16th. Regulators say they have no information attributing a specific wildfire to any specific Oregon utility. A 72 year old man. Meanwhile, in California found dead in a vehicle and two others discovered on a roadway among the latest victims of the deadliest wildfire in that state Governor Gavin Newsom this saying more than 17,000 firefighters are battling some 25 major blazes that were sparked.

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"northwest interagency fire coordination center" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:31 min | 2 months ago

"northwest interagency fire coordination center" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news. I'm Jack Spear areas of coastal Alabama remain under a curfew tonight is debris and water from Hurricane Sally clogged roadways. As Miranda full more from member station W. Th Em reports are fun that remains for portions of the Florida Panhandle and southern Alabama. Much of Alabama's coast remains without power tonight as rain and winds from Hurricane Sally continue northeast across the state towards Georgia, Orlando cancel lives in Orange Beach. He says he wished he had acquired a generator and more food. Now, he says, they'll have to wait till the city's curfew is lifted. We didn't get the notice just been turned to a Category two into the very last minute. It was forecast very far west from us, and because of that we didn't take the necessary precautions. Cancel says It would be tough to leave their home now because many of the roads are still underwater. For NPR news. I Miranda full more in Birmingham, Alabama, incident reports are blaming more than a dozen wild fires have erupted in Oregon State on downed power line. Lines during a period of high winds between two communities east of Salem report from the Northwest Interagency Fire Coordination Center says the fire started September 7th during a period of peak winds apparently knocked down the lines. It wasn't clear how much of it affect those fires had on a separate fire that started back in August. Wildfires are burning across Oregon, California in other parts of the West, destroying millions of acres and covering cities and dense smoke. Dr Debra Birks of the White House corner virus Taskforce is visiting colleges and universities around the country to assess how they're fighting the pandemic as we'll be Harris with member station VF reports, Burkes came to Virginia Tech University today to learn what they've done right. While many college campuses have experienced major Corona virus outbreaks, Virginia Tech students and faculty have recorded a positive Corona virus test rate of 0.2% and Dr Burke says that success was not some lucky break universities that really spent the spring and summer creating detailed plans. And develop a strong incident command like they did hear our schools that are not only able to stay open but make the changes that they need based on the data that they're getting. Virginia Tech is one of the schools where researchers answered the call from Dr Burke to drop their plan studies and instead focus on Cove in 19. For NPR News. I'm Robbie Harris in Blacksburg, US consumers. We're still spending in August, though at a slower pace is millions of people have been getting an extra $600 a week and unemployment help from the federal government lost that boost of their incomes. Commerce Department reporting today. Retail sales rose 6/10 of a percent last month. That was the fourth straight monthly increase a mixed close on Wall Street. Today the Dow is up 36 points. The NASDAQ was down 139 points. The S and P fell 15 points. You're listening to NPR on on a Wednesday, September 16th your listening to K C R W Emily Repair L. Here's what's going on. It's six so for persistent fire crews are protecting the Mount Wilson Observatory and send Gabriel Foothill communities from the Bobcat Fire. More than 44,000 Acre fire was just a couple of 100 ft, away from the iconic observatory yesterday, and it's estimated $1 billion worth of broadcast towers. Nearby, crews were able to set backfires and create barriers. But the battle isn't over just yet the dangerous terrain still making it difficult for crews to get control of the Flyer, according to Oscar Vargas, a U. S. Forest Service division chief. It's so steep that it's challenging to get the firefighters upon the hill. So we rely on aircraft to put it out or slow it down so we can implement our tactics in front of the fire to keep it from growing crews are focused on preventing the fire from reaching homes in the foothills. Residents are still on high alert. Evacuation orders remain in effect for parts of Sierra Madre and Arcadia, thousands of others still under evacuation warnings. Fire also continues to produce large amounts of smoke, attributing to hazardous air all around. So, Cal. Smoke is especially bad near the fire where Arcadia resident Sara Neal lives. She spoke with CBS, too. I looked it up online. It's life for blocks away from here, and it doesn't even feel like it because it's so hazy. You can't see it spoke advisor remains in effect for the rest of today. Corona virus. Trends in L. A county had been on the decline since August, and in recent weeks the numbers of hospitalizations cases and deaths all nearing or below data. From April, However, L. A county is still in the most restrictive tier of the state's opening reopening road map because of the daily case rates, But things Maybe looking up. The county's Department of Public Health director Barbara Ferrer says continual decreases in these Met metrics could slide is to a lower risk soon if we don't see a surgeon cases and hospitalizations associated with activities over Labor Day, and we continue to reduce our rate of community transmission over the weeks ahead. We could enter tear to which is a less restrictive tear sometime in October. Still, she says, the county will continue to be stringent about what can and cannot open in an attempt to enforce social distancing and keep counting numbers. Lo. The department reported 31 new deaths and more than 1100 positive cases today, bringing the reported Countywide total to more than 256,000 more than 6300. People in the county have died from the virus. Support for NPR comes from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation flooded by the American people and the CMC Foundation, working to improve postsecondary educational outcomes for underserved students through evidence based innovation more at the CMC Foundation..

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"northwest interagency fire coordination center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:12 min | 2 months ago

"northwest interagency fire coordination center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I remember when I first learned you could take a flatworm cut it into two pieces and luck on weather and magical is precisely right. You make end up with two separate flatworms universe aside, no mortal blow. The killing stroke will not end my creature. Stan will make two of It's amazing and two what if the blade came to strike at us and our lives to tear us asunder? And what was something magical happened instead? Lanced abducted way probably present snap judgments toward something beat right after this short break. Stay too. From NPR News. I'm Jack Spear areas of coastal Alabama remain under a curfew tonight is debris and water from Hurricane Sally clogged roadways. Miranda full more from member station W th em reports are flood threat remains for portions of the Florida Panhandle and southern Alabama. Much of Alabama's coast remains without power tonight as rain and winds from Hurricane Sally continue northeast across the state towards Georgia. Orlando cancel lives in Orange Beach. He says he wished he had acquired a generator and more food. But now, he says, they'll have to wait till the city's curfew is lifted. We didn't get the notice is turned to category tuned to the very last minute. It was forecast very far west from us. And because of that we didn't take the necessary precautions. Cancel says it would be tough to leave their home now because many of the roads are still underwater for NPR news. I'm Miranda full more in Birmingham, Alabama, incident reports are blaming More than a dozen wild fires have erupted in Oregon State on downed power lines during a period of high winds between two communities east of Salem. Report from the Northwest Interagency Fire Coordination Center says the fire started September 7th during a period of peak winds apparently knocked down the lines. That wasn't clear how much it would affect those fires had on a separate fire that started back in August. Wildfires are burning across Oregon, California in other parts of the West, destroying millions of acres and covering cities and dense smoke. Dr Debra Birks of the White House corner virus Taskforce is visiting colleges and universities around the country to assess how they're fighting the pandemic as Robbie Harris with member station VF reports, Burkes came to Virginia Tech University today to learn what they've done right. While many college campuses have experienced major Corona virus outbreaks, Virginia Tech students and faculty have recorded a positive Corona virus test rate of 0.2% and Dr Burke says that success was not some lucky break universities that really spent the spring and summer creating detailed plans. And develop a strong incident command like they did hear our schools that are not only able to stay open but make the changes that they need based on the data that they're getting. Virginia Tech is one of the schools where researchers answered the call from Dr Bergs to drop their plan studies and instead focus on cove in 19. For NPR News. I'm Robin Harris in Blacksburg. US consumers. We're still spending in August, though at a slower pace is millions of people have been getting an extra $600 a week and unemployment help from the federal government lost that boost to their incomes. Commerce Department reporting today. Retail sales rose 6/10 of a percent last month. That was the fourth straight monthly increase. Mixed close on Wall Street Today the Dow is up 36 points. The NASDAQ was down 139 points. The S and P fell 15 points. We're listening to NPR. And this is WN my seat in New York on Sean Carlson. New York City public schools began online student orientation today, and many parents say they are distressed by staffing shortages across the city. Nina Cinelli says her son's first day of orientation included meeting a teacher. There's just one problem. It wasn't his teacher because his school hasn't matched him with an instructor yet, my kid get looking at me like we understand this is not my teacher. I don't understand, and he's confused. Rinse. Opals have said for months that they need more instructors to make the city's hybrid learning plan work. Mary Tabasco, says 2000 more teachers will be sent to schools this week. But many principles say they haven't arrived yet, and their union says they're going to need many more. Brooklynmuseum is putting 12 of its pieces up for auction to pay the cost of maintaining its other artworks. It's a sign of the deep financial told the corona virus pandemic has taken on cultural institutions. The Association of Art Museum directors has traditionally penalized museums for selling pieces to raise money for operating costs, but it temporarily lifted restrictions earlier this year. New York Times reports. The Brooklyn museum is the first to do so. Under the new guidelines, the museum's director, told the newspaper that the sale doesn't diminish the rest of the.

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Downed power lines sparked at least 13 fires in Oregon

WNYC Programming

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Downed power lines sparked at least 13 fires in Oregon

"Are blaming More than a dozen wild fires have erupted in Oregon State on downed power lines during a period of high winds between two communities east of Salem. Report from the Northwest Interagency Fire Coordination Center says the fire started September 7th during a period of peak winds apparently knocked down the lines. That wasn't clear how much it would affect those fires had on a separate fire that started back in August. Wildfires are burning across Oregon, California in other parts of the West, destroying millions of acres and covering cities and dense smoke.

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"northwest interagency fire coordination center" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:30 min | 11 months ago

"northwest interagency fire coordination center" Discussed on KOMO

"Units in twenty eighteen representing a sixteen percent jump over twenty thirteen if that trend continues the Seattle Times reports renters will be in the majority which is something Seattle hasn't seen since the nineteen fifties overall renters have been increasing in numbers in big cities around the country since the Great Recession the latest numbers show Miami as the city with the highest percentage of renters at about two thirds followed by New York City in Boston on the other end just one third of people living in Virginia beach for renters home ownership in Seattle was at its peak in the nineteen sixties when owners doubled the amount of renters hello Neil komo news requirement that landlords provided just because with me that someone is on the list of possible bills for next week's legislative session at a recent work session state senators heard from Maryland him who owns property in Seattle which requires landlords to justify addictions changes in law that we're encountering at the state and city level have been actually exist specially the city level have been a powerful disincentive for small mom and pop landlords without a lot of resources especially new ones to have a heavy financing burden truck crane a lawyer with the northwest justice project says tenets don't always know why they're being evicted but even if they suspect it's illegal they might advise them not to fight is what you're looking at is probably losing and then ending up with the judgments against you for attorneys fees court costs and other related charges to borders but possible bill say it would make the rules consistent rather than a Hodge podge of rules across the state another family affected by Aspergillus mold at Seattle children's hospital has now joined a class action suit against the facility the Hart family baby girl is still fighting that original infection inside the hospital was correct constant H. as the update on baby bath he is now fighting a nother infection and they're awaiting test to determine what has caused that infection the hats new with mom Katie was twenty weeks pregnant that their soon to be born baby would have a heart condition that would require open heart surgery right after she was born Beth was just five days old when she underwent that surgery in and are here at children's back in August you remember that a large have been shut down twice since twenty eighteen after Aspergillus mold with detected inside and children fell ill the baby recently had another open heart surgery as a result of the Aspergillus infection and she is now fighting to get well my greatest hope is that we get to the bottom of what happened that it never happens again that the people that allowed it happened are pulled out of positions of power at Seattle children's and we have reached out to Seattle children's you'll remember most of their ours have remained close were curious about how that construction is going to replace those air vents inside the ours were still waiting for an update on and off the next company police have identified the mother of all baby girl found dead on the side of a kit set county road fourteen years ago the infant's body was found wrapped in a trash bag in April of two thousand six but her mother was never located now using DNA evidence the deputy Scott Wilson says the mother has been identified we were able to eventually tracked a DNA sample and it was towards a set of people in the Montana area specifically flathead county but since the mother died last year charges are not being filed in her name is not being released fire ravaged Australia has put out a call for help around the world in that call is being answered here come was Brian Calvert tells us the northwest has offered resources to help fight the flames there are now fifty American firefighters in Australia ten of them are from Washington and Oregon when they arrived at the airport we received a hero's welcome Chuck Russell is a northwest manager for the U. S. National Park Service that's why we're here we're here to fit into their system the best we can for them to release for the express passes jokes is this is unlike anything we've ever seen state side Chrystie Coley with the northwest interagency fire coordination center just right the very good three wires have been burning well over three months and it's now summer in Australia meaning gusty winds in triple digit heat may prompt a call for even more help Brian Calvert komo news companies time nine forty and from the Harley exteriors sports desk health is a big factor in Sunday's NFC playoff game between the hawks and Packers here's como's bill Schwartz the Seattle Seahawks crossing their fingers hoping left tackle Duane brown knee feels well enough to play in Sunday's NFC divisional game a Green Bay and away and to some work yesterday in doing working in the day so he won't practice today but it's encouraging signs about him mean Americans return man so we'll see that since we won't know till late coach Pete Carroll says defensive end Ziggy on says next thing is getting better the Seahawks are underdogs against the Packers in the NFC divisional game Kellen Moore is staying on with the new Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy so take the Prosser native and former Boise state quarterback out of the equation to become the university of Washington's offense of coordinator up freshman I see a steward maybe college basketball's mid season wouldn't award watch list he and the Huskies play hoops that stand for tomorrow night five thirty broadcast on come all news major league baseball's twenty twenty schedule is out there will be games played in London England San Juan Puerto Rico.

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"northwest interagency fire coordination center" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"northwest interagency fire coordination center" Discussed on KOMO

"About how the Max was certified in the first place Boeing holds a certain oversight powers leaving the FAA in the dark about the finer details of how plain meets minimum safety standards now as Ian Duncan reports in The Washington Post the FAA once even less hands on oversight of aviation safety and Ian joins me on the call on whose line good afternoon it seems counter intuitive that the FAA wants to reduce their hands on presence as you put it especially in light of those crashes why is the FAA going in this direction the industry in the process you know to have less to do with that regulate is but I think that the the old rule that they have to follow it connects to detailed intermediation achieve the bottom line subject to which obviously is making our plans to say bands D. FAA have been looking for ways to listen to that point of view and then find ways to maybe step back and give the company the way to meet that big picture go without ing face today now within the FAA does there seem to be much internal debate about whether or not this should happen yeah which have been hearing from people who think that they would be able to actually do some of these things in a way that will safety and the thinking of the criticism of buying around to Max has been that they were moving too quickly to get trying out the door and they wanted to ensure that that then and have to have this extensive training for for pilots and so we've been hearing from people who worried that he's giving the industry can more say well actually need to wear a safety because safety just isn't that always that kind of top interest now if we were to do a little bit of a a scenario role play here with hindsight how would the M. Cass issue have played out if it was an industry group that was in charge of all the regulating Boeing still likely would have done some testing but how much information about the M. castus them really we have come to light for the public that's not clear I mean at the public doesn't get a ton of information about this even under the current system I think if you read some of the investigations into the design of the M. cast there were little bits and pieces of it got to different parts of the FAA as is going through the certification process best take if the if you have a different list of moralistic will view is the kind of buzz at that people use that the holes or system have been looked at and even if maybe some of the details were not as as could clear that he would have had a sort of more confidence that the the entire plan all the different bits of it that interested him on as a with safe and see that's the cataphracts was hard to know or if it would have been better or worse than to try system act as the winter Iain Duncan with us on komo news transportation reporter for The Washington Post you can find his article online at washingtonpost dot com thank you in thanks a lot come on it's time to thirty eight Washington firefighters will soon join the aggressive firefight in California they've been called up from agencies all across the state including Louis county the tri cities and he sighed fire and rescue to California firefighters suffered burns Sunday fighting the can Kate fire which is destroyed about a hundred homes and other buildings Dan o'brien is at the northwest interagency fire coordination center something like thirty three crews and upwards of thirty pieces of equipment all told his better nine hundred people out of the state and federal resource capacity several strike teams and equipment left early this morning headed south including specialty brush trucks that can go offroad fight fires in an effort to recruit more women local fire agencies held a workshop yesterday to simulate fire fights on the front lines eleven agencies took part teaching the group first hand about having a career in firefighting or being a paramedic the hope is that those who are interested would take the next step and apply for such work two new cases of measles have been reported this from the Portland area but it happened at the International Airport so there's worry that it could be more wide spread so far in Washington this year there've been eighty six cases of measles symptoms typically develop about seven to ten days after exposure they include high fever cough runny nose red watery eyes and of course that tell tale rash former U. S. secretary of defense general James Mattis nominated today for the congressional gold medal the gold medal is the highest honor the U. S. Congress can bestow U. S. representative Dan new houses hill introduced a bill to honor the tri city resident for his distinguished military career his character and his patriotism the legislation will be introduced today and has the support of the entire washed in congressional delegation general Mattis served as defense secretary under president trump before resigning in late twenty eighteen kites cone whose at two forty time to check in again at the Harley exterior sports desk with como's bill for Seattle Sounders are big soccer underdogs in LA it's a giant hurdle to clear Tuesday night when Sounders kick against major league soccer's record setting LA FC with Seattle coach Brian Spencer won't spend too much time playing up to David versus.

"northwest interagency fire coordination center" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"northwest interagency fire coordination center" Discussed on KOMO

"Fire near vantage still blocked lanes in both directions of interstate ninety komos currently johnson with latest this fire estimated at about 1800 acres is now thirty percent contained that it's still going in trucks and equipment are staged a long i ninety near vantage as flames did jump the interstate last night this is state trooper brian moore conditions are extremely dryer we have in god we definitely go meet anymore fyre cay another fire force residents out over the weekend in adams county carol connolly with the northwest interagency fire coordination centre unfortunately there was one structure to droid single as well as a minor structure in that fire however firefighters have made good progress on out pirated currently forty one percent contain up to thirty homes entered around othello were under mandatory evacuation orders sunday the cause of that fire under investigation carleen johnson komo news time now to check in with bill sports from the sportsdesk and when it comes to the seattle mariners playoff selves there's some good news and some not so good news what start with the bad news seattle did not hit pitch play defense around the bases well and losing all four games against the la angel's the good news the red hot halo's have left town bad news the mariners are now two games out of the second wild card and host and other hungry playoff minded team baltimore these are the last three home games for the mariners in the month of august the good news they played better on the road and seven ten tonight right hander yovani gallardo on the mound at safeco against his former orioles teammates kevin gals men starts for the birds to come rainiers go for a.

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"northwest interagency fire coordination center" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"northwest interagency fire coordination center" Discussed on KOMO

"But when members of this group tried to walk around police lines created to keep the two groups apart violence erupted trying trying to move blocked the street off it three directions which is trying to get through it start of acp most of this group never made it to westlake there was no property damage and no injuries reported at either event brian calvert komo news a fastmoving brush fire near vantage still blocking lanes in both directions of i five i 90 rather carlos calling johnson with the latest ceasefire estimated at about 1800 acres is now thirty percent contained that it's still going and fire trucks in equipment are staged a long i ninety near vantage as flames did jump the interstate last night this is state trooper brian moore conditions are extremely dryer we who in we definitely goatmeat anymore buyers on may interstate another fire force residents out over the weekend in adam sms county carol connolly with the northwest interagency fire coordination centre unfortunately there was one structure droid single president as well as a minor structure in that fire however firefighters have made good progress on out pirated currently forty one percent contain up to thirty homes in and around off fell all were under mandatory evacuation orders sunday the cause of that fire under investigation carleen johnson komo news coming up how much should landlords know about their tenants i'm corwin hake a ban on criminal history checks up for a vote today i nancy barrick new city action on new rules for car campers until september birth it's a little four final hour.

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"northwest interagency fire coordination center" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"northwest interagency fire coordination center" Discussed on KOMO

"News center three people were arrested during protests seattle yesterday afternoon comost brian calvert recap sur could touches saturday in the city the group patriot prayer had planned their rallied west like long before what happened in charlottesville saturday any violence especially after awhile the yesterday over a denny parka couder group which also had planned their march before the tragic events began to march toward the west like event hey but when members of this group tried to walk around police lines created to keep the two groups apart violence erupted trying to move blocked the street off at three directions we just tried to get through keep protests safe and nonviolent today keycutting executive dow custody releasing this statement to the white supremacists at fascists we fought a civil war against slavery i'd you lost we fought a world war against fascism and you lost today we stand united against the hateful rhetoric you have brought to our community and you will lose again fastmoving brush fire near vantage still blocked lanes in both directions on interstate ninety as we hear from coal scotty johnson this fire estimated at about 1800 acres is now thirty percent contained that it's still going and fire trucks than equipment are staged a long i ninety near vantage as flames did jump the interstate last night this is state trooper brian moore conditions are extremely dryer we have um in we definitely goatmeat anymore fires along the ah interstate another fire forced residents out over the weekend in adams county carol connolly with the northwest interagency fire coordination centre unfortunately there was one structure destroyed a single breath bent as well over minor structure in that fire however firefighters have made good progress on out pirated currently forty one percent contain up to thirty homes in and around othello were under mandatory evacuation orders sunday the cause of that fire under investigation carleen johnson komo news coming up how much landlords know about their tenants i'm corwin hake a ban on criminal history checks up for a vote today the state wants tuden's to learn a second language by frank lenzi without some educators are trying to find people qualified to teach them four we check on monday morning aaa traffic update.

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