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"Oakville. From ABC News signed Chuck Sivertsen. Police have one arrested. They're looking for another suspected gunman in last night's mass shooting in Austin, Texas. 14 wounded two critically. ABC s Michelle Franzen, Austin Police chief Joseph Shaken says as shots rang out. We had officers actually in that block, helping to provide life saving measures and also helping EMS get the injured to hospitals. In some cases, they transported those victims in their police vehicles. So not to delay that care going. Hold The shooting an isolated incident between two parties remembrance in Orlando, Florida tonight come in love and because of love. Four Our loved one ceremony limited to survivors, victims, families and first responders held tonight in Orlando for those shot to death in the pulse Nightclub massacre five years ago. On June 12 2016 49 Angels sought the joy, love and acceptance at Pulse nightclub. Instead. They found hatred, and they never came home. URL Crittenden, board chairman of the one Pulse Foundation, created after the shooting, offering scholarships to many ABC News has learned that the man who caused the Los Angeles to Atlanta Delta flight last night to divert Was an off duty Delta flight attendant. The airline confirms he never tried to break into the cockpit or open the aircraft door. ABC is Todd and authorities say he assaulted two flight attendants and made terroristic threats, saying he was going to take down the plane. Passenger Benjamin Curly was in the back of the plane. The pilot made an announcement and said all able by men please come to the fore. There's an emergency. Into the front Delta flight 17 30 was diverted to Oklahoma City was taken to a hospital, police say is being questioned by the FBI. Medical experts say the delta Covid variant, first detected in India in the UK is spreading in the U. S, but seems to be stopped by the vaccines. The US is approaching 600,000 total confirmed Covid deaths. Still about 300 a day you're listening to ABC news. Maybe you can relate to this. A lot of people think they're stuck with their health plan. It cost too much, or for whatever reason, they just don't like it. The great news. You're not stuck with it. There is a choice. It's called. Medicine share and you could save so much. The typical savings for family is 500 Bucks a month..
Fighting a Racist 184-Year-Old Law
"Harry is the chairman of the jehovah's tribe in washington state. But don't let that high title fool you into thinking that he's just some kind of suit. I'm not the suit and tie kind of Chairman if i have a pool shirt on unjust it's gotta talking to us ages. Wears a red t-shirt. He says it reminds him of his grandchildren. One of my favorite shirts. That says papa bear on it with the old guy with a couple of his grandkids. Harry's always been this kind of family fist guy. He still lives close to where he grew up in oakville which is the small town that borders and overlaps with a halo reservation. And is harry grew up. They weren't that many jobs in the area. And since the mid ninety s the tribes brave new has been pretty dependent on one source. The lucky eagle casino. So a few years ago. Harry's tribe was looking to find a broad range of ways to make money for the tribe one of the items on the whiteboard that came up was why not a distillery. I mean it. it's it's been coming. It's booming and seattle. It was on just one of those boats that we didn't miss the tribal latest imagined a huge restaurant in bah with a distillery out. The back would serve meals like fish and chips. Harry's favourite own back with a cocktail made from their own vodka and whisky so they partner with an expert. Distiller the head blueprints grown up. The site was chosen ready for construction and then one day in the trial. Hey quotas the jehovah's attorney came rushing over and he said we've got a problem in old law from eighteen thirty four that says distilleries in indian country not allowed and they will be destroyed if you build one so that kinda put a stop to everything.
"oakville" Discussed on KOMO
"Oakville the news you need now from ABC News. I'm Chuck's Iverson a long weekend and then closing arguments are next for the jury and the murder trial of the former police officer accused of killing George Floyd. Taking the microphone. Derek Sheldon told the court that he has decided to invoke his Fifth Amendment right not to testify My Fifth Amendment privilege today and with that his defense rested its case after two days of testimony from witnesses, who said That show Van's use of force against George Floyd was reasonable and that Floyd died of a cardiac event not from a lack of oxygen due to the restraint by police. Marco Malard ABC News Block From the show been trialing Brooklyn Center, Minnesota police officer will make her first court appearance. Kim Potter charged with second degree manslaughter in the shooting death of 20 year old, Don t right. Uncovered. In testimony in front of the House subcommittee, Dr Anthony Fauci said. The U. S is currently in a race between vaccinations and the resurgence of the virus, he says Getting Americans vaccinated is even more critical as those highly contagious variants continue to spread. The good news is that one of the variance that's becoming dominant in this country that be 117 Which was originally recognized in the United Kingdom is very well covered by the vaccines that we are using all his officials. ABC News Washington is a pause and administering Johnson and Johnson's covert vaccine after six women developed rare but serious blood clots. Despite that, White House press secretary Jen Psaki says rates of vaccinations are still steady today. We reported over 3.5 million covert shots by sorry today. It was reported from yesterday. Of course, but we had 3.5 million covert shots. Yesterday. This is a new Thursday. Record new sanctions in response to several issues with Russia are to be announced as a senior Biden administration official to The Associated Press. Citing a big Russian hacking campaign against federal agencies and election interference. You're listening to ABC.
"oakville" Discussed on KOMO
"Oakville The news you need now. Someone who's times seven o'clock from ABC News. I'm shocked secrets and denying an explosive allegation, claiming a former Justice Department official is trying to extort millions from him, saying his father wore a recording device in the investigation. A Florida Republican congressman, a source confirming that the Justice Department was investigating representative Matt Gates over claims he had a sexual relationship with 17 year old Girl Gates, denying those claims, saying someone was trying to exit Toward him and his family, and they were cooperating with the FBI to catch the criminals. As for the women, Gates, telling Axios, he's quote absolutely confident None of them were underage and revealed ABC News Off duty. Minneapolis firefighter Genevieve Hanson broke down in tears at the murder trial of Derek showman, the ex cop who put his knee on George Floyd's neck on the ground. Hansen said she felt helpless and desperate when the police prevented her from giving medical aid to Floyd. Officers were leaning over his body and With must have appeared to have be the majority of their weight on Mr Boyd Trial resumes tomorrow show them has pleaded not guilty. Emergency shelter for unaccompanied migrant Children and teens at Fort Bliss, Texas, was expected to receive 500 Children, according to U. S. Health Department. Officials today by administration has ramped up capacity. President Biden is expected to unveil tomorrow what he calls his next major priority of big infrastructure package price tag expected to range between 2 to $3 Trillion the goal to jolt the economy by rebuilding the nation's roads, rails and bridges. But Biden wants to go well beyond that, calling for investments in broadband access electric systems in manufacturing by one estimate, it could create 2.3 million jobs. By 2024. ABC News senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce G. Gordon Liddy, a mastermind of the Watergate burglary is dead at 90 here, listening to ABC News. It's all about the nose. It's your air filter the first line of defense against bacteria and viruses. If too many germs gets stuck in your nose. Guess what you get sick. That's why it's so important to keep your nose clean. Just like washing your hands. Nasal irrigation gets rid of germs by rinsing the nasal cavity. But neti pots are hard.
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"Oakville. From ABC News. I'm Richard can sue. It's inauguration Eve. Joe Biden becomes president on Wednesday and security in the nation's capital is getting even tighter. As the hours tick closer to bite and putting his hand on the Bible security here is ramping up more barricades. People are unable to walk around Maura of Washington. Hotels were dignitaries. You're staying now. Federal agents search anybody coming in today, Bridges in the Washington or closing, all leading up to tomorrow. A. B C's Alex Stone in Washington unlikely there'll be any approvals today, but Senate committees will take up Biden's national security nominees. Senate squeezing in hearings for four major Cabinet officers today, secretaries of Homeland Security, Treasury defense State and the director of National intelligence All lesson 24 hours until Joe Biden is sworn in. That means the new president will likely have no confirmed Cabinet secretaries when he takes office. Typically, the Senate holds hearings and quickly confirms appointments. The Republican controlled Senate delayed that that changes Wednesday when Democrats take control of the Senate A B C's Andy Field in Washington when he becomes president. Biden plans designed roughly a dozen executive orders undoing a lot of his predecessors work. Evil, immediately rejoined. The Paris climate accord reportedly canceled the Keystone pipeline and will reverse the so called Muslim travel ban. And and take the first step in his fight against Cove it mandating masks on federal lands and extending the paws of student loan payments. A B C's Mary Bruce, the president will also send Congress and immigration reform bill, including an eight year path to citizenship. The Sun says Pro Life Action League founder Joe Scheidler died at home in Chicago pneumonia, Scheidler formed the group in 1980. His legal battle with the National Organization for Women produced the Supreme Court ruling that a federal law against extortion was improperly used to punish anti abortion demonstrators. Joe Scheidler was 93 You're listening to.
Trader Joes Napa Oakville Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 Review
"And cheap wine fighter.com coming again with a kind of a fun one. Well, at least it was fun like adults playing until off the fires and Napa Valley half and all the tragedy and people lost their lives and grape Vineyards that have burned and raped Wineries and people lost their life's work off. But rather to be a downer when I dressed wine, this one is called the Trader Joe's Platinum Reserve Cabernet, Sauvignon, Oakville, Napa Valley 2018 lot 97 There have been a couple of bumper crops in Napa Valley Sonoma that area so there was Surplus and then the covid-19 off but these are wines and so to restaurants and for parties and none of that's going on right now. So there was a trip plus and there was going to be a great many wines that were going to be a prices. They usually never AR CNET and Trader Joe's was starting to show this was a velour the Palm Spring Mountain at Atlas Peak and there might be another one all Napa some Indian from a high-end subdivision small places. I think the Oak Grove that's where Screaming Eagle is front Screaming Eagles when it was 100 Point perfect lines themselves in the thousands of dollars and I figured out I'm going to have a 1490. I have one that off. Ghost videos of Vineyard within two miles of that place or or something like that. I don't know where the vineyard is. They don't tell you that when you're paying $49 for high-end. Well, I'll tell you about you all the details, you know with Cooperage what force the old came from who's arrived start with winemaker the history of the winery all and for the price of these things and when you don't offer you get cheaper, so I don't know if there's still going to be a a glut is just the last gasps Trader Joe's were you want to run out and find these small production wines? I think there was a little bit less than five thousand cases. There's twelve thousand twelve bottles off the case for each of these but which you know is a lot of wine, especially when it's a nationwide distribution. So, you know on a Thursday Supposed to go to continue there's resorting lions and in the works that are coming our way out of cheap price, but you know a lot of that, you know a big deal any more with the fires are happening there and you'll see the devastation and I know you know people lost their lives people of lost history things. They worked on forever. You know, I just saw a man who had 100,000 bottles in one of his buildings in the building burned burned out. It's just, you know, it's crazy drink to him. I'm going to do that. So I don't know if this is gonna be the last of the cheap wines from Napa Valley. They're coming up or what? But they're good the 1499. There's over those got a nose that is worth you just smelling it all the different Roma's going on in there is worth forty nine thousand. I mean you don't get that and just regular then there is a reason why these Appalachians are famous and this is a 2018. It's not a young age worthy. Why that's drink it now. Maybe you could put it away for a couple of years if you want to you know, but it doesn't need to you can drink it right now, but it tastes great. It's got a lot of flavor. It's got its Sleek doesn't have a lot of Weights medium weight on the palate. It's liquid has a ton of flavor. It's you know, it's just kind of flows money's nice deal II 1499. It kicks butt Trader Joe's says that it's if it were a retail branded. Did you have an air brand on it? What's so for about $30 and $30 Napa cabs are starting to really ride, you know that when it starts getting more expensive a lot of that is because of its more often. It's it's rarer line mean, there's not enough to go around you gotta pay to get them but you really hitting some really good wines when you get dirty on the upper end or you can go higher the 13 get you some good one. And and this
Canadian auto workers pick Ford as potential strike target
"Representing auto workers in Canada says its chosen Ford is its potential strike target is talks on a new contract it underway. Unions contract with the Big Three Detroit car companies expired. 11 59 PM September 21st. Lady in Auto Workers union says that once product commitments from Ford's Assembly plant in Oakville, Ontario, near Toronto,
Canadian auto workers pick Ford as potential strike target
"Is the strike target for the Canadian auto workers in their contract off or does the focus for the Uniform Union and sending a pattern settlement in Canada with the Detroit Three automakers. The strike deadline is September 21st uniforms. President Jerry Dyas says Ford workers at the Oakville, Ontario plants are the most vulnerable because there is no promise to continue building vehicles. Their uniform wants. Commitments for plants, especially electric vehicle production talks began last month. Vacationer. W J R NEWS
Crews battle brush fire near I-5 in Seattle
"In Lynn, with a possible brush fire has fire crews arriving on the scene. It's itself about the step on lines of altar would Maul Parkway just south of 164 Street. There is smoke over the roadway, so use caution through the area. You're watching a medical emergency in Seattle on Brooklyn Avenue northeast just south of North East forties, third straight partially blocking and in Oakville Road Construction on Highway 12. Has the roadway reduced to just one late at Anderson Road Traffic is being alternated through that work zone, and there are backups of about 1/2 a mile in each direction.
"oakville" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"oakville" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"On February twenty six, two, thousand, twelve, already Hughes, and his wife were eating dinner on the back deck of their long, island home. It wasn't unseasonably mild night, and they were happy to be outside enjoying the nice weather together. A plane flew overhead taking off from the nearby JFK airport. As it passed. Raindrops fell on the Hughes backyard. Suddenly Mrs Hughes Screen. She held her hand to her face where a droplet of oily black sludge clung to her skin. The DREK had splattered on the table. The grill their clothes everything. Thinking at first that the plane might be leaking fuel already dialed nine one one. The dispatcher on the other end of the line quickly countered with Disgusting News. They've been doused in treated sewage. A few quick calls to the New York Port Authority and the Federal Aviation. Administration or FAA confirmed what the dispatcher had said. The Hughes's were the victims of Disgusting Downpour. If OAKVILLE was the site of a similar incident. This would also explain the mysterious illness that swept through the town. Human waste can contain many toxic or Bacteria like E. coli and Salmonella often live in our intestines without causing issues. However, they're dangerous when ingested through the mouth or absorbed through the nose, or is most commonly people, contract, E coli, or Salmonella infections after eating improperly cooked or cleaned food. When you come into contact with this bacteria, touching your face or neck without washing your hands can transfer to your mouth when swallowed the harmful microorganisms can cause dizziness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and fever. Complaining of exactly those symptoms Oh Cvilians flocked to McCleary hospital in the days after the Blob fall-outs. Dr Little initially diagnosed his patients with a type of inner ear. Infection called many years disease. When he later learned of the waste theory, he agreed that it sounded like a probable cause for the symptoms. He even went a step further blaming antifreeze in the airline toilets for the more severe symptoms. Most airline chemical toilets are treated with. To keep the waste from icing over at a high altitude. If? It were left to freeze inside the plane. It could damage the storage tank and possibly leak out. Antifreeze, ingestion or contamination can cause a loss of coordination, dizziness, fatigue, nausea and vomiting. Symptoms reported by Oakville residents. Antifreeze in the BLOBS could also explain why some animals like Dottie. hearns kitten died after ingesting them. If left untreated severe antifreeze poisoning can lead to kidney, failure and eventual death. This occurs twenty four to seventy two hours after initial contact with the anti freeze. DOTTY hearns kitten passed away three days after I eating a blob exactly fitting that timeline. So the facts lined up. Mike wiler Mike. Mcdowell and Dr David Little All thought that an airplane waste dump could explain the enigmatic oakville blogs armed with this information. Sunny Bark lift called the FAA in August nineteen ninety four. Sunny reached Dick Meyer the spokesman for the FAA based in Seattle, Washington she described the blogs and explain the symptoms of the people in town. Myers response was disappointing whatever the blobs were, they were unequivocally, not airline waste. Meyer had three definitive reasons why he believed the airlines weren't to blame. The I had to do with regulations. According to Meyer planes would never intentionally drop their waste. Most pilots don't even have a means to release it well inside the cockpit. Almost all dumping incidents are accidental and incur heavy fines and restrictions, therefore airplane waste jetsons are rare and most alleged cases half alternative nations. An FAA investigation in two thousand fifteen found that the Messi incident that the Hughes's residence wasn't caused by an airplane. Unfortunately for the Hughes, experts weren't able to determine what the sludge really was, but one of the deciding factors in the investigation was the color of the muck. It was black and oily. which brings us to Meyer second point. Airplanes sewage is blue. When human waste enters in airline toilet? It mixes with a chemical deodorizer called Ano- Tek. Nicknamed blue. Juice Ano- tech is the same chemical found in porta-pottys. Result waste from planes is dyed a bright shade of blue. It wouldn't be clear like the OAKVILLE blobs or black like the falling waste in Long Island. Meyer admitted that it sometimes possible on rare occasions for airline waste to leak out and fall to the ground. However, this wouldn't look anything like the BLOBS. Meyer explained that commercial aircraft designed in the nineteen sixties and nineteen seventies were notorious for issues with their plumbing systems. The average service life of a commercial airplane is twenty five years, so it's reasonable to think some planes flying over Oakville in Nineteen ninety-four were built in the nineteen sixties or nineteen seventies. Inside these planes, the internal valves, connecting their pipes and tanks were prone to leaks and treated waste sometimes seeped out. This blue liquid then used across the plains exterior. When it made contact with the air, it would freeze into blue ice that stuck to the body of the airplane. During the plane's descent, this blue eyes could break off and Corinne towards the ground. Though, most blue ice melts long before it reaches. Terra Firma, some larger chunks survived the fall. If the OAKVILLE blobs were caused by airline dumping. They look like pieces of bright. Blue, eyes there is no reason for an airplane's waste to follow small clear blobs of Gelatin. In the ice would only rain down once per flight. This brings us to Myers third reason why the blobs couldn't be airline waste the frequency of their appearance. As we mentioned the BLOBS pelted Oakville six times over the course of three weeks for blue ice to reach the ground, it would have to have fallen.
"oakville" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"The clouds and didn't fall during the first rainstorm. But the still wouldn't explain six separate blob falls. If, they all came from the same cluster of clouds over the course of three weeks. They wouldn't land in the exact same town. Just like a hurricane moves along a storm path, any remaining blobs would have traveled with the clouds since there were no other reports of mysterious blobs, raining and other towns during that August, we know microscopic jellyfish bits didn't stay in the sky for long. So the OAKVILLE blogs weren't the result of a single waterspout. For this theory to work, jellies would have been sucked into the sky six separate times. Since this was already a freak occurrence. It's too unlikely that it would happen on multiple occasions in the same region in one month. Not only that but OAKVILLE is fifty miles inland from where the bomb tests were conducted. It's extremely implausible that the clouds containing the jellyfish parts would travel that far before finally raining down as blobs. Although animal rain hasn't been extensively studied or tracked by meteorologists. Normally the creatures fall relatively close to where they were sucked up. If the BLOBS were a type of animal rain, they should have showered an area after to the coast. There's also the issue of this stench, or in this case the lack thereof. If the OAKVILLE blobs were recently deceased jellyfish. They would smell. If there were very fresh, they might have a briny sent like the see. They came from, but remember these hypothetical jellyfish remains traveled fifty miles to Oakville. They'd have begun decomposing the moment. They were blown to pieces. By the time they rain down on the town. The decaying jelly would smell like. Well a dead animal, but no one in Oakville ever reported smelling anything. Additionally. There's one last puzzle piece that isn't explained by the jellyfish theory. If these were jellyfish pieces, why did multiple scientists find human and bacterial cells inside the blogs? Over the course of five different analyses, scientists found human white blood cells in the blogs as well as bacteria normally found in the human gut. There's no way these cells could have lived in any other species, which means the blobs weren't jellyfish. While the presence of human cells discredits the jellyfish argument, it bolsters another theory. Some residents of Oakville believed that the blobs came from a more sinister source. They were illegally dumped on the town by commercial airplanes. The human cells were present because the blobs came from human waste. Coming up the grocer side of bys. Looking for a new true crime series to dive into then you'll want to hear this to commemorate fourth anniversary park cast, and the team behind unsolved murders are taking a closer. 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After the explained Blob rains in August nine, hundred, ninety, four many Ville, citizens theorize the falling Goo came from deceased jellyfish, but the presence of human and bacterial cells inside the blogs suggested they could only come from a person. The lab at McCleary hospital identified human white blood cells floating in the BLOBS. White blood cells were also found by epidemiologist Mike McDowell at the Washington state health lab. Mike Osweiler. The head of the hazardous materials spills response team at the Washington State Department of Ecology, also discovered white blood cells in his specimen. Additionally Mike McDowell discovered pseudomonas fluorescence, which can live on human skin. He also found enter a b-actor Clo- achey, which thrives in the human intestinal system both Osweiler and another researcher Tim Davis suspected that the blobs came from people. Somehow someone had shed sells high in the sky, only for them to rain down on OAKVILLE. Osweiler and Davis here is that the BLOBS came from commercial airplane toilets. OAKVILLE sits under a number of flight paths. The town is seventy seven miles southeast of the Seattle Tacoma International Airport, and one hundred seven miles directly north of the Portland. Airport So aircraft had the opportunity to dump excess waste over Oakville, but when a toilet is used on board a plane, the excrement isn't released into the air to fall to the ground below instead it's flushed into a sewage tank. When the aircraft lands, the tank is removed emptied at the airport and replaced..
"oakville" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"When the bellinger's came upon the king crab graveyard in August nineteen ninety-four. They didn't quite know what to think. They eventually assumed the gooey balls that covered the beach where pieces of jellyfish tossed ashore by the mysterious explosions. Meanwhile a similar substance carpeted OAKVILLE. Their blogs rained from the sky with no explanation, covering twenty square miles of the town in clear gelatin. The to Blob fallout seemed related, but were geographically isolated. No one reported any unexplained goop in the fifty miles between Oakville and ocean shores, nor could anyone come up with a common explanation for both incidents. Some OAKVILLE residents joke that somehow jellyfish had traveled from the deep ocean to fall on the small timberline town. When news of the bellinger's discovery reached OAKVILLE. People took the jellyfish explanation more seriously. This brings us to our first theory that the term. OAKVILLE BLOBS was a misnomer. They were actually OAKVILLE jellies. Jellyfish from the Pacific. Ocean were sucked into the sky and rain down over Oakville, causing illness among the populace. In the Pacific Ocean off. The coast of Washington state an Alien World Lurks just beneath the surface. Here during the summer months jellyfish bloom or gather in large groups close to the coast. Normally. The blooms drift peacefully and eventually returned to the sea, but in August nineteen, ninety four, the US Air Force conducted test. Bombing runs just off of ocean shores Washington. For the exercise, the three hundred fifty four, th fighter squadron took off from mcchord Air Force. Base. They flew one hundred miles to ocean shore with dropped their charges in the see. The explosions decimated the jellyfish blooms, blowing pieces of the creatures into the sky. The remains could have been sucked up in passing storm clouds and later fell on Oakville though it sounds outlandish. This wouldn't be the first time animals rain down from above. Since ancient times, the incredible phenomenon of animal rain has captured the human imagination. Everything from frogs and fish to golf, balls and coffee creamer have poor down from the sky. In many of these cases, the explanation for the strange precipitation is simple. When wind rain and air pressure are all just right? waterspouts conform over bodies of water. These are weaker than tornadoes, but have similar locomotive and destructive power. Sometimes waterspouts, pickup, fish or frogs, and suck them into the clouds the next time it rains or snows, the animals fold down with the precipitation. Washington state has heavy annual rainfall and lots of stormy weather possibly shortly after the air force's bombing runs a waterspout formed over the ocean and sucked up the jellyfish remains. That were blown into the air. This theory would explain why the blobs only fell during storms. It also accounts for another effect of the blogs, a widespread mysterious illness that afflicted anyone who touched them. The most common jellyfish along the Washington coast are translucent moon, jellies and Yellow Tinged Fried Egg Jellyfish The latter is named for the Yellow Yolk like caloric action at the center of their bells, giving the appearance of a fried egg. Neither of these jellies are very poisonous and humans would only feel a mile burning sensation from most stings, but stings unsensitive areas, or even accidental ingestion of their venomous cells could cause nausea and vomiting. The area is also home to the much more dangerous lion's Mane. Jelly and sea nettle both have powerful stinging tentacles and are much more dangerous than Moon jellies or fried egg jellyfish. The, sea nettles venom alone can paralyze small fish and feels like a bee sting to humans. If. These jellies were blown apart in an explosion and then rain down over OAKVILLE. Perhaps their toxins were then absorbed by people who touch them. As Unlikely as it may sound at first, the jellyfish theory makes sense. The town's residents seem to think so to. One local bar even invented accustomed drink called the jellyfish made of ten Bata and juice. But Sunny Barclay, if woman who led the investigation of the BLOBS, didn't by the explanation when she heard it after the first blob fall, and is August continued in the blobs returned on multiple occasions. The holes in the jellyfish hypothesis became more transparent. The OAKVILLE. blobs remained down a total of six times in August nineteen, ninety-four in Sonny's opinion. This didn't line up with the jellyfish theory. It's possible. A bloom of jellyfish was blown to pieces and sucked up into a waterspout, but she argued that if that had happened, the jellies would only fall with precipitation once according to National Geographic's Carol Sumika Lazio, when animal rains occur, the storm clouds empty in stages. The first thing to fall is the heaviest material which in this case means the animals. The rain follows after. So the fact that the blobs descended with the rain suggests they didn't come from the clouds or the jellyfish pieces had to weigh about the same as the raindrops. That means every BLOB had to be about one one thousandth of an ounce, the equivalent to a grain of rice. It's possible that some tiny lightweight jellyfish blobs were sucked into.
"oakville" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"June Kathy bellinger were asleep in their tent when the first explosion ripped through the air. It was the week of August fourteenth. Nineteen ninety-four and the bellinger's were camping with their dog. They'd picked a site on the beach near Ocean shores Washington. Startled by the echoing blasts, the to hurriedly exited the tent in staggered, outside, searching for the source of the blast. The Waxing quarter moon did little to illuminate the shoreline. Another explosion boomed in the distance this time from further away. Still shaking off sleep, the Bellinger's were bewildered. These speculated that ship had been in an accident at sea or a transformer in a coastal town had blown up. Their dog barked and sprint it to the water's edge, disappearing from view. Jim, ran after him. then. Shouted for Kathy to follow. He's spotted something on the beach. She hurried across the sand, but stopped short when she saw the shore. It was like a war zone. The spiderlike bodies of hundreds of king crabs littered the sand their shells shattered. Some floated in the shallows, bobbing like corks, the softly lapping water. Scattered along the beach, nearly invisible in the dark of night were hundreds of small piles of clear Jelly Light Goo. Meanwhile, fifty miles away. The people of Oakville Washington saw similar blobs fall from the sky. Little did the bellinger's. No, they're citing would drag them into one of the region's strangest mysteries. And possible government cover up. Welcome to unexplained mysteries a podcast original. I'm your host Molly and I'm your host Richard in life. There's so much we don't know, but in this show we don't take. We don't know for an answer. Every Tuesday and Thursday. We investigate the greatest mysteries of history and life on earth you can find episodes of unexplained mysteries, and all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. To stream unexplained mysteries for free on spotify just open the APP and type unexplained mysteries in the search bar. This is our final episode on the OAKVILLE blobs. In the summer of Nineteen Ninety, four gelatinous blobs rain down six times over Oakville Washington and caused a spate of mysterious illnesses. Despite multiple lab tests, no one has ever discovered what the blobs were or where they came from. Last week we trace the time line of the blob falls and Phil residents quest for answers. Those scientists found white blood cells and bacteria floating in the mysterious Gu they couldn't determine. Who put the sales there or why? This week we'll explore some possible explanations for this other worldly event. Maybe OAKVILLE was the. Victim of a freak storm or an illegal waste dumb. Or, perhaps it was ground zero for a cover up so extensive. Peeling back the layers almost three decades later..
"oakville" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"Their reproductive system. When a is killed by a Predator, it secretes glycoprotein which uses to the ground. There it reacts with do or other moisture and swells into a large pile of GEL. Another theory is that star Jelly is a type of slime mold. These are colonies of single celled organisms that grow together in soil, dead trees and on forest floors. Those slime molds, variant size, shape and behavior. They all share one thing in common. A state of their life cycle where they resemble and Jelly like slime. While frogs and slime molds might produce star Jelly. It's not certain that they're the only source of it. It's difficult to say if it all comes from the same place, or if different organisms make different star jellies. Just like the OAKVILLE blobs. Researchers haven't been able to extract any DNA from star. Jelly But while the OAKVILLE blobs contained bacteria and Lucas sites. Scientists, studying star Jelly could not find any cells at all. Which means whatever star Jelly is. It's not the same thing as the OAKVILLE, blobs. But there are other examples of strange non nucleic cells falling from the sky, and they point to a surprising possible explanation that perhaps the blogs came from outer space. In July two, thousand one and intense storms battered Carola estate in south western India. But this rainstorm was different. The droplets landing on the ground were blood red. Researchers examining the Carola blood rain found a microscopic cells floating in their samples. The general consensus was that the red color was caused by scarlet fungal spores that had somehow gotten sucked into the rain clouds. But some dispute the officials story instead they believed the rain had a more extraterrestrial origin. In two thousand ten physicist Godfrey Lewis published a paper on the Red Rain, Carola had experienced nine years earlier. Lewis was surprised when he tried to extract DNA from the cells found in the rain. They didn't have nuclei, and he was unable to find any identifiable DNA whatsoever. This proved that the cells weren't fungal spores as all fun guy have nuclei, Lewis performed a battery of tests on them, hoping to figure out where they come from. When he applied heat to the cells, he was astonished to find that not only did they survive the grew at temperatures up to two hundred fifty degrees Fahrenheit. That's hot enough to kill most living things on earth. So. Maybe the so-called Fungal Spores Warren from Earth at all. Lewis proposed that the cells travel to our planet on a meteor that exploded upon entry into the atmosphere. The clouds absorb the alien micro-organisms, then later arraigned them down on Carola in July, two, thousand one. Like Louis scientists examining the OAKVILLE blobs encountered cells missing nuclei with their gooey specimens. If Lewis is right about careless red rain, perhaps that means the OAKVILLE blobs came from the farthest reaches of the Galaxy. Of course, this is all speculation. The OAKVILLE blobs weren't blood red, and they were more gelatinous than liquid. Other than the presence of non nucleic cells, there's no strong connection between the two phenomena. We can't rule out the possibility that the BLOBS game from space, but we don't have any strong evidence that they did either. Just conjecture based on the BLOBS mild similarity to another substance, which we haven't proven is extraterrestrial in origin. In short the things we don't know about this theory outweigh the things we do. The OAKVILLE BLOBS has stumped professional researchers and amateur theorists alike for over twenty five years with each new revelation. The solution only grows more obscured. Today. We are no closer to discovering the truth than we were in August. One, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety four. But the residents of Oakville still want answers, and in the flurry of gathering samples, calling researchers and tracking symptoms, a number of theories emerged about the origin of the enigmatic goop. I, the very gross possibility that the BLOB storms over Oakville were excrement. Commercial airliners illegally dumped human waste over Washington state which caused the spate of mysterious illnesses. Or blobs were actually the remains of dead jellyfish. These creatures were sucked out of the sea by a freak, waterspout and rain down on the hapless residents, inundating them with rotting jellies. and. Finally the poisonous Goo was the result of military experiments on the city of OAKVILLE. Answers have remained so elusive because the government covered up the tests. The OAKVILLE. BLOBS could have come from the see the air, or even the stars twenty five years later they still inspire fear awe, and above all a desperate need to know the truth, because the blobs rain down once. Couldn't they come? Again. Thanks again for tuning into unexplained mysteries. We will be back Thursday with part. Two of the OAKVILLE BLOBS for more information on the blobs amongst the many sources we use. We found the daily Chronicle extremely helpful to our research as well as sunny. Bark lifts account of the incident on medium. You can find all episodes of unexplained mysteries, and all other park cast originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of your favorite music, but now specifies making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite park cast originals like unexplained mysteries for free from your phone, desktop or smart speaker to stream, unexplained mysteries on spotify just open the APP and type unexplained mysteries in the search bar. And remember never take, we don't no for an answer. Unexplained mysteries was created by Max Cutler and is a cast studios. Original executive producers include Max and Ron Cutler sound design by Trent Williamson with production assistance by Ron Shapiro, carly, Madden and Travis Clark. Episode of unexplained mysteries was written by Molly Quinlan with writing assistance by Maggie Admire and stars, Molly, Brandenburg and Richard Rosner..
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Ford to cut 450 jobs at Canada plant on Flex, Lincoln MKT production halt
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"oakville" Discussed on KOMO
"Oakville from ABC news I'm Michelle Franzen is straight up or moves a vital passageway for ships carrying the world's oil at the center of tensions again in the goal for Ron seizing a British flag tanker on Friday so far not allowing the ship's release ABC Stephanie Romo says more Ron is not backing down after revolutionary guard troops seized a British flag oil tanker with twenty three crew members on board in the strait of her moose mask troops repelled from a helicopter onto the tanker while patrol boats circle the vessel in newly obtained audio you can hear the moment bringing in forces mortgage the crew not to resist written now expected to push for sanctions against Iran Friday's incident coming amid heightened tensions between the US and Iran president trump making a call to Sweden's prime minister saying though he would post bail for American rapper a sap rocky the rapper remains in a Swedish jail over a sold allegations Sweden's criminal justice system though doesn't allow for bail maybe she's terrible merry with details Swedish prime minister told president trump that the government cannot and will not interfere in legal proceedings he emphasized the independence of the Swedish judiciary as for a steps Rockies team had no comment on the president's involvement the rapper's legal team claims he acted in self defense millions of Americans bracing.
"oakville" Discussed on KOMO
"Oakville. From ABC news. Michelle franzen. Congress trying to avoid another partial government shutdown the deadline. This Friday lawmakers need to agree on a border security deal. The president will travel to El Paso, Texas tomorrow for a rally with sport or while funding likely at the center while in El Paso, the president will speak at a make America great rally. But there are no plans for him to visit the border, former congressman and El Paso, native, better or Rourke. Well, let's him to protest meant to counter. The president's visit or works office issuing a statement saying better or work will join with his city on Monday evening to show the country, the reality of the border, a vibrant safe by national community that proudly celebrates its culture history diversity and status as a city of immigrants, Marcus more ABC news, Los Angeles yesterday. A handful of House Democrats traveled to the border El Paso today. Senator Amy klobuchar from Minnesota is expected to announce her run for the White House. It comes a day after Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren announced her candidacy, President Trump. Wayne in ABC's, Tara has more President Trump has repeatedly referred to warn with racial slurs. Taunting the Senator on several occasions to prove her heritage tweeting late last night. Will she run as our first native American presidential candidate or has she decided that after thirty two years? This is not playing so well anymore. See you on the campaign trail. Liz worn apologize this past week for identifying as native American on Texas bar registration form from nineteen Eighty-six in Virginia Lieutenant governor just in Fairfax could face possible impeachment. If he does not resign. Fairfax facing accusations of sexual assault by two women ABC's Zachary quiches in Richmond, releasing a new statement saying he'll fight the charges, adding I did not sexually assault or rape. Meredith Watson Vanessa Tyson or anyone else ABC Zachary quiche reporting from Richmond. You're listening to ABC news. It's time to join the millions of people using zoom. Videoconferencing, turn any size con..
"oakville" Discussed on KOMO
"Them oakville. From ABC news. I'm Cheri Preston. President Trump looking for a new chief of staff and sources tell ABC news. Several people are rising to the top of the list. President Trump announced over the weekend that chief of staff John Kelly will leave the White House at the end of this year. I appreciate his service very much. But who replaces Kelly is not yet clear under consideration Republican, congressman, Mark meadows. Former Trump deputy campaign manager, Dave Bossie Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin acting attorney general Matt Whitaker and oh Embiid director, Mick Mulvaney. The president tweeted Sunday night, he'll make a decision soon. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House over five hundred flights either cancelled or delayed today, most of them in and out of the airport in Charlotte, North Carolina. Thanks to a big winter storm that is several southeastern states two hundred seventy six thousand power outages from Virginia through Georgia soccer futures pointing slightly lower after a wild week last week on Wall Street last week, maybe one that most investors would like to forget with stocks falling. Sharply mainly over concerns about a possible. Trade war with China is if these terrorists are actually imposed they'll be precipitation on the other side, and that in turn can really slow down the economy Doug Roberts with channel capital research dot com, says another major worry is what the fed will do with interest rates. Daria Albinger, the bail. Hearing continuing today in Canada for the CFO of Chinese tech giant way way why she is facing fraud charges in the US police in Colorado expected to offer an update today on the search for a missing mom twenty nine year old Kelsey Berith. She was last seen on Thanksgiving Day forties or hoping that phone could be the clue they need as a wide in their search asking anyone to come forward who can help reunite Kelsey with her daughter Kelsey moved to Colorado three years ago to be with her boyfriend now the father of their child, but she has family, including a grandmother in Washington state ABC's Lana Zak, you're listening to ABC.
"oakville" Discussed on KOMO
"Oakville. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. The wildfire burning across northern California is now the deadliest in the state's history. The number of dead on the campfire in northern California. His jump to twenty nine the worry is more bodies will be found some have been in their cars appearing they were trying to escape on the Wolsey fire here in southern California. Two people have died statewide now the fires have killed thirty one people ABC's Alec stone in Los Angeles officials have extended a red flag warning for gusty wind and low humidity across the state Democrats take over the house next year and appears they're not just going to investigate but offer legislation as well. They're going to be plowing ahead on their legislative priorities and tackling these investigations. And I think you're gonna see issues like healthcare we had so many Republicans come out and say they want to do something to protect preexisting conditions. I think Democrats are going to say, okay when you put your money where your mouth is. And also, I think on gun control, you're likely to see very quickly. ABC's Mary Bruce in Washington going to trial in Milwaukee county court in the morning trial of a lawsuit. Brought by Pabst brewing company against Miller Coors. Chicago-based Miller Coors, produces packages and ships nearly all of Pabst brewing company's products, including Pabst, blue ribbon old, Milwaukee and lonestar, but Pabst is arguing that Miller. Coors wants to put it out of business by ending a long standing partnership, so they can grab a share of the cheap beer market Miller. Coors says it doesn't have the capacity to serve paps needs anymore. And Pap says the bureau would only agree to an extension for triple the price. A company wants more than four hundred million dollars in damages and for Miller Coors to be ordered to honor their deal. Todd ant ABC news and under Australian police have made their first arrest in the instances of sewing needles found in strawberry sold in six Australian states, a fifty year old woman who worked in the strawberry industry is in custody. She's facing seven counts of goods contamination. Each count carries a maximum of ten years in prison. You're listening to ABC news..
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"Oakville. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Authorities in Allentown Pennsylvania say they have a high degree of confidence that the perpetrator was one of three people killed in a car explosion. Police and neighbors standing just feet away Saturday night as the vehicle erupted into flames residents describe a thunderous blast. This scare rippled throughout the neighborhood. Investigators revealed few answers about the explosion in what may have caused it to men's identities have not been released in authorities are calling the blast a criminal incident. ABC's Zachary quiche, the US and Canada's save reached the basis of a free trade deal. Among other things it exempts more than two and a half million vehicles from tariffs in Ottawa Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visit previous or is it a good deal. Good deal. Good day for Canada. How come certain Joel Napley can adopt. The US is number two trading partner. Canada was left out last month when the US and Mexico agreed to a revamp of the North American Free trade agreement the Trump administration going to legal war with California suing the state almost. Immediately after governor Jerry Brown signed the nation's toughest net neutrality measure for years. Critics of giant internet service providers have argued the company's play favorites by slowing down or blocking the competitions websites. And now California has labeled those practices illegal. The Trump administration says this is a job for the federal government that states have no right to regulate the World Wide Web ABC news legal analyst, Royal Oakes. An early warning system that might have prevented some deaths in the soon NAMI that hit the Indonesian island of Shula way. See as been stalled for years in the testing phase the death toll from the magnitude seven point five temblor more than eight hundred Nicole's at tidal wave.
Brett Kavanaugh vague on Roe, says loyalty is to Constitution — live updates
"Supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh has faced a range of questions today on day two of his confirmation hearings, including this one about executive power judge on told senators he respects the precedent established by Roe v. Wade the landmark supreme court ruling that up held a woman's right to obtain an abortion subject to reasonable regulation by the state up to the point where that regulation constitutes an undue burden. Cavenaugh almost calling it a super precedent adding that Roe v. Wade has been reaffirmed many times in court over the past forty five years. Stephanie Ramos, ABC news, Capitol Hill. That question about abortion rights, not
Man charged with manslaughter in "stand your ground" shooting
"Prosecutors, in Pinellas. County Florida charge Michael. Drako with manslaughter the white man shooting. And killing unarmed black man marquees mcglockton after mcglockton shove Drake during an argument over a parking spot in, Clearwater Florida Drake a charge despite his claim of self-defence under the state's stand your ground law Drako confronted mcglockton girlfriend for parking in. A handicapped spot while he was inside when, mcglockton comes outside he sees the argument and shoves Drako who then pulls out a gun and opens fire the father of three stumbling back. Into the store he's five year old son.
Giuliani says feds have 183 recordings made by Michael Cohen
"KOMO Seattle KOMO FM Oakville the Northwest's only twenty four. Hour news From ABC news John Chuck's Iverson thirty eight thousand evacuees in northern California who escaped the big wildfire in and around reading our. Toll just, in the past hour that they won't be going. Home anytime soon weather conditions, are, continuing to. Be unfavorable for, us we have increased temperatures today liar information officer Chris Harvey says no progress has been made on containment for days on the very aggressive fire fire's completely encircle whiskey town reservoir now that the south also had some fire spread to the east to the north year up into the forest, service land in the area of containment is. Still just a small five percent is raining ash in some areas the. Fires killed two firefighters in woman and her. Two young great grandchildren are there more recordings by x. Trump lawyer. Michael Cohen, on which is also then candidate Trump current Trump lawyer, Rudy Giuliani we know of something. Like one hundred and eighty three unique Conversations on tape one of those United. States Giuliani on CBS face the nation ABC news legal analyst Dan Abrahams is clear now that Michael Cohen is on his own here it's also clear that he potentially has information. To provide, to Robert Muller but let's be clear he's being. Investigated by the southern district, of, New York. Which is a, separate entity investigating Michael Cohen Abrahams on ABC's this week President Trump tweets a threat to Democrats that if they don't vote for immigration policies he wants and for his wall he'll shut down the government some Republican lawmakers say they oppose that giving an unexpected performance for firefighters battling a wildfire, near his Colorado home Neil diamond he played. And sang sweet Caroline for dozens of firefighters as a command post for. A fire in central Colorado and he thanked. Firefighters for their work diamond seventy seven he retired from touring this. Year after, he says he was diagnosed with Parkinson's you're listening to ABC.
Martin Truex Jr. brings the horsepower at Kentucky
"Line on the radio network with the latest news and opinion and here we go on the race line race rap thirtysecond honda indy toronto in a scorcher it was when everything came unglued though in lap thirty four when the leader joseph new garden got bogged down it off grew tire marbles new zealand's scott dixon shot up into the lead knee held it there for its third one of the season third in toronto simon panel second and podium third in his hometown race for robert wiggins how fine is this his oakville team may jeans hinge james hinchcliffe other fourth charlie kimball fifth montreal zach claim into mental good story here to started dead last twentythird scored fourteenth healthy weekend throng for the thirty second running of the streets of toronto for the indycar series just might be the best one we've seen in maybe twenty years i don't know what you think i've thought it was pretty good indycar points into middle high auto the toronto in just about doubles dixon's points lead he leads new by sixty two coming up in our guest segments detail rundown of the finishing order then toronto star wheels norris mcdonald will join us for some expert analysis of the chase by the lake and thanks to all who stop by our broadcast location on thunder rally with our toronto affiliate to say hello and benches with us darn hot but darn good indycar notes if you don't mind i wanna go back a page to hinchcliffe win on the iowa oval the race ending under caution something nascar considers burning at the stake worthy heresy hinch has no trouble with races ending under caution but you gotta be careful this is rooted in fuel if the track is clean with two laps to go then yam forum i don't i'm not a big fan of like doctoring the length of a race just to make sure it ends under green for me there's too many races that are fuelled races for us we run out of fuel crossing the line and if all of a sudden a yellow fly comes out with to go and ends up becoming a green white checkered erases erases done and i don't i don't think that's fair we go into it knowing how long it's going to be and that's what we planned for so that's what i want to run the exactly fuel aside you are manipulating the finish of a race when you add laps to try and ended under green and i don't like that at all and i think you all know that all the indy lights tidy up toronto began to indy lights award in arusha one those candidates kelly was fifth and sixth master hadas peres well arenas vk one both of those candidates parker thompson finished eighth in both of those endeavors nascar cup under the lights again this time in kentucky and martin to x junior and canadian crew chief copan dominating proceedings leading all but ninety three of the two hundred and sixty seven laps win number four on the season for true junior the defending champion ryan blaney second brad keselowski third kozlowski still winless the season that's a surprise cup points in new hampshire kyle busch who was fourth at kentucky leads harvard who was fifth by fifty nine cup clippings or plans come together it seems at charlotte pretty nicely for the september thirtieth wroval four hundred i playoff road course in nascar history longest road course in the sanction as well two point two eight miles seventeen turn road thing thirtyfive feet of elevation change that uses a portion of the charlotte oval kind of like what they do daytona it will be the first cutoff race of ten race cup playoff nascar xfinity at kentucky the christopher bell canada's alex labbe thirtysecond with some contact trucks ben rhodes took that candidate stuart friesen second that i win is coming and coming soon nascar canada avocado indie that went to andrew ranger from one week up for germany twentysecond lewis hamilton accepting the apology from kimi raikkonen for their first lap crash off the start of the british grand prix and wants to move on oh we're so happy to hear this lewis was clobbered by the ferrari driver turned three at silverstone which dropped to eighteenth but wasn't a treat ever watch him charge back through to.
"oakville" Discussed on KOMO
"Oakville from abc news i'm michelle franzen in sacramento california last night protesters marching outside city hall angered over the release of an independent autopsy report of stephan clark showing the bullets that entered his body from behind when officers fired on him and his grandmother's backyard abc's qena whitworth has more independent autopsy commissioned by the family of stefan clark revealing the twenty two year olds may have been shot eight times during a police encounter that has sparked protests each of this bullets independently possessed a fatal capacity the examination was performed by pathologist dr bennett amal lou famous for his studies of chronic head trauma in professional football players he says the findings suggest that clark was standing sideways when the first shot was fired sacramento police department says it's not reviewed the autopsy report yet and is waiting for its own to get back new details in a deadly police shooting in louisiana baton rouge police chief murphy paul announcing yesterday he has disciplined the two officers involved in the two thousand sixteen shooting death of alton sterling firing blaine salomone and suspending officer lake it follows a prosecutor's decision not to file charges in the case epa administrator scott pruitt sparking ethics concerns over an account he was previously living at a capitol hill condo co owned by the wife of a top energy lobbyists democrats calling for him to resign abc news has also learned pruitt was involved in an incident last year whereas protective detail broke down the door at a condo believing he was in need of rescuing here's part of that nine one one call released by the dc office of unified communications exactly what happened okay we have a unifil who came across a show i.
Trump moves to limit transgender individuals from military service
"Komo seattle komo fm oakville what's happening now coming up on komo news former seahawk michael bennett in trouble with the law i'm charlie harder with the story now that more coming up after abc it's nine o'clock from abc news i'm todd ant the white house announced an update on president trump's call to ban transgender people from the military the trump administration's announced a policy that bans many transgender people from serving in the military releasing a statement saying people they history were diagnoses of gender dis fauria are disqualified for military service except under limited circumstances the white house citing a defense department report which was commissioned after the president called freight blanket ban on transgender troops last summer the memo rescinds that order the white house says the defense department study will enhance the military's readiness lee thallady and effectiveness brian clark abc news after threatening to veto a one point three trillion dollar spending bill president trump says he signed the measure averting a government shutdown telling white house reporters he had no choice because it contains major increases in military funding but delivered this warning congress i will never sign another bill like this again i'm not gonna do it again nobody read it it's only hours old to bill increases military spending by more than sixty billion dollars over last year trump has tweeted his displeasure over the bill because it does not fully fund a border wall or address protections for dhaka recipients and jeff sessions announced that doj is issuing a rule to ban bump stocks protests can genuine sacramento friday night after the release of body cam footage that shows police looking into reports if someone breaking into vehicles police apparently thought that twenty two year old stefan clarke had a firearm turned out to be an iphone to officers seen in the dash cam video or on paid administrative leave and officials are investigating the shooting a second day of big losses pushed stocks to their worst week in two years in fact stocks around the world have plunged of fear that a trade conflict between the us and china would escalate the dow lost four hundred and twenty five points this is abc news doors are being slammed in your.
FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, fired by Jeff Sessions, led probe into Sessions
"Need something i'm shopping at total wine and more komo seattle komo fm oakville what's happening now lock them up i'm jeff pohjola with why the city of seattle wants gun owners to secure their firearms that and more local news in just two minutes right now abc it's four o'clock from abc news i'm richard cantu they don't think they're any more bombs authorities have been searching the pflueger village texas home of serial bomber mark anthony condit fred millan hausky specially special agent charge houston office of the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms says they found explosive materials and components consistent with condit's making signature components re in there that makes us believe have a high degree of certainty that it is the same components that we have found in all the other devices authorities say there's a reasonable level of certainty there are no more bombs out there abc news has learned that fired fbi director andrew mccabe authorized a criminal probe of torney general jeff sessions about a year ago investigation examined whether the attorney general lacked candor when testifying before congress about contacts he had with russian operatives mccabe was fired by sessions late last week two days before his scheduled retirement for what sessions called a lack of candor following an inspector general report that found mccabe misled investigators into their handling of matters associated with the two thousand sixteen presidential election mccabe has denied any wrongdoing abc serena marshall in washington congressional negotiators are trying to come up with a one point three trillion dollar spending bill to avoid a government shutdown friday night they dropped protections for dreamers and give president trump only a portion of.
Austin explosions: ‘Serial bomber’ hunted after tripwire sets off 4th blast
"Wine and more komo seattle komo fm oakville what's happening now we're coming up junction sites could soon be banned in the county with the highest drug addiction rate i'm corwin hake with the case for and against deputies let go now they're suing i'm brian calvert with the he said he said that's come to a head in pierce county those stories and much more as well as of course traffic on the fours every ten minutes on the fours and looked forecast at the last day of winter it's all coming up here now live to abc at nine o'clock from abc news i'm scott goldberg officials believe trip wire may have triggered the latest explosion in austin texas seriously injuring two men and they say there appear to be similarities between this attack and three others this month we are clearly dealing with what we expect to be a serial bomber at this point police chief brian manley he says the most recent victims were walking along the side of the road when they accidentally set off the explosion last night police are asking for surveillance video from nearby homes and there is a one hundred fifteen thousand dollar reward being offered for information leading to an arrest students are back at florida international university less than a week after that deadly pedestrian bridge collapse on the first day back from spring break hearts are heavy fau president mark rosenberg asking students staff and the community to reflect on the six lives lost at one forty seven the moment the pedestrian bridge plunged to the ground last thursday join us forever you are keep the victims and the families in your thoughts it'll be a blood drive on the campus tomorrow and a vigil wednesday this afternoon in orlando attorneys for one of the victims injured in the.
Another explosion in Austin
"Oakville abc news i'm dave packer in austin this our people are being told to stay home another explosion following deadly package bomb explosions in recent weeks austin police chief brian manley we have to victims have been transported to hospital with what we understand right now are nonlifethreatening injuries abc's jim ryan is in texas with an update on what we're hearing from officials three package explosions that have happened in austin so far this month two of them were fatal and even as police were trying to put together clues about those incidents one more explosion happened on sunday two men in their twenty s were taken to the hospital for treatment it comes at the end of the south by southwest music series one person was arrested during that event for emailing a threat a bomb threat that turned out to be a hoax one hundred fifteen thousand dollars is being offered for information leading to an arrest through two different reward funds adam schiff the top democrat on the house intelligence committee saying sunday that members of congress need to speak up about the importance of the special counsels russia investigation before there was a constitutional crisis many figuring from the president's incendiary tweets implying bias by robert mueller staff over the weekend that he's preparing to fire him abc's tariff myriad at the white house has consistently undermine the investigation but this latest direct shot at muller comes as lead attorney is calling for the case to be shutdown lawmakers on both sides of the aisle warning trump that firing muller we'll have severe consequences for the white house repeatedly saying there are no plans to fire muller president trump's plan to combat opioid drug addiction nationwide calls for stiffer penalties for drug traffickers including the death penalty where appropriate under current law that from andrew brim berg the president's policy director bladder mir putin rose to a crushing reelection victory on sunday for six more years as russia's president his fourth electoral contest you're listening to abc news i'm nick soboleski a selectquote agent with a true story that could save you hundreds of dollars a.
1 person dead in shooting at Southern California mall, authorities say
"Fm oakville was happening now it's four o'clock from abc news john robertson just in the past hour a mall shooting in southern california the oaks mall and thousand oaks reported by the ventura county sheriff's office police in thousand oaks confirm there was a shooting one person is dead on scene another was transported to a hospital very quickly police said it was not an active shooter that scene was contained they say there is no threat to the public the mall was evacuated police on scene alex stone abc news los angeles after recovery effort at the miami bridge collapsed with heavy equipment pulling off rebel from smash cars under the span one peres director miami dade police says there are now four bodies they expect the number to grow sometimes it's going to be a very difficult process investigation continues russia's presidential election is underway says abc's patrick revel in moscow has no doubt who will win in russia's presidential election on sunday vladimir putin has effectively cleared the field of candidates who could challenge in one thing to watch though the opposition leader alexei navalny who was barred from the ballot has called a boycott he's also mobilized thousands of volunteers to act as election monitors their suspicions authorities may try to inflate the elections turn out police have already been harassing some of these volunteers with reports of a small number of searches and a few arrests pachauri rievaulx abc news moscow president trump on twitter a day after his attorney general fire deputy fbi director andrew mccabe alleging leaking lying and corruption at the fbi justice and state abc news has learned that mccabe has been interviewed by special counsel muller's team according to a source familiar with the matter newly commissioned in a ceremony in recent hours the us navy's newest attack submarine the colors and the commission pennant colorado at groton connecticut naval sub base the first attack submarine were sailors use an xbox gaming system controller to maneuver the photonics masts which replaced periscopes you're listening to abc news have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your job just walking into your boss and saying hi quit.
"oakville" Discussed on KOMO
"Oakville join abc news at six o'clock well maybe you uber to counsel robert muller's now also investigating the trump tower meeting of last year with donald junior top aides than a russian lawyer ikea vollage vp at a russian real estate company with ties to president trump was also they're making eight people abc news chief investigative correspondent brian ross catalogues is now an executive for the russia in billionaire and friend of vladimir putin who helped set up that trump tower meeting yet another person left out of done juniors suppose it full disclosure of third previously undisclosed meeting between president trump and russian president putin the germany summit has just been confirmed by the white house it was a social dinner attendees tell ian bremmer prison under the eurasia group think tank that mr trump got up to sit with putin and one of putin's translators talking about an hour bremmer saying the conversation was very animated and jovial white house confirms to abc news this past hour the president trump invites all republican senators to the white house for lunch tomorrow to talk healthcare and others zhu's senate republican leader mcconnell saying a vote will take place early next week on repealing while not replacing obamacare a twoyear delay which would give us the opportunity to work out a complete replacement audubon partisan basis with our democratic frowned but at least three republican senators say they'll vote no on that more on the minneapolis police officer who allegedly shot to death from his squad car woman who was a bridetobe last weekend police said the officers were responding to a call from the woman about a sex assault nearby abc's lindsey davis in minneapolis the officer who fired the shot identified in news reports as muhammad nor a two year veteran according to abc affiliate k p he had three complaints filed against him were still open one dismissed noise attorney released a statement extending his condolences to the family and adding that he empathizes with the.