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01:58 min | 1 year ago

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"A close watch on the grounds. Was such a show of force Olympia Police are beefing up their own patrols in the surrounding neighborhoods. Case. Any groups decide to splinter off. They have not stopped it before on, they allow it to happen downtown and carry over from the capital. State officials would rather be safe than sorry in a position overwhelming forces around the seat of government. Olympia Police are adding their own measures like extra patrols to make sure nearby businesses in the downtown area. Stay safe, too. You know, unprecedented times. Obviously everybody's really unsatisfied in the lake is a really disturbing time for everybody. Law enforcement says There are no explicit threats against the state capital, but We are hearing about groups ready to come to Olympia to take action all ahead of the presidential inauguration, and I feel like this election is just people have lost their minds. Let's go. Almost. Joel Marino, Reporting in Tacoma 21 year old man was shot multiple times last night in a parked car on South Jay Street. Right now he's in serious but stable condition at the hospital. He's expected to survive. So far. No arrests have been made. And two women were shot and you were safely gas station on Rainier Avenue in south Seattle last night. Police tell us the women are in their twenties. They were taken to the hospital in serious condition. Investigators have not said what led up to the gunfire. Police are still searching for a shooter. Let's check your call More traffic. Roadwork in Fife on South Bound five has a roadway reduced to two lanes near the 78th Avenue overpass. Meanwhile, Highway one of one your hood sports less traffic, alternating through a single lane that due to a mudslide. Traffic alternating on highway 203 in the area of still Water Hill Road due to roadwork as well in the West L. A bridge closed indefinitely due to findings of an inspection of the high rise structure last year. 11 Smith Come on 24 7 traffic Cloudy skies take us into tonight and into early tomorrow morning, Baron Mind we're tracking the possibility for isolated, too.

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02:00 min | 1 year ago

"olympia police" Discussed on KOMO

"A close watch on the grounds. Was such a show of force Olympia police are beefing up their own patrols in the surrounding neighborhoods. Case, Any groups decide to splinter off. They have not stopped it before on a level wit to happen downtown and carry over from the capital. State officials would rather be safe than sorry in a position overwhelming forces around the seat of government. Olympia Police are adding their own measures like extra patrols to make sure nearby businesses in the downtown area. Stay safe, too. Unprecedented times. Obviously, everybody's really unsatisfied in the lake is a really disturbing time for everybody. Law enforcement says There are no explicit threats against the state capital, but We are hearing about groups ready to come to Olympia to take action all ahead of the presidential inauguration, and I feel like this election is just people have lost their minds. Let's go. Almost. Joel Marino, Reporting in Tacoma 21 year old man was shot multiple times last night in a parked car on South Jay Street. Right now he's in serious but stable condition at the hospital. He's expected to survive. So far. No arrests have been made. And two women were shot. They were safely gas station on Rainier Avenue in south Seattle last night. Police tell us the women are in their twenties. They were taken to the hospital in serious condition. Investigators have not said what led up to the gunfire. Police are still searching for a shooter. Let's check your call More traffic. Was found 5 18 on the off ramp to highway 99 a disabled vehicles partially blocking that off ramp. There's still an overturned a semi blocking highway 106. This is at least trails of road in the roadway still fully block Until further notice and a march in the area of Washington Street and accident. Occidental Avenue South, use caution with the edit foot traffic through that area are next couple. Traffic is at 6 44. Cloudy skies take us into tonight and into early tomorrow morning bear a mine. We're tracking the possibility for isolated, too Scattered showers.

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02:33 min | 1 year ago

"olympia police" Discussed on KOMO

"Such a show of force Olympia Police are beefing up their own patrols in the surrounding neighborhoods case. Any groups decide to splinter off. They have not stopped it before on a load to happen downtown and carry over from the capital. State officials would rather be safe than sorry in a position overwhelming forces around the seat of government. Olympia Police are adding their own measures like extra patrols to make sure nearby businesses in the downtown area. Stay safe, too. You know, unprecedented times. Obviously everybody's really unsatisfied in the lake is a really disturbing time for everybody. Law enforcement says There are no explicit threats against the state capital, but We are hearing about groups ready to come to Olympia to take action all ahead of the presidential inauguration, and I feel like this election is just people have lost their minds. That's comas Joe Marina reporting amid the increased patrols of the capital, somewhere, wondering about other potential targets. They're called soft targets. Lieutenant Kurt Boil with the state's Fusion center says they're working together information about all potential targets that that information to make sure it's not misinformation or disinformation and making sure that it's credible information. Security officials are urging the public to be vigilant and to calm. A 21 year old man was shot multiple times last night in a parked car on South Jay Street. Right now, he's in serious but stable condition at the hospital. He is expected to survive. So far. No arrests have been made, and two women were shot. There was safely gas station on Rainier Avenue and South Seattle last night. Police tell us the women are in their twenties. They were taking the hospital in serious condition. Investigators have not said what led up to the gunfire. Police are still searching for a shooter. Coma news time is 5 34. Let's get a traffic update from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center and Evan Smith. Still seeing an issue on South bound five on the on ramp from 164th Street, southwest of collusion there, partially blocking the rampant. Meanwhile, North found four or five in tequila's on the on ramp from West Valley Highway a collision There's partially blocking that ramp a swell and overturned semi still fully blocking the highway. 106 New East Trails Road and in Seattle, March is now moving south on what are moving on South Washington Street moving eastbound From Fifth Avenue. Blocking all lanes are next report is at 5 44. I'm Evan Smith. Comma traffic. Abby. A Cockney joins us from the Coma. Forecast center Cloudy skies take us into tonight and into early tomorrow morning Baron Mine. We're tracking the possibility for isolated too Scattered showers later on.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

"olympia police" Discussed on KOMO

"Center for the nonprofit group Core response. Its leader, and we wanted to slow ramp up because there's a lot of moving parts. It's so different from testing, so I think, you know, sort of the slow ramp up has been perfect for us up secrets in ABC News. Homo news 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon is 4 31 I'm Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the coma. 24 7 News Center Ah concerning incident near the FBI building in Seattle this afternoon. Police are dealing with a car fire. A third and spring comas. Patrick Quinn reports of responses out of an abundance of caution due to the car's proximity to the federal building and current tensions around the country. Obviously, given everything that's going on in the country right now, that's why you're seeing such a strong response. We know it started around two Clock. They got the report of this truck that was on fire right next to the FBI headquarters on third and spring here in downtown Seattle. Again. It is blocked up a couple blocks in each direction offers to say a man is detained at this time, but it's not clear if it's related to this incident. All 50 state capitals in the U. S. Capitol are on high alert for armed protests this weekend, Olympia rolled up extreme security measures around Government buildings following the deadly siege at the U. S. Capitol comas Joel Marino talked to concern people in downtown Olivia there, a fencing surrounds much of the state capital and state Patrol and members of the National Guard. Keep a close watch on the grounds with such a show of force Olympia police are beefing up their own patrols in the surrounding neighborhoods. Any groups decide to splinter off. They have not stopped it before on.

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

"olympia police" Discussed on KOMO

"Connected. Stay informed. The Northwest News Station Co. Moh news rings of barriers Police and National Guard troops surrounding the federal district in Washington, D. C. To ensure domestic extremists won't disrupt the inauguration of President elect Joe Biden, Illinois Congressman Adam Kinzinger Sadly, 25,000 troops it seems like overkill, but given the threat I'd much rather be in a place of overkill, then have under predicted what the real threat is where the first time in more than 150 years an outgoing president will not attend the inauguration of his successor. Sources say President Trump will leave earlier on Inauguration Day wanting a red carpet in a military band playing is he departs? Coronavirus, claiming more than two million lives around the World America logging three million new coronavirus cases since the start of the year, scattered vaccine shortages across the country, hampering efforts to speed up the pace of vaccinations. Governor is outraged after the entire supply of second does reserve that the federal government promised states turned out to be distributed last month. Dave Packer, ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM. 97 7. Good afternoon it is to 31 I'm Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the Coma. 24 7 News Center All 50 state capitals in the U. S. Capitol, are on high alert for armed protesters this weekend. Olympia rolled out extreme security measures around government buildings following the deadly siege at the U. S Capitol. Come was Joe Marina would talk to his concern People in downtown Olympia. They're a fencing surrounds much of the state capital and state Patrol and members of the National Guard keep a close watch on the grounds with such a show of force, Olympia Police are beefing up their own patrols in the surrounding neighborhoods. Case, Any groups decide to splinter off. Had not stopped it before.

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05:48 min | 1 year ago

"olympia police" Discussed on KOMO

"S. Capitol on high alert for armed protests over this weekend, Olympia rolling out extreme security measures around government buildings following the deadly siege of the U. S. Capitol. Humbles. Joe Marino talked concerned people in downtown Olympia there, a fencing surrounds much of the state capital and state Patrol and members of the National Guard. Keep a close watch on the grounds. Was such a show of force Olympia Police are beefing up their own patrols in the surrounding neighborhoods. Case. Any groups decide to splinter off. They have not stopped it before on, they allow it to happen downtown and carry over from the capital. State officials would rather be safe than sorry in a position overwhelming forces around the seat of government. Olympia Police are adding their own measures like extra patrols to make sure nearby businesses in the downtown area. Stay safe, too. You know, unprecedented times. Obviously everybody's really unsatisfied in the lake is a really disturbing time for everybody. Law enforcement says There are no explicit threats against the state capital, but We are hearing about groups ready to come to Olympia to take action all ahead of the presidential inauguration, and I feel like this election is just people have lost their minds. The National Guard has been protecting the state Capitol building here in Washington since Sunday. But what about other potential targets of violence who protect those comas? Matt Markovich spoke with law enforcement professionals, including Kurt Boyle from the Washington State Fusion Center. And Joe Damico with security services. Northwest groups may be targeting so called soft targets, the phones of private security agencies are now ringing off the hook. Protect both critical infrastructure. Um retail businesses Security services. Northwest has had to do a three fold increase in staffing since summer. And it's not just for protection but for rapid extraction of employees and needing to You know, sending security teams toe, grab their employees and then pull them out. The state's fusion intelligence gathering center is working to get accurate information out about all potential targets to back that information to make sure it's not misinformation or disinformation and making sure that it's credible information. Law enforcement veterans of few, too, says the average system needs to practice. Situational awareness. What seems normal for the area? What seems abnormal for the area And if something doesn't look right, tell somebody and get out of the area. Trust your gut, not Markovitz reporting. Recently replaced window at the Seattle Police East Precinct damaged in a protest Thursday night, police say about 30 people started to calendars and park then moved to the precinct, where they used chalk to draw on the wall. Outside of the building. Some people in the crowd through items at the precinct cracking the window. Two people arrested. Just this week, Police removed wooden boards that have been covering the windows since violent protests over the summer. State Health Department, releasing the newest totals in our Corona virus outbreak in reports nearly 286,000 total cases that includes confirmed in probable cases, nearly 300. More people have been hospitalized. However, that number is bigger than usual because of a backlog in reporting. State, adding 27 more deaths, pushing the death toll to more than 3900. Since the start of the outbreak, President elect Joe Biden outlining a new five point plan to ramp up covert 19 vaccinations across the country. He says his administration will work with states to open more vaccine priority. Groups open thousands of community vaccination centers activate pharmacies for vaccinations ramp up supplies by invoking the Defense Production Act. And release more vaccines. Early comas. Nick Problem, says local health experts hope the new plan is going to help us get back to normalcy faster doctors. I spoke with our optimistic after hearing the president elect's ideas, they say Having a federal strategy is welcome after seeing such a slow initial rollout of this vaccine. Now both doctors I spoke with, say President elect Biden's plan of 100 Million vaccinations in his 1st 100 days in office is certainly attainable. Now that they have a plan that will be in place to improve this process. Dr. Nathan slicker with the State Medical Association says Biden's plan to try and get clinical and non clinical professionals to help with vaccinations will be key. So long as they confined folks willing and able to inoculate people off the front line to care medicine to be vaccines makes the challenge of situation worse. So I think we are gonna have to offer you your top of the national Guard. I think we can train people together. I am injections. We do it all the time when they needed for their own medical care, Even with this optimism of potential improvements, he says, a lot more work has to be put in on behalf of the federal government and the states before we can say we're close to returning to normalcy it almost Nick Pompom and 9 10 now to the beacon, plumbing sports death, some headlines for you the conditional reinstatement of wide receiver Josh Gordon that has been rescinded now by the end. Film Gordon once again under suspension. Gordon was signed by the Seahawks and September despite being under an indefinite suspension. He received conditional reinstatement early in December with the hope that he'd be playing by the end of last season. NFL playoffs. Continue today, the Rams in Green Bay to take on the Packers at 1 35, the Ravens in Buffalo to take on the Bills at 5 15. Jordan. Sanders had a season high 24 points and you're Rogers scoring 9/16 in overtime. Southern California beating number 25 Washington State women on the hardwood 81 to 77 last night. Washington State Playing the program's first game is a team ranked in the top 25. At its four game win streak snapped Seattle Mariners agreeing to terms with infielder JP Crawford catcher Tom Murphy right into Rafael Montero, avoiding arbitration with all three of them. Crawfords 2021 deal for about $2 Million Murphy for 875,000 Montero for about 200 quarter million. We checked Sports a 10 and 40 past the hour on Cuomo News, introducing TD Ameritrade's newest trading platform. Thinker Swim Web. It has all the essential tools and trade strategies in a streamlined interface. No download necessary thinker swim Web trading, streamlined visit..

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Militia group plans to occupy Legislative Building in Olympia when session begins

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

Militia group plans to occupy Legislative Building in Olympia when session begins

"But a right wing group is calling on people occupy the state legislative building next month. In the legislative session is set to begin group believes it's unconstitutional. Keep the building closed to the public because of covert restrictions more from comas. Carleen Johnson C Capital city is known for protests. But this year pandemic closures calls to defund police the highly volatile election climate All intensified face offs between groups in Olympia guns have been fired at least twice this month in confrontations, wounding one person. Several Olympia police officers have been injured in those clashes with protesters. Says the November 3rd election Olympia seen regular weekend demonstrations questioning the election results and other rallies have called on government officials to reopen schools and businesses closed by the pandemic. State officials are keeping approaches to the Capitol closed with signs, concrete barriers and Parked vehicles that has angered and frustrated Olympia Mayor Cheryl Selby, who tells the Seattle Times that approach only pushes demonstrators and protesters into neighborhoods and Toward downtown businesses. She wants the barricades removed. The Olympian also reporting that a group who call themselves the Washington three percenters is asking people to occupy the legislative building when the session starts next month, insisting lawmakers reopen that building to the public. They've been described as right wing militia, but their website says they are American patriots who support veterans and the Constitution. Darling Johnson. Come on news. Now

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

"olympia police" Discussed on KOMO

"For those who call Olympia home hearing about what took place is unsettling. To say the least. Somebody was trying to make a point, and it didn't get made. Right away. They start talking to each other's. The suspect is a 25 year old man from shoreline who has been arrested for first degree assault. Olympia Police say four people were arrested during the clash. An armed eviction standoff in Portland appears to be ending. The city's mayor has brought the two sides together to negotiate a solution. When police tried to evade the Kenny family, Armed supporters build barricades to keep them in their home. And the police out for the mayor's head waiter says. There's a tentative agreement between the Kinney family and the developer who owns the home, Wheeler says This doesn't set a precedent for other evictions. Nobody should take. This is an invitation to do it anywhere else because the end result could turn out very differently later, says the city faces in eviction Christ Is where 45,000 families could face eviction proceedings when the moratorium runs out. That's Brad Ford reporting Come on. News time to 10 Time for an update from the big Complying Sports Death Big big disappointment at Montlake. Today's The Huskies are not going to be allowed to play in the Pac 12 Championship game. Here's Bill Coronavirus wins again the Pac 12 after consulting the University of Washington. Has replaced the Huskies with Oregon as the North Division champ. The Ducks will play USC Friday night for the Pac 12 Conference Championship. Expressing disappointment for his U Dub program, head coach Jimmy Lake says Right now the dogs can't even practice. We need to have consecutive days. Of zero positive cases were playing on testing our whole team again tomorrow, but I could say this over the last week and a half or so. That has not been the case, Lake says. The entire offensive line is out. Best hope for Washington is to play in a Christmas Week Bowl game. The Washington State Cougars will wrap up their regular season with a contest that Utah Saturday morning. Seattle Seahawks put a complete game together and blew out the visiting Jets. 42.

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04:30 min | 1 year ago

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"MPH anywhere from Bellingham into Friday Harbor and the Coma Weather Center and meteorologist Kristen Clarke currently 46 some increasing clearing around the downtown area. It's 11 36. We continue with our top story. Come on. 24 7 News Center. Thanks for joining us this morning. Well, Bill Gates is issuing a warning on what he sees as dark times ahead in the fight against the Corona virus pandemic. Well, sadly, the next 4 to 6 months could be the worst of the epidemic. Co founder of Microsoft, telling CNN's state of the union. There could be fewer deaths if public health guidelines air followed. Gates also admitted the economic impact has been greater than he previously forecast. Frontline health care workers will be the first to get the new covert vaccine here in our state camo Suzanne Farm with more Here's Jacob could stick a Providence, ST Peter in Olympia. I work with covert patients every day will be among the first to get the covert 19 vaccine When it arrives. There's not gonna be enough for everybody, not for all the nurses and doctors s. Oh, they're looking at key individuals who worked with high risk units. High risk patients. Nurse Karen Go Heen is in the queue Care float pool at Harborview Medical Center. She got Cupid 19 back in March and returned to work in May. It will be important for me to get the vaccine, so I continue to have immunity. Besides doctors and nurses, staff at nursing homes and senior living facilities will be among the first in the country. Get vaccinated. Come on. Suzanne Fun reporting the first shipments of a covert 19 vaccine have arrived in Canada. The health regulator there approved the vaccine made by U. S. Drugmaker Fizer and Germany's Vayan Tech last Wednesday. Vaccines are bound for 14 distribution sites across the country. Back expected to be first to administer the vaccine, saying the province there is prepared to start inoculating residents of two long Kume long term care homes as early as today. Happening tomorrow, a final vote decided the fate of the coma. Pierce County Health Department, the joint department's been around since 1972. But if the measure passes the county would take over the Tacoma Pierce Health Department. Right now. It's funded partly by the city of Tacoma and is overseen by a board of County and Tacoma lawmakers, along with community leaders. If you've ever found yourself stuck in a traffic light that takes forever to turn green. Help's on the way artificial intelligence will soon step in to keep the traffic moving more from Kamal Score one. Hey, key intersections controlled by Elektronik signals and driver frustrations with them have been around almost as long as the car itself. Your impatience aside, a study conducted in Seattle found that vehicles idling at intersections contributes significantly to carbon emissions. Cities have long relied on pressure pads and other low tech sensors to manage traffic lights. Now comes in a I solution. Thomas Cooper's with California based No traffic traffic technology traffic badges, won the last two means You have a I introduced or artificial intelligence introduced to solve complex problems. It's also one of the last remains to migrate to the cloud, but that revolution is going to start happening. The New York Times reports no traffic uses radar and video along with a I and the cloud to allow cities to detect and measure car pedestrian bike end. Transit traffic. Arizona and California have launched pilot programs Washington has not, but the tech is already on the local radar, so to speak. No traffic was one of 12 finalists in a big data startup competition held at Microsoft headquarters. Corwin Hey Co Moh new dueling protests unraveled in Olympia Saturday and ended with the shooting. Four officers also hurt. After police tow Clinton a riot come most cold Miller with the details. Just a second here with fists and other objects flying between the two sides. A few hours later, W S P says someone was shot. A freelance video journalist tells me that there was a fight and that someone with that pro trump group pulled out a gun. And then pulled the trigger. He had his gun aimed like sideways and waved it east to West motion. Multiple counter protesters and then shot discharged his weapon. Troopers are now leading that investigation. And for those who call Olympia home hearing about what took place It's unsettling, to say the least. Somebody was trying to make a point and it didn't get made. We could figure out a way to start talking to each other's that's coming is cold. Miller the suspect, a 25 year old man from Shoreline. He's been arrested for first degree assault and Olympia Police say four.

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02:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Comas Camilla on what happened yesterday, the state capital playing backdrops Saturday to a pro Trump rally, some of that crowd with helmets and gas masks on and counter protesters. With those shields out front, two groups coming face to face squaring off in the streets. It did not take long for Olympia police to step in declaring this a riot with Washington State Patrol's sending in its rapid deployment force when people come With conflict in mind with provocation in line and confrontation. Mind rather than speech from frustration. You have basically have we saw today with fists and other objects flying between the two sides. A few hours later, W S P says someone was shot. A freelance video journalist tells me that there was a fight. And that someone with that pro trump group pulled out a gun and then pulled the trigger. Troopers are now leading that investigation. And for those who call Olympia home hearing about what took place is unsettling. 25 year old man from Shoreline has been arrested as a result of the shooting Olympia police arrested four people involved with the clash, and four officers suffered injuries. We have not heard the extent of those injuries. Today, a group of people raising awareness about the treatment of Punjabi farmers in India demonstrated by the space needle and outside of our studios, the group demonstrated peacefully and left after a few hours. This was the same group that brought part of the Interstate four or five to a standstill last Sunday. That group later moved to Ashwood Park in Bellevue. Motorcyclist has died more than a week after a collision with a car on I five in Snohomish County. Washington State Patrol, says 63 year old Stephanie Richards of ever it was changing lanes at a high rate of speed when she struck a car was ejected. That accident happened on December. 4th Retin believes officers in the hospital this more after his patrol car was hit by another car happened around three this morning at 11th and South Car Road. The other vehicle went down in embankment and landed against a power pole. Luckily, the injuries are minor, though the officer was taken to the hospital for a possible concussion, and dogs can be trained for all kinds of service needs. But one Northwest company is at the forefront of a different kind of service Animal. Home was Brian Calvert explains. Mary Davis loves working with dogs. And in her original business model. We started as a dog training company where we were just training and doing doggy him for naughty dog. Really, Is there such thing as a naughty dog? I die aggress. But then someone requested a service dog and Mary had a success story. Others were doing similar things. So she set out to try something a little different. She tells k r e m dot com were one.

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1 man shot, 4 officers injured after protests in Olympia take violent turn

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00:43 sec | 1 year ago

1 man shot, 4 officers injured after protests in Olympia take violent turn

"Dueling protests reveled in Olympia, ending with a shooting. We know four officers were also hurt during the clash of both these groups. At one point, Olympia police declaring it a riot almost call Miller with fists and other objects flying between the two sides. A few hours later, W S P says someone was shot. A freelance video journalist tells me that there was a fight and that someone with that pro trump group pulled out a gun. And then pulled the trigger. He had his gun aimed like sideways and waved it east to West motion multiple counter protesters and then shot We know that the shooter's a 25 year old man from Shoreline, who has been arrested for first degree assault here is now at the Thurston County

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02:08 min | 1 year ago

"olympia police" Discussed on KOMO

"And gas masks on and counter protesters with those shields out front. The two groups coming face to face squaring off in the streets. It did not take long for Olympia police to step in declaring this a riot with Washington State Patrol's sending in its rapid deployment force when people come With conflict in mind with provocation in line and confrontation. Mind rather than speech, Uh, in frustration. You have days like himself today with fists and other objects flying between the two sides. A few hours later, W S P says someone was shot. A freelance video journalist tells me that there was a fight and that someone with that pro trump group pulled out a gun. And then pull the trigger. Troopers are now leading that investigation. And for those who call Olympia home hearing about what took place is unsettling to say the legal Miller found out a 25 year old man from Shoreline has been arrested as a result of that shooting that took place Olympia police arresting four people involved with that clash for officers suffered some injuries. We do not have the extent of those injuries will be getting updates today for sure. State Department of Health expecting you get the first shipment. So the visor vaccine in the early part of the coming week here, people in the so called one a group will be vaccinated first includes frontline medical workers and those who work closely with people who have the virus. The nationwide distribution of covert 19 vaccine Quite a process, in fact, to explain co most Eva Karin ups and FedEx will transport the vaccine under escort by U. S marshals. Each crate has radios and GPS devices on them as well as a temperature probe. That's to make sure the vaccines Stay at more than 90 degrees below zero. Once the doses arrive at hospitals and other facilities will need to go from the boxes. Two freezers within 90 seconds, then the doses need to be brought to room temperature in order to be administered. That process takes about Three hours and once again will remind you Governor Jay Inslee plans to hold a press conference this morning at 11 32 given update on the covert 19 vaccine again, 11 30 here. Be tuned to Komal Am 1000 FM 97 78 34 here.

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02:05 min | 1 year ago

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"Stories from the Coma. 24 7 News Center Olympia Police are investigating the shooting at downtown protest this afternoon. Suspect has been detained. The victim is being treated, but no word on the extent of the injuries. Police have declared the demonstration a riot and ordered people to leave. It appears they have dispersed. There were several protest groups in Olympia, including those against Cove in 19 restrictions. Others protesting President Trump's election loss, along with those from black lives matter in about two weeks, the day after Christmas, 100,000 Washingtonians are expected to lose the federal unemployment benefits. If Congress doesn't take action. We're talking about people who receive pandemic unemployment assistance. These are often gig workers or self employed or people who are impacted by covert related issues. Co Moh Suzanne Font explains what's at stake and what Washington state is doing to help. I'm a classical musician, a singer and a conductor Ryan filer mostly does work with choirs and occasional since solo work When the pandemic hit in March, I would say about 75% of my income was based off of being a performer. And all of those opportunities just dried up immediately. Nearly 100,000 gig workers, independent employees and self employed people count on the pandemic Unemployment assistance or P u a program Most p way recipients get about $300 a week, Governor James Lee says. If Congress does not act, he's going to offer a temporary relief package so people don't fall off that Cliff Zan phone come on news. Well, Congress continues to fail to reach an agreement on any covert relief. State leaders are sounding the alarm about the urgent need here. Kristina Wong with nonprofit Northwest Harvest is Washington is experiencing AH hunger crisis, More than one in four are difficulty covering basic needs, including housing and food, and that's according to the most recent U. S census data. They say the worst is yet to come during the colder winter months when 1.5 million Washingtonians are at risk of not having enough to eat or proper shelter. About 25,000.

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04:42 min | 1 year ago

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"Civil. I'm asking you not to harass somebody or Damage their house or terrorized them in their house. Anyone with information about the vandalism is asked to call Olympia Police. New models show that under the right conditions, schools can be re opened safely. Combos Ryan Harris says it will take several safety measure. The report from the Institute for Disease Modeling finds that if the new too weak case rate hold steady at 75 per 100,000 re opening schools, starting with the youngest kids won't have much of an effect on community spread under several different scenarios. Those include countermeasures, including diagnostic testing symptoms, Screening Co. Hoarding students and masks, Deputy State Health Secretary Lacey Fehrenbach says it's a local decision and they're working with district on state guidance like reality is right now our disease trend is kind of going the wrong way to expand in person learning much, and I, d M tze expert acknowledges that they have not yet done models that account for that increasing community virus spread. Brian Harris come Oh, noon, Central Washington University just announced a change in Corona virus policy for its students attending class in person. Alcove in 19 testing is strongly recommended at several Washington colleges and universities. It will not be required to attend classes that CWU during the winter quarter announcement comes the same day we learned a covert outbreak of the University of Washington's Greek row. Is not affected. Nearly 350 students How soon could the border with Canada reopens? Comas? Bryant Calvert reports It could happen not long after a new president is announced. Most Canadians are betting Donald Trump remains in power. Canadians air right and Trump wins. One BC analyst says that could mean the border could remain closed due to covert 19 longer. Jack Finlayson with the Business Council of BC told the son that he sees tourism industry has been decimated. And the border closure remains. One of the biggest headwinds were fighting on economic recovery. The two countries closed the border to non essential travel on March 21st in an effort to slow the spread of Corona virus. The sooner the U. S gets control of the pandemic. The sooner the border can reopen Finley's and told the Sun. Basically, he's saying if Trump wins the border is going to stay closed longer because we're not a fan of his plan, he says. Also quote I'm suggesting that the likelihood of getting control of the pandemic would be under a Biden administration. Ryan Calvert Camo News, awful based company will reportedly stopped producing ventilator machines by the end of this month, according to the Cocoa Tribune in Indiana. Ven Tech is winding down production due to a weakening demand for the breathing machines. Earlier this year, the company partnered with General Motors to make tens of thousands of ventilators for hospitals in the fight against Corona virus. There are more than 465,000 unemployment claims filed in Washington last week amid the ongoing pandemic. Komal Sue Romero. Report. The state Employment Security Department says the number of claims are still high about 113% above the same week in 2019, but overall claims for pandemic assistance decreased compared to last week. The industry The highest number of claims were construction, hospitality and food service and healthcare. The agency says it's paid out more than $12 billion in unemployment claims since the pandemic hit in March. See Romero Common use couple news time 11 40 for the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk Thursday night Football Packers beat the 40 Niners 34 to 17. The Seattle Seahawks make a rare trip to Buffalo. Here's Como's Bill Schwartz, a battle of first place teams, six and one, Seattle against six and two bills Sunday morning in upstate New York. Seahawks have not played there in Buffalo since 2008 and Russell Wilson can check off another NFL stadium box is the only state and I haven't played and I've been there actually got one on recruiting visit. There actually, is me Chandler Jones and Trent Richardson was a cool place and they love football. As for sure, you know. You know, Bill's Maki. They love it, so it'll be a great game. We're looking forward to it. The Hawks won't know until tomorrow. The status of running back Chris Carson healing a foot sprain. Safety Jamal Adams could play for the first time in three weeks. There is no Washington at California football game Saturday night, The Pac 12 declared it a no contest because the Golden Bears won't have enough scholarship athletes available in key positions. One cow player tested positive for covert. Several teammates have been isolated. The Huskies now open their season November, 14th at home against Oregon State. The Beavers kick off their shortened schedule this Saturday in Corvallis against Washington State Sports of 10 and 40 after the hour Bill Swartz Comeau news When you suddenly have to be productive at home. You find out certain things like your neighbor is learning.

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"olympia police" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"olympia police" Discussed on KOMO

"However, The actual violence, property destruction or actually gets us making arrests, potentially using SPD says they bought the L Rad after complaints of the Office of Police Accountability that protesters could not hear their instructions clearly during previous demonstrations. Once again the homes of Olympia City Council members have been targeted by Vandals. Almost Carleen Johnson reports had happened Last weekend. City Council members Clark Gilman and Jessica Bateman spent the weekend cleaning and scrubbing their homes and vehicles. After being targeted by Vandals with white paint on Saturday morning, both of those council members telling the Olympian they weren't sure whether the vandalism was a political statement or what statement saying it's an emotional time, but vandalism doesn't serve any purpose. Gilman said he was not aware of anyone claiming credit for it, but acknowledged he's been outspoken on social media about nonviolent protest. Calling them more respectful and impactful. Olympia Mayor Cheryl Selby's home was vandalized last summer during downtown protests. All of that caught on surveillance video. Anyone with information about the new incidence is asked to call Olympia Police. Carleen Johnson. Come on, is Man appears county's been arrested after a deadly shooting into coma. Deputies say a 21 year old man was shot and killed at the Silver Ridge apartment complex. The alleged shooter was later found on another apartment complex and still come The 27 year old man was arrested and is now being booked into the Pierce County jail. On homicide charges. Schools can reopen with out a dramatic increase in spread the Corona virus, according to new models. Cuomo's Ryan Harris says the models assume a lot of conditions. Those assumptions include the new community case rate holding steady at around 75 per 100,000, which it is not right now. It also looks at several different approaches from a full schedule, with no measures toe limit spread to sticking with remote learning with scenario. Is that incorporate diagnostic testing, hybrid schedules and other so called countermeasures when looking at how those effect they are not number the reproductive rate. The Institute for Disease Modeling is Daniel Klein says in person, learning with countermeasures doesn't significantly increase that number. Starting around one as we go to hybrid K five and even a full schedule the level state about one. The takeaway from state health is that we still need to double down to bring the rates down before school's Khun Reopen. Brian Harris Camo news Just yesterday, State Department of Health reported 1496 new cases of covert 19. That's the highest number of new cases in a single day since the pandemic began. Today's report shows another 1070 new cases and 15. New deaths. Washington is seeing a slight decrease the number of unemployment claims filed during the pandemic. The employment Security Department says there were more than 465,000 claims filed in the last week of October, down 2%. From the previous week. Coma news time 8 40 from the Beacon Plumbing Sports does Thursday night football in the books Now the Green Bay Packers beat the San Francisco 40 Niners 34 to 17. And Bill Swartz says the Seahawks make a rare trip toe Buffalo a battle of first place teams six and one Seattle against six into Bill's Sunday morning in upstate New York. Seahawks have not played there in Buffalo since 2008 and Russell Wilson can check off another NFL stadium box is the only state and I haven't played and I've been there actually got one in recruiting visit. There actually, is me Chandler Jones and Trent Richardson was a cool place the football that's for sure, you know. You know, Bill's Maki. They love it, so it'll be a great game. We're looking forward to it. The Hawks won't know until tomorrow. The status of running back Chris Carson healing a foot sprain. Safety Jamal Adams could play for the first time in three weeks. There is no Washington at California football game Saturday night, The Pac 12 declared it a no contest because the Golden Bears won't have enough scholarship athletes available in key positions. One cow player tested positive for covert. Several teammates have been isolated. The Huskies now open their season November, 14th at home against Oregon State. The Beavers kick off their shortened schedule this Saturday in Corvallis against Washington State Sport to 10 and 40. After the hour Bill Swerts Comeau news o.

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"olympia police" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"olympia police" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Who keep me keep me Brady than even today the federal bureau of prisons suggests commas injuries are the result of a suicide attempt in its response to a lawsuit filed by the family the government says comma was found hanging in this cell but that's false we know because we have the bureau of prisons own internal investigation it concludes comma wasn't found hanging and it wasn't a suicide attempt we found the report among more than a thousand pages documenting inmate on inmate violence that NPR on the Marshall project obtained by filing freedom of information act requests originally it was calm as so many who said it was a suicide that he income acquire so calm affect the suicide thinking it would get a move to another cell but the fake suicide went wrong he does not remember about the incident Donna comma is right her son's memory of what happened is lost but prison officials investigated and concluded the summit was whining but he had strangled comma what was found on the floor of a cell he wasn't hanging a bit she was tied around his neck but the she was loosen the knot around his neck was one that a person contain himself com had been kicked in him the summit was disciplined he was moved to disciplinary segregation which at Lewisburg meant he most likely ended up in his own cell that so many by the way it killed another inmate and another person we asked the bureau of prisons to comment on what we found the spokeswoman said they can't talk about it because of the family's pending lawsuit we've come to a fence at the water's edge on Puget Sound where police called Chuck coma after he robbed the bank according to the police report this is where Chuck being chased by several members of the Olympia police department pulled over in a white two door mercury crashed through a chain link fence that's our reporting partner Cristie Thompson of the Marshall project got out of the car wearing a full scuba suit the newspapers would call it a day James Bond plot but mostly it was just a whoosh Inal he'd robbed the bank wearing a long raincoat or for a wet suit he had scuba tanks in this car and this plan was the crashes car in the Puget Sound and swim away.

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"olympia police" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"olympia police" Discussed on KOMO

"With the police force family admits he's had issues that the police are familiar with him. But they say he was only armed with that knife. They could have shot him at his leg and arm white directly in the chest, protector from surrounding sheriff's offices, along with the state patrol are doing an independent investigation of the shooting in Centralia, Keith Eldridge, KOMO news. Did cat. Discover in Olympia has residents and police concerned about more than a dozen cat mutilations and Thurston county last year. Olympia police Lieutenant Paul lower says a resident reported finding part of a cat's body from about. Stomach hindquarters animals found. He says the are not ruling out a connection to the deaths of thirteen cats found last year across the county that is trying to determine what happened to be could be weeks until the test results are known court. Documents reveal more details about crime spe- spree in Snohomish county that ended Monday with a car crash in for teenagers in custody. All of the teams are between the ages of fifteen and seventeen. Komo's Steve McCarron says they now potentially face charges in juvenile court, including robbery and assault. Investigators believe a group of teens used this Dylan car, to commit a series of crimes in Mukilteo and Everett say they used a knife to steal the women's purses. She walked to catch a bus punching an eleven year old in the face stealing a woman cellphone apartment complex ever, and trying to rob a school bus driver at an elementary school at one point a witness spotted the teens driving the car radically on the Bothell Everett highway teams sped off, as deputies tried to pull them over.

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"olympia police" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:23 min | 3 years ago

"olympia police" Discussed on KOMO

"Putting your house on the market, more homes are selling in Seattle prices are starting to creep back up, the succeeding to the remix may national housing report Jon manning with Ballard's Remax tells us that talking taking a couple of weeks longer to sell and there are more homes on the market right now. But he says things could change one large corporation to set off a hiring spree before the market can heat up. Pretty quickly tells us may signal what it calls a rebalancing of the markets. Komo news time is six oh. Way to body has washed ashore in the obey, and it is presumed to be that of missing fishermen seventy year old Charles Swanson had launched his boat last week, but hasn't been seen since crews searched rough. Sees over the weekend. Nothing was found until the body was discovered on Monday in the King County, medical examiner will determine a cause of death and make a positive ide- Olympia and easy today. After a dead cat was found police investigating now whether it could be linked to several cap mutilations last year Lieutenant Paul lower. With the Olympia police department says somebody found a half of a cat's body in southeast neighborhood, which doesn't rule out a connection to last year's thirteen cases. None of the mutilated cats were found next to each other, they were spread throughout the county including into the city of lacy. And some of the unincorporated parts of the county. He says the cat remains were taken to a vet they'll try to determine how it died. Lower says it could take weeks until they have that information. There are a lot of poisonous weeds out there. And the King County connect app is a feature that lets you know, look through some of the more common invasive weeds, and take a picture that automatically records, the location, so experts know where to find those problem plants Sasha. Ah Shaw with the county's noxious weed control program says they give priority to the ones that will do the most harm. We're targeting near community gardens near people's schools parks places where animals might eat it accidentally, or people might eat it. So that's where we're going to prioritize spent you just have to pick your battles Shaw says, if you want to remove the weeds yourself dig out the route, and we're gloves so you don't risk absorbing poison. She's gonna come over and show us how to do it in my art, maybe. Yeah. For how much you know what we we're gonna talk sports with Bill right now. Bill Schwartz from Harley exterior sports desk. But I just saw this online Bill NBA star Steph Curry's, new shoes can tell where's exactly how loud, it can get in the oracle arena. It's the curry six rural features decibel meters, one on the mid sole, the other on the tongue in the sock liners read roar. And this is our house. Well, I'd like a pair of those kicks every night Sikri, especially in the newsroom when I'm trying to lay down a story injuries are part of sports. Seattle. Mariners have their fair share manager, Scott service spent much of this afternoon. Updating about the guys who are playing Felix Hernandez, getting checked out after complaining of fatigue in his shoulder and back during a minor league rehab assignments. The king is not ready relief pitcher hundred Strickland had a minor setback drawing banning practice. And what about Mitch Haniger? Great outfielder for the Mariners and no timetable returning from that. Ruptured testicle tonight at T mobile park, the take on Kansas City Royals in the second of three game series. Casey won the opener six to four as we told you earlier this afternoon. The Chicago White Sox are planning to extend the protective netting at their home, ballpark, guaranteed field becoming the first major league team to do. So that's in the wake of a couple of high profile fan injuries. Each of those incidents occurred in the stands beyond the dugout of the third base side. The Mariners issued a statement today saying fans safeties paramount. They're also looking into more fan safety with major league baseball. Prosekey extending that protective netting was tough injury today at Seattle Sounders training camp will Bruin, their forward suffered a significant Langa injury were still trying to get an update on that and his Brett farve making an NFL comeback at age forty nine. What we'll have the answer in our next sports update at six forty on the home of the huskies, KOMO news. Hey everybody in the newsroom. Quiet bills coming back out. But if you wanna see a collective cringe, all you gotta do say, ruptured testicle, I think every man, just, you know, their shoulders went up and I saw the face wrinkle up as. Yeah. He had surgery four. I saw you do that. Everybody did well from that we go to the Federal Open Market committee, which continues its meeting tomorrow. That's a left turn. The big question is with their be an interest rate hike. So we'll take a pause and go to bankratEcom chief financial analysts Greg McBride. Komo's Tom hutler. The fed has said they will be patient, as it pertains to determining when changes may be needed is at this still the case or do they indicate a likely. The rate is coming up soon, perhaps even tomorrow, I think they're going to lose that patients, I think what they're going to do not actually going to change interest rates at this meeting. But in instead likelihood is that they're going to signal a willing miss and readiness to do. So in the months ahead, if the economy deteriorates, if they you know the conditions warrant them doing. So of course, you know, the real concern to head into the economy that we're getting from tariffs and trade disputes, given the uncertainty with a trade disputes with China and the terrorist, what, what action steps should consumers be taking now when it comes to personal finances. Great time to look at refinancing the mortgage mortgage rates have dropped very substantially more than a percentage point since last fall into the lowest in about nineteen months right now. So great opportunity for anybody who's bought a home in the past couple of years to look at refinancing. And lowering that rate or if you just missed previous opportunity to do so more broadly, though, I do think it's important for people to stabilize their finances at a time like this. When unemployment's. Low and people are making more money boost your savings Tae down, and pay off debt. Create a little bit of breathing room in your budget, so that you're better able to weather an economic downturn. Whenever that materializes anything else you're looking for during this two day session, they release their updated economic projections, and what's known as the dot plot, which gets of wonky, but basically, it's, you know, the expectations of where the various members of the fed think interest rates are going to go, and I think there's going to be a little bit of a tight rope to walk there in terms of how they communicate that so that they can communicate a willingness to cut rates but not an outright concern that the economy is rolling over Greg, always great to get your expertise. Thanks for being with us once again. Greg McBride chief financial analyst at bankrate dot com and talking.

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"olympia police" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"olympia police" Discussed on KOMO

"Keeps over charging papers indicated the victims and the killer were all heavy drug users and Leopold claimed voices told him to kill the women that sentence handed down today in court seven hundred thirty one months more than sixty years in prison. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. A homeless man is in the hospital after a stabbing in Olympia police say a man in his fifties who lives in a nearby homeless encampment was stabbed at about seven this morning at St. avenue northeast and Franklin street in downtown Olympia police say the guy and his alleged attacker knew each other and the two apparently had an argument that led to the stabbing. The man was taken to providence Saint Peter hospital in critical condition streets were closed as police investigated drive along any Washington state highway and you'll see small numbered green and white signs on the side of the road. Increasingly these milepost markers have become the targets of thieves. Come was Corwin Hake explains. Why sign? Dealers. Don't go after every mile post number, but one number is especially desirable as Colorado. Learn shortly after that state legalized cannabis Colorado Sissy legalize weed four twenty has been stolen too many times. It's true in Washington to where the state transportation department tells the Seattle times it's Andrew replace over six hundred mile marker signs since two thousand twelve at a cost of about a thousand dollars each Colorado came up with a creative solution. As local news stations noted with glee troopers move the side and back just a smidge and made it four nineteen point ninety nine male marker mile marker it's been effective there and Washington has copied the idea by either using four nineteen point nine or by simply leaving one sign blank between four nine and four twenty one and Washington is also following Colorado's lead on another troublesome number larimer county. There is a mile sixty eight. Point five signed Corwin Hake. Komo news from ABC news, Tech Trends, Alex stone, five G may not sound all that exciting. But it's about to change your world here..

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Everett, Seattle and Bob Ferguson discussed on KIRO Nights

KIRO Nights

01:41 min | 4 years ago

Everett, Seattle and Bob Ferguson discussed on KIRO Nights

"The hotel motel tax revenue to go to. Affordable housing Washington's leading a coalition of at least seven states suing the Trump, administration over so-called ghost guns the administration's allowing Texas company to post blueprints online that basically show anyone how to use a three d. printer to. Make, their own guns maybe clear no background check no waiting period, no serial number Washington attorney general Bob Ferguson says the administration is undermining both, federal laws and states rights he firearms out of the wrong. Hands Olympia police believe they've caught a pair of cereal car prowlers the Olympia in reports the two. Suspects are accused of smashing fifty-six car windows damage estimated at more than ten thousand dollars in. The city of efforts the council members there are looking at a plan to handle all the new residents expected in the coming years here's KIRO seven. Robin yots within the next twenty years they expect the population to grow by sixty Thousand people planners have drafted up the metro Everett plant, seeking to rezone downtown Everett to absorb the growth the plan will allow buildings as tall as. Twenty five stories and we'll also rezone parking to make one car families were common over the next month or hold a series of public. Hearings if, the public has. Concerns critics worry. The plan will lead to higher. Property values in, taxes which could push longtime residents out a look at. Your forecast now and a little smokey. Through this evening and even into Tuesday even though the onshore push of cooler air. Is on the way morning low temperatures, will still, be in, the lower sixties in Seattle fifties elsewhere high temperatures tomorrow in the. Low eighty s I'm KIRO seven chief meteorologist Morgan Palmer it's eighty eight degrees in downtown Seattle I'm from gig..

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