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"Learning a little more about the attack on students at Auburn Riverside High School that happened Monday more from Northwest News Radio's Jeff Pojala on Monday six masked assailants were able to gain access to Auburn Riverside High School though unarmed the group began roaming the halls punching and hitting students at random district superintendent dr. Ellen Spicciotti tells our sister station 570 they're still trying to determine a motive it's something that that we want to know because this is this is really out of bounds it's going to result in some some severe consequences for those individuals and we want to know what happened no one was seriously hurt the district believes those involved were were students and it's unclear if anyone has been arrested Jeff Pojala Northwest News Radio King County Sheriff's is deputy on administrative leave after he was accused of punching a handcuffed suspect several times in the back of a patrol car como 4's Hannah Knowles reports newly released charging documents detail the events from March 5th 2023 King County Sheriff's deputy Matthew Good allegedly reported hitting a person several times in the back of a patrol vehicle documents state the man in the domestic assault case who we are not naming out this time was under arrest handcuffed and seat belted into the back of a KCSO vehicle when he started kicking another deputy that's when Deputy Good allegedly got into the vehicle and delivered three punches to the suspect's chest it's real clear to me that this deputy apparently lost control of his emotions former King County Sheriff John Urquhart tells me after wearing the badge for 43 years he understands how emotions can play a role in the job but that it's an officer's duty to control them we are trained not to let that happen we just can't do it and when it does we have to face the consequences and Deputy Good's next court appearance is set for October Members of the State Transportation Commission have voted to rename a stretch of Highway 11 in honor of a Cowlitz County who deputy was killed in the line of duty four years ago Deputy Sheriff Justin DeRosier was shot and killed after responding to investigate reports of a disabled motorhome on the night of April 13th 2019 20th District Representative Ed Orcutt represents Cowlitz County and took part in today's hearing of the Transportation Committee. I think it's very fitting that we named this section of roadway after Justin DeRosier show one respect For the job that he did but also our respect for the family and as a reminder to the community. That's what our law enforcement is doing is they're putting their lives on the line. Deputy DeRosier has had served with the Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office for three years and previously served with the Whitman County Sheriff's survived by his wife daughter and daughter who was born only weeks before his death. Have you seen any coyotes in your neighborhood recently? It's not unusual anymore. Here's Tim whole coyote pups born earlier this year are now grown and beginning to wander daytime sightings are commonplace even in urban settings where coyotes have adapted to live alongside humans. Just look at any neighborhood Facebook page door or next posting. It's a good reminder to not leave small pets unattended outside keep dogs on leash on walks chickens in an enclosed coop if you do encounter a coyote experts say stand your ground clap your hand shout or even jingle your car keys the daily Olympian says you can also report local coyote sightings by going to carnivore spotter .org Tim whole Northwest News Radio coming up have you seen this I'm Brian Calvert with the effort to find where a wayward creature actually belongs. 110 time for an update on sports from the Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk in Marina Rockinger. We're gonna watch some Major League Baseball playoffs tonight Houston Astros at Texas Rangers Rangers leading that best of seven series to nothing and the Kraken hope to look for something better as a result after coming up with another loss here's Marina the Seattle Kraken sit at the bottom of the Pacific Division that is the team has zero wins three losses and one loss in overtime they lost yesterday to the Avalanche four to one the team is hoping to surface with a win tomorrow night as they host the Carolina Hurricanes. Sounders FC is looking for a win for the last match of the 2023 MLS regular season before heading to the playoffs they face st. Louis on Saturday head coach Brian Schmetzer says they're ready but have to stay focused what's in front of them? playoffs are here it's playoff time even for the two home games so that message is there for sure and not in the sense that okay we have to go through this team or this team or this team but just we got to get our act together because on any given day we're playing up to our potential I believe we can beat anybody. The OL rain comes off
"orcutt" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Sure we have just as much capacity throughout construction as we did going into construction. Airport Director Lance Little says their strategy is to make the journey to your gate predictable. Reserve your parking before you get to the airport. The other one is secure the checkpoint line. You can actually reserve your space and line using SpotSaver. And they say check in and get your boarding pass online before you leave home. They also advise getting there early. Two hours for domestic flights, three hours for international. At Sea -Tac Airport, Ryan Harris, Northwest News Radio. Wildfires are expected to scorch a bunch of the state this summer, and U .S. Maria Senator Cantwell is calling for a higher level of preparation. Let's change our management system response so that we can reduce fire risk. Speaking at a Senate committee hearing, the Washington Democrat is recommending prescribed burns during the spring months to prevent worse fires later. She'd like to see a quicker aerial attack when fires are still young and she's endorsing more state and federal interagency cooperation. A city council member says Seattle should impose its own excise tax on capital gains, just as the state has done. Northwest News Radio's Corwin Haake has more. The state Supreme Court recently upheld state's the seven percent capital gains tax on profits from the sale of assets like stocks and bonds. Now Seattle council city member Alex Peterson proposes legislation under which Seattle would adopt a two percent excise tax. Who pays this tax? The very small number of people who are earning more than $250 thousand dollars in a single year. Just as it did at the state level, such a tax is likely to face political opposition. Representative Ed Orcutt, Calama Republican, argued the state tax would discourage the wealthy from making philanthropic donations. If we take that money away from them, if we tax it away from them, they don't it have to contribute in the community. Peterson says his tax would replace a Seattle utilities tax on water usage, which he calls regressive. Corwin Haake, Northwest News Radio. A 28 year old man is arrest under following a stabbing aboard a bus in Everett. The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office says it happened just before 5 30 PM yesterday. The injured 49 year old man was taken to Providence Regional Medical Center with serious but non life threatening injuries. He has since been released from the hospital. The city of Seattle already paid a paid half million dollars to settle a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the father of a 16 year old boy who was shot and killed during the Capitol Hill summer protests and riots in Seattle. Well, today, Antonio Mays Jr. And his family filed another suit against the city and county for the 2020 riots and related chaos that led to the teen's death. Mays tells Northwest News Radio he has spent the last three years trying to get information from city officials about his son's death. There's totally different people in office right now. The people that know what happened that made the arrangements that were communicating with the people in that area that know that was totally involved. The city of Seattle says it is reviewing the lawsuit. owners The of existing large buildings, both multifamily home and commercial, will see building emissions reduction goals that get more strict every five years. The new program in Seattle aims to cut carbon emissions in those buildings by estimated an 27 % by 2050. Sandra Mallory with the Office of Sustainability and Environment says building owners generally don't like regulations, but she says they've had 95 % compliance with other greenhouse gas reduction programs. We've done everything we feel we can. We've been extremely accommodating to the different conditions that different building owners will be in. And I think that's eased concerns. The program comes with a couple of standardized methods building owners can use follow to the new rules, but the OSE also offers a way to customize a plan for situations. Time to visit the Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk in Miami. It's Game 3 the Miami Cup final between Florida Panthers and Vegas Golden Knights. It is tied up at two apiece at the end of regulation so it's going into overtime. Bill Swartz tells us which players shine most at the Seahawks football minicamp. Three days worth of mandatory meetings and practices conclude at the VMAC in Renton. Head Coach Carroll Pete High on Seattle's rookie class, but he singled out one defensive back in particular. Michael had Jackson's the best camp anybody.
"orcutt" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Upheld the state's percent seven capital gains tax on profits from the sale of assets like stocks and bonds. Now Seattle city council member Alex Peterson proposes legislation under which Seattle would adopt a two percent excise tax. Who pays this tax though very small number of people who are earning more than $250 in a single year. Just as it did at the state level such a tax is likely to face political competition. Representative Ed Orcutt, Calama Republican, argued the state tax would discourage the wealthy from making philanthropic donations. If we take that money away from them, if we tax it away from them, they don't have it to in contribute the community. Peterson says his tax would replace a Seattle utilities tax on water usage, which he calls regressive. Corwin Haake, Northwest News Radio. Downtown Seattle gets a needed desperately boost with the return of tourist season and warm summer weather. There are also more permanent changes hoping to re -energize downtown. Ben Bridge Jeweler is set to hold a grand opening of a new flagship store downtown. They've spent the past few years building out their new city and we believe in being part of the next great chapter and so we're on that path and the more that we're here and the more that we continue to invest then the better that gets. The number of visitors downtown has been rising since February up to 2 .4 million people in April according to data from the downtown Seattle Association and more workers are returning to the office so there are simply more people looking for things to do places to eat and to shop. Como4's Molly Shen. The Portland City Council has approved a homeless camping ban that takes effect July 1st. Commissioner Dan Ryan among those voting yes. This decision not was difficult for me. The one no vote came from Commissioner Carmen Rubio who tells our partners K2 at television the city doesn't have anywhere for the campers to go. It was not good process to move forward on this policy. Portland's mayor Ted Wheeler says they're opening more temporary city sanctioned campsites and shelter space and calls the law a step in the right direction. Under the ordinance campers will only face penalties criminal after receiving two warnings. Funko facing a class -action lawsuit from its investors who calling are its now partial move from Everett to Arizona quote disastrous. The lawsuit claims the failed company to tell investors about significant delays in the rollout of a new software program critical to the operations of the new distribution center in Arizona. The delay allegedly led to higher costs and impacted Funko's earnings. The company's headquarters remain in downtown Everett. The company also issued layoff notices to more than 150 employees last year at its Everett and Puyallup warehouses. KOMO4's Mary Naum reporting, up coming after traffic and weather. She would have been 22 today, one of the University of Idaho students murdered last year. I'm Carlene Johnson how her family is honoring her life. 1234 traffic every 10 minutes on the force from the high performance homes traffic center. Here's Kimmy. Use caution through federal way. There is a crash on north on I five approaching south to 72nd. It's been moved down to the left shoulder and the right shoulder. So no lanes are blocked, but there's still activity on both sides. So just be careful. We also still have a mile good two back up in Auburn on westbound 18 approaching the road work happening today at Southeast 304th. It's been blocking right the lane. There's still some crowding on either direction of 405 right now around Renton as you approach sunset. And I'm also hearing of a crash near Lake Hills in Bellevue that may be partially blocking 148th near Southeast 8th Street in Seattle. We had an earlier stall south on I -5 approaching the convention center. That's been clear, but now it's coming really slow as you head south of Northgate, most of the way to the convention center. Northbound 5 also breaking right around the Michigan curb past Spokane Street and eastbound West on Seattle the Bridge is heavier now from just east of Highway 99 onto I -5. This support sponsored by WENDY 'S for Strawberry Frosty. Hurry to WENDY's and get a delicious Strawberry Frosty today. It's worth it. Limited time only at participating WENDY's. Your next Northwest traffic at 1244. Our forecast now sponsored by Northwest Crawl Space Services. Here's Como 4 meteorologist Kristin Clark. Noticeably cooler today, but
"orcutt" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"To unwind. Westbound. I 30 now we're getting some delays. Moving into downtown Dallas that begins a grand will continue over toward I 45 but W B A P. First traffic and weather on the ones and Michael Scott. It's time for teacher appreciation Classic Chevrolet in Grapevine is giving away a brand new 2021 Chevy Equal Knox to one Lucky Texas teacher plus a $200 gift card each week in May visit Classic Chevys Facebook page today for all the details, find new roads. Meteorologist Brad Barton. And there will be a P. What's there? Wishing low fifties around Denton Right now, mid fifties at McKinney, but low sixties inside the metro loops, and today should be sunny, breezy and a little warmer than normal with a high of 84 this afternoon winds out of the South 10 to 20. Low Tonight. 65 Tomorrow Partly cloudy, windy in little warmer with a high of 86 more humid on Sunday, actually with a high of 85, then some spotty showers Sunday night and then often on Monday and Tuesday as well right now at WB Ape 63 degrees months after massive power outages amid the deadly winter storm in February. Electric Reliability Council of Taxes, says it's ready for unexpected record breaking summer ERCOT it it's preliminary summer Outlook assessment laid out three extreme scenarios that could potentially raise alarm bells the summer one estimates the power grid capacity could fall to about 3600 megawatts short or enough power for 720,000 homes. Ah worst case scenario would leave 2.8 million homes in the dark. Orcutt says chances.
ERCOT Says Power Able To Be Restored For Majority Of Affected Dallas Residents
"To be restored amid the severe winter storm. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas has some good news for residents. W B A. P S Clayton level is live in NORTH Dallas. Please give us the latest update. Long awaited news Nickel. Orcutt says this morning that the majority of customers are now able to be restored. Electric companies are still restoring outages in the field, some whether related outages, but those forced outages. They are being lifted across Texas right now, Energy companies have been directed by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas to stop with the forced outages. Now those outages were happening because the Texas power British simply wasn't equipped to handle. Supply and demand issue that we were having with these unprecedented cold temperatures, whether or not they should have been that will be addressed down the line. But the good news right now is power is being restored. There will be no more forced outages, at least for the time being, and ERCOT hopes to keep it that way. There is a media call at 10 o'clock this morning with Bill Magnus, the CEO, we will be on that call. And have the latest for you. But for now, the good news is those forced outages are being lifted in north Dallas. Nicole Clayton Nevil, WB AP News and Governor Greg Abbott has issued an order through
"orcutt" Discussed on KOMO
"Capture a few extra dollars for their commute time. Um, are able to do so. Bill has passed out of committee on a party line vote. Democratic leadership in Olympia isn't gets sold on the idea of a wealth tax that was introduced just last week by representative Noel Frame. Under her proposal, someone's first billion dollars would be tax free, but anything above that would be subject to a 1% tax. But not so fast, says Democratic leader Pat Sullivan. The bill hasn't even been heard yet. So you know, we'll take it one step at a time. However, Sullivan is a co sponsor of the bill. Republican representative Ed Orcutt says he's concerned that a wealth tax would eventually include a lot more Washingtonians. Jeff Pooja look, come on news. Employers would no longer be allowed to get special certificates from Department of labor and Industries to pay disabled people sub minimum wage at our new building. Olympia supporters say an equal wages one of the things that allows disabled people to build confidence and independence. Respected with, the Washington Retail Association, told lawmakers still just simply seems like a blunt instrument that eliminates a program and process that's carefully vetted by Ellen. I'd help individuals and others gain experience or gain opportunities to be part of organizations when they might not otherwise be able to build it. And special Ellen I certificates in July. 2023 now would limit existing certificates to extension of just One year. There are still months to go before the filing deadline, but they're already six candidates for Seattle Mayor Come was Charlie Harder, spoke to a political analyst about how many people might run long time, Democratic strategist Kathy Allen says This is going to be a crowded field Six. Now, in fact, is is that we'll probably be to 10 before March 1st Allison, she wouldn't be surprised to see close to 30 candidates or Seattle mayor on the primary ballot. She thinks this will be a year where experience and moderation matter to voters there. Big issue, I'd say stability that this town doesn't look stable doesn't act stable doesn't seem stable. It seems like it's running and making things up. As they go, Alan says. There is worth at least a couple members of the City Council might run and she doesn't rule out former mayors, even a former governor being drafted to run as well. Charlie. Harder come. Oh, new send people were arrested in yesterday's hostile takeover of Olympia Hotel by a group of homeless activists, the 30 some people under the Red lion in and forced the staff to flee to the basement and hotel guests to remain in their rooms for most of the afternoon. And Rome. Olympia police chief Aaron Gel six as a significant law enforcement presence, help them regain control. When you say, having handed if you're talking about the sheer numbers of officers that we had on scene, we absolutely had to have those numbers, officers. Addict, William and over this in a way that promoted de escalation, chief yell success. No homeless people were arrested, but 10 people were taken into custody and burglary, assault, obstructing police and drug and trespassing charges. The Pentagon is ordered to Bremerton based aircraft carrier back to the U. S to sources told CNN. The military called on the U. S. S. Nimitz to come home. The carrier has been out of sea for approximately 10 months. The Nimitz was used as a deterrent against Iran. Ordered back home in January as a de escalation signal to Iran. But then President Trump reversed the order. Currently it's unclear when the Nimitz will arrive back at Naval Base Kids up For more news tied 7 40 for the beacon Plumbing sports desk..
"orcutt" Discussed on KOMO
"Be to 10 before March boost. Alice says she wouldn't be surprised to see close to 30 candidates or Seattle mayor on the primary ballot. She thinks this will be a year where experience in moderation matter to voters there big issue I'd say stability that this town doesn't look stable. Was an ex stable doesn't seem stable. It seems like it's running and making things up. As they go, Alan says. There is worth at least a couple members of the City Council might run and she doesn't rule out former mayors, even a former governor being drafted to run as well. Charlie. Harder come. Oh news proposal in Olympia is meant to help victims of sex trafficking and assault regain control of their lives. Here's com O Seu Romero with more under Senate Bill 51 80 if a person was convicted of a misdemeanor or felony offense while they were a victim of sex trafficking, prostitution or domestic violence, they can apply to have their conviction cleared. Bill sponsors, Senator Monica Dhingra says current requirements to do that are too complicated for victims to navigate. This bill is really about making sure that we are helping our survivor. Must be clean their lives and make sure they can move forward in a way that is positive. The bill does not apply to certain convictions, including violent felonies, crimes against Children or driving under the influence. Sue Romero come on News Democratic leadership in Olympia, not yet sold on the idea of a wealth tax that was introduced just last week by representative Noel Frame. Under her proposal, someone's first billion dollars would be tax free. But anything above that would be subject to a 1% tax, but not so fast, says Democratic leader Pat Sullivan. The bill hasn't even been heard yet. So you know, we'll take it one step at a time. However, Sullivan is a co sponsor of the bill. Republican representative Ed Orcutt says he's concerned that a wealth tax would eventually include a lot more Washingtonians. Jeff Pooja look, come on, news businesses would no longer be allowed to pay people with disabilities less than minimum wage under a bill heard of the state capital for that part of our coverage. Cuomo's Ryan Harris State law allows employers to get special certificates from the Department of Labor and Industries, which allow them to pay less than minimum wage to student workers, apprentices or disabled people. The bill would block Elon I from issuing new certificates after mid 2023 would only allow one year extensions of existing certificates. John Lee Mus advocacy coordinator for at work, Washington, calls it the biggest civil rights violation for the disabled community, an individual who worked a six hour a day job over the summer of 2003 and only need monthly $70 every two weeks. This is absolutely unacceptable, and we should not allow it to happen any more. Opponents say Not all do well. Ellen competitive wage jobs and that this bill might cost them work opportunities that are meant to improve quality of life. Ryan Harris come Oh news. It's 5 34 combo traffic.