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Ten years after Fukushima, Japan remembers 'man-made' nuclear disaster
"Japan then caused a nuclear power plant in Fukushima to go into meltdown. It was a traumatizing event, one that left the Japanese public and the world wanting guarantees that a nuclear disaster like that would never happen again. But can Japan make that promise? Some of Japan's most prominent earthquake, experts say. Not really the world's Patrick win has more. Okumura. Koji is a paleo seismologist. That means he studies earthquakes, old earthquakes that may have shaken the earth. When wooly mammoths were still around. It's like archaeology off course Quake. Archaeology of earthquakes. Sounds really nish on Lee. It's not. It's actually a matter of life and death because if they fault erupted even 10,000 years ago, that's a sign that it might erupt again in our lifetime, and you really shouldn't build a nuclear reactor anywhere near it. Because this could happen. In 2011 tsunami created by an undersea earthquake that squeaking noise, those air buildings crumbling in a torrent of water. And at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Waves pounded the power plant, causing a meltdown. It happened on March 11 and Japanese people still call it 3 11 shorthand for catastrophe now, Okumura. He is one of the top earthquake experts in Japan. And before 3 11. He was on a government safety panel as a caveat. He wants to say this. Nobody knew and nobody could have predicted kid. What he means is no one could have predicted this earthquake at this specific time. But Okumura and a few others were warning the nuclear industry that some of their reactors were sitting on potentially shaky ground. In those days, nuclear companies were almost regulating themselves. But after 3 11, Japan started over what they knew nuclear watchdog agency one with an unofficial motto, the new nuclear regulatory regime in Japan must be the world's strictest, which tracks with an acknowledgement that seismic risk in Japan is among the world's worst. Drew Richard is an author whose new book, Every Human Intention follows Scientists struggling to figure out how to prevent another Fukushima because that's what people want to hear. Alice that this will never happen again. Okamura, the seismologist says. That's almost an impossible request. We cannot tell when underwear a big Oscar eco cars, he can tell you this, like it or not. No nuclear problem. These profit pretty save Every nuclear power plant, he says, comes with risk, especially in Japan. Here's the deal. Japan just doesn't have much oil or gas. So starting in the 19 sixties, with lots of American help, it went heavy on nuclear to power, one of the world's biggest economies. And they did this. Knowing Japan as a lot of earthquakes again. Here's Drew Richard nearly all of Japan in nearly all the sites where nuclear reactors are built, our seismically hazardous. It's a nation that faces a level of seismic risk that's almost uniformly comparable to Seismically active areas of California on Lee, California has one nuclear plant. Japan was running 50 Woz after 3 11 that nuclear watchdog shut down all of them. It has since allowed only five to reopen. Watchdog is so strict that even experts who were advising the government before the disaster are effectively not allowed to join. That includes scientists like Okumura, Koji. And others who were warning the government, Okumura says. They just scrap the whole system for them, or the system was useless and I'm used to, and I'm useless to, he says. Other Japanese seismologists, who could join the watchdog agency won't because well, scientists don't want the spotlight the immense political pressure Okumura says. Right now, the agency actually does not have a solid team of earthquake specialist say Don't Tall, you know, professional scientists. Yes, it's a big laws. Drew Richard says. Most earthquake experts agree seismic safety is a real blind spot in a real weak spot for the current regulatory agency. And that's glaring because the Fukushima disaster was a seismic event. That's bad, Richard says. The current top seismic safety regulator isn't really an earthquake expert. He's more of a geologist, so it's a little bit like asking an influential kidney doctor to operate on your heart. Richard says most officials mean well, yet they face a traumatized public. Still looking to scientist for peace of mind the expertise of these earthquakes, scientists has been applied to Ah, fundamentally impossible question that question. Are any of those dozens of reactor sites absolutely safe from earthquakes. And as it turns out on the basis of the limits of human knowledge At this time, the answer is maybe we don't know. At this point half of all Japanese people just don't want nuclear power at all. Nuclear companies are pushing to reopen their reactors, but keep getting denied. Try again, Regulators say, Make it safer. Meanwhile, with most nuclear plants closed, Japan has had to import way more coal, dirty polluting coal warming the whole planet and people aren't happy with that, either. Just listen to these protesters. Follows at US. I'll call, you know, Call Japan. They're chanting, Okamoto says. There are no easy solutions here. He knows the public. Just want scientist to tell them their energy source is safe. What science can never be published again. It's the nature or not. You're Hauser. I admit he also admits that actually, he wants more nuclear plants to open up. That's coming from the scientist who foresaw Lay Fukushima like nuclear nightmare. Look, some of Japan's plans should clearly never open again, He says. They're just too close to fault lines. For others. The odds of another earthquake seem low enough that Japan should take the risk. He says. The country needs power. Yes, I'm afraid people against nuclear power may be hungry after me. Just try not to be too angry at me, Okumura says. He's just a guy who wanted to study prehistoric earthquakes, never imagining that pursuit could affect the fate of his country. And the entire planet. For the world. I'm Patrick Quinn.
Who will be Seattle's next mayor?
"Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin's is the city has further delayed the search for a new police chief. We get the report from Cuomo's Patrick Quinn. There's no search planned at this moment in time. Adrian DS took over for Carmen best after she suddenly retired amid the de funding budget battle plan was to hire a new police chief after the budget cycle and in the new year Now the mayor tells me they could wait until potentially After she leaves office. I'm continuing to have conversations with the City Council on that. I think that everyone's evaluation right now is the chief search would not be successful. On gets an important of thing, and we are. It is such a critical juncture with our police department. We want to make sure that when we do it, we do it right and we do it successfully. Durkin's last day as mayor is December 31st who will replace her. The list is growing. Do you think the next mayor could come from City Hall? I think that voters will make a very different calculation in this election than before. I think that bumper stickers and slogans are not going to cut it, Dirk and said one focusing on the future. Many voters may look to the past, searching for answers to lingering questions. Seattle labored through this summer, and they're gonna want concrete answers on things like Will you cut the police by 50%? Will you make sure there's more mental health care providers? What are you going to do about the crime rates? Because when people come out of covert It's
Seattle Fire mobile clinic brings vaccine to hard-to-reach seniors
"To vaccinate vulnerable populations against Cove in 19. Taking a lot of time Thoko most. Patrick Quinn watched the efforts okay, just like that another person vaccinated. That's the fire department getting shots and arms. I don't feel nothing. I am so excited. I'm going to get my phone chat to seniors, many formerly homeless and low income people living in congregate settings who otherwise face barriers and getting a vaccine. It just didn't happen. With the fire department coming in and taking over the process. I wouldn't have taken the shot ball off because I was still deciding for David. He was grateful the city showed up for him and other people of color black have that Particularly stigma adapt a label on I'm taking that Sean's You're no Seattle fire officials say roughly 90% of people say yes to a vaccine and they haven't wasted a single dose. Defective, but going door to door is slow. The city of Seattle is vaccinated. Just 1415 people and nearly two weeks right now we're in that really. Terrible spot where you don't have enough, but we're gonna get there. A city spokesperson told me they're ready to transform at least one of their drive through testing sites to a mass vaccination site. They just need more doses. So until then, it's invite only so just have a seat over here for 15 minutes, Okay, he's going door to door, delivering the vaccine to the most vulnerable. One dose it a time. Yes, it is sometimes frustrating when we can't do more. Do everyone help people who are really wanting us to come to them. But it's gonna happen soon. They were able to vaccinate 87 people, however, to reach her immunity and King County they need to average 16,000 vaccinations per day 87 16,000. Obviously it doesn't all fall on the shoulders of the city of Seattle. The counties involved hospitals and clinics, but it certainly shows you where we need to be and where we're at now. In south Seattle, Patrick Quinn come on news. Bill
Seattle Fire mobile clinic brings vaccine to hard-to-reach seniors
"To vaccinate to vaccinate vulnerable vulnerable populations populations against Cove against in 19. Cove in 19. Taking a Taking lot of a time lot of time Thoko Thoko most. Patrick most. Patrick Quinn Quinn watched watched the efforts the efforts okay, okay, just just like that like that another another person person vaccinated. vaccinated. That's That's the fire department the fire department getting shots getting shots and arms. and arms. I don't I feel don't nothing. feel nothing. I I am so excited. am so excited. I'm going to I'm going get to my get my phone phone chat chat to seniors, to seniors, many formerly many formerly homeless homeless and low and income low income people living people in living congregate in congregate settings settings who otherwise who otherwise face barriers face barriers and getting and a getting vaccine. a vaccine. It just It didn't just happen. didn't happen. With the With fire department the fire department coming in coming and in and taking taking over the over the process. process. I I wouldn't have wouldn't taken have the taken shot the ball shot off ball off because I was because still I was deciding still deciding for David. for David. He was grateful He was grateful the city the showed city showed up up for him for and him other and people other people of color of color black black have that have that Particularly Particularly stigma stigma adapt adapt a a label label on on I'm I'm taking that taking Sean's that Sean's You're You're no no Seattle fire Seattle officials fire officials say roughly say 90% roughly 90% of people of say people yes say yes to a vaccine to a vaccine and they haven't and they haven't wasted wasted a single a dose. single dose. Defective, Defective, but going but door going to door door to door is slow. is slow. The city of The Seattle city of Seattle is vaccinated. is vaccinated. Just 1415 Just 1415 people people and nearly and two nearly weeks two weeks right now we're right in now that we're really. in that really. Terrible Terrible spot spot where you don't where have you don't enough, have enough, but we're gonna but get we're gonna there. get there. A city spokesperson A city spokesperson told me told they're ready me they're to transform ready to transform at least one at least of their one drive of their drive through testing through testing sites sites to a mass to a vaccination mass vaccination site. site. They just need They just more need doses. more doses. So until So then, until then, it's invite it's invite only only so just so have just a seat have over a seat here over for here for 15 15 minutes, minutes, Okay, Okay, he's going he's going door to door, door to door, delivering delivering the vaccine the vaccine to the most to the vulnerable. most vulnerable. One dose One it dose a time. it a time. Yes, it Yes, is sometimes it is frustrating sometimes frustrating when we can't when we can't do more. do more. Do everyone Do everyone help people help who people are who are really wanting really us wanting to come us to to them. come to them. But But it's it's gonna happen gonna happen soon. soon. They were able They were to able vaccinate to vaccinate 87 87 people, people, however, however, to reach her to reach immunity her immunity and King and County King County they need to they average need to average 16,000 16,000 vaccinations vaccinations per day per day 87 87 16,000. 16,000. Obviously Obviously it doesn't it all doesn't fall all on fall the shoulders on the shoulders of the city of the of city Seattle. of Seattle. The counties The counties involved involved hospitals hospitals and clinics, and clinics, but it certainly but it certainly shows shows you you where we where need we to be need to be and where we're and where at we're now. at now. In south In Seattle, south Patrick Seattle, Patrick Quinn come Quinn on come news. on news. Bill Bill
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"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.
Long lines during COVID-19 vaccine rollout
"At this. This new drone video shows long lines in a new vaccination drive. Thru cited swim. Pushed of accident is ramping up in Washington, and we've now learned the federal reserves are empty Comes Patrick Quinn live tonight with what this means for our ST Patrick. Preston and we took talked with deal which officials tonight they actually learned from media reports that the federal reserves are empty. And what that means is Washington and really every state. They were banking on getting more vaccine in the coming weeks. However, tonight it looks like that's not gonna happen. Thousands backed up in a new drive thru citing squint to get their arms on the vaccine. The demand is evident, but the feds stockpile is empty. It's disappointing because we I thought we're going to get this. This new influx of vaccine coming in. It does not look like that is what will be happening. Lauren jinx with the Department of Health said. Operation Warp Speed verified Washington will still get the same amount of doses as in recent weeks, just gnome or To reach her immunity. The state needs more King County health officer Dr Jeff Duchin. It's incredibly frustrating. I mean, we need doses here to vaccinate, eligible and at risk People King and Pierce County or hoping to open mass vaccination sites in the coming weeks. Snohomish County just opened three drive through sites, but a spokesperson told me quote The county will likely run out of doses before the end of next week, unless significant increases in vaccine distribution to Washington and Snohomish County happened, Jenks with DEA Wait said Despite the state not guaranteed additional doses in the coming days, Washington will still move to phase one B one, allowing those 70 and older and in multigenerational families. To get vaccinated. But statewide, health officials say it's unclear just how delayed distribution will be by not being truthful or transparent about how much vaccine is available is eyes just a heartbreaking turn today. And you saw that crazy drone video with all those cars and line shot by shot by James Castel. I'm told right now as we speak, there are people waiting in line in swim to get vaccinated tomorrow. I'm told right now through next week, they have enough doses, but after that, they really just
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"Right along with us. There are hundreds of new cases each day in our state, along with hospitalizations and deaths on the hot spot counties continue to be King. Snohomish, Pearse, Clark, Yakama and Spokane. But at least for now, the case rate continues to trend downward in what's been a roller coaster ride. This is all very encouraging again. A lot of social distancing and restrictions put in place, but this is actually good sign for us that we're seeing some downward movement. Now with vaccines. There is increased hope that by mid year we could be returning to some sort of normalcy. State health secretary likes to say We're at halftime in the pandemic and then certainly looking at 2021, which is the second half in the second half includes vaccines, and so the good news is that we have now started to see vaccines in the state of Washington and across the country. That's fantastic news. That is cool. Muskie there, uh, Eldridge Reporting, and Dr Ben Danielson, the longtime director of Seattle Children's Odessa Brown Clinic, has suddenly resigned. Co most Patrick Quinn reports in the story First reported by Crosscut, Dr Danielson said quote the institution is replete with racism and a disregard for people who don't look like them and leadership. 2017 comes. Molly Shen feature Danielson fighting for expansion to reach more Families of color. Dr. Danielson resignation reportedly comes after two other colleagues. Both people of color also resigned or felt forced out. In a statement to spokesperson for Seattle Children's Hospital, said their board is looking into Daniel since claims and developing a syriza of actions, adding quote as an organization. We are committed to racial equity, diversity and inclusion will also holding ourselves accountable. We plan to show that commitment to our actions and thorough consideration of any claims of racism or bias. Patrick Quinn Come on use common Whose time is to 40 as we head over to the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. Dave Lewis has our sports news. In the regular season finale from Glendale. Arizona's Yanks are.
Celebrated Black doctor resigns in protest, alleging racism at Seattle Children's hospital
"The longtime director of Seattle Children's Odessa Brown Clinic, has suddenly resigned. Co most Patrick Quinn reports in the story First reported by Crosscut, Dr Danielson said quote the institution is replete with racism and a disregard for people who don't look like them and leadership. 2017 comes. Molly Shen feature Danielson fighting for expansion to reach more Families of color. Dr. Danielson resignation reportedly comes after two other colleagues. Both people of color also resigned or felt forced out. In a statement to spokesperson for Seattle Children's Hospital, said their board is looking into Daniel since claims and developing a syriza of actions, adding quote as an organization. We are committed to racial equity, diversity and inclusion will also holding ourselves accountable. We plan to show that commitment to our actions and thorough consideration of any claims of racism or bias. Patrick
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"Who signed that letter. This can all be repaired socially. If we sit down and talk things has not helping people of color. This is not helping black lives matter. This is not helping the homeless population. We all have to stop arguing and come together along with the property destruction on New Year's Eve, Police say that marches burned an American flag vandalized the East precinct. Unnamed fireworks at the King County You service center. Police arrested four people. Place in Portland made a number of arrests after a new year's Eve crowd became violent, throwing fireworks, bricks and frozen water bottles at officers. Police say some officers were targeted by balloons which may have been laced with a substance that caused burning to the skin. Portland officers were hurt, but officers from other agencies were injured. Several businesses were also damaged the crowd of 80 to 100 people mostly dispersed by 2, A.m., health officials say less than 20% of the vaccines that have arrived in the state have actually been administered COUPLES. Patrick Quinn reports on why the pace of distributions been so slow the state says. Right now we have 356,650 doses of the vaccine, and only 59,491 doses have actually gone and arms. This is Distribution rate of just 18.7%. The state pointed to natural hiccups working out the kinks so to speak. Hospitals suggested there also was a lag in reporting, Cassie Sour, CEO of the Washington State Hospital Association, told me in the first couple weeks, they had to be so picky on who to give the vaccine to that It really slowed down their efficiency. There's more vaccine now. And so our hope is with a broader group of people eligible and more vaccine that you can schedule more efficiently and just say you're all eligible. Make your appointments and come on because there was lots and lots Committees having to meet to say which unit has more covert patients. And how many coma patients they have. That was slowing things down, I think unnecessarily. United Food and Commercial Workers Union wants guaranteed access to covert 19 vaccines for its members. The union represents 1.3 million frontline workers and food and retail. This is in response to the outbreak at a jack in my area Costco where 145 workers got infected with the virus. Unions, calling a grocery CEOs toe work with governors to guarantee access to the vaccine. It says protecting grocery workers will help keep our communities safe. Dr Ben Danielson, the longtime director of Seattle Children's A Desa Brown clinic, has suddenly resigned. Almost Patrick Quinn report. This story first reported by cross cut, Dr Danielson said quote the institution is replete with racism and a disregard for people who don't look like them in leadership. 2017 comes. Molly Shen feature Danielson fighting for expansion to reach more Families of color. Dr. Danielson resignation reportedly comes after two other colleagues. Both people of color also resigned or felt forced out. In a statement to spokesperson for Seattle Children's Hospital, said their board is looking into Daniel since claims and developing a syriza of actions, adding quote as an organization. We are committed to racial equity, diversity and inclusion will also holding ourselves accountable. We plan to show that commitment to our actions and thorough consideration of any claims of racism or bias. Patrick Quinn The money was common. Whose time 7 10 and from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. New Year's Day usually means your choice of about two dozen bowl games this year. It's four but two of them send their winners to the college Football National championship. One of them is the Sugar Bowl, Ohio State versus Clemson. And right now, at halftime, the Buckeyes lead the Tigers 35 to 14 almost Ryan Harris is at the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk with Huvelle play Art That'll be Number one ranked Alabama, which knocked off Notre Dame in the substitute Rose Bowl in Texas. 31 14 your final The national championship game is on Monday. The 11th. In the early Games Number nine Georgia and number eight Cincinnati in the Peach Bowl, and it's Georgia with the 24 21 win and in the Citrus Bowl number 14 Northwestern, with the 35 19 victory over unranked Auburn, the Gator Bowl, Outback Bowl, Fiesta Bowl and Orange Bowl on the schedule tomorrow, as are several college hoops games. Among them. Number one. Gonzaga hosting the University of San Francisco and Washington State hosting Arizona. Sports A 10 and 40 past each hour here on camo news. I'm Ryan Harris. Okay, Parachutes. Ready, boy. The things I go through to get on a loan rates as low as 1.39% a PR new vehicles with Penn fit. You are aware that you don't have to be a military member to save 100 on your auto loan,.
Seattle-based Coast Guard icebreaker to head north on rare wintertime Arctic mission
"Arctic, where the crew will be in close quarters for three months. Almost Patrick Quinn says the trip was delayed due to the pandemic. US. Coast Guard's polar star icebreaker was set to leave the Seattle waterfront power. They're still waiting on covert results from some crew members so instead It'll leave on Friday. For those on board. There's no alternative. This ship must be virus free. We're living in such close quarters, and we're going places that just don't have the medical support of the infrastructure to support us. If somebody gets sick from his captain's cabin bill, why tears is focused on keeping Cove it from coming on board. He said. The near 150 member crew has quarantined for two weeks and before cutting to deeper waters. Everyone will have to have four negative covert tests. Do you guys have a plan B Should someone test positive? We do, and we're not going to take any unnecessary risks. If we have any instances of coded on board, we're gonna proceed. Deport. Get that person the attention they need try to do the contact tracing isolate the crew. Unlike during outbreaks we've
Black Friday crowds thin as shoppers go online to avoid virus
"Out. out. There's There's just just not not as as many. many. There's There's not not a a lot lot of of chaos, chaos, the the frenzy frenzy that that we've we've seen seen in years past that's not there. If anything, the pandemic is more just paving the way for people and businesses to start really opting for online shopping, And we really saw that this year, maybe even more than in years past despite baby the lower turnout, then normal physically, the National Retail Federation projects how Today sails across the country will actually increase this year. I have to 5.2% We talked with shoppers on a different black Friday shopping spree is usually a group of seven of us way go, but with the pandemic we didn't do that. We are trying to avoid mass crowds. We're not going out to a bunch of stories like we normally would just the one and that was this intimate that we heard from talking with shoppers a lot more calculation, a lot more buying online and then coming to pick up a big trend. Don Imus have seen throughout the pandemic. That's Cuomo's Patrick Quinn reporting There is a push in Snohomish County aimed at getting people to shop locally this holiday
Black Friday online shopping on track to hit record as holiday shoppers skip stores
"Friday than we're used to. Thanks to the Corona virus. Pandemic stores were a lot more relaxed. Not that they're not turning out. There's just not as many. There's not a lot of chaos, the frenzy that we've seen in years past that's not there. If anything, the pandemic is more just paving the way for people and businesses to start really opting for online shopping, and we really saw that this year will be even more than in years past despite baby the lower turnout, then normal physically, the National Retail Federation projects Holiday sales across the country will actually increase this year. I have to 5.2% we talked with shoppers on a different black Friday shopping spree. There's usually a group of seven of us Way go. But with the pandemic. We didn't do that. We were trying to avoid mass crowds. We're not going out to a bunch of stories like we normally would just the one and that was this intimate that we heard from talking with shoppers a lot more calculation, a lot more buying online and then coming to pick up a big trend economists have seen throughout the pandemic that school most, um Had Patrick Quinn reporting a restaurant owner
Many Stores Didn't Even Open This Thanksgiving
"Year because of the pandemic. Did you notice how many stores were closed on Thanksgiving Day? Walmart never even opened and what stores did open. They shut down in 5678 o'clock at night. Then we get the black Friday talk about being so different Thanks to the Corona virus. Pandemic stores were a lot more relaxed. Not that they're not turning out. There's just not as many. There's not a lot of chaos, the frenzy that we've seen in years past that's not there. If anything, the pandemic is more just paving the way for people and businesses to start really opting for online shopping, and we really saw that this year will be even more than in years past despite baby the lower turnout, then normal physically, the national retail Federal Asian projects. Holiday sales across the country will actually increase this year by up to 5.2%. We talked with shoppers on a different black Friday shopping spree is usually a group of seven of us way go, but with the pandemic we didn't do that. We are trying to avoid mass crowds. We're not going out to a bunch of stories like we normally would just the one And that was this intimate that we heard from talking with shoppers a lot more calculation a lot more buying online and then coming to pick up a big trend economists have seen throughout the pandemic that's cool, most Patrick Quinn, meanwhile, the survival rate for
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"E and and I n g e r clinic dot com and Dr Michelle with two l's Patrick Quinn. P A. T R I Q u I i N So anything you book you wrote or things you wanna plug before we Yeah. I mean, I would just say, really check out the Menninger Clinic. Where if you need help, if you know someone who needs help, we are a Inpatient outpatient psychiatric hospital. We also have a lot of wonderful resource is on YouTube. We have a blogger on psychology today called Mind matters. And, uh, we are have been known, Um, since we've almost been around 100 years, really, for kind of kind, compassionate. Care of all individuals with mental health issues, and it's what we believe. And that's what every practitioner here in clinician believes and engages in every day. We really, um are huge advocates for reducing the stigma. Mental health, and I'm thrilled that I was able to come and talk about mental health today. It's really important in impacts everything that we do. And certainly our money and final money tip for mental health. What would it be? I would say yes. Slow down your decision making Don't let anxiety drive your decision making around money. Under full. Well, thank you so much, Dr Patrick, when we'll be back, folks with your calls in One of the ways I think to reduce stress in your financial life is get a plan or revise your existing plan. If it's causing his dress, call us aided eight on today. Josh will be back after these messages. It's.
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"That number will increase either tomorrow or Tuesday. When we get reports as no death report UPDATES provided on weekends anymore. Hospitalizations rose by four. Just under 8800 since the start of the outbreak, you know it's a lot of trash in your park. Anything going to be done about it? C L. A mayor and Jenny Durkan proposing a $5.6 million plan to address Trash and maintenance needs in our parks and public spaces, Mayor Durkin's office, saying the city has struggled to meet those needs. Since the Koven 19 pandemic began. Her office cited a rise in trash and illegal dumping. And then there was a dip in staffing due to the pandemic and protocol and a reduction in volunteer cleanups. And by the way, Durkin's plan requires council approval. In Washington. Votes continue to be counted as they will be for days to come on our local items, But it's clear one of the most debated issues on our ballots, voters approving a comprehensive sex education curriculum. Thomas Patrick Quinn talked one on one with reaffirmed Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris write all about when and how this will be rolled out in schools. Referendum 90 passing resoundingly with 58% of the vote, ushering in a comprehensive sex, education, curriculum and all public schools districts across the state that I've been doing this for a long time. They're gonna look at this and go. Yeah, we've been doing this. But if you haven't been doing anything you're gonna need to know and raped all expect a fight from some of the 1.4 million people who voted against the curriculum, mostly from rural counties. I expect that to be an issue there, and I really respect those parents and their concern. So the cool part is the Legislature was clear. Mobley chosen curriculum they must be. Critics say the curriculum takes the control out of parents hands to teach this sensitive information. Still, rectal insisted parents can have a saying through their school boards to design the curriculum and up their kids out if still uncomfortable. So in some ways we strengthen the rights of parents and made it clear and I think that will be really evident as the rules out in Seattle, Patrick Quinn come Oni, some breaking news in the common newsroom from earlier this morning, we have learned that Alex Trebek, two beloved host of game show Jeopardy has passed away. He died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 80, the official Jeopardy Twitter account announcing the news early this morning. Saying Jeopardy! Saddened to share that Alex Trebek has passed away peacefully at his home early this morning, surrounded by family and friends. We have common traffic.
Suspect found dead in bleach tank following woman's murder at Seattle's Cal Anderson Park
"Offender offender in in Seattle Seattle is is accused accused of of murdering murdering his his girlfriend girlfriend before before dying. dying. In In Capitol Capitol Hill's Hill's Cale Cale Anderson. Anderson. Park. Park. Crews Crews pulled pulled Travis Travis Borghi's body from a water treatment tank full of a bleach solution early yesterday escape after police say he barricaded himself inside the pump station in a standoff with officers that lasted several hours. Police haven't released the name of Borghi's domestic partner. And haven't said exactly how she died or the motive behind her killing. It's also unclear whether Borghi intentionally took his own life. Borghi is as we mentioned a habitual offender. We've covered extensively in our project. Seattle reports and our Seattle is dying special, and we're learning new details about what led to those deaths at Cale Anderson Park yesterday. More from Kemal's Jonathan Choe. How are you going to remember anything for a friend today? Who is brilliant person, William par Ham, says his friend Travis Borghi, but was ah tragic character because of the drug addiction and mental health crisis that was going on spent lots of time near this rocket. Cale Anderson Park. People are now leaving flowers to remember his life and the one he allegedly took. Travis was clearly not in his right mind. Borghi is suspected of killing a woman he was staying with in a makeshift shelter Wednesday evening at Cale Anderson. Her name is not being released at this time. The motive and how she died, remains unclear. And he was just kept yelling at them, Investigators say Around the same time try to revive the woman. Borghi broke into the pump house and barricaded himself inside, leading to a standoff with police for several hours. These two deaths come after months of issues plaguing Cale Anderson Park, including illegal campaign. Almost Patrick Quinn spoke one on one with the mayor, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan said. For months they've sent in case workers to help house those who will take it and police when there's an issue of public safety, So we continue to work in that area as much as we can. It doesn't appear to be working. So two people just died. It is incredibly tragic loss there and we've seen throughout the city of Seattle that The number of encampments of increased for a number of reasons there, Dirk and provided sympathy to the lives lost, but few solutions to address this corner of Capitol Hill and even in the midst of a murder investigation, the tents remain at Cal Anderson Park. Come on news time
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"The top five cities in the world with the worst air quality today or on the West Coast because of the wildfires. Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles and San Francisco are topping the list. ABC is Alex Stone is in a smoke covered Ella. It's so gross outside. It's been this way for about a week. But today around L. A. It is especially bad. It's like a thick fog, but you walk outside, You know it's not fog. It's warm out the smell is strong smoke. People here in southern California are being told to remain indoors. Today it is unhealthy to breathe not to exercise outside and to try to avoid going outside. Firefighters in Washington continued to battle 14 wildfires here, but they're starting to get the upper hand. The biggest fires the Pearl Hill fire. Douglas County has burned nearly 220,000 acres and his 64%, contained in the Cold Springs fire in Okanagan County has burned nearly 190,000 acres in his 40% contained statewide, nearly 630,000 acres of land have been destroyed by fire. There is relief for some people living near the Sumner Grand Fire, which destroyed several homes earlier this week, some evacuation orders have been listed lifted, letting more people go home. It's currently 50% contained almost Patrick Quinn reports from Pierce County and Sumner more hands on deck. Fire crews from King and Snohomish County and from the Department of Natural Resource is creating a buffer from nearby homes and the interior of the fire. Still burning. Our biggest challenge doubt is fatigue and safety of the firefighters that have been Out there since the beginning, East Piers Fire chief But backer said the suspected cause of the now 800 acre fire blown transformer that flash caught John Newman's eye. On Tuesday morning, he drove down Myers Road, where he found a small fire, starting to spread called the Fire Department. And then as soon as I hung out there The fire was just enormous sums are great fire is still just 20% contained. It's destroyed. Four homes burned roughly 800 acres 10 miles down the road. The 244th command fire is now 80% contained after burning 275 Acres and Graham in summer. Patrick Quinn News firefighters in Oregon say two very large fires there have emerged at least not yet. The Beachy Creek Fire and Clackamas County has grown to about 187,000 acres so far about 292 Square miles. The fire is threatening thousands of structures right now. Meanwhile, the Riverside Fire rages on south east of Portland that fire has burned more than 130,000 acres. Tell me news time is 3 30 for Let's take another check of area roadways. Evan Smith joins us with the latest Working on a collision into coma, nor found five years to Tacoma. Don't we have the left lane blocked here and that is causing a minor bit of hesitation in the immediate area. Also, we have this closure of 5 20 in both directions for road work until Monday morning between Montlake in 92nd of the two closures remain on highway for 10 in both directions. One your mouth Mountain Road, the other Is in the Bonny Lake area between 1 66 on 181st. Our next couple traffic is at 3 44. Sharon's on has our comma forecast. Smoky air around western Washington continues this afternoon and our highs today they're going to be in the mid to upper seventies smoky, unhealthy air stretches into.
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"Office reporting a few boats have sunk or a trump boat parade was being held this afternoon. No injuries. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Cuomo News 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon it is 2 31. I'm Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the coho 24 7 News Center. Seattle Police are investigating an apparent homicide over night A man was found dead in East Portal Viewpoint Park in the Mount Baker neighborhood. It appears he was shot. Ah, woman found the man in the park this morning and called police. Police are asking for anyone with information to please call them. 63 year old Marysville woman is facing second degree murder charges after a man is found dead in a driveway. Snohomish County Sheriff's Office says they believe the woman got in an argument with the victim and struck him with her car. When has observed the suspect fleeing the sea in her car and then observed the victim line on responsive in the driveway. The man suffered obvious injuries to his head and body consistent with being hit by a vehicle. Detectives believe the suspect drove over the victim with her car. It's been a deadly night on some of our highways. There was a hit and run crash in Parkland. The State Patrol says. It happened just before midnight on state route. 5 12. It's Steel Street, State Patrol says a woman walking on the highway was hit by ATLEAST two cars. Two drivers just kept going. Michael Rinella, self admitted and TIFA supporter wanted for the deadly shooting of a right wing demonstrator in Portland last weekend, was gunned down and killed by police in Lacy Thursday night. Now, Cuomo's Patrick Quinn says it's left behind a shaken neighborhood. For many neighbors. It starts to sink in, wanted or not controversy in conflict stemming from now, 100 nights of Portland protests. Has reached their small neighborhood..
Seattle police to redeploy 100 officers to 911 response
"Seattle Police Department is reassigning 100 officers in hopes of increasing community engagement and speeding up 900 responses. Almost Patrick Quinn reports on how those moves air being received like soul and president of the Seattle Police Officers Guild said the moves will help fix a staffing issue made worse by recent proposed cuts by the Seattle City Council. This is a move to help protect the community who are desperate for a normal one response, and we would not have to do this if it wasn't for the City Council with their activism soul and said they're still working through. Actual details of the moves. Some of the community like Victoria Beach SPD, chair of the African American Advisory Council, are skeptical. If we had 100 to move that would be great Beach fears. Maybe some of those officers are gonna want to be back in patrol that haven't been in patrol for awhile, so I'm worried it will lose officers. Adrian de s Beset, though, prioritize reassignments to the newest hire detectives and officers currently in specialty units. Quinn
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"Continue with 20 minutes of nonstop news. Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson says he's open to nuke over 19 safety measures for players, including helmets with built in masks more from comas. Corwin ache with just a week to go before National Football League training camps are set to open the league and its players are still negotiating pandemic related precautions, including player testing and protective gear. But interesting time for sure, you know, and I hope that I hope that we get figured out. That's Russell Wilson talking to Joel McHale, the Mercer Island bread actor. Comedian. Guest hosting A bee sees Jimmy Kimmel Live as you know Pete Carroll. He turned 102 This year, McHale mentions a covert era innovation football helmets with disposable splash shields built in the helmet with a Maskell work. That's gonna be crazy. If we have to do that, You know, I've actually been practicing with you every day. Just like get used to it if we have to. The NFL's official website is reporting an agreement on Corona virus testing, saying players will be tested every day for the 1st 2 weeks of training camp. Korwin Hey HQ Co Moh news, The Life care Center of South Hill. Dealing with a large outbreak of covert 19 comes Patrick Quinn from Pierce County. 23 residents in 27 staff members. A total 50 people tied to the Life care Center of South Hill have tested positive for Koven, 19 in a statement, Tim Killian, spokesperson for the Life Care Centers of America, said, But we're working diligently to fight the spread of this virus within our facilities. One nurse told me conditions could be fueling the spread. Many nurses have worked sick. There's a shortage of pee pee and staff. Members are not wearing masks. Dr. Anthony Chen, health director for to come, appears county. Those seniors living in the long term care facilities aren't going anywhere. They're not getting sick. What's happening is the people who work there. They're getting exposed to infection and a community, Killian told me Quote any staff member who exhibits a sign or symptom is sent home. Until they have been cleared to work. Thomas Patrick Quinn reporting. A 24 year old man was shot dead in Skyway overnight on 71st Avenue south, just west of Skyway Park. A second person with a gunshot wound to the hand was taken into custody can carry deputies believe he was the shooter. Gunfire left a person dead and two people wounded in Seattle overnight. When police got to 2030 East Cherry Street around 10 15 they found two people on the ground with gunshot wounds. One of them died at the scene. Not long after that 1/3 person showed up a harbor view Medical center. Police are trying to figure out if that person's wounds were related to the shooting at 23rd and Sherry. Seattle Police are investigating a deadly shooting that took place this morning. They're 82nd and Aurora. One person is dead. Police are looking for the attacker this playing out of ever spring in which was the scene of a deadly shooting. At the end of May, a woman was killed on May 26 A man was critically hurt outside this motel. In that situation, officers were called to the motel for reported disturbance in the parking lot. That led to shots fired almost honey money. No. Two teenage boys were shot early this morning, and every police say they were walking their fifth Avenue West and West Casino road. Someone in a passing car fired shots of them. Both were hit in their legs, and both are expected to survive. Car described only as a dark silver or gray sedan and Tacoma police, arresting a 17 year old boy in connection to a deadly shooting Your comings park, 23 year old Benito Juarez, killed along Rustin way nearly two weeks ago. So far, Detective, not detectives have not released any information about what led up to that shooting. Ah local drug testing lab is part of a nearly $12 million federal civil settlement over an alleged kickback scheme involving local physicians. Details recalls Eric Hynes, Cord and Health Solutions, which has a testing facility into coma will pay $11.9 million to settle federal allegations that funnelled illegal kickbacks to Northwest positions. Laboratories of Bellevue SEATTLETIMES supports the Bellevue lab offers pain management. And it's testing to monitor patients used of opioids and other drugs. Federal prosecutors say Cornet paid the lab a large monthly fee to run those tests and Corden slabs in Tacoma and Denver and then build the federal government for the service is a violation of the false claims Act. Under the settlement, Cornet doesn't admit to.
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"Effort ever since the death of George Floyd. But according to the Portland police president, he tells us That these protests are not about George Floyd or social justice or perform. C says that this is about violence, chaos and anarchy. The other speakers that included faith based speakers and also community leaders and business leaders. All came to the podium today ask protests there said name a time and a place, saying that they will sit down with them to talk about what is next because they say that what's going on in the city is not helping. They say at this point, it's time to have a conversation about what is next steps. We do know that more protests are planned for tonight. So it is not yet known whether or not that plea from the Portland Police Association Will be heard by protesters. Dallas mechanic promo news, a grocery store clerk and see tax sustained serious injury after being stabbed this afternoon. It happened All Star grocery, and according to police, the attack was totally unprovoked. Deputy noticed a man matching the suspect's description at a nearby apartment building and was able to arrest him after a short foot pursuit. Two separate shootings last night, and one man is the Seattle police are investigating a deadly shooting in Pioneer Square. It happened a little bit before 10 30 last night. Near Second Avenue in South Washington Street. When police got there, They found a man shot and on the ground officers performed CPR, but unfortunately that man died come mostly stolen. Coma news also hearing off Seattle police investigating a shooter near 18th and Madison last night. They are still looking for that shooter. Pierce County continues to see a dramatic increase in covered cases. Today, they saw 97 new cases, no new deaths that brings their total to 3769 cases and 102 deaths. They seem nearly 1000 cases in the last two weeks and specifically there, seeing the increase of cases from fourth of July activities and other events or people did not socially distance or where masks Great weather today to get out and enjoy it. But did they wear mask? Almost Patrick Quinn was in Kirkland to find out Peaches and votes on a sunny Sunday crowds flocking outside and Kirkland..
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"On the east side of the building video shows him returning a few minutes later lighting something on fire and dropping it then the wall goes up in flames as he walks away the team from A. B. C. news was there and took this video as people scrambled to put the flames out the suspect wore some distinctive clothing this bright green or yellow sweatshirt police want to hear from anyone who recognises that man this week police chief Carmen best voiced her concerns at the precinct could be set on fire after was boarded up on Monday this is a live look at what is now being called to Capitol Hill on Thomas stone tonight there is still no timeline for when the department plans to reclaim their precincts a new court order could factor into any planning for SPD to move back into the building today a federal judge put a temporary ban on the use of tear gas pepper spray and flash bangs to break up protests with some exceptions comes Patrick Quinn starts our live team coverage on Capitol Hill Patrick any sign of when or how police might try and retake that precincts Hey Eric no word tonight a spokesperson for the department told me they're still assessing the status of the building so we'll just have to wait and see through the weekend the we know tonight whenever and however police moved back in we know they're going to have less tools on their tool belt at their disposal to disperse the crowds this is how the week's story that's tear gas being fired into crowds later a man shot with the police projectile this incident along pine was one of the primary pieces of evidence Molly tack Hooper and the ACLU gave to a federal judge who ruled SPD officers are banned from using tear gas flash bangs pepper spray and projectiles.
Seattle Police Shutter East Precinct After 25 Officers Injured
"The the Seattle Seattle police police east east precinct precinct a a flash flash point point for for protests protests has has been been shattered shattered police police chief chief Carmen Carmen best best as as the the move move to to remove remove barricades barricades was was meant meant to to protect protect the the public public and and our our officers officers because because Patrick Patrick Quinn Quinn has has the the latest on the sudden shift in tactics police outside east precinct no problems well testers took the barricades that had blocked him now for more than a week to block themselves in fearful of instigator groups trying to incite violence this is an exercise in trust and the escalation she said the goal was to protect the protesters right to free speech allowing them to March and move freely while protecting her officers twenty five
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"Act putting other gyms at a disadvantage by being open that's an anti competitive move according to the AG's office Johnson said it really comes down to money the owner said his attorney warned him that he could be facing hefty fines substantial legal costs and the decision really hinges on that threat it's anger it's outrage why is our constitution being shredded when the present United States just standing there watching and just look in that case the best businessmen in the world that's the reason why he's there do business get with it the folks here say the fight isn't over and they are intending to file a lawsuit on Thursday Michelle Esteban komo news free link light rail and sounder train rides during the pandemic or coming to an end and couples Patrick Quinn tells us why come June first that team will be back tickets will be required once again to ride sounder trains and link light rail service and sound transit officers will once again be checking fares because of a spike in damages tied to homeless riders Gallagher said these writers are using their trains as a bathroom with two hundred ninety three bio hazard incidences reported in April that compare just one fifteen in February sound transit couldn't give us any pictures of these reports and some riders we spoke to said they see the homeless but not the problems associated to the Seattle police shot and killed a man yesterday it happened in the lower queen Anne neighborhood they say he was charging at people with knives deadly encounter was captured on a cellphone video we get the description from Cuomo's Joel Marino witnesses say it was a chaotic scene in the moments before two officers opened fire my hands were shaking a little bit.
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"Go out on a boat where you're your thoughts on this a group of anglers held a protest under the Columbia River crossing in Vancouver last weekend another protest planned from eight AM until noon yesterday the governor's offices activities like golf and fishing not necessarily the problem it's the traveling that it takes to get to them they say that travel can lead to unnecessary interactions well Seattle police adjusting to changing crime trends in the covert era fewer robberies but more break ins and murder investigations also up now in twenty twenty calls Patrick Quinn talk to you Seattle police chief Carmen best SPD has seen crime trends change in the Kobe area car break ins are up twenty seven percent burglaries to homes and businesses eight percent homicides in twenty twenty compared to a year ago forty of fifty percent said they've also seen an uptick in domestic violence reports we know that people do you stay at home isn't always the safest place for certain people so we want to make sure that we had the that contingencies in place to help with a domestic violence victim said not only what they're defending against but how they're patrolling has changed in the Kobe area they're preserving PP handling more calls online they have a doctor on call twenty four seven for already there been seven members of Seattle police who have contracted cove in nineteen seventeen members of Seattle fire I think the key word is going to be unity we're all here together we're all in this together and we're all working through this that's gone most Patrick Quinn reporting there and of course as always for the latest on the corona virus outbreak keep it here with komo news in other news on the Sunday morning a thirteen year old locked up after a homicide whatever drove here last week in beer in king county sheriff's office says it happened Tuesday a thirty five year old man dying several days after he was actually shot in the head that teen being held now at the youth service center and it's a home school district employee behind bars now accused of sexually assaulting a student the school is cooperating with police but not releasing much more information to protect the identity of the family the twenty three year old man was arrested back on Friday being held at the king county jail formal charges though have not yet been filed komo news time is.
What to know about malaria drug and coronavirus treatment
"Six you've probably heard president trump promoting the drug hydroxy chloride Quinn is a promising treatment for corona virus well now university of Washington researchers are testing to see if it's affected we get more on this from Kamel's Patrick Quinn it is being used to treat malaria rheumatoid arthritis and lupus add to that list now coronavirus though there's a lot of controversy over that last one for only till recently did it received FDA emergency authorization still not approved but it has some authorization to be used in three critical situations but for those who use it on a daily basis they're not worried they won't be able to get their supplies hydroxy chloroquine wanted needed basis and those like Karen galleon in Spokane valley she told me she's only taking one and a half pills per day instead of her usual too so that she can
Seattle - Washington governor avoids ‘shelter in place’ rule, but warns citizens they’re not doing enough
"Well at this point the state of Washington is not pursuing a shelter in place mandate could king county follow the lead of California and make that declaration almost Patrick Quinn talk to the county executive county executive Dow Constantine said closing restaurants bars and nonessential businesses was essential in limiting exposure of the virus because the county follow California's children place for new York's lockdown could social distancing orders soon get stricter in the county do you expect a shelter in place for a locked down in the coming days I expect that there will be adjustments to our rules as well as tour guides we've heard anecdotal reports about gatherings and parks that are really not safe Constantine warned against pick up basketball wanted using communal slights when asked about this this is he said he hopes to soon reopen nonessential businesses like salons some point believe it or not we're going to have to get a hair cut as we take this break we need to find out the safest way for people to be able to do these things that go beyond just getting
Seattle - Despite statewide restrictions, many flock to Alki Beach during coronavirus pandemic
"Outside beach in west Seattle been packed this week because the weather despite that police from the state and local leaders for people to practice proper social distancing was Patrick Quinn talk to county executive Dow Constantine who hinted at the creek could become a message here is that you need to treat us I asked situation king county residents you heard your executive shelter in place despite there not being a shelter in place mandate actually in place we're seeing the state of California for similar locked down in New York California New York and they've taken the step of trying to really she can she come out of their complacency by using language that it really is a little more dramatic than what's actually going on Constantine tell me what you call the shelter in place a lockdown or just social distancing words are different the intent is the same to limit exposure to the virus Constantine an ounce all king county parks will close sports courts and playground equipment they can enable the spread of the virus is a bad idea to let your kids climb around on a communal slides and
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"The outbreak is likely to go for months and whatever we do today we wouldn't expect to see that impact for at least a month and Jeff Duchin went on to say how long these changes will last the very much depend on how much we all comply to them this is I spoke with say they hope the social distancing measures in the works they they want to be on board with them they want to see this curve flattened they just wanted to happen fast Patrick Quinn what ifs we all been told a lot lately to practice social distancing so how do you do it properly here's ABC's T. J. Holmes six feet that's how far the CDC says you should stay apart from people to practice social distancing to stop the spread of coded nineteen but over the weekend at restaurants stores and on the street not much distancing and we got mixed messages like this from California congressman Devin Nunez if you're healthy you and your family it's a great time to just go out go to a local restaurant likely you can get in get in easily there's the does not hurt the working people in this country your local local pub now crackdown California Ohio New York City Illinois Washington and Massachusetts ending dine in service at restaurants and bars police cleared out New Orleans iconic Bourbon street as a new normal sets in practicing as much social distancing as I possibly can I don't go out the CDC hoping people limit activities outside the home.
'We need more people:' Seattle Police launches hiring campaign
"The Seattle police department has launched a new hiring campaign in como's Patrick Quinn tells us about it right now they're about sixty openings in the department but SPD said they're trending in the right direction with the department passed a hundred and eight new hires in twenty nineteen thirty nine percent of two more people of color seventeen percent women she said they just need more officers we always can use more and we certainly are looking for more aware hiring aggressively we've added academy classes to make sure we have enough people in class we're trying to grow those numbers anymore people in the organization yes I'm including so heavily and a lot of this pushes to make up for a hiring crisis that hit at its peak in twenty eighteen when the department lost a nasco forty one officers all while the city
'We need more people:' Seattle Police launches hiring campaign
"The Seattle police department has launched a new hiring campaign colors Patrick Quinn reports right now they're about sixty openings in the department but SPD said they're trending in the right direction with the department passed a hundred and eight new hires in twenty nineteen thirty nine percent of two more people of color seventeen percent women she said they just need more officers we always can use more and we certainly are looking for more we're hiring aggressively we've added academy classes to make sure we have enough people in class we're trying to grow those numbers anymore people in the organization that's why we recruiting so heavily and a lot of this pushes to make up for a hiring crisis that hit at its peak in twenty eighteen when the department lost a net of forty one officers all while the
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"The heels of last year snow may get in so that when the flakes hit the hardest they're ready we get a customized weather forecast for our area we're not seeing anything that's alarming us again we do have the plan we know how to work the plan so we're ready and we we can execute it we have comfort in that and one of the biggest things actually said they learn from last year's no apocalypse's if a major snowman happens be sure to move your call or and trash cans so they're plows can make it through too often they said free toward plow completely due to obstructions Patrick Quinn corners we will talk more about all this with meteorologist Shannon o'donnell coming up in just a moment here on come on right now it's five thirty four let's find out what the traffic is looking like here soon with our come more traffic I've been a good news Austin collie pass east on ninety has been re opened last forty to department transportation but eastbound chains are required on all vehicles except all wheel drive if you're westbound on I. ninety traction tires are required and just looking at the other mountain passes so Stevens pass will have traction tires advised as well still huge backups trying to get around the Puget Sound area especially north bound on I five up in Snohomish county that is just solid looking from state route five two six than ever it all the way up to Marysville fear west on five twenty bridge looks like a parking lot from floral five if yourself down on four oh five and they'll be not moving from five twenty all the way down to forty fourth in Renton and then in the south and that north bound back up on four or five is right off of south and emerge at I. five the north in four or five is just stop and go all the way up to sunset in Renton as well your next come traffic is at five forty four is this person on the planet is Shannon o'donnell who's in to talk about the snow this been kind of spotty this evening but the bigger question is what's coming up after the weekend yeah and even as early as tomorrow morning because some backing us.
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"Define struggling on the street view all of mayor John Palmer told me this program had its critics to start saying this video just busting all was out of the mare was quick to reject that reaction no we're concerned about you know the notion of dumping mail people into common that's not happening what's happening are people getting into the facility and trying to get better the mayor said they are continuing to look in the homeless service options to view all of itself but said this program has served as a great temporary option it's funded through July Patrick Quinn someone who's one five forty time to head over the Harley exterior sports desk just for the privilege of meeting this guy at the opening of the no longer new arena in Sacramento the golden one center but not a lot of fans of the folks who this guy here in Seattle because the whole Oklahoma City thunder Bakul what's going on former NBA commissioner David stern has died stern oversaw the league for three decades but as you said fan since you're here in Seattle or to find him he was the commissioner that allow the sonics to move to Oklahoma City and even after that said they had no plans on coming back to Seattle stern was seventy seven years old new year's day means college football for games on tap citrus bowl Alabama defeats Michigan twenty eight sixteen outback bowl Minnesota over Auburn thirty one to twenty four the Sugar Bowl kicks off on say about five minutes or so but the Rose Bowl a command that any of them all Oregon and Wisconsin ducks scored early touchdown to get off to a seven nothing lead in the first but on the ensuing kickoff.
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"Arrest this month Kamose Patrick Quinn with the latest on thirty year old Aaron roles Lee said road targeted the group outside the AMC movie theater in downtown Seattle follow them as they left shouting at them saying I hate Chinese he's been accused of berating them with racial slurs and profanity yes tourists if they feel safe this is in Seattle actually I haven't seen anything out of the ordinary this isn't the first time a tourist has been attacked this year downtown fire repeat offenders just two months ago Francisco Calderone pleaded guilty to throwing coffee on a toddler his seventy fourth conviction and in October police say a tourist from Hong Kong was punched in the back of the neck near pike place that attacker was arrested so was row it was row sixteen war for a rest since twenty sixteen row lifted his address to the nearby homeless shelter Patrick Quinn come loose we posted a new video come on news dot com and police hope you take a look at it showing a a robber who tied up a clerk at a sky way pot shop last weekend and there's been one that new detail to add to his description the clerk told detectives that the man smelled like Greece investigators say once he tied the clerk's hands he went around the store and took whatever he wanted state Attorney General Bob Ferguson newest lawsuit which seeks to block federal immigration officers for making arrests near courthouses draws a sharp response from our area is a federal prosecutor US attorney Brian Moran tells our talk partner five seventy KVI that many of the victims of violent crimes blamed on undocumented immigrants are themselves from the same immigrant communities cooperation can reduce these great speakers these DLP why crashes that her people buy even a handful my point is we really ought to be doing it for obligated doing it more sworn to do it Ferguson argues that scaring people from court houses with the threat of arrest creates less public safety but Moran says cooperation with federal agencies could prevent these crimes coming up feds investigate Seattle transportation projects I'm Corwin hake with what's being called a criminal probe first two thirty four triple a traffic update from arena rock injured well if you're headed over the hood canal bridge is closed right now both directions due to high winds so we're not sure when they're going to be able to re open us you're gonna have to plan accordingly on the shoulder southbound one six seven Ellingson there is a collision but it's slow traffic from fifteenth street southwest southbound I. five there's a collision that's by walking the left collector distributor lane in downtown Seattle is really causing a solid backup it's bumper to bumper from north east eighty fifth this good traffic is brought to you by unbound dot org a girl in Kenya dreams of becoming a doctor an elder Guatemala dreams of being part of the community reach out and change the world it will change your own unbound dot org next call traffic at two forty four weather today let's check in with errands on grace guys run western Washington rain heavy at times and gusty winds out there were gonna feel gust of two thirty five miles an hour during the day and overnight tonight we're gonna boost those between forty and forty five miles an hour so it's going to be.
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"A massive military parade and other festivities it's all about chairman Mao's founding of the people's Republic on this day in nineteen forty nine today for president she's in paying and many people in China it was a moment of national pride but for lots of others feelings of patriotism are complicated by the reality of Communist Party rule will take you to today's celebrations from Chatham and square later in the show but we start in another part of China with a very different mood in Hong Kong more violent clashes between police and protesters there was Patrick Quinn joins us from Hong Kong I don't wanna boil it down to a scorecard Patrick but was it clear who won today the protesters or Beijing. I would have to give it to the protesters the idea of coming out today was to say no Beijing back off we're not going to celebrate China we don't want to be a part of China we want our own autonomy so it was really hard to go out in Hong Kong and celebrate China special day even if you wanted to the city was kind of a ghost town outside of the protest sites much of the subway system was shut down a lot of malls were shut down even the government told people to stay inside so the protesters ruins the big day they succeeded in doing that but they paid a very heavy toll in doing so there were concerns and you and I spoke about about what this national day might mean for protesters if they were to face you know military or police did you spot anything especially shocking in the center of the city. in some sense it was just another really bad protest stay.