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"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

"One. It's fifty one degrees and cloudy in Seattle. I'm Taylor van Cise. Outgoing Pierce county. Prosecutor Mark Lindquist will not face a disciplinary hearing before the state bar association goes Carleen Johnson reports Linquist agrees to accept an admonition from the state bar for alleged misconduct rather than face. A hearing December tenth has instead admitted dividing the rules of professional conduct governing lawyers and prosecutors this was for an appearance on the Nancy grace TV show in two thousand sixteen despite being told not to talk about the case of murder. Defendants skyler Nimitz that was a day before closing arguments in the case he'd been handling guns since he was four years old actually build a ar fifteen's. He buys the parts and puts them together any customized the weapon in this case four Danielle admission means he won't face a hearing regarding that alleged misconduct instead he agrees to accept this admonition from the state bar. It's discipline and a pretty low form, but it also means his license to practice law won't be suspended on November six Linquist lost his bid for third term to marry rob net and assistant attorney general who served as Linquist chief criminal deputy. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Prosecutors demanding a grandmother be confined to her home have done an about face. And as komo's Brian Calvert tells us, she's now filed a federal lawsuit before a Kent strip mall burned to the ground back in two thousand sixteen Linda pop law ski was among the first to report the fire. She was shopping in a store there and alerted the staff of the flames, but a member of the staff told police, the grandmother may have actually started the fire after all she had threatened to burn the store down before even though Poploskie denied saying that she was charged with arson spent a month in jail and several months on home confinement on the eve of her trial. However, all charges were dropped when defense attorneys proved that back on the day of the fire. A man admitted to police that he was the one who said it to divert attention from his shoplifting. The fire investing. Gator it at the time and did not provide that information to prosecutors leaving the sixty five year old woman who reported the fire as the prime suspect. She's filed suit against the investigator and his employer the Puget Sound regional Fire Authority. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Starbucks is soon gonna start blocking porn on its in-store WI fi following criticism from an internet safety group. The company announced that it will start blocking pornographic content on its in store. Wifi networks in the statement company says quote while it rarely occurs. The use of Starbucks public wifi illegal or agreed just content is not nor has it ever been permitted..

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"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo's Brian Calvert tells us she's now filed a federal lawsuit before a kit strip mall burned to the ground back in two thousand sixteen Linda pop loss key was among the first to report the fire. She was shopping in a store there and alerted the staff of the flames, but a member of the staff told police, the grandmother may have actually started the fire after all she threatened to burn the store down before even though Poploskie denied saying that she was charged with arson spent a month in jail and several months on home confinement, the eve of her trial. However, all charges were dropped when defense attorneys proved that back on the day of the fire. A man admitted to police that he was the one who said it to divert attention from his shoplifting. The fire investigator it at the time and did not provide that information to prosecutors. Leaving the sixty five year old woman who reported the fire as the prime suspect. She's filed suit against the investigator and his employer the Puget Sound regional Fire Authority. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. The family of a fourteen year old girl speaking out after a man followed her and grabbed her in west Seattle Tuesday night. Komo's Tammy matassa can just imagine how terrifying this was with a girl and her family. They told me she never ride the metro bus. But she took it after school. That's when the guy spotted her and when she got off at this stop on sixteenth avenue. He was after her super super scary. Because something like this has never happened to anyone near us close to us or even a so crazy experience the reason for that fear is this man seen on surveillance video lurking in a neighbor's yard before. Police say he grabs a fourteen year old girl. Investigators say just a few weeks ago someone with the same m o try to lure at least one other person in the same area. Girl was not physically hurt childcare workers and early. Learning. Teachers in our state are making barely more than minimum wage. John Burbank, executive director of the economic opportunity institute, which survey childcare and preschool directors across the state. There has been no change over the last decade for the compensation of early learning teachers and caregivers and that compensation runs just above the poverty level average pay for childcare workers about fourteen dollars an hour. Eight percent of the directors who responded into surveys indicate that low pay was a major reason. It was difficult to hire qualified staff. Do housing forecast says it will soon be more expensive to both buy and.

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"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

"Thirty six story will be monitoring later in the day, we expect to hear testimony today from the president of ride the ducks Seattle in the deadly. Duck crash that killed five people at her dozens more than Transportation Safety Board found that the driver of the duck vehicle lost control after the front. Axle broke. Investigators say that was probably caused by mechanical failure. And improper maintenance the trial is expected to last a total of five months. It began in October a car rolled over after it was hit in west Seattle Wednesday. Tonight. Martin Crowley helped rescue a woman and her two children and one of the cars like heart sunk when I looked out into the car. I saw an arm and leg wasn't moving fire to that the mom was speaking with the children. I heard them they seemed okay at the time. But it was certainly startling the driver who caused the crash was arrested on suspicion of DUI manned hit and run two men died overnight when their pickup truck hit a cement barrier near Hjelm. The truck was headed north on state route five oh seven it ended up in a culvert full of water, the driver and the passenger died at the scene. There's no word yet. If the drugs or alcohol might have been involved prosecutors demanding a grandmother be confined to her home have done an about face. Komo's Brian Calvert is here to tell us. She's now filed a federal lawsuit before a Kent strip mall burned to the ground back in two thousand sixteen Linda Poploskie was among the first to report that fire. She was shopping in a store there and alerted the staff of the flames. But a member of the staff told police the. Grandmother may have actually started the fire after all she had threatened to burn the store down before even though Poploskie denied ever saying that she was charged with arson spent a month in jail and several months on home confinement on the eve of her trial. However, all charges were dropped when defense attorneys proved that back on the day of the fire man admitted to police that he said it to divert attention from his shoplifting. The fire investigator did not provide that information to prosecutors at the time leaving the sixty five year old woman who reported the fire as the prime suspect. She's since filed suit against the investigator and his employer the Puget Sound regional Fire Authority. Brian Calvert, KOMO news food and Drug administration is warning parents to watch out about how much cough syrup. They give their children. Researchers caution the kids under the age of two should not be given over the counter cough. Medicines. They say you should double check the drug facts on the label and make sure. You don't give too much Tylenol or ibuprofen. And if you have any doubts or you notice a fever above one hundred two degrees, breathing difficulty, or if your child is not eating or drinking, call the doctor immediately. First lady, Melania, Trump is calling for more conversations about opioid abuse. More from komo's Molly Hsien. She took part in one of those.

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"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

"The wake of yesterday's midterms. Fifty fifty six percent of voters rejecting initiative sixteen thirty one which would impose a carbon tax on large polluters dick Abram with the sixteen thirty one campaign, and he says the big oil companies won this battle off against. Unprecedented spending, and they were willing to spend that too. You're willing to take our money and spend it on misleading in line to voters in the state. And you know, we know this is the future that people why not Milwaukee clean energy. They want to do something about pollution. So the coalition behind this is ready to even before this problem isn't going away, and we're not going away. Opponents raised more than thirty one million which was a record for a statewide initiative initiative sixteen thirty four is passing voters decide to ban taxes on grocery distributors state law already banned sales taxes on groceries but Seattle's soda tax showed the producers and distributors could be taxed with the cost likely passed onto consumers MBA roughly ten point margin voters said no more Pete lamb with the. Yes, campaign internal polling if he gets pretty close in lines. What we've been looking at what we've been seeing. But we definitely feel better with the harshness picture that we've seen Seattle soda tax will stay however as current taxes were exempted, the no campaign. Released a statement saying quote, sadly, the passage of I sixteen thirty four only protects the profits of the soda industry. Not the health of Washington families, and quote, a Blue Wave appears to have turned up at a Sonam e in Washington state. Komo's Jeff Pohjola with more on the democratic pickups in the state legislature. Democrats already had a majority in both chambers, but they appear to be strengthening their hold on both in the state house. Six incumbent Republicans were losing on election night is the Democrats are poised to pick up at least seven seats. They just a two seat majority going into the election over in the Senate. The dams are looking to add at least two seats there with an additional two Republican seats still too close to call. Of course, this is all preliminary. And the numbers could change as more ballots. Come in Jeff Pohjola. Komo news. Turn into matters other than politics raging. Alarm fire destroyed a one hundred nine year old grain storage facility early this morning. This was just outside of Kent. Several crews responded to the white river feed company along seventy eighth avenue south. Kylo Hashi the Puget Sound regional Fire Authority says several buildings on the property were engulfed in flames. When they arrived. Call it fan because of the age of because of the amount of fire near that day. It's not safe for us to go in at a really was still reason to do all the or several hydrants were needed to provide enough water to battle the flames at its peak. Firefighters were dumping two thousand gallons of water a minute. Oughta that fire the cause is under investigation to men badly wounded when they exchanged gunfire are perhaps fortunate. There was another emergency in progress nearby. King County sheriff's sergeant Ryan Abbott says the men pulled up in cars near a scrap metal yard south of can't. They got out and each shot the other several times. Medically and because of that fire just down the road of the medics were here fairly quickly Abbott referring to this morning's fired an agricultural feed facility. Seventy also on seventy eighth avenue south men wounded in the shooting at Harborview no word yet on their condition or what led to that confrontation eight days after a seven thirty seven max h crashed near Jakarta, Indonesia, killing all one eighty nine aboard Boeing Warren's one of its newest models may suffer from a safety flaw. More from komo's Corwin Hake. Boeing is expected to release a service bulletin saying erroneous, readings from the max aids flight monitoring system can cause the planes to aggressively dive Boeing says preliminary findings reveal lion air flight, sixteen pilots received bad input from one of the plane's angle of attack sensors which measure the angle at which plane climbs after takeoff to sharpen angle can cause a plane to stall all seven thirty-seven maxes are likely subject to this Arroni's input. But Scott Hamilton, leeann company aviation consultant says Boeing's bulletin should not be read as admission of a newly uncovered flaw service bulletin is going to reiterate a procedure that has already outlined in the. The manuals apparently something that Boeing had anticipated could go wrong. The Seattle times reports the Federal Aviation Administration will likely follow Boeing's warning with an air worthiness directive under which the planemaker is ordered to correct. An unsafe condition. Corwin Hake, KOMO news. It's eleven ten Todd to check in at the Harley exteriors sports desk as the huskie men's basketball team overcame a nine point deficit to win seventy five over visiting western Kentucky last night in the opener for both schools at Alaska Airlines arena. Noah Dickerson, led three huskies in double figures and coach Mike Hopkins said it was great to have him on the floor. Who is nice to have Noah Dickerson. He was. When when when he gets that looking is he's he's a hard. Gotta stop down there. Jalen. Noel added seventeen for the dogs who at the road. Visit Auburn Friday night in Spokane ROY Mora had thirty three points leading number three Gonzaga to a one twenty to seventy nine route of Idaho. State at Stanford Seattle U men losing to the cardinal ninety six seventy four number sixteen. Syracuse at home hammered eastern, Washington, sixty six thirty four Washington state and Seattle U women's teams losing their openers. No, husky football this week. The cougs though, ranked number ten we'll be at Colorado Saturday sports at ten forty path each hour on the home of the huskies, traffic and weather next. Komo news time is eleven eleven th you need new flooring.

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"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"An anonymous source inside the Saudi government has reportedly given an alternative version of how Washington Post journalist Jamal kashogi died. The source says the kashogi was threatened with being drugged and kidnapped and died when he was placed in a chokehold, McClatchy news foreign affairs columnist Marcos kulak is says neither Saudi version of what happened can be trusted. What's really going to be important as what we hear on Tuesday from the Turkish government. What's going to be important? We hope is that there will be an independent investigation perhaps run by the United Nations. So that we really can't get the details. The facts of this and local news. A lawsuit has been filed against the Seattle. Mariners claiming the fans with disabilities are treated unfairly attorney Conrad Ronaldson says that four wheelchair clients who are diehard fans want the same experience as other fans, but they're really concerned about a number of allegations in this lawsuit is the festival eighty in order to be able to comfortably incomparably enjoyed going to baseball games and be able to do. Things like acid in the front row like on their fans. The lawsuit claims Safeco field is violating the Americans with disabilities. Act because baseball games at the stadium or not sufficiently accessible to people in wheelchairs Reynolds and says they attempted to avoid a lawsuit and work with the company that manages the ballpark, but they could not come to an agreement and it took some ingenuity and coordination by firefighters. But they've managed to put out a house fire and maple valley. Overnight Puget Sound regional Fire Authority says the small home caught fire in an area of maple valley without any fire hydrants and that meant firefighters had to use large capacity engines to pump water into other engines from the closest hydrants the single story home was completely destroyed. However, but no one was home at the time of the fire. And no one was injured or.

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"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

"News. Good morning. Seven thirty one right now. It's Thursday morning. Still dealing with some clouds in downtown Seattle. Those are expected to burn off and right now in downtown Seattle. It's forty eight degrees. With Gregg Hersholt, I'm MandA factor. Here are the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center sweeping US criminal indictments issued this morning has led to charges against seven Russian military intelligence officers at the Justice department this morning. The announcement is that the Russians are accused of engaging in malicious cyber activities against the US and allies and the word is that some of the charges involved targeting of organizations that are investigating Russia's alleged use of chemical weapons. A police officer is dead six other law enforcement officials injured after a two hour standoff in Florence South Carolina happened late yesterday afternoon as shots rang out while members of the Florence county sheriff's office and the Florence police department were executing a search warrant the suspected shooter was arrested. He is a disbarred lawyer Seattle firefighters have a new piece of gear on. On their trucks, and it could save their lives. Bulletproof vests have now been added to a few fire rigs and moron. Order chief herald Scoggins says the city has purchased the vests and helmets to be worn in school shooting situations and mass casualty events when it's vital to get to the wounded quickly. Our goal is to not become a part of the problem, but to get there and provide lifesaving measures. So hopefully, people have a chance twenty-five vests and helmets are on order and another fourteen costing about one thousand dollars or already assigned Scoggins says they have not been used yet, by the way, every firefighter with the Puget Sound regional Fire Authority has their own fast as do some medics nearly two years after a police officer fatally shot a knife wielding, man. The city of Lynnwood will pay one point seven five million dollars to make a lawsuit. Go away. Here's an update from komo's Corwin Hake. Undisputed in this case is that thirty six year old Jeremy Dowell was holding a knife. And that officers accurate Yates use deadly force to take him down. It happened alongside highway ninety nine in Linwood. On January thirtieth two thousand seventeen Yates fired ten shots morning captured. As is so often the case these days on cell phone video. The city of Lynnwood is settling a federal suit filed by dowels family for one million seven hundred fifty thousand dollars the payout. Comes after witnesses said Yates continued firing even after Dowell was wounded and on the ground court papers, quote, one witness saying the officer murdered the young man. The Seattle attorney who filed the suit tells the times the settlement is one of the largest ever in the state involving police excessive force allegations. Corwin hake. Komo news patrol vehicles made them sick. That's the claim of five a Washington state patrol troopers who filed tort claims against the agency. Let's get the details from komo's Carleen Johnson. Robin cassette told coin TV last summer hurt. Super husband got very sick. While behind the wheel of his Ford Explorer patrol vehicle. Was on his way, home that felon. Good. I can barely sat a one. I am shaking profusely. My skin's turn lights. She took him to the ER and hours later has carbon monoxide level was still pretty high. And that's what made him sick poisoning from faulty exhaust. They said in the patrol car back in July, the State Department of labor and industries put carbon monoxide detectors in those vehicles. And the SUV's we're taking a Ford dealers where workers found exhaust problems, but Ford says that was related to unsealed holes from police equipment installed by third parties. So not their fault. But there have been problems with explorers across the country. US auto safety regulators have investigated complaints of exhaust fume problems in more than one point three million explorers from two thousand eleven through to us to the two thousand seventeen model year. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news..

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"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

"Here's what's coming up. One of the largest payouts ever in our stage. In the case of police, excessive force I'm Corwin Hake with the Lynnwood lawsuit and now comes a tort claim against Washington state patrol from several troopers say their patrol cars made them sick. I'm Carleen Johnson. Live may have to get through some fog began, but we'll see sunshine, eventually, traffic and weather coming up in four minutes. And we have a sports update just about ten minutes away. I, oh, here's ABC news at five thirty senators are now looking over the FBI investigation into the sex assault allegations against supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh. The Republicans are examining at first the Democrats will get it. Next hour, ABC senior national correspondent, Terry Moran. With more on reports that say agents never contacted several people who say they knew capital high school, and in college potential key witnesses, and that FBI investigation are speaking out, they're frustrated after they say, they were ign-. Ignored by agents investigating claims of drunken sexual assault by supreme court nominee. Brett Cavanaugh in a statement overnight attorneys for Dr Christine Blasi four to accuse his cabinet of sexually assaulting her. In highschool her lawyer saying we are profoundly disappointed that after the tremendous sacrifice. She made in coming forward. Those directing the FBI investigation were not interested in seeking the truth. ABC's Terry Moran in Washington. The White House has received the report spokesman Raj Shah says they are confident the Senate will vote to confirm President Trump's nominee, Sherry Preston. ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. It's five thirty one. And it's Thursday morning. October fourth in downtown Seattle. Forty seven degrees and mostly cloudy skies. With Gregg Hersholt, I'm MandA factor. Here the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Police officer is dead and six other law enforcement officials have been injured after a two hour standoff in Florence South Carolina. This happened in the afternoon yesterday shots rang out while members of the county sheriff. Office in the local police department. We're executing a search warrant the suspected shooter was arrested Seattle firefighters have a new piece of gear on their trucks, and it could save their lives. Bulletproof vests have now been added to a few fire rigs said more on order chief herald Scoggins says the city has purchased vests and helmets to be worn in school shootings and mass casualty events when it's vital to get the wounded out swiftly. Our goal is to not become part of the problem, but to get there and provide lifesaving measures. So hopefully, people have a chance though, twenty-five vests and helmets are on order. Another fourteen costing about a thousand dollars are already assigned Scoggins says they haven't been used yet, by the way, every firefighter with the Puget Sound regional Fire Authority has their own vest as do some medics nearly two years after a Lynnwood police officer fatally shot a knife-wielding man that city is going to pay one point seven five million dollars to make a lawsuit. Go away. We get the update live from komo's Corwin Hake. Undisputed in this case is that thirty six year old Jeremy Dowell was holding a knife. And that office. Zachary gates used deadly force to take him down. It happened alongside highway ninety nine in Lynnwood in January twenty seventeen. Two of the ten shots heats fired that morning captured as is so often the case these days on cell phone video. Now, the Seattle times reports the city of Lynnwood is settling in civil suit filed by dowels parents for one million seven hundred fifty thousand dollars the payout comes after witnesses says gates continued firing even after Dowell was wounded and on the ground. The Seattle attorney who filed the suit tells the times the settlement is one of the largest ever in the state involving excessive force allegations against police. Corwin Hake, KOMO news. The state patrol is facing tort claims from five of the agencies troopers who claim faulty exhaust systems in their patrol cars made them sick leave more on this live from komo's Carleen Johnson. Well, a few of these troopers have been hospitalized over the last year with symptoms of nausea fatigue, and then found to have carbon monoxide levels dangerously. High five of those troopers have now filed tort claims against the agency and these claims could. Lead to lawsuits back in July after reports from some of those officers about terrible exhaust fumes inside their vehicles. The State Department of labor and industries put in carbon monoxide detectors in the vehicles coin TV reports those detectors kept going off fifty times through the end of August for unsafe exposure, the vehicles were taken to Ford dealerships, their Ford explorers workers they're found exhaust problems for though blames the problems on unsealed holes from police they say was installed after purchase of the vehicle.

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"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

"Air purifier high efficiency air purifier filter is helpful Avoid doing things that create other sources of pollution some of those sources of pollution include. Lawnmowers even vacuum cleaners as komo's Charlie Harger found out all the smoke is complicating, some travel plans to I'm here at seatac airport where we, have some flights that are delayed some by several minutes this is airport spokesman Perry Cooper we're not seeing a whole lot of big. Major. Delays so that's great but we do suggest to people connect. With the airlines stay in line, with your alerts that. You can. Get for. Your specific, CLYDE and, find out whether it's. Going, to whether. Or not it's gonna affect you he says keep in, mind sometimes this. Isn't even due to the smoke here in Seattle that kind of a cascading effect they have thunderstorms on the east. Coast, and win those flights get delayed coming here the Hayes complicates. Things for us. Going there at seatac airport Charlie Harger KOMO news and firefighters remain on. The scene of a brush fire near Covington as they continue to look for a cause komo's Kelly Blair has the latest on. The fight to contain it the fire broke out Sunday, afternoon right along highway eighteen It was so. Close to, the westbound highway. Officials closed it for more than an hour Sunday night it is burn between ten to twelve. Acres Kylo Hashi with the Puget Sound regional Fire Authority says dry conditions near homes, are making their job difficult you're seeing homeless being built right, up again on developed laugh undeveloped lands are that we have a lot of them in south King County here it's a lot of. Dry. Grasses and we have homeless right up against it and if. They do it night and so, they burn very rapidly Fire crews, for more. Rural departments with more experience. Fighting wildfires are on scene from Duval north Kitsap and gig harbor to help contain the blaze they're expected to remain there for at. Least the next day Kelly Bleier KOMO news coming up. On KOMO if you build it they will come I'm, MandA factor with. The NHL Seattle groups idea for a giant practice facility. But first AAA traffic we check on that every ten minutes on the fours with. Marina Rockinger got reports of a crash northbound I five at Portland avenue in Tacoma x. number, one. Thirty. Four the left lane is blocked so now we have slow traffic from thirty eighth as you try to head toward that scene and. It had been getting tough there so that's just sort of adding to that. Afternoon misery we also, have slowdowns, southbound I five from highway five twelve. Through JBL Emma will continue to be slow down past Jackson. Avenue westbound five twelve is socked end from before you get to Steele street over. To I five still reports of a disabled vehicle in the south center area into kwela northbound four zero five just past Southcenter boulevard looks like Center lane. Is still blocked with a disabled vehicle I don't see a huge backup but this. Kind of a minor one southbound I five will be a slow go from Northgate into downtown, Seattle your. Next KOMO traffic a to fourteen Our KOMO forecast from Seth Wayne so this bookie. Skies really inundating much of western Washington we're going to hold onto that smoke not only today but through the, day tomorrow as well it looks like we'll, get a break late Wednesday Thursday and Friday fresher air is coming our way I'm Seth, Wayne in. The KOMO weather center hazy and smokey for nearly everybody other than those in deer park which for some reason they're. Seeing some rain although not sure if I entirely believe the, reporting station right there right here in Seattle hazy sunshine if you can see. The sunshine that is and it's seventy five degrees at KOMO news KOMO news time to six if your driver's license or car tabs are said to expire you won't want to wait. Until the end of the month to renew them komo's.

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"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

"For a missing sixteen year old boy have found a body in a shallow grave lewis county sheriff's detectives have been searching for benjamin eastman since he was reported missing earlier this week on thursday afternoon while searching the property belonging to a relative of one of eastman's friends that gray was found and while the body hasn't been identified yet detectives now say they want to speak with eastman's longtime friend benny marquez and benny's brother jonathan adamson police want you to call them if you know where they are charlie harger komo news can police have arrested a woman in connection with a house fire the badly damaged a home early yesterday morning according to the puget sound regional fire authority the woman was wanted on outstanding warrants and was seen near the fire in surveillance video family escaped the fire without any serious injuries fire took place just down the street from lake meridian whereas suspicious fire burned apart building around the same time no word yet on if these two incidents are related state vary officials say a mid week fourth of july won't reduce the amount of traffic on board their boats but it will spread out that traffic over a number of days komo is corwin hake has the forecast from seattle's waterfront number crunchers at washington state ferries were curious about the traffic impact of a holiday smack dab in the middle of the week so they looked it up and what we learned is that when the fourth of july holiday falls during the middle of the week the traffic is more spread out this is brock bender with the ferry system we have we expect big traffic friday today saturday and sunday heading away from seattle or away from the mainland if you will and that we noticed that the crowd start to.

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KOMO

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

"A group of what they call themselves lawyer moms sought to meet with every congressman in the country today hoping to plead with them to end president trump's zero tolerance policy on illegal immigration but when a group of about twenty five of them tried to meet with representative dave reichert at his office in issaquah leave the property we have conditions of entry and you may not be on the property seems now eventually a you're allowed to deliver a letter but they were told the congressman was out organizer aaron albany's rather hides behind security concerns which we think is a little laughable considering that we're mostly middle aged monce congressman reichert wouldn't comment but his office directed us to a speech he gave on the house floor this week in which he expressed support for a bill that would guarantee families wouldn't be separated at the border that bill eventually failed to pass a seven year prison sentence for a canadian man who ran what was described as a drug smuggling empire but used leased helicopters komo's bill o'neil has the story forty six year old colin martin tearfully apologized to the american people in court before a us district judge handed down the sentence this morning the british columbia native indicted in two thousand nine spent much of the past decade fighting extradition to the united states one of his pilots killed himself after flying into a law enforcement trap when federal agents met him as he landed into remote clearing in northeastern washington state prosecutors say martin headed a drug ring that flew marijuana south into washington state and exchange for cocaine which was then flow north into canada komo news and arrest has been made in connection with a can't house fire early yesterday morning a family escaped unhurt after noticing the smoke and flames coming from the first floor of their home on two hundred and sixty third street according to the puget sound regional fire authority can detectives have now arrested a woman seen loitering nearby the fire they say she was seen on surveillance video as well around the same time of this fire there was another suspicious fire just down the street at lake meridian park it's unclear whether there is any connection between those two cases detectives searching for missing sixteen year old boy and found a body in a shallow grave lewis county sheriff's detectives zip in searching for benjamin eastman since he was reported missing earlier this week on thursday afternoon while searching the property belonging to a relative of one of eastman's friends that gray was found and while the body hasn't been identified yet detectives now say they want to speak with eastman's longtime friend benny marquez and benny's brother jonathan adamson police want you to call them if you know where they are charlie harger komo news coming up on komo drive if you must walk on if you can i'm corwin hake stayed ferry travel tips for the busy week ahead but before you get there you got to finish up the week aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours with marina rockinger which has become a challenge today we've had various issues and the latest is southbound one six seven at ellington in auburn two right lanes blocked that makes for solid traffic from highway eighteen as you head past the scene we also have slowdowns southbound i five from highway eighteen through the five curve to the port of tacoma road it'll be tough on highway eighteen itself westbound from military over to i five a slow go in tacoma eastbound highway sixteen from union over to i five were northbound at struggles up towards city center southbound i five is slow go and south tacoma about seventy four th where that becomes solid in lakewood from five twelve down through j b l m as you continue slow down towards forty first division drive westbound five twelve affected by those i five slow down so that's why it's rough before you even get to steele street in fact from ainsworth over to i five we've got a slow go as you head over tiger mountain summit eastbound highway eighteen it's rough southbound four zero five from seventieth and kirkland through bellevue to newcastle northbound is struggling out of south center up through the renton s curves to the maple valley highway southbound i five bumper to bumper from northgate into downtown seattle northbound i five that's rough from silver lake area all the way up through everett as you cross the snohomish river enroll slow.

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"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

"One forty four komo forecast now here's seth wayne mostly cloudy skies mitzi scattered showers stop it up garett a friday afternoon temperatures expected reach the low seventies mitchell upper sixties that will do it this weekend again those scattered showers we'll still be popping up we're warming up just touch for the fourth of july i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center cloudy skies in seattle and sixty six degrees at komo news komo news time one thirty six a group of what they called lawyer moms wanted to talk to congressman dave reichert about the president's zero tolerance policy on immigration today and they delivered a letter to is offices aaron albany's is the organizer meetings like this visits like this going on all across the country today my facebook feed is just filled with picture after picture after picture constituents some of them lucky enough to take a picture with their actual represents congressman reichert wouldn't comment on his office directed us to a speech he gave on the house floor this week in which he expressed support for a bill that would guarantee that families wouldn't be separated at the border but that bill failed to pass can't police have arrested a woman in connection with a house fire that badly damaged a home early yesterday morning according to the puget sound regional fire authority the woman was wanted on outstanding warrants and was seen near the fire in surveillance video a family escaped the fire without any serious injuries it happened just down the street from lake meridian whereas suspicious fire burned to park building around the same time no word yet if those two incidents are related seven years in jail for a canadian man who ran what was described as a drug smuggling empire with least helicopters fortysix year old colin martin tearfully apologized to the american people in general in court before us district judge robert last nick handed down the sentence this morning the british columbia native was indicted in two thousand nine and spent much of the past decade fighting extradition to the us prosecutors say martin headed a drug ring that flew marijuana's south into washington exchanged it for cocaine and then flew north into canada again one of his pilots killed himself after flying into a law enforcement trap when federal agents met him as he landed in a remote clearing in northeastern washington state university of washington fraternities suspended for the last year after being accused of alcohol use and hazing is now officially closed komo's brian calvert has more and this entire time the frats former president has been denying all charges casey trong ran delta upsilon its final year the year when he says an incident involving champagne was caught on snapchat a year in anonymous complaints surfaced about hazing including physical abuse the school suspended the fraternity as a result but did not have the power to revoke its charter so the parent organisation actually did the plug pulling meaning delta upsilon is no more trunk tells the times local alumni had been trying to shut down the chapter for years now and that before the academic year ended this sprang the undergraduate members decided to walk out he says quote that's when our international shut us down justice save face but the head of delta upsilon sees it differently stating in a letter quote even after an emergency suspension was issued this spring the chapter violated that suspension by continuing to hold events at the chapter house with alcohol brian calvert komo news street campers who refused to leave their sidewalk camp are leaving seattle city taxpayers are picking up the tab people feel like that i have a reason i have some obligation to justify myself to them and i really don't melissa burns camped on third.

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KOMO

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

"The komo twenty four seven news center the man whose accusations of sexual abuse decades ago forced seattle mayor ed murray out of office is reportedly debt the seattle times reports 47yearold delve on heckert was found dead at a motel in auburn early this morning king county medical examiner says the closet manner packard's death remains pending heckert recently received a one hundred thousand dollar payment as part of a settlement with the city of seattle it was murray's departure that ultimately led to mayor jenny jerkins election in a special ballot late last year some shot a thought shots were fired this morning at highline collagen des moines's but police say not the case some kind of loud sounds though sent students into a panic enforced a campus wide lockdown komos corwin haeck has more from the scene the 911 reports began flying in just before nine am as many as six or seven shots fired they said multiple police agencies raced to the scene the caplis was locked down students inside classrooms sheltered in place police here at the command centre just south of tampa say authorities engaged in a room to room search at the college after ninety minutes kyle ohasi with puget sound regional fire authority says they had come up empty handed atlas five there's been no indication that there is an active shooter freshman student kanani kramer's did not by that explanation on i was like then i was i was right there heard you found the night and he people running a lockdown and search was over by eleven am police said no victims no injuries and no suspect classes are now cancelled for the day at highline while investigators trying to figure out what made the gunshot type noises and if there was ever any danger on campus into moines's corwin haeck komo news washington senator patty murray says it's time to stop offering thoughts and prayers and start doing something concrete to stop gun pilin like this week school shooting in florida at the very least we should take the ban off of our ability as a country to do research on as safety and health have merrick since regarding gun safety backed by the national rifle association congress effectively banned gun research by the centers for disease control more than two decades ago now after seventeen people were killed the net parkland florida school shooting even some republicans want to see that cdc research resumed but many republicans warn that.

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"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

"The komo twenty four seven news center were any shots fired this morning at highland collagen in des moines's or police say no but some kind of loud sound sent students into a panic and four state campus wide lockdown comas corwin haeck has more from the scene the nine one what reports began flying in just before nine am as many as six or seven shots fired they said multiple police agencies race to the scene the campus was lock down students inside classrooms sheltered in place police here at the command centre just south of capital say authorities engaged in a room to room search at the college after ninety minutes kyle ohasi with puget sound regional fire authority says they had come up empty handed atlas five there's been no indication that there is an active shooter freshman student kanani kramer's did not by that explanation on i was i was nightmare found than an identity people i need a lockdown n search was over by eleven am police said no victims no injuries and no suspect classes are now cancelled for the day at high line while investigators trying to figure out what made the gunshot type noises and if there was ever any danger on campus into moines's corwin haeck komo news herranz with kids in the north mason school district got a scary email message it happened yesterday afternoon it was a notice of a possible threat and hawkins middle school and a we have more stringent here's komo's carleen johnson north mason school district notify parents by email and through social media ad one forty nine yesterday afternoon the message said ten minutes ago school officials learned of a possible threat and hawkins middle school went on to say a suspect was in custody and everyone was safe at concern came after a fourteen year old boy allegedly made a comment to a staff member the boy was in a oneonone session and they were talking about the school shooting in florida and according to law enforcement the boy said he had thought of that in the past given what happened in florida and taking no chances that staff member reported it authorities were called and they did take the boy into custody the student though not arrested and has been referred for mental health counseling they don't think intended to actually carry anything out carleen johnson komo news it's called the.

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"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

"Of justice procedures after the bureau acknowledged today didn't follow up on a tip about the alleged south florida high school shooter scott goldberg abc news i'm rick van cise top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center and were any shots fired this morning of highland collagen des moines's but police announcing no but some kind of loud sound sent students into a panic and forced a campus wide locked out were continuing to follow that story and with the latest komos corwin hake the 911 reports began flying in just before nine am as many as six or seven shots fired they said multiple police agencies race to the scene the caplis was lock down students inside classrooms sheltered in place police here at the command center just south of caplis say authorities engaged in a room to room search at the college after ninety minutes kyle alhajji with puget sound regional fire authority says they had come up empty handed hatless time there's been no indication that there is an active shooter freshman student kanani kramer's did not by that explanation on i was like dan i was i was right there in i heard me sound than than identity people i need a lockdown and search was over by eleven am police said no victims no injuries and no suspect classes are now cancelled for the day at highline while investigators trying to figure out what made the gunshot type noises and if there was ever any danger on campus into moines's corwin haeck komo news erents with kids in the north mason school district got a scary email message yesterday afternoon a notice of a possible threat at a hawkins middle school here's komo's carleen johnson north mason school district notify parents by email and.

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"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

"This is 20 minutes of nonstop news komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven forty four at cloudy downtown on her way to a mostly cloudy and showery day with a cool and perhaps stormy weekend on tap and right now in downtown seattle would you have 44 of talk over the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center police they're highlight collegeage students attending that school disagree about whether someone fired shots this morning on campus couples corwin hake sorting it out for the police command said are just south of the college cohen reports of gunshot six or seven of them created a panic at highline college here in des moines earlier this morning according to students we have spoken with the report sparked a massive police response our campus lockdown ando police roomtoroom search that so power has turned up nothing kylo hashi is with the puget sound regional fire authority rounds are is this there has been no indication of it and many any suitors fao nor have there been any gunshot victims bound to people were treated because of anxiety or possibly related to a medical problem as a result of the incident quite possibly and what they were not uh sean oh that's great news but freshman student tanani kramer's tells me there is no question in her mind shots were fired that's when i started to my that's my new israel that those mocking sounds were sweets and it's just with what have been down in florida that just popped it's my head i was just in meetings are trained i'd nobody nobody got hurt well nobody wants heard and now police are trying to confirm whether shots were fired or not and if not what sparked panic now my colleague brian calvert has made his way to a corner of the campus bryant can well corwin the big question we're trying to find the answer to is has.

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"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

"Out with a pay rise himself in the pierce county woman with a history of drunk driving is now accused of doing it again after a crash in edgewood that injured two people police say tracy poisy was driving with a suspended license when she sideswiped an suv then hit two more cars voice he tried to run away according to police but was caught with a nearly empty wine bottle inside her bag when officers put her to the back of a patrol car she started yelling and kicked one of them in the leg prosecutor say voisey's criminal history includes a long list of convictions for dui assault and hit and run the prosecutor's offices waiting for blood work results to determine if she was under the influence and we're hearing the nine one one call from a ups driver who was attacked by dogs while making deliveries attorneys for kevin back lindh release that tape yesterday guinean medical lorraine b they got a number we no one has been charged but prosecutors say they are still considering the case the driver received one hundred thirty three stitches but is recovering local fire department sir sending held to california wine country as comas brian calvert reports the first strike teams are being deployed today kylo hashi with the puget sound regional fire authority is helping coordinate the grew after a plea from california they may pervert are they want that what eight overs all fifty local firefighters and support personnel and the trucks to carry all these people left early today for the seven hundred fifty mile oneway trip south dave mcdaniel with eastside fire and rescue says this will be a support role for his team that will either be back villains stations for the cruiser out more we're going to go out this team is tied one engine so regular structure ends so we may be going out attacking structures or or rubbing structures are going through the fires burning through california wine country have grown to three hundred square miles in size with no control or containment insight brian calvert komo news komo news time twelve forty one and now to the.

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"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"puget sound regional fire authority" Discussed on KOMO

"Four i'm michael mashburn on komo news komo weather art sanders good evening partly cloudy tonight overnight lows in the fifties tomorrow cloudy in the morning then becoming sunny look fries in the '70s on friday it'll be sunny and highs in the lower 80s saturday through wednesday next week partly sunny in the morning becoming sunny by afternoons and highs in the mid to upper 70s overnight lows in the mid50s that you'll latest weather from the komo forecast teeth komo news 1000 and fm 97 7 reporting the news making sense of the new do you remember the last time it rained here in western washington comost pete combs reports been awhile and the longer we go without weighing the more concerned firefighters yet this is the threat wildfires that can burn thousands of acres of land along with homes and businesses we're already seeing these fires popping up in california and in eastern washington were fire crews are battling big blazes and we're still early in the season the eastern washington his often lightning that can spark massive wildfires but here in western washington the threat is very different captain kylo hajric speaks for the puget sound regional fire authorities he says the threat here is mostly men may firework major caused of concern for or even though the july spout you'll have firework thick you'll purchased our work that that get reservation they may have what dover or alive those those are being discharged kid kwang with matches or lighter if they caught it caused a fire at their are lighting various things that starts to get out of ham they they quickly right away and though that allows fired or at the other thing that we fee our outdoor burdette so far we've gone without rain for twenty five days around here but colo meteorologist scott cystic says that's not terribly unusual sounds quite a bit three and a half weeks especially given are are between around here but it's not even half way to the record the record fifty one days without rang we won't even hit the top ten until we go thirty seven days with no precipitation still that department of natural resources has just issued.

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